COMMITTEE:    Community Safety, Select 

TIME & DATE:  9:00 AM, Tuesday, April 18, 2023 

PLACE:        E2.012 
CHAIR:        Rep. Ryan Guillen 




The chair may limit testimony time to ensure consideration of posted business.




HB 22          Moody                                    
Relating to requiring the report of certain sales of multiple firearms and multiple firearm magazines; creating a criminal offense.

HB 106         Bernal                                   
Relating to the required reporting of multiple sales of certain firearms to law enforcement.

HB 220         Goodwin                                  
Relating to the offense of unlawful transfer of handguns and other firearms and to the duties of certain entities with respect to handgun licenses that are active, suspended, or revoked; creating a criminal offense.

HB 1138        Martinez                      Posting Rule Suspended
Relating to the prosecution of the criminal offense of reckless discharge of a firearm.

HB 236         Goodwin                                  
Relating to requiring a national instant criminal background check in connection with private firearm transfers; creating a criminal offense.

HB 298         Goodwin                                  
Relating to a required waiting period for firearm sales; creating a criminal offense.

HB 533         Wu                                       
Relating to the seizure of firearms during the emergency detention of certain persons who may have a mental illness.

HB 1007        Turner                                   
Relating to prohibiting weapons in certain facilities or residences providing services to individuals with an intellectual disability or a developmental disability.

HB 1894        Cain | et al.                            
Relating to prohibiting the recognition and enforcement of extreme risk protective orders; creating a criminal offense.

HB 2291        Slawson                                  
Relating to the carrying or possession of a handgun by certain retired judges and justices.

HB 2744        King, Tracy O. | et al.                  
Relating to prohibiting the transfer of certain semiautomatic rifles to certain recipients; creating a criminal offense; increasing a criminal penalty.

HB 3138        Isaac | et al.                           
Relating to recognizing a license to carry a handgun issued by another state.

HB 3271        Reynolds                                 
Relating to the seizure of firearms during the emergency detention of certain persons who may have a mental illness.

HB 3435        Reynolds                                 
Relating to creating the criminal offense of making a firearm accessible to a detained person.

HB 3534        Morales Shaw | et al.                    
Relating to the provision of information regarding firearm violence and suicide prevention.

HB 4472        Dutton                                   
Relating to requiring the Texas Department of Public Safety and the Texas School Safety Center to provide information and resources regarding safe firearm storage to school districts and open-enrollment charter schools for distribution to the parents or legal custodians of students.

HB 4639        Thimesch                                 
Relating to the carrying of a handgun in a motor vehicle or watercraft.

SB 599         Birdwell | et al.                        
Relating to the carrying or possession of a handgun by a district clerk and the issuance of a handgun license to a district clerk.

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