SENATE FLOOR ACTION




                                 Wednesday
                               May 25, 2005


THE SENATE SUSPENDED ALL NECESSARY RULES TO CONSIDER AND FINALLY PASS:


HJR 54             McClendon/ Krusee/ et al.  SP: Staples
Proposing a constitutional amendment creating the Texas rail
relocation and improvement fund and authorizing grants of money and
issuance of obligations for financing the relocation, construction,
reconstruction, acquisition, improvement, rehabilitation, and
expansion of certain rail facilities.

HJR 79             Krusee                     SP: Staples
Proposing a constitutional amendment authorizing the legislature to
provide for a six-year term for a board member of a regional
mobility authority.

HB 10 (CS)        Pitts/ Denny               SP: Ogden
Relating to making supplemental appropriations and reductions in
appropriations.
6 FLOOR AMENDMENTS

HB 120 (CS)        Dawson/ Edwards/ Davis, John/ Anderson/ Coleman/
                      et al.                     SP: Zaffirini
Relating to the creation of a donor education, awareness, and
registry program, the establishment of an organ donor and tissue
council, and anatomical gift donation.

HB 183             Brown, Fred/ Anchia/ Callegari/ McClendon/
                      Gonzalez Toureilles        SP: Zaffirini
Relating to the prosecution of offenses involving the use of safety
belts and child passenger safety seat systems.
3 FLOOR AMENDMENTS

HB 260             Goodman                    SP: Averitt
Relating to suits affecting the parent-child relationship and
protective orders.
5 FLOOR AMENDMENTS

HB 467 (CS)        Bailey/ Howard/ Olivo      SP: Gallegos
Relating to the financing of water and sewer programs in
disadvantaged areas.
1 FLOOR AMENDMENT

HB 580             Smith, Wayne               SP: Gallegos
Relating to the authority of a county to provide hazardous
materials services.
2 FLOOR AMENDMENTS

HB 602             Eissler                    SP: Williams
Relating to the designation of a weight enforcement officer by a
commissioners court in certain counties.
1 COMMITTEE AMENDMENT
1 FLOOR AMENDMENT

HB 603 (LC)        Eissler/ Grusendorf/ Olivo/ Hegar/ Guillen
                      SP: Lindsay
Relating to the suspension, removal, or expulsion of a public
school student.
1 FLOOR AMENDMENT

HB 607 (CS)        Giddings/ Gonzalez Toureilles
                      SP: Ellis
Relating to the delivery of blank check forms; providing a civil
penalty.

HB 880             Delisi                     SP: Zaffirini
Relating to attorney general review of certain contracts for health
care purposes.
1 FLOOR AMENDMENT

HB 908             Turner                     SP: Estes
Relating to the use of the reverse auction procedure by the Texas
Building and Procurement Commission and other state agencies.
1 COMMITTEE AMENDMENT
1 FLOOR AMENDMENT

HB 925 (A)         Chavez                     SP: Lucio
Relating to creating an interagency work group on border issues.
1 COMMITTEE AMENDMENT
5 FLOOR AMENDMENTS

HB 955             Solomons                   SP: Averitt
Relating to the regulation of financial businesses and practices;
providing civil penalties.
3 FLOOR AMENDMENTS

HB 1207             Haggerty                   SP: Lindsay
Relating to the exclusion of land from a water district with
outstanding bonds for failure to provide sufficient services.
1 FLOOR AMENDMENT

HB 1238             Paxton/ Hughes/ Laubenberg SP: Wentworth
Relating to distribution of certain child support payments by the
state disbursement unit.
1 FLOOR AMENDMENT

HB 1317 (CS)        Driver/ Laubenberg/ Raymond/ et al.
                      SP: Armbrister
Relating to the licensing and regulation of certain electricians.
3 FLOOR AMENDMENTS

HB 1357             Flores                     SP: Seliger
Relating to the civil consequences of certain alcohol-related
offenses.
2 FLOOR AMENDMENTS

HB 1483 (LC)        Frost/ Guillen             SP: Eltife
Relating to the method of payment for a concealed handgun license
and the fee for a duplicate or modified license.
1 FLOOR AMENDMENT

HB 1546             McClendon/ Krusee/ Herrero/ Hamric/ Guillen/ et al.
                      SP: Staples
Relating to the administration and use of the Texas rail relocation
and improvement fund and the issuance of obligations for financing
the relocation, construction, reconstruction, acquisition,
improvement, rehabilitation, and expansion of certain rail
facilities.
1 FLOOR AMENDMENT

HB 1583             Kolkhorst                  SP: Armbrister
Relating to the authority of an emergency services district to
obtain information to determine whether the district's 9-1-1
emergency service fee is correctly billed, collected, and remitted.
1 COMMITTEE AMENDMENT

HB 1687             Dutton                     SP: West, Royce
Relating to fees charged by a juvenile justice alternative
education program.

HB 1771 (CS)(LC)    Delisi/ Hill/ McReynolds/ Coleman/ Truitt/ et al.
                      SP: Nelson
Relating to the Medicaid managed care delivery system.

HB 1800             Denny/ Jones, Jesse/ Coleman
                      SP: Harris
Relating to corrected reports, registrations, and statements filed
with the Texas Ethics Commission.
1 FLOOR AMENDMENT

HB 1826             Grusendorf                 SP: West, Royce
Relating to the use of school district resources for the
maintenance of real property not owned or leased by the district.
1 FLOOR AMENDMENT

HB 1867 (CS)        Naishtat                   SP: Zaffirini
Relating to the transfer of money appropriated to provide care for
certain persons in nursing facilities to provide community-based
services to those persons.

HB 2120             Allen, Ray/ Jackson, Jim   SP: Lindsay
Relating to the administration and powers of county government.
14 FLOOR AMENDMENTS

HB 2161 (CS)(LC)    West, George "Buddy"       SP: Seliger
Relating to the power of the Railroad Commission of Texas to adopt
and enforce safety standards and practices applicable to the
transportation by pipeline of certain substances and to certain
pipeline facilities; imposing an administrative penalty.
3 FLOOR AMENDMENTS

HB 2199 (A)(LC)     Madden/ Branch/ et al.     SP: Deuell
Relating to the salaries of a county elections administrator and
the administrator's employees.

HB 2201 (CS)(LC)    Hughes/ Hopson/ Cook, Robby/ Kolkhorst/ Homer/
                      et al.                     SP: Estes
Relating to implementing a clean coal project in this state.
2 FLOOR AMENDMENTS

HB 2221             Luna/ Morrison/ Turner/ Callegari
                      SP: West, Royce
Relating to the territory of a public junior college district and
to the provision of services by a junior college district to
students residing outside the district.
1 FLOOR AMENDMENT

HB 2257             Gallego                    SP: Madla
Relating to the speed limit on certain highways in rural counties.
1 FLOOR AMENDMENT

HB 2329 (CS)        Morrison/ et al.           SP: Ogden
Relating to authorizing the issuance of revenue bonds or other
obligations to fund capital projects at public institutions of
higher education.
1 FLOOR AMENDMENT

HB 2339             Corte/ Baxter              SP: Jackson, Mike
Relating to the provision of mail ballots to overseas voters and to
conforming adjustments to related dates, deadlines, and procedures.
1 COMMITTEE AMENDMENT
1 FLOOR AMENDMENT

HB 2422             Frost                      SP: Eltife
Relating to the designation of Farm-to-Market Road 2065 as the
Staff Sergeant Herbert S. Robertson, Jr., Memorial Highway.

HB 2525             Callegari                  SP: Lindsay
Relating to contracts by governmental entities for construction
projects and related professional services and to public works
performance and payment bonds.
4 FLOOR AMENDMENTS

HB 2572 (A)         Truitt/ Isett/ McReynolds/ Miller/ Coleman/ et al.
                      SP: Janek
Relating to the functions of local mental health and mental
retardation authorities.
2 COMMITTEE AMENDMENTS
5 FLOOR AMENDMENTS

HB 2647             Homer/ Phillips            SP: Deuell
Relating to designation of Farm-to-Market Road 68 in Fannin County
as Speaker Jimmy Turman Road.

