Tdlr commission agenda january 27, 2017

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Between 7:30 a.m. New ideas and innovations and the beginning of the meeting, the public will be able to view informational videos on contested cases, motions for rehearing, and public comment processes.

• Consultation with the Commission’s attorney pursuant to section 551.071(1), Government Code wherein the Commission will receive a briefing from \legal Counsel concerning pending or contemplated litigation, and/or settlement offers, including but not limited to: (a) Ashish Patel et al. New innovations in information technology 2012 v. New innovations in technology 2014 Texas Department of Licensing and Regulation et al., Cause No. Uva new innovations D-1-GN-09-004118, in the 345th Judicial District Court of Travis County, Texas, and (b)Texas Commission of Licensing and Regulation and Texas Department of Licensing and Regulation vs. New innovations website Merlin Transport, Inc. New innovations in science d/b/a Merlin Transport Corporation d/b/a Excalibur Towing Company; Cause No. New innovations in technology D-1-GN-16-005371, in the District Court of Travis County, Texas, 98thJudicial District.

• Under section 551.074, Government Code, discussion of personnel matters, including but not limited to: the appointment, employment, compensation, evaluation, reassignment, duties, discipline and dismissal of the Executive Director.

• Motions for Rehearing – The Commission may consider and take any action related to the following cases, including but not limited to, rehearing matters previously decided, modifying a prior order, or entering a new order:

• Discussion and possible action on the proposed amendments to existing rules at 16 Texas Administrative Code (TAC), Chapter 55, Subchapter A, §55.1 and §55.10; and proposed new rules Subchapter F, §55.100 and §55.101, regarding the Rules for Administrative Services, to implement Senate Bill 20 and bring the Department into compliance with Texas Government Code, Chapter 2261.

• Discussion and possible action on the proposed repeal of existing rules at 16 Texas Administrative Code, Chapter 70, §70.100 and §70.101; and proposed new rules §70.100 and §70.101, regarding the Industrialized Housing and Buildings program, to adopt code updates.

• Discussion and possible action on the proposed repeal of the transferred rules at 16 Texas Administrative Code (TAC), Chapter 140, §§140.1 – 140.31, regarding the Orthotists and Prosthetists program to remove duplicate and obsolete rules as a result of Senate Bill 202, which transferred the Orthotists and Prosthetists program from the Texas Department of State Health Services to the Commission and the Department.

• Discussion and possible action on the proposed repeal of the transferred rules at 16 Texas Administrative Code (TAC), Chapter 141, Subchapter A, §§141.1 – 141.22, regarding the Dietitians program to remove duplicate and obsolete rules as a result of Senate Bill 202, which transferred the Dietitians program from the Texas Department of State Health Services to the Commission and the Department.

• Discussion and possible action on the proposed repeal of the transferred rules at 16 Texas Administrative Code (TAC), Chapter 142, Subchapter A, §§142.1 – 142.20, regarding the Athletic Trainers program to remove duplicate and obsolete rules as a result of Senate Bill 202, which transferred the Athletic Trainers program from the Texas Department of State Health Services to the Commission and the Department.

• Discussion and possible action on the proposed repeal of the transferred rules at 16 Texas Administrative Code (TAC), Chapter 143, Subchapter A, §§143.1 – 143.4 and 143.7; Subchapter B, §§143.11 – 143.17 and §§143.20 – 143.25; Subchapter C, §§143.31 – 143.37, and §143.40; Subchapter D, §§143.51, 143.52, 143.57, 143.58, 143.60, 143.65, 143.70, 143.75, 143.101, 143.111, 143.121, 143.131 and 143.141; and Subchapter E, §§143.161 – 143.174, regarding the Midwives program to remove duplicate and obsolete rules as a result of Senate Bill 202, which transferred the Midwives program from the Texas Department of State Health Services to the Commission and the Department.

• Discussion and possible action on the proposed repeal of the transferred rules at 16 Texas Administrative Code (TAC), Chapter 144, §§144.1 – 144.31, regarding the Hearing Instrument Fitters and Dispensers program to remove duplicate and obsolete rules as a result of Senate Bill 202, which transferred the Hearing Instrument Fitters and Dispensers program from the Texas Department of State Health Services to the Commission and the Department.

• Discussion and possible action on the proposed repeal of the transferred rules at 16 Texas Administrative Code (TAC), Chapter 145, Subchapter A, §145.1; Subchapter B, §§145.11 – 145.15; Subchapter C, §§145.31 – 145.33; Subchapter D, §§145.41 – 145.45; Subchapter E, §§145.61 – 145.66; Subchapter F, §§145.81 – 145.86; Subchapter G, §145.91; Subchapter H, §§145.101 – 145.104; Subchapter I, §145.111 and §145.112; Subchapter J, §145.121 and §145.122; Subchapter K, §145.141 and §145.142; Subchapter L, §§145.161 – 145.165; Subchapter M, §145.181 and §145.182; Subchapter N, §§145.191 – 145.204; Subchapter O, §§145.211 – 145.216; Subchapter P, §§145.231 – 145.233, regarding the Speech-Language Pathologists and Audiologists program to remove duplicate and obsolete rules as a result of Senate Bill 202, which transferred the Speech-Language Pathologists and Audiologists program from the Texas Department of State Health Services to the Commission and the Department.

• Discussion and possible action on the proposed repeal of the transferred rules at 16 Texas Administrative Code (TAC), Chapter 146, Subchapter K, §§146.575 – 146.596, regarding the Licensed Dyslexia Therapists and Licensed Dyslexia Practitioners program to remove duplicate and obsolete rules as a result of Senate Bill 202, which transferred the Licensed Dyslexia Therapists and Licensed Dyslexia Practitioners program from the Texas Department of State Health Services to the Commission and the Department.

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