Ways & Means
8:30 AM, Monday, May 04, 2009
Rep. Rene Oliveira
HB 54
Relating to the information required to be provided in or with an ad valorem tax bill for school district taxes.
HB 507
Brown, Betty
Relating to an exemption from the sales and use tax for certain funding-raising sales conducted by a nonprofit organization that operates to benefit the patients of a state mental hospital.
HB 1122
Bolton | et al.
Relating to the amount of the franchise tax incentive for certain small employers that provide health care benefits to employees.
HB 1247
Jackson, Jim
Relating to refunds of overpayments or erroneous payments of ad valorem taxes.
HB 1269
Hughes | et al.
Relating to the exemption from ad valorem taxation of property owned by certain organizations engaged primarily in performing charitable functions.
HB 1283
Relating to installment payments of ad valorem taxes on property in a disaster area.
HB 1547
Relating to the provision by an appraisal district of certain information on an Internet website operated by the district.
HB 2460
Relating to the exemption from ad valorem tax of certain property owned by a religious organization.
HB 2505
Relating to the rates and imposition of the state sales and franchise taxes and to the allocation of certain revenue.
HB 2613
Relating to the allocation of gasoline tax to county roads.
HB 2643
Relating to the date on which a school district is required to hold an ad valorem tax rollback election.
HB 2865
Relating to the exemption from ad valorem taxation of property used by a charitable organization that provides access to affordable financial products and services to certain individuals.
HB 2943
Harper-Brown | et al.
Relating to a temporary franchise tax discount for job creation and retention.

HB 3000
Relating to the eligibility of a heavy equipment dealer to receive a refund or credit for the overpayment of ad valorem taxes.
HB 3210
Relating to the exemption from ad valorem taxation for property owned by a religious organization for purposes of expanding a religious facility or constructing a new religious facility.
HB 3211
Relating to the classification of certain entities as primarily engaged in retail trade for purposes of the franchise tax.
HB 3277
Relating to the imposition of the franchise tax on certain combined groups.
HB 3310
Relating to the award of attorney's fees in a judicial appeal of certain ad valorem tax determinations.
HB 3596
Relating to a prohibition on the public disclosure of information in appraisal records that identifies a property owner.
HB 4030
Relating to a tax credit for donations of certain art to art museums in this state that are open to the public.
HB 4034
Relating to the publication by an appraisal district on the district's Internet website of certain information regarding real property appraised by the district.
HB 4035
Relating to the adoption by a school district of a budget and an ad valorem tax rate.
HB 4038
Relating to the system for appraising property for ad valorem tax purposes.
HB 4040
Relating to procedural requirements of an appeal from an order of an appraisal review board determining a protest.
HB 4184
Christian | et al.
Relating to the abolition of all political subdivision ad valorem taxes.
HB 4363
Davis, Yvonne
Relating to incorrect or unequal appraised value of a property.
HB 4364
Davis, Yvonne
Relating to certain individuals entitled to notice from an appraisal district.
HB 4365
Davis, Yvonne
Relating to an award of attorney's fees to a prevailing property owner in a property tax dispute resolved by binding arbitration.

HB 4521
Relating to the calculation of the rollback tax rate of a school district.
HB 4753
Relating to the creation of the Harris County Improvement District No. 16; providing authority to impose an assessment, impose a tax, and issue bonds.
HJR 16
Proposing a constitutional amendment requiring any increase in a franchise tax rate to be approved by three-fourths of all the members elected to each house of the legislature.
HJR 30
Anderson | et al.
Proposing a constitutional amendment requiring any increase in a rate of the franchise tax be approved by two-thirds of all the members elected to each house of the legislature.
HJR 38
King, Phil | et al.
Proposing a constitutional amendment regarding the rainy day fund and dedicating certain surplus revenues to property tax reduction.
HJR 89
Paxton | et al.
Proposing a constitutional amendment dedicating certain revenue derived from motor fuel taxes to the construction of public highways.
HJR 104
Proposing a constitutional amendment authorizing the legislature to limit increases in the appraised value of a residence homestead for ad valorem tax purposes based on the inflation rate and to limit the frequency of reappraisals of residence homesteads.
HJR 111
Smith, Todd
Proposing a constitutional amendment limiting the purposes for which revenue from motor vehicle registration fees, taxes on motor fuels and lubricants, and certain revenues received from the federal government may be used and authorizing the legislature to provide for automatic adjustments of the rates of motor fuels taxes.