HB 2651             Krusee                     SP: Ogden
Relating to the regulation of subsurface area drip dispersal
systems by the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality.

HB 2667 (LC)        Dutton                     SP: Gallegos
Relating to the election of a director of a municipal utility
district.
1 FLOOR AMENDMENT

HB 2668             Dutton                     SP: Wentworth
Relating to the performance by a private entity of the functions of
a local child support registry or a child support enforcement
agency and to the receipt, disbursement, and monitoring of child
support payments.
1 FLOOR AMENDMENT

HB 2793             Bonnen                     SP: Jackson, Mike
Relating to the removal and collection of convenience switches from
motor vehicles; providing penalties.
1 FLOOR AMENDMENT

HB 2795             Hartnett                   SP: Averitt
Relating to certain appointments made by the governor and the chief
justice of the supreme court.
1 FLOOR AMENDMENT

HB 2815 (LC)        Campbell                   SP: Madla
Relating to the Concho River Watermaster Program.
1 FLOOR AMENDMENT

HB 2819             Rose/ Leibowitz            SP: Madla
Relating to access to state electronic and information resources by
individuals with disabilities.
1 FLOOR AMENDMENT

HB 2876 (CS)(LC)    Callegari/ Gattis/ Hope/ Howard/ Smith, Wayne/
                      et al.                     SP: Armbrister
Relating to certificates of public convenience and necessity for
water service and sewer service.
2 FLOOR AMENDMENTS

HB 2894 (CS)        Phillips                   SP: Deuell
Relating to the marketing and sale of certain license plates by a
private vendor.

HB 2928             Kolkhorst/ Cook, Byron/ Chisum/ McReynolds/ et al.
                      SP: Seliger
Relating to projects that may be undertaken by certain development
corporations with respect to business enterprises or business
development.
3 FLOOR AMENDMENTS

HB 3001 (CS)        Morrison/ et al.           SP: Duncan
Relating to the amount of the annual constitutional appropriation
to certain agencies and institutions of higher education and to the
allocation of those funds to those agencies and institutions.
1 FLOOR AMENDMENT

HB 3041             Branch/ Hodge/ Alonzo/ Hartnett/ Anchia/ et al.
                      SP: West, Royce
Relating to the designation of the structure on Spur 366 connecting
the east and west levee of the Trinity River as the Margaret Hunt
Hill Bridge.

HB 3112             Corte                      SP: Wentworth
Relating to the security of computer networks in state government.
2 COMMITTEE AMENDMENTS
1 FLOOR AMENDMENT

HB 3181             Turner                     SP: Lindsay
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 3423             Morrison                   SP: Armbrister
Relating to the creation of the Victoria County Groundwater
Conservation District; providing authority to impose a tax and
issue bonds; abolishing the Crossroads Groundwater Conservation
District.

HB 3426             Chavez/ Moreno, Paul/ Haggerty/ Gonzales/
                      Guillen                    SP: Shapleigh
Relating to the establishment of a binational alcohol and substance
abuse task force.

HB 3482             Hegar/ Callegari/ Olivo/ Howard
                      SP: Armbrister
Relating to the creation of the North Fort Bend Water Authority;
providing authority to issue bonds; granting the power of eminent
domain; providing an administrative penalty.
1 FLOOR AMENDMENT

HB 3556 (LC)        Brown, Betty               SP: Deuell
Relating to the creation of Las Lomas Municipal Utility District
No. 4 of Kaufman County; providing authority to impose a tax and
issue bonds; granting the power of eminent domain.
3 FLOOR AMENDMENTS

HB 3568             Seaman                     SP: Zaffirini
Relating to the creation of the San Patricio County Groundwater
Conservation District; providing authority to impose a tax.

HB 3576             Mowery                     SP: Brimer
Relating to the powers, duties, administration, governance, and
functions of the Benbrook Water and Sewer Authority.


THE SENATE SUSPENDED THE REGULAR ORDER, READ THIRD TIME, AND PASSED:


HB 2145 (CS)(LC)    Hupp/ Seaman/ Grusendorf   SP: Deuell
Relating to prohibiting changes in certain prescription drug orders
without the approval of the prescribing health care practitioner.

HB 2233             Keffer, Jim                SP: Duncan
Relating to state and certain local fiscal matters; providing a
penalty.
5 FLOOR AMENDMENTS


THE SENATE SUSPENDED THE REGULAR ORDER, READ SECOND TIME, AND PASSED
 TO THIRD READING:


HB 2051 (CS)        Krusee                     SP: Nelson
Relating to the adoption of a state scenic byways program.


THE SENATE REFUSED TO SUSPEND THE REGULAR ORDER TO CONSIDER:


HB 599 (CS)        Eissler                    SP: Wentworth
Relating to erecting or maintaining certain outdoor signs or
advertising; creating an offense; providing penalties.


THE SENATE ADOPTED THE FOLLOWING RESOLUTIONS:


SR 993             Hinojosa
Recognizing May 25, 2005, as Corpus Christi Day at the State Capitol.

SR 997             Carona
Congratulating Norman Brinker on his many successes.

SR 1021             Ogden
Commending Major General Joseph F. Weber for his lifelong achievements and
service to the nation.

SCR 41             Staples
Recalling S.B. No. 1708 from the governor.


THE SENATE REFUSED TO CONCUR IN HOUSE AMENDMENTS AND REQUESTED
 THE APPOINTMENT OF A CONFERENCE COMMITTEE ON THE FOLLOWING:


SB 11             Staples                    SP: Delisi
Relating to security in public schools.

SB 409             Nelson                     SP: King, Phil
Relating to the continuation and functions of the Office of Public
Utility Counsel.

SB 419             Nelson                     SP: Solomons
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 1830             Zaffirini                  SP: Luna
Relating to the continuation of the quality assurance fee
applicable to intermediate care facilities for persons with mental
retardation.


THE FOLLOWING BILLS WERE PASSED ON THE LOCAL AND UNCONTESTED BILLS
 CALENDAR:


HB 34             Eissler                    SP: Williams
Relating to erecting an off-premise sign adjacent to and visible
from certain roads.

HB 39             Eissler                    SP: Staples
Relating to outdoor burning of household refuse in certain
counties; creating an offense.

HB 43             Davis, Yvonne              SP: Ellis
Relating to requiring the Texas Department of Criminal Justice to
conduct a mandatory human immunodeficiency virus test on certain
inmates and state jail felons.

HB 51             Smith, Todd/ Pena/ et al.  SP: Zaffirini
Relating to the punishment prescribed for and conditions of
community supervision imposed on certain persons who commit
intoxication offenses.

HB 62             McClendon                  SP: Eltife
Relating to procedures for appealing a residential eviction suit.

HB 75             Hope                       SP: Duncan
Relating to the selection of a jury in criminal and civil cases.

HB 107             Van Arsdale/ Hartnett/ Hughes/ et al.
                      SP: Carona
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 133             Brown, Fred                SP: Ogden
Relating to the award of academic credit to a student at an
institution of higher education for the completion of certain
military training.

HB 135             Solomons/ Jackson, Jim     SP: Harris
Relating to regulation of health spas.

HB 148             Harper-Brown               SP: Carona
Relating to the probationary period of persons appointed to
beginning positions in certain fire or police departments.

HB 157             Cook, Byron/ Pena/ Paxton/ Branch/ et al.
                      SP: Averitt
Relating to the conditions of community supervision for certain
persons convicted of an intoxication offense.

HB 178             Denny                      SP: Averitt
Relating to the use of electronically readable information from a
driver's license or personal identification card in an election.

HB 192             Eissler                    SP: Williams
Relating to the determination of the validity of certain Montgomery
County Hospital District election petitions.

HB 201             Goodman/ et al.            SP: Van de Putte
Relating to the eligibility of a spouse for spousal maintenance in
a suit for dissolution of a marriage.

