Dating agency regulatory body
The Texas Department of Licensing and Regulation--and its predecessor the Texas Department of Labor and Standards (1973-1989)--is charged with the administration and enforcement of industrial laws affecting the welfare (including health and safety) of employees, employers and the general public in Texas.
These functions (particularly the latter) are documented in these records, which include copies of the minutes, summaries of minutes, occasional agenda, and attachments (correspondence, memoranda, reports, rules, litigation, attendance sheets, transcripts, etc.), for meetings of the various advisory bodies which assisted the commissioner of the Texas Department of Labor and Standards (1973-1989), and then the members of the Texas Commission of Licensing and Regulation (1989 onward).
These functions (particularly the latter) are documented in these records, which include minutes, summaries of minutes, agenda, meeting attachments (correspondence, memoranda, reports, rules, litigation, attendance sheets, transcripts, etc.), press releases, and a brochure, dating 1971-19-2006.
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The record copies of minutes and agenda are maintained by the Texas Department of Licensing and Regulation.
Each one contains a certification by the agency's general counsel.
These summaries briefly but thoroughly explain the actions of the commission on rules proposed and adopted, final orders, final actions on dockets, legislative appropriations requests and budgets, legislation, litigation, status of the Homeowners Recovery Fund, appointments to committees and other advisory bodies, personnel actions, etc.
A 1990 brochure gives a short history of the department, briefly explains eleven of the laws governing those occupations and industries regulated by the department, answers most frequently asked questions, and gives contact information for the eight field offices.
To prepare this inventory, the described materials were cursorily reviewed to delineate series, to confirm the accuracy of contents lists, to provide an estimate of dates covered, and to determine record types. Return to the Table of Contents (Identify the item and cite the series), Texas Department of Licensing and Regulation records.