LOCAL AND UNCONTESTED BILLS
The following bills have been certified for placement on the Local & Uncontested Calendar to be held Wednesday, May 15, 2013 at 8:00 AM.
Relating to the criteria for review by the Sunset Advisory Commission of an agency that licenses an occupation.
Relating to a mental examination of a child subject to the juvenile justice system.
Relating to the authority of a community center that provides mental health or mental retardation services to sell certain real property of the center.
Relating to the regulation of automotive wrecking and salvage yards in certain counties.
Relating to water shortage reporting by water utilities and providers of wholesale water service.
Relating to the exclusion of certain mineral interests from the property interests that may be condemned by a regional tollway authority.
Relating to prohibiting using a wireless communication device while operating a motor vehicle on school property.
Relating to the enforcement of spousal maintenance agreements and property distribution agreements incident to divorce or annulment.
Relating to liability of certain certified municipal inspectors for services rendered during an emergency or disaster.
Relating to the administration and operation of the appellate judicial system for the Second Court of Appeals District; changing an appellate judicial system court costs fee in certain counties.
Relating to the persons authorized to take a blood specimen from a vehicle operator to test for alcohol concentration or other intoxicating substances.
Relating to eligibility requirements for a residential fire alarm training school instructor.
Relating to the use of sick leave by state employees who are attending educational activities of their children.
Relating to the registration of token trailers.
Relating to the definition of an authorized emergency vehicle.
Relating to issuance of a magistrate's order for emergency protection.
Relating to the report by the General Land Office to the legislature on the effectiveness of the coastal management program.
Relating to the penalty for the operation of a vehicle without a license plate.
Relating to the filling of vacancies on a political party's county executive committee.
Relating to the verification of an inmate's veteran status by the Texas Department of Criminal Justice.
Relating to funding state highway markers.
Relating to a waiver allowing the Department of Family and Protective Services to use certain federal funds to test innovation strategies in child welfare programs.
Relating to restrictions on disaster remediation contracts following a locally declared disaster.
Relating to the application of the public and private facilities and infrastructure contracting requirements to technology facilities.
Relating to certain written information the Windham School District must provide to a person before the person enrolls in a district vocational training program.
Relating to certain actions taken by certain licensing authorities regarding a license holder or applicant who has been convicted of a Class C misdemeanor.
Relating to vocational training programs provided by the Windham School District.
Relating to the filing with the state of electric logs by operators of oil-related or gas-related wells; providing a penalty.
Relating to the designation of a segment of Farm-to-Market Road 2348 in Titus County as the Army Staff Sergeant Chauncy Mays Memorial Highway.
Relating to an exemption from license requirements for a limited number of sales of manufactured housing.
Relating to the identification and operation of vessels in the waters of this state; authorizing a change in fees.
Relating to the transfer of a certificate of convenience and necessity in certain municipalities.
Relating to designating October 1 as Influenza Awareness Day.
Relating to the offense of failure to report abuse or neglect of a child.
Relating to information regarding the number of public school students with dyslexia.
Relating to the continuation and duties of the Human Trafficking Prevention Task Force.
Relating to the dismissal of a charge for the offense of failing to secure a child in a child passenger safety seat system.
Relating to the composition of the El Paso County juvenile board.
Relating to the use of El Paso Mission Valley specialty license plate fees for the preservation and rehabilitation of the Socorro, San Elizario, and Ysleta Missions.
Relating to the exemption of registered dental laboratories from certain distributing and manufacturing licensing requirements.
Relating to the distribution of certain civil penalties and civil restitution received by the attorney general.
Relating to the designation of a segment of U.S. Highway 75 in Collin County as the Prisoner of War Memorial Highway.
Relating to the assumed name of a series limited liability company.
Relating to the confidentiality of certain information held by the Department of Family and Protective Services.
Relating to barratry.
Relating to the eligibility of certain terminally ill individuals to purchase a resident hunting license.
Relating to the provision of services to certain individuals with developmental disabilities by a state supported living center.
Relating to workers' compensation and other remedies available to an injured temporary employee.
Relating to identification requirements for certain fire hydrants and flush valves.
Relating to the disposition of confiscated game, animal parts, and animal products.
Relating to the allocation of the expenses of a joint election to certain school districts.
Relating to alcoholic beverage advertising on the outside of certain vehicles.
Relating to professional development training for certain public school personnel regarding student disciplinary procedures.
Relating to the provision of 9-1-1 services; providing criminal penalties.
Relating to the provision of water by a public utility or water supply or sewer service corporation for use in fire suppression.
Relating to the receipt or consideration of a petition requesting detachment and annexation by the board of trustees of a school district after adoption of consolidation resolutions.
Relating to the authority of public institutions of higher education to make certain investments to support technology commercialization.
Relating to the administration of a high school equivalency examination.
Relating to education research centers and the sharing of educational data between state agencies; redesignating certain fees as charges.
Relating to municipally owned utility systems; authorizing the imposition of fees by a utility board of trustees.
Relating to eligibility of charitable organizations to participate in a state employee charitable campaign.
Relating to the view of the State Capitol.
Relating to requesting a replacement voter registration certificate by telephone or electronically.
Relating to the limitation on the amount that may be charged for certain debt cancellation agreements.
Relating to automobile club memberships offered in connection with certain motor vehicle retail installment contracts.
Relating to the oath taken by a person who assists a voter.
Relating to the composition of certain regional transportation authority subregional boards.
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.
Relating to the fraudulent use of identifying information by certain sex offenders; providing criminal penalties.
Relating to employment in certain consumer-directed services and by certain facilities and to the nurse aide registry and the employee misconduct registry.
Relating to the employment of an attorney by the Texas Funeral Service Commission.
Relating to the authority of the board of regents of The Texas A&M University System to dispose of real property and mineral interests under its jurisdiction.
Relating to fare enforcement officers for metropolitan rapid transit authorities.
Relating to the San Jacinto Historical Advisory Board.
Relating to the authority of certain counties to impose a county hotel occupancy tax.
Relating to the Texas Peace Officers' Memorial Monument.
Relating to the board of directors of the Tarrant Regional Water District.
Urging the U.S. Department of State to take appropriate action to ensure that Mexico complies with the 1944 Treaty regarding shared water resources and that it make required water deliveries to the United States a priority.
Relating to the housing authorities in certain municipalities and counties.
Relating to school district reports concerning corporal punishment and the issuance of citations by a peace officer.
Relating to standards for school district, public school campus, and open-enrollment charter school performance ratings.
Relating to the creation of the Comal County Water Improvement District No. 3; granting a limited power of eminent domain; providing authority to issue bonds; providing authority to impose assessments, fees, or taxes.
Urging Congress to reauthorize Section 5056 of the Water Resources Development Act of 2007 and to appropriate sufficient funds for the Rio Grande Environmental Management Program.