HB 251             Eissler                    SP: Williams
Relating to the release of certain information regarding a workers'
compensation claim.

HB 266             Smith, Wayne               SP: Lindsay
Relating to the time for processing certain county permits.

HB 269             Keel/ Casteel/ Hupp/ Hodge/ Talton/ et al.
                      SP: West, Royce
Relating to the effect of an expunction.

HB 270             Farrar/ Leibowitz          SP: Zaffirini
Relating to court-ordered access to a child by the child's sibling.

HB 312             McReynolds                 SP: Staples
Relating to the additional tax imposed on land appraised for ad
valorem taxation as timber land that is claimed as part of a
residence homestead or diverted to certain other uses.

HB 363             Hegar                      SP: Armbrister
Relating to the declination of certain property and casualty
insurance policies.

HB 365             Hegar                      SP: Armbrister
Relating to the date of the election of directors for the Coastal
Bend Groundwater Conservation District.

HB 370             Farabee                    SP: Madla
Relating to deferred disposition of certain traffic offenses by
certain holders of out-of-state driver's licenses.

HB 381             Kolkhorst                  SP: Armbrister
Relating to the service area of the Blinn College District.

HB 383             Dutton/ et al.             SP: Hinojosa
Relating to the right of certain persons to discipline a child.

HB 401             Villarreal                 SP: Averitt
Relating to providing information to certain persons about the
availability of volunteer income tax assistance programs and the
federal earned income tax credit.

HB 407             Uresti                     SP: Madla
Relating to coverage for school district employees under certain
health benefit plans.

HB 418             Turner                     SP: Whitmire
Relating to an exception to the 72-hour waiting period for a
marriage ceremony for certain individuals.

HB 473             West, George "Buddy"       SP: Armbrister
Relating to examinations for licenses to engage in certain
liquefied petroleum gas-related activities.

HB 474             West, George "Buddy"/ et al.
                      SP: Armbrister
Relating to the duty of a gas utility to report certain
transactions to the Railroad Commission of Texas.

HB 480             Keel                       SP: Wentworth
Relating to the towing and storage of certain vehicles; providing a
penalty.

HB 484             West, George "Buddy"       SP: Armbrister
Relating to the filing of electric logs with the Railroad
Commission of Texas.

HB 505             Hilderbran/ Cook, Byron    SP: Madla
Relating to the discharge of a firearm across a property line;
providing a penalty.

HB 506             Hilderbran                 SP: Jackson, Mike
Relating to hunting on or over certain submerged land; providing a
penalty.

HB 511             Hochberg/ Vo/ Herrero/ Leibowitz
                      SP: Van de Putte
Relating to the processing of consumer rebates.

HB 573             Flynn                      SP: Duncan
Relating to collateral for deposits of public school funds.

HB 578             Campbell                   SP: Armbrister
Relating to the inclusion in a regional water plan of information
regarding water infrastructure facilities that may be used in an
emergency shortage of water.

HB 582             Reyna                      SP: Whitmire
Relating to the prosecution of the offense of taking or attempting
to take a stun gun from a peace officer, parole officer, or
community supervision and corrections department officer.

HB 616             Callegari                  SP: Lindsay
Relating to a landowner's liability for injuries incurred during
certain recreational activities.

HB 617             McCall/ Gallego            SP: Duncan
Relating to contributions made by and the service retirement
annuity paid to certain members of the Judicial Retirement System
of Texas Plan Two.

HB 637             Goolsby                    SP: Zaffirini
Relating to authorizing an extension of credit secured by a
residence homestead in which a minor or ward has an ownership
interest.

HB 638             Hegar                      SP: Armbrister
Relating to the applicability of procedures governing restrictive
covenants in certain residential subdivisions.

HB 647             Krusee                     SP: Ogden
Relating to the issuance of county obligations for public
improvements and to the review and approval of refunding bonds by
the attorney general.

HB 659             Hupp                       SP: Fraser
Relating to authorizing a qualified organization under the
Charitable Raffle Enabling Act to conduct a reverse raffle.

HB 669             Jones, Jesse               SP: Carona
Relating to a study of the feasibility of requiring registration of
certain assisted living facilities.

HB 677             Thompson/ Anchia/ et al.   SP: Wentworth
Relating to emergency services for sexual assault survivors.

HB 681             Gattis                     SP: Ogden
Relating to the forfeiture of good conduct time from inmates who
file frivolous applications for writ of habeas corpus.

HB 698             McCall                     SP: Averitt
Relating to the creation and disposal of certain materials that
contain personal identifying information; providing a civil
penalty.

HB 699             McCall/ Miller             SP: Carona
Relating to prosecution and punishment of certain offenses relating
to a driver's license or personal identification certificate.

HB 703             Elkins                     SP: Lindsay
Relating to the deferral of adjudication in cases involving certain
misdemeanor traffic offenses.

HB 706             Haggerty                   SP: Whitmire
Relating to the adoption of the Interstate Compact for Juveniles.

HB 731             Jackson, Jim/ Smith, Wayne SP: Madla
Relating to an electronic requisition system for counties.

HB 765             Menendez                   SP: Van de Putte
Relating to notice of coverage under certain group health insurance
policies and standard health benefit plans.

HB 776             Howard/ Hegar              SP: Janek
Relating to the Wharton County Junior College District service
area.

HB 790             Crownover/ Luna/ Eissler/ Zedler/ Dukes/ et al.
                      SP: Nelson
Relating to the conduct of newborn screening by the Department of
State Health Services.

HB 809             Hilderbran/ et al.         SP: Staples
Relating to excepting certain motor vehicles owned by an individual
and used for the production of income from required rendition for
ad valorem tax purposes.

HB 825             Talton                     SP: Whitmire
Relating to the prosecution of the offense of interference with
public duties.

HB 831             Gonzales/ Hartnett         SP: Lucio
Relating to the eligibility of certain judges to retire with full
benefits.

HB 853             Solomons/ Leibowitz/ et al.
                      SP: Harris
Relating to the return of merchandise; providing a civil penalty.

HB 858             Kolkhorst/ Cook, Robby     SP: Armbrister
Relating to the issuance of a marriage license to applicants who
are unable to personally appear before the county clerk.

HB 860             Casteel                    SP: Ellis
Relating to charitable contributions by state employees to certain
General Land Office programs.

HB 868             Ritter                     SP: Williams
Relating to the establishment of a Center for Excellence in Deaf
Studies and Deaf Education at Lamar University.

HB 900             Chavez/ Woolley/ Veasey/ Cook, Byron/ Castro/
                      et al.                     SP: Zaffirini
Relating to the requirement that workforce development programs
provide training in financial literacy.

HB 915             Woolley                    SP: Whitmire
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 934             Taylor                     SP: Hinojosa
Relating to notice requirements in certain proceedings relating to
charitable trusts.

HB 967             Haggerty                   SP: Whitmire
Relating to administration of the criminal justice information
system.

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

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

HB 975             Madden                     SP: Harris
Relating to a deposition taken of a witness in a criminal action.

HB 994             Gonzales/ Pena/ Martinez/ Guillen
                      SP: West, Royce
Relating to the tuition charged for certain courses repeated by
students attending public junior colleges and public technical
institutes.

HB 1012             Hilderbran                 SP: Whitmire
Relating to the offense of abuse of a corpse and to the offense of
criminal mischief in certain circumstances; providing a criminal
penalty.

HB 1030             Taylor                     SP: Jackson, Mike
Relating to availability of preferred providers.

HB 1054             Hope                       SP: Staples
Relating to the creation of the Montgomery County Municipal Utility
District No. 100; providing authority to impose a tax and issue
bonds; granting the power of eminent domain.

HB 1055             Hope                       SP: Staples
Relating to the creation of the Montgomery County Municipal Utility
District No. 101; providing authority to impose a tax and issue
bonds; granting the power of eminent domain.

HB 1063             Oliveira                   SP: Lucio
Relating to a fee to support the wellness, recreational, and
fitness complex at The University of Texas at Brownsville.

