LOCAL AND UNCONTESTED BILLS
The following bills have been certified for placement on the Local & Uncontested Calendar to be held Friday, May 22, 2015 at 8:30 AM.
Relating to creating a recognition day in honor of Gold Star Mothers.
Relating to certification requirements for teachers in bilingual education.
Relating to the sealing of certain court documents filed electronically in a child protection suit.
Relating to the duration of protective orders issued in cases of family violence against persons who are subsequently confined or imprisoned.
Relating to providing notice of the availability of paid leave for military service to public officers and employees.
Relating to the designation of a segment of Farm-to-Market Road 1301 in Wharton County as the Master Sergeant Mike C. Peña Memorial Highway.
Relating to the eligibility of a person to be a candidate for or holder of certain public elective offices.
Relating to pay, benefits and requirements for state active duty service members.
Relating to the selection of directors to the board of directors for the Viridian Municipal Management District.
Relating to the production of public information under the public information law.
Relating to the purchase of certain insurance coverage and the performance of related risk management services for the Texas State University System and the component institutions of that system.
Relating to the definition of a public health nuisance; amending provisions subject to a criminal penalty.
Relating to disclosure of home mortgage information to a surviving spouse.
Relating to the tasting of alcoholic beverages by students enrolled in certain courses.
Relating to liability of food donors.
Relating to the validation of certain actions relating to municipal airport zoning regulations.
Relating to reporting information for certain foster children who are missing or are victims of sex trafficking.
Relating to the notification of certain legislators of the death of a child in foster care.
Relating to the approval of certain alcoholic beverages by the Texas Alcoholic Beverage Commission.
Relating to fees charged by the Coastal Plains Groundwater Conservation District.
Relating to appeals regarding dangerous dogs.
Relating to property that is or may be presumed abandoned.
Relating to the procedure for canceling an exemption from ad valorem taxation of the residence homestead of an individual who is 65 years of age or older.
Relating to the administration of epinephrine by pharmacists.
Relating to the authority of a municipality to regulate churches that provide overnight shelter for children.
Relating to the issuance of the Texas Airport Directory; eliminating a fee.
Relating to abatement of public nuisances on certain undeveloped land; amending provisions subject to a criminal penalty.
Relating to the determination of an experience-rated employer's eligibility for a surplus credit rate under the Texas Unemployment Compensation Act.
Relating to the closing, abandoning, and vacating of a public road by a county; authorizing the imposition of a fee.
Relating to the term for a lease of land owned by certain navigation districts.
Relating to the creation of a health care advocacy program for veterans.
Relating to the disclosure in certain judicial proceedings of confidential communications between a physician and a patient and confidential patient records.
Relating to the rescission of nonjudicial foreclosure sales.
Relating to the designation of May as Postpartum Depression Awareness Month.
Relating to information required of an applicant for a driver's license.
Relating to regulation by a municipality of the possession of an open container or the public consumption of alcoholic beverages.
Relating to the exemption from certain registration and licensing requirements and taxes for certain businesses and employees who enter this state in response to a disaster or emergency.
Relating to the notation on the precinct list of registered voters that a voter voted early.
Relating to fees paid to the Automobile Burglary and Theft Prevention Authority.
Relating to the adoption of the Texas Uniform Disclaimer of Property Interests Act.
Relating to food and beverage consumption in certain public swimming pools.
Relating to the designation of Spur 63 in Gregg County as the Texas Ranger Glenn Elliott Memorial Highway.
Relating to the ability of certain county assistance districts to annex roads.
Relating to a report to the legislature regarding the elimination of toll roads.
Relating to the qualifications for teaching a driver education course.
Relating to employment activities of certain emergency response personnel for purposes of the Texas Workers' Compensation Act.
Relating to regulation of certain conduct by discount health care program operators, or concerning discount health care programs, that relates to prescription drugs or prescription drug benefits; authorizing administrative and civil penalties.
Relating to the standards for boiler inspection agencies.
Relating to eligibility requirements to act as a financial adviser or investment adviser in relation to certain public securities.
Relating to assessments for water and energy improvements in municipalities and counties; changing a fee.
Relating to the powers and duties of the Hidalgo County Water Control and Improvement District No. 18; providing authority to issue bonds; providing authority to impose fees and taxes.
Relating to transactions involving oil, gas, or condensate; creating a criminal offense.
Relating to changing the name of the Medical Advisory Committee appointed by the Texas Commission of Licensing and Regulation to the Combative Sports Advisory Board and allowing the board to address a broader range of issues.
Relating to the investment of funds by certain municipal hospital authorities.
Relating to interstate compacts and cooperative agreements relating to state purchasing.
Relating to the requirement that a person or laboratory that performs an official equine infectious anemia test be approved by the Texas Animal Health Commission.
Relating to the authority of the Texas Department of Licensing and Regulation to determine applicant eligibility for a license.
Relating to the provision of habilitation and certain health care services by a home and community support services agency; authorizing a fee, providing penalties, and requiring an occupational license.
Relating to the redaction of personally identifiable information of victims from juvenile court records.
Relating to the powers, operations, and boundaries of The Woodlands Township; authorizing a fee.
Designating the cowboy hat as the official State Hat of Texas.
Petitioning Congress to provide funding for repairs to the Battleship Texas.
In memory of Roy Houston Moore of Austin.