Senate Floor Action for 5/11/2023



May 11, 2023

The Senate suspended the necessary rules to consider and finally pass:

SB 1117 (CS)Hancock

Relating to entities that provide video services.

SB 1438 Springer

Relating to a credit or refund for diesel fuel taxes paid on diesel fuel used in this state by auxiliary power units or power take-off equipment.

SB 1836 (LC)Hinojosa

Relating to the use of certain tax-exempt compressed natural gas and liquefied natural gas refueling facilities under certain circumstances.

SB 2570 (CS) (LC)Zaffirini

Relating to the creation of the Webb County Groundwater Conservation District; providing authority to impose fees.

1 Floor Amendment

SB 2620 (LC)Springer

Relating to authorizing certain political subdivisions to change the date on which their general election for officers is held.

HB 59 Goodwin/ Guerra/ Jetton/ Troxclair/ et al. SP: Zaffirini/ et al.

Relating to child water safety requirements for certain organizations; authorizing disciplinary action, including an administrative penalty.

1 Floor Amendment

HB 242 (LC)Howard/ Johnson, Julie/ Slawson/ Leach/ Garcia/ et al. SP: Zaffirini/ et al.

Relating to liability for the donation and distribution of feminine hygiene products.

HB 598 (LC)Shaheen/ Bhojani SP: Whitmire/ et al.

Relating to creating the criminal offense of possession of an animal by a person who has been previously convicted of an offense involving animal cruelty.

HB 692 (LC)Rogers/ Slawson/ King, Ken/ Ashby/ Dean/ et al. SP: Springer

Relating to the authorization for certain land applications and disposal of dairy waste.

HB 1038 (LC)Cain/ Frazier/ Troxclair/ Canales/ et al. SP: Sparks

Relating to a biennial report on state lending and credit support programs.

HB 1161 (LC)Meyer/ Leach/ Bowers/ Lujan/ et al. SP: Parker

Relating to the confidentiality of home address information for victims of child abduction and to the administration of the address confidentiality program by the office of the attorney general.

HB 1255 (LC)Smithee/ Jetton SP: Hughes

Relating to limitations periods in arbitration proceedings.

HB 1575 (CS)Hull/ Harless/ Slawson/ Rose/ Frank SP: Kolkhorst/ et al.

Relating to improving health outcomes for pregnant women under Medicaid and certain other public benefits programs.

HB 1748 (LC)Leach/ et al. SP: Hancock/ et al.

Relating to the use of a facsimile signature on certain public securities and related certificates.

HB 1760 Hefner/ et al. SP: Hughes/ et al.

Relating to the prosecution of the offense of possessing a weapon in certain prohibited places associated with schools or postsecondary educational institutions.

HB 1949 (LC)Smith SP: Springer

Relating to the continuation of the Red River Boundary Commission.

HB 2015 (LC)Leach SP: Zaffirini

Relating to the exemption from jury service for persons over a certain age.

HB 2209 (CS)Lozano/ Raymond SP: Hinojosa/ et al.

Relating to establishing the Rural Pathway Excellence Partnership (R-PEP) program and creating an allotment and outcomes bonus under the Foundation School Program to support the program.

1 Floor Amendment

HB 3065 (LC)Bailes SP: Springer

Relating to the taking of wildlife by an employee of the Parks and Wildlife Department or by a person or agent of the person on the person's property.

HB 3345 Bonnen SP: Huffman/ et al.

Relating to the amount of the fee imposed on certain sexually oriented businesses that is allocated to the sexual assault program fund and the allocation of certain other revenue to that fund; increasing the amount of a fee.

HB 3651 (LC)Bailes SP: Nichols

Relating to motor fuel taxes.

HB 4015 Thompson, Ed SP: Hancock/ et al.

Relating to the disposition of certain fees collected for the rail safety program.

The Senate suspended the regular order, read third time and finally passed:

SB 833 (CS)King/ et al.

Relating to consideration by insurers of certain prohibited criteria for ratemaking.

