COMMITTEE:    Pensions, Investments & Financial Services 

TIME & DATE:  8:00 AM, Wednesday, April 14, 2021 

PLACE:       E2.030 
CHAIR:       Rep. Rafael Anchia 


HB 206         Bernal | et al.
Relating to credit services organizations and extensions of consumer credit facilitated by credit services organizations; increasing a criminal penalty.

HB 417         Walle                                                 
Relating to the threat or pursuit of criminal charges against a consumer in association with certain extensions of consumer credit.

HB 1937        Pacheco                                               
Relating to the maximum permitted rate of interest, sum of fees, and other amounts that may be charged in connection with deferred presentment transactions.

HB 2432        Murr                                                  
Relating to increasing the maximum reference base amount for certain consumer loans.

HB 2624        Ordaz Perez | et al.                                   
Relating to a restriction on total charges charged for certain extensions of consumer credit that are facilitated by credit access businesses and entered into by consumers residing in disaster areas.

HB 2813        Turner, Chris | et al.                                 
Relating to a restriction on total charges charged for extensions of consumer credit that a credit services organization obtains for a consumer or assists a consumer in obtaining.

HB 3123        Turner, John                                          
Relating to the regulation of crafted precious metal dealers; authorizing the change of a fee.

HB 3391        Turner, Chris | et al.                                 
Relating to fees paid to a third party in connection with certain extensions of consumer credit.

HB 4108        Guerra                                                
Relating to a transfer of ownership for a perpetual care cemetery.

HB 4116        Turner, Chris | et al.             Posting Rule Suspended
Relating to credit services organizations and extensions of consumer credit facilitated by credit services organizations.

HB 4131        Parker                                                
Relating to the self-directed and semi-independent status of the State Securities Board; authorizing fees.

HB 4266        Shine                                                 
Relating to credit repair services performed by a credit services organization.

HB 4307        Lucio III | et al.                                     
Relating to coverage for low-THC cannabis under certain group benefit plans for governmental employees.

HB 4474        Parker                                                
Relating to the control of virtual currency and the rights of purchasers who obtain control of virtual currency for purposes of the Uniform Commercial Code.

HB 4477        Thompson, Senfronia                                    
Relating to the financial exploitation of certain vulnerable adults.

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