SENATE BILLS RETURNED FROM HOUSE WITH AMENDMENTS
May 16, 2019
Proposing a constitutional amendment relating to the appropriation of the net revenue received from the imposition of state sales and use taxes on sporting goods.
Relating to flood planning, mitigation, and infrastructure projects; making an appropriation.
Relating to broadband service or facilities provided by an electric cooperative.
Relating to the distribution, possession, purchase, consumption, and receipt of cigarettes, e-cigarettes, and tobacco products.
Relating to the allocation to and use by the Parks and Wildlife Department and Texas Historical Commission of certain proceeds from the imposition of state sales and use taxes on sporting goods.
Relating to recovery of damages, attorney's fees, and costs related to frivolous claims and regulatory actions by state agencies.
Relating to payment for the use of a highway toll project.
Relating to the authority of certain municipalities to propose a fire control, prevention, and emergency medical services district.
Relating to information, outreach, and other actions regarding hurricane preparedness and mitigation.
Relating to indefinite quantity contracts for the provision of certain services to declared disaster areas following a natural disaster.
Relating to outdoor advertising signs regulated by the Texas Department of Transportation.
Relating to court-ordered mental health services.
Relating to an advisory body on the security of the electric grid.
Relating to the inclusion in the definition of a medical and dental unit of the Dell Medical School at The University of Texas at Austin and the School of Medicine at The University of Texas Rio Grande Valley and the participation of those schools in certain programs and funding.
Relating to the allocation of housing tax credits to developments within proximate geographical areas.
Relating to the continuation and functions of the Texas Veterans Commission.
Relating to the operations and functions of the Veterans' Land Board and the sunset review date for and programs administered by the board.
Relating to the transfer of the regulation of plumbing to the Texas Department of Licensing and Regulation, following recommendations of the Sunset Advisory Commission; requiring an occupational license; authorizing a fee.
Relating to making permanent the former temporary increases in records archive fees and records management and preservation fees charged by district and county clerks.
Relating to data collection, reporting, and notice requirements for certain educational entities.
Relating to Medicaid telemedicine and telehealth services.
Relating to the licensing and regulation of pharmacists and pharmacies.
Relating to the allocation and use of the annual constitutional appropriation to certain agencies and institutions of higher education.
Relating to required notice of the cost and health benefit plan coverage of newborn screening tests.
Relating to the operation of a public school transportation system in certain counties.
Relating to the public information law.
Relating to the operation of personal delivery and mobile carrying devices.
Relating to the payment of certain fees to municipalities by entities that provide telecommunications and cable or video services.
Relating to certain deceptive advertising of legal services.
Relating to credit in, benefits from, and administration of the Texas Municipal Retirement System.
Relating to annexation by certain municipalities of a special district under a strategic partnership agreement.
Relating to the confidentiality of personal information of certain employees and contractors of the Department of Family and Protective Services.
Relating to the registration and regulation of brokers by the Public Utility Commission of Texas.
Relating to the apportionment of infrastructure costs in regard to certain property development projects.
Relating to the operation of the Battleship "Texas."
Relating to the creation and operations of a health care provider participation program by the Bexar County Hospital District.
Relating to benefits for peace officers relating to certain diseases or illnesses.
Relating to purchasing and contracting by governmental entities; authorizing fees.
Relating to the regulation of state banks, state trust companies, and third-party service providers of state banks and state trust companies.
Relating to the creation of the Channelview Improvement District; providing authority to issue bonds; providing authority to impose fees and taxes.
Relating to disclosures required in connection with the issuance of certain health benefit plans.
Relating to a certificate of merit in certain actions against certain licensed or registered professionals.
Relating to abolishing a dissolution committee established to abolish certain county boards of education or boards of county school trustees and appointing commissioners courts to assume the duties of the dissolution committee.
Relating to the transfer of the regulation of motor fuel metering and motor fuel quality from the Department of Agriculture to the Texas Department of Licensing and Regulation; providing civil and administrative penalties; creating criminal offenses; requiring occupational licenses; authorizing fees.
Relating to the use of municipal hotel occupancy tax revenue by certain municipalities.
Relating to the authority of the Health and Human Services Commission to obtain criminal history record information.
Relating to the creation and operations of health care provider participation programs in certain counties.