SB 1787 (CS)Bettencourt

Relating to size and density requirements for residential lots in certain municipalities; authorizing a fee.

HB 609 Vasut/ et al. SP: Middleton/ et al.

Relating to the liability of a business owner or operator arising from the exposure of an individual to a pandemic disease.

The Senate suspended the regular order, read second time and passed to engrossment:

SB 666 (CS)Hall

Relating to complaint information and to rulemaking and disciplinary procedures of the Texas Medical Board.

2 Floor Amendments

The Senate adopted the following resolutions:

SR 529 Parker/ Alvarado/ Bettencourt/ Birdwell/ Blanco/ et al.

Recognizing May 11, 2023, as World War II Veterans Capitol Day.

SR 547 Miles/ Blanco/ Creighton/ Gutierrez/ Menéndez/ et al.

Recognizing the Texas Legislative Internship Program Class of the 88th Legislature.

SR 549 Hinojosa

In memory of Shawn Michael Snider.

SR 554 Menéndez/ Campbell/ Gutierrez/ LaMantia/ Zaffirini

Recognizing the St. Mary's University School of Law online juris doctor degree program.

SR 557 Hughes

Amending Permanent Rules of the Senate of the 88th Legislature.

The Senate concurred in House amendments to the following:

SB 58 (LC)Zaffirini/ et al. SP: Thimesch/ Capriglione/ et al.

Relating to prohibitions in connection with the online sale of goods.

SB 294 (CS)Johnson/ et al. SP: Klick/ Lalani/ et al.

Relating to the use of epinephrine auto-injectors and medication designated for treatment of respiratory distress on public and private school campuses.

SB 435 (CS) (LC)Middleton/ et al. SP: Bonnen

Relating to the disclosure under the public information law of certain evidence of a crime that resulted in the death of a person.

SB 604 (CS) (LC)King SP: Hefner

Relating to land services performed by a landman.

SB 840 (LC)West/ et al. SP: Anchía/ Johnson, Julie/ et al.

Relating to increasing the criminal penalty for assault of certain hospital personnel.

SB 1021 (LC)Nichols SP: Canales

Relating to the handling of bids on certain contracts for highway projects.

SB 1373 (LC)Hughes SP: Smithee

Relating to decedents' estates and the delivery of certain notices or other communications in connection with those estates or multiple-party accounts.

SB 1401 (LC)Zaffirini/ Paxton/ et al. SP: Johnson, Ann

Relating to the rights of victims of sexual assault and to certain procedures and reimbursements occurring with respect to a sexual assault or other sex offense.

SB 1484 (LC)Creighton SP: Holland

Relating to a border operations training program for peace officers employed by local law enforcement agencies.

SB 1603 (LC)Hughes/ et al. SP: Smithee

Relating to the decision of a court of appeals not to accept certain interlocutory appeals.

SB 1732 (CS) (LC)Hancock SP: Patterson

Relating to standards for certain electric vehicle charging stations.

SB 2085 (CS) (LC)Whitmire/ et al. SP: Walle

Relating to a grant program for crime victim notification systems.

The Senate refused to concur in House amendments and requested the appointment of a Conference Committee on the following:

SB 763 (CS)Middleton/ et al. SP: Hefner/ Buckley/ et al.

Relating to allowing public schools to employ or accept as volunteers chaplains to provide support, services, and programs for students.

Committee referral on the following:

SB 2632 Hall/ Bettencourt/ Campbell/ Hughes/ Kolkhorst/ et al.

Relating to required labeling of meat food products that contain mRNA vaccine material.

Health & Human Services

HJR 134 Bonnen/ Cain/ Burrows/ Canales/ Garcia/ et al. SP: Middleton

Proposing a constitutional amendment to abolish the office of county treasurer of Galveston County.

Local Government

HJR 141 Guillen/ Kacal/ Ashby/ Lopez, Janie

Proposing a constitutional amendment to authorize the legislature to define certain terms for purposes of the exemption from ad valorem taxation of farm products in the hands of a producer and to authorize the commissioners court of a county to exempt from ad valorem taxation by each political subdivision that taxes the property the portion of the assessed value of a person's property that is attributable to the installation in or on the property of a rainwater harvesting or graywater system.

