Friday, May 27, 2005


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

ELIGIBLE AT 4:10 PM MAY 27, 2005:

HB 880    Delisi
Relating to attorney general review of certain contracts for health
care purposes.

HB 2157    Smithee
Relating to the receivership of insurers in this state; providing

ELIGIBLE AT 8:30 PM MAY 27, 2005:

HB 603    Eissler / Grusendorf / Olivo / Hegar / Guillen
Relating to the suspension, removal, or expulsion of a public
school student.

HB 467    Bailey / Howard / Olivo
Relating to the financing of water and sewer programs in
disadvantaged areas.

HB 607    Giddings / Gonzalez Toureilles
Relating to the delivery of blank check forms; providing a civil

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 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 2145    Hupp / Seaman / Grusendorf
Relating to prohibiting changes in certain prescription drug orders
without the approval of the prescribing health care practitioner.

HB 2667    Dutton
Relating to the election of a director of a municipal utility

HB 2795    Hartnett
Relating to certain appointments made by the governor and the chief
justice of the supreme court.

HB 2876    Callegari / Gattis / Hope / Howard / Smith, Wayne / et al.
Relating to certificates of public convenience and necessity for
water service and sewer service.

HB 2815    Campbell
Relating to the Concho River Watermaster Program.

ELIGIBLE AT 11:15 PM MAY 27, 2005:

HB 10    Pitts / Denny
Relating to making supplemental appropriations and reductions in

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.

HB 183    Brown, Fred / Anchia / Callegari / McClendon /
             Gonzalez Toureilles
Relating to the prosecution of offenses involving the use of safety
belts and child passenger safety seat systems.

HB 925    Chavez
Relating to creating an interagency work group on border issues.

HB 1317    Driver / Laubenberg / Raymond / et al.
Relating to the licensing and regulation of certain electricians.

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

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 2201    Hughes / Hopson / Cook, Robby / Kolkhorst / Homer / et al.
Relating to implementing a clean coal project in this state.

HB 2221    Luna / Morrison / Turner / Callegari
Relating to the territory of a public junior college district and
to the provision of services by a junior college district to
students residing outside the district.

HB 2329    Morrison / et al.
Relating to authorizing the issuance of revenue bonds or other
obligations to fund capital projects at public institutions of
higher education.

HB 2572    Truitt / Isett / McReynolds / Miller / Coleman / et al.
Relating to the functions of local mental health and mental
retardation authorities.

HB 2793    Bonnen
Relating to the removal and collection of convenience switches from
motor vehicles; providing penalties.

HB 2894    Phillips
Relating to the marketing and sale of certain license plates by a
private vendor.

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 3556    Brown, Betty
Relating to the creation of Las Lomas Municipal Utility District
No. 4 of Kaufman County; providing authority to impose a tax and
issue bonds; granting the power of eminent domain.