Senate Bills Returned from House with Amendments for 5/16/2023



May 16, 2023

SJR 74 Parker/ et al. SP: Walle/ Holland

Proposing a constitutional amendment providing for the creation of the centennial parks conservation fund.

SB 14 Campbell/ Bettencourt/ Hall/ Hughes/ Kolkhorst/ et al. SP: Oliverson/ Klick/ et al.

Relating to prohibitions on the provision to certain children of procedures and treatments for gender transitioning, gender reassignment, or gender dysphoria and on the use of public money or public assistance to provide those procedures and treatments.

SB 22 Springer/ Blanco/ Creighton/ Eckhardt/ Hall/ et al. SP: Guillen/ Gerdes

Relating to the establishment of grant programs to provide financial assistance to qualified sheriff's offices, constable's offices, and prosecutor's offices in rural counties.

SB 133 West/ et al. SP: Hull/ González, Mary/ et al.

Relating to prohibiting the use of certain restraints, chemical irritants, or a Taser or similar device on certain public school students.

SB 182 Miles/ et al. SP: Rose

Relating to the required report of criminal offenses committed against individuals receiving certain state agency services; creating a criminal offense.

SB 267 King/ et al. SP: Burrows/ Frazier/ et al.

Relating to law enforcement agency accreditation, including a grant program to assist agencies in becoming accredited.

SB 409 Hinojosa/ et al. SP: Leach/ et al.

Relating to the rights of victims, guardians of victims, and close relatives of deceased victims in the criminal justice system.

SB 594 Zaffirini/ et al. SP: Lozano/ Spiller

Relating to requirements for and charges for service from public drinking water supply systems.

SB 780 Hughes/ et al. SP: Hefner/ et al.

Relating to emergency possession of certain abandoned children by designated emergency infant care providers.

SB 801 Hughes/ et al. SP: Longoria

Relating to an instrument that names a trust as a party.

SB 944 Kolkhorst SP: Lambert

Relating to the commitment order for individuals with intellectual disabilities who are committed to state supported living centers.

SB 1246 Huffman SP: Bonnen

Relating to authorized investments of public money by certain governmental entities and the confidentiality of certain information related to those investments.

SB 1250 Bettencourt SP: Swanson

Relating to the powers of the Harris County Water Control and Improvement District No. 110; providing authority to impose a fee and impose fines and penalties.

SB 1420 Birdwell SP: Anderson

Relating to municipal and county hotel occupancy taxes.

SB 1860 Hughes/ et al. SP: Craddick

Relating to the adoption of a climate policy in a municipal charter.

SB 2102 Miles SP: Raney

Relating to the initial registration and inspection period for certain rental vehicles; authorizing fees.