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** REVISION **
SENATE
NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING
COMMITTEE:
Finance
TIME & DATE:
8:30 AM, Saturday, May 19, 2007
PLACE:
E1.036 (Finance Room)
CHAIR:
Senator Steve Ogden
To consider the following:
 
HB 735
 
Straus / et al.
SP:
Williams
Relating to the discontinuation of the Telecommunications Infrastructure Fund.
 
HB 1022
 
Hilderbran / et al.
SP:
Williams
Relating to the exemption from ad valorem taxation of a motor vehicle owned by an individual and used in the course of the owner's occupation or profession and also for personal activities of the owner and to the rendition of such vehicles.
 
HJR 54
 
Hilderbran / et al.
SP:
Williams
Proposing a constitutional amendment authorizing the legislature to exempt from ad valorem taxation one motor vehicle owned by an individual and used in the course of the owner's occupation or profession and also for personal activities of the owner.
 
HB 3699
 
McCall
SP:
Williams
Relating to the management of public school land and the investment of the permanent school fund.
 
HB 2982
 
Hardcastle
SP:
Seliger
Relating to the ad valorem tax appraisal of oil or gas interests.
 
HB 3430
 
Strama / et al.
SP:
Hegar
Relating to the online availability of information about state expenditures, including the creation of a state database containing information on state expenditures and to certain comptroller reports.
 
HB 3630
 
Van Arsdale
SP:
Hegar
Relating to the appraisal for ad valorem tax purposes of a parcel of land that is used for single-family residential purposes and is contiguous to a parcel of agricultural or open-space land owned by the same person.
 
HJR 40
 
Hochberg
SP:
Hegar
Proposing a constitutional amendment authorizing the legislature to provide that the maximum appraised value of a residence homestead for ad valorem taxation is limited to the lesser of the most recent market value of the residence homestead as determined by the appraisal entity or 110 percent, or a greater percentage, of the appraised value of the residence homestead for the preceding tax year.
 
Bills deleted after last posting:
HB 1207
HB 3107
** See Committee Coordinator for previous versions of the schedule **