*************************************************************************** SUPPLEMENTAL HOUSE CALENDAR Monday, May 9, 2005 *************************************************************************** ******** POSTPONED BUSINESS ******** UNTIL 10:00 AM on Friday, May 6, 2005 HJR 56 Gattis Proposing a constitutional amendment authorizing the denial of bail to a criminal defendant who violates a condition of the defendant's release pending trial. HB 3460 Baxter Relating to the interest rate to be paid on the deposits made by customers of a water, electric, gas, or telephone utility. HB 1900 Bonnen Relating to the assessment and regulation of emissions events. HB 1676 Dukes Relating to providing information about Respiratory Syncytial Virus under certain continuing education programs. HB 1662 Gattis / Hopson Relating to the eligibility of a criminal defendant for release from jail after a delay in prosecution. HB 2070 Rose / Cook, Byron Relating to a landowner's liability for injuries incurred during certain recreational activities. HB 2420 Chavez / Solis / Escobar Relating to the allocation of federal funds directed to be used to support graduate medical education in connection with the state Medicaid program. HB 634 Baxter / Rose / Branch / et al. Relating to requiring public officials to receive training in the requirements of the open meetings and public information laws. HB 2303 Driver Relating to the administration of the Private Security Act. HB 846 Flynn / Madden / Eissler Relating to the regulation of deferred presentment transactions and lenders for deferred presentment transactions. ******** POSTPONED BUSINESS ******** UNTIL 10:00 AM on Monday, May 9, 2005 HJR 82 Hughes Proposing a constitutional amendment clearing land titles by relinquishing and releasing any state claim to sovereign ownership or title to interest in certain land. HB 2316 Miller Relating to member restrictions for commissioners of the Texas Workforce Commission. HB 1081 Driver Relating to suspension or denial of a driver's license for failure to appear, pay a fine, or satisfy a judgment. HB 1093 Turner Relating to the eligibility of certain inmates of the Texas Department of Criminal Justice for medically recommended intensive supervision. HB 2573 Callegari / Hegar / Casteel / Miller / Hamric / et al. Relating to a motor vehicle financial responsibility verification program; providing a penalty. HB 3100 McReynolds Relating to the regulation of the practice of nursing. HB 1698 Puente Relating to the authority of certain municipal electric utilities to invest funds held in a decommissioning trust. ******** POSTPONED BUSINESS ******** UNTIL 11:00 AM on Monday, May 9, 2005 HB 116 Geren / Escobar / Cook, Byron / Leibowitz / et al. Relating to the establishment of the farm and ranch lands conservation program. HB 944 Geren Relating to the license requirements of marine dealers, distributors, and manufacturers. HB 2310 Geren Relating to services provided by manufacturers and distributors of beer to beer retailers. ******** MAJOR STATE CALENDAR ******** HOUSE BILLS THIRD READING HB 1283 Truitt / Solomons / Hamric Relating to the continuation and functions of the Texas State Board of Examiners of Professional Counselors; providing an administrative penalty. HB 1413 Truitt / Solomons / Hamric Relating to the continuation and functions of the Texas State Board of Examiners of Marriage and Family Therapists. HB 2544 Hamric / Solomons / Dunnam / Truitt Relating to the continuation and functions of the Texas Alcoholic Beverage Commission. ******** 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 THIRD READING HB 107 Van Arsdale / Hartnett / Hughes / et al. Relating to prohibiting actions brought against certain persons alleging injury relating to an individual's weight gain, obesity, or any health condition associated with weight gain or obesity. HB 26 Delisi Relating to an electronic database of major state contracts and related documents. HB 686 Rose Relating to the use of certain factors in determining premiums charged for professional liability insurance for physicians and health care providers. HB 692 Menendez / Riddle / Hupp / Dukes / Vo / et al. Relating to the punishment for and certain civil consequences of committing the offense of prostitution. HB 1012 Hilderbran Relating to the offense of abuse of a corpse and to the offense of criminal mischief in certain circumstances; providing a criminal penalty. HB 1467 Hamilton