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Supplemental House Calendar

Friday, August 27, 2021

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********** GENERAL STATE CALENDAR **********
SENATE BILLS
THIRD READING

SB 1                Hughes / et al.

SP: Murr / Lozano / Clardy / White / Jetton / et al.

Relating to election integrity and security, including by preventing fraud in the conduct of elections in this state; increasing criminal penalties; creating criminal offenses.

SB 8                Bettencourt / et al.

SP: Meyer

Relating to the authority of a person who acquires a residence homestead to receive an ad valorem tax exemption for the homestead in the year in which the property is acquired and to the protection of school districts against the resulting loss in revenue.

SB 12               Bettencourt / et al.

SP: Meyer

Relating to the reduction of the amount of a limitation on the total amount of ad valorem taxes that may be imposed by a school district on the residence homestead of an individual who is elderly or disabled to reflect any reduction from the preceding tax year in the district's maximum compressed rate and to the protection of school districts against the resulting loss in local revenue.

SB 13               Huffman / et al.

SP: Hunter

Relating to dates of certain elections to be held in 2022.


********** CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENTS CALENDAR **********
SENATE JOINT RESOLUTIONS
SECOND READING

SJR 3               Huffman / et al.

SP: Kacal / Smith / Cook / et al.

Proposing a constitutional amendment requiring a judge or magistrate to impose the least restrictive conditions of bail that may be necessary and authorizing the denial of bail under some circumstances to a person accused of a violent or sexual offense or of continuous trafficking of persons.


********** GENERAL STATE CALENDAR **********
HOUSE BILLS
SECOND READING

HB 9                Bonnen / Morales, Eddie / Metcalf / et al.

Relating to making supplemental appropriations relating to border security and giving direction regarding those appropriations.

HB 7                Landgraf

Relating to the transportation, storage, or disposal of high-level radioactive waste.

HB 20               Cain / White / Burrows / Metcalf / Shaheen / et al.

Relating to censorship of or certain other interference with digital expression, including expression on social media platforms or through electronic mail messages.


********** GENERAL STATE CALENDAR **********
SENATE BILLS
SECOND READING

SB 6                Huffman / et al.

SP: Smith / Cook / Harless / Kacal / et al.

Relating to rules for setting the amount of bail, to the release of certain defendants on a monetary bond or personal bond, to related duties of certain officers taking bail bonds and of a magistrate in a criminal case, and to the reporting of information pertaining to bail bonds.

SB 15               Taylor / et al.

SP: Bell, Keith

Relating to virtual and off-campus electronic instruction at a public school, the satisfaction of teacher certification requirements through an internship teaching certain virtual courses, and the allotment for certain special-purpose school districts under the Foundation School Program.

SB 7                Huffman / et al.

SP: Rogers

Relating to a one-time supplemental payment of benefits under the Teacher Retirement System of Texas.

 

 


RULE FOR FLOOR CONSIDERATION

H.B. 9

 

Section 1.  This rule for floor consideration of H.B. 9 is proposed by the Committee on Calendars, pursuant to House Rule 3, Section 4(2).  The rule will be effective if it is approved by the house, in accordance with House Rule 6, Section 16(f).

Section 2.  (a) During second and third reading consideration of the bill, any amendment that adds or increases an item of appropriation in the bill made from general revenue or a general revenue-dedicated account is not in order unless the amendment contains an equal or greater reduction in one or more items of appropriation in the bill from general revenue or from a general revenue-dedicated account, regardless of whether the general revenue-dedicated account is subject to certification.

(b)  The provisions of this section do not apply to an amendment that makes an adjustment in an item of appropriation solely to correct a technical clerical error.