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Supplemental House Calendar

Friday, May 13, 2011

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********** MAJOR STATE CALENDAR **********
HOUSE BILLS
THIRD READING

HB 9                Branch / Pitts / Taylor, Larry / Patrick, Diane / Villarreal / et al.

Relating to student success-based funding for public institutions of higher education.

HB 2594             Truitt / Rodriguez, Eddie / Harless / Farias / McClendon / et al.

Relating to the licensing and regulation of certain credit services organizations and the regulation of certain extensions of consumer credit obtained by those organizations or with regard to which the organizations provide assistance; providing an administrative penalty.


********** CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENTS CALENDAR **********
HOUSE JOINT RESOLUTIONS
THIRD READING

HJR 135             Phillips / Callegari / Hancock / Fletcher / Aliseda / et al.

Proposing a constitutional amendment relating to an individual's or a religious organization's freedom of religion.


********** GENERAL STATE CALENDAR **********
HOUSE BILLS
THIRD READING

HB 359              Allen / Nash / Shelton / Patrick, Diane / Torres

Relating to the use of corporal punishment in public schools.

HB 1244             Castro

Relating to developmental education courses and the assessment of student readiness under the Texas Success Initiative for public institutions of higher education.

HB 1250             Frullo

Relating to the use of facsimile signatures for certain documents involving certain municipalities.

HB 882              Alvarado / Harless / et al.

Relating to the creation of an offense prohibiting certain transactions involving malt liquor containing certain stimulants.

HB 51               Lucio III / Cook / et al.

Relating to energy efficiency standards for certain buildings and to high-performance design, construction, and renovation standards for certain government buildings and facilities.

HB 278              Alonzo

Relating to pretrial hearings in criminal cases.

HB 550              Dutton

Relating to an exemption to the requirement for a fishing license for residents of a certain age.

HB 680              Schwertner / Torres

Relating to complaints filed with the Texas Medical Board.

HB 940              Dukes / Zedler

Relating to persons subject to prosecution for improper relationship between educator and student.

HB 159              Raymond

Relating to the resumption of employment by certain retirees within the Texas Municipal Retirement System.

HB 1122             Weber / Gallego / Creighton / Martinez Fischer / Thompson / et al.

Relating to the trafficking of persons.

HB 1129             Kolkhorst

Relating to a study by the attorney general of the effects on state law and authority of certain international and other agreements and bodies.

HB 1476             Riddle

Relating to the grounds for revocation of an emergency medical services personnel certification.

HB 1608             Strama

Relating to participation in and contributions to the state employee charitable campaign by retired state employees.

HB 1677             Rodriguez, Eddie

Relating to the administration and funding of retirement systems for firefighters in certain municipalities.

HB 1793             Gutierrez

Relating to the practice of cosmetology.

HB 1856             Woolley

Relating to the prosecution of and punishment for the offense of tampering with a witness.

HB 2120             Miller, Doug / Button / McClendon / Chisum / et al.

Relating to the composition of the board of trustees of the Teacher Retirement System of Texas.

HB 2496             Gonzalez, Naomi / Gonzales, Veronica / Lucio III / Madden / Dukes / et al.

Relating to creating a teen dating violence court program and the deferral of adjudication and dismissal of certain dating violence cases.

HB 3268             Lyne

Relating to permits for air contaminant emissions of stationary natural gas engines used in combined heating and power systems.

HB 3542             Gonzales, Larry / Huberty / McClendon / Strama / Veasey / et al.

Relating to a supplemental payment for retirees of the Teacher Retirement System of Texas and the unfunded actuarial liabilities allowed under that system.

HB 3064             King, Phil / Torres

Relating to preventing the fraudulent issuance and use of disabled parking placards; providing a civil penalty.

HB 25               Guillen / Flynn / Pena / Gonzales, Veronica / White

Relating to the carrying of certain weapons in a watercraft.

HB 254              Hilderbran / Anderson, Rodney

Relating to establishing the Texas Derbies.

