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ITEMS ELIGIBLE FOR CONSIDERATION

Friday, May 20, 2011

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********** SENATE AMENDMENTS **********

Senate amendment printings:

ELIGIBLE AT 2:30 PM MAY 18, 2011:

HB 943              Dukes

Relating to reporting requirements concerning missing persons, including missing children in the managing conservatorship of the Department of Family and Protective Services.
     Committee Substitute, consisting of 5 pages total.

ELIGIBLE AT 9:40 PM MAY 18, 2011:

HB 2457             Davis, John / Reynolds

Relating to the Texas Enterprise Fund and the Texas emerging technology fund.
     2 Amendments, consisting of 3 pages total.
     Committee Substitute, consisting of 16 pages total.

ELIGIBLE AT 6:20 PM MAY 19, 2011:

HB 1899             Pickett / et al.

Relating to the posting of signs in school crossing zones regarding the prohibited use of a wireless communication device while operating a motor vehicle.
     Committee Substitute, consisting of 3 pages total.

HB 3342             Naishtat

Relating to representation of and by the state and joinder of the state in certain mental health proceedings.
     Committee Substitute, consisting of 2 pages total.

ELIGIBLE AT 7:30 PM MAY 19, 2011:

HB 2973             Hunter / Raymond / Hochberg / Martinez Fischer / et al.

Relating to encouraging public participation by citizens by protecting a person's right to petition, right of free speech, and right of association from meritless lawsuits arising from actions taken in furtherance of those rights.
     Committee Substitute, consisting of 8 pages total.

ELIGIBLE AT 7:40 PM MAY 19, 2011:

HJR 130             Branch

Meeting requirements of the United States Department of Education concerning federal student aid by naming private institutions of higher education in the State of Texas that are authorized to operate educational programs beyond secondary education, including programs leading to a degree or certificate.
     Committee Substitute, consisting of 4 pages total.

ELIGIBLE AT 8:20 PM MAY 19, 2011:

HB 3302             Reynolds / Zerwas

Relating to the authority of certain Type A economic development corporations to undertake certain categories of projects.
     1 Amendment, consisting of 1 page total.

ELIGIBLE AT 8:30 PM MAY 19, 2011:

HB 2277             Eiland

Relating to the sale, exchange, or replacement of life insurance and annuity contracts.
     2 Amendments, consisting of 41 pages total.

ELIGIBLE AT 9:10 PM MAY 19, 2011:

HB 3510             Hamilton

Relating to the regulation of the towing, booting, and storage of vehicles.
     Committee Substitute, consisting of 13 pages total.

ELIGIBLE AT 11:00 AM MAY 20, 2011:

HB 417              Anchia / Jackson, Jim / et al.

Relating to claims for compensation for wrongful imprisonment.
     1 Amendment, consisting of 9 pages total.
     Committee Substitute, consisting of 8 pages total.

ELIGIBLE AT 11:40 AM MAY 20, 2011:

HB 871              Davis, Yvonne

Relating to indigent health care services that may be provided by a county.
     1 Amendment, consisting of 1 page total.

HB 2170             Raymond / Dukes

Relating to assisting a foster child in obtaining the child's credit report.
     1 Amendment, consisting of 4 pages total.

ELIGIBLE AT 4:40 PM MAY 20, 2011:

HB 1179             Flynn / Pitts

Relating to certification requirements for certain property tax professionals.
     Committee Substitute, consisting of 5 pages total.

HB 1814             Lucio III

Relating to the provision of water and certain equipment by water supply or sewer service corporations for use in fire suppression and the liability of those corporations.
     Committee Substitute, consisting of 2 pages total.

ELIGIBLE AT 5:00 PM MAY 20, 2011:

HB 2488             Scott

Relating to access to a child's medical records by the child's attorney ad litem, guardian ad litem, or amicus attorney.
     Committee Substitute, consisting of 2 pages total.

ELIGIBLE AT 5:10 PM MAY 20, 2011:

HB 3372             King, Tracy O. / et al.

Relating to rainwater harvesting systems that are connected to public water supply systems.
     Committee Substitute, consisting of 2 pages total.

