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HB 392, 71st R.S.
Relating to income eligibility for nursing home care; making an emergency appropriation to the Texas Department of Human Services.

Last action: Referred to Health & Human Services

Author: Betty Denton
Coauthor: David Hudson | Harold V. Dutton, Jr. | Parker McCollough | Curtis Soileau | Robert Junell | Libby Linebarger | Anita Hill | Lloyd Criss | Gerald Yost | David Counts | Sam Russell | Renato Cuellar | Nancy McDonald | L.B. Kubiak | Al Granoff | Debra Danburg | Ron Lewis | M.A. Taylor | Phyllis Robinson | David Patronella | Charles Finnell | Carolyn Park | Karyne Conley | Albert Luna III | Bob Melton | Jerry Johnson | Hugh Shine | Mark Stiles

Bill Analyses:
Committee Report (House Research Organization)

Human Services--Medical Assistance
Nursing Homes

House Committee: Human Services (Erwin Barton, Fred Blair, Charles Hartland, Jerald Larry, Libby Linebarger, Bob Melton, Ken VanderVoort, Jack Vowell, Richard Waterfield)
Minutes: February 14 1989 | March 7 1989 | March 8 1989
Senate Committee: Health & Human Services (Chet Brooks, Chet Edwards, Eddie Johnson, Hugh Parmer, Frank Tejeda, Carlos Truan, Hector Uribe, John Whitmire, Judith Zaffirini)

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