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ITEMS ELIGIBLE FOR CONSIDERATION

Thursday, May 26, 2011

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CALENDAR TWO

 


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

Senate amendment printings:

ELIGIBLE AT 9:00 PM MAY 26, 2011:

HB 1646             Gallego

Relating to representation of certain applicants for writs of habeas corpus in cases involving the death penalty.
     Committee Substitute, consisting of 2 pages total.

HB 2910             Branch / Dukes

Relating to agreements between the Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board and certain organizations for increasing degree completion rates.
     1 Amendment, consisting of 3 pages total.
     Committee Substitute, consisting of 3 pages total.

ELIGIBLE AT 9:20 PM MAY 26, 2011:

HB 1560             Scott

Relating to the enterprise zone program.
     1 Amendment, consisting of 1 page total.
     Committee Substitute, consisting of 7 pages total.

HB 2643             Hamilton

Relating to safety standards for elevators, escalators, and related equipment.
     2 Amendments, consisting of 13 pages total.
     Committee Substitute, consisting of 6 pages total.

ELIGIBLE AT 10:40 PM MAY 26, 2011:

HB 290              Jackson, Jim / Anchia / Weber / Gallego

Relating to the punishment for the offense of employment harmful to children.
     Committee Substitute, consisting of 1 page total.

ELIGIBLE AT 10:50 PM MAY 26, 2011:

HB 2337             Gallego

Relating to the admissibility of certain statements made by a child in a juvenile justice or criminal proceeding.
     Committee Substitute, consisting of 2 pages total.

HB 2728             Thompson / Guillen

Relating to the operation and regulation of charitable bingo.
     Committee Substitute, consisting of 3 pages total.

ELIGIBLE AT 9:50 AM MAY 27, 2011:

HB 351              Veasey

Relating to the expunction of records and files relating to a person's arrest.
     1 Amendment, consisting of 1 page total.
     Committee Substitute, consisting of 10 pages total.

ELIGIBLE AT 10:10 AM MAY 27, 2011:

HB 3246             Elkins

Relating to public improvement districts designated by a municipality or county.
     1 Amendment, consisting of 1 page total.
     Committee Substitute, consisting of 13 pages total.

ELIGIBLE AT 11:10 AM MAY 27, 2011:

HB 736              Patrick, Diane / Branch / et al.

Relating to required online information regarding public institutions of higher education.
     2 Amendments, consisting of 3 pages total.
     Committee Substitute, consisting of 18 pages total.

ELIGIBLE AT 11:30 AM MAY 27, 2011:

HB 335              Shelton / Kolkhorst / Schwertner / Zerwas / Creighton / et al.

Relating to implementation and requirements of certain health care reform laws.
     3 Amendments, consisting of 3 pages total.

 

 


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

The Senate requests the appointment of a conference committee on:


SB 377              Huffman / Patrick / et al.

SP: Riddle / Gallego / Burkett / Hartnett / Carter

Relating to the murder of a child as a capital offense.
(Senate Conferees: Huffman, Ch./Patrick/Nelson/Whitmire/Eltife)

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.
(Senate Conferees: Huffman, Ch./Patrick/Nelson/Whitmire/Hegar)

SB 1331             Watson / et al.

SP: Gallego

Relating to criminal offenses regarding the possession or consumption of alcoholic beverages by a minor and providing alcoholic beverages to a minor.
(Senate Conferees: Watson, Ch./Whitmire/Carona/Ellis/Huffman)

SB 1543             Wentworth

SP: Larson

Relating to the authority of an independent school district to invest in corporate bonds.
(Senate Conferees: Wentworth, Ch./Carona/Davis/Seliger/Shapiro)

SB 1600             Whitmire

SP: King, Phil / Miller, Sid

Relating to the registration of peace officers as private security officers.
(Senate Conferees: Whitmire, Ch./Gallegos/Hinojosa/Huffman/Nelson)