HB 1071             Uresti                     SP: Van de Putte
Relating to the format in which certain reports of political
contributions and expenditures are filed.

HB 1079             West, George "Buddy"       SP: Seliger
Relating to the eligibility of certain judges to retire with full
benefits.

HB 1092             Smith, Wayne               SP: Gallegos
Relating to the authority of certain counties to remove property
from county roads.

HB 1102             Miller                     SP: Fraser
Relating to certain student fees at Tarleton State University.

HB 1106             Howard                     SP: Janek
Relating to the repeal of the Public School Facilities Funding Act.

HB 1111             King, Phil/ Zedler         SP: Brimer
Relating to admission to open-enrollment charter schools that
specialize in performing arts.

HB 1114             Nixon                      SP: Duncan
Relating to contributions by and benefits for certain members and
retirees under the Judicial Retirement System of Texas Plan One and
Plan Two.

HB 1126             Uresti                     SP: Madla
Relating to exemptions from the law governing emergency medical
services for certain transfer vehicles and staff and to the minimum
qualifications for obtaining an emergency medical services provider
license.

HB 1132             Haggerty                   SP: Averitt
Relating to the regulation of and rights of private security
personnel.

HB 1140             Flynn                      SP: Averitt
Relating to the specifications and fees for legal papers filed with
a county clerk.

HB 1161             Farabee                    SP: Armbrister
Relating to the provision of certain information to owners of oil
or gas royalty interests by the Railroad Commission of Texas.

HB 1162             Farabee                    SP: Armbrister
Relating to the training, examination, and seminar attendance
requirements for applicants for or holders of licenses or
registrations to perform certain activities pertaining to
compressed natural gas or liquefied natural gas.

HB 1173             Brown, Fred                SP: Ogden
Relating to the regulation of the use of postsecondary credits and
degrees, persons offering or granting certain postsecondary credits
and degrees, and the manner of offering or granting those credits
and degrees; providing criminal penalties.

HB 1181             Dutton/ et al.             SP: Wentworth
Relating to access to criminal history record information by a
domestic relations office.

HB 1188             Hartnett/ Anchia           SP: West, Royce
Relating to tax increment financing.

HB 1215             Morrison                   SP: Armbrister
Relating to the degree programs offered by the University of
Houston-Victoria.

HB 1234             Paxton                     SP: Harris
Relating to the appointment of substitute trustees in certain
foreclosures.

HB 1244             Hopson                     SP: Ogden
Relating to specialty license plates for classic travel trailers.

HB 1248             Villarreal/ Leibowitz      SP: Wentworth
Relating to erecting an off-premise sign adjacent to and visible
from certain roads.

HB 1253             Kuempel                    SP: Armbrister
Relating to projects that may be undertaken by certain development
corporations for career centers.

HB 1268             Bohac                      SP: Janek
Relating to the information included on a voter registration
application.

HB 1274             Hardcastle                 SP: Estes
Relating to the service area of the Ranger Junior College District.

HB 1287             Leibowitz                  SP: Madla
Relating to county abatement of a public nuisance.

HB 1294             Rose/ Cook, Byron          SP: Williams
Relating to interlocutory appeals.

HB 1323             Swinford/ Brown, Betty     SP: Seliger
Relating to the prosecution of the offense of credit card or debit
card abuse.

HB 1353             Cook, Robby                SP: Duncan
Relating to creation and operation of a guaranty fund for certain
groups certified to self insure for workers' compensation insurance
coverage and to service companies that administer the guaranty
fund.

HB 1366             Allen, Ray                 SP: Janek
Relating to the regulation of nursing.

HB 1399             Dutton                     SP: Whitmire
Relating to notice of a landlord's motor vehicle towing or parking
rules and policies and to liability arising from certain actions of
a towing service; providing a civil penalty.

HB 1404             Deshotel                   SP: Hinojosa
Relating to the fees collected by a county clerk for certain
filings in pending probate actions.

HB 1413             Truitt/ Solomons/ Hamric   SP: Whitmire
Relating to the continuation and functions of the Texas State Board
of Examiners of Marriage and Family Therapists.

HB 1414             Rodriguez                  SP: Ellis
Relating to the acceptance and counting of certain ballots voted by
mail.

HB 1426             Anderson                   SP: Armbrister
Relating to the confidentiality of certain information in a rabies
vaccination certificate.

HB 1438             Talton                     SP: Whitmire
Relating to continuing education for peace officers.

HB 1449             Dutton/ Goodman            SP: Harris
Relating to suits affecting the parent-child relationship,
including proceedings for the establishment, modification, and
enforcement of child support; providing a civil penalty.

HB 1462             Flores                     SP: Hinojosa
Relating to the referral by the Texas Water Development Board of
certain persons to another state agency, office, or division for
investigation or enforcement action.

HB 1470             Hegar                      SP: Hinojosa
Relating to the collection of certain administrative fees by a
community supervision and corrections department.

HB 1472             Casteel                    SP: Wentworth
Relating to the creation of a management trust by a probate court.

HB 1475             Eiland                     SP: Williams
Relating to repealing certain authority regarding taxation and
financing by the Chambers County Public Hospital District No. 1.

HB 1484             Talton                     SP: Whitmire
Relating to the penalty for failing to perform certain duties
following a vehicle accident.

HB 1502             Davis, John                SP: Nelson
Relating to payment for medical assistance provided to an
individual who is dually eligible for Medicaid and Medicare.

HB 1509             Denny                      SP: Jackson, Mike
Relating to the requirements for the validity of a signature on
certain petitions.

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

HB 1547             Pickett/ Chavez/ Guillen/ Quintanilla/ Menendez
                      SP: Van de Putte
Relating to the form of the loan contract and related documents for
a consumer loan.

HB 1571             Taylor                     SP: Averitt
Relating to requirements for a group life insurance policy to be
issued for certain employee groups.

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

HB 1575             Dutton/ Goodman            SP: West, Royce
Relating to juvenile delinquency; providing a criminal penalty.

HB 1580             Bohac                      SP: Lindsay
Relating to the period for preserving precinct election records.

HB 1582             Chavez/ Leibowitz          SP: Ellis
Relating to a study of residential foreclosures in certain
counties.

HB 1584             Casteel/ Solomons          SP: Madla
Relating to requiring the operator of a vehicle storage facility to
accept certain forms of payment for the delivery or storage of a
vehicle.

HB 1589             Driver                     SP: Williams
Relating to the administration of polygraph examinations to certain
applicants for positions in the Department of Public Safety.

HB 1596             Paxton                     SP: Nelson
Relating to the regulation of motor-assisted scooters.

HB 1610             Chisum                     SP: Brimer
Relating to a county fee for an activity that excavates or cuts the
surface of a county road.

HB 1614             Denny/ et al.              SP: Duncan
Relating to supervision of a primary election by the county
executive committee.

HB 1631             Hilderbran                 SP: Fraser
Relating to amendment of restrictions governing certain residential
subdivisions.

HB 1632             Hope                       SP: Staples
Relating to the powers of a property owners' association relating
to restrictive covenants in certain subdivisions.

HB 1636             Allen, Ray                 SP: Armbrister
Relating to residency in relation to a license or permit or certain
hunting and catching restrictions of the Parks and Wildlife
Department; providing a penalty.

HB 1647             Hughes                     SP: Fraser
Relating to the appointment of a campaign treasurer and the filing
of reports by a political party's county executive committee that
accepts or makes a certain amount of political contributions or
expenditures.

HB 1648             Hughes                     SP: Eltife
Relating to the expansion of the boundaries of the Wood County
Central Hospital District of Wood County.

HB 1659             Chavez                     SP: Lucio
Relating to the designation of certain areas of this state as
enterprise zones under the enterprise zone program.

HB 1664             Harper-Brown/ et al.       SP: Shapiro
Relating to the reporting of political contributions and
expenditures by certain political committees.

HB 1672             Howard                     SP: Janek
Relating to costs imposed in connection with the collection and
enforcement of certain tolls.

