NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING

COMMITTEE: Business & Commerce

TIME & DATE:  8:00AM, Thursday, May 3, 2001

PLACE: Betty King Committee Room

CHAIR: Senator David Sibley


To be considered:

HB 409            Shields                  SP: Madla
Relating to the requirement that the name, address, and phone
number of a bondsman appear on the face of performance and payment

HB 430            Pitts                    SP: Armbrister
Relating to the examination required to become a certified public

HB 471            Averitt                  SP: Harris
Relating to insurance agent commissions paid by small employer

HB 533            Thompson                 SP: Sibley
Relating to the wages paid to certain employees.

HB 606            Smithee                  SP: Nelson
Relating to prohibiting certain health benefit plans from requiring
the use of hospitalists by participating physicians.

HB 688            Woolley                  SP: Whitmire
Relating to the sale, possession, or consumption of alcoholic
beverages near a private or parochial school.

HB 845            Nixon, Joe               SP: Shapiro
Relating to suspension of certain limitations periods applicable to
insurance policies issued to or covering Holocaust victims;
providing an administrative penalty.

HB 1216            Pitts                    SP: Barrientos
Relating to the regulation of talent agencies.

HB 1493            Wise                     SP: Staples
Relating to the regulation of mortgage brokers.

HB 1636            McCall                   SP: Sibley
Relating to continuation and functions of the Savings and Loan
Department and the regulation of certain financial institutions and

HB 1684            Solomons                 SP: Carona
Relating to certain charges that may be included in a retail
installment agreement.

HB 1703            Smithee                  SP: Jackson
Relating to regulation of nonadmitted captive insurance companies.

HB 1927            Geren                    SP: Harris
Relating to the installation of asbestos in public buildings;
providing penalties.

HB 1994            Marchant                 SP: Carona
Relating to certain charges included in a retail installment

HB 3357            Kuempel                  SP: Armbrister
Relating to the power of a river authority engaged in the
distribution and sale of electric energy to provide credit support
for an affiliated nonprofit corporation.

SB 1673            Jackson
Relating to review of the termination of agreements with certain
insurance agents; providing an administrative penalty.

SB 1826            Lucio
Relating to certain cross-border health care plans offered by health
maintenance organizations.

HB 1862            Eiland / et al.          SP: Van de Putte
Relating to the regulation and prompt payment of health care
providers under certain health benefit plans.


SB 623            Duncan
Relating to damages for liability actions in residential

SB 836            Shapleigh
Relating to the allocation of certain child care funds to local
workforce development areas.

SB 1151            Van de Putte
Relating to the duties of employers and insurance carriers in a
workers' compensation proceeding.

SB 1555            Duncan
Relating to certain civil actions for injury to a child, elderly
individual, or disabled individual and certain related liability
insurance coverage.



HB 1862


HB 1193
HB 1733