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                           DAILY HOUSE CALENDAR
                         Tuesday, March 29, 2005

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                ******** GENERAL STATE CALENDAR ********
                               HOUSE BILLS
                             SECOND READING


HB 55    Grusendorf / Hill / Goolsby / Branch / et al.
Relating to the designation of the portion of Interstate Highway 20
inside Dallas and Tarrant Counties as the Ronald Reagan Memorial
Highway.


HB 129    Berman / Orr / Cook, Robby / Blake / McReynolds / et al.
Relating to the authority to require a convicted person to perform
manual labor for a nonprofit organization.


HB 151    Truitt / Branch / Pena / Alonzo / Harper-Brown / et al.
Relating to the punishment for the offense of burglary of a
vehicle.


HB 474    West, George "Buddy"
Relating to the duty of a gas utility to report certain
transactions to the Railroad Commission of Texas.


HB 554    Turner
Relating to the system benefit fund and to eligibility for and
enrollment for benefits under the fund.


HB 762    Nixon / Bailey / Swinford / Keel / Woolley
Relating to the solicitation by state officers and employees of and
recommendations regarding contributions to charitable organizations
and governmental entities.


HB 915    Woolley
Relating to authority of a peace officer to make an arrest outside
of the officer's jurisdiction or to seize property while making the
arrest.


HB 951    West, George "Buddy"
Relating to construction affecting pipeline easements and
rights-of-way.


HB 962    Krusee
Relating to requiring the Texas Department of Transportation to
include in the statewide transportation improvement program a list
of transportation projects that the department considers to be
eligible for tolling or feasible for tolling.


HB 970    Keel / Talton / Hill / Nixon / Pena / et al.
Relating to the required mental state for commission of certain
misdemeanor offenses.


HB 1130    Cook, Byron / Hupp / Pena / Chisum / Giddings / et al.
Relating to the adoption of a privacy policy by a person who
requires the disclosure of an individual's social security number.


HB 1154    Elkins
Relating to limited liability companies and partnerships.


HB 1319    Giddings
Relating to business entities and associations.


HB 1393    Flores / et al.
Relating to the regulation of certain investigators by the Texas
Private Security Board.


HB 1507    Solomons
Relating to the regulation of corporations; providing a penalty.