H.B. No. 2267
  relating to the confidentiality of certain home address information
  in ad valorem tax appraisal records.
         SECTION 1.  Section 25.025(a), Tax Code, as amended by
  Chapters 348 (H.B. 3307) and 953 (H.B. 1046), Acts of the 82nd
  Legislature, Regular Session, 2011, is reenacted and amended to
  read as follows:
         (a)  This section applies only to:
               (1)  a current or former peace officer as defined by
  Article 2.12, Code of Criminal Procedure;
               (2)  a county jailer as defined by Section 1701.001,
  Occupations Code;
               (3)  an employee of the Texas Department of Criminal
               (4)  a commissioned security officer as defined by
  Section 1702.002, Occupations Code;
               (5)  a victim of family violence as defined by Section
  71.004, Family Code, if as a result of the act of family violence
  against the victim, the actor is convicted of a felony or a Class A
               (6)  a federal judge, a state judge, or the spouse of a
  federal judge or state judge;
               (7)  a current or former employee of a district
  attorney, criminal district attorney, or county or municipal
  attorney whose jurisdiction includes any criminal law or child
  protective services matters;
               (8)  an officer or employee of a community supervision
  and corrections department established under Chapter 76,
  Government Code, who performs a duty described by Section 76.004(b)
  of that code;
               (9)  a criminal investigator of the United States as
  described by Article 2.122(a), Code of Criminal Procedure;
               (10)  a police officer or inspector of the United
  States Federal Protective Service; [and]
               (11)  a current or former United States attorney or
  assistant United States attorney and the spouse and child of the
               (12) [(11)]  a current or former employee of the office
  of the attorney general who is or was assigned to a division of that
  office the duties of which involve law enforcement; and
               (13)  a medical examiner or person who performs
  forensic analysis or testing who is employed by this state or one or
  more political subdivisions of this state.
         SECTION 2.  To the extent of any conflict, this Act prevails
  over another Act of the 83rd Legislature, Regular Session, 2013,
  relating to nonsubstantive additions to and corrections in enacted
         SECTION 3.  This Act takes effect immediately if it receives
  a vote of two-thirds of all the members elected to each house, as
  provided by Section 39, Article III, Texas Constitution.  If this
  Act does not receive the vote necessary for immediate effect, this
  Act takes effect September 1, 2013.
  ______________________________ ______________________________
     President of the Senate Speaker of the House     
         I certify that H.B. No. 2267 was passed by the House on May 4,
  2013, by the following vote:  Yeas 139, Nays 0, 2 present, not
  Chief Clerk of the House   
         I certify that H.B. No. 2267 was passed by the Senate on May
  22, 2013, by the following vote:  Yeas 31, Nays 0.
  Secretary of the Senate    
  APPROVED:  _____________________