Local Government

HJR 146 Capriglione/ Leo-Wilson/ Gerdes

Proposing a constitutional amendment relating to the right to own, hold, and use a mutually agreed upon medium of exchange.

Business & Commerce

HJR 153 Wilson/ Morales, Eddie

Proposing a constitutional amendment to authorize a limitation on the total amount of ad valorem taxes that a political subdivision other than a school district, county, municipality, or junior college district may impose on the residence homesteads of persons who are disabled or elderly and their surviving spouses.

Local Government

HJR 169 Clardy/ Rogers/ King, Tracy O./ Price/ Burrows/ et al.

Proposing a constitutional amendment providing for the dedication of certain sales and use tax revenue to a special fund established in the state treasury to pay for water infrastructure in this state.


HB 7 Guillen/ Raymond/ Muñoz, Jr./ Morales, Eddie/ Lopez, Janie/ et al.

Relating to border protection and economic development services, programs, and other measures, including establishing educational programs and the border protection unit, in this state to address the effects of ongoing disasters, including disasters caused by transnational and other criminal activity and public health threats.

Border Security

HB 35 Bernal/ Lalani/ Lujan/ Dorazio/ Garcia

Relating to installment payments of ad valorem taxes imposed on residence homesteads in certain counties.

Local Government

HB 139 Klick/ Frank/ Oliverson/ Anchía/ Metcalf

Relating to the provision of notice of certain proposed rules by state agencies.

Business & Commerce

HB 218 Moody/ Dutton/ Geren/ Anchía/ Cain/ et al.

Relating to the criminal and licensing consequences of certain offenses relating to the possession of marihuana, certain tetrahydrocannabinols, certain synthetic cannabinoids, and drug paraphernalia; imposing a fee.

State Affairs

HB 223 Cortez

Relating to the ballot application requirements for the election of a precinct chair.

State Affairs

HB 248 Murr

Relating to solicitation of patients and other prohibited marketing practices and the establishment of the task force on patient solicitation; increasing criminal penalties.

Health & Human Services

HB 315 Cortez

Relating to a statement by the secretary of state regarding the furnishing of certain personal information on an application for a ballot to be voted by mail.

State Affairs

HB 603 Shaheen

Relating to a limitation on civil suits against persons reporting suspicious activity in good faith.

State Affairs

HB 614 Shaheen

Relating to property owners' association fines.

Local Government

HB 779 Vasut

Relating to the issuance of certain search warrants by statutory county court judges.

Criminal Justice

HB 818 Walle/ Hernandez/ Manuel/ Rose/ Garcia/ et al.

Relating to the places a public employer may provide for employees to express breast milk.

Business & Commerce

HB 824 Buckley

Relating to the authority of certain municipalities to change the date of the general election for officers.

State Affairs

HB 967 Allen/ et al.

Relating to program accessibility for female inmates of the Texas Department of Criminal Justice.

Criminal Justice

HB 968 Gates/ Rose/ Frank/ Capriglione/ González, Mary/ et al.

Relating to procedures in certain suits affecting the parent-child relationship filed by the Department of Family and Protective Services.

Health & Human Services

HB 969 Cook/ Raymond/ Lujan/ et al.

Relating to local regulation to enforce child custody orders; authorizing a civil penalty.

State Affairs

HB 1094 Cunningham

Relating to the disposition of abandoned or unclaimed property seized by a peace officer.

Criminal Justice

HB 1105 Price/ Cortez/ Allison/ Darby/ Shine/ et al.

Relating to the administration of a medication and the ordering and administration of an immunization or vaccination by a pharmacist.

Health & Human Services

HB 1133 Spiller/ Harless

Relating to an exemption from the application of the Private Security Act for volunteer security services provided at certain places or events.

