COMMITTEE:   State Affairs 

TIME & DATE: 30 minutes after final adjournment
Monday, March 14, 2011 

PLACE:       JHR 140 
CHAIR:       Rep. Byron Cook 


HB 303        Berman
Relating to the imposition of a fee for money transmissions sent to certain destinations outside the United States.

HB 340        Gallego
Relating to net metering for retail electric service customers and compensation for excess electricity generated by a retail electric customer's on-site generator.

HB 449        Lucio III
Relating to a limitation on the use by state agencies of credit information regarding certain job applicants.

HB 561        Christian
Relating to a hospital district's use of tax revenue to finance the performance of an abortion.

HB 776        Anchia
Relating to the rights of distributed renewable generation owners and certain parties who provide distributed renewable generation to retail electric customers.

HB 966        Murphy
Relating to the consideration of pension and other postemployment benefits in establishing the rates of a gas utility.

HB 1046       Fletcher
Relating to the confidentiality of certain personal information.

HB 1232       Dukes
Relating to outsourcing a service performed by a state agency to a private commercial contractor.

HB 1580       Brown
Relating to the training and certification of state agency employees or contractors performing service work on pressure vessels.

HB 1607       Guillen
Relating to the lease of certain state parking facilities to other persons.

HB 1997       Shelton
Relating to customer choice for certain state agencies served by a municipally owned electric utility.

HB 2184       Lewis
Relating to the identification, modification, generation, and enhancement of new and existing state revenue streams from certain new and existing programs, processes, and procedures involving the state's policy in regard to the disposition of certain low-level radioactive waste and in protection of the general health, safety, and welfare of the state's citizens, including the prohibition on importation of waste of international origin and the establishment of certain fees and limits on waste disposal to maximize state revenue.

HB 2133       Solomons
Relating to the Public Utility Commission of Texas' authority to disgorge revenue obtained as a result of certain violations; providing an administrative penalty.

HB 2134       Solomons
Relating to the continuation and functions of the Electric Reliability Council of Texas, the Office of Public Utility Counsel, and the Public Utility Commission of Texas; imposing an administrative penalty.