Texas Legislature
Bills Authored / Joint Authored
Rep. Bryan Slaton
87th Legislature Regular Session
Report Date: 3/8/2021

Number of Bills: 11

Report Sections: Authored Bills | Joint Authored Bills

Author (9):
HB 2372 Author: Slaton
Last Action: 02/26/2021 H Filed
Caption: Relating to decommissioning requirements for certain solar facilities.

HB 2471 Author: Slaton
Last Action: 03/01/2021 H Filed
Caption: Relating to the designation of a portion of Interstate Highway 35 in the city of Austin as the Steve Adler Public Restroom Highway.

HB 2571 Author: Slaton
Last Action: 03/02/2021 H Filed
Caption: Relating to the removal, relocation, alteration, or construction of certain monuments or memorials located on public property.

HB 2691 Author: Slaton
Last Action: 03/03/2021 H Filed
Caption: Relating to the election of commissioners of the Public Utility Commission of Texas.

HB 2701 Author: Slaton
Last Action: 03/03/2021 H Filed
Caption: Relating to certain requirements for activation of the Texas National Guard into active combat duty.

HB 2729 Author: Slaton
Last Action: 03/03/2021 H Filed
Caption: Relating to in-person visitation of an immediate family member or religious counsel with seriously ill or dying hospital patients and facility residents.

HB 2862 Author: Slaton
Last Action: 03/04/2021 H Filed
Caption: Relating to border security enhancement projects and the creation of a fund to pay for those projects; allocating the earnings on the balance of that fund and reimbursement of related expenditures.

HB 3068 Author: Slaton
Last Action: 03/08/2021 H Filed
Caption: Relating to the designation of a portion of State Highway 276 in Hunt and Rains Counties as the Staff Sergeant Shawn Henry McNabb Memorial Bridge.

HR 59 Author: Slaton
Last Action: 03/01/2021 H Referred to State Affairs: Mar 1 2021 5:05PM
Caption: Commending the national March for Life movement on its political engagement.

Joint Author (2):
HB 629 Author: White | Slaton
Last Action: 03/01/2021 H Referred to State Affairs: Mar 1 2021 5:05PM
Caption: Relating to the governor's power to control the sale, dispensing, transportation, storage, and use of alcoholic beverages, ammunition, explosives, combustibles, and weapons during a declared state of disaster or state of emergency.

HB 1486 Author: Cason | Slaton
Last Action: 03/05/2021 H Referred to Higher Education: Mar 5 2021 1:21PM
Caption: Relating to the determination of resident status of students by public institutions of higher education.

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