SENATE FLOOR ACTION Saturday May 28, 2005 THE SENATE ADOPTED THE FOLLOWING RESOLUTIONS: HCR 194 Jones, Jesse SP: Deuell Designating July 2005 as Lawn Mower Safety Awareness Month. SR 1047 Ellis Suspending the limitations to go outside the bounds for HB 1830. SR 1060 Armbrister Suspending the limitations to go outside the bounds for HB 1835. SR 1071 Ogden Suspending limitations on conference committee jurisdiction S.B. 1. THE SENATE CONCURRED IN HOUSE AMENDMENTS TO THE FOLLOWING: SB 9 Staples SP: Corte Relating to homeland security; providing a penalty. SB 60 Lucio/ Ellis/ Hinojosa/ et al. SP: Goolsby/ et al. Relating to the representation of certain defendants in capital cases and to the punishment for a capital felony or other felony punishable by a term of imprisonment exceeding 99 years. SB 411 Whitmire SP: Hamric 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 526 Hinojosa SP: Martinez Relating to a county's authority to impose a records archive fee and to certain fees for records management and preservation. SB 874 Nelson SP: Hupp Relating to quality-of-care monitoring visits to long-term care facilities. SB 1038 Lucio SP: Oliveira Relating to authorizing a special events trust fund to support certain Olympic events, including training and development activities. SB 1131 Hinojosa SP: Seaman Relating to the conveyance of a ferry by the Texas Department of Transportation to certain counties and local government corporations and to the operation of ferries by regional mobility authorities. SB 1173 Armbrister SP: Solomons Relating to the regulation of a perpetual care cemetery and the sale of interment rights in a mausoleum before completion of construction. SB 1290 Wentworth SP: Chisum Relating to the sale or use of certain refrigerants. SB 1413 Shapleigh/ et al. SP: Smith, Wayne Relating to county brownfield cleanup and economic redevelopment programs. SB 1668 Estes SP: Baxter Relating to the consideration of payments to an affiliate in computing rates for electric utilities. SB 1710 Staples SP: Bonnen Relating to outdoor burning under the Texas Clean Air Act. SB 1831 Hinojosa SP: Luna Relating to the creation of the Corpus Christi Aquifer Storage and Recovery Conservation District. SB 1892 Madla SP: Uresti Relating to the creation of the Espada Development District; providing authority to impose taxes and issue bonds. THE SENATE GRANTED THE REQUEST FOR THE APPOINTMENT OF A CONFERENCE COMMITTEE ON THE FOLLOWING: HJR 80 Krusee SP: Ogden Proposing a constitutional amendment clarifying that certain economic development programs do not constitute a debt. HB 10 Pitts/ Denny SP: Ogden Relating to making supplemental appropriations and reductions in appropriations. 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. HB 260 Goodman SP: Averitt Relating to suits affecting the parent-child relationship and protective orders. HB 698 McCall SP: Averitt Relating to the creation and disposal of certain materials that contain personal identifying information; providing a civil penalty. HB 880 Delisi SP: Zaffirini Relating to attorney general review of certain contracts for health care purposes. HB 925 Chavez SP: Lucio Relating to creating an interagency work group on border issues. HB 955 Solomons SP: Averitt Relating to the regulation of financial businesses and practices; providing civil penalties. HB 1068 Driver SP: Hinojosa 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 SP: Nelson Relating to the governmental entities subject to the sunset review process. 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 1188 Hartnett/ Anchia SP: West, Royce Relating to tax increment financing. HB 1357 Flores SP: Seliger Relating to the civil consequences of certain alcohol-related offenses. 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 1772 Miller SP: Fraser Relating to permitting a general-law municipality to annex land in certain circumstances. 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 1800 Denny/ Jones, Jesse/ Coleman SP: Harris Relating to corrected reports, registrations, and statements filed with the Texas Ethics Commission. 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 2145 Hupp/ Seaman/ Grusendorf SP: Deuell Relating to prohibiting changes in certain prescription drug orders without the approval of the prescribing health care practitioner. HB 2161 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. HB 2201 Hughes/ Hopson/ Cook, Robby/ Kolkhorst/ Homer/ et al. SP: Estes Relating to implementing a clean coal project in this state. 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. HB 2233 Keffer, Jim SP: Duncan Relating to state and certain local fiscal matters; providing a penalty. HB 2329 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. HB 2335 Corte SP: Shapleigh Relating to certain duties of state agencies with regard to members of the United States armed forces and their dependents and the communities in which they reside. HB 2572 Truitt/ Isett/ McReynolds/ Miller/ Coleman/ et al. SP: Janek Relating to the functions of local mental health and mental retardation authorities. HB 2760 Taylor SP: Averitt Relating to regulation of rates for personal automobile and fire and allied lines insurance policies issued by a county mutual insurance company. HB 2793 Bonnen SP: Jackson, Mike Relating to the removal and collection of convenience switches from motor vehicles; providing penalties. HB 2795 Hartnett SP: Averitt Relating to certain appointments made by the governor and the chief justice of the supreme court. HB 2876 Callegari/ Gattis/ Hope/ Howard/ Smith, Wayne/ et al. SP: Armbrister Relating to certificates of public convenience and necessity for water service and sewer service. 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. 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 3001 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. HB 3333 Chavez SP: Madla Relating to the sale or transfer of interest of real property to certain federally recognized Indian tribes. 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. 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 3556 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. HB 3563 King, Phil/ Bailey/ Morrison/ Luna/ Swinford/ et al. SP: Staples Relating to the use of anabolic steroids by public school students.