COMMITTEE:    State Affairs 

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

PLACE:       E1.030 
CHAIR:       Rep. Chris Paddie 


HB 783         Cyrier | et al.
Relating to the powers and duties of the Parks and Wildlife Department regarding wind-powered energy devices; providing a civil penalty.

HB 957         Oliverson | et al.                                     
Relating to local, state, and federal regulation of firearm suppressors.

HB 1656        Murphy                                                
Relating to certain orders, proclamations, and regulations issued in response to a disaster by the governor or the presiding officer of the governing body of a political subdivision.

HB 1810        Capriglione                                           
Relating to maintenance and production of electronic public information under the public information law.

HB 2002        Sanford                                               
Relating to prohibited adverse employment action against certain first responders based on mental illness.

HB 2025        Hunter                                                
Relating to certain statutes and governmental actions that relate to the federal census.

HB 2051        Gervin-Hawkins | et al.                                
Relating to the requirement for payment bonds from certain public work contractors.

HB 2063        Ordaz Perez | et al.                                   
Relating to the establishment of a state employee family leave pool.

HB 2070        Huberty | et al.                                       
Relating to the regulation of sports wagering; requiring an occupational permit; authorizing a fee; imposing a tax; creating criminal offenses; decriminalizing wagering on sports events.

HB 2275        Zwiener                                               
Relating to critical infrastructure resiliency and financing.

HB 2497        Parker | et al.                                        
Relating to the establishment and duties of the Texas 1836 Project.

HB 2581        Kacal                                                 
Relating to civil works projects and other construction projects of governmental entities.

HB 2743        Metcalf                                               
Relating to the salary of certain employees who transfer within a state agency.

HB 2796        Patterson                                             
Relating to the regulation of bulk-power system equipment by the Public Utility Commission of Texas.

HB 3015        Hernandez                                             
Relating to a governmental body's response to a request for public information.

HB 3345        Wu                                                    
Relating to public access to the audit records of certain governmental entities.

HB 3418        Fierro                                                
Relating to the state purchasing preference for recycled, remanufactured, or environmentally sensitive products.

HB 3460        Hernandez | et al.                                     
Relating to the creation of a grant program to provide direct financial assistance to certain residents of this state who were affected by the winter disaster of 2021.

HB 3535        Hunter                                                
Relating to the availability of dates of birth under the public information law.

HB 3916        Goldman                                               
Relating to prohibiting restrictive regulation of distributed power generation.

HB 3658        Capriglione | et al.                                   
Relating to state agency contracting and state employees, officers, contractors, and other persons involved with the contracting.

HB 3963        King, Ken                                             
Relating to the placement of electric vehicle charging equipment on state property.

HB 4071        Shaheen                                               
Relating to the requirements for the purchase of endpoint devices by a state agency.

HB 4359        Parker | et al.                                        
Relating to prohibiting contracts or other agreements with certain foreign-owned companies in connection with critical infrastructure in this state.

HB 4507        Schofield                                             
Relating to federal election practices and procedures.

HJR 97         Huberty | et al.                                       
Proposing a constitutional amendment authorizing the legislature to legalize sports wagering in this state.

HJR 111        Klick                                                 
Proposing a constitutional amendment authorizing legislative action at any time during a regular session of the legislature on a bill that extends the existence of an agency, commission, or advisory committee following legislative review.

HJR 133        Kuempel | et al.                                       
Proposing a constitutional amendment to foster economic development and job growth and to provide tax relief and funding for education and public safety by creating the Texas Gaming Commission, authorizing and regulating casino gaming at a limited number of destination resorts and facilities licensed by the commission, authorizing sports wagering, requiring occupational licenses to conduct casino gaming, and requiring the imposition of a tax.

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