HB 3531             Strama / Marquez / Dukes / Naishtat

Relating to a system for monitoring prescriptions of certain drugs under the Medicaid program for children in foster care.
     Committee Substitute, consisting of 2 pages total.

ELIGIBLE AT 5:50 PM MAY 20, 2011:

HB 240              Parker

Relating to requiring the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality to adopt rules preventing access to on-site sewage disposal systems.
     Committee Substitute, consisting of 2 pages total.

ELIGIBLE AT 6:00 PM MAY 20, 2011:

HB 350              Walle

Relating to discharging fines and costs assessed against certain juvenile defendants through community service or tutoring.
     Committee Substitute, consisting of 4 pages total.

HB 2907             Branch

Relating to the requirements for and procedures governing tuition equalization grants.
     Committee Substitute, consisting of 7 pages total.

HB 3577             Gonzales, Larry

Relating to priority consideration and eligibility for Texas Educational Opportunity Grants, TEXAS grants, and other state financial aid.
     Committee Substitute, consisting of 2 pages total.

ELIGIBLE AT 6:10 PM MAY 20, 2011:

HB 1127             Gutierrez

Relating to notice of relief available to certain members of the military required to be provided in certain real property documentation.
     Committee Substitute, consisting of 3 pages total.

HB 2609             Guillen

Relating to convictions barring employment at or by certain facilities serving the elderly or persons with disabilities.
     Committee Substitute, consisting of 3 pages total.

ELIGIBLE AT 6:20 PM MAY 20, 2011:

HB 2476             Harless / Hilderbran / Villarreal / Ritter

Relating to the appraisal for ad valorem tax purposes of certain dealer's heavy equipment inventory; providing penalties.
     Committee Substitute, consisting of 10 pages total.

HB 2716             Darby

Relating to fees charged for the management and preservation of the county clerk's records.
     Committee Substitute, consisting of 2 pages total.

HB 2959             Price

Relating to the required transfer of records to a new county chair of a political party; providing a penalty.
     Committee Substitute, consisting of 1 page total.

ELIGIBLE AT 7:40 PM MAY 20, 2011:

HB 252              Hilderbran

Relating to eligibility for an exemption from ad valorem taxation of the residence homestead of a person.
     1 Amendment, consisting of 3 pages total.
     Committee Substitute, consisting of 3 pages total.

HB 1057             Anchia

Relating to business leave time for certain municipal firefighters and police officers.
     Committee Substitute, consisting of 4 pages total.

ELIGIBLE AT 7:50 PM MAY 20, 2011:

HB 8                Darby / Geren / Anderson, Rodney / Pitts / Menendez / et al.

Relating to prohibiting certain private transfer fees and the preservation of private real property rights; providing penalties.
     Committee Substitute, consisting of 10 pages total.

HB 1168             Miller, Doug / et al.

Relating to smoke alarms and fire extinguishers in residential rental units.
     Committee Substitute, consisting of 13 pages total.

ELIGIBLE AT 8:40 PM MAY 20, 2011:

HB 1573             Gallego

Relating to certain pretrial and post-trial procedures in a criminal case.
     1 Amendment, consisting of 3 pages total.

ELIGIBLE AT 8:50 PM MAY 20, 2011:

HB 200              Parker

Relating to the notification of the release of certain inmates given to certain courts, law enforcement agencies, and the United States Social Security Administration.
     Committee Substitute, consisting of 5 pages total.

 

 


********** CONFERENCE COMMITTEE **********

The Senate requests the appointment of a conference committee on:


SB 201              Uresti / et al.

SP: Callegari

Relating to the calculation of ad valorem taxes on the residence homestead of a 100 percent or totally disabled veteran for the tax year in which the veteran qualifies or ceases to qualify for an exemption from taxation of the homestead.
(Senate Conferees: Uresti, Ch./Wentworth/Williams/Birdwell/Hinojosa)

SB 1087             Carona

SP: Hilderbran

Relating to state-issued certificates of franchise authority to provide cable service and video service.
(Senate Conferees: Carona, Ch./Eltife/Lucio/Watson/Van de Putte)