SENATE BILLS RETURNED FROM HOUSE WITH AMENDMENTS
May 7, 2013
Relating to the use by certain health care providers of electronically readable information from a driver's license or personal identification certificate.
Relating to verification of motor vehicle financial responsibility information.
Relating to the continuation and functions of the Texas Board of Criminal Justice, the Texas Department of Criminal Justice, and the Windham School District and to the functions of the Board of Pardons and Paroles and the Correctional Managed Health Care Committee.
Relating to bond requirements for county officers and employees, district attorneys, and criminal district attorneys.
Relating to permits for oversize and overweight vehicles in a certain county.
Relating to expedited credentialing for certain podiatrists and therapeutic optometrists providing services under a managed care plan.
Relating to the disposition of abandoned or unclaimed property seized at the time of certain arrests.
Relating to rates for water service, to the transfer of functions relating to the economic regulation of water and sewer service from the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality to the Public Utility Commission of Texas, and to the duties of the Office of Public Utility Counsel regarding the economic regulation of water and sewer service.
Relating to the irrigation powers and functions of certain water districts; providing authority for a district by rule to change fees; clarifying a district's authority to impose certain assessments.
Relating to the refund of unearned premium for a personal automobile or residential property insurance policy.
Relating to the use of certain tax revenue to enhance and upgrade convention center facilities, multipurpose arenas, venues, and related infrastructure in certain municipalities.
Relating to the management, breeding, and destruction of deer and to procedures regarding certain deer permits.
Relating to a handgun proficiency course that is taken to obtain or renew a concealed handgun license.
Relating to authorizing local governments to participate in statewide technology centers.
Relating to safety standards and practices applicable to the transportation by pipeline of certain substances.
Relating to the correction of employment termination reports for law enforcement officers.
Relating to the purposes, designation, and funding of a transportation reinvestment zone for port projects; providing authority to issue bonds; authorizing an assessment.
Relating to nonsubstantive additions to and corrections in enacted codes, to the nonsubstantive codification or disposition of various laws omitted from enacted codes, and to conforming codifications enacted by the 82nd Legislature to other Acts of that legislature.
Relating to the powers and jurisdiction of a regional mobility authority.
Relating to the management and use of the Texas preservation trust fund.
Relating to comprehensive development agreements of the Texas Department of Transportation or a regional mobility authority.
Relating to remedies for nonpayment of tolls for the use of toll projects; authorizing a fee; creating an offense.