Criminal Justice

HB 1136 Jetton/ et al.

Relating to the period for which a person is required to register as a sex offender based on the offense of compelling prostitution.

Criminal Justice

HB 1181 Shaheen/ Schatzline/ Collier/ Ordaz/ Patterson

Relating to restricting access to sexual material harmful to minors on an Internet website; providing a civil penalty.

State Affairs

HB 1190 Klick/ Howard/ Bonnen/ et al.

Relating to the prescribing and ordering of Schedule II controlled substances by certain advanced practice registered nurses and physician assistants.

Health & Human Services

HB 1289 Campos/ Garcia

Relating to a training program for persons investigating suspected child abuse or neglect.

Health & Human Services

HB 1348 Stucky

Relating to the authority of a municipality to regulate veterinarians.

Water, Agriculture & Rural Affairs

HB 1390 Shaheen

Relating to telemedicine medical services and telehealth services covered by certain health benefit plans or provided by a pharmacist.

Health & Human Services

HB 1546 Cook

Relating to the recovery of fees, court costs, and expenses in family law proceedings.


HB 1579 Canales

Relating to the investigation of municipal fire fighters in certain municipalities.

Local Government

HB 1583 Burrows

Relating to the election of the board of directors of the Terry Memorial Hospital District.

Local Government

HB 1585 Geren

Relating to matters affecting the powers and duties of the Texas Ethics Commission.

State Affairs

HB 1614 Dutton

Relating to a grant program to provide free public school prekindergarten programs to certain children who are eligible for the subsidized child-care program administered by the Texas Workforce Commission.


HB 1696 Buckley/ Oliverson/ Cook/ Gerdes/ Noble/ et al.

Relating to the relationship between managed care plans and optometrists and therapeutic optometrists.

State Affairs

HB 1775 Thompson, Ed

Relating to the oversight and election of board members for certain emergency services districts.

Local Government

HB 1786 Burns

Relating to the amendment of restrictive covenants of certain residential subdivisions.

Business & Commerce

HB 1794 Schaefer/ Hefner/ Howard/ Ashby/ Clardy/ et al.

Relating to funding for The University of Texas at Tyler's school of pharmacy.

Subcommittee on Higher Education

HB 1848 DeAyala

Relating to a study by the secretary of state on the feasibility of central counting stations complying with federal standards for facilities that contain sensitive information.

State Affairs

HB 1960 Morales, Eddie

Relating to the course levels offered at Sul Ross State University Rio Grande College.

Subcommittee on Higher Education

HB 2044 Bowers/ Allen/ Rose/ Garcia/ Reynolds/ et al.

Relating to depression screenings for certain women in county jail or in the custody of the Texas Department of Criminal Justice.

Health & Human Services

HB 2102 Goldman

Relating to the establishment of a new open-enrollment charter school campus by certain charter holders and to the expansion of an open-enrollment charter school.


HB 2164 Guerra/ Allen/ Plesa/ Dutton/ et al.

Relating to public school bilingual education programs, dual language immersion programs, and special language programs.


HB 2166 Guerra/ Howard/ Allen/ Muñoz, Jr./ et al.

Relating to designating March 4 as COVID-19 Heroes and Memorial Day.


HB 2181 Rose/ Garcia/ Campos/ Collier

Relating to the administration by the Texas Department of Housing and Community Affairs of a homeless housing and services program for youth and young adults.

Local Government

HB 2185 Burns

Relating to county appropriations to historical foundations or organizations.

Local Government

HB 2187 Davis/ Garcia

Relating to the criminal offense of abandoning or endangering a child, elderly individual, or disabled individual.

Criminal Justice

HB 2190 Canales

Relating to the terminology used to describe transportation-related accidents.


HB 2235 Jones, Venton/ Oliverson/ Rose/ Anderson/ Wu/ et al.

Relating to HIV and AIDS tests.

Health & Human Services

HB 2263 Darby

Relating to the authority of a natural gas local distribution company to offer energy conservation programs.

