Daily House Calendar

Friday, May 19, 2023



********** MAJOR STATE CALENDAR **********

SB 375              Huffman

SP: Darby

Relating to the composition of districts for the election of members of the Texas Senate.

SB 12               Hughes / et al.

SP: Shaheen

Relating to restricting certain sexually oriented performances on public property, on the premises of a commercial enterprise, or in the presence of a child; authorizing a civil penalty; creating a criminal offense.

SB 24               Kolkhorst / et al.

SP: Frank / Noble / Hull / et al.

Relating to the powers and duties of the Health and Human Services Commission and the transfer to the commission of certain powers and duties from the Department of Family and Protective Services.

SB 17               Creighton / et al.

SP: Kuempel / Shaheen / Bonnen

Relating to the purpose of public institutions of higher education and the powers and duties of the governing boards of those institutions.

********** GENERAL STATE CALENDAR **********

SB 1745             Perry

SP: Burrows

Relating to the equalization of the rates of production fees charged on certain wells by the Barton Springs-Edwards Aquifer Conservation District; authorizing an increase in the rate of the fee.

SB 1802             Springer

SP: Goldman

Relating to administrative procedures in the architectural barriers program at the Texas Department of Licensing and Regulation.

SB 998              West / et al.

SP: Geren

Relating to an opioid-related drug overdose training program for certain alcoholic beverage permit holders.

SB 129              Springer / et al.

SP: Meyer

Relating to the prosecution and punishment for possession or promotion of child pornography; increasing criminal penalties.

SB 1308             Hancock / et al.

SP: Geren

Relating to the operation of an unmanned aircraft over an airport or military installation; creating a criminal offense.

SB 2304             LaMantia

SP: Hernandez

Relating to the regulation of driver education courses and driving safety courses and the provision of information regarding the Texas Driving with Disability Program to certain public school students.

SB 1040             Kolkhorst / et al.

SP: Oliverson / Capriglione / Harris, Caroline / Jetton / Anderson / et al.

Relating to health benefit plan coverage of a transplant of an organ that originated from or is transplanted in a country known to have participated in forced organ harvesting.

SB 1120             Schwertner

SP: King, Ken

Relating to certain prohibited practices by a barber or cosmetologist.

SB 467              Bettencourt / et al.

SP: Leach

Relating to increasing the criminal penalty for the offense of criminal mischief involving impairment of a motor fuel pump.

SB 1001             Schwertner / et al.

SP: King, Ken

Relating to the regulation of electric vehicle supply equipment; requiring an occupational registration; authorizing fees; authorizing an administrative penalty.

SB 1900             Birdwell / et al.

SP: Guillen

Relating to foreign terrorist organizations, including the compilation of information regarding, certain civil actions brought against, and the prosecution of certain organized crime offenses involving a foreign terrorist organization.

SB 1929             Johnson / et al.

SP: Dean

Relating to the registration of virtual currency mining facilities in the ERCOT power region that demand a large load of interruptible power.

SB 2016             Zaffirini / et al.

SP: Goldman

Relating to the licensing and regulation of dietitians.

SB 1518             King

SP: Guillen / Cook

Relating to the establishment of a terrorist offender registry and to the supervision of those terrorist offenders; creating criminal offenses related to terrorism.

SB 1517             King / et al.

SP: Paul

Relating to prohibiting certain academic boycotts of foreign countries by public institutions of higher education.

SB 493              Hughes / et al.

SP: Hefner / Patterson / Bumgarner / Garcia

Relating to qualifications for certain individuals for veterans benefits.

SB 736              Whitmire / et al.

SP: Perez

Relating to mandatory arbitration for certain municipal fire departments and employee bargaining agents.

SB 1346             Miles

SP: Bowers

Relating to the prosecution of certain littering offenses.

SB 1979             Hughes / et al.

SP: Harris, Caroline

Relating to an annual study by the Texas A&M University Texas Real Estate Research Center of the purchase and sale of single-family homes by certain institutional buyers.




S.B. 375


Section 1.  AUTHORITY AND EFFECT. This rule for floor consideration of S.B. 375 is proposed by the Committee on Calendars, pursuant to House Rule 3, Section 4(2).  The rule will be effective if it is approved by the house, in accordance with House Rule 6, Section 16(f).

Section 2.  PRE-FILING REQUIREMENT. For each original amendment that will be offered during second reading consideration of the bill, the amendment elements required by Section 3(a) must be submitted to the chief clerk by 6 p.m. on Wednesday, May 17.

Section 3.  PREPARATION OF AMENDMENTS.  (a)  No proposed amendment, amendment to the amendment, or substitute amendment changing any district is eligible for consideration on any reading unless the amendment includes:

 (1)  a reference to the plan number assigned by the redistricting computer system operated by the Texas Legislative Council; and

(2)  the following required amendment elements that have been prepared by TLC and submitted or made available electronically to the chief clerk:

 (A)  a general written description of the proposed changes, including district numbers and the names of counties affected, if the amendment does not propose a statewide substitute plan;

(B)  maps prepared by TLC indicating changes made by the amendment; and

(C)  standard reports prepared by TLC that indicate population, voter data, and incumbent locations for the districts affected by the amendment.

 (b)  No proposed amendment, amendment to the amendment, or substitute amendment changing any district is eligible for consideration on any reading if adoption of the amendment would result in:

 (1)  any district composed of non-contiguous territory; or

(2)  any unassigned territory or districts with overlapping territory in the overall redistricting plan under consideration.