Monitor the implementation and effect of SB 14, 78th R.S., and SB 127, 78th R.S., and the stability, affordability and availability of homeowner insurance in Texas.
Senate Business and Commerce,
Study the implementation of SB 14, 78th R.S., SB 127, 78th R.S., and HB 329, 78th R.S., the property and casualty insurance reform and mold remediation measures passed by the 78th Legislature, to determine whether the legislation meets the Legislature's goals of reducing homeowners' insurance costs and stabilizing the market. If not, make recommendations for reducing homeowners' insurance costs. Examine implementation of new policies relating to the use of credit scoring and its impact on consumers and the market. Coordinate activities with the Joint Property and Casualty Insurance Legislative Oversight Committee.
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