HB 2119             Madden

Relating to the requirement that the Texas Correctional Office on Offenders with Medical or Mental Impairments provide certain services and programs.

HB 2357             Pickett

Relating to motor vehicles; providing penalties.

HB 2507             Chisum

Relating to the offense of installing an irrigation system without a license.

HB 3167             Callegari

Relating to the abolishment of the state regulation of talent agencies and personnel services.

HB 3461             Margo

Relating to transferring adult education and literacy programs to the Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board from the Texas Education Agency.

HB 804              Lewis / Aliseda / Branch / Harless / Pena / et al.

Relating to the offense of illegal voting by a person who is not a United States citizen.

HB 3691             Gallego

Relating to the provision of certain programs and services by a community supervision and corrections department.

HB 3746             Frullo / Gallego / Menendez / Branch / et al.

Relating to investigations of certain offenses involving the Internet-based sexual exploitation of a minor; creating the Internet crimes against children account to support those activities.

HB 3747             McClendon / Miller, Doug / Lozano

Relating to the selection of and requirements for serving as a member of the board of trustees of the Teacher Retirement System of Texas.

HB 2383             Geren

Relating to a study regarding the reenactment of the franchise tax credit or providing other incentives for certain research and development activities.

HB 2884             Solomons

Relating to coordinated county transportation authorities; creating an offense.

HB 189              Smith, Todd / Martinez Fischer / Harless / et al.

Relating to the criminal and civil consequences for certain intoxication offenses and to certain fees associated with the enforcement and administration of certain of those consequences.

HB 31               Guillen

Relating to the period of license suspension after moving violations for a holder of a provisional driver's license.

HB 3275             Coleman

Relating to the operation and governance of tax increment financing reinvestment zones.

HB 2408             Darby / et al.

Relating to the regulation of the title insurance industry.

HB 963              Hartnett

Relating to the costs associated with proceedings regarding cruelly treated animals.

HB 1036             Legler

Relating to eligibility to file a sworn complaint with the Texas Ethics Commission.

HB 2060             Pena / Aliseda / Torres / Gonzales, Larry / Garza

Relating to the confidentiality of certain information regarding state election inspectors.

HB 2722             Perry

Relating to the state Medicaid program as the payor of last resort.

HB 2032             Darby

Relating to performance and payment security for certain comprehensive development agreements.

HB 677              Lucio III / et al.

Relating to cognitive-linguistic or neurocognitive assessments of participants in extracurricular athletic activities sponsored or sanctioned by the University Interscholastic League.

HB 197              Solomons / et al.

Relating to the provision of certain documentation before a person may engage in a licensed occupation; providing a criminal penalty.

HB 452              Lucio III / Raymond / et al.

Relating to temporary housing between academic terms for certain postsecondary students who have been under the conservatorship of the Department of Family and Protective Services.

HB 599              Jackson, Jim

Relating to the release of certain criminal history record information subject to an order of nondisclosure.

HB 629              Pickett

Relating to the use of municipal or county sales tax increment financing for a transportation reinvestment zone.

HB 1547             Larson

Relating to the desired future conditions of groundwater resources within groundwater management areas.

HB 2292             Hunter / Hopson

Relating to payment of claims to pharmacies and pharmacists.

HB 2493             Torres / et al.

Relating to authorizing enterprise project half designations and quarter designations under the enterprise zone program.

HB 2525             Harper-Brown

Relating to a mechanic's, contractor's, or materialman's lien for landscaping.

HB 2560             Sheffield / Driver / Legler / et al.

Relating to transporting a foster child in a vehicle where a handgun is in the possession of a foster parent licensed to carry a concealed handgun.

HB 2603             Smithee

Relating to the distribution of universal service funds to certain small and rural local exchange companies.

HB 2990             Deshotel

Relating to the electronic storage of personal identification information obtained from driver's licenses or personal identification certificates.

HB 1937             Simpson / Rodriguez, Eddie / Menendez / Kolkhorst / Chisum / et al.

