Using the Texas Public Information Act, Farrar requested that the agency release a list of the available providers enrolled in the Texas Women's Health Program along with the number of patients they anticipate serving, the number of patients served by the former Medicaid Women's Health Program and the geographical areas in the state where provider enrollment does not meet demand.
What does TPIA stand for?
TPIA stands for Texas Public Information Act
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- Tuned Port Injection
- Turfgrass Producers International
- Turkish Patent Institute (Turkey)
- Turning Point, Inc. (Safety Harbor, FL)
- Turns Per Inch (machining and welding)
- Twisted Pair Interface (electronic components)
- Two Person Integrity
- Transphilic Acid
- Triose Phosphate Isomerase 1
- Take Pride in America
- The Penalty Is AIDS
- Theme Park Intelligence Agency
- Third Party Inspection Agency
- Third Party Internet Access (Canada)
- Tissue Print Immunoassay
- Toronto Pearson International Airport (Canada)
- Tractor Plow Operator Initial Attack (US NWCG)
- Target Pointer/Illuminator/Aiming Light
- The Pleasure Is All Mine
- The Professor in a Syllabus (mathematics teaching software)
Samples in periodicals archive:
The Texas Public Information Act presumes government information to be open unless a specific exemption applies.
That has had the impact of halting the routine destruction of the records, because the law says files can't be destroyed if somebody asks for them under the Texas Public Information Act.
We continue to acquire new and updated records from agencies under the Texas Public Information Act.
Though the specific conflicts cannot be released, The Texas Tribune, under the Texas Public Information Act, obtained a list of more than 70 lobbyists who have filed the forms since 2005.
We believe that such action, supposedly allowable under a policy through the Texas A&M System that governs Tarleton State, would violate Malone's free-speech rights, his academic freedom and the 1973 Texas Public Information Act.
On its face this appears to be aimed at preventing journalism professors from teaching future journalists how the Texas Public Information Act can, and should be, used as a checks and balances to obtain information some might prefer to be kept secret and out of public view," a public information advocate tells The Associated Press.