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Supplemental House Calendar

Thursday, April 20, 2017

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********** GENERAL STATE CALENDAR **********
HOUSE BILLS
THIRD READING

HB 100              Paddie / Thompson, Senfronia / Nevárez / Kuempel / Morrison, Geanie W. / et al.

Relating to the regulation of transportation network companies; requiring an occupational permit; authorizing a fee.

HB 2053             Oliveira

Relating to the enforcement of workers' compensation compliance and practice requirements.

HB 1352             Pickett / Ortega / Blanco

Relating to the conveyance of property by a municipality for the public purpose of economic development.

HB 1486             Price / Bonnen, Greg / Coleman / Collier / Sheffield / et al.

Relating to peer specialists, peer services, and the provision of those services under the medical assistance program.

HB 932              Johnson, Jarvis / Wu / Giddings / et al.

Relating to the collection of information concerning the number of juvenile offenders committed to the Texas Juvenile Justice Department who have been in foster care.

HB 21               Huberty / Zerwas / Turner / King, Ken / Dutton / et al.

Relating to the public school finance system.

HB 265              Hernandez / Flynn / Faircloth

Relating to the composition of the board of trustees of the Employees Retirement System of Texas.

HB 264              Hernandez

Relating to public outreach materials to foster awareness of certain public school curriculum requirements.

HB 2263             Gooden

Relating to continued monitoring of certain public school campuses that have been assigned a campus intervention team.

HB 357              Huberty / Bernal / Lucio III / Rodriguez, Justin / Guillen

Relating to the eligibility of the children of certain first responders for free prekindergarten programs in public schools.


********** POSTPONED BUSINESS **********
UNTIL 10:00 AM

HB 2335             Miller / Keough / Blanco / Wu / et al.

Relating to requiring evidence-based trauma training for certain attorneys, court-appointed volunteer advocates, child-care workers, and child protective services employees.


********** POSTPONED BUSINESS **********
UNTIL 10:30 AM

HB 1351             Wray / Fallon

Relating to the prohibition of local motor fuel taxes on compressed natural gas and liquefied natural gas.


********** POSTPONED BUSINESS **********
UNTIL 1:00 PM

HB 152              Dutton

Relating to the restoration of certain rights to a criminal defendant.


********** GENERAL STATE CALENDAR **********
HOUSE BILLS
SECOND READING

HB 1014             Alonzo

Relating to the composition of the board of trustees of the Employees Retirement System of Texas.

HB 518              Darby / Parker / Thompson, Senfronia / Murphy / Oliverson / et al.

Relating to the retention and use of sales tax revenue collected by certain retailers to provide job training and placement services to certain persons.

HB 728              Guerra / Cook / Bohac / Parker / Howard / et al.

Relating to the establishment by the commissioner of education of an advanced computer science program for high school students.

HB 776              Ashby

Relating to the removal of home addresses from personal financial statements filed by certain persons.

HB 89               King, Phil / Goldman / Alvarado / Davis, Sarah / Cook / et al.

Relating to state contracts with and investments in companies that boycott Israel.

HB 367              Bernal / VanDeaver / Price / Thompson, Senfronia / Minjarez / et al.

Relating to the authority of a school district to donate food to a nonprofit organization to be served to students of the district.

HB 1083             Perez / Guillen

Relating to authorizing a regulatory authority to establish reduced water utility rates funded by donations for the benefit of elderly customers.

HB 1140             Anderson, Charles "Doc" / Guillen / Raney / Cosper / Israel / et al.

Relating to the allocation categories for state funding of public transportation.

HB 1761             Smithee

Relating to jurisdiction of the Texas Supreme Court.

HB 3107             Ashby

Relating to the production of public information under the public information law.

HB 2126             Button

Relating to the franchise tax rate applicable to certain taxable entities that sell telephone prepaid calling cards.

HB 2437             Phillips

Relating to confidentiality of reports and related information for a solvency examination of an insurance carrier.

HB 122              Dutton / Rose / Johnson, Jarvis / Cook / Wu / et al.

Relating to the age of criminal responsibility and to certain substantive and procedural matters related to that age.

HB 1555             Kuempel

Relating to the sale of lottery tickets by certain wine and beer retailers.

HB 873              Pickett / et al.

Relating to prohibiting certain establishments serving the public from restricting a peace officer or special investigator from carrying a weapon on the premises.

HB 2504             Hernandez / Coleman

Relating to the compensation provided to the governing body of certain special districts.

 

 


RULE FOR FLOOR CONSIDERATION

C.S.H.B. 21

 

Pursuant to House Rule 3, Section 4(2) and House Rule 6, Section 16(f), the House Committee on Calendars proposes the following rule governing floor consideration of House Bill 21:

“Section 1. All original amendments that will be offered during second reading consideration of the bill must be filed with the chief clerk by 5 p.m. on Monday, April 17, 2017.”