Supplemental House Calendar

Tuesday, April 18, 2017



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

HB 3451             Stucky / González, Mary / Ashby / Springer / Cyrier / et al.

Relating to the study and approval of lethal pesticides for feral hog control.

HB 1090             Meyer / Button / Fallon

Relating to the criminal penalties for insider trading and other misuse of official information by public servants.

HB 1270             Smithee / Blanco / Cyrier / et al.

Relating to excused absences from public school for the purpose of visiting a military recruitment center.

HB 1526             King, Phil / Geren / Romero, Jr. / Davis, Sarah / Meyer / et al.

Relating to the provision of state death benefits to peace officers employed by certain private institutions of higher education located in this state.

HB 777              Ashby / Bernal / Murphy / Blanco / Guillen / et al.

Relating to the eligibility of land owned by certain members of the armed services of the United States for appraisal for ad valorem tax purposes as qualified open-space land.

HB 269              Thompson, Senfronia / Meyer / Johnson, Eric

Relating to judicial proceedings on a petition to set aside a conviction or an order of expunction of criminal history record information for certain victims of trafficking of persons or compelling prostitution who are convicted of prostitution.

HB 491              Frullo / Button / Fallon

Relating to requiring registration as a sex offender of certain defendants convicted of the offense of continuous trafficking of persons.

HB 1116             Kacal

Relating to the repeal of certain state procurement advisory and approval procedures.

HB 2253             Darby

Relating to the calculation of interest on an ad valorem tax refund resulting from the final determination of an appeal that decreases a property owner's liability.

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

HB 1377             Davis, Sarah

Relating to the contents of and recordkeeping requirements relating to personal financial statements filed with the Texas Ethics Commission.

HB 1378             Davis, Sarah

Relating to restrictions on political contributions and political expenditures by general-purpose political committees.

HB 1379             Davis, Sarah

Relating to the reporting of political contributions and political expenditures by out-of-state political committees.

HB 1381             Davis, Sarah

Relating to the provision of notice by the Texas Ethics Commission.

HB 1384             Davis, Sarah

Relating to contributions and expenditures made in connection with a campaign for speaker of the house of representatives.

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

HB 2029             Lozano / Thompson, Senfronia / Villalba / et al.

Relating to the exemption of certain commercial weighing or measuring devices from registration and inspection requirements.

HB 29               Thompson, Senfronia / Huberty / Collier / Cook / Frullo / et al.

Relating to prostitution and the trafficking of persons, civil racketeering related to trafficking, the prosecution of and punishment for certain sexual offenses and offenses involving or related to trafficking, reimbursement of certain costs for criminal victims who are children, and the release and reporting of certain information relating to a child; increasing a criminal penalty; creating a criminal offense.

HB 2964             Meyer

Relating to abandonment of shares of a mutual fund.

HB 2417             Frullo

Relating to the composition of the Texas Historical Commission.

HB 2335             Miller

Relating to requiring evidence-based trauma training for certain attorneys, court-appointed volunteer advocates, child-care workers, and child protective services employees.

HB 1600             Thompson, Senfronia / Price / Lucio III / Bonnen, Greg / Wu

Relating to certain mental health screenings under the Texas Health Steps program.

HB 2098             Geren

Relating to allowing the holder of a brewpub license to sell ale and malt liquor to certain wholesalers.