LOCAL AND UNCONTESTED BILLS
The following bills have been certified for placement on the Local & Uncontested Calendar to be held Thursday, March 24, 2011 at 8:30 AM.
Designating May 22 of each year from 2011 through 2020 as William Elmo Merrem Day in honor of the first Eagle Scout from Texas.
Designating the month of March each year from 2011 through 2020 as Women Veterans Month in tribute to the immeasurable contributions that women in the military have made to this nation.
Relating to the duration of the interagency task force on ensuring appropriate care settings for persons with disabilities.
Relating to juvenile case managers.
Relating to streamlining of and utilization management in Medicaid long-term care waiver programs.
Relating to certain requirements for certain sponsoring organizations and other institutions participating in the Child and Adult Care Food Program.
Relating to public health laboratories administered by the Department of State Health Services.
Relating to the regulation of nonjudicial foreclosure on residences owned by certain members of the military, including foreclosure by a property owners' association.
Relating to registration with the Selective Service System of certain applicants for a driver's license or personal identification certificate.
Relating to the regulation of the practice of nursing.
Relating to the Department of Family and Protective Services, including protective services and investigations of alleged abuse, neglect, or exploitation for certain adults who are elderly or disabled; providing a criminal penalty.
Relating to reporting requirements for institutions of higher education conducting human stem cell research.
Relating to protective orders for stalking victims.
Relating to requiring a private autopsy facility to post a notice for filing a complaint against a physician; providing a penalty.
Relating to inclusion of pets and other companion animals in protective orders; providing a penalty.
Relating to eliminating certain reporting, planning, student developmental, and other requirements imposed on the Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board or public institutions of higher education.
Relating to the appointment of associate judges in child protective services cases.
Relating to attorney's fees and other amounts taxed as costs in guardianship proceedings.
Relating to election procedures and qualifications of members of boards of directors for water supply or sewer service corporations.
Relating to an exemption from regulation as health spas for certain governmental hospitals and clinics.
Relating to the maximum capacity of a container of wine sold to a retail dealer.
Relating to the composition and use of money in the rural water assistance fund.
Relating to the board of hospital managers of the Lubbock County Hospital District.
Relating to the entities eligible to make purchases using the cooperative purchasing program administered by the comptroller.
Relating to an exclusion from unemployment compensation chargebacks for certain employers of uniformed service members.
Relating to initial claims under the unemployment compensation system.
Relating to the removal of a guardian of an incapacitated person ordered by a court.
Relating to proper venue for certain criminal prosecutions of mortgage fraud.
Relating to criminal background checks on users of online dating services and to disclosures of online dating safety measures; providing a civil penalty.
Relating to the Hamilton County Hospital District.
Relating to the authority of certain local governmental entities to borrow money for a public hospital.
Relating to determinations of paternity; creating an offense.
Relating to coverage for certain towing and storage expenses under a motor vehicle insurance policy.
Relating to the regulation of law enforcement officers by the Commission on Law Enforcement Officer Standards and Education.
Relating to a probate fee exemption for estates of certain law enforcement officers, firefighters, and others killed in the line of duty.
Relating to employment records for law enforcement officers, including procedures to correct employment termination reports; providing an administrative penalty.
Relating to the Swisher Memorial Hospital District.
Relating to the Rankin County Hospital District.
Relating to information regarding job matching services provided by the Texas Workforce Commission; providing a criminal penalty.
Relating to the Texas Life, Accident, Health, and Hospital Service Insurance Guaranty Association.
Relating to service of process on certain domestic and foreign entities for the collection of delinquent property taxes.
Relating to certain procedures applicable to electronic prescriptions for Schedule II controlled substances.
Relating to the educational scope of Texas A&M University--Corpus Christi.
Relating to the computation of a surplus credit for certain successor employing units.
Relating to the periodic review of the child support guidelines.
Relating to the employment of physicians by certain hospitals associated with nonprofit fraternal organizations.
Relating to a prohibition against use of school district resources for a hotel.
Relating to the termination of the parent-child relationship and the duty to pay child support in circumstances involving mistaken paternity.
Relating to the duties of the secretary of state.
Relating to the definition of "first sale" for purposes of the taxes imposed on certain liquor.
Relating to formula funding for certain semester credit hours earned for dual course credit.
Relating to a uniform deadline for student financial assistance for public institutions of higher education other than public junior colleges.
Relating to small and large employer health group cooperatives.
Relating to the execution docket and other records of certain court clerks.
Relating to certain promotional activities for certain alcoholic beverage permit holders.
Relating to the approval of designs, plans, and specifications of industrialized housing and buildings.
Relating to immunity for reporting insurance fraud.
Relating to the creation of an advisory committee to make recommendations to the commissioner of insurance regarding certain automobile insurance claims.
Relating to the elimination of certain requirements for certain customer-specific communications contracts.