Regular Order of Business for 3/25/2021

REGULAR ORDER OF BUSINESS



Thursday

March 25, 2021





SENATE BILLS

(Calendar Order)



SENATE JOINT RESOLUTIONS

(Second Reading)



SJR 37 Schwertner

Proposing a constitutional amendment relating to appropriations for the preservation and perpetuation of certain items of historical value; allowing the legislature and state agencies to accept on behalf of the state gifts of items of historical value and contributions to purchase such items.


SJR 27 (CS)Hancock/ et al.

Proposing a constitutional amendment to prohibit this state or a political subdivision of this state from prohibiting or limiting religious services of religious organizations.


SENATE BILLS

(Second Reading)



SB 627 Schwertner

Relating to the creation, purpose, implementation, and funding of the County Park Beautification and Improvement Program.


SB 45 (LC)Zaffirini

Relating to the prohibition against sexual harassment in the workplace.


SB 155 Perry/ et al.

Relating to the use of information from the lists of noncitizens and nonresidents excused or disqualified from jury service.


SB 798 (LC)Nelson/ et al.

Relating to the issuance of a birth record, driver's license, or personal identification certificate to victims and the children of victims of family or dating violence.


SB 198 (LC)Nelson

Relating to the demonstration of weapons proficiency by qualified retired law enforcement officers.


SB 270 (LC)Perry/ et al.

Relating to civil liability of a nursing facility resident's responsible payor for misappropriation of the resident's funds.


SB 26 (CS)Paxton/ Buckingham/ Campbell/ Creighton/ Hall/ et al.

Relating to the prohibited suspension of laws protecting religious freedom and prohibited closure of places of worship.


SB 247 Perry

Relating to discrimination against or burdening certain constitutional rights of an applicant for or holder of a license to practice law in this state.


SB 231 (LC)Seliger/ et al.

Relating to training for county election officers.


SB 30 (LC)West/ Alvarado/ Bettencourt/ Birdwell/ Blanco/ et al.

Relating to the removal of certain discriminatory restrictions and provisions from certain real property records.


SB 9 (CS)Paxton/ Bettencourt/ Buckingham/ Campbell/ Hall/ et al.

Relating to prohibition of abortion; providing a civil penalty; creating a criminal offense.


SB 650 Campbell/ et al.

Relating to prohibited logistical support by a governmental entity for procurement of an abortion or the services of an abortion provider.


SB 1173 Hancock/ et al.

Relating to the regulation of abortion, including information regarding perinatal palliative care and prohibiting discriminatory abortions; authorizing disciplinary action; providing a civil remedy; creating a criminal offense.


SB 863 Blanco

Relating to the temporary relocation of a residential child-care facility during a declared state of disaster.


SB 672 (CS)Buckingham/ Campbell/ Nelson/ Schwertner/ et al.

Relating to Medicaid coverage of certain collaborative care management services.


SB 284 Seliger

Relating to a study of out-of-state physicians who practiced in this state during the COVID-19 pandemic.


SB 224 Perry/ West/ et al.

Relating to simplified certification and recertification requirements for certain persons under the supplemental nutrition assistance program.


SB 199 (CS) (LC)Nelson

Relating to automated external defibrillators.


SB 383 Powell/ et al.

Relating to disclosure requirements of certain facilities that provide care for persons with Alzheimer's disease and related disorders.


SB 802 (CS)Paxton/ Bettencourt/ Campbell/ Hall/ Hughes/ et al.

Relating to a required resource access assistance offer before an abortion is performed or induced.


SB 8 (CS)Hughes/ Bettencourt/ Birdwell/ Buckingham/ Campbell/ et al.

Relating to abortion, including abortions after detection of an unborn child's heartbeat; authorizing a private civil right of action.


SB 12 (CS)Hughes/ Bettencourt/ Campbell/ Kolkhorst/ Nelson/ et al.

Relating to complaint procedures and disclosure requirements for social media platforms and to the censorship of users' expressions by an interactive computer service.


SB 1647 (CS)Perry/ Campbell/ Hall

Relating to information regarding perinatal palliative care, regulation of abortion, and the availability of certain defenses to prosecution for homicide and assault offenses; providing an administrative penalty; creating a criminal offense.


SB 394 (CS)Lucio/ et al.

Relating to abortion complication reporting and the regulation of drug-induced abortion procedures, providers, and facilities; creating a criminal offense.


SB 64 (CS)Nelson/ et al.

Relating to a peer support network for certain law enforcement personnel.


SB 827 (CS)Kolkhorst/ Alvarado/ Bettencourt/ Blanco/ Campbell/ et al.

Relating to health benefit plan cost-sharing requirements for prescription insulin.


SB 675 (LC)Kolkhorst

Relating to special open season hunting of certain migratory game birds by veterans and members of the United States armed forces on active duty.


SB 599 (LC)Perry

Relating to the removal and disposal of abandoned fishing devices and the seizure and disposition of unlawful fishing devices.


SB 705 Lucio/ Buckingham/ Hall/ Paxton

Relating to the continuation and functions of the Texas Animal Health Commission.


SB 343 (LC)Kolkhorst/ et al.

Relating to the entry into the Texas Crime Information Center of certain information regarding conditions of bond imposed in criminal cases involving family violence.


SB 516 Huffman/ et al.

Relating to increasing the criminal penalty for the offense of criminal mischief involving impairment or interruption of access to an automated teller machine.


SB 626 (LC)Zaffirini

Relating to guardianships, management trusts, and certain other procedures and proceedings for persons who are incapacitated.


SB 768 Huffman

Relating to increasing the criminal penalties for manufacture or delivery of fentanyl and related substances; creating a criminal offense.


SB 2154 Schwertner/ et al.

Relating to the membership of the Public Utility Commission of Texas.


SB 808 (CS) (LC)Hughes

Relating to recovery of attorney's fees in certain civil cases.


SB 219 (CS)Hughes

Relating to civil liability and responsibility for the consequences of defects in the plans, specifications, or related documents for the construction or repair of an improvement to real property.


SB 160 (LC)Perry

Relating to certain county road reports.


SB 445 (LC)Hughes

Relating to the use of a flashing warning signal light and certain other equipment by a person operating a school bus.


SB 901 (LC)Perry

Relating to the enforcement of commercial motor vehicle safety standards in certain counties.


SB 601 (CS)Perry

Relating to the creation and activities of the Texas Produced Water Consortium.


SB 152 (CS)Perry

Relating to the regulation of groundwater conservation districts.


SB 374 (CS) (LC)Seliger

Relating to municipal annexation of certain rights-of-way.


SB 507 (CS)Nichols/ et al.

Relating to an accommodation process authorizing the use of state highway rights-of-way by broadband-only providers.


SB 941 (CS)Buckingham

Relating to the adoption of a state scenic byways program.


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