HB 1673             Cook, Robby                SP: Armbrister
Relating to the procedure for conversion and creation of a special
utility district.

HB 1681             McCall                     SP: Seliger
Relating to the imposition of sanctions on an inmate who refuses to
cooperate in the taking of a sample or specimen to create a DNA
record.

HB 1718             Zedler                     SP: Nelson
Relating to the regulation of certain nursing practices.

HB 1733             Swinford                   SP: Armbrister
Relating to prohibiting disclosure of certain records or reports by
the Texas Feed and Fertilizer Control Service.

HB 1737             Flores/ McClendon          SP: Zaffirini
Relating to the establishment of a dual usage educational complex
by a junior college district and other political subdivisions or
institutions of higher education.

HB 1740             Seaman                     SP: Armbrister
Relating to authorizing the City of Aransas Pass to acquire certain
state property.

HB 1744             Seaman                     SP: Hinojosa
Relating to the operation of the Fair Access to Insurance
Requirements (FAIR) Plan Association.

HB 1751             Pena                       SP: Whitmire
Relating to the procedures governing the payment of restitution by
criminal defendants.

HB 1767             Cook, Robby                SP: Armbrister
Relating to the regulation of veterinary medicine.

HB 1773             Miller                     SP: Averitt
Relating to the authority of certain counties to impose a hotel
occupancy tax and to the use of that tax revenue.

HB 1775             Taylor                     SP: Averitt
Relating to the meaning of certain terms used in a specified
disease insurance policy.

HB 1789             Callegari                  SP: Lindsay
Relating to certain obsolete documents issued in connection with
the licensing of drivers.

HB 1799             Denny                      SP: Fraser
Relating to a transfer and nonsubstantive revision of laws
governing the holding of local option elections regarding alcoholic
beverages.

HB 1812             Hamilton                   SP: Staples
Relating to annexation and incorporation procedures for certain
unincorporated areas in certain counties.

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

HB 1829             Wong                       SP: Averitt
Relating to authorizing certain institutions of higher education to
charge fees for processing or handling certain payments or payment
transactions.

HB 1831             Talton                     SP: Hinojosa
Relating to the definition of "convicted" for purposes of
eligibility to carry a concealed handgun.

HB 1851             King, Tracy                SP: Madla
Relating to erecting an off-premise sign adjacent to and visible
from certain roads.

HB 1890             Smithee/ Escobar           SP: Jackson, Mike
Relating to the operation and funding of the Texas Windstorm
Insurance Association, including funding of coverage for certain
catastrophic events through the establishment of a revenue bond
program.

HB 1891             Eiland                     SP: Jackson, Mike
Relating to certain insurers subject to the Texas Windstorm
Insurance Association.

HB 1896             Hodge/ Madden/ Allen, Ray/ Haggerty
                      SP: Whitmire
Relating to the application of laws awarding credit to an inmate
for time between release on and subsequent revocation of parole,
mandatory supervision, or conditional pardon.

HB 1919             Allen, Ray                 SP: Harris
Relating to notice in certain real property transactions concerning
public improvement districts.

HB 1925             Driver                     SP: Brimer
Relating to removal or covering of certain signs in a construction
or maintenance work zone.

HB 1928             Moreno, Joe E./ Anchia/ et al.
                      SP: Gallegos
Relating to the reimbursement of medical expenses incurred by
county jailers and detention officers exposed to certain contagious
diseases.

HB 1934             Gonzalez Toureilles/ Brown, Fred
                      SP: Gallegos
Relating to security fees for justice courts.

HB 1939             Ritter                     SP: Fraser
Relating to certain disqualifications for unemployment compensation
benefits for assigned employees of staff leasing services
companies.

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

HB 1945             Hilderbran/ et al.         SP: Madla
Relating to the filing of personal financial statements by the
state chair of a political party.

HB 1959             McReynolds                 SP: Armbrister
Relating to the hunting of deer with dogs and the taking of
wildlife resources without the consent of the landowner; providing
penalties.

HB 1977             Gallego                    SP: Gallegos
Relating to the presentation of Star of Texas awards to peace
officers, firefighters, and emergency medical first responders who
are killed or sustain serious or fatal injuries in the line of
duty.

HB 1981             Blake/ McReynolds          SP: Staples
Relating to the amount of the fee that the Pineywoods Groundwater
Conservation District may impose on a well.

HB 1984             Bohac                      SP: Janek
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 1986             Solomons                   SP: Nelson
Relating to the administration and powers of a coordinated county
transportation authority.

HB 1987             Bonnen                     SP: Armbrister
Relating to the regulation of underground and aboveground storage
tanks.

HB 1996             Hunter                     SP: Duncan
Relating to the election of directors of the Wes-Tex Groundwater
Conservation District.

HB 1999             Van Arsdale/ et al.        SP: Lindsay
Relating to the preparation of medical history reports by parents
who relinquish children for adoption.

HB 2026             Hilderbran                 SP: Jackson, Mike
Relating to the recovery of certain enforcement-related costs and
to the taking and possession of certain wildlife or eggs, including
requirements related to taxidermy and tanning and to harmful
aquatic plants; imposing penalties.

HB 2027             Hilderbran                 SP: Armbrister
Relating to the use of certain weapons in or on the beds or banks
of certain rivers and streams in particular counties; providing a
penalty.

HB 2036             Allen, Ray                 SP: Shapiro
Relating to the regulation of sex offender treatment providers and
the treatment of sex offenders; providing a penalty.

HB 2059             Madden/ et al.             SP: Jackson, Mike
Relating to the period of voter registration of a person registered
by a federal postcard application.

HB 2064             Goolsby                    SP: Carona
Relating to private club alcoholic beverage permits issued to a
fraternal or veterans organization.

HB 2065             Goolsby                    SP: Carona
Relating to operation of the holder of a private club registration
permit under the Alcoholic Beverage Code.

HB 2068             Anderson                   SP: Averitt
Relating to the designation of certain state agencies as voter
registration agencies.

HB 2069             Anderson                   SP: Averitt
Relating to contracts to provide election services to a political
party.

HB 2071             Rose/ Leibowitz            SP: Van de Putte
Relating to the designation of U.S. Highway 281 as the American
Legion Memorial Highway.

HB 2077             Kolkhorst                  SP: Staples
Relating to the prohibition of wireless communications devices in
correctional facilities operated by or under contract with the
Texas Department of Criminal Justice; providing penalties.

HB 2100             Delisi                     SP: Nelson
Relating to heirloom wedding anniversary certificates.

HB 2101             Delisi                     SP: Nelson
Relating to heirloom birth certificates.

HB 2104             Delisi                     SP: Nelson
Relating to the prosecution of the offense of hindering
apprehension or prosecution.

HB 2109             Berman                     SP: Shapiro
Relating to the Early High School Graduation Scholarship program.

HB 2134             Phillips                   SP: Shapleigh
Relating to the administration of the state infrastructure bank.

HB 2139             Phillips                   SP: Wentworth
Relating to certain agreements by the Texas Department of
Transportation involving pass-through tolls.

HB 2140             Phillips                   SP: Seliger
Relating to the provision of notice to affected political
subdivisions regarding the proposed construction of a reservoir.

HB 2157             Smithee                    SP: Harris
Relating to the receivership of insurers in this state; providing
penalties.

HB 2158             Delisi                     SP: Nelson
Relating to an exemption from annual registration fees for a
retired physician who provides volunteer medical services in a
disaster.

HB 2180             Anderson/ Dawson           SP: Averitt
Relating to donees of anatomical gifts.

HB 2194             Madden                     SP: Whitmire
Relating to the review of the results of competency examinations in
criminal cases by the Texas Correctional Office on Offenders with
Medical or Mental Impairments.

HB 2195             Madden                     SP: Whitmire
Relating to the disclosure of certain confidential health
information to the Texas Department of Criminal Justice.

HB 2197             Madden                     SP: Whitmire
Relating to the availability to the public of photographs of an
inmate confined by the Texas Department of Criminal Justice.

