LEGISLATIVE BUDGET BOARD
Austin, Texas
 
ACTUARIAL IMPACT STATEMENT
 
83RD LEGISLATIVE REGULAR SESSION
 
March 16, 2013

TO:
Honorable Bill Callegari, Chair, House Committee On Pensions
 
FROM:
Ursula Parks, Director, Legislative Budget Board
 
IN RE:
HB2127 by Howard (Relating to the eligibility of certain employees of public institutions of higher education to participate in a state group benefits program.), As Introduced

HB 2127 would amend the Insurance Code by changing certain adjunct faculty memberís eligibility requirements to participate as an employee in the group benefits program run by the Employees Retirement System.

 

The bill, if enacted, will not have an actuarial effect on any public retirement system because it does not propose to change their benefit structure, funding or obligations.



Source Agencies:
338 Pension Review Board
LBB Staff:
UP, WM