Senate Bills Returned from House with Amendments for 5/19/2015

SENATE BILLS RETURNED FROM HOUSE WITH AMENDMENTS



Tuesday

May 19, 2015




SB 169 Uresti/ et al. SP: King, Susan

Relating to ensuring that certain military members and their spouses and dependents maintain their positions on interest lists or other waiting lists for certain health and human services assistance programs.


SB 459 Lucio/ et al. SP: Alvarado/ et al.

Relating to the creation of the Advisory Council on Cultural Affairs in the office of the governor.


SB 481 Hancock/ et al. SP: Smithee

Relating to consumer information concerning facility-based physicians and notice and availability of mediation for balance billing by a facility-based physician.


SB 652 Schwertner SP: Farney/ et al.

Relating to excluding a franchisor as an employer of a franchisee or a franchisee's employees.


SB 746 Whitmire/ et al. SP: Turner, Sylvester

Relating to the civil commitment of sexually violent predators; amending provisions subject to criminal penalties.


SB 837 Watson/ et al. SP: Workman

Relating to a common characteristic or use project in a public improvement district in certain municipalities.


SB 876 Eltife SP: Frullo

Relating to the licensing of insurance agents and adjusters; providing a penalty.


SB 934 Kolkhorst/ et al. SP: Farney

Relating to providing training academies for public school teachers who provide mathematics instruction to students in kindergarten through grade three.


SB 1057 Hinojosa SP: Herrero

Relating to the provision of funding for indigent defense services.


SB 1081 Creighton SP: Huberty

Relating to the disclosure of certain information under a consolidated insurance program.


SB 1107 Eltife SP: Smithee

Relating to contingent deferred annuity contracts.


SB 1191 Seliger/ et al. SP: Crownover

Relating to the amount and allocation of the annual constitutional appropriation to certain agencies and institutions of higher education.


SB 1593 Lucio/ et al. SP: Lucio III

Relating to regulation of the sale of fireworks by certain municipalities.


SB 1889 Zaffirini/ et al. SP: Burkett/ et al.

Relating to the definition of neglect of a child, the exclusion of certain information from the Department of Family and Protective Services central registry of child abuse or neglect cases, and the report of certain information regarding those cases to the legislature.