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COMMITTEE:    Juvenile Justice & Family Issues 

TIME & DATE:  10:00 AM, Monday, March 29, 2021 

PLACE:       E2.014 
CHAIR:       Rep. Victoria Neave 


All testimony will be strictly limited to three minutes. Please read the directions at the end of the posting regarding testifying and submitting public comments.


HB 2924        Dutton                                                
Relating to certain grounds for the involuntary termination of the parent-child relationship.

HB 2669        Guillen                                               
Relating to the confidentiality of a child's criminal records related to certain misdemeanor offenses.

HB 2926        Parker | et al.                                        
Relating to the reinstatement of the parent-child relationship with respect to a person whose parental rights have been involuntarily terminated.

HB 2821        White                                                 
Relating to the diversion of certain foster youth from the juvenile justice system, including through emergency behavior intervention by certain persons providing foster care services.

HB 2058        Klick                                                 
Relating to age-appropriate normalcy activities for children in the managing conservatorship of the state.

HB 2536        Krause | et al.                                        
Relating to neglect of a child and the grounds for termination of the parent-child relationship and possession of a child by the Department of Family and Protective Services.

HB 3231        Leach                                                 
Relating to the rights and duties of parents and the protection of parental rights in suits affecting the parent-child relationship.

HB 822         Burns                                                 
Relating to requiring the expulsion of a public school student who engages in certain conduct that constitutes the felony offense of terroristic threat.

HB 3165        Meyer                                                 
Relating to an affirmative defense to an allegation of truant conduct.

HB 890         VanDeaver                                             
Relating to remotely conducting depositions, hearings, and other proceedings in juvenile cases.

HB 1315        Johnson, Jarvis                                        
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 2952        Neave                                                 
Relating to suits affecting the parent-child relationship and the calculation and enforcement of child support.

HB 2953        Neave                                                 
Relating to the administration of and certain procedures under the Title IV-D program for child support enforcement.

HB 3009        Ramos                                                 
Relating to child custody evaluations.

HB 566         Lopez | et al.                                         
Relating to requiring trauma training for certain attorneys.

HB 2772        Campos                                                
Relating to the definitions of family violence and household member for purposes of crime victims' compensation.

HB 3315        Crockett                                              
Relating to the creation of a pretrial intervention program for certain youth offenders; authorizing a fee.

For those persons who will be testifying, information for in-person

witness registration can be found here:


A live video broadcast of this hearing will be available here:


Instructions related to public access to the meeting location and health

and safety protocols for attending this meeting are available here:


Texas residents who wish to electronically submit comments related to

agenda items on this notice without testifying in person can do so until

the hearing is adjourned by visiting:




Bills deleted after last posting:

HB 1999


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Persons with disabilities who plan to attend this meeting and who may need assistance, such as a sign language interpreter, are requested to contact Stacey Nicchio at (512) 463-0850, 72 hours prior to the meeting so that appropriate arrangements can be made.