COMMITTEE:    State Affairs 

TIME & DATE:  10:30 AM or upon final adjourn./recess or bill referral if permission granted
Monday, April 1, 2019 

PLACE:       E2.028 
CHAIR:       Rep. Dade Phelan 




HB 415         Guerra
Relating to the procedure for adoption by a state agency of rules that may have an adverse economic effect on  small businesses, micro-businesses, and rural communities.

HB 632         Phelan                 
Relating to a pilot program for the recovery of delinquent state obligations owed to certain state agencies.

HB 1096        Capriglione | et al.    
Relating to the modernization of state agency information technology systems.

HB 1752        Clardy                 
Relating to the construction manager-at-risk method of contracting for governmental construction projects.

HB 1784        Capriglione            
Relating to management and storage of state records and information.

HB 1929        Noble | et al.          
Relating to the prohibition of certain transactions between a governmental entity and an abortion provider or affiliate of the provider.

HB 2042        Stucky                 
Relating to postpayment audits conducted by the comptroller and annual financial reports submitted by state agencies.

HB 2071        Howard                 
Relating to state agencies developing applications.

HB 2082        Stucky                 
Relating to recovery audits of payments made by state agencies to vendors.

HB 2110        Shaheen                
Relating to state agency measurement and management of customer satisfaction.

HB 2162        Cole | et al.           
Relating to a study on the suitability of unused and underused public facilities for joint use by state and local governmental entities.

HB 2364        Darby                  
Relating to the applicability of information resources technology through statewide technology centers.

HB 2401        Deshotel               
Relating to the requirement that state agency employees complete cybersecurity awareness training.

HB 2509        Gutierrez              
Relating to creating a criminal offense for the failure to procure goods or services from a community rehabilitation program.

HB 2585        Leach                  
Relating to civil works projects and other construction projects of governmental entities.

HB 2884        Miller | et al.         
Relating to statewide technology centers and cloud computing services.

HB 2965        Toth                   
Relating to changing the elements of an offense for certain open meetings requirements for a member of a governmental body.

HB 3175        Deshotel               
Relating to the confidentiality of certain personal information of an applicant for disaster recovery funds.

HB 3402        Phelan | et al.
Relating to changing the criminal offense of conspiracy to circumvent the open meetings law.

HB 3535        Phelan
Relating to the payment of certain fees to municipalities by entities that provide telecommunications and cable or video services.

HB 3542        Phelan
Relating to the valuation of a retail public utility or its facilities as part of a voluntary acquisition.

HB 3631        Bailes
Relating to the confidentiality of the e-mail address of an applicant for or holder of a license issued by a state agency.

HB 3752        Walle
Relating to certain procedures applicable to meetings under the open meetings law and the disclosure of public information under the public information law in the event of an emergency, urgent public necessity, or catastrophic event.

HB 3784        Larson
Relating to authorizing a statewide referendum allowing voters to indicate a preference for exempting the state from daylight saving time or observing daylight saving time year-round.

HB 3834        Capriglione
Relating to the requirement that certain state and local government employees and state contractors complete a cybersecurity training program certified by the state cybersecurity coordinator.

HB 3875        Capriglione
Relating to cloud compatibility of certain state agency information technology purchases.

HB 3899        Springer
Relating to the encouragement of intra-state commerce.

HB 3912        Phelan
Relating to state agency reports submitted to the legislature.

HB 3995        Phelan | et al.         
Relating to certificates of convenience and necessity for the construction of transmission facilities.

HB 4150        Paddie | et al.         
Relating to safety and inspection reporting requirements for certain utilities.

HB 4214        Capriglione | et al.    
Relating to matters concerning governmental entities, including cybersecurity, governmental efficiencies, information resources, and emergency planning.

HJR 117        Larson                 
Proposing a constitutional amendment authorizing a statewide referendum allowing voters to indicate a preference for exempting this state from daylight saving time or observing daylight saving time year-round.

HR 24          Oliverson | et al.      
Recognizing November 7, 2019, as Victims of Communism Memorial Day.





Bills added after last posting:

HB 3912


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