Texas Legislature
Bills Sponsored / Joint Sponsored
Rep. Wayne Faircloth
85th Legislature Regular Session
Report Date: 12/10/2017

Number of Bills: 9

Report Sections: Sponsored Bills | Joint Sponsored Bills

Sponsor (8):
SB 1047 Author: Creighton
Sponsor: Faircloth
Last Action: 06/12/2017 E Effective on 1/1/18
Caption: Relating to installment payments of ad valorem taxes.

SB 1260 Author: Creighton
Sponsor: Faircloth
Last Action: 05/29/2017 E Effective immediately
Caption: Relating to the Chambers County Improvement District No. 2.

SB 1291 Author: Creighton
Sponsor: Faircloth
Last Action: 06/01/2017 E Effective on 9/1/17
Caption: Relating to permits for oversize and overweight vehicles in a certain county.

SB 1353 Author: Taylor, Larry
Sponsor: Faircloth
Last Action: 06/01/2017 E Effective immediately
Caption: Relating to state funding for school districts, including a school district to which an academically unacceptable school district is annexed.

SB 1466 Author: Taylor, Larry
Sponsor: Faircloth
Last Action: 05/23/2017 H Placed on General State Calendar
Caption: Relating to maximum liability limits for windstorm and hail insurance coverage provided through the Texas Windstorm Insurance Association.

SB 1489 Author: Taylor, Larry
Sponsor: Faircloth
Last Action: 06/15/2017 E Effective immediately
Caption: Relating to the Gulf Coast Waste Disposal Authority.

SB 1512 Author: Taylor, Larry
Sponsor: Faircloth
Last Action: 05/23/2017 H Placed on General State Calendar
Caption: Relating to replacement cost coverage in policies issued by the Texas Windstorm Insurance Association.

SJR 54 Author: Taylor, Larry
Sponsor: Faircloth
Last Action: 05/20/2017 H Committee report sent to Calendars
Caption: Proposing a constitutional amendment authorizing a municipal charter amendment election to be held on certain election dates.

Joint Sponsor (1):
SB 179 Author: Menéndez | Zaffirini
Sponsor: Minjarez | Faircloth | Moody | Larson | King, Ken
Last Action: 06/09/2017 E Effective on 9/1/17
Caption: Relating to harassment, bullying, and cyberbullying of a public school student or minor and certain mental health programs for public school students; increasing a criminal penalty.

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