COMMITTEE:   Judiciary & Civil Jurisprudence 

TIME & DATE: 2:00 PM or upon final adjourn./recess
Monday, April 25, 2011 

PLACE:       E2.010 
CHAIR:       Rep. Jim Jackson 








SB 43         Zaffirini
Relating to the civil liability of an employer or former employer of a mental health services provider who engages in sexual exploitation of a patient or former patient.

HB 352        Rodriguez, Eddie       
Relating to a cost-benefit analysis of rules adopted or amended by the supreme court.

HB 823        Farrar                 
Relating to the liability of certain social workers who provide volunteer health care services to charitable organizations.

HB 910        Thompson               
Relating to gestational agreements.

HB 1777       Lozano                 
Relating to requiring dental support for a child subject to a child support order.

HB 2096       Thompson               
Relating to the filing of writs of habeas corpus in mental health cases.

HB 2415       Garza                  
Relating to the liability of a school district that allows the use of land and facilities that the school district owns, occupies, or leases for recreational or educational purposes.

HB 2531       Gonzales, Larry        
Relating to the terms of a standard possession order in a suit affecting the parent-child relationship.

HB 2876       Aycock                 
Relating to reimbursement by the state for attorney ad litem fees paid by counties in certain suits affecting the parent-child relationship.

HB 3123       Thompson               
Relating to codifying federal foster care funding requirements to locate and provide information to relatives and other adults following the removal of a child by the Department of Family and Protective Services, and court findings regarding those efforts.

HB 3454       Workman                
Relating to the age at which a child may express a preference to the court on issues regarding residence and conservatorship in a suit affecting the parent-child relationship.

HB 3856       Naishtat               
Relating to the proceedings that may be referred to and the powers of a criminal law magistrate in Travis County.



Bills deleted after last posting:

HB 3710

HJR 155


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