Daily House Calendar

Tuesday, May 09, 2017



********** EMERGENCY CALENDAR **********

HB 39               Wu / Raymond / Rose

Relating to the child protective service functions of the Department of Family and Protective Services.


HJR 73              Burns / Ashby / et al.

Proposing a constitutional amendment to restrict the power of the legislature to mandate requirements on a municipality or county.

HJR 113             Capriglione

Proposing a constitutional amendment authorizing the legislature to exempt from ad valorem taxation precious metal held in the Texas Bullion Depository.


SJR 60              Hancock

SP: Parker / Raymond / Lambert / Longoria / Guerra

Proposing a constitutional amendment establishing a lower amount for expenses that can be charged to a borrower and removing certain financing expense limitations for a home equity loan, establishing certain authorized lenders to make a home equity loan, changing certain options for the refinancing of home equity loans, changing the threshold for an advance of a home equity line of credit, and allowing home equity loans on agricultural homesteads.

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

HB 4021             Deshotel

Relating to the financing of ports in the state.

HB 3626             Hunter

Relating to the definition of eligible central municipality for purposes of the municipal hotel occupancy tax.

HB 3108             Giddings

Relating to procedures for taking possession of a child and for certain hearings in a suit affecting the parent-child relationship involving the Department of Family and Protective Services.

HB 1892             Ortega / Hernandez / Farrar / Stucky / Anderson, Rodney

Relating to expedited proceedings in cases involving substandard buildings or improvements.

HB 3685             Alvarado

Relating to the administration of the low income housing tax credit program by the Texas Department of Housing and Community Affairs.

HB 3640             Hunter / Herrero

Relating to the confidentiality of an emergency call.

HB 3652             Craddick / et al.

Relating to an exemption for open-enrollment charter schools from taxes imposed on the sale, lease, or rental of a motor vehicle and registration fees for motor vehicles.

HB 1864             Thompson, Senfronia

Relating to training regarding interactions with law enforcement during traffic stops.

HB 3838             Zerwas / Miller / Stephenson / Reynolds

Relating to the definition of eligible central municipality for purposes of the municipal hotel occupancy tax.

HB 1416             Stephenson

Relating to authorizing public retirement systems to study the cost-effectiveness and feasibility of implementing certain pension revenue enhancement strategies.

HB 141              Raymond / King, Tracy O.

Relating to prohibiting the operation of State Highway 255 as a toll project.

HB 1086             Goldman / et al.

Relating to increasing the penalty for unlawful participation in a primary election or convention.

HB 1626             Gutierrez

Relating to the authority of a taxing unit other than a school district to enter into a tax abatement agreement with an owner of real property in a tax increment financing reinvestment zone.

HB 1821             Clardy

Relating to a late fee for failing to pay rent under a residential lease.

HB 2092             Morrison, Geanie W.

Relating to a prohibition of the land application of grease or grit trap waste.

HB 1825             Goldman

Relating to the conduct of early voting by personal appearance.

HB 3010             Lucio III

Relating to authorizing and financing certain sports and community venue projects.

HB 1964             Murphy

Relating to the authority and liability of owners and managers of apartment houses, manufactured home rental communities, condominiums, and multiple use facilities in charging tenants for submetered and nonsubmetered master metered water and wastewater services.

HB 2528             Guillen

Relating to predevelopment loans provided to community housing development organizations by the Texas Department of Housing and Community Affairs.

HB 3703             Gooden

Relating to waiver of continuing education requirements for certain insurance adjusters.

HB 3345             Springer

Relating to the definition of "passive entity" for the franchise tax.

HB 3606             Wilson / VanDeaver / Oliverson / Lucio III / Meyer / et al.

Relating to a report regarding certain health and safety information prepared by the Texas Education Agency.

HB 994              Wray

Relating to the disposition of remains and anatomical gifts.

HB 1032             Thompson, Senfronia

Relating to the adoption of the Uniform Electronic Legal Material Act.

HB 1908             Zerwas / Sheffield / Thompson, Senfronia / Parker / Howard / et al.

Relating to the distribution, possession, purchase, consumption, and receipt of cigarettes, e-cigarettes, and tobacco products; providing penalties.

HB 1152             Davis, Sarah / et al.

Relating to a referendum requirement before the name of a school district or district campus located in certain counties may be changed by the district board of trustees.

HB 543              Raney / Cook / Parker / Ashby / Murr / et al.

Relating to the required vote by a presidential elector.

