REGULAR ORDER OF BUSINESS
March 16, 2015
SENATE JOINT RESOLUTIONS
Proposing a constitutional amendment relating to appropriations for the preservation and perpetuation of certain items of historical value; allowing the legislature and state agencies to accept on behalf of the state gifts of items of historical value and contributions to purchase such items.
SENATE CONCURRENT RESOLUTIONS
Urging the U.S. Congress to end the ban on crude oil exports.
Urging Congress to reimburse the State of Texas for bearing the financial burden of the federal government's responsibility to secure the Texas-Mexico international border.
Relating to the creation, purpose, implementation, and funding of the County Park Beautification and Improvement Program.
Relating to the carrying of handguns on the campuses of and certain other locations associated with institutions of higher education.
Relating to the authority of a person who is licensed to carry a handgun to openly carry a holstered handgun; creating a criminal offense; providing penalties.
Relating to the eligibility of presidential general election debates for distributions from a Major Events trust fund.
Relating to the amount the Texas Military Preparedness Commission may grant to local governmental entities for certain purposes.
Relating to the criteria for awarding the Texas Purple Heart Medal to members of the armed forces wounded or killed at Fort Hood on November 5, 2009.
Relating to the financial self-sufficiency of the Cancer Prevention and Research Institute of Texas.
Relating to the licensing and regulation of hospitals in this state; increasing the amount of administrative penalties assessed or imposed against certain hospitals; authorizing the imposition of a fee.
Relating to mental health first aid training for school district employees and school resource officers.
Relating to regulation of the sale, distribution, possession, use, and advertising of e-cigarettes; creating offenses.
Relating to a clarification of the law governing eligibility of certain events for funding under the Major Events trust fund.
Relating to the designation of a portion of Interstate Highway 37 as the Trooper Terry Wayne Miller Memorial Highway.
Relating to the designation of a segment of Farm-to-Market Road 624 in McMullen County as the Game Warden James E. Daughtrey Memorial Highway.
Relating to the designation of a portion of State Highway 16 in Young County as the Texas Game Warden Joseph Marshall Evans Memorial Highway.
Relating to the designation of a portion of Farm-to-Market Road 685 in Travis County as the Deputy Jessica Hollis Memorial Highway.
Relating to the applicability of adverse licensing, listing, or registration decisions by certain health and human services agencies.
Relating to increased oversight by the Department of State Health Services of hospitals that commit certain violations.
Relating to the provision of health and human services in this state, including the powers and duties of the Health and Human Services Commission and other state agencies, and the licensing of certain health professionals; clarifying certain statutory provisions; authorizing the imposition of fees.
Relating to consideration of a bidder's principal place of business in awarding certain county contracts.
Relating to the powers and duties of a county treasurer.
Relating to the presumption of abandonment of certain tangible personal property held by a county.
Relating to alternative methods for satisfying certain public high school graduation requirements, including the use of individual graduation committees.
Relating to certain offenses relating to carrying concealed handguns on property owned or leased by a governmental entity; providing a civil penalty.
Relating to the continuation and functions of the Texas Workforce Investment Council, including assumption of the duties of the Texas Skill Standards Board.
Relating to employment termination for falsification of military record in obtaining employment or employment benefits.
Relating to the eligibility of a landman for unemployment compensation.
Relating to excluding a franchisor as an employer of a franchisee or a franchisee's employees.
Relating to a study of the feasibility and desirability of creating and maintaining a coastal barrier system.
Relating to a disqualification for unemployment benefits for refusing to take or failing a preemployment drug test.
Relating to the issuance of specialty license plates to honor recipients of certain military medals.
Relating to fingerprints collected by the Texas Department of Public Safety from an applicant for a driver's license or personal identification certificate and used for the department's image verification system.
Relating to annual permits to move certain equipment; authorizing a fee.
Relating to matching private grants given to enhance additional research activities at institutions of higher education.
Relating to The University of Texas Rio Grande Valley.
Relating to the service areas of certain junior college districts.
Relating to video recordings made by children's advocacy centers.
Relating to the handgun proficiency required to obtain or renew a concealed handgun license.
Relating to the elimination of certain court fees and costs.
Relating to the information included in the annual report of the State Commission on Judicial Conduct.
Relating to tort liability arising from a volunteer's operation of a Parks and Wildlife Department motor-driven vehicle or motor-driven equipment.
Relating to the time of delivery to the early voting ballot board for ballots voted by mail in certain counties.
Relating to the deadline for filing a candidate's personal financial statement.
Relating to the liability of a political subdivision of this state for certain claims relating to land acquired by the political subdivision under certain circumstances.
Relating to authorizing a revocable deed that transfers real property at the transferor's death.
Relating to the restructuring of certain fund accounts of the Texas County and District Retirement System.
Relating to the promulgation of certain forms for use in probate matters.
Relating to the oath of a person admitted to practice law in the State of Texas.
Relating to limited liability for an agritourism entity involved in an agritourism activity.
Relating to the designation of a portion of U.S. Highway 87 in Howard County as the William B. Crooker Memorial Highway.
Relating to the designation of a segment of U.S. Highway 287 in Midlothian as the Chris Kyle and Chad Littlefield Memorial Highway.
Relating to the designation of Loop 567 in Granbury as the Deputy Sergeant Lance McLean Memorial Highway.
Relating to the creation of a grant program to support community mental health programs for veterans with mental illness.
Relating to regional coordinators within the veteran entrepreneur program.
Relating to general officers within the state military department.
Relating to the employment of individuals qualified for a veteran's employment preference.
Relating to the College Credit for Heroes program.
Relating to the coordinating workgroups of the Texas Coordinating Council for Veterans Services.
Relating to the continuation of a residence homestead exemption from ad valorem taxation while the owner is temporarily absent because of military service.
Relating to increasing the punishment for the offense of fraudulent or fictitious military record.
Relating to ensuring that certain military members who reside out of state and their dependents maintain their positions on waiting lists for certain assistance programs provided by health and human services agencies.
Relating to the placement of military occupational specialty codes on certain notices of state agency employment openings.
Relating to the prioritization of certain available legal defense services when appointing representation for an indigent defendant in a criminal case.
Relating to docket preference for trials in which the alleged victim is younger than 14 years of age.
Relating to the organization of a grand jury.
Relating to the addition of certain substances to Penalty Groups 1-A and 2 of the Texas Controlled Substances Act for criminal prosecution and other purposes.
Relating to the designation for criminal prosecution and other purposes of certain chemicals commonly referred to as synthetic cannabinoids as controlled substances and controlled substance analogues under the Texas Controlled Substances Act.
Relating to the punishment of certain controlled substance offenses committed in a drug-free zone.