Regular Order of Business for 7/23/2017

REGULAR ORDER OF BUSINESS



Sunday

July 23, 2017




SENATE BILLS

(Calendar Order)



SENATE BILLS

(Second Reading)



SB 17 Kolkhorst/ Huffman/ Nelson/ et al.

Relating to maternal health and safety, pregnancy-related deaths, and maternal morbidity, including postpartum depression.


SB 2 Taylor, Larry/ Bettencourt/ Campbell/ Huffines/ Nelson/ et al.

Relating to public school finance, including the establishment of a tax credit scholarship and educational expense assistance program.


SB 16 Taylor, Larry/ Bettencourt/ Burton/ Campbell/ Garcia/ et al.

Relating to the creation of a commission to recommend improvements to the public school finance system.


SB 1 Bettencourt/ Creighton/ Hancock/ Taylor, Van

Relating to ad valorem taxation.


SB 4 Schwertner/ Bettencourt/ Birdwell/ Buckingham/ Burton/ et al.

Relating to prohibiting certain transactions between a governmental entity and an abortion provider or affiliate of the provider.


SB 10 Campbell/ Creighton/ Huffines/ Hughes/ Perry/ et al.

Relating to reporting requirements by certain physicians and health care facilities for abortion complications; authorizing a civil penalty.


SB 73 Hughes/ Bettencourt/ Birdwell/ Buckingham/ Burton/ et al.

Relating to reporting and certification requirements by certain physicians regarding certain abortions.


SB 11 Perry/ et al.

Relating to general procedures and requirements for do-not-resuscitate orders.


SB 8 Creighton/ Bettencourt/ Birdwell/ Buckingham/ Burton/ et al.

Relating to health plan and health benefit plan coverage for elective abortion.


SB 9 Hancock/ Bettencourt/ Birdwell/ Buckingham/ Burton/ et al.

Relating to the constitutional limit on the rate of growth of appropriations.


SB 3 Kolkhorst

Relating to the regulation of certain facilities and activities of political subdivisions, including public school districts, and open-enrollment charter schools.


SB 7 Hughes/ Bettencourt/ Birdwell/ Burton/ Campbell/ et al.

Relating to payroll deductions for state and local government employee organizations.


SB 5 Hancock/ Bettencourt/ Buckingham/ Burton/ Estes/ et al.

Relating to the prevention of fraud in the conduct of an election; creating a criminal offense; increasing criminal penalties.


SB 6 Campbell/ Buckingham/ Schwertner/ et al.

Relating to municipal annexation.


SB 19 Nelson/ Campbell/ Estes/ Huffman/ Hughes/ et al.

Relating to bonuses and salaries for public school classroom teachers and state assistance for the Texas Public School Employees Group Insurance Program.


SB 18 Estes/ Campbell/ Huffines/ Hughes/ Schwertner

Relating to a limit on local government expenditures.