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COMMITTEE:    Juvenile Justice & Family Issues 

TIME & DATE:  10:30 AM or upon final adjourn./recess or bill referral if permission granted
Wednesday, April 10, 2019 

PLACE:       E2.012 
CHAIR:       Rep. Harold V. Dutton, Jr. 


HB 1916        Miller | et al.
Relating to requiring evidence-based trauma training for certain attorneys.

HB 2229        Johnson, Jarvis         
Relating to a report of information concerning juvenile offenders committed to the Texas Juvenile Justice Department who have been in foster care.

HB 2230        Johnson, Jarvis         
Relating to the functions of the Texas Juvenile Justice Department.

HB 2234        Pacheco                
Relating to the offense of contributing to truancy by a parent; increasing a criminal penalty.

HB 2491        Wu                     
Relating to the disposition of a juvenile who engages in delinquent conduct that violates a penal law of the grade of state jail felony.

HB 2688        Metcalf                
Relating to the creation of a specialty treatment court for certain individuals residing with a child who is the subject of a juvenile court case.

HB 2756        Leach
Relating to the protection of parental rights.

HB 3121        Bowers                 
Relating to ensuring the safety of children in suits affecting the parent-child relationship.

HB 3688        White                  
Relating to the apprehension of a child after escape from a secure juvenile facility or violation of conditions of release under supervision.

HB 4035        Dutton                 
Relating to technical corrections for certain children.

HB 4336        Stickland              
Relating to requiring the expulsion of a public school student who engages in certain conduct that constitutes the offense of terroristic threat.

HB 4495        Murr                   
Relating to the transfer of certain suits affecting the parent-child relationship.

HB 4606        White                  
Relating to youth diversion programs for children accused of certain fine-only offenses and related criminal justice matters; authorizing and imposing fees.



Bills added after last posting:

HB 2756


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