Supplemental House Calendar

Wednesday, April 21, 2021



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HB 1565             Paddie

Relating to the continuation and transfer of the regulation of willed body programs to the Texas Funeral Service Commission and to the creation of the State Anatomical Advisory Committee; authorizing a fee.

HB 1570             Paddie

Relating to the Brazos River Authority, following recommendations of the Sunset Advisory Commission; specifying grounds for the removal of a member of the board of directors.

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HB 2374             Sanford / Hull / Noble / Gates / et al.

Relating to efficiency audits of the Department of Family and Protective Services.

HB 4218             Craddick

Relating to a cause of action for the bad faith washout of an overriding royalty interest in an oil and gas lease.

HB 270              Thompson, Senfronia

Relating to the personal needs allowance for certain Medicaid recipients who are residents of long-term care facilities.

HB 2957             Geren

Relating to inspections and examinations by the Railroad Commission of Texas of certain sites and facilities conducted using unmanned aircraft.

HB 3600             Hunter

Relating to the establishment of the commercial oyster mariculture advisory board.

HB 3257             King, Phil / Goldman / Parker / Moody / Hernandez / et al.

Relating to the creation of the Texas Commission on Antisemitism.

HB 2683             Canales

Relating to remote and other meetings held under the open meetings law.

HB 3786             Holland

Relating to the authority of the comptroller to send, or to require the submission to the comptroller of, certain ad valorem tax-related items electronically.

HB 3799             Metcalf / Button / Ashby

Relating to the exemption from sales and use taxes for items sold by a nonprofit organization at a county fair.

HB 113              Oliverson

Relating to peer-to-peer car sharing programs.

HB 1371             Guerra / Guillen / King, Tracy O. / Muñoz, Jr. / et al.

Relating to the continuation of the Trade Agricultural Inspection Grant Program.

HB 559              White / Guillen

Relating to a fishing license fee waiver for certain residents.

HB 1993             Holland / Cain / Patterson / Talarico / Lambert

Relating to seller's disclosures regarding fuel gas piping in residential real property.

HB 1849             Sanford / Swanson / Krause

Relating to the modification of an order establishing the conservatorship or possession of or access to a child after a conservator's death.

HB 2390             Paul

Relating to the authority of a development corporation created by the Gulf Coast Authority to finance certain projects.

HB 2350             Zwiener / Walle / Harris

Relating to financial assistance provided to political subdivisions by the Texas Water Development Board for nature-based water quality enhancement projects.

HB 2483             King, Phil / Harless / Slawson / Hernandez / Darby / et al.

Relating to utility facilities for restoring electric service after a widespread power outage.

HB 2519             Darby / Huberty / Murr / Dutton / Talarico

Relating to matters regarding educators, including the composition of the State Board for Educator Certification, the issuance of certain sanctions by the board, and a public school teacher's notification of resignation from employment.

HB 2658             Frank

Relating to the operation and administration of the Medicaid managed care program, including requirements for and reimbursement of managed care organizations.

HB 2680             Hull / Noble

Relating to certain procedures relating to children placed under a parental child safety placement.

HB 2116             Krause / Darby / Oliverson / Martinez

Relating to certain agreements by architects and engineers in or in connection with certain construction contracts.

HB 872              Bernal / Howard / Lopez / Minjarez / Hernandez

Relating to the disclosure of certain utility customer information.

HB 1315             Johnson, Jarvis / Neave / Leach

Relating to the duration of an appointment of a guardian ad litem or an attorney ad litem for a child in the conservatorship of the Department of Family and Protective Services.

HB 1387             Harris / Noble / et al.

Relating to the storage of firearms and ammunition in the same locked location in certain foster homes.

HB 999              Bernal / Patterson

Relating to the use of individual graduation committees for certain high school students.

HB 1694             Raney / Guillen / Leach / Guerra / Johnson, Jarvis / et al.

Relating to a defense to prosecution for certain offenses involving possession of small amounts of controlled substances, marihuana, dangerous drugs, or abusable volatile chemicals, or possession of drug paraphernalia for defendants seeking assistance for a suspected overdose.

HB 851              Cook / Neave / et al.

Relating to the admission by a party of a material and substantial change of circumstances in a motion to modify an order in certain family law cases.

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HB 8                Pacheco / White / Dean / Guillen / Collier / et al.

Relating to access by a hiring law enforcement agency to an applicant's employment records.

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HB 1525             Huberty / VanDeaver / King, Ken / Dutton / González, Mary / et al.

Relating to the public school finance system.

HB 275              Moody / Thompson, Senfronia / Collier / Leach / Murr

Relating to an application for a writ of habeas corpus based on certain relevant scientific evidence that was not available at the applicant's trial.

HB 3376             Meyer / Burrows / Bonnen / Thierry

Relating to the effect of a disaster on the calculation of certain tax rates and the procedure for adoption of a tax rate by a taxing unit.

HB 1002             Lucio III / Johnson, Jarvis / Canales

Relating to the use of hypnotically induced testimony in a criminal trial.

HB 1293             Smithee / Collier

Relating to the authority of a court to grant a motion for a new trial in certain criminal cases.

HB 252              Moody / Collier / Leach / White / Johnson, Ann

Relating to certain sentencing procedures in a capital case.

HB 1276             Parker / Geren / Cain / Allison / et al.

Relating to the sale of certain food by food service establishments.

HB 295              Murr / Collier / Smith / Moody / Johnson, Ann

Relating to the provision of funding for indigent defense services.

HB 1341             Leach / Pacheco

Relating to waivers for entrance fees to state parks for resident first responders, military service members, and veterans.

HB 978              Metcalf

Relating to authorizing the comptroller to release a reported owner's unclaimed property to the owner's crime victim in certain circumstances and payment by the Texas Department of Criminal Justice of certain amounts owed by an inmate.

HB 1441             Schaefer / Thompson, Senfronia / Vasut / Cain / Sherman, Sr. / et al.

Relating to the state's burden of proof in certain asset forfeiture proceedings under the Code of Criminal Procedure.

HB 1635             Patterson

Relating to a study on first responders' workers' compensation claims by the workers' compensation research and evaluation group.

HB 4136             Collier

Relating to automatic orders of nondisclosure of criminal history record information for certain misdemeanor defendants following successful completion of a period of deferred adjudication community supervision.

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HCR 51              Morales, Christina / Neave / Romero, Jr. / Perez / et al.

Urging the United States Congress to pass the I am Vanessa Guillén Act.




H.B. 1525


Section 1.  This rule for floor consideration of H.B. 1525 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.  All original amendments that will be offered during second reading consideration of the bill must be filed with the chief clerk by 10 a.m. on Tuesday, April 20.