COMMITTEE:   Government Transparency & Operation 

TIME & DATE: 2:00 PM or upon final adjourn./recess
Wednesday, April 22, 2015 

PLACE:       E1.014 
CHAIR:       Rep. Gary Elkins 


HB 139        Stickland
Relating to the posting of certain notices for political subdivisions on the comptroller's Internet website.

HB 363        White, James           
Relating to the creation of a task force to conduct a study and develop recommendations on the efficacy of the continuation of daylight saving time in this state.

HB 470        Reynolds               
Relating to the preference given by state agencies for certain goods and services produced or offered by small businesses.

HB 546        White, James           
Relating to a prohibition on state contracting for goods produced through forced labor; providing penalties.

HB 548        Johnson                
Relating to the consideration of criminal history record information regarding applicants for public employment.

HB 855        Sanford | et al.       
Relating to the compatibility of state agency websites with certain Internet browsers.

HB 1019       Flynn | et al.         
Relating to publication of notice by a governmental entity on a newspaper's Internet website.

HB 1118       Schofield              
Relating to certain persons' entitlement to public information.

HB 1137       Israel                 
Relating to the definition of appropriate law enforcement authority for the purpose of reporting a violation of the law by a state or local governmental entity.

HB 2234       Leach                  
Relating to the authority of a district clerk to post official and legal notices by electronic display.

HB 3019       Kuempel                
Relating to the competitive bid process for construction during contracting and delivery of construction projects.

HB 3248       Davis, Yvonne          
Relating to state agency procedures and policies to protect and properly destroy certain information that identifies an individual.

HB 3357       Lucio III              
Relating to permitted methods for certain political subdivisions to post notice of a meeting.

HB 3997       Elkins                 
Relating to prosecution of violations of the open meetings law and the open records law.




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