Supplemental House Calendar

Tuesday, April 28, 2015



********** MAJOR STATE CALENDAR **********

HB 7                Darby / Otto / Howard / Turner, Sylvester / Murr / et al.

Relating to the amounts, availability, and use of certain statutorily dedicated revenue and accounts; reducing or affecting the amounts or rates of certain statutorily dedicated fees and assessments.

HB 6                Otto / Frank / et al.

Relating to the creation and re-creation of funds and accounts, the dedication and rededication of revenue, and the exemption of unappropriated money from use for general governmental purposes.

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HB 1388             Bohac

Relating to certain diseases or illnesses suffered by firefighters and emergency medical technicians.

HB 2903             Davis, Sarah

Relating to training requirements for certain child-care workers.

HB 2505             Clardy / Rodriguez, Eddie / Keough

Relating to health benefit plan coverage for abuse-deterrent opioid analgesic drugs.

HB 23               Davis, Sarah / Márquez / et al.

Relating to disclosure of certain relationships with local government officers and vendors; creating criminal offenses.

HB 590              Elkins / Lucio III / Button

Relating to the creation of research technology corporations for the development and commercialization of technologies owned by institutions of higher education or by certain medical centers with members that are institutions of higher education; providing for tax exemptions; providing a penalty.

HB 324              Dutton / Simpson / Wu

Relating to a requirement that a peace officer obtain a search warrant before conducting a body cavity search during a traffic stop.

HB 426              Howard / Geren

Relating to the acceptance of employment applications through the online system for listing state agency employment openings maintained by the Texas Workforce Commission.

HB 1902             Howard / Isaac / Workman / Lucio III

Relating to the regulation and use of graywater and alternative onsite water.

HB 2083             Darby / Otto / Cook / Bonnen, Dennis / Israel

Relating to the determination of the appraised value of property for purposes of an ad valorem tax protest or appeal.

HB 2068             Coleman

Relating to automatic employee participation in and administration of a deferred compensation plan provided by certain hospital districts.

HB 1022             Moody / Martinez Fischer / Bonnen, Greg

Relating to the eligibility for an exemption from ad valorem taxation of the residence homestead of certain persons with a life estate in the homestead property.

HB 699              Nevárez / Alvarado / Villalba / et al.

Relating to requiring public institutions of higher education to establish a policy on campus sexual assault.

HB 2053             Farney / Craddick / Thompson, Senfronia / Burkett / et al.

Relating to the protection of certain children who may be subject to child abuse or neglect through the operation of the child safety check alert list.

HB 2771             Martinez, "Mando" / Springer / Guillen

Relating to employment activities of certain emergency response personnel for purposes of the Texas Workers' Compensation Act.

HB 1794             Geren / Harless / Burkett / Longoria / Murphy / et al.

Relating to suits brought by local governments for violations of certain laws under the jurisdiction of, or rules adopted or orders or permits issued by, the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality; affecting civil penalties.

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SB 835              Taylor, Van / et al.

SP: Sheets

Relating to increasing the punishment for the offense of fraudulent or fictitious military record.

********** POSTPONED BUSINESS **********

HB 1852             Naishtat / Burkett

Relating to certain assessments for children in the conservatorship of the Department of Family and Protective Services.

HB 2493             Parker / Capriglione / et al.

Relating to the self-directed and  semi-independent status of the State Securities Board; authorizing fees.

HB 946              Workman / Frullo / Frank / Anderson, Charles "Doc" / King, Tracy O. / et al.

Relating to painting and marking requirements for certain meteorological evaluation towers; creating an offense.

HB 2769             Rodriguez, Eddie

Relating to the date of expiration of a certain pilot revolving loan program established under the loanstar revolving loan program to provide for energy efficiency measures and renewable energy technology for certain organizations.

HB 861              Dale / King, Phil / Sheffield / Burkett / Frullo / et al.

Relating to the prosecution of the offense of online solicitation of a minor.

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UNTIL 10:00 AM

HB 2007             Raymond

Relating to fees imposed by a county for licensing a junkyard or automotive wrecking and salvage yard.

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HB 2154             Dutton

Relating to the functions and operation of the State Office of Administrative Hearings.

HB 31               Bonnen, Dennis / Martinez Fischer / Parker / Krause / Oliveira / et al.

Relating to decreasing the state sales and use tax rate.

HB 32               Bonnen, Dennis / Murphy / Parker / Oliveira / Simmons / et al.

Relating to the computation and rates of the franchise tax; decreasing tax rates; amending provisions subject to a criminal penalty.

********** GENERAL STATE CALENDAR **********

HB 559              Anchia / Moody

Relating to the duties of a magistrate to inform an arrested person of consequences of a plea of guilty or nolo contendere.

HB 364              Dutton

Relating to the child support obligation of an obligor during the obligor's confinement in jail or prison.

HB 3373             Miller, Doug

Relating to the liability of reimbursing employers under the Texas Unemployment Compensation Act.

HB 3052             Bonnen, Dennis

Relating to the allocation of state hotel occupancy tax revenue to certain barrier island coastal municipalities.

HB 2753             Villalba

Relating to the names of certain businesses.

HB 2400             Bohac / Martinez Fischer

Relating to the sale of a new motor vehicle to certain manufacturers or distributors; imposing a tax.

HB 2115             Phillips

Relating to the initial inspection period for motor vehicles purchased by certain commercial fleet buyers.

HB 1550             Zerwas / Guerra / Farney / Miller, Rick / et al.

Relating to the administration of epinephrine by pharmacists.

HB 1887             Muñoz, Jr. / Canales / Guerra / Lucio III

Relating to the establishment of a regional center for public safety excellence in the Rio Grande Valley.

HB 606              Davis, Sarah

Relating to a study on the benefits of prenatal surgical procedures to treat birth defects.

HB 737              Aycock

Relating to the creation of regional emergency communications districts; authorizing the issuance of bonds; authorizing a fee.

HB 872              Raymond

Relating to the reactivation of a peace officer license; authorizing fees.

HB 1701             Villalba

Relating to the approval period for a proposal for an award of a grant from the Texas Enterprise Fund.

HB 1277             Ashby

Relating to requirements for annexation of certain commercial or industrial areas by a general-law municipality.

HB 1843             Aycock

Relating to providing training academies for public school teachers who provide reading instruction to students in prekindergarten through grade three.




C.S.H.B. 31


Pursuant to Rule 3, Section 4 and Rule 6, Section 16 of the House Rules, the House Committee on Calendars proposes the following rule governing floor consideration of House Bill 31:

“Section 1. All original amendments that will be offered during second reading consideration of the bill must be filed with the chief clerk by 10 a.m. on Monday, April 27, 2015.”


C.S.H.B. 32


Pursuant to Rule 3, Section 4 and Rule 6, Section 16 of the House Rules, the House Committee on Calendars proposes the following rule governing floor consideration of House Bill 32:

“Section 1. All original amendments that will be offered during second reading consideration of the bill must be filed with the chief clerk by 10 a.m. on Monday, April 27, 2015.”