Saturday, May 28, 2011




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

Conference Committee Reports:

ELIGIBLE AT 12:20 PM MAY 28, 2011:

HB 1                Pitts

General Appropriations Bill.

ELIGIBLE AT 4:30 PM MAY 27, 2011:

SB 1087             Carona

SP: Hilderbran

Relating to state-issued certificates of franchise authority to provide cable service and video service.

ELIGIBLE AT 5:00 PM MAY 27, 2011:

HB 3726             Guillen

Relating to the preservation and maintenance of the Alamo by the General Land Office.

ELIGIBLE AT 10:40 AM MAY 28, 2011:

HB 871              Davis, Yvonne

Relating to indigent health care services that may be provided by a county.

ELIGIBLE AT 11:20 AM MAY 28, 2011:

HB 2694             Smith, Wayne

Relating to the continuation and functions of the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality and abolishing the On-site Wastewater Treatment Research Council.

ELIGIBLE AT 11:30 AM MAY 28, 2011:

HB 2499             Cook

Relating to the continuation and functions of the Department of Information Resources and the transfer of certain department functions to the comptroller of public accounts.

ELIGIBLE AT 2:50 PM MAY 28, 2011:

SB 144              West

SP: Thompson / Gallego / Davis, Yvonne / Aliseda

Relating to allowing a person who successfully completes a term of deferred adjudication community supervision to be eligible for a pardon.

ELIGIBLE AT 3:50 PM MAY 28, 2011:

HB 1732             Ritter

Relating to the applicability of the constitutional limit on state debt payable from the general revenues of the state to bonds issued by the Texas Water Development Board.

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.

ELIGIBLE AT 4:20 PM MAY 28, 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.

SB 156              Huffman

SP: Gonzales, Veronica

Relating to health care data collected by the Department of State Health Services and access to certain confidential patient information within the department.

SB 377              Huffman / Patrick / et al.

SP: Riddle / Gallego / Burkett / Hartnett / Carter

Relating to the murder of a child as a capital offense.

SB 647              Hegar

SP: Taylor, Larry

Relating to the continuation and operation of the office of public insurance counsel.

ELIGIBLE AT 5:10 PM MAY 28, 2011:

SB 1489             Whitmire / et al.

SP: Madden

Relating to educational, juvenile justice, and criminal justice responses to truancy.

ELIGIBLE AT 6:20 PM MAY 28, 2011:

HB 2048             Lyne

Relating to the collection and enforcement of state and local hotel occupancy taxes.

ELIGIBLE AT 6:40 PM MAY 28, 2011:

HB 2729             Callegari

Relating to local government contracts with private entities for civil works projects and improvements to real property.

ELIGIBLE AT 6:50 PM MAY 28, 2011:

HB 2226             Truitt

Relating to authorized investments for governmental entities.

ELIGIBLE AT 7:00 PM MAY 28, 2011:

SB 875              Fraser

SP: Hancock / Smith, Wayne / Chisum

Relating to compliance with state and federal environmental permits as a defense to certain actions for nuisance or trespass.

SB 1338             Eltife

SP: Geren

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

ELIGIBLE AT 8:20 PM MAY 28, 2011:

HB 2734             Madden / Howard, Charlie

Relating to certain mandatory conditions of parole or mandatory supervision for illegal criminal aliens and the revocation of parole or mandatory supervision as a result of violating those conditions.

ELIGIBLE AT 8:40 PM MAY 28, 2011:

HB 1178             Flynn

Relating to employment protection for members of the state military forces.

ELIGIBLE AT 9:00 PM MAY 28, 2011:

HB 1951             Taylor, Larry

Relating to the continuation and operation of the Texas Department of Insurance and the operation of certain insurance programs; imposing administrative penalties.

HB 2490             Solomons

Relating to the regulation of crafted precious metal dealers; providing criminal penalties.

SB 563              Jackson

SP: Torres

Relating to information regarding job matching services provided by the Texas Workforce Commission; providing a criminal penalty.

SB 773              Zaffirini / et al.

SP: Gallego / Chisum / Munoz, Jr. / Strama

Relating to telecommunications service discounts for educational institutions, libraries, hospitals, and telemedicine centers.

ELIGIBLE AT 9:10 PM MAY 28, 2011:

HB 1711             Davis, John

Relating to disaster remediation contracts.

SB 747              Carona

SP: Hamilton

Relating to the professions regulated by the Texas Real Estate Commission.