The following represents the Senate committee structure for the 81st Legislature.
- Agriculture & Rural Affairs
- Business & Commerce
- Criminal Justice
- Economic Development
- Government Organization
- Health & Human Services
- Higher Education
- Intergovernmental Relations
- subcommittee: Flooding & Evacuations
- International Relations & Trade
- Natural Resources
- State Affairs
- Transportation & Homeland Security
- Veteran Affairs & Military Installations
- subcommittee: Base Realignment & Closure
- Criminal Justice Legislative Oversight (joint committee with Texas House of Representatives)
- Bexar Metropolitan Water District Legislative Oversight (joint committee with House)
In addition, the House and Senate operate the permanent joint committee known as the Legislative Budget Board (LBB).
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