SENATE FLOOR ACTION
April 26, 2021
The Senate suspended the necessary rules to consider and finally pass:
Relating to a competitive and integrated employment initiative for certain Medicaid recipients.
Relating to reports on the prevalence of eating disorders and eating disorder-related deaths in this state.
Relating to the creation of the Texas music incubator rebate program to provide for rebates of a portion of certain taxes collected from certain music venues and promoters of certain music festivals.
Relating to standardized forms and materials for the issuance of protective orders, magistrate's orders for emergency protection, and temporary ex parte orders.
Relating to remedial plans issued by the State Board of Dental Examiners to address complaints against dentists and dental hygienists.
Relating to the provision of home dialysis care by a dialysis technician.
Relating to appellate jurisdiction of the Public Utility Commission regarding certain water or sewer utility fees.
Relating to extreme weather preparedness of critical electric and natural gas infrastructure; authorizing administrative penalties.
Relating to the filing of certain reports of political contributions and expenditures.
1 Floor Amendment
Relating to maintaining an electronic directory of contact information for Medicaid managed care program recipients.
1 Floor Amendment
Relating to certain vocational nursing students providing essential services during a declared state of disaster.
Relating to a Texas Medical Board complaint for a violation described by Section 22.011(b)(12), Penal Code.
Relating to a public outreach campaign for aging adults with visual impairments.
Relating to prohibiting contracts or other agreements with certain foreign-owned companies in connection with critical infrastructure in this state.
The Senate suspended the regular order, read third time and finally passed:
Relating to abortion reporting and exemptions to abortion facility licensing; creating a criminal offense.
Relating to procedures for early voting by mail.
The Senate suspended the regular order, read second time and passed to engrossment:
Relating to required written consent of a physician, intern, or resident of an educational institution before directly or indirectly performing or participating in an elective abortion.
The Senate refused to concur in House amendments and requested the appointment of a Conference Committee on the following:
General Appropriations Bill.
Committee re-referral on the following:
Relating to the possession, transportation, and release of certain nonindigenous snakes; increasing a criminal penalty.
Re-referred from Administration to Water, Agriculture & Rural Affairs