COMMITTEE:   Licensing & Administrative Procedures 

TIME & DATE: 2:00 PM or upon final adjourn./recess
Monday, April 17, 2017 

PLACE:       E2.026 
CHAIR:       Rep. John Kuempel 


HB 91         White | et al.
Relating to a review of occupational licensing requirements related to an applicant's criminal history.

HB 340        Goldman                
Relating to abolishing shampoo apprentice permits and shampoo specialty certificates.

HB 894        Raymond | et al.       
Relating to local option elections to legalize or prohibit the operation of eight-liners; imposing fees; creating criminal penalties.

HB 986        Guerra                 
Relating to an exemption from licensing requirements for certain physicians and athletic trainers employed by sports teams.

HB 1104       Hernandez              
Relating to sexual assault and domestic violence awareness training and reporting by cosmetology license holders.

HB 2022       Goldman                
Relating to warning signs applicable to the carrying of weapons on the premises of certain holders of alcoholic beverage licenses and permits.

HB 2072       Gutierrez              
Relating to the eligibility of certain persons for a license in massage therapy.

HB 2278       Phillips               
Relating to the solicitation of business by a distiller's agent.

HB 2304       Guillen                
Relating to the hours of instruction provided in barbering and cosmetology schools.

HB 2407       Goldman | et al.       
Relating to the regulation of the hours of instruction for cosmetology licensing.

HB 2408       Goldman | et al.       
Relating to cosmetology licensing and sanitation requirements.

HB 2629       Thompson, Senfronia    
Relating to notice and continuing education requirements regarding human trafficking for certain licensed occupations and establishments.

HB 2738       Hernandez              
Relating to the hours of instruction provided in barbering and cosmetology schools.

HB 2739       Hernandez              
Relating to the regulation of barber schools, private beauty culture schools, and other facilities used to teach or perform the practice of barbering or cosmetology.

HB 2976       Frullo                 
Relating to the towing of unauthorized or unattended vehicles on a parking facility.

HB 3003       Kuempel                
Relating to certain activities for the promotion and marketing of beer.

HB 3067       Kacal                  
Relating to product tastings of alcoholic beverages on certain permitted premises.

HB 3089       Morrison, Geanie W.    
Relating to the designation of a common area for on-premise consumption by a holder of certain alcoholic beverage permits and licenses.

HB 3287       Goldman | et al.       
Relating to the sale of beer and ale by the holders of Manufacturer's Licenses and Brewer's permits.

HB 3306       Kuempel                
Relating to the regulation of motor vehicle towing, booting, and storage and to the elimination of required state licensing for vehicle booting companies and operators.

HB 3307       Kuempel                
Relating to the regulation of barbering and cosmetology.

HB 3400       Canales                
Relating to allowing the holder of a brewpub license to sell beer, ale, and malt liquor to certain qualified persons outside the state.

HB 3414       Shaheen                
Relating to the membership of the Texas State Board of Plumbing Examiners.

HB 3505       Thompson, Senfronia
Relating to the operation of a motor vehicle dealership by certain manufacturers or distributors.

HB 3907       Frullo                 
Relating to the requirements for and inspection of a retail fireworks site.

HB 4042       Paddie                 
Relating to the sale by certain alcoholic beverage permit holders of alcoholic beverages at auction.

HB 4154       Paul                   
Relating to the renewal of a plumber's apprentice certificate of registration.

HJR 23        Raymond                
Proposing a constitutional amendment authorizing local option elections to legalize or prohibit the operation of eight-liners.



Bills added after last posting:

HB 3505


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