NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING

COMMITTEE: State Affairs

TIME & DATE:  9:00AM, Monday, May 2, 2005

PLACE: Senate Chamber

CHAIR: Senator Robert Duncan


SB 469            Averitt
Relating to time and cost limitations in certain contracts offered
by a health maintenance organization.

SB 1128            Hinojosa
Relating to liability of the state for a violation of the federal
Americans with Disabilities Act.

SB 1312            Gallegos
Relating to the creation of a state occupational health and safety
plan; establishing a maintenance tax.

SB 1404            Wentworth / et al.
Relating to the reapportionment of congressional districts and the
creation, function, and duties of the Texas Congressional
Redistricting Commission.

SB 1511            Averitt
Relating to liability for damages caused by a leak from or a
malfunction or the improper operation of a liquefied petroleum gas
system or related equipment.

SB 1691            Duncan
Relating to certain retired school employees and the powers and
duties of the Teacher Retirement System of Texas.

HB 633            Kuempel / et al.         SP: Armbrister
Relating to participation and credit in, contributions to, and
benefits and administration of the Texas County and District
Retirement System.

HB 735            Nixon                    SP: Duncan
Relating to updating citations to Chapter 74, Civil Practice and
Remedies Code, in the Business & Commerce Code.

HB 854            Madden                   SP: Estes
Relating to an action for damages alleging professional negligence
by a registered professional land surveyor.

HB 964            Gattis                   SP: Ogden
Relating to the filing fee for candidates for justice of certain
courts of appeals.

HB 2191            Wong                     SP: Williams
Relating to the treatment of social security numbers under the
public information law.

Pending Business:

SB 70            Shapleigh
Relating to the provision of a preference in governmental
purchasing decisions for vendors that provide health benefits to



SB 70