COMMITTEE:    Pensions, Investments & Financial Services 

TIME & DATE:  8:00 AM, Wednesday, March 29, 2023 

PLACE:        E2.014 
CHAIR:        Rep. Giovanni Capriglione 


HB 2464        Price | et al.
Relating to optional annuity increases for certain retirees and beneficiaries of the Texas Municipal Retirement System.

HB 2649        Allison | et al.                          
Relating to the retirement system in certain municipalities for firefighters and police officers.

HB 3340        Metcalf | et al.                          
Relating to relief and retirement funds for firefighters and police officers in certain municipalities.

HB 3573        Lambert                                   
Relating to modernizing the regulation of money services businesses.

HB 3574        Lambert                                   
Relating to the regulation of state banks.

HB 3575        Lambert                                   
Relating to the hearings officer of the Texas Department of Banking.

HB 3576        Lambert                                   
Relating to the regulation of state trust companies.

HB 3849        Bell, Cecil                               
Relating to the eligibility of certain retired firefighters, police officers, and emergency medical services providers to purchase continued health benefits coverage.

HB 3865        Lambert                                   
Relating to the purchase of goods and services by the Employees Retirement System of Texas to operate its home office.

HB 3869        Bryant                                    
Relating to the retirement eligibility of certain peace officers who are members of the Teacher Retirement System of Texas.

HB 4034        Johnson, Julie                            
Relating to certain disability and death benefits payable by the public retirement systems for police and fire fighters in certain municipalities.

HB 4141        Guillen                                   
Relating to eligibility for membership and funding of benefits for certain law enforcement, custodial, and other peace officers.

HB 4471        Moody                                     
Relating to the issuance by certain conservation and reclamation districts of bonds for the development and maintenance of recreational facilities.

HB 4853        Jetton                                    
Relating to the authority to issue obligations to fund all or any unfunded liability by certain counties.

HJR 79         Moody                                     
Proposing a constitutional amendment relating to the authority of the legislature to permit conservation and reclamation districts in El Paso County to issue bonds supported by ad valorem taxes to fund the development and maintenance of parks and recreational facilities.

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