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Senate Committee Hearings and Events

Senate committee hearings and other Capitol events are posted to this page soon after they are announced, and removed at the end of the day. You are invited to revisit this page often for the most current version. For links to individual Senate committee websites, please visit the Senate's Committee portal.

For live, streaming video broadcasts of committee hearings and other events within the Capitol complex you may visit the Senate Live Video Broadcasts page. Official Senate hearings and events are archived and can be accessed from the Senate Audio/Video Archives page or from the individual committee pages.

Events listed on this page will be carried live on the Senate Live Broadcasts page unless otherwise noted. Due to technical limitations, out-of-town committee hearings and "desk meetings" held on the Senate floor can not be carried live. For such events, audio recordings will be posted to the main Audio/Video Archives, as well as the relevant committee pages, as soon as possible.

A complete Senate room reservation schedule may be be found at www.roomsched.senate.texas.gov.

Notice of Assistance at Public Meetings

Persons with disabilities who plan to attend these meetings and who may need assistance, such as a sign language interpreter, are requested to contact the senate committee coordinator at (512) 463-0070, 72-hours prior to the meeting so appropriate arrangements can be made.

The Texas Senate has an assistive listening system available to the public in the Senate Chamber and Senate committee hearing rooms. Personal listening devices may be checked out in the Secretary of the Senate's office, Room 2E.22 of the Capitol Building.

For more information on the listening devices, please contact the Senate Committee Coordinator at (512) 463-0070 (Senate TDD (800) 735-2989).

For ADA questions or compliance issues please contact Delicia Sams, Senate ADA Coordinator at 512-463-0400.

Legislative Committee Hearings

Date Time Committee Location BROADCAST
Status*
Notes
There are no Senate hearings scheduled at this time.
Date/Time Committee Location/Notes
There are no Senate hearings scheduled at this time.

Press conferences and other Capitol events

Date Time Event Location BROADCAST
Status*
Notes
There are currently no press conferences or other Capitol events scheduled for broadcast.
Date/Time Event Location/Notes
There are currently no press conferences or other Capitol events scheduled for broadcast.

Notice of Assistance at Public Meetings

Persons with disabilities who plan to attend these meetings and who may need assistance, such as a sign language interpreter, are requested to contact the senate committee coordinator at (512) 463-0070, 72-hours prior to the meeting so appropriate arrangements can be made.

The Texas Senate has an assistive listening system available to the public in the Senate Chamber and Senate committee hearing rooms. Personal listening devices may be checked out in the Secretary of the Senate's office, Room 2E.22 of the Capitol Building.

For more information on the listening devices, please contact the Senate Committee Coordinator at (512) 463-0070 (Senate TDD (800) 735-2989).

For ADA questions or compliance issues please contact Delicia Sams, Senate ADA Coordinator at 512-463-0400.

* Live broadcasts are publicly available from the Senate Live Broadcasts page. These events are also available on the internal Capitol Complex cable television system. Events marked as "NOT LIVE" cannot be carried live due to technical limitations. In most cases, these events will be audio-recorded and posted to the Senate Audio/Video Archives page as soon as possible.