SUPPLEMENTAL HOUSE CALENDAR
                         Tuesday, April 26, 2005


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                              UNTIL 9:00 AM

HB 652    Bohac
Relating to the submission of proposed charter amendments to the
voters in a home-rule municipality.

HB 1588    Driver
Relating to the qualifications and removal of and continuing
education requirements for a constable.

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                             UNTIL 10:00 AM

HB 2051    Krusee
Relating to the adoption of a state scenic byways program.

HB 2748    Pickett
Relating to requirements for the issuance of land development
permits by political subdivisions.

HB 1006    Isett / Bohac / Eissler / Gattis / Crabb / et al.
Relating to certain limitations on the ad valorem tax rates of
certain taxing units.

HB 2491    Puente
Relating to the transfer of an ad valorem tax lien and to a
contract for foreclosure of an ad valorem tax lien.

HB 1676    Dukes
Relating to providing information about Respiratory Syncytial Virus
under certain continuing education programs.

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                              SENATE BILLS
                              THIRD READING

SB 402    Nelson
         SP: Hamric
Relating to the administration and functions of the Texas State
Board of Podiatric Medical Examiners; providing an administrative

SB 407    Jackson, Mike
         SP: Cook, Byron
Relating to the continuation and functions of the State Board of
Veterinary Medical Examiners.

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                               HOUSE BILLS
                              THIRD READING

HB 418    Turner
Relating to an exception to the 72-hour waiting period for a
marriage ceremony for certain individuals.

HB 440    Dutton
Relating to the modification or enforcement of a child support
order during the obligor's confinement in jail or prison.

HB 480    Keel
Relating to the towing and storage of certain vehicles; providing a

HB 798    Uresti
Relating to release of a child taken into protective custody by a
law enforcement or juvenile probation officer.

HB 850    Brown, Betty
Relating to professional health care liability insurance coverage
information provided by a nursing home.

HB 916    Woolley
Relating to creating the Governor's Health Care Coordinating

HB 1036    Rose / Keel / Strama
Relating to conflicts of interest of policy board members of
metropolitan planning organizations; providing a criminal penalty.

HB 1189    Hartnett / Alonzo
Relating to the creation of two additional criminal judicial
districts composed of Dallas County.

HB 1213    Harper-Brown
Relating to fitness incentive pay for certain fire fighters and
police officers.

HB 1316    Zedler
Relating to immunization requirements for children in regulated
child-care facilities.

HB 1418    Gonzalez Toureilles / Herrero
Relating to the justice court technology fund and to requiring the
assessment of a technology fee on conviction of certain misdemeanor

HB 1430    McCall / Hochberg / Pena / Zedler / Giddings / et al.
Relating to the installation, copying, or use of computer software
for unauthorized purposes; providing penalties.

HB 1483    Frost / Guillen
Relating to the method of payment for a concealed handgun license
and the fee for a duplicate or modified license.

HB 1599    Callegari
Relating to a conservation and reclamation district's use of money
received under a contract with a municipality.

HB 1688    Dutton / Olivo / Hegar
Relating to the employment of school district peace officers and
the enforcement of certain violations under a student code of

HB 1708    Baxter / Keel
Relating to the applicability of state ethics laws to and
indemnification of directors of regional mobility authorities;
providing penalties.

HB 1833    Chisum
Relating to disclosures required for the creation of certain
consumer contracts solicited by mail; providing a civil penalty.

HB 2077    Kolkhorst
Relating to the prohibition of wireless communications devices in
correctional facilities operated by or under contract with the
Texas Department of Criminal Justice; providing penalties.

HB 2370    McReynolds / Blake / Hughes / et al.
Relating to the regulation of poultry facilities.

HB 2333    Morrison
Relating to the qualifications of and training and continuing
education for certain officials and personnel of career schools or

HB 2296    Cook, Robby
Relating to the reduction of a state jail felony prosecution to a
misdemeanor prosecution.

HB 2275    Cook, Byron
Relating to the forfeiture of certain contraband used in the
commission of certain felony intoxication offenses.

HB 2208    Phillips
Relating to the creation of a cultural and fine arts district
program by the Texas Commission on the Arts.

HB 2137    Phillips
Relating to the construction or improvement of buildings by the
Texas Department of Transportation.

HB 2423    Puente
Relating to discrimination by a groundwater conservation district
against landowners whose land is enrolled or participating in a
federal conservation program.

HB 2661    Krusee
Relating to the use of competitive sealed proposals for certain
construction projects.

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                              SENATE BILLS
                              THIRD READING

SB 187    Zaffirini
         SP: Rose / Naishtat / Davis, John
Relating to permissible uses of money in the comprehensive
rehabilitation fund.

