SUPPLEMENTAL HOUSE CALENDAR
                        Wednesday, March 23, 2005


                ******** GENERAL STATE CALENDAR ********
                               HOUSE BILLS
                              THIRD READING

HB 81    Riddle
Relating to release by the comptroller of unclaimed property
subject to a child support lien.

HB 256    Hopson
Relating to investments in certificates of deposit by certain
governmental entities.

HB 265    Smith, Wayne
Relating to the time for processing a municipal building permit.

HB 322    Hupp / Gonzalez Toureilles / Isett / Bonnen / et al.
Relating to concealed handgun licenses for members and veterans of
the United States armed forces.

HB 472    West, George "Buddy"
Relating to annual fees imposed by the Railroad Commission of Texas
in connection with surface coal mining and reclamation operations.

HB 729    Nixon
Relating to an order by a court that a judgment debtor turn over
certain property for the satisfaction of the judgment.

HB 755    Gattis
Relating to procedures relating to the doctrine of forum non
conveniens in a civil cause of action.

HB 914    Woolley
Relating to disclosure of certain business or financial
relationships with certain local government officers; providing
criminal penalties.

HB 946    Miller / et al.
Relating to the removal, relocation, or alteration of certain
monuments or memorials on state property.

HB 1285    Swinford
Relating to the exception from required disclosure under the public
information law of certain audit working papers.

HB 1478    Wong
Relating to the eminent domain power of certain municipal
management districts.

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

HB 789    King, Phil / Edwards
Relating to communications; providing penalties.

                         HOUSE JOINT RESOLUTIONS
                             SECOND READING

HJR 35    Bohac
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.

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

HB 93    Riddle
Relating to showing the cause of death on the death certificate of
an inmate of the Texas Department of Criminal Justice who is
lawfully executed.

HB 352    Goodman
Relating to the collection of municipal hotel occupancy taxes.

HB 366    Hegar
Relating to use of safety belts and child passenger safety seat

HB 372    Jackson, Jim / et al.
Relating to the required use of towing safety chains on certain

HB 373    Swinford
Relating to the food and fibers research grant program.

HB 538    Bohac / Bailey
Relating to the construction or operation of chemical dependency
treatment facilities near certain residential and community
properties in certain municipalities.

HB 540    Bohac / Van Arsdale / Elkins / Callegari / Hegar / et al.
Relating to the designation of the portion of U.S. Highway 290
inside Harris County as the Ronald Reagan Memorial Highway.

HB 544    Naishtat / McClendon
Relating to the right of certain sexual assault victims to a
forensic medical examination.

HB 685    Rose / Berman / et al.
Relating to the requirements that apply to certain armed forces
personnel who apply to obtain or renew a concealed handgun license.

HB 937    Homer
Relating to authorizing a nonresident seller to conduct wine

HB 958    Goolsby
Relating to the enforcement of an order prohibiting operation of a
motor vehicle on certain toll roads.

HB 964    Gattis
Relating to the filing fee for candidates for justice of certain
courts of appeals.

HB 1066    Hegar / Driver / Pena / Homer / Flynn / et al.
Relating to the issuance of concealed handgun licenses to residents
of other states and to reciprocity agreements with other states
concerning concealed handgun licenses.

HB 1326    Hope / Solis
Relating to community supervision and corrections departments and
to the immunity of certain judges for administrative acts in
connection with those departments.

HB 1361    Hardcastle / Seaman
Relating to the development of an animal identification program;
providing a criminal penalty.

HB 1362    Hardcastle
Relating to the inspection of livestock at livestock markets.

HB 1363    Hardcastle
Relating to certificates of veterinary inspection.

HB 1573    Geren
Relating to the definition of the practice of architecture.