Supplemental House Calendar

Wednesday, May 01, 2013



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SB 367              Whitmire

SP: Murphy / Wu

Relating to the disposition of abandoned or unclaimed property seized at the time of certain arrests.

SB 618              Carona

SP: Vo

Relating to the elimination of the licensing and registration requirements for ringside physicians and timekeepers for combative sports events.

SB 1248             Carona

SP: Flynn

Relating to the documentary fee charged in connection with the sale of certain recreational vehicles and boats.

SB 1792             Watson / et al.

SP: Phillips

Relating to remedies for nonpayment of tolls for the use of toll projects; authorizing a fee; creating an offense.

SB 294              Van de Putte

SP: Menéndez

Relating to extending a local behavioral health intervention pilot project.

SB 283              Estes

SP: King, Phil

Relating to the number of members of the Texas Historical Commission.

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HB 939              Davis, John

Relating to repealing the employment and training investment assessment; changing the rate of certain unemployment taxes.

HB 489              Menéndez

Relating to rights and responsibilities of persons with disabilities, including with respect to the use of assistance animals that provide assistance to those persons; providing penalties.

HB 517              Pitts / Price

Relating to the eligibility of inmates convicted of certain intoxication offenses for release on parole or mandatory supervision.

HB 545              Davis, John / Oliveira / Craddick / Anderson

Relating to the authority of a municipality to authorize the creation of a spaceport development corporation.

HB 580              Howard / et al.

Relating to use of compensatory education allotment funding to provide assistance with child care to students at risk of dropping out of school.

HB 827              King, Ken / Clardy / Larson / Raymond / Ritter / et al.

Relating to an agreement between the Department of Public Safety and a county for the provision of renewal and duplicate driver's license and other identification certificate services; authorizing a fee.

HB 2443             Parker

Relating to the composition of the Texas Juvenile Justice Board.

HB 3176             Bohac

Relating to the appointment of a board member of a property owners' association to fill a vacancy.

HB 2961             Huberty

Relating to the social security numbers of school district employees.

HB 1372             Muñoz, Jr.

Relating to filling certain vacancies on the governing body of certain home-rule municipalities.

HB 21               Martinez Fischer / Villalba / Lucio III

Relating to a central database containing information about offenders who have committed certain offenses against children or offenses involving family or dating violence.

HB 259              Simmons / Vo / Krause / Klick / Johnson / et al.

Relating to electioneering conducted near a polling place.

HB 1086             Rodriguez, Eddie / Bohac

Relating to interruption of electric service by a residential landlord.

HB 127              Raymond

Relating to electioneering on the premises of certain privately owned polling places.

HB 2442             Parker

Relating to a pre-suit deposition in inmate litigation.

HB 824              Callegari

Relating to a volume-based exemption from reporting requirements for accidental sanitary sewer overflows.

HB 717              Kolkhorst

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

HB 2259             Moody

Relating to circumstances under which a vacancy on the governing body occurs in certain municipalities.

HB 642              Patrick, Diane

Relating to continuing education requirements for certain educators.

HB 697              Springer / Huberty / Perry / Thompson, Senfronia / White / et al.

Relating to a sales and use tax exemption for certain items sold by school booster clubs and support organizations; authorizing a sales and use tax exemption.

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UNTIL 4:30 PM on Tuesday, April 30, 2013

HB 590              Naishtat

Relating to determining a child's eligibility for a school district's special education program on the basis of a visual impairment.

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UNTIL 10:00 AM

HB 459              Guillen

Relating to the regulation of navigators for health benefit exchanges.


HJR 147             Guerra / Muñoz, Jr. / Canales

Proposing a constitutional amendment repealing the constitutional provision authorizing the creation of a hospital district in Hidalgo County.

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HB 6                Otto / Anchia / Harless / Howard / et al.

Relating to the creation and re-creation of funds and accounts in the state treasury, the dedication and rededication of revenue, and the exemption of unappropriated money from use for general governmental purposes.

HB 124              Anderson / Stephenson / Price / et al.

Relating to the addition of Salvia divinorum and its derivatives and extracts to Penalty Group 3 of the Texas Controlled Substances Act.

HB 416              Hilderbran

Relating to the computation of the franchise tax by a taxable entity engaged in Internet hosting.

HB 3447             Gutierrez

Relating to the establishment and functions of certain urban land bank demonstration programs.

