*************************************************************************** ITEMS ELIGIBLE FOR CONSIDERATION Thursday, May 26, 2005 *************************************************************************** ******** SENATE AMENDMENTS ******** Eligible at 7:00 PM May 23, 2005: HB 2266 Baxter / Callegari Relating to the authority of municipalities to enact a requirement that establishes the sales price for certain housing units or residential lots. HB 2048 Uresti Relating to certain online services and transactions involving state agencies. Eligible at 10:00 PM May 23, 2005: 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 and the authority of a conservation and reclamation district to acquire a certificate of convenience and necessity or to acquire a facility or a right to use a facility. Eligible at 8:35 PM May 25, 2005: HB 3485 Oliveira Relating to the establishment of criminal law hearing officers in Cameron County. Eligible at 2:40 AM May 25, 2005: HB 495 Miller / Hupp Relating to the student enrollment required for the operation of Texas A&M University--Central Texas as an independent general academic teaching institution. HB 541 Krusee Relating to the types of nonprofit organizations that may conduct raffles. HB 873 Dukes Relating to regulation by a property owners' association of certain displays on property in a residential subdivision. HB 914 Woolley / et al. Relating to disclosure of certain business or financial relationships with certain local government officers; providing criminal penalties. HB 984 Reyna / Guillen / McReynolds / Chavez / Hochberg / et al. Relating to the care of elementary and secondary school students with diabetes. HB 1208 Gattis Relating to a limitation on the use of eminent domain by certain conservation and reclamation districts. HB 1209 Gattis / et al. Relating to using county election precincts for any election held on the November uniform election date. HB 1252 Guillen / Escobar / Leibowitz / Gonzalez Toureilles Relating to providing services for persons with chronic kidney disease under the medical assistance program. HB 1690 Keel / Hill / Frost / Hodge / Nixon / et al. Relating to common nuisance. HB 1830 Wong Relating to the notice provided for the establishment of municipal management districts. HB 1855 Giddings Relating to the deletion of certain electronic records concerning a customer who issues a check; providing a civil penalty. 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 2382 Hegar Relating to training requirements for certain chief appraisers of appraisal districts. HB 2423 Puente Relating to the consideration of historic or existing use in the regulation of pumping and discrimination by a groundwater conservation district against landowners whose land is enrolled or participating in a federal conservation program. HB 2510 Bonnen Relating to the regulation of on-site sewage disposal systems and the maintenance of those systems; imposing administrative and criminal penalties. 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 2593 Baxter Relating to the TexasOnline project, the TexasOnline Authority, and related powers and fees. HB 2604 Guillen Relating to preferences for veterans in state-funded job training or employment assistance programs and services. HB 2653 Krusee Relating to the use of tax increment financing to pay certain costs associated with certain transportation or transit projects. HB 2680 Branch Relating to services provided by health care practitioners to charities and liability insurance for those practitioners. Eligible at 4:00 PM May 25, 2005: HB 126 Berman Relating to the penalty for tampering with a governmental record establishing residency for enrollment in a public school. HB 160 McCall / Branch / Eiland / Hughes / et al. Relating to motor vehicles equipped with recording devices. HB 265 Smith, Wayne Relating to the time for processing a municipal building permit. HB 308 Hope Relating to discipline in public schools and the assignment of certain public school students involved in a sexual assault. HB 1606 Thompson Relating to the level of municipal participation in contracts with developers for public improvements. Eligible at 5:40 PM May 25, 2005: 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 or a cemetery maintained by the county. HB 629 Solomons / et al. Relating to notice required for a mechanic's, contractor's, or materialman's lien in certain circumstances. HB 754 Gattis / Rose Relating to transportation of loose materials. HB 840 Riddle / Keel / Cook, Byron / Anchia Relating to the forfeiture of contraband used to facilitate or intended to be used to facilitate the commission of certain criminal offenses. HB 989 Chisum Relating to recovery of certain transmission investments of electric utilities. HB 1567 Ritter / Deshotel / Hamilton / Otto / Crabb / et al. Relating to the transition to competition of certain electric utilities outside of ERCOT. HB 1588 Driver Relating to the qualifications and removal of and continuing education requirements for a constable. HB 1622 Pitts Relating to the creation of a county court at law in Hill County. HB 1813 Pickett Relating to historical reenactments on premises permitted or licensed under the Alcoholic Beverage Code. HB 2243 Jackson, Jim Relating to the regulation of locksmiths and locksmith companies under the Private Security Act. HB 2466 Swinford Relating to recycling market development. HB 2518 Coleman / et al. Relating to a mental health court program. Eligible at 8:00 PM May 25, 2005: HB 412 Turner / et al. Relating to the use of credit scoring and credit history by certain telecommunications and electric service providers. HB 789 King, Phil / Edwards Relating to furthering competition in the telecommunications industry. HB 916 Woolley / et al. Relating to creating the Texas Health Care Policy Council. HB 1516 Isett / Swinford Relating to the Department of Information Resources' management of state electronic services. HB 3526 Hochberg Relating to the creation of the Greater Sharpstown Management District; providing authority to impose a tax and issue a bond or similar obligation. Eligible at 11:45 PM May 25, 2005: HB 646 Otto Relating to the provision of certain reports and records requested by the attorney general. HB 664 Isett Relating to consideration of a bidder's principal place of business in awarding certain municipal and school district contracts. HB 843 Truitt / Riddle Relating to relating to the authority of certain counties to regulate certain communication facility structures in certain circumstances; providing a penalty. 