Texas Legislature
Bills Sponsored / Joint Sponsored
Rep. Todd Hunter
87th Legislature Regular Session
Report Date: 11/28/2021

Number of Bills: 7

Report Sections: Sponsored Bills | Joint Sponsored Bills

Sponsor (5):
SB 315 Author: Huffman
Sponsor: Hunter | Thompson, Senfronia | Jetton | Thierry | Shaheen
Last Action: 05/24/2021 E Effective immediately
Caption: Relating to restrictions on the age of persons employed by or allowed on the premises of a sexually oriented business; creating a criminal offense.

SB 424 Author: Hinojosa
Sponsor: Hunter
Last Action: 06/14/2021 E Effective on 9/1/21
Caption: Relating to state agency enforcement of laws regulating small businesses.

SB 855 Author: Hughes
Sponsor: Hunter
Last Action: 06/18/2021 E Effective on 1/1/22
Caption: Relating to the electronic dissemination of commercial recordings or audiovisual works.

SB 1072 Author: Hinojosa
Sponsor: Hunter
Last Action: 06/07/2021 E Effective on 9/1/21
Caption: Relating to the procedure for conducting surveys of public land, including the requirements regarding field notes and coordinate systems.

SCR 5 Author: Whitmire
Sponsor: Hunter
Last Action: 02/10/2021 E Filed with the Secretary of State
Caption: Granting the legislature permission to adjourn for more than three days during the period beginning on Tuesday, January 26, 2021, and ending on Tuesday, February 9, 2021.

Joint Sponsor (2):
SB 22 Author: Springer | Alvarado | Bettencourt | Blanco | Campbell | et al.
Sponsor: Patterson | Collier | Burrows | Hunter | Canales
Last Action: 06/14/2021 E Effective immediately
Caption: Relating to certain claims for benefits, compensation, or assistance by certain public safety employees and survivors of certain public safety employees.

SB 766 Author: Huffman
Sponsor: Leach | Thompson, Senfronia | Hunter | Thierry
Last Action: 06/18/2021 E Effective on 9/1/21
Caption: Relating to sexually oriented businesses, including a requirement to participate in the federal electronic verification of employment authorization program, or E-verify, and restricting the age of persons employed by or allowed on the premises; creating criminal offenses.

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