NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING

COMMITTEE: State Affairs

TIME & DATE:  2:00PM or upon final adjourn./recess
             Monday, March 19, 2001

PLACE: E2.010

CHAIR: Rep. Steven Wolens

The committee will meet to consider the following bills and resolutions:

HB 181            Turner, Bob / et al.
Relating to the organizing of the house of representatives if the
terms of house members are increased to four years.

HB 249            Pitts
Relating to reports on the extent to which the computer technology
and electronically stored information of a state agency or a state
contractor are vulnerable to unauthorized access or harm.

HB 371            Glaze
Relating to the application of the open meetings law and the open
records law to certain entities eligible to receive funds under the
federal community services block grant program.

HB 670            Wilson
Relating to a prohibition against naming a tax-supported public
facility after a business entity.

HB 720            Dutton
Relating to the creation of a commission to study capital
punishment in Texas and to a moratorium on executions.

HB 870            Dutton
Relating to a legislative continuance of a contested case before a
state agency.

HB 876            West, George "Buddy"
Relating to a notice given to a legislator before a state agency
releases information to the news media.

HB 1624            Isett
Relating to the creation of a division to study transferring to
private contractors certain state agency personal computing
equipment and the responsibility for computer services.

HB 1625            Isett
Relating to state agency information resources technology projects.

HB 1916            Capelo
Relating to the confidentiality of information held by governmental
bodies that identifies certain personal information about peace

HB 2016            Kitchen
Relating to electronic filing of reports with state agencies.

HB 2595            Chavez
Relating to a one-stop online service for new businesses.

HJR 18            Turner, Bob / et al.
Proposing a constitutional amendment providing for four-year terms
of office for members of the house of representatives.

HJR 20            Keffer
Proposing a constitutional amendment relating to the composition of
the Texas House of Representatives.

SB 481            Duncan
Relating to electronic filing of reports with state agencies.