Texas Legislature
Bills Authored / Joint Authored
Rep. Ron Reynolds
87th Legislature Second Called Session
Report Date: 1/25/2022

Number of Bills: 33

Report Sections:

Author (33):
HB 45 Author: Reynolds
Last Action: 08/23/2021 H Referred to Constitutional Rights & Remedies: Aug 23 2021 6:08PM
Caption: Relating to electronic voter registration.

HB 46 Author: Reynolds
Last Action: 08/23/2021 H Referred to Constitutional Rights & Remedies: Aug 23 2021 6:08PM
Caption: Relating to the registration of voters at a polling place and related procedures.

HB 47 Author: Reynolds
Last Action: 08/06/2021 H Filed
Caption: Relating to the designation of certain election days as state holidays.

HB 48 Author: Reynolds
Last Action: 08/06/2021 H Filed
Caption: Relating to allowing straight-party voting.

HB 49 Author: Reynolds
Last Action: 08/23/2021 H Referred to Constitutional Rights & Remedies: Aug 23 2021 6:08PM
Caption: Relating to automatic voter registration on issuance or change of a driver's license or identification card by the Department of Public Safety.

HB 50 Author: Reynolds
Last Action: 08/23/2021 H Referred to Constitutional Rights & Remedies: Aug 23 2021 6:08PM
Caption: Relating to requirements to vote, including presenting proof of identification.

HB 51 Author: Reynolds
Last Action: 08/06/2021 H Filed
Caption: Relating to a "Texas Way" to reforming and addressing issues related to the Medicaid program, including the creation of an alternative program designed to ensure health benefit plan coverage to certain low-income individuals through the private marketplace.

HB 52 Author: Reynolds
Last Action: 08/23/2021 H Referred to Constitutional Rights & Remedies: Aug 23 2021 6:08PM
Caption: Relating to bail proceedings and related duties of a magistrate in a criminal case.

HB 53 Author: Reynolds
Last Action: 08/06/2021 H Filed
Caption: Relating to the reentry and reintegration programs provided by the Texas Department of Criminal Justice.

HB 54 Author: Reynolds
Last Action: 08/06/2021 H Filed
Caption: Relating to the creation of certain criminal offenses concerning firearm sales at gun shows; authorizing a fee.

HB 55 Author: Reynolds
Last Action: 08/06/2021 H Filed
Caption: Relating to creating a criminal offense for the unlawful possession or transfer of an assault weapon.

HB 56 Author: Reynolds
Last Action: 08/06/2021 H Filed
Caption: Relating to extreme risk protective orders; creating criminal offenses.

HB 61 Author: Reynolds
Last Action: 08/06/2021 H Filed
Caption: Relating to the creation of the office of law enforcement oversight.

HB 62 Author: Reynolds
Last Action: 08/06/2021 H Filed
Caption: Relating to municipal civilian complaint review boards in certain municipalities.

HB 63 Author: Reynolds
Last Action: 08/06/2021 H Filed
Caption: Relating to the minimum wage.

HB 64 Author: Reynolds
Last Action: 08/06/2021 H Filed
Caption: Relating to requiring certain employers to provide paid sick leave to employees; providing administrative and civil penalties.

HB 65 Author: Reynolds
Last Action: 08/06/2021 H Filed
Caption: Relating to peace officers and law enforcement agencies.

HB 66 Author: Reynolds
Last Action: 08/06/2021 H Filed
Caption: Relating to demand response programs.

HB 67 Author: Reynolds
Last Action: 08/06/2021 H Filed
Caption: Relating to the authority of the Public Utility Commission of Texas to ensure the independent organization certified for the ERCOT power region has adequate reserve power to prevent blackout conditions.

HB 68 Author: Reynolds
Last Action: 08/06/2021 H Filed
Caption: Relating to interconnection of transmission facilities in ERCOT with transmission facilities outside of ERCOT.

HB 69 Author: Reynolds
Last Action: 08/06/2021 H Filed
Caption: Relating to energy efficiency goals for electric utilities.

HB 70 Author: Reynolds
Last Action: 08/06/2021 H Filed
Caption: Relating to the creation of an energy efficiency loan guarantee program under the Texas emissions reduction plan.

HB 71 Author: Reynolds
Last Action: 08/06/2021 H Filed
Caption: Relating to the creation of the Climate Change Impact Assessment Council.

HB 72 Author: Reynolds
Last Action: 08/06/2021 H Filed
Caption: Relating to the establishment of the Texas Environmental Justice Advisory Council.

HB 73 Author: Reynolds
Last Action: 08/06/2021 H Filed
Caption: Relating to air quality permits issued by the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality for certain oil and gas facilities.

HB 74 Author: Reynolds
Last Action: 08/06/2021 H Filed
Caption: Relating to the analysis of inspection and maintenance requirements for air quality permits issued by the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality for certain oil and gas facilities.

HCR 4 Author: Reynolds
Last Action: 08/23/2021 H Referred to Constitutional Rights & Remedies: Aug 23 2021 6:08PM
Caption: Urging Congress to restore and strengthen the Voting Rights Act of 1965.

HCR 5 Author: Reynolds
Last Action: 08/23/2021 H Referred to Constitutional Rights & Remedies: Aug 23 2021 6:08PM
Caption: Urging Congress to pass the For the People Act.

HCR 6 Author: Reynolds
Last Action: 08/23/2021 H Referred to Constitutional Rights & Remedies: Aug 23 2021 6:08PM
Caption: Urging Congress to pass the John Lewis Voting Rights Advancement Act.

HCR 7 Author: Reynolds
Last Action: 08/23/2021 H Referred to Homeland Security & Public Safety: Aug 23 2021 6:08PM
Caption: Urging Congress to pass the George Floyd Justice in Policing Act.

HCR 8 Author: Reynolds
Last Action: 08/23/2021 H Referred to Homeland Security & Public Safety: Aug 23 2021 6:08PM
Caption: Urging Congress to pass a federal law requiring universal background checks for all firearm sales.

HJR 4 Author: Reynolds
Last Action: 08/06/2021 H Filed
Caption: Proposing a constitutional amendment requiring the state to expand eligibility for Medicaid to certain persons under the federal Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act.

HJR 5 Author: Reynolds
Last Action: 08/23/2021 H Referred to Constitutional Rights & Remedies: Aug 23 2021 6:08PM
Caption: Proposing a constitutional amendment authorizing the denial of bail to an accused person if a judge or magistrate determines by clear and convincing evidence that requiring bail and conditions of release is insufficient to reasonably ensure the person's appearance in court or the safety of the community or of any person, including the victim of the alleged offense.

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