NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING

COMMITTEE: Human Services

TIME & DATE:  2:00PM, Monday, March 19, 2001

PLACE: E2.030

CHAIR: Rep. Elliott Naishtat


HB 165            Keffer
Relating to eligibility for Temporary Assistance for Needy Families

HB 854            Dutton
Relating to the creation of an interagency work group to evaluate
and address hunger and homelessness in this state.

HB 902            Noriega / et al.
Relating to providing supplemental financial assistance to certain

HB 1008            Naishtat
Relating to applying penalties to recipients of financial and
nutritional assistance  for certain drug- and alcohol-related

HB 1009            Naishtat
Relating to sanctions imposed on recipients of temporary assistance
for needy families for failure to provide certain information.

HB 1175            Raymond / et al.
Relating to minimum training regarding family violence for certain
state employees and other persons administering the financial
assistance program and to identification of and services for
certain victims of family violence.

HB 1187            Olivo
Relating to the Parents as Scholars pilot program for certain
persons eligible to receive financial assistance.

HB 2103            Dutton
Relating to presumptive eligibility for financial assistance
benefits for a person who assumes care of a related dependent

HB 2251            Naishtat
Relating to resource requirements under the temporary assistance
for needy families program and the food stamp program.

HB 2280            Naishtat
Relating to the establishment of a pilot program to identify,
assess, and address the personal needs of certain recipients of
financial assistance.

HB 2326            Kitchen
Relating to creating a pilot case management program to provide
health-related education, medical, housing, and job training
services to homeless people with chronic illnesses.

HB 2395            Chavez
Relating to the provision of financial assistance to certain legal

HB 2631            Wohlgemuth
Relating to the operation of the financial assistance program.

HB 2660            Christian
Relating to a requirement that recipients of public assistance
enroll dependent children in a public health care program.