Tape 0972 Side 1, 71st Texas Legislature, Regular Session , Committee on Health and Human Services, 1989-01-17
Case notes: S/C on Health Services SS DUPE Tape 1 of 1, 1/17/89 Side 1 Organizational Meeting Discussion on Uranium Mill Tailings Discussion on Care Facilities for Mentally Retarded Side 2 Cont of Discussions
Tape notes: Subcmte. On Health Services Dupe S.S. Tape 1 1-17-89
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71st Legislature, Regular Session
Committee on Health and Human Services
Uranium Mill Tailings
Care Facilities for Mentally Retarded
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