Texas Legislature
Bills Sponsored / Joint Sponsored
Sen. Gonzalo Barrientos
79th Legislature Regular Session
Report Date: 11/23/2017

Number of Bills: 18

Sponsor (18):
HB 479 Author: Keel
Sponsor: Barrientos
Last Action: 06/17/2005 E Effective immediately
Caption: Relating to the concurrent jurisdiction of campus peace officers commissioned by The University of Texas at Austin and law enforcement agencies of the state and political subdivisions of the state.

HB 525 Author: Rodriguez | Dukes | Coleman
Sponsor: Barrientos
Last Action: 06/17/2005 E Effective on 9/1/05
Caption: Relating to the creation of homestead preservation districts, reinvestment zones, and other programs to increase home ownership and provide affordable housing.

HB 639 Author: Bailey
Sponsor: Barrientos
Last Action: 06/17/2005 E Effective on 9/1/05
Caption: Relating to complaints against certain peace officers, fire fighters, detention officers, and county jailers.

HB 952 Author: Delisi
Sponsor: Barrientos
Last Action: 06/18/2005 E Effective on 9/1/05
Caption: Relating to a pilot program to provide health services to state employees in state office complexes.

HB 1036 Author: Rose | Keel | Strama
Sponsor: Barrientos
Last Action: 06/17/2005 E Effective on 9/1/05
Caption: Relating to conflicts of interest of policy board members of metropolitan planning organizations; providing a criminal penalty.

HB 1339 Author: Strama
Sponsor: Barrientos
Last Action: 06/17/2005 E Effective immediately
Caption: Relating to the appointment of a voting proxy by a legislative policy board member of a metropolitan planning organization.

HB 1791 Author: Naishtat
Sponsor: Barrientos
Last Action: 06/17/2005 E Effective on 9/1/05
Caption: Relating to application of the hazing statutes to private institutions of higher education; providing penalties.

HB 1814 Author: Casteel
Sponsor: Barrientos
Last Action: 06/17/2005 E Effective immediately
Caption: Relating to employment positions with the Texas Department of Transportation.

HB 1815 Author: Krusee | Strama | Naishtat | Rodriguez | Dukes
Sponsor: Barrientos
Last Action: 05/09/2005 E Effective immediately
Caption: Relating to term limitations for members of boards of certain metropolitan rapid transit authorities.

HB 1892 Author: Eiland
Sponsor: Barrientos
Last Action: 06/17/2005 E Effective immediately
Caption: Relating to excluding certain challenge courses from regulation as amusement rides.

HB 1913 Author: Olivo
Sponsor: Barrientos
Last Action: 05/27/2005 E Effective immediately
Caption: Relating to the application of the municipal civil service law for firefighters and police officers to certain municipalities.

HB 2235 Author: Baxter
Sponsor: Barrientos
Last Action: 06/18/2005 E Effective immediately
Caption: Relating to the merger of emergency services districts.

HB 2378 Author: Swinford
Sponsor: Barrientos
Last Action: 05/16/2005 S Left pending in committee
Caption: Relating to the administration of the child care program for children of state employees.

HB 2653 Author: Krusee
Sponsor: Barrientos
Last Action: 06/18/2005 E Effective immediately
Caption: Relating to the use of tax increment financing to pay certain costs associated with certain transportation or transit projects.

HB 2658 Author: Krusee | Gattis
Sponsor: Barrientos
Last Action: 05/20/2005 S No action taken in committee
Caption: Relating to erecting an off-premise sign adjacent to and visible from certain roads.

HB 3029 Author: Strama
Sponsor: Barrientos
Last Action: 06/18/2005 E Effective immediately
Caption: Relating to eligibility of certain rural areas for certain state assistance.

HB 3469 Author: Hochberg
Sponsor: Barrientos
Last Action: 06/17/2005 E Effective immediately
Caption: Relating to the establishment of a program to provide grants to be used to reduce emissions of diesel exhaust from school buses and to the use of the Texas emissions reduction plan to fund the program.

HCR 47 Author: Dukes | Hughes
Sponsor: Barrientos
Last Action: 03/11/2005 E Signed by the Governor
Caption: Concurrent resolution honoring the life of civil rights leader James Leonard Farmer, Jr.

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