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SENATE
NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING
COMMITTEE:
Transportation & Homeland Security
TIME & DATE:
7:30 AM, Wednesday, April 01, 2009
PLACE:
E1.016 (Hearing Room)
CHAIR:
Senator John Carona
**If necessary, the Committee will reconvene 30 minutes after the Senate
adjourns.**
 
The Committee will meet to consider the following as new business:
 
SJR 9
 
Carona
Proposing a constitutional amendment limiting the purposes for which revenue from taxes on motor fuels and lubricants may be used and authorizing the legislature to provide for automatic adjustments of the rates of motor fuels taxes.
 
SB 216
 
Carona
Relating to the permissible uses of the state highway fund.
 
SB 418
 
Carona
Relating to requiring law enforcement agencies to compile and maintain certain information in a criminal street gang intelligence database.
 
SB 419
 
Carona
Relating to the evidence required for the release of a motor vehicle after impoundment of the vehicle for failure to maintain evidence of financial responsibility.
 
SB 501
 
Carona
Relating to the civil consequences of certain convictions on a person who holds a commercial driver's license and of certain adjudications on the driver's license or permit of a child.
 
SB 512
 
Carona
Relating to authorizing the Texas Department of Public Safety to establish a driver record monitoring pilot program and enter into contracts for the periodic reporting of certain information in the department's driver's license files; providing penalties.
 
SB 1077
 
Carona
Relating to certain persons and activities regulated by the Department of Public Safety.
 
SB 1093
 
Carona
Relating to the operation of a commercial motor vehicle.
 
SB 1094
 
Carona
Relating to the submission of reports on certain convictions or adjudications relating to the operation of motor vehicles to the Texas Department of Public Safety.
 
SB 1095
 
Carona
Relating to the licensing and regulation of used automotive parts recyclers; providing penalties.
 
SB 1367
 
Carona
Relating to parking placard applications by persons with a mobility problem caused by an impairment of vision.
 

SB 1383
 
Carona
Relating to the creation and administration of the Texas Local Participation Transportation Program.
 
SB 1466
 
Davis, Wendy
Relating to the purchase of cement by the Texas Department of Transportation.
 
SB 1507
 
Carona
Relating to motor vehicles; providing penalties.
 
SB 1508
 
Carona
Relating to the authority of certain transportation and transit authorities to enforce compliance with high occupancy vehicle lane restrictions by an automated enforcement system; providing for the imposition of penalties.
 
SB 1634
 
Carona
Relating to service charges for certain renewals of driver's licenses and personal identification certificates.
 
SB 1669
 
Nichols
Relating to the authority and powers of regional mobility authorities.
 
SB 1783
 
Carona
Relating to the use of an offender identification card or similar form of identification as proof of identity for an applicant for a driver's license or commercial driver's license.
 
SB 1784
 
Carona
Relating to the requirement of citizenship or lawful presence in the United States for issuance of a driver's license, personal identification certificate, commercial driver's license, or commercial driver learner's permit.
 
SB 1785
 
Carona | et al.
Relating to the regulation of driver's licenses and personal identification certificates by the Department of Public Safety of the State of Texas, including enforcement measures against fictitious or fraudulently obtained licenses or certificates; providing a criminal penalty.
 
SB 1876
 
Nelson
Relating to the administration and powers of a coordinated county transportation authority.
 
SB 1967
 
Carona
Relating to the safe operation of motorcycles and other vehicles in this state; providing penalties.
 
At the Chairman's discretion, the Committee may also consider pending
business.
Those wishing to give public testimony should limit oral remarks to 2
minutes.  If submitting written testimony, please submit 15 copies, with
your name and the corresponding bill number on each copy, to the Committee
Staff at the hearing.