Wednesday, May 25, 2005


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

Eligible at 11:44 PM May 25, 2005:

HB 646    Otto
Relating to the provision of certain reports and records requested
by the attorney general.

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

HB 843    Truitt / Riddle
Relating to relating to the authority of certain counties to
regulate certain communication facility structures in certain
circumstances; providing a penalty.

HB 988    Chisum
Relating to the county in which a seller of a motor vehicle may
file an application for registration and certificate of title.

HB 1172    Brown, Fred
Relating to policies and measures to promote timely graduation of
students from public institutions of higher education.

HB 1379    Jones, Jesse
Relating to the admissibility in a civil action of certain
information relating to identify theft.

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

HB 1765    Morrison / Ritter / Kolkhorst / Deshotel / McCall / et al.
Relating to the creation of programs and funding for emerging
technology industries.

HB 2110    Berman / Driver / Hupp / Keel / King, Phil / et al.
Relating to the applicability of certain weapon laws to certain
judges and prosecutors.

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

HB 3539    Hupp
Relating to the composition of the board of directors of the
Saratoga Underground Water Conservation District.

Eligible at 1:30 AM May 26, 2005:

HB 867    Allen, Ray
Relating to the registration and supervision of sex offenders;
providing penalties.

HB 1053    Hope
Relating to the location of certain municipal solid waste

HB 1068    Driver
Relating to the collection and analysis of evidence and testimony
based on forensic analysis, crime laboratory accreditation, DNA
testing, and the creation and maintenance of DNA records; providing
a penalty.

HB 1116    Solomons / Hamric / Truitt / Dunnam
Relating to the governmental entities subject to the sunset review

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;
making an appropriation.

HB 1634    Allen, Ray / Hopson / Otto / Blake
Relating to arson and arson investigation; creating offenses.

HB 1772    Miller
Relating to permitting a general-law municipality to annex land in
certain circumstances.

HB 1823    Dutton / Farrar / Smith, Wayne / Leibowitz
Relating to the rights of a purchaser under an executory contract
for conveyance of real property.

HB 2579    Rodriguez / Hupp / Davis, John
Relating to procedures to ensure the involvement of parents or
guardians of children placed in certain institutions.

HB 2753    Pitts
Relating to the powers, duties, and functions of the Legislative
Budget Board.

HB 2806    Morrison
Relating to the regulation of career schools and colleges.

HB 2958    Hamric
Relating to the creation of freight rail districts; granting
authority to issue bonds or other similar obligations to create
public debt; granting the power of eminent domain.

HJR 80    Krusee
Proposing a constitutional amendment clarifying that certain
economic development programs do not constitute a debt.

Eligiible at 2:45 AM May 26, 2005:

HB 1601    Madden
Relating to the use of interpreter services in a criminal case.

HB 2129    Bonnen
Relating to energy-saving measures that reduce the emission of air

HB 2217    McCall
Relating to the management of public school land and the permanent
school fund.

HB 2218    McCall
Relating to the regulation of money services businesses; providing
a penalty.

HB 2421    Chavez / Villarreal / Castro / Leibowitz / et al.
Relating to the use of an employer assessment to fund the skills
development program and authorizing the Texas Workforce Commission
to develop new job incentive programs.

HB 3434    Hartnett
Relating to testamentary and nontestamentary transfers of property
and other benefits and the administration of those benefits.

Eligible at 3:40 AM May 26, 2005:

HB 3540    Pitts
Relating to certain fiscal matters affecting governmental entities;
providing penalties.

                 ******** CONFERENCE COMMITTEE ********

Conference Committee Reports:

Eligible at 5:30 PM May 25, 2005:

SB 1050    Van de Putte
         SP: Bailey
Relating to the promotional system for municipal civil service fire

Eligible at 9:00 PM May 25, 2005:

HB 225    Driver / Keel / Hupp / Rose / Hegar / et al.
Relating to the expiration of a renewed license to carry a
concealed handgun.