Natural Resources & Economic Development

HB 2273 Oliverson/ Harris, Cody/ Buckley/ Garcia/ Plesa/ et al.

Relating to including an understanding of certain political ideologies in the foundation curriculum in public schools.


HB 2313 Thompson, Senfronia/ Garcia/ Flores/ et al.

Relating to training materials for certain transportation network company drivers regarding human trafficking awareness and prevention.

Business & Commerce

HB 2333 Allison

Relating to noncharitable trusts without an ascertainable beneficiary.

Business & Commerce

HB 2389 Shine

Relating to employee-owned companies.

Business & Commerce

HB 2402 Moody

Relating to the eligibility of certain at-risk developments to receive low income housing tax credits.

Local Government

HB 2415 Kuempel/ Goldman/ Longoria/ Cole/ DeAyala

Relating to the view of the State Capitol.

Subcommittee on Higher Education

HB 2424 Romero, Jr.

Relating to training and certification requirements for inspectors of public swimming pools, including spas, and artificial swimming lagoons.

Business & Commerce

HB 2541 Garcia/ Campos/ Johnson, Julie/ Sherman, Sr./ Oliverson/ et al.

Relating to policies and procedures regarding children placed by the Department of Family and Protective Services in a residential treatment center or program.

Health & Human Services

HB 2564 Anchía/ Guillen/ Frazier/ et al.

Relating to the investigation of certain motor vehicle accidents.


HB 2600 Frazier/ Garcia/ et al.

Relating to the employment of peace officers who seek or receive mental health care.

Criminal Justice

HB 2644 Craddick

Relating to the definition of qualified employee for purposes of the enterprise zone program.

Natural Resources & Economic Development

HB 2658 Leach

Relating to grounds for the involuntary termination of the parent-child relationship.

Health & Human Services

HB 2671 Cook/ et al.

Relating to the postponement of a hearing for a temporary order in certain family law cases referred to mediation.


HB 2675 Jetton

Relating to the deposit of funds into court registries by the clerks of justice courts.


HB 2716 Hull

Relating to neglect of a child and the grounds for termination of the parent-child relationship and possession of a child by the Department of Family and Protective Services.

Health & Human Services

HB 2794 Lujan/ Leo-Wilson/ Neave Criado/ Bailes/ Murr/ et al.

Relating to the appointment of a guardian ad litem in certain suits filed by the Department of Family and Protective Services.


HB 2886 González, Jessica/ Rose/ Anderson/ Clardy/ Walle/ et al.

Relating to the establishment of the office of food system security and resiliency in the Department of Agriculture.

Water, Agriculture & Rural Affairs

HB 2941 Zwiener

Relating to the authority of the Railroad Commission of Texas to require water pollution abatement plans for certain pipelines; providing for the imposition of a civil penalty.

Natural Resources & Economic Development

HB 2948 Cook/ Smith

Relating to the modification of a possession order and temporary possession of a child when a conservator of the child is incapacitated.


HB 2960 Cain/ Holland/ Isaac/ Hefner/ Patterson/ et al.

Relating to the locations in which carrying certain weapons is prohibited and the applicability of a defense to prosecution for an offense relating to carrying a handgun in certain prohibited locations and associated notice requirements.

State Affairs

HB 2965 Vasut/ Slawson/ Murr/ Gervin-Hawkins/ et al.

Relating to certain construction liability claims concerning public buildings and public works.

Business & Commerce

HB 2969 Cook/ Frank/ Noble/ Capriglione/ Slawson/ et al.

Relating to prohibiting a maximum age or age differential for prospective adoptive parents.

Health & Human Services

HB 2975 Guillen

Relating to powers and duties of the Texas Workforce Commission with respect to work and family policies.

Natural Resources & Economic Development

HB 3055 King, Tracy O.

Relating to the purposes for which certain counties may use county hotel occupancy tax revenue.

Natural Resources & Economic Development

HB 3130 Guerra/ Hernandez/ Noble/ Howard/ et al.

