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HB173   Passed the House But Died in Senate After Public Hearing
Referred to House Public Health Committee, chaired by a Republican
Referred to Senate Business & Commerce Committee, chaired by a Republican
Caption: Relating to the licensing and regulation of genetic counselors; requiring an occupational license; authorizing a fee.
Republican Bill, authored by Klick
Co-authors: Lambert; Morales Shaw
Sponsors: Johnson
Co-sponsors:

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(Mon 3/6/2023) Testifying before House Public Health as McGruder, Carla for self (with TSGC)
(Mon 3/6/2023) Registering before House Public Health as Britton, Chris for EveryLife Foundation for Rare Diseases
(Mon 3/6/2023) Registering before House Public Health as Del bosque, Nora for March of Dimes
(Mon 3/6/2023) Registering before House Public Health as Keffer, Jim for Texas Academy of Physician Assistants
(Mon 3/6/2023) Registering before House Public Health as Richmond, Travis for CHRISTUS Health
(Mon 3/6/2023) Registering before House Public Health as Svenson, Ashley for self
 

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(Mon 3/6/2023) Testifying before House Public Health as Hale, Kevin for self (with Libertarian Party of Texas)
(Mon 3/6/2023) Registering before House Public Health as Brice, Katie for Texas Department of Licensing and Regulation
 

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(Fri 5/19/2023) Testifying before Senate Business & Commerce as Odom, John for self (with Christus Health)
(Fri 5/19/2023) Testifying before Senate Business & Commerce as Svenson, Ashley for self (with Texas Society of Genetic Counselors)
(Fri 5/19/2023) Registering before Senate Business & Commerce as Britton, Chris for EveryLife Foundation for Rare Diseases
 

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(Fri 5/19/2023) Registering before Senate Business & Commerce as Copas, Jeffrey for Texas Department of Licensing and Regulation



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