Texas Legislature
Bills Sponsored / Joint Sponsored
Rep. Joseph Pickett
84th Legislature Regular Session
Report Date: 10/23/2017

Number of Bills: 10

Sponsor (10):
SB 93 Author: Ellis
Sponsor: Pickett
Last Action: 05/24/2015 H Committee report sent to Calendars
Caption: Relating to the suspension of a driver's license for failure to pay a surcharge.

SB 139 Author: Perry
Sponsor: Pickett
Last Action: 05/15/2015 H Committee report sent to Calendars
Caption: Relating to use of money in the state highway fund.

SB 321 Author: Hinojosa
Sponsor: Pickett
Last Action: 05/19/2015 H Committee report sent to Calendars
Caption: Relating to the amount of money transferred monthly from the state highway fund to the Texas emissions reduction plan fund.

SB 1203 Author: Rodríguez
Sponsor: Pickett
Last Action: 05/29/2015 E Effective on 9/1/15
Caption: Relating to exemptions from the applicability of the Texas Secure and Fair Enforcement for Mortgage Licensing Act of 2009 and other laws applicable to residential mortgage loan originators.

SB 1512 Author: Hancock
Sponsor: Pickett
Last Action: 06/19/2015 E Effective on . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Caption: Relating to the Texas Department of Motor Vehicles fund.

SB 1522 Author: Estes
Sponsor: Pickett
Last Action: 05/23/2015 E Effective immediately
Caption: Relating to designating the fourth Saturday in July as National Day of the Cowboy.

SB 1918 Author: Watson
Sponsor: Pickett
Last Action: 06/16/2015 E Effective on 9/1/15
Caption: Relating to the use of certain lighting equipment on motorcycles.

SCR 36 Author: Whitmire
Sponsor: Pickett
Last Action: 04/08/2015 E Filed with the Secretary of State
Caption: Granting the legislature permission to adjourn for more than three days during the period beginning on Wednesday, April 1, 2015, and ending on Tuesday, April 7, 2015.

SJR 5 Author: Nichols | Nelson
Sponsor: Pickett | Otto | Harless | Parker | Davis, Yvonne
Last Action: 06/01/2015 E Filed with the Secretary of State
Caption: Proposing a constitutional amendment dedicating a portion of the revenue derived from the state sales and use tax and the tax imposed on the sale, use, or rental of a motor vehicle to the state highway fund.

SJR 12 Author: Perry
Sponsor: Pickett
Last Action: 05/15/2015 H Committee report sent to Calendars
Caption: Proposing a constitutional amendment prescribing the purposes for which revenue from motor vehicle registration fees, certain motor vehicle-related taxes, and certain revenues received from the federal government may be used.

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