HB 376              Strama / Price / Zerwas / Gonzalez, Naomi

Relating to the regulation of child-care providers by the Texas Workforce Commission and local workforce development boards.

HB 2503             Bohac

Relating to the territory that may be included in a single county election precinct.

HB 2290             Lozano / et al.

Relating to the use for administrative costs of a portion of money received by certain entities to implement a supplemental environmental project.

HB 1488             Harper-Brown / Toth

Relating to notice of utility rate increases.

HB 1448             Kuempel

Relating to the use of money deposited to a justice court technology fund in certain counties.

HB 1358             Hunter / Cook / Eiland / Kleinschmidt / Muñoz, Jr. / et al.

Relating to procedures for certain audits of pharmacists and pharmacies.

HB 1079             Smith / Guillen / Kleinschmidt / et al.

Relating to the procedural requirements for action by the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality on applications for production area authorizations.

HB 7                Darby / Pitts / Gonzales, Larry / Menéndez / Turner, Sylvester / et al.

Relating to the amounts, availability, and use of certain statutorily dedicated revenue and accounts; reducing or affecting the amounts or rates of certain statutorily dedicated fees and assessments.

HB 29               Branch / Bonnen, Dennis / Alvarado / Herrero / et al.

Relating to requiring certain general academic teaching institutions to offer a four-year fixed tuition price plan to undergraduate students.

HB 1803             Callegari

Relating to the renewal of a controlled substance registration by physicians; changing the payment schedule for a fee.

HB 137              Raymond / Miller, Rick

Relating to the information reported to the comptroller by a coin-operated machine license holder, the penalty for failure to report that information, and the penalty for gambling promotion.

HB 772              Howard / Zerwas / Callegari / Sheffield, J. D. / Bonnen, Greg

Relating to the immunization data included in and excluded from the immunization registry.

HB 3674             Muñoz, Jr. / Guillen

Relating to eligibility of municipalities to participate in the historic courthouse preservation and maintenance programs administered by the Texas Historical Commission.

HB 3640             Pitts

Relating to the creation of an extension center of the Texas State Technical College System.

HB 316              Otto

Relating to the pilot program authorizing a property owner to appeal to the State Office of Administrative Hearings regarding certain appraisal review board determinations.

HB 1047             Sheets

Relating to the regulation of certain surety companies.

HB 1308             Darby

Relating to certain economic development programs administered by the Department of Agriculture.

HB 1759             Hunter / Herrero / Martinez Fischer / Cook

Relating to a correction, clarification, or retraction of incorrect information published.

HB 2414             Button / Capriglione / Harper-Brown / Coleman / Elkins / et al.

Relating to requirements for open meetings held by videoconference call.

HB 2685             Deshotel

Relating to the purposes, designation, and funding of a transportation reinvestment zone; authorizing an assessment.

HB 2918             Thompson, Senfronia

Relating to statutory durable powers of attorney.

HB 3116             Cook

Relating to the recovery of uniform statewide accounting project costs from state agencies and vendors.

HB 3831             Herrero / Hunter

Relating to the designation of a portion of State Highway 358 as the Peace Officers Memorial Highway.

HB 1337             Bonnen, Dennis / Riddle / et al.

Relating to the frequency with which the Board of Pardons and Paroles considers the eligibility of certain inmates for release on parole.

HB 3355             Cook

Relating to cable operators' attachments on distribution poles owned or controlled by electric cooperatives.

HB 2585             Harper-Brown / et al.

Relating to the reimbursement of utilities for relocation of utility facilities following improvement or construction of certain tolled highways.

HB 800              Murphy / Davis, John / Hilderbran / Button / Rodriguez, Eddie / et al.

Relating to a sales and use tax exemption and a franchise tax credit related to certain research and development activities.

HB 1376             Kolkhorst

Relating to advertising by certain facilities that provide emergency services.

HB 866              Huberty / Turner, Sylvester / Cook / Miles

Relating to the administration to public school students in certain grades of state-administered assessment instruments.

HB 898              Creighton / White / Ashby / et al.

Relating to standards for power lines.

HB 955              Isaac / Guillen

Relating to the penalty for the offense of reckless driving.

HB 318              Giddings

Relating to employer access to the personal accounts of certain employees and job applicants through electronic communication devices; establishing an unlawful employment practice.