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HB 7, 79th R.S.
Relating to the continuation and operation of the workers' compensation system of this state and to the abolition of the Texas Workers' Compensation Commission, the establishment of the office of injured employee counsel, and the transfer of the powers and duties of the Texas Workers' Compensation Commission to the division of workers' compensation of the Texas Department of Insurance and the office of injured employee counsel, and to the provision of workers' compensation benefits to injured employees and the regulation of workers' compensation insurers; providing administrative and criminal penalties.

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Business and Industry, 79th Leg.

02/15/2005
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03/21/2005

Calendars, 79th Leg.

03/23/2005
05/02/2005


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Nominations, 79th Leg.

02/14/2005

State Affairs, 79th Leg.

05/05/2005
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Business and Industry, 79th Leg.

05/09/2006

Insurance, 79th Leg.

05/09/2006

Business and Industry, 80th Leg.

02/06/2007


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State Affairs, 80th Leg.

04/28/2008

Related legislative committee charges

House Business and Industry, 80th Leg.
Monitor the Texas workers' compensation system, and the continued implementation of the reforms of HB 7, 79th R.S., by the Texas Department of Insurance and other state agencies. Specifically evaluate the recent decision by the Texas Supreme Court in Entergy v. Summers in terms of its impact on the system. (Joint Interim Charge with the House Committee on Insurance.)
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House Insurance, 80th Leg.
Monitor the Texas workers' compensation system and the continued implementation of the reforms of HB 7, 79th R.S., by the Texas Department of Insurance and other state agencies. Specifically, evaluate the recent decision by the Texas Supreme Court in Entergy v. Summers in terms of its impact on the system. (Joint Interim Charge with the House Committee on Business and Industry.)

Senate State Affairs, 80th Leg.
Monitor the Texas workers' compensation system, and the continued implementation of the reforms of HB 7, 79th R.S., by the Texas Department of Insurance and other state agencies. Specifically evaluate the recent decision by the Texas Supreme Court in Entergy v. Summers in terms of its impact and the impact of previous legislation on the workers' compensation system.
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House Business and Industry, 79th Leg.
Monitor the Texas workers' compensation system reforms and implementation of HB 7, 79th R.S., by the Texas Department of Insurance and other state agencies. (Joint interim charge with the House Committee on Insurance.)
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House Insurance, 79th Leg.
Monitor the Texas workers' compensation system reforms and implementation of HB 7, 79th R.S., by the Texas Department of Insurance and other state agencies. (Joint interim charge with the House Committee on Business and Industry)

Senate State Affairs, 79th Leg.
Monitor the implementation of HB 7, 79th R.S., relating to the workers compensation system of this state.
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Related legislative committee documents

Senate State Affairs, 80th Leg.
Testimony, Norman Darwin, Office of Injured Employee Counsel, Briefing Information Regarding the Office of Injured Employee Counsel, April 28, 2008

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