DAILY HOUSE CALENDAR
                          Wednesday, May 4, 2005


                 ******** MAJOR STATE CALENDAR ********
                               HOUSE BILLS
                             SECOND READING

HB 3540    Pitts
Relating to certain fiscal matters affecting governmental entities.

HB 790    Crownover / Luna / et al.
Relating to the conduct of newborn screening by the Department of
State Health Services.

HB 1718    Zedler
Relating to the regulation of certain nursing practices.

HB 2753    Pitts
Relating to the powers, duties, and functions of the Legislative
Budget Board.

                         HOUSE JOINT RESOLUTIONS
                             SECOND READING

HJR 80    Krusee
Proposing a constitutional amendment clarifying that certain
economic development programs do not constitute a debt.

                ******** GENERAL STATE CALENDAR ********
                               HOUSE BILLS
                             SECOND READING

HB 1777    King, Phil
Relating to regulation of the electric power market.

HB 1842    Delisi
Relating to the licensing and regulation of massage therapists;
providing a penalty.

HB 107    Van Arsdale / et al.
Relating to prohibiting actions brought against certain persons
alleging injury relating to an individual's weight gain, obesity,
or any health condition associated with weight gain or obesity.

HB 1093    Turner
Relating to the eligibility of certain inmates of the Texas
Department of Criminal Justice for medically recommended intensive

HB 2575    Hamric
Relating to the tax rate for emergency services districts located
in certain populous counties.

HB 26    Delisi
Relating to an electronic database of major state contracts and
related documents.

HB 686    Rose
Relating to the use of certain factors in determining premiums
charged for professional liability insurance for physicians and
health care providers.

HB 692    Menendez / Riddle / Hupp / Dukes / Vo / et al.
Relating to the punishment for and certain civil consequences of
committing the offense of prostitution.

HB 1012    Hilderbran
Relating to the offense of abuse of a corpse and to the offense of
criminal mischief in certain circumstances; providing a criminal

HB 1467    Hamilton
Relating to the offense of prohibited sexual conduct.

HB 2036    Allen, Ray
Relating to the regulation of sex offender treatment providers and
the treatment of sex offenders; providing a penalty.

HB 1808    McReynolds
Relating to authorizing the use of approved nonsurgical methods to
sterilize dogs and cats.

HB 1746    Seaman
Relating the conversion of certain mutual life insurance companies
to insurance holding companies and stock life insurance companies.

HB 1870    Turner
Relating to a deceptive trade practice in connection with
advertising for a household goods carrier.

HB 2310    Geren
Relating to services provided by manufacturers and distributors of
beer to beer retailers.

HB 2627    Moreno, Paul
Relating to certain requirements for issuance of a barbershop

HB 2864    Luna
Relating to the use of sales tax revenue to pay or secure certain
municipal public securities.

HB 62    McClendon
Relating to procedures for appealing a residential eviction suit.

HB 2454    Jones, Jesse
Relating to the eligibility of certain voters to vote a limited
ballot in a new county of residence.

HB 2573    Callegari / Hegar / Casteel / Miller / Hamric / et al.
Relating to a motor vehicle financial responsibility verification
program; providing a penalty.

HB 1023    Denny
Relating to the length of a ballot proposition.

HB 611    Chavez
Relating to distribution of recordings on consignment.

HB 3285    Swinford
Relating to the abolition of the State Aircraft Pooling Board and
the principal part of its functions.

HB 647    Krusee
Relating to the issuance of county obligations for public
improvements and to the review and approval of refunding bonds by
the attorney general.

HB 2823    Rose
Relating to the form of payments made to certain disabled peace
officers under the Crime Victims' Compensation Act.

HB 2826    Truitt
Relating to frivolous or bad-faith complaints filed with the Texas
Ethics Commission.

HB 1999    Van Arsdale
Relating to the preparation of medical history reports by parents
who relinquish children for adoption.

HB 2289    King, Tracy
Relating to required notice of and a lien resulting from damage to
a fence.

HB 2000    Denny / et al.
Relating to the information that must be included in a school
district bond election proposition.

HB 2080    Paxton / Keffer, Jim / et al.
Relating to the ad valorem tax status of a license to occupy a
dwelling unit in a tax-exempt retirement community.

HB 2173    Bailey
Relating to the promotional system for municipal civil service fire

HB 2704    Krusee
Relating to the authority of local governments to enter into
certain agreements for the construction, maintenance, or operation
of toll or nontoll projects or facilities on the state highway

HB 2705    Krusee
Relating to the authority of counties to issue bonds to construct,
maintain, or operate toll or nontoll projects or facilities on the
state highway system.

HB 2652    Krusee
Relating to the creation of a private activity bond program for
highway and surface freight facilities.

HB 3100    McReynolds
Relating to the regulation of the practice of nursing.

HB 3356    Nixon
Relating to governmental contingent fee contracts for legal
services entered into by a local governmental entity.

HB 2337    Corte / Escobar
Relating to the use of information provided by an applicant for a
driver's license or personal identification certificate in an image
verification system.

HB 2378    Swinford
Relating to transferring responsibility for the child-care
facilities for state employees from the Texas Building and
Procurement Commission to the Health and Human Services Commission.