NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING

COMMITTEE: Business & Industry

TIME & DATE:  2:00PM, Tuesday, March 27, 2001

PLACE: E2.016

CHAIR: Rep. Kim Brimer


The committee will consider the following:

HB 549            Nixon, Joe
Relating to a landlord's duty to mitigate damages under certain

HB 557            Dukes / et al.
Relating to regulating leasing in certain manufactured home
communities; providing penalties.

HB 1382            Dunnam
Relating to certain insurance carrier information required in
workers' compensation proceedings.

HB 2126            Tillery
Relating to the computation of the average weekly wage of a school
district employee.

HB 2182            Brimer
Relating to certain sale-leaseback transactions subject to
regulation; providing penalties.

HB 2527            Junell
Relating to certificates of insurance used to evidence the
existence of workers' compensation insurance coverage.

HB 2530            Junell
Relating to certain prohibitions applicable to a person offering a
sweepstakes; providing a civil penalty.

HB 2644            Brimer
Relating to payment procedures for charges assessed for certain
workers' compensation medical benefits.

HB 3120            Ritter
Relating to status as an employer under a workers' compensation
insurance policy or certificate of authority to self-insure.

HB 3122            Ritter
Relating to prompt payment requirements for work performed by
contractors and subcontractors on certain real property.

HB 3151            Nixon, Joe
Relating to the right of an insurance carrier to contest the
compensability of an injury in a workers' compensation case.

HB 3212            George
Relating to workers' compensation dispute resolution.

HB 3213            George
Relating to use of the term "workers' compensation commission" and
symbols identified with that commission by an entity other than the
Texas Workers' Compensation Commission; providing penalties.

HB 3214            George
Relating to agreements between certain contractors with regard to
workers' compensation insurance coverage; providing penalties.

HB 3458            Brimer
Relating to the conversion and operation of the Texas Workers'
Compensation Insurance Fund to a domestic mutual insurance company
and the operation of the company after the conversion.

HB 3615            Brimer
Relating to the clarifying prohibition against impermissible
consideration of race, color, sex, national origin, religion, age,
or disability in employment practices.

HB 3616            Brimer
Relating to the regulation of facsimile transmissions.