HB 2228             McCall/ Hegar/ Woolley/ Eiland/ Keel/ et al.
                      SP: Ellis
Relating to the creation of the offense of online sexual
solicitation of a minor.

HB 2235             Baxter                     SP: Barrientos
Relating to the merger of emergency services districts.

HB 2254             Rose/ Leibowitz/ Veasey    SP: Armbrister
Relating to reducing the penalty for a failure by a disabled or
elderly person to make a timely installment payment of ad valorem
taxes imposed on the person's residence homestead.

HB 2267             Smith, Wayne               SP: Ellis
Relating to the powers of the Coastal Water Authority; providing
the authority to impose a tax; affecting the authority to issue
bonds.

HB 2273             Cook, Byron                SP: Fraser
Relating to the administration of the unemployment compensation
system by the Texas Workforce Commission.

HB 2280             Denny                      SP: Fraser
Relating to the implementation of a statewide voter registration
system as required by the federal Help America Vote Act.

HB 2294             Cook, Robby                SP: Armbrister
Relating to the venue for certain crimes regarding misapplication
of property.

HB 2296             Cook, Robby                SP: Armbrister
Relating to the reduction of a state jail felony prosecution to a
misdemeanor prosecution.

HB 2300             Turner                     SP: Whitmire
Relating to the authority of metropolitan rapid transit authorities
to enter into comprehensive development agreements.

HB 2301             Turner                     SP: Ellis
Relating to proceedings involving the change of rates of a water
and sewer utility.

HB 2303             Driver                     SP: Armbrister
Relating to the regulation of and rights of private security
personnel.

HB 2309             Denny                      SP: Jackson, Mike
Relating to certain election processes and procedures.

HB 2333             Morrison                   SP: West, Royce
Relating to the qualifications of and training and continuing
education for certain officials and personnel of career schools or
colleges.

HB 2344             Luna                       SP: West, Royce
Relating to the Council on Cardiovascular Disease and Stroke.

HB 2348             Raymond/ Guillen           SP: Zaffirini
Relating to construction on a highway under the jurisdiction of the
Texas Department of Transportation by certain transit departments.

HB 2381             Hegar                      SP: Armbrister
Relating to posting on the Internet the notice of a meeting of the
governing body of a county and certain districts and political
subdivisions.

HB 2384             Madden/ Noriega, Melissa   SP: Whitmire
Relating to the composition of the Advisory Committee to the Texas
Board of Criminal Justice on Offenders with Medical or Mental
Impairments.

HB 2388             Thompson                   SP: Fraser
Relating to insurance fraud reporting requirements.

HB 2408             Bonnen                     SP: Wentworth
Relating to delivery to an employer of an order or writ for the
withholding of child support from an employee's earnings.

HB 2414             Keffer, Jim                SP: Fraser
Relating to jury service in certain counties.

HB 2428             Puente                     SP: Armbrister
Relating to water and energy saving performance standards for
commercial prerinse spray valves.

HB 2430             Puente/ Rose               SP: Armbrister
Relating to the establishment of a rainwater harvesting evaluation
committee and to standards for harvested rainwater.

HB 2437             Haggerty                   SP: Lucio
Relating to rate regulation of certain insurers writing personal
automobile insurance.

HB 2440             West, George "Buddy"       SP: Armbrister
Relating to the regulation by the Railroad Commission of Texas of
activities associated with multiple accumulations of hydrocarbons
from which production by commingling of hydrocarbons is authorized.

HB 2441             Leibowitz                  SP: Van de Putte
Relating to the recreational facility fee at The University of
Texas at San Antonio.

HB 2454             Jones, Jesse               SP: Ellis
Relating to the eligibility of certain voters to vote a limited
ballot in a new county of residence.

HB 2458             Jones, Jesse               SP: Carona
Relating to authorizing the commissioners court of a county to
delegate its authority to make certain budget transfers.

HB 2463             Villarreal/ Menendez/ Flores/ Corte/ et al.
                      SP: Janek
Relating to the creation of a Medicaid health literacy pilot
program and 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 2470             Delisi                     SP: Nelson
Relating to the operations of and the funding mechanisms for
emergency medical services and trauma facility care in this state.

HB 2471             Delisi                     SP: Nelson
Relating to authorizing the Department of State Health Services to
issue a single license for multiple hospitals.

HB 2473             Delisi                     SP: Ellis
Relating to certain state publications maintained by the Texas
State Library and Archives Commission.

HB 2476             Delisi                     SP: Nelson
Relating to allowing the Texas Medical Disclosure Panel to hold
hearings by telecommunication methods.

HB 2495             Wong                       SP: Lindsay
Relating to the transfer of a motor vehicle title at a dealer
auction.

HB 2507             Bohac/ Bailey/ Allen, Alma SP: Ellis
Relating to the regulation of mobile food units and roadside food
vendors in certain populous areas.

HB 2509             Bohac                      SP: Ellis
Relating to jurisdiction of a municipal court over an action to
enforce certain vehicle dealer and manufacturer license plate laws.

HB 2526             Flores                     SP: Whitmire
Relating to the promotional activities of certain alcoholic
beverage license or permit holders.

HB 2574             Hamric/ Escobar            SP: Whitmire
Relating to the waiver of civil process continuing education
requirements for constables and deputy constables by the Commission
on Law Enforcement Officer Standards and Education.

HB 2581             Solomons                   SP: Armbrister
Relating to the regulation of a perpetual care cemetery and the
sale of interment rights in a mausoleum before completion of
construction.

HB 2590             Gonzales                   SP: Lucio
Relating to the issuance of a package store tasting permit to the
holder of a wine only package store permit.

HB 2594             Coleman                    SP: Nelson
Relating to the health disparities task force.

HB 2613             Eiland/ Seaman/ Taylor     SP: Averitt
Relating to the adoption of the Interstate Insurance Product
Regulation Compact.

HB 2618             Eiland                     SP: Nelson
Relating to county expenditures for certain health care services.

HB 2626             Smith, Wayne               SP: Lindsay
Relating to the penalties and fees imposed by municipalities and
counties in relation to certain false alarms.

HB 2627             Moreno, Paul               SP: Carona
Relating to certain requirements for issuance of a barbershop
permit.

HB 2630             Hill                       SP: Carona
Relating to procedures regarding the removal and storage of
vehicles.

HB 2639             Geren                      SP: Brimer
Relating to the powers and duties of the Tarrant Regional Water
District.

HB 2640             Jones, Delwin/ Isett       SP: Duncan
Relating to municipal civil service coverage for certain employees
of a fire department.

HB 2650             Krusee                     SP: Brimer
Relating to local government participation in the financing of
turnpike projects.

HB 2661             Krusee                     SP: Ogden
Relating to the use of competitive sealed proposals for certain
construction projects.

HB 2677             Driver                     SP: Seliger
Relating to certain employment records maintained by the Commission
on Law Enforcement Officer Standards and Education; providing an
administrative penalty.

HB 2694             Anchia                     SP: Carona
Relating to the eligibility of certain counties to use the
competitive proposal procedure for certain purchases.

HB 2695             Anchia                     SP: West, Royce
Relating to allowing a county to consider health insurance benefits
provided by a bidder to its employees when awarding a purchasing
contract.

HB 2696             Anchia/ Hartnett/ Jackson, Jim/ Vo/ et al.
                      SP: West, Royce
Relating to the licensing and regulation of massage therapy and
massage establishments and certain services related to massage;
providing penalties.

HB 2716             Swinford                   SP: Eltife
Relating to equal employment opportunity reports.

HB 2755             McReynolds/ Cook, Byron    SP: Duncan
Relating to the authority of certain development corporations to
undertake projects for the development, retention, or expansion of
business enterprises.

HB 2759             Taylor/ Smith, Todd/ Eiland/ Dawson/ Hegar
                      SP: Jackson, Mike
Relating to requirements for county election precincts.