Relating to the protection of certain occupational licensing information regarding clients of family violence shelter centers, victims of trafficking shelter centers, and sexual assault programs and survivors of family violence, domestic violence, and sexual assault.

Health & Human Services

HB 3137 Isaac/ Bumgarner/ Lopez, Janie/ Cain/ Toth/ et al.

Relating to prohibited local regulation with respect to a firearm or air gun.

State Affairs

HB 3162 Klick/ Bonnen/ Raymond/ Frank/ Oliverson/ et al.

Relating to advance directives, do-not-resuscitate orders, and health care treatment decisions made by or on behalf of certain patients, including a review of directives and decisions.

Health & Human Services

HB 3186 Leach/ Garcia

Relating to youth diversion strategies and procedures for children accused of certain fine-only offenses in municipal and justice courts and related criminal justice matters; authorizing fees.

Criminal Justice

HB 3195 Bonnen

Relating to conduct of insurers providing preferred provider benefit plans with respect to physician and health care provider contracts and claims.

Health & Human Services

HB 3241 Guillen/ Kacal/ Ashby/ Lopez, Janie/ et al.

Relating to the exemption from ad valorem taxation of certain assets used for agricultural production and to the authority of a county commissioners court to adopt an exemption from ad valorem taxation by each taxing unit that taxes the property of the portion of the appraised value of a person's property that is attributable to the installation in or on the property of certain water conservation systems.

Local Government

HB 3257 Kacal

Relating to the confidentiality of certain biosecurity and other sensitive information shared with the Texas Animal Health Commission.

Water, Agriculture & Rural Affairs

HB 3258 Howard/ Darby

Relating to a report by the Legislative Budget Board on the reliance by this state on certain dedicated revenue for purposes of budget certification.


HB 3282 Jones, Venton

Relating to the manufacture, transportation, storage, and disposal of new and scrap tires; authorizing a fee.

Natural Resources & Economic Development

HB 3288 Canales

Relating to notice of transfer of a used motor vehicle.


HB 3340 Metcalf/ Perez/ Harless/ Oliverson/ Johnson, Jarvis/ et al.

Relating to the public retirement systems of certain municipalities.


HB 3351 Harris, Caroline

Relating to standards required for certain rankings of physicians by health benefit plan issuers.

Health & Human Services

HB 3352 Gerdes/ Orr

Relating to the regulation of used and scrap tires by certain counties.

Natural Resources & Economic Development

HB 3364 Button/ Shine/ Noble/ Turner/ Neave Criado/ et al.

Relating to the system for appraising property for ad valorem tax purposes.

Local Government

HB 3436 Rogers

Relating to the authority of the Texas Military Department to negotiate the release of a reversionary interest and certain other interests of the state in certain property in Palo Pinto County owned by the Palo Pinto County Livestock Association.

Business & Commerce

HB 3440 Canales

Relating to the governmental bodies required to post on the Internet agendas for meetings under the open meetings law.

Business & Commerce

HB 3460 Price/ Paul/ Johnson, Julie/ Plesa/ Harris, Caroline/ et al.

Relating to coverage for mental health conditions and substance use disorders under certain governmental health benefit plans.

Health & Human Services

HB 3506 Harris, Caroline/ Hull

Relating to the removal of certain DNA samples from certain DNA databases.

State Affairs

HB 3532 Sherman, Sr.

Relating to notification requirements for law enforcement agencies regarding a missing child with an intellectual disability or mental illness.

Criminal Justice

HB 3536 Manuel

Relating to a commercial landlord's remedies regarding certain unlawful activities on the premises of commercial rental property.

Business & Commerce

HB 3539 Troxclair/ Guillen/ Garcia/ Isaac/ Harris, Caroline/ et al.

Relating to the establishment and operation of an ammunition facility by the Department of Public Safety.

State Affairs

HB 3545 Moody

Relating to civil liability arising from a firearm hold agreement.

State Affairs

HB 3556 Stucky/ Harless/ Meyer/ Garcia

Relating to a local area activation of the alert system for certain missing children.

