COMMITTEE:    Youth Health & Safety, Select 

TIME & DATE:  2:30 PM or upon final adjourn./recess or bill referral if permission granted
Monday, March 27, 2023 

PLACE:        E2.026 
CHAIR:        Rep. Senfronia Thompson 


The chair may limit testimony time and the number of testifying witnesses to ensure consideration of posted and pending business, especially if testimony would cause the public hearing to extend into the next calendar day.


*** Public testimony will be limited to three (3) minutes ***


HB 3           Burrows | et al.                          
Relating to the development and implementation of, and funding for public school safety and security requirements.

HB 13          King, Ken | et al.                        
Relating to training, preparedness, and funding for school safety and school safety emergencies.

HB 1342        Wu                                        
Relating to the exchange of certain information between the Department of Family and Protective Services or certain foster care services contractors and a state or local juvenile justice agency.

HB 1680        Howard                                    
Relating to the authority of certain minors to consent to Texas Home Visiting Program services.

HB 1819        Cook                                      
Relating to the repeal of the authority of political subdivisions to adopt or enforce juvenile curfews.

HB 1905        Talarico                                  
Relating to requiring school districts to make available certain school safety training courses to employees of child-care facilities and certain organizations providing out-of-school-time care.

HB 1977        Morales Shaw                              
Relating to the creation of a pretrial intervention program for certain youth offenders; authorizing a fee.

HB 2066        Cook                                      
Relating to the diversion of certain foster youth from the juvenile justice system, including through emergency behavior intervention by certain persons providing foster care services.

HB 2269        Dutton                                    
Relating to memoranda of understanding for the provision of school resource officers at public schools.

HB 2404        Johnson, Ann                              
Relating to Medicaid coverage and reimbursement for functional family therapy services.

HB 2638        Johnson, Ann                              
Relating to Medicaid coverage and reimbursement for multisystemic therapy services.

HB 2687        Leach                                     
Relating to the age at which a juvenile court may exercise jurisdiction over a child.

HB 2877        King, Tracy O.                            
Relating to crime victims' compensation.

HB 3176        Wu                                        
Relating to the creation of a youthful offender pilot court program.

HB 3623        Hefner                                    
Relating to a memorandum of understanding between public schools authorizing a school marshal of one school to act as a school marshal at the other school during an event at which both schools participate.

HB 4406        King, Ken                                 
Relating to creating the State School Safety Fund to provide financial support for projects that enhance the safety of schools in this state.

HJR 170        King, Ken                                 
Proposing a constitutional amendment creating the State School Safety Fund to provide financial support for projects that enhance the safety of schools in this state.

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