NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING

COMMITTEE: State Affairs

TIME & DATE: 12:00PM or upon adjournment
             Tuesday, May 8, 2001

PLACE: Senator Shapiro's Desk

CHAIR: Senator Florence Shapiro


The committee will consider the following:

SB 1836            Armbrister
Relating to charges for default on a motor vehicle retail
installment contract.

HB 2            Gallego / et al.         SP: Shapiro
Relating to the regulation of certain political contributions,
political expenditures, and political advertising; providing civil
and criminal penalties.

HB 371            Glaze                    SP: Wentworth
Relating to the application of the open meetings law and the open
records law to certain entities eligible to receive funds under the
federal community services block grant program.

HB 678            McCall                   SP: Duncan
Relating to collection and use of biometric identifiers; providing
a civil penalty.

HB 893            Hinojosa                 SP: Harris
Relating to an additional fee to support trauma centers to be
collected when a motor vehicle is registered.

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

HB 2277            Carter                   SP: Fraser
Relating to contracts by certain educational institutions, state
agencies, and local governments for energy conservation measures.

HB 2278            Carter                   SP: Fraser
Relating to the consolidation and functions of the energy
management center and the state energy conservation office and to
the transfer of the powers and duties of the center and the office
to the comptroller's office.

HB 2509            Danburg                  SP: Shapiro
Relating to certain election processes and procedures.

HB 3067            Chisum                   SP: Zaffirini
Relating to the continuation and functions of the Texas Funeral
Service Commission.

HB 3181            Danburg                  SP: Shapiro
Relating to information concerning registered voters.