LOCAL AND UNCONTESTED BILLS
The following bills have been certified for placement on the Local & Uncontested Calendar to be held Tuesday, May 24, 2011 at 9:00 AM.
Relating to coordination of services provided by Medicaid managed care organizations and certain community centers and local mental health or mental retardation authorities.
Relating to energy savings performance contracts.
Relating to exemptions to persons required to hold a limited property and casualty license.
Relating to the cancellation of the voter registration and to the eligibility to vote of persons who are deceased or not citizens of the United States.
Relating to life preserving devices on recreational vessels.
Relating to disclaimers by certain entities promulgating lists of noxious or invasive terrestrial plant species.
Relating to the reporting and recording of a motor vehicle accident involving an official vehicle driven by a peace officer, firefighter, or an emergency medical services employee in the course of official duties.
Relating to ballot language for a proposition to approve the imposition, increase, or reduction of a tax or the issuance of bonds.
Relating to the requirement that certain impaired veterinarians participate in a peer assistance program.
Relating to the conducting of licensing examinations by the State Board of Veterinary Medical Examiners.
Relating to the provision of pharmaceutical services through informal and voluntary networks in the workers' compensation system; providing an administrative violation.
Relating to emergency prehospital care provided by emergency services personnel.
Relating to surcharges under the Driver Responsibility Program.
Relating to offenses involving operating a motorboat in a circular course.
Relating to the environmental review process for transportation projects.
Relating to a report regarding the municipality or county of origin of certain tax revenue collected by the comptroller.
Relating to high school graduation requirements for a student who is unable to participate in physical activity due to disability or illness.
Relating to abandoned, wrecked, dismantled, discarded, and inoperable aircraft and vessels.
Relating to the establishment and use of a private family cemetery by certain organizations in certain counties.
Relating to the requirement that certain water service providers ensure emergency operations during an extended power outage.
Relating to certain homestead preservation reinvestment zones.
Relating to the validation of the creation of, and certain acts related to, a venue project, and the dissolution of certain venue districts.
Relating to the terms of the 102nd District Court in Red River County.
Relating to the de-annexation of land in Bastrop County by the Barton Springs-Edwards Aquifer Conservation District.
Relating to the taking of a defendant's bail bond by county jailers.
Relating to prohibiting the sale and use of certain radar interference devices; creating an offense.
Relating to the Hopkins County Hospital District.
Relating to an exemption for certain disabled veterans from the payment of a fee for the issuance of a personal identification certificate.
Relating to tuition and fee exemptions at public institutions of higher education for certain peace officers and firefighters.
Relating to the eligibility of certain persons who have received deferred adjudication to vote.
Relating to the transfer of certain state property from the Texas Department of Transportation to the Parks and Wildlife Department.
Relating to an exemption from the payment of a toll for unmarked military vehicles conducting or training for emergency operations.
Relating to making a voluntary contribution to the Parks and Wildlife Department when registering a motor vehicle or renewing a motor vehicle registration.
Relating to the issuance of oversize or overweight vehicle permits by certain port authorities.
Relating to the manner of payment of tuition and mandatory fees at public institutions of higher education.
Relating to the requirements to operate personal watercraft and certain boats.
Relating to the waiver and release of a mechanic's, contractor's, or materialman's lien or payment bond claim and to the creation of a mechanic's, contractor's, or materialman's lien for certain landscaping.
Relating to exempting certain fraternal and veterans organizations from certain bond requirements to obtain an alcoholic beverage permit or license.
Relating to signs posted under the memorial sign program for victims of certain vehicle accidents.
Relating to the application of the Information Resources Management Act to public junior colleges and public junior college districts.
Relating to the designation of the Scenic Loop Road--Boerne Stage Road--Toutant Beauregard Road Historic Corridor.
Relating to statutory references to the common electronic infrastructure project formerly known as TexasOnline.
Relating to the offense of transporting household goods without registration; providing a penalty.
Relating to the training and certification of state agency employees or contractors performing service work on pressure vessels.
Relating to the inclusion of a candidate's e-mail address on an official application for a place on the ballot.
Relating to participation in and contributions to the state employee charitable campaign by retired state employees.
Relating to the refund of a cash bond to a defendant in a criminal case.
Relating to disaster remediation contracts.
Relating to the establishment of the Specialty Courts Advisory Council.
Relating to the designation of State Highway 20 as a historic highway.
Relating to notification requirements concerning offenses committed by students and school district discretion over admission or placement of certain students.
Relating to appeal of the certification of an area's wet or dry status.
Relating to measuring, monitoring, and reporting emissions.
Relating to certain conduct indicating a need for supervision and the sealing of records related to that conduct.
