Supplemental House Calendar

Friday, May 20, 2011



********** MAJOR STATE CALENDAR **********

SB 23               Nelson / et al.

SP: Zerwas

Relating to the administration of and efficiency, cost-saving, fraud prevention, and funding measures for certain health and human services and health benefits programs, including the medical assistance and child health plan programs.

SB 663              Nichols / Hegar

SP: Anchia

Relating to the continuation and functions of the State Committee of Examiners in the Fitting and Dispensing of Hearing Instruments; providing an administrative penalty.

SB 660              Hinojosa / Hegar

SP: Ritter

Relating to the review and functions of the Texas Water Development Board, including the functions of the board and related entities in connection with the process for establishing and appealing desired future conditions in a groundwater management area.

********** GENERAL STATE CALENDAR **********

SB 543              Hegar

SP: Taylor, Larry

Relating to a probate fee exemption for estates of certain law enforcement officers, firefighters, and others killed in the line of duty.

SB 710              Van de Putte

SP: Menendez

Relating to the disclosure of a hazardous drain in a swimming pool or spa by a seller of residential real property.

SB 864              Rodriguez

SP: Marquez

Relating to the services included in a retail price list provided by a funeral establishment.

SB 761              West

SP: Truitt

Relating to the employment of physicians by certain hospitals associated with nonprofit fraternal organizations.

SB 587              Uresti

SP: Darby

Relating to jurisdiction in certain proceedings brought by the attorney general with respect to charitable trusts.

SB 1416             Hinojosa / et al.

SP: Gallego / Pena / Fletcher

Relating to the creation of the offense of possession, manufacture, transportation, repair, or sale of a tire deflation device; providing criminal penalties.

********** POSTPONED BUSINESS **********

SB 1662             West / et al.

SP: Turner

Relating to the payment of costs associated with certain educational programs of Prairie View A&M University.

********** POSTPONED BUSINESS **********

HCR 66              Hancock / et al.

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

********** POSTPONED BUSINESS **********

SB 1811             Duncan

SP: Pitts

Relating to certain state fiscal matters; providing penalties.

********** MAJOR STATE CALENDAR **********

SB 31               Seliger

SP: Solomons

Relating to the composition of the districts for the election of members of the Texas Senate.

********** GENERAL STATE CALENDAR **********

SB 350              Williams

SP: Truitt

Relating to the restructuring of fund obligations and accounts of the Texas Municipal Retirement System and related actuarial and accounting procedures.

SB 341              Uresti / et al.

SP: Menendez / Larson

Relating to authorizing the dissolution of the Bexar Metropolitan Water District; providing a penalty.

SB 889              Carona

SP: Davis, Sarah

Relating to assignment of rents to holders of certain security interests in real property.

SB 181              Shapiro / Seliger / Watson / et al.

SP: Laubenberg / Creighton / Branch

Relating to the calculation and reporting of water usage by municipalities and water utilities for state water planning and other purposes.

SB 271              Uresti

SP: Menendez / Larson

Relating to the board of directors of the Bexar Metropolitan Water District.

SB 267              Williams / et al.

SP: Elkins

Relating to a joint statement regarding the transfer of a motor vehicle as the result of a gift.

SB 367              Ogden

SP: Cook

Relating to the review by the attorney general of invoices related to legal services provided to state agencies by outside counsel.

SB 680              Gallegos

SP: Woolley

Relating to a fee collected by a district clerk for certain certified copies.

SB 859              Duncan / Hegar / Nelson

SP: Smithee

Relating to small and large employer health group cooperatives.

SB 1167             Carona

SP: Hernandez Luna

Relating to cemeteries and perpetual care cemetery corporations; providing a penalty.

SB 29               Zaffirini

SP: Branch

Relating to the eligibility of certain postdoctoral fellows and graduate students to participate in health benefit programs at public institutions of higher education.

SB 385              Williams / et al.

SP: Otto / Smith, Wayne / Chisum / Anchia / Burkett

Relating to the creation of an alternative fuel program to be funded by the Texas emissions reduction plan fund.

SB 1000             Eltife / Hinojosa / Van de Putte / Williams / et al.

SP: Geren / Thompson / Hamilton / Darby / Otto / et al.

Relating to self-directed and semi-independent status of the Texas Real Estate Commission; making an appropriation.

SB 1030             Carona

SP: Anchia

Relating to notice by sign requirement for sexually oriented businesses.

SB 1035             Williams

SP: Harless

Relating to motor vehicle title services; providing penalties.

SB 1124             Carona

SP: Truitt / Solomons

Relating to licensing and regulation of certain persons involved in residential mortgage lending pursuant to the Texas Secure and Fair Enforcement for Mortgage Licensing Act of 2009; providing penalties.

SB 1534             Shapiro

SP: Davis, John

Relating to the operation and certification of career schools or colleges.

SB 1732             Van de Putte

SP: Guillen

Relating to authorizing the adjutant general to operate post exchanges on state military property.

SB 1010             Huffman / et al.

SP: Workman / Lucio III / Gallego

Relating to providing a victim, guardian of a victim, or close relative of a deceased victim with notice of a plea bargain agreement in certain criminal cases.

SB 1596             Wentworth

SP: Isaac

Relating to changes in participation in public utility agencies.




C.S.S.B. 23


Each original amendment to C.S.S.B. 23 that will be offered during second reading consideration must be filed with the chief clerk not later than  2 p.m. on Tuesday, May 17, 2011.


C.S.S.B. 1811


Each original amendment to C.S.S.B. 1811 that will be offered during second reading consideration must be filed with the chief clerk not later than  2 p.m. on Tuesday, May 17, 2011.