COMMITTEE:    State Affairs 

TIME & DATE:  10:30 AM or upon final adjourn./recess
Wednesday, March 25, 2015 

PLACE:        JHR 140 
CHAIR:        Rep. Byron Cook 


HB 22          Davis, Sarah
Relating to the powers and duties of the Texas Ethics Commission; creating a criminal offense.

HB 37          Cook
Relating to the reporting of certain political contributions and political expenditures by certain persons; adding provisions subject to a criminal penalty.

HB 38          Cook
Relating to the duties of nonprofit corporations regarding certain contributions and the disclosure of information relating to those contributions in certain campaign finance reports.

HB 614         Davis, Sarah
Relating to establishing an advance directive registry.

HB 881         Dukes
Relating to outsourcing a service performed by a health and human services agency to a private commercial contractor.

HB 1521        Farrar
Relating to state agency authority to establish child-care subsidy programs.

HB 1533        Geren
Relating to a restriction on the use of certain political contributions from a single source in the month before an election.

HB 1535        Frullo | et al.
Relating to rates of and certificates of convenience and necessity for certain non-ERCOT electric utilities.

HB 1618        King, Ken               
Relating to the period of eligibility for support from the universal service plan for certain providers.

HB 1745        Bell | et al.           
Relating to the funding and issuing of marriage licenses and certifications and the recognition of certain marriages.

HB 1771        Raney                   
Relating to the donation of sick leave by state employees.

HB 1787        Turner, Chris           
Relating to the regulation of political contributions and expenditures.

HB 1839        Israel                  
Relating to authority for certain state employees to work flexible hours and to work from home or other authorized alternative work sites.

HB 1926        Kacal | et al.          
Relating to the governance of certain municipal power agencies; providing authority to issue bonds.

HB 3343        Turner, Sylvester       
Relating to the development of electricity demand response programs.

HB 2184        Miller, Rick            
Relating to liability of certain electric utilities that allow certain uses of land that the electric utility owns, occupies, or leases.

HB 2254        Turner, Sylvester       
Relating to certain fees, charges, or credits based on a customer's electricity use in areas where competition has been introduced.

HB 2327        Thompson, Senfronia | et al. 
Relating to a study on periodic rate adjustment by electric utilities.

HB 2650        Thompson, Ed            
Relating to the authority of the Public Utility Commission of Texas to regulate any entity that holds itself out as a telephone service provider.




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