COMMITTEE:    Human Services 

TIME & DATE:  8:00 AM, Tuesday, April 16, 2019 

PLACE:        E2.030 
CHAIR:        Rep. James B. Frank 


HB 1564 and HB 3991 will be the first bills heard following pending business. Testimony will be limited to three (3) minutes.


HB 474         Howard | et al.         
Relating to a Department of Family and Protective Services plan to address the substitute care capacity needs in certain department regions.

HB 475         Howard | et al.         
Relating to information for foster children who are pregnant or minor parents.

HB 1564        Hinojosa                
Relating to the provision of certain support services to persons who are deaf-blind.

HB 1922        Thierry                 
Relating to emergency power sources in nursing facilities and assisted living facilities.

HB 2774        Lozano                  
Relating to the provision of behavioral health services for certain persons under the medical assistance program.

HB 2798        Klick | et al.          
Relating to the reimbursement of certain urban teaching hospitals  for the provision of inpatient hospital care under Medicaid.

HB 2838        Darby                   
Relating to the experience required for a licensed professional counselor to act as a supervisor.

HB 2866        Deshotel                
Relating to certain investigation and evaluation information regarding certain child-care facilities, homes, and programs.

HB 2966        Zerwas                  
Relating to facilities and services for the care of the elderly or persons with disabilities in certain municipal hospital authorities, hospital districts, or other authorities.

HB 3170        Leach                   
Relating to the establishment of an interim registry for certain persons who have been accused of employee misconduct who are employed by a facility that provides care to individuals with an intellectual disability.

HB 3381        Johnson, Jarvis         
Relating to the placement and use of video recording equipment in vehicles used by certain child-care facilities.

HB 3541        Rose                    
Relating to a study and pilot program regarding the use of incentives to purchase certain fruits or vegetables under the supplemental nutrition assistance program.

HB 3611        Davis, Yvonne           
Relating to the number of persons authorized to reside in certain homes and facilities for persons with disabilities.

HB 3614        Rose                    
Relating to caseworker visitation standards for certain child protective services caseworkers.

HB 3669        Guillen                 
Relating to services provided to and collection of data regarding individuals with acquired brain injury.

HB 3675        Murr                    
Relating to the provision of food service, laundry service, and lawn care to certain mental health facilities and state supported living centers.

HB 3707        Parker                  
Relating to value-based arrangements for prescription drugs in Medicaid.

HB 3830        Sherman, Sr.            
Relating to a study on the adequacy of resources provided to foster parents by the Department of Family and Protective Services.

HB 3991        Bohac                   
Relating to the deaf-blind with multiple disabilities waiver program.

HB 4090        Noble                   
Relating to the licensing of certain school-age programs that provide child-care services.

HB 4191        Klick | et al.          
Relating to the reimbursement of wound care education and training services providers under Medicaid.

HB 4224        Reynolds                
Relating to a study to evaluate state and local regulation of group homes.

HB 4372        Murphy                  
Relating to certain complaints filed against youth camps.

HB 4462        Meza                    
Relating to the establishment of a task force to study issues affecting persons with disabilities.



Bills deleted after last posting:

HB 3670


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