Relating to the offense of prohibited sexual conduct. HB 2036 Allen, Ray Relating to the regulation of sex offender treatment providers and the treatment of sex offenders; providing a penalty. HB 1870 Turner Relating to a deceptive trade practice in connection with advertising for a household goods carrier. HB 2627 Moreno, Paul Relating to certain requirements for issuance of a barbershop permit. HB 2864 Luna Relating to the use of sales tax revenue to pay or secure certain municipal public securities. HB 62 McClendon Relating to procedures for appealing a residential eviction suit. HB 2454 Jones, Jesse Relating to the eligibility of certain voters to vote a limited ballot in a new county of residence. HB 1023 Denny Relating to the length of a ballot proposition. HB 647 Krusee Relating to the issuance of county obligations for public improvements and to the review and approval of refunding bonds by the attorney general. HB 2823 Rose Relating to the form of payments made to certain disabled peace officers under the Crime Victims' Compensation Act. HB 2826 Truitt Relating to frivolous or bad-faith complaints filed with the Texas Ethics Commission. HB 1999 Van Arsdale / et al. Relating to the preparation of medical history reports by parents who relinquish children for adoption. HB 2289 King, Tracy / Raymond / et al. Relating to required notice of and a lien resulting from damage to a fence. HB 2000 Denny / Howard Relating to the information that must be included in a school district bond election proposition. HB 2080 Paxton / Keffer, Jim / et al. Relating to the ad valorem tax status of a license to occupy a dwelling unit in a tax-exempt retirement community. HB 2704 Krusee Relating to the authority of local governments to enter into certain agreements for the construction, maintenance, or operation of toll or nontoll projects or facilities on the state highway system. HB 2652 Krusee Relating to the creation of a private activity bond program for highway and surface freight facilities. HB 2337 Corte / Escobar / Gallego Relating to the use of information provided by an applicant for a driver's license or personal identification certificate in an image verification system. HB 2378 Swinford Relating to transferring responsibility for the child-care facilities for state employees from the Texas Building and Procurement Commission to the Health and Human Services Commission. HB 3200 Madden / McCall / Laubenberg Relating to single employer benefit plans. HB 584 Delisi / Woolley Relating to reimbursement under certain health benefit plans for services provided by licensed athletic trainers. HB 669 Jones, Jesse Relating to a study of the feasibility of requiring registration of certain assisted living facilities. HB 1799 Denny Relating to a transfer and nonsubstantive revision of laws governing the holding of local option elections regarding alcoholic beverages. HB 1884 Van Arsdale Relating to the records management and preservation services fee. HB 1984 Bohac Relating to the information required to be provided with a notice of appraised value for ad valorem tax purposes and an ad valorem tax bill. HB 2280 Denny Relating to the implementation of a statewide voter registration system as required by the federal Help America Vote Act. HB 2644 Hughes / Frost / Hopson / Merritt / Pickett Relating to delay in the deregulation of certain electric utilities. HB 3162 Noriega, Melissa Relating to the temporary replacement of a member of a political party's county executive committee who enters active military service. HB 949 Eiland Relating to certain limitations in health benefit plans and health insurance policies. HB 1575 Dutton / Goodman Relating to juvenile delinquency; providing a criminal penalty. HB 1634 Allen, Ray / Otto Relating to arson and arson investigation; creating offenses. HB 1682 McCall / Rodriguez / Miller / Menendez / Bohac Relating to a breach in the security of a computerized data system that includes personal identifying information; providing a civil penalty. HB 2955 Hamric Relating to the operation of a motor vehicle. HB 3461 Baxter Relating to the manner in which a municipality may impose a moratorium on certain property development. HB 2048 Uresti Relating to certain online services and transactions involving state agencies. HB 2569 Eiland Relating to the office of district attorney for the 253rd Judicial District and to the creation of the office of district attorney for the 344th