Public testimony will be limited to 3
The order in which bills will be heard is at
the discretion of the chair.
HB 918 White
Relating to providing certain discharged or released inmates with
documentation to assist in obtaining employment.
HB 936 Canales
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Relating to the temperature at which a facility operated by the Texas
Department of Criminal Justice is maintained.
HB 1452 Thompson,
Relating to the date on which certain persons placed on deferred adjudication
community supervision are eligible to file a petition for an order of
nondisclosure of criminal history record information.
Relating to the early release from supervision of certain persons released on
parole or to mandatory supervision.
Relating to prohibiting the confinement of inmates by the Texas Department of
Criminal Justice in facilities operated by private vendors.
Relating to certain programs and services for inmates and state jail felony
defendants, including the creation of a work release program and the
availability of peer support services.
HB 2233 White
Relating to the eligibility for certain occupational licenses and the use of
a person's criminal history as grounds for certain actions related to the
HB 2448 Reynolds
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Relating to a strategic plan to reduce recidivism by facilitating stable
employment for persons who are preparing to reenter communities of this state
HB 2502 Moody
Relating to a mandatory term of confinement for defendants placed on
community supervision for the criminal offense of leaving the scene of a
motor vehicle accident resulting in the death of a person.
HB 2559 Bowers
Relating to the issuance of a summons for certain persons charged with a
violation of a condition of release on parole or to mandatory supervision.
HB 2623 White
Relating to the requirements for a change of name for a person with a final
felony conviction or a person required to register as a sex offender.
Relating to a proxy for a member of the legislature visiting a facility
operated by or under contract with the Texas Department of Criminal Justice.
HB 2744 Neave
Relating to the access of a female inmate of the Texas Department of Criminal
Justice to certain educational and vocational programs and services.
Relating to changing the eligibility of persons charged with certain
trafficking and prostitution offenses to receive community supervision,
including deferred adjudication community supervision.
HB 3120 Bonnen,
Relating to the punishment for certain felony offenses committed by an inmate
released on parole or to mandatory supervision.
HB 3227 Howard
Relating to a female inmate's access to programs offered to inmates of the
Texas Department of Criminal Justice.
Relating to the award of diligent participation credit to defendants serving
a sentence for a state jail felony offense.
HR 387 Reynolds
Expressing support for full reinstatement of Project Re-Integration of
HCR 33 White
Expressing opposition to the enactment or enforcement in Texas of a law that
automatically suspends the driver's license of an individual who is convicted
of any drug-related offense.
HCR 47 Bailes
Paying tribute to the history of the Texas Prison Rodeo.