COMMITTEE:   Homeland Security & Public Safety 

TIME & DATE: 8:00 AM, Tuesday, March 24, 2015 

PLACE:       E2.014 
CHAIR:       Rep. Larry Phillips 


The committee will meet to consider pending business and:


HB 12         Longoria | et al.      
Relating to the border prosecution unit.

HB 172        Stickland              
Relating to municipal regulation of electric stun guns, knives, and personal defense sprays.

HB 278        Ashby | et al.         
Relating to authorizing certain attorneys representing the state to openly carry a handgun.

HB 284        Springer               
Relating to the handgun proficiency required to obtain or renew a concealed handgun license.

HB 308        Springer               
Relating to the places where a person may carry a handgun if the person is licensed to carry a concealed handgun.

HB 872        Raymond                
Relating to the reactivation of a peace officer license.

HB 905        Frullo                 
Relating to the regulation of knives and related supplies and the enforcement of regulations regarding certain weapons.

HB 1190       Guillen                
Relating to the compensation of property owners whose property is damaged as a result of a pursuit involving a federal law enforcement agency.

HB 1285       Simmons | et al.       
Relating to the authority of certain personal protection officers to carry certain weapons.

HB 1376       Paddie                 
Relating to the application of certain concealed handgun license laws to community supervision and corrections department officers and juvenile probation officers; reducing a fee.

HB 1381       Moody                  
Relating to the employment of certain peace officers, detention officers, county jailers, or firefighters who are injured in the course and scope of duty.

HB 1388       Bohac                  
Relating to certain diseases or illnesses suffered by firefighters and emergency medical technicians.

HB 1417       Elkins                 
Relating to peace officer identification cards.

HB 1425       Fletcher | et al.      
Relating to the amount of the fee paid by a defendant for a peace officer's services in executing or processing an arrest warrant, capias, or capias pro fine.

HB 1509       Sheets                 
Relating to the prosecution of the offense of unlawful carrying of weapons.

HB 1832       Pickett                
Relating to the requirements for and confidentiality of state agency continuity of operations plans.

HB 2037       Geren                  
Relating to compensation and leave for certain peace officers.

HB 2135       Miller, Doug           
Relating to the purchasing of a firearm of an honorably retired or deceased peace officer.

HB 2208       Herrero                
Relating to access to criminal history record information by a county tax assessor-collector.

HB 2216       Coleman
Relating to information required of an applicant for a driver's license.

HB 2241       Murr
Relating to the carrying of concealed handguns by certain county officers and  employees in a courthouse.

HB 2272       Raney
Relating to surety bond requirements for reserve deputy sheriffs.

HB 2290       Parker | et al.
Relating to designating January as Human Trafficking Prevention Month.

HB 2376       Turner, Sylvester
Relating to the creation and administration of a disaster recovery fund.

HB 2477       Miller, Rick
Relating to requirements for the issuance of a driver's license or personal identification certificate.

HB 2604       Dale
Relating to a concealed handgun license application that is submitted by a peace officer or a member of the state military forces.

HB 2713       Goldman                
Relating to abolishing the regulation of guard dog trainers.




Persons with disabilities who plan to attend this meeting and who may need assistance, such as a sign language interpreter, are requested to contact Stacey Nicchio at (512) 463-0850, 72 hours prior to the meeting so that appropriate arrangements can be made.