REGULAR ORDER OF BUSINESS
March 20, 2023
SENATE JOINT RESOLUTIONS
Proposing a constitutional amendment relating to appropriations for the preservation and perpetuation of certain items of historical value; allowing the legislature and state agencies to accept on behalf of the state gifts of items of historical value and contributions to purchase such items.
Proposing a constitutional amendment authorizing the denial of bail under some circumstances to a person accused of a violent or sexual offense or of continuous trafficking of persons and requiring a judge or magistrate to impose the least restrictive conditions of bail that may be necessary to ensure the person's appearance in court as required and the safety of the community, law enforcement, and the victim of the alleged offense.
Extending the deadline for the automatic rescission of certain applications made by the Texas Legislature to the United States Congress to call a national convention under Article V of the United States Constitution for proposing any amendment to that constitution.
Relating to creating the criminal offense of tampering with an electronic monitoring device and to certain consequences on conviction of that offense.
Relating to death records maintained and provided by the vital statistics unit of the Department of State Health Services.
Relating to an unauthorized vote by a delegate or alternate delegate to a federal Article V convention; creating a criminal offense.
Relating to additional periods of possession of or access to a child to compensate for denial of court-ordered possession or access.
Relating to the automatic stay of proceedings pending an interlocutory appeal of a denial of a motion to dismiss in an action involving the exercise of certain constitutional rights.
Relating to payment of certain court costs associated with interpreters.
Relating to the cash balance benefit under the Employees Retirement System of Texas.
Relating to an election to approve a reduction or reallocation of funding or resources for certain county prosecutors' offices.
Relating to certificates of title for certain outboard motors.
Relating to the methods by which the comptroller may provide certain notices relating to the revocation or suspension of a permit or license or the forfeiture of corporate privileges in this state.
Relating to the civil penalty for certain signs placed on the right-of-way of a public road.
Relating to specialty license plates issued for honorary consuls.
Relating to the enforcement of commercial motor vehicle safety standards in certain counties.
Relating to the extension of a driver's license suspension or disqualification following certain convictions.
Relating to the designation of a portion of U.S. Highway 87 in Concho County as the Deputy Samuel Leonard Memorial Highway.
Relating to the designation of the portion of Farm-to-Market Road 765 in Concho County as the Sergeant Stephen Jones Memorial Highway.
Relating to presumption for an offense to accessible parking.
Relating to the handling of bids on certain contracts for highway projects.
Relating to the establishment and posting of the maximum loads permitted on certain bridges.
Relating to oyster certificates of location; authorizing a fee.
Relating to disclosure of certain information by the Parks and Wildlife Department or the Texas Animal Health Commission.
Relating to an optional health condition or disability designation on a driver's license or personal identification certificate.
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 maximum compressed tax rate of a school district.
Relating to prohibitions in connection with the online sale of goods.
Relating to the definition of telephone call for purposes of regulating telephone solicitations.
Relating to meetings of the Family and Protective Services Council held using certain telecommunication devices.
Relating to eligibility requirements for a certified public accountant certificate and to take the uniform CPA examination.
Relating to paid leave by certain state employees for the birth or adoption of a child.
Relating to state agency and local government security incident procedures.
Relating to the position of chief information security officer in the Department of Information Resources.
Relating to the maintenance of certain state buildings allocated for legislative use and their grounds.
Relating to workplace violence prevention in certain health facilities.
Relating to written notification provided by drug manufacturers regarding the cause of generic insulin prescription drug unavailability.
Relating to the sale of clear aligners.
Relating to continuing education requirements for physicians regarding the identification and assistance of trafficked persons.
Relating to nursing educational programs offered by for-profit entities.
Relating to fraud prevention under certain health care programs.
Relating to the composition of the Texas Child Mental Health Care Consortium.
Relating to an increase in the amount of the exemption of residence homesteads from ad valorem taxation by a school district, an adjustment in the amount of the limitation on school district ad valorem taxes imposed on the residence homesteads of the elderly or disabled to reflect increases in the exemption amount, and the protection of school districts against the resulting loss in local revenue.
Relating to prices charged by a medical staffing services agency during a declared state of disaster; providing a civil penalty.
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.