LOCAL AND UNCONTESTED BILLS
The following bills have been certified for placement on the Local & Uncontested Calendar to be held Thursday, April 4, 2013 at 8:30 AM.
Relating to the use of a wireless communication device to provide evidence of motor vehicle financial responsibility.
Relating to an exception to the domicile requirement for issuance of a commercial driver's license for certain military personnel.
Relating to the use of funds of certain municipal hospital authorities.
Relating to the eligibility requirements for certain occupational licenses issued to applicants with military experience.
Relating to permitting electronic delivery of certain documents in a criminal case.
Relating to the audit of court registry funds in certain counties.
Relating to an exemption for persons who sell certain burglar and fire alarm components from the requirement to be licensed as an air conditioning and refrigeration contractor.
Relating to leave for certain veterans returning to state employment.
Relating to all-terrain vehicles and recreational off-highway vehicles.
Relating to the expiration of tuition equalization grant requirements for grants awarded before the 2005-2006 academic year.
Relating to placement of children with certain relatives or other designated caregivers.
Relating to the issuance of specialty license plates to honor recipients of the Defense Superior Service Medal.
Relating to the issuance of specialty license plates for certain Operation Enduring Freedom veterans.
Relating to the enforcement of water conservation and animal care and control ordinances of a municipality by civil action or quasi-judicial enforcement; providing civil penalties.
Relating to assessment collection in certain public improvement districts.
Relating to the regulation of industrialized housing.
Relating to certain records and supporting affidavits filed as evidence in certain actions.
Relating to the change of the name of the Commission on Law Enforcement Officer Standards and Education to the Texas Commission on Law Enforcement.
Relating to a defense to prosecution for criminal trespass.
Relating to insurance rating and underwriting practices and declinations based on certain consumer inquiries.
Relating to reports of missing children or attempted child abductions and to education and training for peace officers regarding missing or exploited children.
Relating to the use of certain tax revenue to enhance and upgrade convention center facilities, multipurpose arenas, multiuse facilities, and related infrastructure in certain municipalities.
Relating to the creation of the Harris County Municipal Utility District No. 531; providing authority to impose a tax and issue bonds; granting a limited power of eminent domain.
Relating to the creation of the Harris County Municipal Utility District No. 530; providing authority to impose a tax and issue bonds; granting a limited power of eminent domain.
Relating to boll weevil eradication activities and programs.
Relating to the prosecution of certain criminal offenses involving theft or involving fraud or other deceptive practices.
Relating to the marketing of certain alcoholic beverages by manufacturers and their agents; providing for a permitting fee.
Relating to training for school district and open-enrollment charter school liaisons who assist students in the conservatorship of the state with school enrollments and transfers.
Relating to the collection of data through the Public Education Information Management System (PEIMS) as to the foster care status of public school students.
Relating to the powers and duties of the Harris County Municipal Utility District No. 171; providing authority to impose a tax and issue bonds.
Relating to establishing the Citizens' Star of Texas Award.
Relating to the requirement that an unemployed individual be actively seeking work to be eligible for unemployment compensation benefits.
Relating to the right to terminate a lease and avoid liability by a victim of certain sexual offenses or stalking.
Relating to management of a coordinated county transportation authority.
Relating to the correction of employment termination reports for law enforcement officers.
Relating to in camera review and filing of the information at issue in a suit filed under the public information law.
Relating to the business, supervision, and regulation of state savings and loan associations and state savings banks; providing a criminal penalty.
Relating to the nonsubstantive revision of certain local laws concerning special districts, including conforming amendments.
Relating to the registration and use of marks, including trademarks and service marks.
Relating to the content of a notice provided to an owner or lienholder of a vehicle towed to a vehicle storage facility.
Relating to the monthly fee a defendant must pay during a period of community supervision.
Relating to the preference given by state and local governmental entities to agricultural products produced or grown in this state.
Relating to land reclamation projects using tires.
Relating to water conservation.
Relating to the Edwards Aquifer Authority's regulation of wells with limited production capabilities.
Relating to specialty license plates issued to retired members of the United States armed forces.
Relating to the election of directors of certain electric cooperatives.
Urging Congress to restore the presumption of a service connection for Agent Orange exposure to United States Navy and United States Air Force veterans who served on the inland waterways, in the territorial waters, and in the airspace of the Republic of Vietnam and to institute a presumption of connection to employment for civilians exposed to Agent Orange in their workplaces.
Designating the first Tuesday in March as Texas Assisted Living Awareness Day for a 10-year period beginning in 2013.