COMMITTEE:    State Affairs 

TIME & DATE:  9:00 AM, Monday, March 21, 2011 

PLACE:        Senate Chamber 
CHAIR:        Senator Robert Duncan 



The committee will meet to take up the following:


SB 216        Ellis                  
Relating to procedures related to the placement of a voter on the suspense list.

SB 258        Hegar                  
Relating to the pledge of allegiance to the state flag during a state flag retirement ceremony.

SB 372        Seliger                
Relating to certain reports, communications, and publications involving the attorney general.

SB 423        Lucio | et al.         
Relating to health insurance coverage for eligible survivors of certain public servants killed in the line of duty.

SB 450        Duncan                 
Relating to the time for bringing an action on a consumer debt.

SB 521        Carona | et al.        
Relating to the operation of certain managed care plans with respect to health care providers.

SB 626        Carona                 
Relating to lottery winnings, including assignment of winnings, periodic payments of winnings, and the deduction of child support delinquency amounts from winnings.

SB 642        Seliger                
Relating to optional annuity increases for certain retirees and beneficiaries of the Texas Municipal Retirement System.

SB 729        Seliger                
Relating to a joint election for trustees of an independent school district.

SB 800        Duncan                 
Relating to a workers' compensation data collection agent designated by the commissioner of workers' compensation.

SB 904        Patrick | et al.       
Relating to the eligibility of certain overseas voters to receive a full ballot.

SB 997        Shapiro                
Relating to the public inspection of an application for a ballot to be voted early by mail.

*Public testimony will be limited to three minutes per person.

*If providing written testimony, please submit 30 along with witness     affirmation card.


At the chairman's discretion the committee may take up any pending legislation.