HB 4231             White / Darby / Paddie / King, Ken / Morrison, Geanie W. / et al.

Relating to allocating a portion of oil and gas production tax revenue to the counties from which the oil and gas originated.

HB 1421             Johnson, Jarvis / Thierry

Relating to a report by the Texas Department of Criminal Justice regarding inmate grievances.

HB 2478             Davis, Sarah

Relating to an innovation grant program to support residency training programs in psychiatric specialty fields.

HB 2276             Martinez, "Mando"

Relating to an increase in and the use of the fee for permits issued for the movement of oversize or overweight vehicles carrying cargo in Hidalgo County.

HB 40               Simmons

Relating to the deposit of money received from the federal government and the authority of the comptroller concerning related funds and accounts.

HB 3238             Nevárez / Simmons

Relating to the regulation of unmanned aircrafts by political subdivisions.

HB 4047             Workman

Relating to the requirements for annexation by a municipality of certain municipal utility districts.

HB 1749             Thompson, Senfronia

Relating to the expunction of arrest records and files relating to an offense punishable by fine only; authorizing a fee.

HB 2250             Darby

Relating to the classification of certain entities as primarily engaged in retail trade for purposes of the franchise tax.

HB 1226             Herrero / Lozano

Relating to exemption of certain firefighters and police officers from jury service.

HB 1922             Rodriguez, Eddie / Flynn / Alonzo / Workman

Relating to certain claims for benefits or compensation by survivors of fire fighters.

HB 1620             Sanford / Burkett / Miller / Minjarez / et al.

Relating to a voluntary temporary caregiver program providing temporary care for children removed from their homes.

HB 200              Burkett / Bailes / Laubenberg / et al.

Relating to certain prohibited abortions and the treatment and disposition of a human fetus, human fetal tissue, and embryonic and fetal tissue remains; creating a civil cause of action; imposing a civil penalty; creating criminal offenses.

HB 2858             Burns / Shine / Paul / Burkett / Nevárez / et al.

Relating to human trafficking signs at abortion facilities and offenses associated with human trafficking and forced abortion; increasing criminal penalties.

HB 1936             Springer / Cook / Capriglione / Burkett / Shine / et al.

Relating to prohibiting certain transactions between a governmental entity and an abortion provider or affiliate of the provider.

HB 3036             King, Tracy O.

Relating to permits for the discharge of waste or pollutants into water that flows into certain areas of the Edwards Aquifer recharge zone.

HB 2969             Raymond

Relating to fraud, waste, and abuse in Medicaid and other health and human services programs.

HB 1665             Oliveira

Relating to the regulation of cross-border electric generating facilities.

HB 2343             Workman / Anderson, Charles "Doc" / Villalba

Relating to prerequisites to asserting certain claims arising from certain construction defects.

HB 2690             Morrison, Geanie W. / Oliveira / Faircloth

Relating to the allocation of certain state hotel occupancy tax revenue.

HB 3383             Lozano

Relating to the repeal of the management-to-staff ratio requirement for state agencies.

HB 2714             Bohac

Relating to the exemption from ad valorem taxation of leased motor vehicles that are not held primarily for the production of income by the lessee.

HB 3163             Button

Relating to persons engaged in business as a vehicle lessor or vehicle lease facilitator.

HB 3882             Larson

Relating to lobbying by former statewide elected officers or members of their staffs; creating a criminal offense.

HB 3639             Gervin-Hawkins

Relating to regulation of fireworks stands in certain counties; creating criminal offenses.

HB 3804             Clardy / Muńoz, Jr.

Relating to certain insurance practices with respect to repair of motor vehicles.

HB 4241             Raymond

Relating to measures to ensure certain adopted students are informed regarding their eligibility for tuition and fee exemptions at certain institutions of higher education.

HB 3691             Bernal

Relating to the eligibility of certain municipalities to establish homestead preservation districts and reinvestment zones.

********** RESOLUTIONS CALENDAR **********

HCR 52              Flynn / King, Phil / Shine / Bonnen, Dennis / Longoria / et al.

Urging Congress to reimburse the State of Texas for bearing the financial burden of the federal government's responsibility to secure the Texas-Mexico international border.




C.S.H.B. 39


Pursuant to House Rule 3, Section 4(2) and House Rule 6, Section 16(f), the House Committee on Calendars proposes the following rule governing floor consideration of House Bill 39:

“Section 1. All original amendments that will be offered during second reading consideration of the bill must be filed with the chief clerk by 1 pm on Monday, May 8, 2017.”