State Affairs
8:30 AM, Thursday, April 02, 2009
Senate Chamber
Senator Robert Duncan
The Senate Committee on State Affairs will meet at 8:30 a.m. or upon
conclusion of the local and uncontested calendar, to consider the
following business:
SB 74
Relating to limitation of liability for certain emergency care provided during a declared disaster.
SB 281
Relating to the confidentiality of the home address information of the spouses of certain federal judges and certain state judges.
SB 378
Van de Putte
Relating to the designated doctor's examination under the workers' compensation system.
SB 390
Patrick, Dan
Relating to confidentiality of certain information under the public information law and in local tax appraisal records regarding federal law enforcement officers.
SB 551
Relating to civil liability for criminal street gang activity.
SB 704
Relating to disclosure of the prices charged to state agencies in connection with pharmacy benefit manager services.
SB 1071
Relating to the required disclosure under the public information law of information pertaining to an employee or trustee of a public employee pension system.
SB 1152
Relating to the making or acceptance of political contributions in a courthouse; providing penalties.
SB 1211
Relating to the liability of a volunteer audiologist, assistant in audiology, speech-language pathologist, or assistant in speech-language pathology.
SB 1291
Van de Putte
Relating to access to certain licensed mental health practitioners.
SB 1500
Relating to the employment of physicians by certain hospitals.
SB 1629
Relating to the persons exempted from the required prepayment of the personnel costs incurred by a governmental body in responding to requests from a requestor under the public information law that require large amounts of personnel time.

SB 1692
Relating to the confidentiality of certain personal information concerning current and former employees of certain divisions of the office of the attorney general.
SB 1810
Relating to allowing the governor, and the lieutenant governor or another person when acting as governor, to retain executive authority while traveling within the contiguous 48 states of the continental United States.
SB 1814
Van de Putte
Relating to return-to-work coordination services and a return-to-work reimbursement program for employers participating in the  workers' compensation system.
SB 1815
Van de Putte
Relating to immunity from liability for doctors performing certain services at the request of the division of workers' compensation of the Texas Department of Insurance.
SB 1912
Relating to the disclosure of personally identifiable information under the public information law.
SB 1970
Relating to certain election practices and procedures; providing penalties.
SJR 36
Proposing a constitutional amendment to provide that the governor, and the lieutenant governor when acting as governor, retain executive authority unless the person becomes unavailable as provided by law.
SJR 42
Proposing a constitutional amendment to prohibit the taking of property for certain economic development purposes.
Public testimony will be limited to 3 minutes per person.
If providing written testimony please submit 20 copies, along with your
witness affirmation card, to committee staff.