COMMITTEE:   Business & Industry 

TIME & DATE: 2:00 PM or upon final adjourn./recess
Tuesday, April 21, 2015 

PLACE:       E2.016 
CHAIR:       Rep. René Oliveira 


HB 1199       Simpson | et al.
Relating to producing, selling, distributing, or promoting certain synthetic substances as a violation of the Deceptive Trade Practices-Consumer Protection Act.

HB 1715       Oliveira               
Relating to a report by the comptroller on wage theft.

HB 1720       Deshotel               
Relating to the consideration of criminal history record information regarding applicants for employment.

HB 1981       Oliveira               
Relating to reporting requirements for certain unclaimed property.

HB 2489       Leach                  
Relating to the ability of a property owners' association to enforce certain provisions on the lease or rental of real property.

HB 2590       Johnson                
Relating to providing a remedy for fraud committed in certain real estate and stock transactions.

HB 3190       Villalba               
Relating to persons authorized to direct, consent to, or disapprove a trustee's decisions.

HB 3222       Walle                  
Relating to the priority of a transferred ad valorem tax lien.

HB 3400       Walle                  
Relating to parties who may bring suit under the Texas Free Enterprise and Antitrust Act of 1983.

HB 3478       Elkins                 
Relating to a breach of system security of a business that exposes consumer credit card or debit card information; providing a civil penalty.

HB 3510       Davis, Yvonne          
Relating to the publication of an image that depicts an individual without the individual's consent; imposing civil penalties.

HB 3537       Davis, Yvonne          
Relating to a breach of system security of a business that exposes consumer credit card or debit card information; providing a civil penalty.

HB 3625       Turner, Sylvester      
Relating to the regulation of extended warranties.

HB 3784       Parker | et al.        
Relating to prohibited practices regarding unauthorized recordings.

HB 4020       Raymond                
Relating to the security of certain financial information and liability for certain security breaches.

HB 4114       McClendon              
Relating to the publication, republication, or other dissemination of mug shots and other information regarding the involvement of an individual in the criminal justice system; increasing a civil penalty.

HB 4118       Walle                  
Relating to requiring employers who choose not to purchase workers' compensation insurance coverage from an insurance carrier to provide certain employee benefits; providing an administrative violation; creating a criminal offense.




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