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 1172 Brown, Fred Relating to policies and measures to promote timely graduation of students from public institutions of higher education. HB 1379 Jones, Jesse Relating to the admissibility in a civil action of certain information relating to identify theft. HB 1701 Keel / Hodge Relating to the defense of indigent persons accused of a criminal offense. HB 1765 Morrison / Ritter / Kolkhorst / Deshotel / McCall / et al. Relating to the creation of programs and funding for emerging technology industries. HB 2110 Berman / Driver / Hupp / Keel / King, Phil / et al. Relating to the applicability of certain weapon laws to certain judges and prosecutors. HB 3016 Hill Relating to the determination of the market value of certain drug supplies for ad valorem property tax purposes. HB 3539 Hupp Relating to the composition of the board of directors of the Saratoga Underground Water Conservation District. Eligible at 1:30 AM May 26, 2005: HB 867 Allen, Ray Relating to the registration and supervision of sex offenders; providing penalties. HB 1053 Hope Relating to the location of certain municipal solid waste landfills. 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 1116 Solomons / Hamric / Truitt / Dunnam Relating to the governmental entities subject to the sunset review process. HB 1611 Chisum / Turner / Allen, Ray / Hochberg / Edwards / et al. Relating to the use of money for the low-income vehicle repair assistance, retrofit, and accelerated vehicle retirement program; making an appropriation. HB 1634 Allen, Ray / Hopson / Otto / Blake Relating to arson and arson investigation; creating offenses. HB 1772 Miller Relating to permitting a general-law municipality to annex land in certain circumstances. HB 1823 Dutton / Farrar / Smith, Wayne / Leibowitz Relating to the rights of a purchaser under an executory contract for conveyance of real property. HB 2579 Rodriguez / Hupp / Davis, John Relating to procedures to ensure the involvement of parents or guardians of children placed in certain institutions. HB 2753 Pitts Relating to the powers, duties, and functions of the Legislative Budget Board. HB 2806 Morrison Relating to the regulation of career schools and colleges. HB 2958 Hamric Relating to the creation of freight rail districts; granting authority to issue bonds or other similar obligations to create public debt; granting the power of eminent domain. HJR 80 Krusee Proposing a constitutional amendment clarifying that certain economic development programs do not constitute a debt. Eligible at 2:45 AM May 26, 2005: HB 1601 Madden Relating to the use of interpreter services in a criminal case. HB 2129 Bonnen Relating to energy-saving measures that reduce the emission of air contaminants. HB 2217 McCall Relating to the management of public school land and the permanent school fund. HB 2218 McCall Relating to the regulation of money services businesses; providing a penalty. HB 2421 Chavez / Villarreal / Castro / Leibowitz / et al. Relating to the use of an employer assessment to fund the skills development program and authorizing the Texas Workforce Commission to develop new job incentive programs. HB 3434 Hartnett Relating to testamentary and nontestamentary transfers of property and other benefits and the administration of those benefits. Eligible at 3:40 AM May 26, 2005: HB 3540 Pitts Relating to certain fiscal matters affecting governmental entities; providing penalties. Eligible at 6:30 PM May 26, 2005: HB 164 Berman / Flynn / Phillips / Madden / Driver / et al. Relating to the civil and criminal consequences of engaging in conduct related to the manufacture of methamphetamine and to the distribution and retail sales of certain chemical substances. HB 823 Keel / Pena / Gonzalez Toureilles / Eissler / Hupp / et al. Relating to the applicability of the offense of unlawful carrying of weapons to certain persons and to the consequence of certain presumptions in the prosecution of a criminal offense. HB 1006 Isett / Bohac / Eissler / Gattis / Crabb / et al. Relating to the adoption of ad valorem tax rates by taxing units and to related tax bills. HB 2376 Elkins Relating to the environmental regulation and remediation of dry cleaning facilities; imposing a penalty. HB 2491 Puente / Paxton / Goodman Relating to the administration and collection of ad valorem taxes, including the transfer of an ad valorem tax lien and a contract for foreclosure of an ad valorem tax lien; amending, correcting, and clarifying the Tax Code, Property Code, and Civil Practice and Remedies Code. HB 2808 Morrison Relating to the P-16 Council and to the functioning of certain educational programs. HB 2955 Hamric Relating to the operation of a motor vehicle. HB 3093 Pena Relating to ex parte petitions for the expunction of criminal records and files. ******** CONFERENCE COMMITTEE ******** Conference Committee Reports: Eligible at 6:35 PM May 21, 2005: SB 122 Hinojosa / et al. SP: Giddings Relating to the prevention and punishment of identity theft and the rights of certain victims of identity theft; providing penalties. Eligible at 10:30 AM May 24, 2005: HB 1820 Otto Relating to the requirements for reporting certain information to the attorney general or the legislature. Eligible at 5:30 PM May 25, 2005: SB 1050 Van de Putte SP: Bailey Relating to the promotional system for municipal civil service fire fighters. Eligible at 9:00 PM May 25, 2005: HB 225 Driver / Keel / Hupp / Rose / Hegar / et al. Relating to the expiration of a renewed license to carry a concealed handgun.