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The House Committee on Human Services

82nd Legislature

March 22, 2011

2:00 p.m. or upon final adjourn./recess

E2.030

 

Pursuant to a notice posted on March 17, 2011, the House Committee on Human Services met in a public hearing and was called to order by the chair, Representative Raymond, at 2:04 p.m.

 

The initial quorum call was answered as follows: Representatives Raymond; Gonzalez, Naomi; Hopson; Hughes; and Taylor, Van.

 

A quorum was present.

 

 


 

HB 710

 

The chair laid out HB 710 as pending business.

 

Representative Hopson offered a complete committee substitute.

 

The committee substitute was adopted without objection.

 

Representative Hughes moved that HB 710, as substituted, be reported favorably to the full house with the recommendation that it do pass and be printed.  The motion prevailed by the following record vote:

 

(Representative Hunter now present.)

 

(Representative Laubenberg now present.)

 

Ayes:                           Representatives Raymond; Gonzalez, Naomi; Hopson; Hughes; Hunter; Laubenberg; Taylor, Van (7).

 

Nays:                           None (0).

 

Present, Not Voting:   None (0).

 

Absent:                        Representatives Morrison; Naishtat (2).

 

HB 943

 

The chair laid out HB 943 as pending business.

 

Representative Gonzalez, Naomi moved that HB 943, without amendments, be reported favorably to the full house with the recommendation that it do pass and be printed and be sent to the Committee on Local and Consent Calendars.  The motion prevailed by the following record vote:

 

Ayes:                           Representatives Raymond; Gonzalez, Naomi; Hopson; Hughes; Hunter; Laubenberg; Taylor, Van (7).

 

Nays:                           None (0).

 

Present, Not Voting:   None (0).

 

Absent:                        Representatives Morrison; Naishtat (2).

 

(Representative Morrison now present.)

 

 

HB 2258

 

The chair laid out HB 2258.

 

The chair recognized Representative Deshotel to explain HB 2258.

 

(Representative Naishtat now present.)

 

The chair recognized Representative Deshotel to close on HB 2258.

 

Representative Hunter moved that HB 2258, without amendments, be reported favorably to the full house with the recommendation that it do pass and be printed and be sent to the Committee on Local and Consent Calendars.  The motion prevailed by the following record vote:

 

Ayes:                           Representatives Raymond; Morrison; Gonzalez, Naomi; Hopson; Hughes; Hunter; Naishtat; Taylor, Van (8).

 

Nays:                           None (0).

 

Present, Not Voting:   None (0).

 

Absent:                        Representative Laubenberg (1).

 

HB 2229

 

The chair laid out HB 2229.

 

The chair recognized Representative Coleman to explain HB 2229.

 

The chair offered a complete committee substitute.

 

The chair recognized Representative Coleman to explain HB 2229.

 

Testimony taken/registration recorded.  (See attached witness list.)

 

The chair recognized Representative Coleman to close on HB 2229.

 

The committee substitute was withdrawn without objection.

 

HB 2229 was left pending without objection.

 

HB 2299

 

The chair laid out HB 2299.

 

The chair recognized Representative Coleman to explain HB 2299.

 

Testimony taken/registration recorded.  (See attached witness list.)

 

The chair recognized Representative Coleman to close on HB 2299.

 

HB 2299 was left pending without objection.

 

HB 419

 

The chair laid out HB 419.

 

The chair recognized Representative Villarreal to explain HB 419.

 

Testimony taken/registration recorded.  (See attached witness list.)

 

(Representative Morrison in chair.)

 

Testimony taken/registration recorded.  (See attached witness list.)

 

The chair recognized Representative Villarreal to close on HB 419.

 

HB 419 was left pending without objection.

 

HB 1854

 

The chair laid out HB 1854.

 

Representative Laubenberg offered a complete committee substitute.

 

The chair recognized Representative Rodriguez, Eddie to explain HB 1854.

 

Testimony taken/registration recorded.  (See attached witness list.)

 

The committee substitute was withdrawn without objection.

 

HB 1854 was left pending without objection.

 

 

HB 2109

 

The chair laid out HB 2109.

 

Representative Hughes offered a complete committee substitute.

 

The chair recognized Representative Naishtat to explain HB 2109.

 

(Representative Raymond in chair.)

 

Testimony taken/registration recorded.  (See attached witness list.)

 

The chair recognized Representative Naishtat to close on HB 2109.

 

The committee substitute was withdrawn without objection.

 

HB 2109 was left pending without objection.

 

HB 841

 

The chair laid out HB 841.

 

The chair recognized Representative Gonzalez, Naomi to explain HB 841.

 

Testimony taken/registration recorded.  (See attached witness list.)

 

The chair recognized Representative Gonzalez, Naomi to close on HB 841.

 

Representative Morrison moved that HB 841, without amendments, be reported favorably to the full house with the recommendation that it do pass and be printed and be sent to the Committee on Local and Consent Calendars.  The motion prevailed by the following record vote:

 

Ayes:                           Representatives Raymond; Morrison; Gonzalez, Naomi; Hughes; Naishtat; Taylor, Van (6).

 

Nays:                           None (0).

 

Present, Not Voting:   None (0).

 

Absent:                        Representatives Hopson; Hunter; Laubenberg (3).

 

HB 2609

 

The chair laid out HB 2609.

 

The chair recognized Representative Guillen to explain HB 2609.

 

Testimony taken/registration recorded.  (See attached witness list.)

 

The chair recognized Representative Guillen to close on HB 2609.

 

Representative Naishtat moved that HB 2609, without amendments, be reported favorably to the full house with the recommendation that it do pass and be printed and be sent to the Committee on Local and Consent Calendars.  The motion prevailed by the following record vote:

 

Ayes:                           Representatives Raymond; Morrison; Gonzalez, Naomi; Hughes; Naishtat (5).

 

Nays:                           None (0).

 

Present, Not Voting:   None (0).

 

Absent:                        Representatives Hopson; Hunter; Laubenberg; Taylor, Van (4).

 

HB 2610

 

The chair laid out HB 2610.

 

The chair recognized Representative Guillen to explain HB 2610.

 

Testimony taken/registration recorded.  (See attached witness list.)

 

The chair recognized Representative Guillen to close on HB 2610.

 

HB 2610 was left pending without objection.

 

At 5:34 p.m., on the motion of Representative  and without objection, the meeting was adjourned subject to the call of the chair.

 

 

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Rep. Raymond, Chair

 

 

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Jim Terrell, Clerk