Relating to prosecution and punishment for the offense of official oppression by the intrusive touching of persons seeking access to public buildings and transportation; providing penalties.

HB 3030             McClendon

Relating to the funding of projects in the boundaries of an intermunicipal commuter rail district.

HB 3237             Hernandez Luna / Alvarado / Gonzalez, Naomi

Relating to the establishment and operation of the Texas Women Veterans Program.

HB 3320             Hunter

Relating to costs related to the towing and storage of a motor vehicle for certain law enforcement purposes.

HB 3439             Raymond

Relating to missing children; providing a criminal penalty.

HB 1681             Harless / Anderson, Charles "Doc" / Legler / Nash

Relating to the composition of the Finance Commission of Texas.

HB 3474             Gallego

Relating to criminal offenses regarding the possession or consumption of alcoholic beverages by a minor and providing alcoholic beverages to a minor.

HB 3624             Hochberg

Relating to the eligibility of educational aides for tuition exemptions at public institutions of higher education.

HB 19               Riddle / Murphy / Fletcher / et al.

Relating to the prosecution and punishment of a person operating a motor vehicle without a license.

HB 3754             Hilderbran

Relating to powers and duties of the Office of Public Utility Counsel to represent residential and small commercial consumers in certain water or sewer utility service matters before the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality.

HB 3833             Phillips

Relating to the adoption of a uniform collaborative law Act in regard to family law matters.

HB 3018             Gutierrez / Hartnett

Relating to a policy of a school district concerning possession of a telecommunications device by a student.

HB 2365             Eissler

Relating to certain responsibilities of education research centers and to a joint advisory board for education research centers.

HB 59               Martinez, "Mando"

Relating to recipients of financial assistance administered by the Texas Department of Housing and Community Affairs.

HB 96               Fletcher / Burkett

Relating to the exclusion of certain witnesses during a criminal proceeding.

HB 326              Guillen

Relating to the reporting requirements of a state agency that is undergoing review by the Sunset Advisory Commission.

HB 230              Phillips

Relating to the authority of a county to regulate the location of halfway houses in the unincorporated areas of the county; providing a penalty.

HB 773              Anchia

Relating to creating an energy efficiency council to coordinate administration of energy efficiency programs.

HB 720              Hartnett / et al.

Relating to the designation of a person as a vexatious litigant.

HB 892              Howard, Charlie / et al.

Relating to the creation of the offense of unlawful transport of an illegal alien.

HB 1046             Fletcher

Relating to the confidentiality of certain personal information concerning current and former employees of certain divisions of the office of attorney general.

HB 1363             McClendon / Harper-Brown

Relating to the transfer of permit procedures and enforcement related to oversize and overweight vehicles from the Texas Department of Transportation to the Texas Department of Motor Vehicles.

HB 1408             Flynn

Relating to combination resident hunting and fishing licenses for military personnel.

HB 1429             Deshotel

Relating to rights and remedies of certain residential tenants and landlords; providing civil penalties.

HB 875              Howard, Charlie / et al.

Relating to the identification of certain defendants as foreign nationals who were not lawfully admitted to the United States or whose lawful status has expired and to their release on bail.

HB 1386             Coleman / Farrar / Marquez / et al.

Relating to the public health threat presented by youth suicide and to the prevention of associated discrimination, harassment, and bullying.

HB 2443             Price

Relating to the offense of remaining, parking vehicles, or erecting structures on certain state property.

HB 2449             Aliseda / Pena / et al.

Relating to the illegal possession of another person's ballot to be voted by mail.

HB 3390             Lavender

Relating to money allocated under the federal-aid highway program.

HB 3736             Martinez, "Mando"

Relating to appointment of a department head of a fire or police department in certain municipalities.


********** GENERAL STATE CALENDAR **********
SENATE BILLS
THIRD READING

SB 141              Eltife / et al.

SP: Anchia

Relating to debt management services and the regulation of debt management services providers.

SB 331              Shapiro / Estes / Fraser / Harris / Huffman / et al.

SP: Madden / Gallego / Bonnen / Coleman / Rodriguez, Eddie / et al.