SB 566    Deuell / et al.
         SP: Delisi
Relating to a Medicaid buy-in program for employed persons with

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                               HOUSE BILLS
                             SECOND READING

HB 2833    Cook, Robby / Cook, Byron
Relating to the protection of private real property from regulatory

HB 2840    Chisum
Relating to the regulation of dogs; establishing a defense to
prosecution; limiting liability.

HB 2930    Deshotel
Relating to an age limitation on children engaged in the
performance of duties related to a paper route.

HB 3235    Uresti
Relating to providing interpreter services to certain recipients of
medical assistance or their parents or guardians.

HB 1546    McClendon / Krusee / Herrero / Hamric / Guillen / et al.
Relating to the administration and use of the Texas rail relocation
and improvement fund and the issuance of obligations for financing
the relocation, construction, reconstruction, acquisition,
improvement, rehabilitation, and expansion of certain rail

HB 371    Farabee / Campbell
Relating to liquidated damages for violating certain requirements
relating to executory contracts for the conveyance of certain real

HB 1747    Keffer, Jim / Frost / Cook, Byron
Relating to the creation of and funding for the Texas
Entrepreneurship Network.

HB 316    Grusendorf / Oliveira / Escobar / Gattis
Relating to a child's failure to attend school.

HB 481    Hochberg
Relating to the eligibility for partial unemployment benefits of
certain persons with disabilities who have been discharged from
partial employment.

HB 578    Campbell
Relating to the inclusion in a regional water plan of information
regarding water infrastructure facilities that may be used in an
emergency shortage of water.

HB 603    Eissler / Grusendorf / Olivo / Hegar
Relating to the expulsion of a public school student for using,
exhibiting, or possessing a weapon.

HB 818    Phillips
Relating to the procedure for rendering certain property for ad
valorem taxation if the information contained in the most recently
filed rendition statement continues to be accurate.

HB 904    Gattis
Relating to the sentencing of defendants convicted of multiple
counts of intoxication assault, improper photography or visual
recording, or possession or promotion of child pornography.

HB 920    Uresti / Hupp / Reyna / Solis / Naishtat / et al.
Relating to protective and guardianship services for elderly and
disabled persons.

HB 1038    Isett
Relating to certain reduced fees for a license to carry a concealed

HB 1059    Naishtat
Relating to the enforcement of certain protective orders.

HB 1081    Driver
Relating to suspension or denial of a driver's license for failure
to appear, pay a fine, or satisfy a judgment.

HB 1157    Goodman
Relating to records on appeal in municipal courts of record.

HB 1229    Hilderbran
Relating to the powers, duties, and directors of the Menard County
Underground Water District and the directors of the Menard County
Water Control and Improvement District No. 1.

HB 1357    Flores
Relating to the civil consequences of certain alcohol-related

HB 1578    Goolsby
Relating to the authority of a landlord to charge a tenant to rekey
security devices in certain circumstances.

HB 1609    Chisum
Relating to the allowed wastes and exemptions applicable to certain
municipal solid waste landfill units in arid areas.

HB 1701    Keel
Relating to the defense of indigent persons accused of a criminal

HB 1737    Flores
Relating to the establishment of a dual usage educational complex
by a junior college district and other political subdivisions or
institutions of higher education.

HB 1771    Delisi / Hill / McReynolds / Coleman / Truitt / et al.
Relating to the Medicaid managed care delivery system.

HB 1835    Talton
Relating to the apportionment of municipal infrastructure costs in
regard to certain property development projects.

HB 1871    Keel / Bailey
Relating to creating an offense for the unauthorized operation of a
recording device in a motion picture theater.

HB 1965    Hartnett
Relating to the grounds for a divorce and the division of property
in a decree of divorce.

HB 2161    West, George "Buddy"
Relating to the power of the Railroad Commission of Texas to adopt
and enforce safety standards and practices applicable to the
transportation by pipeline of certain substances and to certain
pipeline facilities; imposing an administrative penalty.

HB 2236    Baxter / Seaman
Relating to restrictions on the imposition of permit fees by
political subdivisions.

HB 2294    Cook, Robby
Relating to the venue for certain crimes regarding misapplication
of property.

HB 2485    Goodman
Relating to the period of time during which a person may be
supervised in a pretrial intervention program and the fee that may
be charged for the program.

HB 2679    Phillips
Relating to the development of a regional water supply reservoir
project at a site known as Lower Bois d'Arc Creek in Fannin County,

HB 2784    Wong / et al.
Relating to the authority of a taxing unit to provide an additional
exemption from ad valorem taxation for property owned by certain
disabled veterans who have been awarded the Purple Heart or their
surviving spouses.

HB 2928    Kolkhorst / Cook, Byron / Chisum / McReynolds / et al.
Relating to projects that may be undertaken by certain development
corporations with respect to business enterprises or business

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                              SENATE BILLS
                             SECOND READING

SB 877    Madla
         SP: Woolley
Relating to the direct shipment of wine to consumers; providing a
criminal penalty.