SUPPLEMENTAL HOUSE CALENDAR
                           Monday, May 2, 2005


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                             UNTIL 10:00 AM

HB 2070    Rose / Cook, Byron
Relating to a landowner's liability for injuries incurred during
certain recreational activities.

HB 634    Baxter / Rose / Branch / et al.
Relating to requiring public officials to receive training in the
requirements of the open meetings and public information laws.

HB 1900    Bonnen
Relating to the assessment and regulation of emissions events.

HB 3001    Morrison / et al.
Relating to the amount of the annual constitutional appropriation
to certain agencies and institutions of higher education and to the
allocation of those funds to those agencies and institutions.

HB 587    Rose / Guillen / Leibowitz / Escobar
Relating to the installment payment of ad valorem taxes by certain

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                              UNTIL 1:00 PM

HB 1396    Zedler
Relating to a pilot program for language interpreter services under
the medical assistance program.

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                               HOUSE BILLS
                              THIRD READING

HB 2266    Baxter
Relating to the authority of municipalities to enact a requirement
that establishes the sales price for certain housing units or
residential lots.

                         HOUSE JOINT RESOLUTIONS
                             SECOND READING

HJR 56    Gattis
Proposing a constitutional amendment authorizing the denial of bail
to a criminal defendant who violates a condition of the defendant's
release pending trial.

HJR 82    Hughes
Proposing a constitutional amendment clearing land titles by
relinquishing and releasing any state claim to sovereign ownership
or title to interest in certain land.

                        SENATE JOINT RESOLUTIONS
                             SECOND READING

SJR 7    Carona
         SP: Hochberg
Proposing a constitutional amendment authorizing line-of-credit
advances under a reverse mortgage.

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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 283    Hope / Goolsby / Raymond
Relating to the transfer of public school students who are the
victims of bullying.

HB 1095    Menendez
Relating to the offense of harassment by persons in certain
correctional facilities and to creating the offense of harassment
of public servant.

HB 1426    Anderson
Relating to the confidentiality of certain information in a rabies
vaccination certificate.

HB 1172    Brown, Fred
Relating to the tuition charged to resident undergraduate students
of institutions of higher education for excess credit hours and to
related formula funding.

HB 2241    Callegari
Relating to the authority of certain municipalities to require a
contract between a municipal utility district and the municipality
before the district issues obligations.

HB 159    Talton
Relating to expenditures of funds by a political subdivision to
advertise a referendum.

HB 255    Martinez / Leibowitz / Keel / Giddings / et al.
Relating to the reduction in value or expiration of a stored value

HB 664    Isett
Relating to consideration of a bidder's principal place of business
in awarding certain municipal and school district contracts.

HB 681    Gattis
Relating to the forfeiture of good conduct time from inmates who
file frivolous applications for writ of habeas corpus.

HB 1249    Reyna
Relating to criminal punishment for aggressive driving that results
in the death of a person.

HB 1048    Chisum
Relating to the forfeiture of contraband used or intended to be
used in the commission of certain criminal offenses.

HB 2405    Keel
Relating to prohibiting a person not entitled to receive an early
voting ballot by mail from casting that ballot; providing a
criminal penalty.

HB 1579    Kolkhorst / Eiland / Griggs / Smith, Todd / Berman / et al.
Relating to eligibility for benefits of and reports concerning
certain retired members of the Teacher Retirement System of Texas;
imposing a penalty.

HB 1899    Bonnen
Relating to the regulation and permitting of a commercial
industrial solid waste facility connected to a publicly owned
treatment works facility.

HB 1662    Gattis / Hopson
Relating to the eligibility of a criminal defendant for release
from jail after a delay in prosecution.

HB 2623    Phillips / Cook, Robby
Relating to the distribution by the Texas Department of
Transportation of certain assistance for the repair and maintenance
of county roads.

HB 3115    Corte
Relating to certain homeland security activities, including the
operation of the Critical Infrastructure Protection Council by the
office of the governor.

HB 3460    Baxter
Relating to the interest rate to be paid on the deposits made by
customers of a water, electric, gas, or telephone utility.

HB 1235    Paxton
Relating to the notice required for a sale of real property under a
contract lien.

HB 1919    Allen, Ray
Relating to notice in certain real property transactions concerning
public improvement districts.

HB 2135    Phillips / Hamric / Truitt / Homer / Woolley
Relating to the creation of a tourist-oriented directional sign

HB 2966    Seaman
Relating to the criminal penalty for violating certain statutes
enforceable by, or ordinances, rules, or regulations of, navigation
districts or port authorities.

HB 1706    Denny / Pitts / Woolley / Nixon / Bohac / et al.
Relating to requiring a voter to present proof of identification.

HB 1986    Solomons
Relating to the administration and powers of a coordinated county
transportation authority.

HB 2799    Talton
Relating to the removal of vehicles and property from a roadway in
a political subdivision and to the authority of a political
subdivision to establish a traffic incident management program.

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                              SENATE BILLS
                             SECOND READING

SB 571    Madla / et al.
         SP: Homer
Relating to the hours of sale and consumption of wine at a winery.