Relating to prevention, treatment, and oversight of concussions affecting public school students participating in interscholastic athletics.
Relating to critical incident stress management and crisis response services.
Relating to a pilot program under the loanstar revolving loan program to promote the use of energy efficiency measures and renewable energy technology by certain nonprofit organizations.
Relating to the operation and regulation of certain consolidated insurance programs.
Relating to the consideration of a letter of credit issued by a federal home loan bank as an eligible security for collateral to secure public funds.
Relating to agency action concerning assisted living facilities, including regulation of inappropriate placement of residents at facilities; providing a penalty.
Relating to the composition of the board of trustees of the Teacher Retirement System of Texas.
Relating to the municipal regulation of the discharge of firearms and certain other weapons in certain counties.
Relating to the creation of magistrates in certain counties.
Relating to the establishment of an Adopt-A-Library program and state employee charitable contributions to the program.
Relating to the eligibility of certain children under group life insurance policies.
Relating to requirements for certain arrangements or agreements of certain regional transportation authorities.
Relating to the contracts of certain regional transportation authorities that are required to be competitively bid.
Relating to the composition of the permanent advisory committee to advise the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality regarding the implementation of the ad valorem tax exemption for pollution control property.
Relating to payment of claims to pharmacies and pharmacists.
Relating to the administration of the universal service fund.
Relating to certain notice requirements for municipalities and counties under the open meetings law.
Relating to the competitive bidding and notice requirements for contracts of certain mass transportation authorities.
Relating to the statutory county courts in Wise County.
Relating to direct campaign expenditures.
Relating to notice required upon nonrenewal of property and casualty insurance policies.
Relating to the procedure for providing a copy of the final decree of dissolution of a marriage to a party who waived service of process.
Relating to a memorial sign program for victims of motorcycle accidents.
Relating to limiting the civil liability of certain persons who obtain or provide medical care and treatment for certain animals.
Relating to provision of bilingual election materials.
Relating to exempting the intrastate manufacture of certain incandescent light bulbs from federal regulation.
Relating to the transfer of certain state property from the Texas Board of Criminal Justice to the board of regents of The Texas A&M University System for the use and benefit of the Texas Forest Service.
Relating to the regulation of certain motor vehicle auctions.
Relating to relief for certain employers from penalties and sanctions under the Texas Unemployment Compensation Act.
Relating to facilitating access to certain public assistance benefits programs and health care providers and services through a community-based navigator program and through promotoras and community health workers.
Relating to emergency preparedness information about water facilities.
Relating to access to the criminal history record information of certain persons by the Texas Facilities Commission.
Relating to a council to study neonatal intensive care units.
Relating to the regulation of orthotists and prosthetists.
Relating to the duties and responsibilities of certain county officials and the functions of county government.
Relating to the business of structural pest control.
Relating to mandatory emergency alert systems at institutions of higher education.
Relating to the authority of the Texas Facilities Commission regarding gifts, grants, and donations.
Relating to the issuance of a certificate for a municipal setting designation.
Relating to the powers and duties of certain master mixed-use property owners' associations.
Relating to the program of all-inclusive care for the elderly.
Relating to guaranteed student loans and alternative education loans.
Relating to the form of death certificates and fetal death certificates.
Relating to certain conservation and reclamation districts exempted from filing a full audit.
Relating to the prohibited use of discretionary clauses in certain health maintenance organization and insurance contracts.
Relating to the amendment of certain reports of political contributions and expenditures.
Relating to limited purpose subsidiary life insurance companies.
Relating to the abolishment of the state regulation of talent agencies and personnel services.
Relating to the list of candidates compiled by a state or county party chair for a primary election.
Relating to the authority to set maximum weights for state highways, roads, and bridges.
Relating to the duty of an attorney ad litem appointed for a child to meet with the child or individual with whom the child resides before each court hearing.
Relating to a requirement that an attorney ad litem appointed for a child file a statement with the court regarding the attorney ad litem's meeting with the child or other specified person.
Relating to the authority of the governor to order the disconnection of state computer networks from the Internet.
Relating to information regarding pertussis for parents of newborn children.
Relating to the emergency medical services that give rise to an emergency medical services lien.
Relating to limiting the disclosure of certain information regarding certain charitable organizations, trusts, private foundations, and grant-making organizations.
Relating to clarification of the authorized uses for loans under public institution of higher education emergency loan programs.
Relating to repayment assistance for certain physician education loans.
Relating to the composition of certain judicial districts.
Relating to fishing with certain archery equipment in certain counties.
Designating Nymphaea Texas Dawn as the official State Waterlily of Texas.
Designating Roanoke as the Unique Dining Capital of Texas.
Designating the city of Richardson as the official International Business Capital of North Texas.