Judicial District. HB 2613 Eiland / Seaman / Taylor Relating to the adoption of the Interstate Insurance Product Regulation Compact. HB 2678 Smithee Relating to the use of certain information to underwrite professional liability insurance for physicians and health care providers. HB 2755 McReynolds / Cook, Byron Relating to the authority of certain development corporations to undertake projects for the development, retention, or expansion of business enterprises. HB 1733 Swinford Relating to prohibiting disclosure of certain records or reports by the Texas Feed and Fertilizer Service. HB 3195 Smith, Todd Relating to combined municipal sales tax ballot propositions. HB 2304 Driver / et al. Relating to the regulation of alarm systems and alarm systems companies. HB 3285 Swinford Relating to the abolition of the State Aircraft Pooling Board and the principal part of its functions. ******** GENERAL STATE CALENDAR ******** SENATE BILLS THIRD READING SB 99 Ellis / et al. SP: Giddings Relating to the extension of credit to a victim of identity theft. SB 1680 Jackson, Mike SP: Isett Relating to the repeal of the Agriculture Resources Protection Authority. SB 1005 Carona SP: Keel Relating to the suspension of sentence and the deferral of final disposition for a defendant younger than 25 in certain misdemeanor traffic cases. SB 879 Gallegos / et al. SP: Menendez Relating to the regulation of firefighters and fire departments by the Texas Commission on Fire Protection. SB 1281 Armbrister SP: Bonnen Relating to the regulation and permitting of a commercial industrial solid waste facility connected to a publicly owned treatment works facility. SB 248 West, Royce SP: McReynolds Relating to authorizing the use of approved nonsurgical methods to sterilize dogs and cats. SB 449 Wentworth SP: Seaman Relating the conversion of certain mutual life insurance companies to insurance holding companies and stock life insurance companies. SB 220 Carona SP: Grusendorf Relating to the maintenance of records by a notary public. ******** GENERAL STATE CALENDAR ******** HOUSE BILLS SECOND READING HB 3029 Strama Relating to eligibility of certain rural areas for certain state assistance. HB 2215 Bailey / Elkins / Howard / Bohac Relating to the operation of property owners' associations. HB 1318 Dawson Relating to the state providing grave markers for certain members of the state military forces. HB 1767 Cook, Robby Relating to the regulation of veterinary medicine. HB 2239 Luna Relating to homeland security training and supplemental pay for certain law enforcement officers. HB 3181 Turner Relating to the creation of the Central Harris County Regional Water Authority; providing authority to issue bonds or notes; granting the power of eminent domain; providing an administrative penalty. HB 1952 Goodman Relating to prohibiting a governmental body from disclosing a person's social security number to a member of the public in certain circumstances without the person's written consent. HB 2668 Dutton Relating to a prohibition against a private entity performing the functions and duties of a local child support registry. HB 2696 Anchia / Hartnett / Jackson, Jim / Vo / et al. Relating to the licensing and regulation of massage therapy and massage establishments and certain services related to massage; providing penalties. HB 2819 Rose Relating to access to state electronic and information resources by individuals with disabilities. HB 879 Madden Relating to the sale of tax receivables by a local government. HB 2751 Hartnett Relating to providing notice of the anticipated fiscal impact of municipal charter amendments. HB 1379 Jones, Jesse Relating to the admissibility in a civil action of certain information relating to identify theft. HB 2837 Allen, Ray Relating to the state's activities regarding education, vocational training, and reintegration of offenders. HB 2879 Keffer, Bill Relating to requirements for certain amusement rides. HB 3514 Eissler Relating to the powers and duties of the Southwest Montgomery County Improvement District. HB 984 Reyna / McReynolds / Chavez Relating to the care of elementary and secondary school students with diabetes. 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 / Corte / 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 49 Davis, John / Taylor Urging the United States Congress to fully fund NASA's budget request for fiscal year 2006. 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.