SENATE FLOOR ACTION
May 17, 2019
The Senate suspended the necessary rules to consider and finally pass:
Relating to mental health and substance use resources for certain school districts.
Relating to the notification of affected persons of certain releases of water from certain dams.
Relating to named driver insurance policies and certain related exclusions.
Relating to the creation of truancy masters for Bell County.
Relating to employment protections for a person serving as a grand juror.
Relating to the retention by hospitals and physicians of certain medical records of a sexual assault victim.
Relating to the eligibility of land used as an ecological laboratory for appraisal for ad valorem tax purposes as qualified open-space land.
Relating to providing discharged or released inmates with certain documents, including documents to assist the inmate in obtaining employment.
Relating to authorizing a wellness and success center fee at the University of Houston-Downtown.
Relating to persons who may be prosecuted for the criminal offense of improper contact with a victim.
1 Floor Amendment
Relating to methods to enhance the enforcement of the collection of the use tax due on certain off-highway vehicles purchased outside this state; providing a civil penalty.
Relating to prohibiting the use of photographic traffic signal enforcement systems.
Relating to the authority of certain local governmental entities to enter into an agreement to create a mutual aid law enforcement task force.
Relating to the authority of certain counties to regulate litter and mosquito control.
Relating to civil actions involving the exercise of certain constitutional rights.
Relating to the prosecution of health care fraud; creating a criminal offense.
Relating to Texas Commission on Environmental Quality reminders to public drinking water supply systems regarding reporting requirements.
Relating to the use of municipal hotel occupancy tax revenue in certain municipalities.
Relating to certain notice requirements regarding fluoridation of a water supply system.
The Senate suspended the regular order, read the second time, and passed to third reading:
Relating to carrying a concealed handgun following a mandatory evacuation order issued during a state of disaster.
The Senate adopted the following resolutions:
Recognizing the one-year anniversary of the Santa Fe High School shooting.
Committee referral on the following:
Relating to the collection, remittance, and administration of certain taxes on motor vehicles rented through a marketplace rental provider.