COMMITTEE:    State Affairs 

TIME & DATE:  8:00 AM, Thursday, April 8, 2021 

PLACE:       JHR 140 
CHAIR:       Rep. Chris Paddie 


HB 1416        Capriglione
Relating to the definition of business day for purposes of the public information law.

HB 1477        Bell, Keith | et al.                                   
Relating to performance and payment bonds for public work contracts on public property leased to a nongovernmental entity.

HB 3435        Smithee                                               
Relating to an expedited response by a governmental body to a request for public information.

HB 4466        King, Phil                                            
Relating to the responsibility for ancillary services costs incurred for the operation of intermittent wind and solar resources.

HB 633         Morrison                                              
Relating to the use of certain data collected by the Texas Workforce Commission to determine general prevailing wage rates for certain public work contracts.

HB 4502        Vasut                                                 
Relating to cost recovery for costs arising from the interconnection of certain electric generation facilities with the ERCOT transmission system.

HB 2587        Sanford | et al.                                       
Relating to the censorship of users' expressions by an interactive computer service.

HB 2775        Cain                                                  
Relating to electricity service provided by certain municipally owned utilities.

HB 3624        Deshotel                                              
Relating to electricity customer rights to distributed energy storage.

HB 1488        Dean                                                  
Relating to state agency reports submitted to the legislature.

HB 1501        Dean                                                  
Relating to certain regulations adopted by governmental entities restricting the use of natural gas or propane.

HB 3669        Dean                                                  
Relating to the disposition of surplus property by public academic libraries.

HB 3696        Deshotel                                              
Relating to distributed renewable generation resources.

HB 391         Israel | et al.                                        
Relating to authority for certain state employees to work flexible hours and to work from home or other authorized alternative work sites.

HB 2578        Leach                                                 
Relating to the comptroller's establishment and operation of a public information Internet website.

HB 3016        Moody                                                 
Relating to the prohibited suspension of a provision of the Code of Criminal Procedure or Penal Code during a declared state of disaster.

HB 1173        Noble | et al.                                         
Relating to prohibited logistical support by a governmental entity for procurement of an abortion or the services of an abortion provider.

HB 4395        Shaheen                                               
Relating to state and local governments requirements to report security incidents to the Department of Information Resources.

HB 2243        Wilson                                                
Relating to a landowner petition to partition and transfer a geographic portion of a service area of an electric cooperative.

HB 4378        Paddie                                                
Relating to the supply of power and the financial stability of the competitive wholesale and retail electricity markets.

HB 3627        Paddie                                                
Relating to the authority of a governmental body impacted by a catastrophe to temporarily suspend the requirements of the public information law.

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