LOCAL AND UNCONTESTED BILLS
The following bills have been certified for placement on the Local & Uncontested Calendar to be held Wednesday, April 12, 2023 at 8:00 AM.
Recognizing the Texas Black Reconstruction Legislators Recognition Act.
Relating to the location of a bank eligible to be selected as a depository or subdepository of county public money, including money held by a county or district clerk.
Relating to titling and registration of assembled trailers.
Relating to the issuance of specialty license plates for members of the military who served in Operation Freedom's Sentinel.
Relating to the compensation of members of the seawall commission in Matagorda County.
Relating to the applicability of the mixed beverage gross receipts tax and the mixed beverage sales tax to items sold by certain nonprofit entity temporary event permittees.
Relating to the prohibition on posting on the Internet information held by an appraisal district regarding certain residential property.
Relating to county and municipal housing authority pet policies.
Relating to the use of unmanned aircraft by the Texas military forces.
Relating to accommodating voters with a disability.
Relating to the regulation of massage therapy.
Relating to a cause of action for the bad faith washout of an overriding royalty interest in an oil and gas lease.
Relating to the treatment, recycling for beneficial use, or disposal of drill cuttings.
Relating to training for peace officers on responding to and investigating child fatalities.
Relating to the enforcement of commercial motor vehicle safety standards in certain municipalities.
Relating to requirements for and charges for service from public drinking water supply systems.
Relating to increasing the minimum term of imprisonment for certain criminal offenses involving the smuggling of persons.
Relating to land services performed by a landman.
Relating to the municipal sales and use tax for street maintenance.
Relating to establishing a state historical marker program to honor African Americans who served in the Texas Legislature during Reconstruction.
Relating to the sourcing, marketing, and sale of certain license plates.
Relating to photo identification for certain debit or credit card transactions.
Relating to systems of county road administration in certain counties.
Relating to cottage food production operations.
Relating to creating a criminal offense for damaging certain critical infrastructure facilities and providing for the prosecution of that conduct as manslaughter in certain circumstances; increasing a criminal penalty.
Relating to certain tax and fee collection procedures and taxpayer suits.
Relating to the designation of a portion of United States Highway 59 in Harris County as the Deputy Sheriff Darren Almendarez Memorial Highway.
Relating to the franchise and insurance premium tax credit for the certified rehabilitation of certified historic structures.
Relating to the definition of marketplace seller for purposes of sales and use taxes.
Relating to the deadline for approving a certificate of public convenience and necessity for certain transmission projects.
Relating to eligibility to serve as a member of the board of directors of the West Central Texas Municipal Water District.
Relating to access to criminal history record information by the Public Utility Commission of Texas.
Relating to certain prohibited practices by a barber or cosmetologist.
Relating to the exclusion of certain medical services performed to determine an appropriate level of workers' compensation benefits from sales and use taxes.
Relating to the authority of certain municipalities to receive certain tax revenue derived from a hotel and convention center project and to pledge certain tax revenue for the payment of obligations related to the project.
Relating to civil actions by a civilly committed individual.
Relating to contributions to, benefits from, and the administration of the Judicial Retirement System of Texas Plan Two.
Relating to authorized investments of public money by certain governmental entities and the confidentiality of certain information related to those investments.
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.
Relating to certain contracts regarding airports operated by or on behalf of a local government.
Relating to the disposal of reclaimed wastewater.
Relating to the transfer of the ownership rights of the City of Nacogdoches in the Central Heights Water System to the Angelina and Neches River Authority.
Relating to the notice given to certain victims of family violence, stalking, harassment, or terroristic threat.
Relating to the provision of funding to the Texas Historical Commission for state historic sites.
Relating to the creation of the Texas state buildings preservation endowment fund, including the transfer to the fund of the unencumbered balances of certain other funds.
Relating to decedents' estates and the delivery of certain notices or other communications in connection with those estates or multiple-party accounts.
Relating to the route designation for the issuance of a permit for the movement of oversize and overweight vehicles in certain counties.
Relating to municipal and county hotel occupancy taxes.
Relating to disbursements from the universal service fund for certain small and rural companies.
Relating to certain criminal conduct and organizations that threaten the security of this state and its residents and borders; increasing criminal penalties.
Relating to the ad valorem taxation of tangible personal property held or used for the production of income by related business entities.
Relating to the public retirement systems for employees of certain municipalities.
Relating to guardianships and the delivery of certain notices or other communications in connection with guardianship proceedings.
Relating to the service retirement eligibility and benefits of certain members of the Employees Retirement System of Texas.
Relating to the authority of the Texas Department of Transportation to provide department services on federal military property.
Relating to human trafficking, including the prosecution and punishment of compelling and solicitation of prostitution and other sexual or assaultive offenses; increasing a criminal penalty; creating a criminal offense.
Relating to creating the criminal offense of child grooming.
Relating to the persons authorized or appointed to exercise the power of sale under the terms of a contract lien on real property.
Relating to variances from Department of State Health Services rules governing the provision of emergency medical services.
Relating to the decision of a court of appeals not to accept certain interlocutory appeals.
Relating to court administration and costs; increasing certain court costs; authorizing fees.
Relating to the computation of the cost of goods sold by television and radio broadcasters for purposes of the franchise tax.
Relating to the participation of aggregated distributed energy resources in the ERCOT market.
Relating to the prosecution of the offense of stalking.
Relating to the route designation for the issuance of a permit for the movement of oversize and overweight vehicles in Webb County.
Relating to an exemption from the requirement to obtain a permit from a groundwater conservation district for certain temporary water wells.
Relating to the regulation and tax treatment of facilities in the ERCOT power region that demand a large load of interruptible power.
Relating to a requirement that each appraisal district periodically confirm that recipients of residence homestead exemptions qualify for those exemptions.
Relating to the prohibited play and facilitation of play of a lottery game by telephone or through the Internet.
Relating to certain contract and notice requirements for the cancellation of a health spa membership.
Relating to optional group benefits for dental and vision care under the Texas Public School Employees Group Insurance Program.
Relating to benefits and services for veterans and certain other related benefits.
Relating to the disposition of surplus real property no longer needed for state highway purposes.
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.
Relating to improvement projects of the Sabine-Neches Navigation District of Jefferson County, Texas.
Relating to the authority of an independent organization certified for the ERCOT power region to require information from and registration by certain facilities.
Relating to requirements for the purchase or acquisition of certain water and sewer systems.
Relating to the designation of the portion of U.S. Highway 84 in Joaquin as the Lt. General O.R. "Cotton" Whiddon Memorial Highway.