SUPPLEMENTAL HOUSE CALENDAR
                         Thursday, April 14, 2005


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                               HOUSE BILLS
                              THIRD READING

HB 27    Callegari / Bonnen / Pena / et al.
Relating to the penalties for intoxication assault and intoxication
manslaughter and to the sentencing of defendants convicted of those

HB 201    Goodman / et al.
Relating to the eligibility of a spouse for spousal maintenance in
a suit for dissolution of a marriage.

HB 667    Jones, Jesse / Casteel
Relating to security fees in certain civil and criminal cases.

HB 754    Gattis / Rose
Relating to transportation of loose materials.

HB 836    Gattis / Hopson / et al.
Relating to certain requirements concerning the filling of a

HB 894    Hodge / Branch / Chavez / Anchia / Pena / et al.
Relating to permitting samples of produce at certain municipally
owned farmers' markets.

HB 912    Isett
Relating to the maximum cost of certain awards presented to state
agency employees for professional achievement or outstanding

HB 1009    Corte / Noriega, Melissa / Guillen / et al.
Relating to the authority of a port authority, a navigation
district, or certain other persons to use electronically readable
information derived from a driver's license, commercial driver's
license, or personal identification certificate for port security

HB 1438    Talton
Relating to continuing education for peace officers.

HB 1471    Hegar
Relating to the collection and administration of an occupation tax
owed to a county.

HB 1544    Dawson / Coleman
Relating to removal of corneal tissue from a decedent.

HB 1604    Keffer, Bill / Hochberg / et al.
Relating to the period in which a birth certificate must be filed
or a birth reported.

HB 1681    McCall
Relating to the imposition of sanctions on an inmate who refuses to
cooperate in the taking of a sample or specimen to create a DNA

HB 1697    McCall / et al.
Relating to the use of gifts to fund technology workforce
development grants and to the evaluation of the technology
workforce development grant program.

HB 1751    Pena
Relating to the procedures governing the payment of restitution by
criminal defendants.

HB 1939    Ritter
Relating to certain disqualifications for unemployment compensation
benefits for assigned employees of staff leasing services

HB 2921    Pitts
Relating to the condemnation of certain property for railroad

HB 2987    Nixon
Relating to funding advanced in connection with a lawsuit that is
at a rate above the usurious interest prohibition.

HB 3016    Hill
Relating to the determination of the market value of certain drug
supplies for ad valorem property tax purposes.

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                               HOUSE BILLS
                             SECOND READING

HB 135    Solomons / Jackson, Jim
Relating to regulation of health spas.

HB 248    Goodman
Relating to the amendment of certain qualified domestic relations

HB 291    Goolsby
Relating to victim notification regarding the release of certain
defendants following acquittal by reason of insanity.

HB 378    Talton
Relating to an exemption from the fee for a birth or death record
requested by a child fatality review team or the child fatality
review team committee.

HB 649    Krusee
Relating to participation by the Texas Department of Transportation
in the cost of acquiring, constructing, maintaining, or operating a
toll facility.

HB 1126    Uresti
Relating to exemptions from the law governing emergency medical
services for certain transfer vehicles and staff and to the minimum
qualifications for obtaining an emergency medical services provider

HB 1185    Smithee / Branch
Relating to the extension of the period for which an incomplete
improvement on real property owned by a nonprofit organization for
use as a school may receive an exemption from ad valorem taxation.

HB 2191    Wong
Relating to providing that the social security number of a living
person is excepted from required disclosure under the public
information law and may be redacted without the necessity of
requesting a decision from the attorney general.

HB 2382    Hegar
Relating to training requirements for certain chief appraisers of
appraisal districts.

HB 3020    Phillips
Relating to local government authorization of charitable
solicitation by a pedestrian.

HB 3250    Ritter
Relating to the acquisition of unemployment compensation experience
after the transfer of an employing unit; providing penalties.