COMMITTEE:   Juvenile Justice & Family Issues 

TIME & DATE: 10:30 AM or upon final adjourn./recess
Wednesday, April 22, 2015 

PLACE:       E2.016 
CHAIR:       Rep. Harold V. Dutton, Jr. 


HB 524        Burkett | et al.
Relating to a suit for possession of or access to a child by a grandparent.

HB 807        Dukes                  
Relating to authorization for a caregiver who is a relative to enroll a child in school.

HB 851        Price | et al.         
Relating to children's advocacy centers.

HB 853        Sanford                
Relating to the confidentiality of information identifying children who are victims of certain offenses; creating an offense.

HB 884        Phelan                 
Relating to the abolishment of the Orange County child support office and to the divorce and contempt fees paid in Orange County.

HB 1491       McClendon              
Relating to the publication of confidential criminal and juvenile justice records of certain juveniles; providing civil penalties.

HB 1549       McClendon              
Relating to nonsubstantive corrections in statutes to references to the Texas Youth Commission and Texas Juvenile Probation Commission.

HB 1699       Capriglione            
Relating to the commission of family violence as grounds for an annulment of a marriage.

HB 2140       Naishtat               
Relating to the creation by the Department of Family and Protective Services of positions and organizations to facilitate the provision of services to foster youth.

HB 2684       Giddings
Relating to the creation of a model training curriculum and to the required training for school district peace officers and school resource officers.

HB 2837       King, Susan            
Relating to authorization agreements between a parent and a relative or other person for the care and custody of the parent's child.

HB 2885       Giddings               
Relating to requiring a school district to report data regarding restraints administered to, sanctions imposed on, complaints filed against, citations issued to, and arrests made of students.

HB 2934       Wu                     
Relating to prohibiting the use of a mechanical or physical restraint on a child during a judicial proceeding in the juvenile court.

HB 3341       Peņa                   
Relating to a requirement that school district superintendents  report information relating to the use of restraints against students and student arrests and enhancing the penalty prescribed for certain acts of official oppression; creating a criminal offense.

HB 4093       Krause                 
Relating to repealing insupportability as a ground for divorce.

HB 4111       Naishtat | et al.      
Relating to the release of certain child fatality and near fatality information for abused or neglected children.

HB 4122       Davis, Yvonne          
Relating to child support.



Bills added after last posting:

HB 2684


Bills deleted after last posting:

HB 2530


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