Relating to designating certain synthetic cannabinoids as controlled substances under the Texas Controlled Substances Act; providing penalties and establishing certain criminal consequences or procedures.

SB 356              Watson / et al.

SP: Kleinschmidt

Relating to awards for certain members of the state military forces inducted into federal service in support of Operations Iraqi Freedom, New Dawn, and Enduring Freedom.

SB 1431             Carona

SP: Smithee

Relating to the functions of insurance holding company systems.

SB 1353             Eltife / Deuell / Fraser / Huffman / Nichols / et al.

SP: Solomons / Thompson / Phillips / Hartnett / Gonzales, Larry / et al.

Relating to certain claims against persons licensed as real estate brokers and salespersons.

SB 690              Carona

SP: Miller, Sid

Relating to the enforcement of a self-service storage facility lien; providing a penalty.

SB 1217             Estes

SP: Hilderbran

Relating to an excavator's duty to notify a notification center before excavating; providing civil and criminal penalties.

SB 403              Eltife

SP: Murphy

Relating to the consideration of pension and other postemployment benefits in establishing the rates of a gas utility.

SB 1140             Watson

SP: Hartnett

Relating to payment by a water control and improvement district for certain damages caused by the district's operation of a sanitary sewer system.

SB 509              Lucio

SP: Lozano

Relating to the validation of a home-rule charter for certain municipalities.

SB 1165             Carona

SP: Truitt

Relating to certain enforcement powers of the banking commissioner; providing administrative penalties.


********** LOCAL CONSENT AND RESOLUTIONS CALENDAR **********
HOUSE BILLS
THIRD READING

HB 2380             Shelton / Reynolds

Relating to employment by school districts of certain persons under probationary contracts.


********** POSTPONED BUSINESS **********
UNTIL 7:00 AM

SB 420              Deuell / et al.

SP: Taylor, Van

Relating to determining eligibility for indigent health care.


********** POSTPONED BUSINESS **********
UNTIL 7:30 AM

SB 652              Hegar

SP: Bonnen

Relating to governmental entities subject to the sunset review process.


********** POSTPONED BUSINESS **********
UNTIL 8:00 AM

SB 1338             Eltife

SP: Geren

Relating to the membership, powers, and duties of the State Preservation Board.


********** POSTPONED BUSINESS **********
UNTIL 10:00 AM

SB 5                Zaffirini

SP: Branch

Relating to the administration and business affairs of public institutions of higher education.


********** CONCURRENT RESOLUTIONS CALENDAR **********
HOUSE CONCURRENT RESOLUTIONS

HCR 129             Patrick, Diane / Torres

Notifying the U.S. Department of Education that certain career schools or colleges are legally authorized by the state of Texas to operate educational programs beyond secondary education.

HCR 50              Creighton / Taylor, Larry / Gonzales, Larry / Bonnen / Hilderbran / et al.

Affirming the pride of all Texans in both our one and indivisible national union and our one and indivisible state, claiming sovereignty under the Tenth Amendment to the Constitution of the United States over all powers not otherwise enumerated and granted to the federal government by the U.S. Constitution, serving notice to the federal government to cease and desist from certain mandates, and providing that certain federal legislation be prohibited or repealed.

HCR 66              Hancock / et al.

Urging the United States Congress to prevent the Environmental Protection Agency from regulating greenhouse gases for stationary sources.

HCR 21              Gallego

Urging Congress to reauthorize the Water Resources Development Act of 2007, Section 5056, and to appropriate sufficient funds so that efforts to solve the salt problem in the Amistad International Reservoir can continue.

HCR 60              Burkett / Flynn / Brown / Paxton / et al.

Urging Congress to propose and submit to the states for ratification the Parental Rights Amendment to the U.S. Constitution.

HCR 87              Veasey / Naishtat

Urging Congress to expand the Healthy Incentives Pilot for Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program recipients to communities across the country.

HCR 94              Flynn / Chisum / et al.

Urging Congress to repeal the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act.