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                                 REVISED
                           DAILY HOUSE CALENDAR
                           Monday, May 8, 2006

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                               HOUSE BILLS
                             SECOND READING


HB 63    Pitts / Ritter / Deshotel
Relating to appropriations to pay for damages and disruptions
suffered by Lamar University and its related institutions caused by
Hurricanes Katrina and Rita.


HB 113    Pitts
Relating to payment of certain claims for indigent inmate defense.


HB 114    Pitts
Relating to appropriating money to pay for a judgment rendered in
certain litigation.


HB 117    Pitts
Relating to appropriations to the adjutant general's department for
military facilities duties.


HB 118    Pitts
Relating to appropriating money to the Texas Commission on the
Arts.


HB 119    Pitts
Relating to making appropriations in connection with the former
Cosmetology Commission and former Board of Barber Examiners.


HB 147    Bonnen
Relating to the authority of the governor to issue evacuation
orders during disasters.


HB 153    Morrison
Relating to authorizing the issuance of revenue bonds or other
obligations to fund capital projects at public institutions of
higher education; making an appropriation.


HB 154    Luna
Relating to the administration of the Irma Rangel School of
Pharmacy.


HB 72    Berman / Chisum / McReynolds / Flynn / Uresti / et al.
Relating to providing for an adjustment of the limitation on the
total amount of ad valorem taxes that may be imposed by a school
district on the residence homesteads of the elderly or disabled to
reflect any change in the school district's tax rate and protecting
a school district against the resulting loss in local revenue.

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                         HOUSE JOINT RESOLUTIONS
                             SECOND READING


HJR 26    Berman / Chisum / McReynolds / Flynn / Uresti / et al.
Proposing a constitutional amendment providing for an adjustment of
the limitation on the total amount of ad valorem taxes that may be
imposed for public school purposes on the residence homesteads of
the elderly or disabled to reflect any change in the rate of those
taxes.