*************************************************************************** SUPPLEMENTAL HOUSE CALENDAR Wednesday, May 4, 2005 *************************************************************************** ******** GENERAL STATE CALENDAR ******** SENATE BILLS THIRD READING SB 1298 Armbrister SP: Talton Relating to restrictions on the transfer of a fuel tank to a metal recycling entity. SB 461 Madla SP: Allen, Ray Relating to the confidentiality of and access to certain personal information in instruments recorded with a county clerk. SB 376 Madla / et al. SP: Zedler Relating to a pilot program for language interpreter services under the medical assistance program. SB 580 Van de Putte SP: Rose Relating to the installment payment of ad valorem taxes by certain veterans. ******** POSTPONED BUSINESS ******** UNTIL 10:00 AM HB 2316 Miller Relating to member restrictions for commissioners of the Texas Workforce Commission. 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 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 567 Branch Relating to the deadline for passing the examination for a license to practice medicine in this state. HB 1698 Puente Relating to the authority of certain municipal electric utilities to invest funds held in a decommissioning trust. HB 681 Gattis Relating to the forfeiture of good conduct time from inmates who file frivolous applications for writ of habeas corpus. ******** MAJOR STATE CALENDAR ******** HOUSE BILLS SECOND READING HB 3540 Pitts Relating to certain fiscal matters affecting governmental entities. HB 790 Crownover / Luna / Eissler / Zedler / 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. ******** CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENTS CALENDAR ********** 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 THIRD READING HB 1900 Bonnen Relating to the assessment and regulation of emissions events. HB 3111 Corte Relating to authorizing the presiding officer of a political subdivision to order an evacuation in certain emergency circumstances. HB 1146 Chisum / Anderson / Flynn Relating to contingent payment clauses in certain construction contracts. HB 1208 Gattis Relating to a limitation on the use of eminent domain by municipal utility districts. HB 1358 Flores Relating to the jurisdiction of the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality over certain water supply or sewer service corporations. HB 905 Delisi Relating to the powers and duties of the state auditor in connection with state contracts. HB 1577 Nixon / Homer / Frost / Farabee Relating to the provision of health care services by a physician assistant during a disaster. HB 1611 Chisum / Turner / Allen, Ray / Hochberg / Edwards / et al. Relating to the use of money for the low-income vehicle repair assistance, retrofit, and accelerated vehicle retirement program. HB 1831 Talton Relating to the definition of "convicted" for purposes of eligibility to carry a concealed handgun. HB 1867 Naishtat Relating to the transfer of money appropriated to provide care for certain persons in nursing facilities to provide community-based services to those persons. HB 1476 Edwards / Van Arsdale / Crabb / Riddle Relating to regulation of certain sexually suggestive performances at public school events. HB 2017 Swinford Relating to a nonsubstantive revision of statutes relating to the Texas Department of Insurance, the business of insurance, and certain related businesses, including conforming amendments, repeals, and penalties. HB 2018 Swinford Relating to nonsubstantive additions to and corrections in enacted codes, to the nonsubstantive codification or disposition of various laws omitted from enacted codes, and to conforming codifications enacted by the 78th Legislature to other Acts of that legislature. HB 2019 Swinford Relating to the nonsubstantive revision of certain local laws concerning special districts, including conforming amendments. HB 2767 Talton Relating to the release of a criminal defendant in certain cases and the eligibility of certain individuals to act as sureties on bail bonds. HB 2902 Hilderbran Relating to the maintenance and repair of courthouses that have benefited from the historic courthouse preservation program. HB 3386 Talton Relating to the possession or shooting of a handgun on the land of the Lower Colorado River Authority by a person licensed to carry a concealed handgun. HB 120 Dawson / Edwards / Davis, John / Anderson / Coleman / et al. Relating to the creation of a donor education, awareness, and registry program, the establishment of an organ donor and tissue council, and anatomical gift donation. ******** 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 supervision. 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 penalty. 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 permit. 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 / Raymond 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 fighters. 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 system. 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 / Gallego 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.