Senate Bills Returned from House with Amendments for 5/17/2013

SENATE BILLS RETURNED FROM HOUSE WITH AMENDMENTS



Friday

May 17, 2013




SB 2 Patrick/ et al. SP: Aycock

Relating to certain charter schools.


SB 112 Lucio/ et al. SP: Smithee

Relating to a requirement for and the contents of a declarations page required for certain standard insurance policy forms for residential property insurance.


SB 123 Rodríguez SP: Márquez/ et al.

Relating to the authority of the commissioner of education to issue subpoenas and conduct accreditation investigations.


SB 148 Williams/ Nichols SP: Toth

Relating to certain legal advice or legal services rendered to certain public servants.


SB 209 Huffman/ Nichols SP: Dutton

Relating to the functions and operation of the State Commission on Judicial Conduct.


SB 211 Nichols/ et al. SP: Dutton

Relating to the continuation and functions of the Texas Facilities Commission; authorizing fees.


SB 215 Birdwell/ Nichols SP: Anchia

Relating to the continuation and functions of the Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board, including related changes to the status and functions of the Texas Guaranteed Student Loan Corporation.


SB 217 Patrick/ Nichols SP: Anchia

Relating to the continuation and functions of the state employee charitable campaign.


SB 270 Seliger SP: Herrero

Relating to a limited exception to the prohibition on releasing personal information about a juror collected during the jury selection process in certain cases.


SB 355 West SP: Lewis

Relating to the powers and duties of the Title IV-D agency regarding the establishment, collection, and enforcement of child support and in connection with an application for a marriage license or protective order; authorizing a surcharge.


SB 357 Hinojosa SP: Anchia

Relating to the issuance of protective orders for certain sexual, stalking, and trafficking offenses.


SB 358 Hinojosa SP: Muñoz, Jr.

Relating to the use of a polygraph statement as evidence that a defendant or releasee from the Texas Department of Criminal Justice has violated a condition of release.


SB 396 Hegar SP: Martinez, "Mando"

Relating to the provision of state death benefits to certain employees of the Department of Public Safety of the State of Texas.


SB 427 Nelson SP: Raymond

Relating to the regulation of certain child-care facilities and administrators of those facilities.


SB 462 Huffman SP: Lewis

Relating to specialty court programs in this state.


SB 495 Huffman/ et al. SP: Walle/ et al.

Relating to the creation of a task force to study maternal mortality and severe maternal morbidity.


SB 540 Carona SP: Smith

Relating to the regulation, registration, and certification of inspectors for elevators, escalators, and related equipment.


SB 583 Carona/ et al. SP: Cook

Relating to eligibility for support from the universal service fund.


SB 660 West SP: Anchia

Relating to assessment collection in certain public improvement districts.


SB 673 Carona SP: Smith

Relating to the requirements for elevators, escalators, and related equipment; providing penalties.


SB 700 Hegar SP: Kacal/ et al.

Relating to energy and water management planning and reporting by state agencies and institutions of higher education.


SB 734 Carona SP: Smithee

Relating to the licensing of captive insurance companies; authorizing fees and authorizing and imposing taxes.


SB 742 Carona SP: Frullo

Relating to reports of missing children, missing persons, or attempted child abductions and to education and training for peace officers regarding missing or exploited children.


SB 875 Eltife SP: Smith

Relating to the purchase of plastic bulk merchandise containers by certain businesses; providing a civil penalty.


SB 894 Whitmire/ Birdwell/ Campbell/ Carona/ Deuell/ et al. SP: Bonnen, Dennis

Relating to real property within the Capitol complex.


SB 1023 Watson SP: Naishtat

Relating to the renewal and extension and modification of a 99-year lease of certain state property to the City of Austin.


SB 1238 Hinojosa/ Huffman SP: Pickett

Relating to the composition and duties of and investigations conducted by the Texas Forensic Science Commission, the administrative attachment of the Texas Forensic Science Commission to Sam Houston State University, the accreditation of criminal laboratories by the Department of Public Safety of the State of Texas, and the status of certain local government corporations as criminal justice agencies for the purpose of engaging in criminal identification activities, including forensic analysis.


SB 1251 Carona SP: Villarreal

Relating to authorized charges and terms for certain consumer loans.


SB 1365 Duncan/ Patrick SP: Villarreal/ et al.

Relating to the provision of credit by examination for public school students.


SB 1367 Duncan SP: Smithee

Relating to abolishing the Texas Health Insurance Pool.


SB 1372 Hinojosa SP: King, Phil

Relating to timeshare owners' associations.


SB 1451 Hinojosa SP: Sheets

Relating to the prosecution of the offense of money laundering and to the forfeiture of certain contraband.


SB 1461 Carona SP: Harper-Brown

Relating to addition of certain municipalities to the territory of a regional transportation authority.


SB 1556 Seliger SP: Davis, John

Relating to the establishment of a school safety certification program and the School Safety Task Force.


SB 1756 Uresti SP: Villalba/ et al.

Relating to the expedited processing of certain applications for permits under the Clean Air Act; authorizing a surcharge.


SB 1803 Huffman SP: Kolkhorst/ et al.

Relating to investigations of and payment holds relating to allegations of fraud or abuse and investigations of and hearings on overpayments and other amounts owed by providers in connection with the Medicaid program or other health and human services programs.


SB 1907 Hegar/ et al. SP: Kleinschmidt/ et al.

Relating to the transportation and storage of firearms and ammunition in private vehicles on the campuses of institutions of higher education.