HB 2765             Truitt                     SP: Nelson
Relating to the definition of a legally authorized representative
under the Texas Hospital Licensing Law.

HB 2767             Talton                     SP: Hinojosa
Relating to the release of a criminal defendant in certain cases
and the eligibility of and citation to certain individuals who act
as sureties on bail bonds.

HB 2769             Talton                     SP: Whitmire
Relating to the presentation of state flags to survivors of certain
deceased honorably retired peace officers.

HB 2772             Farabee                    SP: Duncan
Relating to health savings accounts and high-deductible health
plans implemented as a part of the group benefits program of the
Employees Retirement System of Texas.

HB 2791             Hodge                      SP: Deuell
Relating to the use of substance abuse treatment facilities and
other community corrections facilities for individuals referred for
treatment as part of a drug court or similar program.

HB 2810             Hochberg                   SP: Ellis
Relating to certain inquiries relating to an applicant for
individual health benefit plan coverage.

HB 2823             Rose                       SP: Madla
Relating to the form of payments made to certain disabled peace
officers under the Crime Victims' Compensation Act.

HB 2826             Truitt                     SP: Brimer
Relating to frivolous or bad-faith complaints filed with the Texas
Ethics Commission.

HB 2837             Allen, Ray                 SP: Seliger
Relating to the state's activities regarding education, vocational
training, and reintegration of offenders.

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

HB 2856             Uresti                     SP: Ellis
Relating to the repeal of the regulation of career counseling
services.

HB 2866             Bailey/ Edwards            SP: Whitmire
Relating to the right of certain municipalities to maintain local
control over wages, hours, and other terms and conditions of
employment.

HB 2879             Keffer, Bill               SP: Armbrister
Relating to requirements for certain amusement rides.

HB 2883             Smithee                    SP: Harris
Relating to the Texas Life, Accident, Health, and Hospital Service
Insurance Guaranty Association.

HB 2901             Hilderbran                 SP: Armbrister
Relating to a deer breeder's permit; providing a penalty.

HB 2926             Hamric                     SP: Wentworth
Relating to the procedure for listing property in the appraisal
records following certain ad valorem tax sales.

HB 2931             Delisi                     SP: Fraser
Relating to the authority of a municipality that includes or is
near a defense base to issue bonds for facilities to be leased to
the federal government.

HB 2940             Hilderbran                 SP: Estes
Relating to stamps for migratory and upland game bird hunting;
providing a penalty.

HB 2941             Eiland                     SP: Brimer
Relating to compensation of insurance agents.

HB 2942             Eiland                     SP: Jackson, Mike
Relating to license fees for commercial fish dealers and shrimp
boats.

HB 2956             Hamric                     SP: Lindsay
Relating to filing requirements for certain candidates for the
board of trustees of a junior college district.

HB 2957             Hamric                     SP: Gallegos
Relating to an exemption from the competitive bidding requirement
for certain purchases by an emergency services district.

HB 2959             Paxton/ et al.             SP: Zaffirini
Relating to the use of federal child care and development block
grant funds by local workforce development boards.

HB 2965             Seaman                     SP: Brimer
Relating to regulation of sharing of certain profits and fees by
premium finance companies and certain related persons or entities.

HB 2966             Seaman                     SP: Hinojosa
Relating to the criminal penalty for violating certain statutes
enforceable by, or ordinances, rules, or regulations of, navigation
districts or port authorities.

HB 2988             Nixon                      SP: Ellis
Relating to waiver of sovereign immunity.

HB 2999             Morrison                   SP: Armbrister
Relating to contracts between hospitals and preferred provider
benefit plan issuers.

HB 3024             Cook, Byron                SP: Brimer
Relating to the sale of fish collected from certain private
property.

HB 3029             Strama                     SP: Barrientos
Relating to eligibility of certain rural areas for certain state
assistance.

HB 3036             Deshotel                   SP: Janek
Relating to the number, terms, and removal of directors of certain
development corporations.

HB 3045             Kolkhorst/ Dunnam          SP: Ogden
Relating to the juvenile boards of Grimes, Leon, Madison, and
Walker Counties.

HB 3047             Veasey                     SP: Eltife
Relating to communication district or emergency communication
district participation in state travel services contracts.

HB 3048             Hopson                     SP: Staples
Relating to insurance coverage for certain structures.

HB 3101             Casteel                    SP: Wentworth
Relating to the filing for record of a plat or replat of a
subdivision of real property.

HB 3140             Hughes                     SP: Armbrister
Relating to exemption of certain electronic access control device
or alarm system manufacturers or providers from private security
regulation.

HB 3144             Hughes                     SP: Eltife
Relating to a prohibition on hunting on certain parts of Big Sandy
Creek in Wood County; providing penalties.

HB 3149             Wong                       SP: Van de Putte
Relating to inactive status for cosmetology certificate or license
holders.

HB 3152             Escobar/ Hodge             SP: Ellis
Relating to procedures applicable to waivers of the right to
counsel.

HB 3162             Noriega, Melissa           SP: Ellis
Relating to the temporary replacement of a member of a political
party's county executive committee who enters active military
service.

HB 3169             Crownover                  SP: Duncan
Relating to purchase of  equivalent membership service credit in
the Teacher Retirement System of Texas.

HB 3200             Madden/ McCall/ Laubenberg SP: Shapiro
Relating to single employer benefit plans.

HB 3221             Callegari                  SP: Lindsay
Relating to the records of certain vehicle repairs, sales, and
purchases; providing penalties.

HB 3235             Uresti                     SP: Van de Putte
Relating to providing interpreter services to certain recipients of
medical assistance or their parents or guardians.

HB 3250             Ritter                     SP: Fraser
Relating to the acquisition of unemployment compensation experience
after the transfer of an employing unit; providing penalties.

HB 3262             Escobar                    SP: Lucio
Relating to the validation of a governmental act or proceeding of
the Town of South Padre Island.

HB 3269             Blake/ McReynolds/ Dunnam/ et al.
                      SP: Staples
Relating to the duties of the Texas Historical Commission relating
to El Camino Real de los Tejas National Historic Trail.

HB 3297             Bohac                      SP: Staples
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 3300             Thompson                   SP: Averitt
Relating to reinstatement of a personal automobile insurance
policy.

HB 3302             Corte                      SP: Shapleigh
Relating to the membership and powers and duties of the Texas
Military Preparedness Commission.

HB 3333             Chavez                     SP: Madla
Relating to the sale or transfer of interest of real property to
certain federally recognized Indian tribes.

HB 3357             Delisi                     SP: Nelson
Relating to certain information required to be contained in an
application for or renewal of a hospital license.

HB 3376             Taylor                     SP: Lucio
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 3384             Chavez                     SP: Zaffirini
Relating to the authority of a junior college district or local
workforce development board to contract under the Interlocal
Cooperation Act.

HB 3409             Rose                       SP: Harris
Relating to the application of the municipal civil service law for
firefighters and police officers to certain municipalities.

HB 3425             Geren                      SP: Brimer
Relating to the use of certain exhibition vehicles.

HB 3428             Elkins                     SP: Seliger
Relating to financial institution accounts.

HB 3441             Herrero                    SP: Hinojosa
Relating to the exchange of benches between justices of the peace.

HB 3460             Baxter                     SP: Fraser
Relating to the interest rate to be paid on the deposits made by
customers of a water, electric, gas, or telephone utility.

HB 3461             Baxter/ Callegari          SP: Armbrister
Relating to the manner in which a municipality may impose a
moratorium on certain property development.

HB 3468             Isett                      SP: Van de Putte
Relating to an intensive reading and language intervention pilot
program.

HB 3469             Hochberg                   SP: Barrientos
Relating to the establishment of a program to provide grants to be
used to reduce emissions of diesel exhaust from school buses and to
the use of the Texas emissions reduction plan to fund the program.

HB 3476             Olivo                      SP: Armbrister
Relating to the creation of the Fort Bend County Municipal Utility
District No. 177; providing authority to impose a tax and issue
bonds; granting the power of eminent domain.

