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HB915   Filed Without the Governor's Signature
Referred to House International Relations & Economic Development Committee, chaired by a Republican
Referred to Senate Natural Resources & Economic Development Committee, chaired by a Republican
Caption: Relating to a requirement that employers post notice of certain information regarding reporting instances of workplace violence or suspicious activity.
Bipartisan Bill, authored by Craddick; Rose; Jones, Jolanda
Co-authors:
Sponsors: Parker
Co-sponsors: Zaffirini

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(Tue 3/21/2023) Testifying before House International Relations & Economic Development as Nodolf, Laura for self (with MIDLAND COUNTY DISTRICT ATTORNEY'S OFFICE)
(Tue 3/21/2023) Testifying before House International Relations & Economic Development as Sanchez, Jennifer for self
(Tue 3/21/2023) Registering before House International Relations & Economic Development as Lluveras, Lauren for Texas Council on Family Violence
(Tue 3/21/2023) Registering before House International Relations & Economic Development as Parkinson, Thomas for self
 

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(Tue 3/21/2023) Testifying before House International Relations & Economic Development as Jennings, Doug for Texas Department of Licensing and Regulation
(Tue 3/21/2023) Testifying before House International Relations & Economic Development as Ross, Chuck for Texas Workforce Commission
 

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(Wed 5/17/2023) Testifying before Senate Natural Resources & Economic Development as Sanchez, Jennifer for self
 

On

(Wed 5/17/2023) Registering before Senate Natural Resources & Economic Development as Ross, Chuck for Texas Workforce Commission



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