COMMITTEE:   Business & Industry 

TIME & DATE: 10:30 AM or upon final adjourn./recess
Tuesday, March 12, 2013 

PLACE:       E2.014 
CHAIR:       Rep. René Oliveira 


HB 372        Deshotel
Relating to establishing the Workplace Fraud Prevention Act; providing penalties.

HB 667        Martinez, "Mando"
Relating to an unlawful employment practice for an employer whose leave policy does not permit an employee to use leave to care for the employee's foster child.

HB 731        Raymond | et al.
Relating to rest breaks for employees of certain contractors with a governmental entity; providing an administrative penalty.

HB 741        Walle | et al.
Relating to the right of a public employee to breast-feed, or to express breast milk for, the employee's child in the workplace.

HB 1087       Giddings
Relating to the authority of a parent or legal guardian to establish a consumer file for a child or adult ward and act on the child's or adult ward's behalf with a consumer reporting agency.

HB 1369       McClendon
Relating to the ability of a nonexempt employee to participate in certain academic, extracurricular, and developmental activities of the employee's child.

HB 1706       Farrar
Relating to the promotion of breast-feeding and the prohibition against interference with or restriction of the right to breast-feed; providing a private cause of action for denial of this right.

HB 1955       Thompson, Senfronia
Relating to the employment of domestic workers and hotel workers; providing an administrative penalty.




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