HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES
                          NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING

COMMITTEE: Public Health

TIME & DATE:  2:00PM or upon final adjourn./recess
             Wednesday, March 16, 2005

PLACE: E2.036

CHAIR: Rep. Dianne White Delisi


HB 1015            Truitt
Relating to the continuation and functions of the Texas State Board
of Examiners of Psychologists.

HB 120            Dawson / et al.
Relating to the creation of a donor education, awareness, and
registry program and the establishment of an organ donor and tissue

HB 660            Chavez
Relating to training in gerontology for certain health care

HB 836            Gattis / et al.
Relating to certain requirements concerning the filling of a

HB 894            Hodge / et al.
Relating to permitting samples of produce at certain municipally
owned farmers' markets.

HB 378            Talton
Relating to an exemption from the fee for a birth or death record
requested by a law enforcement agency, a child fatality review
team, or the child fatality review team committee.

HB 929            Dutton
Relating to certain filing requirements for a death certificate.

HB 1126            Uresti
Relating to exemptions from the law governing emergency medical
services for certain transfer vehicles and staff and to the minimum
qualifications for obtaining an emergency medical services provider

HB 1396            Zedler
Relating to a pilot program for language interpreter services under
the medical assistance program.

HB 1432            Laubenberg / et al.
Relating to the regulation of dental assistants who make dental

HB 1457            Delisi
Relating to drug compounding by a pharmacy for a practitioner's
office use and to distribution of compounded and repackaged drugs
to pharmacies under common ownership.

HB 1544            Dawson
Relating to removal of corneal tissue from a decedent.

HCR 37            Delisi
Memorializing Congress to increase the presence of federal health
and human services agencies, improve coordination of health and
human services programs, and increase related funding in Texas.



HB 378