SENATE FLOOR ACTION
May 23, 2013
The Senate adopted the following resolutions:
Recognizing Larry Coker.
Recognizing May 23, 2013, as Leadership Plainview Day.
Suspending limitations on conference committee jurisdiction, H.B. No. 1160.
Recognizing the importance of postsecondary education for persons with intellectual disabilities.
The Senate concurred in House amendments to the following:
Relating to required reports and other documents prepared by state agencies and institutions of higher education.
Relating to the child fatality review team committee.
Relating to the punishment for the offense of tampering with certain governmental records based on certain reporting for school districts and open-enrollment charter schools.
Relating to access by a public institution of higher education to the criminal history record information of certain persons seeking to reside in on-campus housing.
Relating to certain legal advice or legal services rendered to certain public servants.
Relating to the criminal procedures related to children who commit certain Class C misdemeanors.
Relating to the Texas System of Care and the development of local mental health systems of care for certain children.
Relating to requiring permanency planning meetings for certain children in the conservatorship of the Department of Family and Protective Services.
Relating to the transfer of alcoholic beverages for manufacturing purposes between certain permit and license holders.
Relating to sexual assault prevention and crisis services and to the administration of the Crime Victims' Compensation Act.
Relating to trusts.
Relating to a list of mental health, substance abuse, and suicide prevention programs that may be selected for implementation by public schools.
Relating to the provision of insurance coverage for certain portable electronic devices.
Relating to certain authorized investments under the Insurance Code.
Relating to real property within the Capitol complex.
Relating to the sale by the Brazos River Authority and regulation of certain real property in the immediate vicinity of Possum Kingdom Lake.
Relating to the sales and use tax consequences of economic development agreements made by certain municipalities.
Relating to the Harris-Galveston Subsidence District; providing authority to impose a fee.
Relating to the regulation of certain water and sewage utilities to ensure public safety in and around certain municipalities.
Relating to the rights of certain victims of sexual assault.
Relating to certain economic development programs administered by the Department of Agriculture.
Relating to the election of board members for emergency services districts in certain counties.
Relating to requiring trauma-informed care training for certain staff of county and state juvenile facilities.
Relating to the provision of credit by examination for public school students.
Relating to specialty license plates issued to retired members of the United States armed forces.
Relating to an audit by the state auditor of the Texas Enterprise Fund.
Relating to the Texas military; imposing criminal penalties; authorizing fees.
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.
Relating to certain specialty license plates.
The Senate refused to concur in House amendments and requested the appointment of a Conference Committee on the following:
Relating to inclusion of instruction in the detection and education of students with mental or emotional disorders in the requirements for educator training programs.
Relating to the standard valuation for life insurance, accident and health insurance, and annuities.
The Senate granted the request for the appointment of a Conference Committee on the following:
Relating to fees charged to certain recreational vehicle parks.
The Senate adopted conference committee reports on the following bills:
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 the transfer of a certificate of convenience and necessity in certain municipalities.