Texas Legislature
Bills Cosponsored
Rep. Hugh Shine
87th Legislature Regular Session
Report Date: 6/22/2021

Number of Bills: 11

SB 7 Author: Hughes | Bettencourt | Birdwell | Buckingham | Campbell | et al.
Sponsor: Cain | Schofield | Jetton | Klick | Oliverson
Cosponsor: Allison | Anderson | Ashby | Bell, Cecil | Bell, Keith | et al.
Last Action: 05/30/2021 H Point of order overruled
Caption: Relating to election integrity and security, including by preventing fraud in the conduct of elections in this state; increasing criminal penalties; creating criminal offenses.

SB 8 Author: Hughes | Bettencourt | Birdwell | Buckingham | Campbell | et al.
Sponsor: Slawson | Burrows | Klick | Cain | Leach
Cosponsor: Allison | Anderson | Ashby | Bailes | Bell, Cecil | et al.
Last Action: 05/19/2021 E Effective on 9/1/21
Caption: Relating to abortion, including abortions after detection of an unborn child's heartbeat; authorizing a private civil right of action.

SB 14 Author: Creighton | Bettencourt | Buckingham | Campbell | Hall | et al.
Sponsor: King, Phil | Paddie | Metcalf | Burrows | Lucio III
Cosponsor: Ashby | Bell, Cecil | Cain | Clardy | Dean | et al.
Last Action: 05/30/2021 H Senate adopts conf. comm. report-reported
Caption: Relating to the regulation by a municipality or county of certain employment benefits and policies.

SB 25 Author: Kolkhorst | Bettencourt | Birdwell | Blanco | Buckingham | et al.
Sponsor: Frank | Sanford | Hernandez | Metcalf
Cosponsor: Ashby | Cain | Cook | Ellzey | Middleton | et al.
Last Action: 06/14/2021 E Effective on 9/1/21
Caption: Relating to the right of certain residents to designate an essential caregiver for in-person visitation.

SB 394 Author: Lucio
Sponsor: Klick | Noble | Oliverson | Bonnen | Frank
Cosponsor: Anderson | Ashby | Bell, Cecil | Bell, Keith | Biedermann | et al.
Last Action: 04/28/2021 H Committee report sent to Calendars
Caption: Relating to abortion complication reporting and the regulation of drug-induced abortion procedures, providers, and facilities; creating a criminal offense.

SB 474 Author: Lucio
Sponsor: Collier | Pacheco | Shaheen | Stucky | Ordaz Perez
Cosponsor: Allen | Allison | Anchia | Ashby | Beckley | et al.
Last Action: 06/18/2021 E Vetoed by the Governor
Caption: Relating to the unlawful restraint of a dog; creating a criminal offense.

SB 623 Author: Blanco
Sponsor: Minjarez
Cosponsor: Allen | Allison | Anchia | Anderson | Ashby | et al.
Last Action: 06/16/2021 E Effective on 9/1/21
Caption: Relating to the investigation and punishment of certain sexual offenses, to protective orders issued on the basis of certain sexual offenses, to crime victims' compensation, and to the establishment of a state sexual offense prevention and response program for the Texas Military Department.

SB 763 Author: Powell
Sponsor: Cook | Anchia | Thompson, Senfronia | Rose | Goldman
Cosponsor: Allen | Allison | Anderson | Ashby | Bailes | et al.
Last Action: 06/14/2021 E Effective immediately
Caption: Relating to the creation of the urban air mobility advisory committee.

SB 827 Author: Kolkhorst | Alvarado | Bettencourt | Blanco | Campbell | et al.
Sponsor: Lucio III | Talarico
Cosponsor: Anchia | Anderson | Ashby | Bailes | Beckley | et al.
Last Action: 06/14/2021 E Effective on 9/1/21
Caption: Relating to health benefit plan cost-sharing requirements for prescription insulin.

SB 1173 Author: Hancock
Sponsor: Schaefer | Oliverson | Klick
Cosponsor: Anderson | Ashby | Bell, Cecil | Biedermann | Bonnen | et al.
Last Action: 04/29/2021 H Committee report sent to Calendars
Caption: Relating to the regulation of abortion, including information regarding perinatal palliative care and prohibiting discriminatory abortions; authorizing disciplinary action; providing a civil remedy; creating a criminal offense.

SB 1387 Author: Creighton
Sponsor: Clardy | Hefner | Cain | Jetton | Swanson
Cosponsor: Allison | Anderson | Ashby | Bell, Cecil | Bell, Keith | et al.
Last Action: 06/16/2021 E Effective immediately
Caption: Relating to a requirement that a voting system used in an election in this state be manufactured, stored, and held in the United States by a company headquartered in the United States.

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