NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING

COMMITTEE: State Affairs

TIME & DATE: 10:30AM or upon adjournment
             Thursday, May 3, 2001

PLACE: Capitol Extension E1.028

CHAIR: Senator Florence Shapiro


I.  Call to Order

II. Approval of Minutes

The Committee will consider the following:

SB 1828            Lindsay
Relating to the consolidated registration of certain fleets of
motor vehicles.

SB 1829            Lindsay
Relating to the registration period for certain motor vehicles.

HB 569            Gallego                  SP: Shapleigh
Relating to administrative approval of state employee contributions
to the sick leave pool.

HB 815            Bailey                   SP: Whitmire
Relating to the presentation of the state flag to survivors of
deceased peace officers and firefighters.

HB 965            Dunnam                   SP: Armbrister
Relating to the eligibility requirements for an applicant or a
holder of a lottery sales agent license.

HB 1117            Goodman                  SP: Harris
Relating to petition requirements for an application for a place on
the general primary election ballot for certain judicial

HB 1378            McReynolds               SP: Zaffirini
Relating to the application of vehicle and traffic law to certain
mobility assistance devices.

HB 1419            Jones, Jesse             SP: Whitmire
Relating to requiring the secretary of state to study voting
systems, technologies, and strategies.

HB 1459            Williams                 SP: Armbrister
Relating to interment rights in a cemetery plot.

HB 1460            Williams                 SP: Armbrister
Relating to use of certain terms by cemeteries.

HB 1772            Brimer                   SP: Harris
Relating to the approval and financing of sports and community
venue projects.

HB 1922            McCall                   SP: Duncan
Relating to state government privacy policy.

HB 2440            Krusee                   SP: Barrientos
Relating to a referendum for a rail plan in certain metropolitan
rapid transit authorities.

HB 2585            Chavez                   SP: Shapleigh
Relating to motorcycle operator and passenger safety.

HB 2589            Hochberg                 SP: Wentworth
Relating to the required posting of information on a state agency's
Internet site and to the confidentiality of certain information.

HB 2922            Jones, Jesse             SP: Whitmire
Relating to requiring the secretary of state to establish a
toll-free telephone number for reporting abuses of voting rights.

HB 2923            Jones, Jesse             SP: Whitmire
Relating to the implementation of new voting system technology in
certain elections.

HB 3016            Haggerty                 SP: Shapiro
Relating to the use of electronically readable information to
comply with provisions of the Alcoholic Beverage Code.

HB 3309            Hochberg                 SP: Ellis, Rodney
Relating to the development, funding, and operation of the
Southeast Texas Biotechnology Park.

HCR 77            Madden                   SP: Armbrister
Memorializing congress to revise certain provisions of Public Law

HCR 210            Haggerty                 SP: Armbrister
Urging congress to enact the Railroad Retirement and Survivors'
Improvement Act of 2001.

HJR 45            Tillery                  SP: Shapiro
Proposing a constitutional amendment to require the governor to
call a special session for the appointment of presidential electors
under certain circumstances.

HJR 75            Mowery                   SP: Shapiro
Proposing a constitutional amendment to eliminate obsolete,
archaic, redundant, and unnecessary provisions and to clarify,
update, and harmonize certain provisions of the Texas Constitution.

III. Pending Business:

SB 1129            Bernsen
Relating to the creation of a scenic byways program.

IV.  Recess