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Supplemental House Calendar

Wednesday, April 29, 2015

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********** MAJOR STATE CALENDAR **********
HOUSE BILLS
THIRD READING

HB 2154             Dutton

Relating to the functions and operation of the State Office of Administrative Hearings.

HB 31               Bonnen, Dennis / Martinez Fischer / Parker / Krause / Oliveira / et al.

Relating to decreasing the state sales and use tax rate.

HB 32               Bonnen, Dennis / Murphy / Parker / Oliveira / Simmons / et al.

Relating to the computation and rates of the franchise tax; decreasing tax rates; amending provisions subject to a criminal penalty.


********** GENERAL STATE CALENDAR **********
HOUSE BILLS
THIRD READING

HB 364              Dutton

Relating to the child support obligation of an obligor during the obligor's confinement in jail or prison.

HB 3373             Miller, Doug

Relating to the liability of reimbursing employers under the Texas Unemployment Compensation Act.

HB 3052             Bonnen, Dennis

Relating to the allocation of state hotel occupancy tax revenue to certain barrier island coastal municipalities.

HB 2753             Villalba

Relating to the names of certain businesses.

HB 2400             Bohac / Martinez Fischer / Wu / Keough

Relating to the sale of a new motor vehicle to certain manufacturers or distributors; imposing a tax.

HB 2115             Phillips / Fallon

Relating to the initial inspection period for motor vehicles purchased by certain commercial fleet buyers.

HB 1550             Zerwas / Guerra / Farney / Miller, Rick / et al.

Relating to the administration of epinephrine by pharmacists.

HB 1887             Muñoz, Jr. / Canales / Guerra / Lucio III

Relating to the establishment of a regional center for public safety excellence in the Rio Grande Valley.

HB 606              Davis, Sarah

Relating to a study on the benefits of prenatal surgical procedures to treat birth defects.

HB 737              Aycock

Relating to the creation of regional emergency communications districts; authorizing the issuance of bonds; authorizing a fee.

HB 872              Raymond

Relating to the reactivation of a peace officer license; authorizing fees.

HB 1701             Villalba

Relating to the approval period for a proposal for an award of a grant from the Texas Enterprise Fund.

HB 1277             Ashby / Fallon

Relating to requirements for annexation of certain commercial or industrial areas by a general-law municipality.


********** POSTPONED BUSINESS **********
UNTIL 8:00 AM

HB 2142             Oliveira / Villalba

Relating to corporations and fundamental business transactions.

HB 66               González, Mary / Lucio III / Moody

Relating to the consideration of the performance of students of limited English proficiency on state assessment instruments and inclusion of related information in campus report cards.


********** POSTPONED BUSINESS **********
UNTIL 9:00 AM

HB 3279             Gonzales, Larry

Relating to the authority and duties of the office of inspector general of the Health and Human Services Commission.

HB 1607             Collier / Oliveira / Sheets

Relating to the amount of temporary income benefits to which an injured employee is entitled under the workers’ compensation system.

HB 3522             Longoria / Laubenberg / Flynn

Relating to photo identification requirements for certain stored value card purchases.

HB 1852             Naishtat / Burkett

Relating to certain assessments for children in the conservatorship of the Department of Family and Protective Services.


********** MAJOR STATE CALENDAR **********
HOUSE BILLS
SECOND READING

HB 1786             Dutton

Relating to the transfer of driver and traffic safety education from the Texas Education Agency and the Department of Public Safety to the Texas Department of Licensing and Regulation; changing the amounts of certain fees; amending a provision subject to a criminal penalty.


********** GENERAL STATE CALENDAR **********
HOUSE BILLS
SECOND READING

HB 1841             Bonnen, Greg

Relating to the applicability of the sales and use tax to certain insurance services.

HB 2536             Harless / Dutton / Davis, Sarah

Relating to jurisdiction in an eminent domain proceeding in Harris County.

HB 1293             Alvarado / Herrero / Davis, Sarah / Dale / Moody

Relating to the confidentiality of identifying information of victims of stalking; creating a criminal offense.

HB 1730             Smithee

Relating to own risk and solvency assessment by insurers and insurance groups; providing a penalty.

HB 1661             Guerra / Muñoz, Jr. / Lucio III / Zerwas / Sheffield

Relating to Medicaid billing for the services of substitute dentists.

HB 1584             Farias / Moody / Walle / Rodriguez, Justin

Relating to a voluntary donation to the fund for veterans' assistance when applying for a hunting or fishing license.

HB 1539             Meyer

Relating to increasing the criminal penalties in certain circumstances for insider trading and other misuse of official information by public servants.

HB 1212             Price / Coleman / Naishtat / Zerwas / Bonnen, Greg

Relating to the designation and regulation of abusable synthetic substances, the emergency scheduling of certain controlled substances, and the prosecution and punishment of certain offenses involving a controlled substance or controlled substance analogue.

HB 1282             Zerwas / Howard / Davis, Sarah / Sheffield / Farrar

Relating to a human papillomavirus-associated cancer strategic plan developed by the Department of State Health Services.

HB 1164             VanDeaver / González, Mary / et al.

Relating to the assessment of public school students in writing and English language arts.

HB 1140             Israel / White, James / King, Susan / Coleman / Stickland / et al.

Relating to reports regarding the confinement of pregnant prisoners in county jails.

HB 1924             Coleman / Zerwas

Relating to the authority of a psychologist to delegate certain care to an intern.

HB 1929             Rose

Relating to the payment in certain counties of expenses associated with the transportation of county residents and visitors for civic, community, educational, and recreational activities.

HB 825              Giddings

Relating to procedures for identifying any Native American heritage of children in certain hearings in suits affecting the parent-child relationship.

HB 473              Giddings

Relating to a prohibition on the sale or transfer of certain law enforcement vehicles before removal of certain equipment and insignia.

HB 545              Dutton

Relating to the enforcement of an order to pay child support by contempt.

HB 821              Sheets / Larson

Relating to the requirements of certain minors applying for a hunting or fishing license.

HB 923              Flynn

Relating to the issuance of 36th Infantry Division specialty license plates and souvenir license plates.

HB 2261             Villalba

Relating to the transfer or termination of certain timeshare interests.

HB 1248             Lucio III / Cyrier

Relating to the renewal or amendment of certain permits issued by groundwater conservation districts.

HB 3330             Otto

Relating to directing payment, after approval, of certain miscellaneous claims and judgments against the state out of funds designated by this Act; making appropriations.

 

 


RULE FOR FLOOR CONSIDERATION

C.S.H.B. 31

 

Pursuant to Rule 3, Section 4 and Rule 6, Section 16 of the House Rules, the House Committee on Calendars proposes the following rule governing floor consideration of House Bill 31:

“Section 1. All original amendments that will be offered during second reading consideration of the bill must be filed with the chief clerk by 10 a.m. on Monday, April 27, 2015.”


RULE FOR FLOOR CONSIDERATION

C.S.H.B. 32

 

Pursuant to Rule 3, Section 4 and Rule 6, Section 16 of the House Rules, the House Committee on Calendars proposes the following rule governing floor consideration of House Bill 32:

“Section 1. All original amendments that will be offered during second reading consideration of the bill must be filed with the chief clerk by 10 a.m. on Monday, April 27, 2015.”