Local Consent And Resolutions Calendar

Thursday, April 21, 2011
10:00 AM



********** HOUSE BILLS AND RESOLUTIONS **********

HB 1451             Thompson / Pitts / Rodriguez, Eddie / Lucio III / Branch / et al.

Relating to the licensing and regulation of certain dog and cat breeders; providing penalties.

HB 34               Branch / Lewis / et al.

Relating to including in the public high school curriculum instruction in methods of paying for postsecondary education and training.

HB 157              Raymond

Relating to the filing of an application for a place on the general primary election ballot.

HB 240              Parker

Relating to requiring the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality to adopt rules preventing accidental or unintentional access to on-site sewage disposal systems.

HB 260              Hilderbran

Relating to the prosecution and punishment of unlawful transport of a person.

HB 384              Menendez

Relating to the proper identification of boats and outboard motors; creating an offense.

HB 385              Menendez

Relating to the punishment for theft and certain fraud offenses committed against a disabled individual.

HB 438              Thompson / Chisum / Hunter / Dukes / Hopson

Relating to health benefit plan coverage for orally administered anticancer medications.

HB 559              Sheffield / Miller, Sid / Aycock

Relating to Bronze Star Medal specialty license plates.

HB 649              Gallego

Relating to the issuance and duration of certain protective orders for victims of sexual assault.

HB 772              Riddle

Relating to the applicability of certain laws to certain sex offenders.

HB 787              Kuempel

Relating to abandoned, wrecked, dismantled, discarded, and inoperable aircraft and vessels.

HB 938              Smithee

Relating to the issuance of specialty license plates for women veterans.

HB 1053             Patrick, Diane

Relating to the tuition exemption offered by public institutions of higher education to firefighters enrolled in certain courses.

HB 1070             Scott / et al.

Relating to the taking of a defendant's bail bond by county jailers.

HB 1146             Kuempel / et al.

Relating to the registration and regulation of appraisal management companies and the composition of the Texas Appraiser Licensing and Certification Board; providing penalties.

HB 1163             Keffer

Relating to tuition and fee exemptions at public institutions of higher education for certain peace officers and firefighters.

HB 1174             Workman

Relating to the expiration of a county burn ban.

HB 1207             Davis, Sarah

Relating to adoption of the Uniform Child Abduction Prevention Act.

HB 1381             Madden

Relating to the service of civil process on an inmate of the Texas Department of Criminal Justice.

HB 1486             Gutierrez

Relating to signs posted under the memorial sign program for victims of certain vehicle accidents.

HB 1541             McClendon

Relating to the prevention of automobile burglary and theft.

HB 1649             Marquez / Munoz, Jr.

Relating to the enforcement of building code standards for new residential construction in the unincorporated area of a county; providing a fee.

HB 1658             Davis, Yvonne

Relating to the refund of a cash bond to a defendant in a criminal case.

HB 1754             Gallego

Relating to the reorganization of powers and duties among agencies in this state that provide representation to indigent defendants in criminal cases and to the reorganization of funding sources for indigent defense.

HB 1822             Harless

Relating to the withdrawal of security by a bail bond surety.

HB 1853             Hamilton

Relating to the licensing and regulation of certain employees of fire protection sprinkler system contractors; providing a penalty.

HB 1854             Rodriguez, Eddie / Naishtat

Relating to certain arrangements to provide care for a child during an investigation of abuse or neglect.

HB 1859             Hochberg

Relating to the applicability of architectural barrier standards.

HB 2138             Guillen

Relating to the search for and rescue of victims of water-oriented accidents.

HB 2139             Guillen

Relating to the establishment of an Adopt-A-Library program and state employee charitable contributions to the program.

HB 2170             Raymond Pena, Richard

Relating to assisting a foster child in obtaining the child's credit report.

HB 2315             Coleman

Relating to a county's general revenue levy for indigent health care.

HB 2325             McClendon

Relating to the competitive bidding and notice requirements for contracts of certain mass transportation authorities.

HB 2354             Madden

Relating to the installation and use of a pen register, ESN reader, trap and trace device, mobile tracking device, or similar equipment in a correctional facility operated by or under contract with the Texas Department of Criminal Justice.

HB 2457             Davis, John

Relating to the amendment of Texas Enterprise Fund grant agreements.

HB 2469             Phillips

Relating to a memorial sign program for victims of motorcycle accidents.

HB 2488             Scott

Relating to access to a child's medical records by the child's attorney ad litem, guardian ad litem, or amicus attorney.

HB 2508             Lewis

Relating to organizations that are covered by the Charitable Immunity and Liability Act of 1987.

HB 2538             Vo

Relating to the confidentiality of certain identifying information regarding students of career schools or colleges and other educational entities; providing a criminal penalty.

HB 2551             Chisum

Relating to the land application of grit trap waste.

HB 2600             Ritter

Relating to the records and reports required for purposes of the taxes imposed on cigars and other tobacco products.

HB 2654             Sheets

Relating to an exclusion from unemployment compensation chargebacks for certain employers of uniformed service members.

HB 2662             Hochberg / Parker

Relating to child abduction.

HB 2717             Darby

Relating to the duties and responsibilities of certain county officials and the functions of county government.

HB 2734             Madden

Relating to certain mandatory conditions of parole or mandatory supervision for illegal criminal aliens and the revocation of parole or mandatory supervision as a result of violating those conditions.

HB 2806             Phillips

Relating to the marketing, hosting, and sale of specialty and personalized license plates.

HB 2857             Gallego

Relating to regulation of outdoor lighting in certain areas; providing a criminal penalty and for injunctive relief.

HB 2870             Harper-Brown / Price

Relating to the elimination of certain required reports prepared by state agencies and institutions of higher education.

HB 2908             Branch / Davis, Sarah

Relating to providing graduate medical education positions for Texas medical school graduates.

HB 2910             Branch

Relating to agreements between the Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board and certain organizations for increasing degree completion rates.

HB 2959             Price

Relating to the required transfer of records to a new county chair of a political party; providing a penalty.

HB 3065             Sheffield

Relating to the requirement that certain food service establishments post a sign depicting the Heimlich maneuver.

HB 3141             Hartnett

Relating to the registration and protection of trademarks.

HB 3302             Reynolds / Zerwas

Relating to the authority of certain Type A economic development corporations to undertake certain categories of projects.

HB 3336             Coleman

Relating to information regarding pertussis for parents of newborn children.

HB 3404             Naishtat

Relating to establishing a child care advisory committee to advise the Texas Facilities Commission.

HB 3510             Hamilton

Relating to the regulation of the towing, booting, and storage of vehicles.

HB 3577             Gonzales, Larry

Relating to eligibility requirements for the Texas Educational Opportunity Grant.