DAILY HOUSE CALENDAR
                         Tuesday, April 12, 2005


                         HOUSE JOINT RESOLUTIONS
                             SECOND READING

HJR 35    Bohac / Crabb / Talton / Woolley / et al.
Proposing a constitutional amendment authorizing the legislature to
limit the maximum average annual increase in the appraised value of
real property for ad valorem tax purposes to five percent or more.

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                               HOUSE BILLS
                             SECOND READING

HB 134    Rose / Naishtat
Relating to permissible uses of money in the comprehensive
rehabilitation fund.

HB 150    Reyna / Castro / Gonzales
Relating to the eligibility of a person to be appointed to serve on
certain civil service commissions.

HB 307    Goodman / et al.
Relating to court-ordered representation in suits affecting the
parent-child relationship.

HB 341    Seaman / Bohac
Relating to regulation of motor carriers transporting household

HB 607    Giddings / Gonzalez Toureilles
Relating to the delivery of blank check forms; providing a civil

HB 617    McCall
Relating to contributions of certain members of the Judicial
Retirement System of Texas Plan Two.

HB 655    Goolsby
Relating to liability insurance for volunteer health care

HB 765    Menendez
Relating to certificate of insurance and notice of coverage
requirements for certain group health insurance policies.

HB 835    Gattis
Relating to the creation of an additional judicial district in
Williamson County.

HB 1007    Ritter / Guillen / Menendez / et al.
Relating to certain low-interest home loan programs administered by
the Texas State Affordable Housing Corporation.

HB 1057    Corte
Relating to the powers and duties of the Veterans' Land Board.

HB 1071    Uresti
Relating to the format in which certain reports of political
contributions and expenditures are filed.

HB 1130    Cook, Byron / Hupp / Pena / Chisum / Giddings / et al.
Relating to the adoption of a privacy policy by a person who
requires the disclosure of an individual's social security number;
providing a civil penalty.

HB 1503    Davis, John
Relating to the additional exit conference required following
inspection, survey, or investigation of certain facilities.

HB 1815    Krusee / Strama / Naishtat / Rodriguez / Dukes
Relating to term limitations for members of boards of certain
metropolitan rapid transit authorities.

HB 2097    Chisum / Keel
Relating to the authority of a home-rule municipality to prohibit
public nuisances.

HB 2129    Bonnen
Relating to energy-saving measures that reduce the emission of air