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Supplemental House Calendar

Friday, April 26, 2013

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********** MAJOR STATE CALENDAR **********
SENATE BILLS
THIRD READING

SB 200              Patrick / et al.

SP: Anchia

Relating to the continuation and functions of the State Pension Review Board.


********** GENERAL STATE CALENDAR **********
HOUSE BILLS
THIRD READING

HB 1494             King, Tracy O.

Relating to certain regulatory programs administered by the Department of Agriculture; providing penalties; imposing fees.

HB 2302             Hunter / Thompson, Senfronia

Relating to the electronic filing system established by the Texas Supreme Court, to the statewide electronic filing system fund, and to certain court fees and court costs; imposing and authorizing certain fees.

HB 317              Otto / Cook / et al.

Relating to the classification of certain entities as primarily engaged in retail trade for purposes of the franchise tax.

HB 2392             Menéndez / Moody / et al.

Relating to the mental health program for veterans.

HB 1294             Price

Relating to the dismissal of a charge for the offense of failing to secure a child in a child passenger safety seat system.

HB 1739             Naishtat

Relating to the administration of psychoactive medications to persons receiving services in certain facilities.

HB 2137             Fletcher

Relating to eligibility of certain persons for enrollment in school district summer school courses.

HB 696              Kleinschmidt

Relating to the duties of and the application of the professional prosecutors law to the county attorney in Gonzales County and to the duties of the district attorney for the 25th Judicial District.

HB 773              Farney / Branch / Thompson, Senfronia / Smithee / et al.

Relating to a requirement that students at an open-enrollment charter school recite the pledges of allegiance to the United States flag and the state flag.

HB 2571             Keffer

Relating to the inspection of certain information regarding the production, transportation, sale, and marketing of oil and gas from state land; imposing an administrative penalty.

HB 1973             Lucio III / Larson / Isaac

Relating to the provision of water by a public utility or water supply or sewer service corporation for use in fire suppression.

HB 431              Riddle / Harless / Parker / Bonnen, Dennis / et al.

Relating to the eligibility of certain inmates convicted of injury to a child for release to mandatory supervision and to reconsideration of parole eligibility for those inmates.

HB 148              Burkett / et al.

Relating to aid provided to certain voters; providing criminal penalties.


********** GENERAL STATE CALENDAR **********
SENATE BILLS
THIRD READING

SB 672              Carona

SP: Guillen

Relating to the regulation of industrialized housing.

SB 332              Rodríguez

SP: Márquez

Relating to commissioners court oversight of certain emergency services districts.

SB 457              Rodríguez

SP: Márquez

Relating to the confidentiality of certain autopsy records.

SB 336              Rodríguez

SP: Moody

Relating to the qualifications for appointment as a medical examiner.


********** POSTPONED BUSINESS **********
UNTIL 8:00 AM

HB 1819             Kacal

Relating to liability for injuring a trespassing sheep or goat.


********** EMERGENCY CALENDAR **********
HOUSE BILLS
SECOND READING

HB 1025             Pitts

Relating to making supplemental appropriations and reductions in appropriations and giving direction and adjustment authority regarding appropriations.


********** CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENTS CALENDAR **********
HOUSE JOINT RESOLUTIONS
SECOND READING

HJR 87              Muñoz, Jr.

Proposing a constitutional amendment authorizing a home-rule municipality to provide in its charter the procedure to fill a vacancy on its governing body for which the unexpired term is 24 months or less.


********** GENERAL STATE CALENDAR **********
HOUSE BILLS
SECOND READING

HB 654              Cortez / Alvarado

Relating to the ability of a tenant representative to serve as a commissioner of a local housing authority.

HB 897              Zerwas / Geren / Isaac / et al.

Relating to instruction in cardiopulmonary resuscitation and the use of automated external defibrillators in secondary education curriculum.

HB 916              Orr

Relating to the amount of a chargeback for unemployment compensation benefits paid to a person who is partially unemployed.

HB 2058             Allen

Relating to the administration of a high school equivalency examination.

HB 2439             Parker / Carter / et al.

Relating to the review of certain contracts by the state auditor.

HB 2763             Hunter

Relating to the regulation of professional employer services; authorizing fees.

HB 3068             Menéndez

Relating to debit card surcharge.

HB 3309             Crownover

Relating to the composition and use of money in the oil and gas regulation and cleanup fund.

HB 1394             King, Susan

Relating to the sunset review of certain powers and duties performed by the Department of State Health Services.

HB 1790             Longoria / Thompson, Senfronia / Burnam

Relating to certain procedures for defendants who successfully complete a period of state jail felony community supervision.

HB 858              Lucio III / Branch / Harless / Bohac / Márquez / et al.

Relating to methods used by an animal shelter to euthanize a dog or cat.

HB 2311             Kacal / Ashby / Geren / Guerra / et al.

Relating to an animal identification program.

 

 


RULE FOR FLOOR CONSIDERATION

C.S.H.B. 1025

 

Pursuant to House Rule 3, Section 4(2), and House Rule 6, Section 16(f), the House Committee on Calendars proposes the following rule governing floor consideration of HB 1025:

Section 1. All original amendments that will be offered during second reading consideration of the bill must be filed with the chief clerk by 10 a.m. on Tuesday, April 23rd.

Section 2. (a) During second and third reading consideration of the bill, any amendment that adds or increases an item of appropriation in the bill is not in order unless the amendment contains an equal or greater reduction in one or more items of appropriation in the bill from the fund or funds against which the appropriation is to be certified.

(b) The provisions of this section do not apply to an amendment that makes an adjustment in an item of appropriations solely to correct a technical clerical error.