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                           DAILY HOUSE CALENDAR
                           Monday, May 9, 2005

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                 ******** MAJOR STATE CALENDAR ********
                               HOUSE BILLS
                             SECOND READING


HB 972    Solomons / Hamric / Truitt / Dunnam
Relating to the continuation and functions of the Texas Board of
Chiropractic Examiners; providing a criminal penalty.


HB 1535    Truitt / Solomons / Hamric
Relating to the continuation and functions of the Texas Midwifery
Board.


HB 2833    Cook, Robby / Cook, Byron
Relating to the protection of private real property from regulatory
takings.

         ******** CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENTS CALENDAR **********
                         HOUSE JOINT RESOLUTIONS
                             SECOND READING


HJR 89    Wong
Proposing a constitutional amendment to authorize the legislature
to allow the governing body of a political subdivision to provide
an additional exemption from ad valorem taxation for property owned
by certain disabled veterans who have been awarded the Purple Heart
or their surviving spouses.


HJR 65    Otto
Proposing a constitutional amendment authorizing the legislature to
exempt from ad valorem taxation rent-to-own property not held by
the lessee primarily to produce income and to prescribe the method
to be used to depreciate taxable rent-to-own property for tax
appraisal purposes.

         ******** CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENTS CALENDAR **********
                        SENATE JOINT RESOLUTIONS
                             SECOND READING


SJR 21    Averitt
         SP: Flynn
Proposing a constitutional amendment authorizing the legislature to
define rates of interest for commercial loans.

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


HB 2376    Elkins
Relating to the environmental regulation and remediation of dry
cleaning facilities; imposing a penalty.


HB 955    Solomons
Relating to the regulation of financial businesses and practices;
providing civil penalties.


HB 988    Chisum
Relating to the county in which a seller of a motor vehicle may
file an application for registration and certificate of title.


HB 1644    Callegari
Relating to the authority of a water control and improvement
district or a municipal utility district to enter into a contract
to convey property to another water district or water supply
corporation.


HB 1940    Ritter
Relating to alternative dispute resolution of certain contract
claims against the state.


HB 2145    Hupp / Seaman / Grusendorf
Relating to prohibiting changes in certain prescription drug orders
without the approval of the prescribing health care practitioner.


HB 3047    Veasey
Relating to emergency communication district participation in state
travel services contracts.


HB 2463    Villarreal / Menendez / Flores / et al.
Relating to the creation of health care funding districts in
certain counties and authorizing the districts to impose taxes on
certain institutional health care providers located in the
districts.


HB 2868    Frost / Rose / Martinez Fischer / Van Arsdale / et al.
Relating to civil liability for provision of alcohol to a minor.


HB 2525    Callegari
Relating to contracts by governmental entities for construction
projects and related professional services.


HB 260    Goodman
Relating to suits affecting the parent-child relationship.


HB 270    Farrar
Relating to court-ordered access to a child by the child's sibling.


HB 625    Olivo / Grusendorf
Relating to the discipline of public school students who
voluntarily surrender prohibited items.


HB 3149    Wong
Relating to inactive status for cosmetology certificate or license
holders.


HB 1068    Driver
Relating to the collection and analysis of evidence and testimony
based on forensic analysis, crime laboratory accreditation, DNA
testing, and the creation and maintenance of DNA records; providing
a penalty.


HB 1074    Brown, Betty
Relating to the punishment for the offense of obscenity.


HB 1317    Driver / Laubenberg / Raymond / et al.
Relating to the licensing and regulation of certain electricians.


HB 3297    Bohac
Relating to the inclusion of certain public school accountability
information in a student's grade report card and on a school
district's Internet website.


HB 1366    Allen, Ray
Relating to the enforcement of the regulation of nursing.


HB 1532    Rose
Relating to rates for professional liability insurance for
physicians and health care providers.


HB 2572    Truitt / Isett / McReynolds / Miller / Coleman / et al.
Relating to the functions of local mental health and mental
retardation authorities.


HB 1547    Pickett / Chavez / Guillen / Quintanilla
Relating to the form of the loan contract and related documents for
a consumer loan.


HB 1582    Chavez
Relating to a study of residential foreclosures in certain
counties.


HB 1821    Kolkhorst
Relating to the authority of a county to require waste haulers to
be licensed as a waste hauler.


HB 3465    Baxter
Relating to the liability of certain entities that enter agreements
with a metropolitan rapid transit authority.


HB 2187    Otto / et al.
Relating to the exemption from ad valorem taxation of rent-to-own
property not held by the lessee primarily to produce income and to
the method to be used to depreciate taxable rent-to-own property
for tax appraisal purposes.


HB 1120    Nixon
Relating to certain requirements relating to an application for a
marriage license and an affidavit of an absent applicant for a
marriage license and to the maintenance of marriage and divorce
indexes by the bureau of vital statistics; providing penalties.


HB 2286    Taylor / Dawson / Bonnen
Relating to the use of individuals' driving records in writing
automobile insurance.


HB 2390    Harper-Brown
Relating to the establishment of an employee welfare benefit plan
by certain private educational institutions.


HB 2747    McClendon / Menendez
Relating to the administration of a retirement health care plan for
firefighters and police officers in certain municipalities.


HB 3376    Taylor
Relating to the prosecution and punishment of certain criminal
offenses involving theft and fraud and to the provision of notice
of the commission of those offenses to certain licensing entities.


HB 2839    Allen, Ray
Relating to the participation of state inmates in the production of
certain goods and the provision of certain services.


HB 2905    Haggerty
Relating to the installation of water conservation systems in Texas
Department of Criminal Justice facilities.


HB 2932    Delisi / Rodriguez / Isett
Relating to requiring state agency purchasing personnel to disclose
certain family relationships with business entities receiving state
agency contracts.


HB 3093    Pena
Relating to ex parte petitions for the expunction of criminal
records and files.


HB 3125    Eiland
Relating to a retired employee's eligibility for participation in
the optional retirement system.


HB 3226    Swinford
Relating to the establishment of a statewide maintenance program
for boll weevil and pink bollworm eradication.


HB 1572    Taylor
Relating to the recovery of certain costs and payments relating to
losses covered by personal automobile insurance.


HB 1830    Wong
Relating to the notice provided for the establishment of municipal
management districts.


HB 2842    Chisum
Relating to the provision of false information to an independent
public accounting firm by a public interest entity;  providing a
criminal penalty.


HB 85    Riddle
Relating to the release on bond of certain criminal defendants.


HB 1816    West, George "Buddy"
Relating to the transfer of powers and duties over railroads from
the Railroad Commission of Texas to the Texas Department of
Transportation.


HB 2801    Smith, Todd
Relating to audits of state agency expenditures to recover
overpayments and lost discounts.

                 ******** RESOLUTIONS CALENDAR ********
                            HOUSE RESOLUTIONS


HCR 132    Luna
Granting the John G. and Marie Stella Kenedy Memorial Foundation
permission to sue the state, the General Land Office, the School
Land Board, and Jerry Patterson.