COMMITTEE:    State Affairs 

TIME & DATE:  10:30 AM or upon final adjourn./recess or bill referral if permission granted
Wednesday, April 17, 2019 

PLACE:       E2.014 
CHAIR:       Rep. Dade Phelan 




HB 35          Romero, Jr. | et al.    
Relating to the creation of a Texas conditional driver's permit, provisional Texas conditional driver's permit, and Texas conditional instruction permit; authorizing a fee.

HB 112         Swanson                
Relating to legislative review and approval of certain state agency rules.

HB 168         Canales                
Relating to a study on the creation of bilingual zones in certain areas of this state.

HB 244         Farrar | et al.         
Relating to the prohibition of certain discrimination based on sexual orientation or gender identity or expression; providing an administrative penalty; creating a criminal offense.

HB 328         Ortega                 
Relating to authorization for a county or municipality to establish a local minimum wage.

HB 445         González, Mary          
Relating to exceptions from the requirement for a person under the direction or control of a local entity or campus police department to assist or cooperate with federal immigration officers.

HB 652         Neave | et al.          
Relating to an exception from requirements to assist or cooperate with federal immigration officers for matters regarding activities that occur at a domestic violence shelter.

HB 761         Wu                     
Relating to the establishment of the Texas Pay Equity Task Force.

HB 1035        Zedler | et al.         
Relating to protecting freedom of conscience from government discrimination.

HB 1041        Walle                  
Relating to the places a public employer may provide for employees to express breast milk.

HB 1183        Johnson, Jarvis         
Relating to abolishing Confederate Heroes Day.

HB 1347        Bell, Cecil | et al.    
Relating to the Texas Sovereignty Act.

HB 2266        Anchia                 
Relating to the repeal of certain provisions governing state and local enforcement of immigration laws and other provisions related to immigration law.

HB 2434        Schaefer | et al.       
Relating to information regarding perinatal palliative care and prohibiting discriminatory abortions; creating an administrative penalty, a civil remedy, and a criminal offense.

HB 2677        Goldman                
Relating to prohibiting certain expenditures from political contributions.

HB 2743        Neave                  
Relating to an annual workplace climate survey conducted by state agencies.

HB 3172        Krause                 
Relating to the protection of religious beliefs and moral convictions, including beliefs and convictions regarding marriage.

HB 3349        Bucy                   
Relating to certain drug tests administered to employees and independent contractors of state agencies and political subdivisions.

HB 3811        Martinez Fischer        
Relating to the enforcement by certain local governmental entities and campus police departments of state and federal laws governing immigration.

HB 3813        Martinez Fischer        
Relating to the removal from office of a public officer of a political subdivision for policies or actions regarding immigration enforcement.

HB 3907        Moody                  
Relating to use of the electronic funds transfer system operated by the comptroller.

HB 4001        Nevárez                
Relating to the issuance of a permit by the Public Utility Commission of Texas for the routing of certain oil or gas pipelines; authorizing administrative penalties.

HB 4041        Toth                   
Relating to prohibiting the enforcement of certain federal laws; creating a criminal offense.

HB 4210        Johnson, Eric           
Relating to publication of notice requirements for certain governmental entities and representatives.

HB 4288        Morrison               
Relating to use of a program manager for certain public works projects.

HB 4554        Cyrier                 
Relating to the parks and wildlife commission's authority to designate wind-powered energy device construction areas near certain lands.

HB 4623        Meyer                  
Relating to a prohibition against the creation of a fund and the use of state money by a state elected official or a state elected official's staff to settle or pay a sexual harassment claim made against a state elected official or the state elected official's staff.

HCR 17         Stephenson | et al.     
Supporting prayers, including the use of the word "God," at public gatherings and displays of the Ten Commandments in public educational institutions and other government buildings.

HJR 98         Biedermann             
Proposing a constitutional amendment to limit the time that a person may serve as a member of the Texas Legislature or as a statewide elected officer in the executive branch.




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