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SB 371, 82nd R.S.
Relating to the eligibility for service retirement annuities of certain elected officials convicted of certain crimes.

Last action: Placed on General State Calendar

Author: Kel Seliger
Coauthor: Robert Nichols | Carlos Uresti | John Carona | Wendy Davis
Sponsor: Eric Johnson
Joint Sponsor: Ralph Sheffield | Jessica Farrar | Myra Crownover | Eddie Lucio III
CoSponsor: Jose Aliseda | Marva Beck | Rodney Anderson | Dennis Bonnen | Stefani Carter | Wayne Christian | Sarah Davis | John Garza | Larry Gonzales | Cindy Burkett | Charlie Geren | Naomi Gonzalez | Lance Gooden | Linda Harper-Brown | Chuck Hopson | Dan Huberty | Jason Isaac | Susan King | Lois Kolkhorst | George Lavender | Ken Legler | J. M. Lozano | Sid Miller | Rob Orr | John Otto | Diane Patrick | Charles Perry | Walter "Four" Price | Ron Reynolds | Kenneth Sheets | Mark Shelton | David Simpson | Raul Torres | Vicki Truitt | James White


HB 246 (Identical)

Bill Analyses:
Committee Report (House Research Organization)
Introduced (Senate Research Center)

Retirement Systems--State Employees
State Officers

House Committee: Pensions, Investments & Financial Services (Vicki Truitt, Rafael Anchia, Charles "Doc" Anderson, Brandon Creighton, Ana Hernandez Luna, Ken Legler, Barbara Legler, Barbara Nash, Rob Orr, Marc Veasey)
Minutes: May 17 2011
Senate Committee: State Affairs (Robert Duncan, Bob Deuell, Rodney Ellis, Troy Fraser, Joan Huffman, Mike Jackson, Eddie Lucio, Jr., Leticia Van de Putte, Tommy Williams)
Minutes: March 28 2011

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