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HB479   Never Made It to a Senate Committee
Referred to House Corrections Committee, chaired by a Democrat
This bill would cost taxpayers $4,158,991,984.00 over five years, according to the Legislative Budget Bureau.
Caption: Relating to the period for transporting a criminal defendant who is found incompetent to stand trial to a facility for competency restoration services and to the compensation to the county for the costs of confinement occurring after that period.
Bipartisan Bill, authored by Hinojosa; Hayes; Kacal; Rose; Anderson
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(Tue 3/21/2023) Registering before House Corrections as Bohnert, Henry for self
 

For

(Tue 3/21/2023) Testifying before House Corrections as Hampton, Keith for self
(Tue 3/21/2023) Testifying before House Corrections as Hansch, Greg for National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI)
(Tue 3/21/2023) Testifying before House Corrections as Tetens, Josh for self (with McLennan County District Attorney's Office)
(Tue 3/21/2023) Registering before House Corrections as Barsalou, Denee for self
(Tue 3/21/2023) Registering before House Corrections as Cass, Scott for self (with Sheriff's Association of Texas)
(Tue 3/21/2023) Registering before House Corrections as Kay, Cicely for Travis County Commissioners Court
(Tue 3/21/2023) Registering before House Corrections as Margolis, Eve for self
(Tue 3/21/2023) Registering before House Corrections as Mills, Amber for self (with MOVE Texas Action)
(Tue 3/21/2023) Registering before House Corrections as Mills, Buddy for self (with Sheriff's Association of Texas)
(Tue 3/21/2023) Registering before House Corrections as Place, Allen for Texas Criminal Defense Lawyers Association (TCDLA)
 

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(Tue 3/21/2023) Registering before House Corrections as Schalchlin, Scott for Health and Human Services Commission (HHSC)



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