Friday, May 20, 2005


                   ******** SENATE AMENDMENTS ********

Eligible at 4:30 PM May 20, 2005:

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

HB 874    Kuempel
Relating to designating a portion of State Highway 123 as the
Senator John Traeger Memorial Highway.

HB 1045    Goolsby
Relating to amendments to the Texas Timeshare Act.

HB 1339    Strama
Relating to the appointment of a voting proxy by a legislative
policy board member of a metropolitan planning organization.

HB 1705    Bonnen
Relating to the release of hazardous waste in connection with
dredging and placement or storage of dredged materials by a port
authority or navigation district.

HB 1938    Ritter / Menendez / Anchia / Branch
Relating to the award of a grant and reporting requirements under
the Texas Enterprise Fund.

HB 2331    Morrison
Relating to the emergency possession of certain abandoned children;
providing a penalty.

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

Eligible at 6:15 PM May 20, 2005:

HB 56    Denny / Bohac / Hughes / Branch
Relating to the offense of tampering with a direct recording
electronic voting machine; providing criminal penalties.

HB 468    Hegar
Relating to driver and traffic safety education.

HB 481    Hochberg
Relating to the eligibility for unemployment benefits of certain
persons with disabilities.

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

HB 872    West, George "Buddy"
Relating to the imposition of the pipeline safety annual inspection
fee by the Railroad Commission of Texas.

HB 969    Keel
Relating to court orders for discovery in a criminal case.

HB 1225    Puente
Relating to the grounds for an exemption from cancellation of a
water right for nonuse.

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

Eligible at 7:30 PM May 20, 2005:

HB 1098    McCall / Branch
Relating to using the Internet to obtain identifying information of
another person for a fraudulent purpose; providing a penalty.