HB 3478             Corte                      SP: Wentworth
Relating to the exemption of certain municipalities, utilities, and
consumers from fees or taxes imposed by the Trinity Glen Rose
Groundwater Conservation District.

HB 3479             Rose                       SP: Wentworth
Relating to the South Buda Water Control and Improvement District
No. 1.

HB 3490             Denny                      SP: Nelson
Relating to the creation of The Lakes Fresh Water Supply District
of Denton County; providing authority to impose a tax and issue
bonds; granting the power of eminent domain.

HB 3497             Gattis                     SP: Ogden
Relating to the creation of the Sonterra Municipal Utility
District; providing authority to impose a tax and issue bonds.

HB 3498             Brown, Betty               SP: Deuell
Relating to the creation, administration, powers, duties,
functions, operations, and financing of the Rose Hill Special
Utility District.

HB 3502             Turner                     SP: Whitmire
Relating to the creation of the Harris County Municipal Utility
District No. 406; providing authority to impose taxes and issue
bonds; granting the power of eminent domain.

HB 3513             Luna/ Seaman               SP: Hinojosa
Relating to the creation of the Corpus Christi Aquifer Storage and
Recovery Conservation District.

HB 3515             Casteel                    SP: Wentworth
Relating to the composition of the Comal County Juvenile Board.

HB 3518             Coleman                    SP: Ellis
Relating to the creation of the Harris County Improvement District
No. 6; providing authority to impose a tax and issue bonds.

HB 3519             Naishtat                   SP: Wentworth
Relating to the appointment of temporary justices of the peace in
certain counties.

HB 3520             King, Tracy                SP: Madla
Relating to the distribution of assessments charged by
Bexar-Medina-Atascosa Counties Water Control and Improvement
District No. 1.

HB 3524             Gattis                     SP: Ogden
Relating to the creation of the Williamson County Municipal Utility
District No. 19; providing authority to impose a tax and issue
bonds.

HB 3528             Bailey                     SP: Gallegos
Relating to property exemptions in, and the validation of certain
acts of, the Greater Greenspoint Management District of Harris
County.

HB 3530             Geren                      SP: Nelson
Relating to the creation of the City of Fort Worth Municipal
Utility District No. 2 of Tarrant County; providing authority to
impose a tax and issue bonds; granting the power of eminent domain.

HB 3531             Jackson, Jim               SP: Harris
Relating to the Dallas County district and county courts
administration and court services.

HB 3535             Denny                      SP: Nelson
Relating to the creation of the City of Fort Worth Municipal
Utility District No. 1 of Denton County; providing authority to
impose a tax and issue bonds; granting the power of eminent domain.

HB 3537             Keffer, Jim                SP: Estes
Relating to the board of directors of the Palo Pinto County
Hospital District.

HB 3541             Cook, Robby                SP: Ogden
Relating to the powers and duties of magistrates in Brazos County.

HB 3548             Gattis                     SP: Ogden
Relating to the creation of the Williamson County Municipal Utility
District No. 16; providing authority to impose a tax and issue
bonds.

HB 3549             Gattis                     SP: Ogden
Relating to the creation of the Williamson County Municipal Utility
District No. 21; providing authority to impose a tax and issue
bonds.

HB 3550             Bailey                     SP: Gallegos
Relating to the powers and duties of the Aldine Improvement
District; providing authority to impose a tax and issue bonds.

HB 3554             Howard                     SP: Janek
Relating to the creation of the Imperial Redevelopment District;
providing authority to impose taxes and issue bonds.

HB 3557             Talton                     SP: Harris
Relating to statutory probate court associate judges in certain
courts in Harris County.

HB 3560             Bohac                      SP: Whitmire
Relating to the boundaries and organization of the Spring Branch
Area Management District.

HB 3563             King, Phil/ Bailey/ Morrison/ Luna/ Swinford/
                      et al.                     SP: Staples
Relating to the use of anabolic steroids by public school students.

HB 3570             Martinez/ Pena/ Gonzales   SP: Hinojosa
Relating to the creation of an additional county court at law in
Hidalgo County.

HCR 35             Hamric                     SP: Harris
Authorizing the lieutenant governor and the speaker to appoint
interim joint committees.

HCR 88             Crabb                      SP: Duncan
Urging the Supreme Court of Texas and the Court of Criminal Appeals
of Texas, as necessary, to develop rules relating to the random
assignment to courts of appeals of cases pending or on appeal from
counties with overlapping appellate jurisdictions and relating to
determining the court of appeals precedent applicable in such
randomly assigned cases.

HCR 98             Guillen                    SP: Zaffirini
Designating pan de campo the Official State Bread of Texas.

HCR 105             Rose                       SP: Wentworth
Designating Buda as the official Outdoor Capital of Texas.

HCR 108             Castro/ Strama             SP: Wentworth
Designating the Blue Lacy as the official State Dog Breed of Texas.

HCR 117             Eiland                     SP: Jackson, Mike
Designating Elissa the official tall ship of Texas.

HCR 138             Martinez                   SP: Hinojosa
Memorializing Congress and the Department of Veterans Affairs to
support the veterans of South Texas by building a veterans hospital
in Weslaco, Texas.

HCR 153             Dutton                     SP: West, Royce
Requesting the Texas Legislative Council to schedule a revision of
the Family Code during the 2005-2006 interim.

SB 934             Wentworth/ Barrientos/ Ellis/ Hinojosa/ Lucio/
                      et al.
Relating to student representation on the board of regents of each
state university or state university system.

SB 1438             Madla
Relating to the ability of a commissioners court to appoint a
member to the board of an emergency services district.

SB 1890             Armbrister
Relating to the territory of the Plum Creek Conservation District.

SB 1897             Madla
Relating to the territory of the Culberson County Groundwater
Conservation District.

SB 1899             Zaffirini
Relating to the regulation of chemical dependency counselors.

SCR 37             Staples
Supporting Texas' application for a Mental Health Transformation
State Incentive Grant from the U.S. Department of Health and Human
Services.


THE FOLLOWING BILLS WERE REMOVED FROM THE LOCAL AND
 UNCONTESTED BILLS CALENDAR:


HB 1434 (CS)(LC)    Hamric/ Solomons/ Truitt/ Dunnam
                      SP: Jackson, Mike
Relating to the continuation and functions of the Texas Lottery
Commission.

HB 1579 (CS)(LC)    Kolkhorst/ Eiland/ Griggs/ Smith, Todd/ Berman/
                      et al.                     SP: Duncan
Relating to certain retired school employees and the powers and
duties of the Teacher Retirement System of Texas.

HB 2135 (A)(LC)     Phillips/ Hamric/ Truitt/ Homer/ Woolley
                      SP: Madla
Relating to the creation of a tourist-oriented directional sign
program.

HB 2162 (LC)        Branch                     SP: Shapiro
Relating to hospital and clinic fees collected by certain public
medical schools.

HB 2370 (LC)        McReynolds/ Blake/ Hughes/ et al.
                      SP: Staples
Relating to the regulation of poultry facilities.

HB 2589 (LC)        Davis, Yvonne/ Hartnett/ et al.
                      SP: Deuell
Relating to local control of fire fighter and police officer
employment matters in certain municipalities.

HB 2679 (LC)        Phillips                   SP: Deuell
Relating to the development of a regional water supply reservoir
project at a site known as Lower Bois d'Arc Creek in Fannin County,
Texas.

HB 2918 (LC)        Kuempel                    SP: Armbrister
Relating to resumption of employment within the Texas Municipal
Retirement System by a person who has filed an application for
retirement.

HB 3353 (LC)        Driver                     SP: Estes
Relating to the continuation of certain offenses and certain
statutes involving the interception of certain communications.

HB 3487 (LC)        Kuempel                    SP: Wentworth
Relating to the creation of the Schertz Municipal Utility District
No. 1; providing authority to impose a tax and issue bonds;
granting the power of eminent domain.

HCR 132 (LC)        Luna                       SP: Hinojosa
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.