Texas Legislature
Bills Sponsored / Joint Sponsored
Rep. Mike Schofield
85th Legislature Regular Session
Report Date: 10/17/2017

Number of Bills: 8

Sponsor (8):
SB 44 Author: Zaffirini
Sponsor: Schofield
Last Action: 05/23/2017 E Effective immediately
Caption: Relating to requirements relating to an application for a place on the ballot.

SB 635 Author: Huffines
Sponsor: Schofield
Last Action: 05/20/2017 H Committee report sent to Calendars
Caption: Relating to the award of court costs and attorney's fees in certain actions challenging an order, ordinance, or similar measure of certain political subdivisions or the failure of an officer of certain political subdivisions to perform certain actions.

SB 738 Author: Kolkhorst
Sponsor: Schofield
Last Action: 06/09/2017 E See remarks for effective date
Caption: Relating to the transfer of certain suits affecting the parent-child relationship.

SB 949 Author: Kolkhorst
Sponsor: Schofield
Last Action: 05/19/2017 H Committee report sent to Calendars
Caption: Relating to a limitation on the amount of attorney's fees awarded in a case assigned to a special three-judge district court.

SB 1249 Author: West
Sponsor: Schofield
Last Action: 06/12/2017 E Effective on 9/1/17
Caption: Relating to adverse possession of real property by a cotenant heir against other cotenant heirs.

SB 1609 Author: Bettencourt | Kolkhorst
Sponsor: Schofield
Last Action: 05/20/2017 H Comm. report sent to Local & Consent Calendar
Caption: Relating to regulation by a property owners' association of certain religious displays.

SB 1763 Author: Zaffirini
Sponsor: Schofield
Last Action: 05/20/2017 H Committee report sent to Calendars
Caption: Relating to the procedures of the State Commission on Judicial Conduct.

SJR 6 Author: Zaffirini
Sponsor: Schofield | Thompson, Senfronia
Last Action: 05/25/2017 E Filed with the Secretary of State
Caption: Proposing a constitutional amendment authorizing the legislature to require a court to provide notice to the attorney general of a challenge to the constitutionality of a state statute and authorizing the legislature to prescribe a waiting period before the court may enter a judgment holding the statute unconstitutional.

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