LOCAL AND UNCONTESTED BILLS The following bills have been certified for placement on the Local & Uncontested Calendar to be held Tuesday, April 26, 2005, at 8:00 a.m. SB 66 (CS)(LC) Nelson Relating to the establishment of certain programs and initiatives designed to prevent the manufacture and use of methamphetamine; providing a penalty. SB 99 (CS)(LC) Ellis/ et al. Relating to the extension of credit to a victim of identity theft. SB 247 (CS)(LC) West, Royce Relating to permitting samples of produce at certain municipally owned farmers' markets. SB 411 (CS)(LC) Whitmire Relating to the regulation of barbers and cosmetologists by the Texas Department of Licensing and Regulation and the abolition of the State Board of Barber Examiners and the Texas Cosmetology Commission. SB 419 (CS)(LC) Nelson Relating to the continuation and functions of the Texas State Board of Medical Examiners, Texas State Board of Physician Assistant Examiners, and Texas State Board of Acupuncture Examiners and the regulation of health care professions regulated by those state agencies; providing administrative penalties. SB 448 (CS)(LC) Zaffirini Relating to the Texas Academy of International Studies at Texas A&M International University. SB 465 (LC) West, Royce Relating to the administration of psychoactive medication to certain patients. SB 737 (LC) Brimer Relating to the prosecution of offenses involving the operating or loading of an overweight vehicle in violation of certain laws. SB 912 (CS)(LC) Shapiro Relating to the civil commitment of sexually violent predators. SB 920 (LC) Van de Putte Relating to creating the Texas Treasure Award to honor businesses that have existed in Texas for 50 years or more. SB 928 (LC) Ellis Relating to the effect of annexation of territory on the terms of members of the governing boards of certain junior college districts. SB 929 (LC) Ellis Relating to the service area of the Houston Community College System District. SB 998 (LC) Madla Relating to contracts with local workforce development boards. SB 1005 (CS)(LC) Carona Relating to the suspension of sentence and the deferral of final disposition for a defendant younger than 25 in certain misdemeanor traffic cases. SB 1009 (CS)(LC) Harris Relating to reporting of expenditures by persons registered as lobbyists. SB 1010 Harris Relating to prohibited conflicts of interest of registered lobbyists. SB 1011 (CS)(LC) Harris Relating to restrictions on and reporting of certain expenditures by registered lobbyists. SB 1055 (CS)(LC) Janek Relating to an alternative method of satisfying certain licensing requirements for assisted living facilities. SB 1113 (CS)(LC) Gallegos Relating to allowing a hospital to release protected health information of a patient to emergency medical services providers for treatment, payment, and health care operations. SB 1118 (LC) Ellis Relating to the authority to change the name of component institutions of The Texas A&M University System. SB 1139 (LC) Eltife Relating to monitoring by the Texas Building and Procurement Commission and the Legislative Budget Board of the transfer of surplus or salvage property by state agencies. SB 1143 (CS)(LC) Carona Relating to a loan secured by personal property with limited recourse against the borrower. SB 1153 (CS)(LC) Harris Relating to suits affecting the parent-child relationship, including proceedings for the establishment, modification, and enforcement of child support; providing a civil penalty. SB 1161 (CS)(LC) Harris Relating to corrected reports, registrations, and statements filed with the Texas Ethics Commission. SB 1185 (LC) West, Royce Relating to the qualifications of and training and continuing education for certain officials and personnel of career schools or colleges. SB 1188 (CS)(LC) Nelson Relating to the medical assistance program and the provision of related services. SB 1205 (CS)(LC) Madla Relating to allowing the creation of multi-jurisdictional library districts; authorizing taxes and bonds. SB 1226 (A)(LC) Shapiro Relating to a study of the reporting requirements imposed on public institutions of higher education. SB 1230 (LC) Fraser Relating to the authority of the state to fund the operations of the unemployment compensation system. SB 1247 (LC) West, Royce Relating to admission to the Joint Admission Medical Program. SB 1318 (CS)(LC) Staples Relating to projects that may be undertaken by or supported by the tax proceeds of certain development corporations. SB 1336 (CS)(LC) Madla Relating to a requirement that the Texas Department of Transportation sell or convey the Presidio International Bridge. SB 1340 (CS)(LC) Madla Relating to the regulation and reimbursement of health care services provided through telemedicine or telepsychiatry under the state Medicaid program. SB 1374 (A)(LC) Staples Relating to notice regarding an exception from elementary school class size limits. SB 1393 (CS)(LC) Shapiro Relating to the accountability of regional education service centers. SB 1457 (LC) Wentworth Relating to the authority of certain general-law municipalities to annex certain areas. SB 1498 (CS)(LC) Fraser Relating to the requirement for water district consent to certain actions by municipalities that provide law enforcement or fire protection services. SB 1533 (CS)(LC) Barrientos Relating to parking by state employees in state-owned garages. SB 1555 (CS)(LC) Gallegos Relating to taxes, assessments, and impact fees imposed on residential property by the Greater East End Management District. SB 1583 (LC) Zaffirini/ et al. Relating to notification of immunization requirements applicable to public school students. SB 1590 (LC) Carona Relating to use of electronically readable information from a driver's license or personal identification certificate by a commercial business. SB 1663 (CS)(LC) Eltife Relating to emergency communication district participation in state travel services contracts. SB 1670 (LC) Staples Relating to a motor vehicle financial responsibility verification program; providing a penalty. SB 1792 (LC) Wentworth Relating to the South Buda Water Control and Improvement District No. 1.