SENATE BILLS RETURNED FROM HOUSE WITH AMENDMENTS
May 22, 2015
Relating to measures to support or enhance graduate medical education in this state, including the transfer of certain assets from the Texas Medical Liability Insurance Underwriting Association to the permanent fund supporting graduate medical education and the authority of the association to issue new policies.
Relating to training for members of the governing board of a public institution of higher education.
Relating to the confidentiality of certain property tax appraisal photographs.
Relating to the abolishment of the Texas Council on Purchasing from People with Disabilities and the transfer of its functions to the Texas Workforce Commission.
Relating to student loan repayment assistance for certain mental health professionals.
Relating to the amount the Texas Military Preparedness Commission may grant to local governmental entities for certain purposes.
Relating to authorizing a revocable deed that transfers real property at the transferor's death.
Relating to training courses for certain food handlers.
Relating to regulation of rates and policy forms for certain commercial lines of insurance.
Relating to discovery of evidence of the net worth of a defendant in connection with a claim for exemplary damages.
Relating to the repeal of the inheritance tax.
Relating to provider access and assignment requirements for a Medicaid managed care organization.
Relating to the authority of certain municipalities to provide sewer service to areas within the municipal boundaries without obtaining a certificate of public convenience and necessity.
Relating to the regulation of amusement redemption machine game rooms in certain counties.
Relating to the licensing of insurance agents and adjusters; providing a penalty.
Relating to certain committees and programs to develop the wine industry in this state through the Department of Agriculture.
Relating to the operation and administration of and practice in courts in the judicial branch of state government, the composition of certain juvenile boards, and the increase of certain filing fees.
Relating to the functions of the Public Utility Commission of Texas in relation to the economic regulation of water and sewer service.
Relating to the establishment of a multidisciplinary studies associate degree program at each public junior college.
Relating to the amount and allocation of the annual constitutional appropriation to certain agencies and institutions of higher education.
Relating to exemption from the sales tax for certain water-efficient products for a limited period.
Relating to creating limited purpose disaster declaration authority for the governor.
Relating to the Texas Department of Motor Vehicles fund.
Relating to emergency response employees or volunteers and others exposed or potentially exposed to certain diseases or parasites.
Relating to the requirements for employment positions provided through the Texas college work-study program.
Relating to the eligibility of criminal defendants for an order of nondisclosure of criminal history record information; authorizing a fee.