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House Committee on Fiscal Stability, Select - 81st R.S. (2009)

Committee Members
John Otto, Chair
Sylvester Turner, Vice Chair
Angie Chen Button
Gary Elkins
Kirk England
Jim Keffer
Phil King
Eddie Lucio, III
Marisa Márquez
René O. Oliveira
Tan Parker
Ken Paxton
Jim Pitts
Marc Veasey
Mike Villarreal
Charges
• Assess the state's ability to meet its current and future budget obligations and determine whether the past and anticipated budget shortfalls are due primarily to the current economic recession or a more systemic problem.

Note:
Established under Rule 1, Section 16 (Proclamation, Speaker Joe Straus, 1/12/2010).

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