Criminal Justice

HB 3697 Wilson

Relating to county regulation of subdivisions and approval of subdivision plans or plats.

Local Government

HB 3699 Wilson

Relating to municipal regulation of subdivisions and approval of subdivision plans or plats.

Local Government

HB 3745 Goldman

Relating to the procedure for maintaining the qualification of land for appraisal for ad valorem tax purposes as qualified open-space land.

Local Government

HB 3749 Flores/ Bucy/ Vo/ Manuel

Relating to the provision of the reason for rejecting a voter registration application.

State Affairs

HB 3765 Bucy/ Harris, Cody/ Garcia/ Frank/ Ashby/ et al.

Relating to the establishment of a supply of luggage by the Department of Family and Protective Services for the transport of the personal belongings of a foster child.


HB 3782 Guillen/ Raymond/ Morales, Eddie/ Muñoz, Jr./ Lopez, Janie/ et al.

Relating to establishing the Border Security Advisory Council and the Border Protection Task Force.

Border Security

HB 3848 Oliverson

Relating to health maintenance organization and preferred provider benefit plan minimum access standards for nonemergency ambulance transport services delivered by emergency medical services providers; providing administrative penalties.

Health & Human Services

HB 3857 Thimesch/ Cain/ Kitzman

Relating to the eligibility of land for appraisal for ad valorem tax purposes as qualified open-space land.

Local Government

HB 3908 Wilson/ et al.

Relating to fentanyl abuse prevention and drug poisoning awareness education in public schools.


HB 3987 Reynolds

Relating to the regulation of boarding home facilities.

Health & Human Services

HB 3991 Isaac/ Flores/ Frank/ Buckley/ Dutton/ et al.

Relating to Texas Fruit and Vegetable Day in public schools.


HB 4025 Howard/ Bonnen

Relating to authorizing the sale by the State of Texas of certain real property located in Austin, Texas.

Business & Commerce

HB 4054 Goldman

Relating to prohibited relationships between holders of certain alcoholic beverage licenses and permits.

State Affairs

HB 4059 King, Ken/ Kacal/ Johnson, Ann/ Thompson, Senfronia/ Burrows/ et al.

Relating to the right to try cutting-edge treatments for patients with life-threatening or severely debilitating illnesses.

Health & Human Services

HB 4091 Johnson, Ann/ Jetton/ Garcia/ Campos

Relating to a request for admission to a specialty inpatient stabilization treatment program by the Department of Family and Protective Services of certain minors in the managing conservatorship of the department.

Health & Human Services

HB 4110 Guillen

Relating to certain administrative penalties and procedures associated with aging, community-based, and long-term care service providers and the establishment of a task force to study certain rules and policies related to those services.

Health & Human Services

HB 4123 Guillen

Relating to access to and use of certain criminal history record information.

Business & Commerce

HB 4169 Price/ Noble/ Ashby

Relating to providing prevocational or similar services under certain Medicaid waiver programs.

Health & Human Services

HB 4219 Lambert

Relating to the maximum rate or amount of interest of certain consumer loans.

Business & Commerce

HB 4372 Oliverson/ Harless

Relating to the commissioning of peace officers by certain private schools.


HB 4382 Guillen

Relating to the timely reporting of criminal case dispositions to the Department of Public Safety and to the allocation of certain grant money.

Criminal Justice

HB 4402 Bell, Keith/ Buckley/ VanDeaver/ Landgraf/ Talarico/ et al.

Relating to the administration of certain assessment instruments, the accountability rating system for assessing campus and district performance, public school career and technology education programs, and an extracurricular and cocurricular allotment under the Foundation School Program.


HB 4415 Tepper

Relating to the transfer of certain real property from the Health and Human Services Commission to the StarCare Specialty Health System.

Health & Human Services

HB 4456 Harris, Cody

Relating to the calculation of certain ad valorem tax rates of a school district.


HB 4500 Harris, Caroline

Relating to electronic verification of health benefits by health benefit plan issuers for certain physicians and health care providers.

