SENATE FLOOR ACTION
April 3, 2023
The following bills were passed on the Local and Uncontested Bills Calendar:
Authorizing the burial of Patrick John Nugent in the State Cemetery.
Designating June 2 as Italian Heritage Day for a 10-year period beginning in 2023.
Designating the first full week in April as Gifted and Talented Students Week for a 10-year period ending in 2033.
Designating November as Ukrainian Genocide Remembrance Month for a 10-year period beginning in 2023.
Authorizing the creation and appointment of joint legislative study committees by the lieutenant governor and speaker of the House of Representatives.
Urging Congress to repeal the Government Pension Offset and the Windfall Elimination Provision of the Social Security Act.
Designating an area in Dallas as Koreatown Dallas for a 10-year period ending in 2033.
Relating to the criminal offense of hazing.
Relating to standardized forms and materials for the issuance of protective orders, magistrate's orders for emergency protection, and temporary ex parte orders.
Relating to the required report of criminal offenses committed against individuals receiving certain state agency services; creating a criminal offense.
Relating to specialty license plates issued for honorary consuls.
Relating to certificates of title for certain outboard motors.
Relating to the designation of state musicians for classical and nonclassical genres.
Relating to the definition of telephone call for purposes of regulating telephone solicitations.
Relating to the enforcement of commercial motor vehicle safety standards in certain counties.
Relating to prices charged by a medical staffing services agency during certain designated public health disaster periods; providing a civil penalty.
Relating to designating October 17 as Entrepreneurs with Disabilities Day.
Relating to the administration of the motorcycle operator training and safety program and requirements for the issuance of certain driver's licenses and commercial driver's licenses; requiring an occupational license; authorizing a fee.
Relating to the operation of statewide technology centers.
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 the use of appropriated money by the Texas State Guard for recruiting and retention purposes.
Relating to death records maintained and provided by the vital statistics unit of the Department of State Health Services.
Relating to the confidentiality of certain home address information in ad valorem tax appraisal records.
Relating to the disposition of money from certain attorney accounts delivered to the comptroller as unclaimed property.
Relating to an animal share exemption for certain meat and meat food products; providing a civil penalty.
Relating to the cash balance benefit under the Employees Retirement System of Texas.
Relating to designating October 10 as Supportive Palliative Care Awareness Day.
Relating to fraud prevention under certain health care programs.
Relating to the process for notifying the attorney general of a breach of security of computerized data by persons doing business in this state.
Relating to the disposition of real property interests by navigation districts and port authorities.
Relating to certain Title IV-D cases and other cases with respect to child support or Title IV-D agency services and to practices and procedures for the operation of the Title IV-D agency.
Relating to the commitment order for individuals with intellectual disabilities who are committed to state supported living centers.
Relating to the reporting of certain information regarding the payment of state money to certain vendors and counties.
Relating to the consideration of employee compensation and benefits in establishing the rates of electric utilities.
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 the compensation of an election judge or clerk.
Relating to the titling, registration, and operation of an autocycle.
Relating to the administration of county roads in certain counties.
Relating to the maximum judgment amount awarded by a justice court in certain civil cases regarding the repair of residential rental property.
Relating to costs associated with the destruction of certain deer.
Relating to the effect of nuisance actions, other actions, and governmental requirements on certain agricultural operations.
Relating to the funding of certain port projects.
Relating to powers and duties of navigation districts and the boards of trustees of municipal port facilities.
Relating to the dismissal of a baseless or unfounded complaint filed with the State Board of Veterinary Medical Examiners.
The following bills were removed from the Local and Uncontested Bills Calendar:
Relating to suits affecting the parent-child relationship, including the payment and enforcement of support ordered in a suit affecting the parent-child relationship.
Relating to a program to compensate landowners for property damage caused by certain criminal activities.
Relating to the issuance of a license to carry a handgun to certain active and retired judicial officers.