|Last Action:||05/01/2006 H Left pending in committee|
|Caption:||Relating to the margin of error to be used by the comptroller of public accounts in connection with the annual property value study to determine whether the local value for a school district is valid.
|Last Action:||05/31/2006 E Signed by the Governor|
|Caption:||Relating to expressing legislative intent to amend provisions of H.B. No. 3, as enrolled by the 79th Legislature of the State of Texas, 3rd Called Session, relating to rental income and guaranteed payments in the determination of "total revenue."
|Last Action:||04/19/2006 H Referred to Ways & Means|
|Caption:||Proposing a constitutional amendment dedicating certain state tax revenues to school district ad valorem tax rate reduction.
|HB 3||Author:||Keffer, Jim | Luna | Otto | Branch | Villarreal|
|Last Action:||05/19/2006 E See remarks for effective date|
|Caption:||Relating to certain taxes affecting businesses; making an appropriation; providing penalties.
|HB 66||Author:||Solomons | McCall | Crabb | Otto|
|Last Action:||04/20/2006 H Referred to Criminal Jurisprudence|
|Caption:||Relating to prohibiting certain disruptions at a funeral service; creating an offense.
|HJR 25||Author:||Nixon | Gattis | Woolley | King, Phil | Otto|
|Last Action:||04/20/2006 H Referred to Ways & Means|
|Caption:||Proposing a constitutional amendment to establish a maximum school district ad valorem tax rate for maintenance and operation purposes and to clarify that an ad valorem tax that is levied or collected by a school district in this state is not a state ad valorem tax.