Proposed Rule Reviews

Employees Retirement System of Texas

Title 34, Part 4

The Employees Retirement System of Texas will review and consider whether to re-adopt, re-adopt with amendments, or repeal 34 Texas Administrative Code Chapter 79, concerning Social Security, in accordance with Chapter 606 of the Texas Government Code. This review is done pursuant to Texas Government Code §2001.039.

The Board will assess whether the reason(s) for adopting or re-adopting this chapter continues to exist. Each section of the chapter will be reviewed to determine whether it is obsolete, reflects current legal and policy considerations, reflects current general provisions in the governance of the Board, and/or whether it is in compliance with Chapter 2001 of the Texas Government Code (Administrative Procedure Act).

Comments on the review may be submitted in writing within 30 days following the publication of this rule review in the Texas Register to Paula A. Jones, Deputy Executive Director and General Counsel, Employees Retirement System of Texas, P.O. Box 13207, Austin, Texas 78711-3207 or you may email Ms. Jones at The deadline for receiving comments is Monday, January 2, 2017, at 10:00 a.m. Any proposed changes to the sections of this chapter as a result of the review will be published in the Proposed Rules section of the Texas Register and will be open for an additional 30 day public comment period prior to final adoption of any repeal, amendment, or re-adoption.


Paula A. Jones

Deputy Executive Director and General Counsel

Employees Retirement System of Texas

Filed: November 17, 2016

Adopted Rule Reviews

Texas Alcoholic Beverage Commission

Title 16, Part 3

The Texas Alcoholic Beverage Commission readopts without change 16 Texas Administrative Code §33.41, Financial Interest.

The proposed rule review was published in the October 7, 2016, issue of the Texas Register (41 TexReg 8073). No comments were received.

The rule review was conducted pursuant to Government Code §2001.039. The agency finds that the reasons for adopting the rule continue to exist. The rule is not obsolete, reflects current legal and policy considerations, and reflects current procedures of the Commission.


Martin Wilson

Assistant General Counsel

Texas Alcoholic Beverage Commission

Filed: November 18, 2016