COMMITTEE:   State Affairs 

TIME & DATE: 10:30 AM or upon final adjourn./recess
Wednesday, April 15, 2015 

PLACE:       JHR 140 
CHAIR:       Rep. Byron Cook 


HB 1982       Miller, Rick
Relating to the transfer of certain state property from the Texas Department of Transportation to the University of Houston.

HB 2034       Capriglione | et al.   
Relating to an exemption from the requirement that a legislative caucus file reports of contributions and expenditures if no reportable activity occurs.

HB 2511       Thompson, Senfronia    
Relating to the creation of the human trafficking prevention business partnership.

HB 2253       Turner, Sylvester      
Relating to a report by the Public Utility Commission of Texas on retail electric service minimum usage fees and usage credits.

HB 2563       Vo                     
Relating to persons who solicit customers on behalf of a retail electric provider; adding provisions subject to a criminal penalty.

HB 2627       Coleman                
Relating to creation of a task force to study population growth in the state.

HB 2801       Peńa                   
Relating to the use of a bathroom, locker room, or shower facility in a public school.

HB 2924       Landgraf | et al.      
Relating to information regarding Down syndrome.

HB 3010       Simmons                
Relating to the consideration of ownership interests of certain persons with disabilities in determining whether a business is a historically underutilized business for purposes of state contracting.

HB 3074       Springer | et al.      
Relating to the provision of artificially administered nutrition and hydration and life-sustaining treatment.

HB 3127       King, Ken              
Relating to the authority of certain telecommunications providers to commit to making infrastructure and network improvements in exchange for support from the universal service fund.

HB 3158       Smithee                
Relating to legislative approval of state agency rules that take effect during the two years preceding a regular legislative session.

HB 3171       Simpson                
Relating to repealing civil asset forfeiture provisions and establishing criminal asset forfeiture in this state.

HB 3183       Naishtat | et al.      
Relating to an advance directive and do-not-resuscitate order of a pregnant patient.

HB 3221       Shaheen                
Relating to mandating a study by the state comptroller on procurement consolidation of all state agencies in state government.

HB 3374       Morrison | et al.      
Relating to information regarding Down syndrome.

HB 3428       Parker                 
Relating to the temporary continuation of utility service for real property of a decedent.

HB 3439       Riddle                 
Relating to the donation of property from a state agency to an assistance organization or a local governmental entity.

HB 3446       Laubenberg | et al.    
Relating to signs required to be displayed at certain facilities that perform abortions.

HB 3765       Laubenberg | et al.    
Relating to consent to an abortion on a minor.

HCR 37        Anderson, Charles "Doc"
Requesting creation of a joint interim committee to study a nonsubstantive reorganization of the Texas Constitution.

HJR 124       Schofield              
Proposing a constitutional amendment to provide for the governor's and lieutenant governor's terms of office to begin at 10 a.m. on the day the regular legislative session convenes.


Notice of this meeting was announced from the house floor.




Bills added after last posting:

HB 2511


Bills deleted after last posting:

HB 2582


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