Health & Human Services

HB 4524 Bhojani/ Cole/ Lambert/ Isaac/ Neave Criado

Relating to conducting certain medical examinations using telemedicine under the workers' compensation system.

Business & Commerce

HB 4639 Thimesch/ Frazier/ Johnson, Ann

Relating to unlawfully carrying a handgun in a motor vehicle or watercraft.

State Affairs

HB 4645 Flores/ Troxclair/ Cole/ Hinojosa/ Howard/ et al.

Relating to the exemption from ad valorem taxation of certain property used to provide low-income or moderate-income housing.

Local Government

HB 4655 Thimesch

Relating to the establishment of the vulnerable adult protection task force.

Health & Human Services

HB 4674 Hayes/ Thimesch

Relating to the qualifications, summoning, and reimbursement of jurors.


HB 4697 DeAyala

Relating to the partial count of electronic voting system ballots.

State Affairs

HB 4713 Plesa/ Rose/ Price/ Oliverson/ Cortez/ et al.

Relating to group health benefit plan coverage for early treatment of first episode psychosis.

Health & Human Services

HB 4772 Thierry/ Burrows/ Noble/ Button/ Cortez

Relating to an excise tax on, and storage, reporting, and recordkeeping requirements for, certain nontobacco nicotine products; providing a civil penalty; imposing a tax.


HB 4820 Orr/ et al.

Relating to the eligibility requirements for grants under programs of the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality.

Water, Agriculture & Rural Affairs

HB 4843 Holland/ Guillen/ Harless/ et al.

Relating to increasing the criminal penalty for the offense of unlawful possession of a firearm by a person convicted of a felony.

State Affairs

HB 4861 Wilson

Relating to the design and issuance of specialty license plates to honor members of the military and for recipients of certain military awards.


HB 4865 Harris, Cody

Relating to the taxation of cigars and pipe tobacco sold by certain remote retail sellers; requiring an occupational permit.


HB 4888 Hefner

Relating to Medicaid coverage and reimbursement for non-opioid treatments.

Health & Human Services

HB 4923 Lopez, Ray/ et al.

Relating to the administration of a grant program to support community mental health programs for veterans and their families.

Veteran Affairs

HB 4960 Patterson/ Garcia

Relating to information for the parents or guardians of pediatric cancer patients regarding risk of impaired fertility from treatment.

Health & Human Services

HB 5012 Clardy/ Shine/ Bell, Keith/ Anderson/ Jetton/ et al.

Relating to the authority of certain municipalities to use certain tax revenue for hotel and convention center projects and other qualified projects.

Natural Resources & Economic Development

HB 5080 Sherman, Sr.

Relating to authorizing certain municipalities to exchange certain property with a private person.

Local Government

HB 5103 Dutton

Relating to the rights and duties of each parent that must be specified in certain agreed parenting plans and orders for the joint managing conservatorship of a child.


HB 5142 Kacal

Relating to the issuance of specially marked driver's licenses and personal identification certificates to veterans.


HB 5175 Collier/ Orr

Relating to access to certain cemeteries.

Local Government

HB 5225 Guillen

Relating to the issuance of an excess gross weight permit for certain farm tractors on county and FM roads; authorizing a fee.


HB 5309 Leo-Wilson/ Bonnen

Relating to the meeting requirements for the Galveston County Juvenile Board.

Criminal Justice

HB 5330 Reynolds/ Lalani

Relating to the service area of the Houston Community College System District.

Subcommittee on Higher Education

HB 5336 Vasut/ Thompson, Ed

Relating to the powers and duties of Port Freeport; limiting the authority of certain municipalities to regulate land use by Port Freeport; and the creation of a reinvestment zone containing property owned by Port Freeport.


HCR 103 Herrero

Designating December 8 as Special Hearts Day for a 10-year period ending in 2033.


HCR 105 Harris, Cody

Designating Palestine as the official Dogwood Trails Capital of Texas for a 10-year period ending in 2033.