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Relating to the licensing and regulation of certain occupations and activities; providing administrative penalties; requiring occupational licenses; authorizing fees; creating criminal offenses.
Estimated Two-year Net Impact to General Revenue Related Funds for HB2667, Committee
Report 1st House, Substituted: a negative impact of ($53,940) through the biennium ending
August 31, 2021.
HB 2667 implements a host of recommendations from the Texas Department of Licensing & Regulation as identified in its 2019-2023 strategic plan. Most significantly, this bill would require a program provider license for providers of certain court-ordered educational programs. The bill would also require an instructor license for a person offering instruction for these court-ordered educational programs.
The bill makes changes to other licensed occupations including reducing the frequency of automotive part recycler inspections and providing for a dual barbershop and massage establishment license.