LOCAL AND UNCONTESTED BILLS
The following bills have been certified for placement on the Local & Uncontested Calendar to be held Wednesday, April 26, 2017 at 8:00 AM or upon recess.
Relating to eminent domain reporting requirements for certain entities.
Relating to the verification of information provided to the comptroller and contained in reports on compliance with agreements under the Texas Economic Development Act.
Relating to the establishment of one or more supplemental county civil service commissions in certain counties.
Relating to the provision of services and resources to certain individuals by a state supported living center and to the creation of a schedule of support services a state supported living center may provide and procedures for establishing applicable fees for those services.
Relating to trusts.
Relating to three-point seat belts on buses that transport schoolchildren.
Relating to an exemption from licensing requirements for physicians associated with certain sports teams.
Relating to liability of certain political subdivisions in certain workers' compensation actions.
Relating to the designation of the structure on State Highway 6 in Eastland County adjacent to Lake Cisco connecting the north and south banks of Sandy Creek as the Bedford-Carmichael Bridge.
Relating to the regulation of the hours of instruction for cosmetology licensing.
Relating to cosmetology licensing and sanitation requirements.
Relating to conditions on the receipt of tuition and fee exemptions at public institutions of higher education for adopted students formerly in foster or other residential care.
Relating to the powers and duties of a designated officer of a navigation district.
Relating to the exemption from taxes and special assessments of property of a navigation district.
Relating to excused absences from public school for the purpose of pursuing enlistment in a branch of the armed services of the United States or the Texas National Guard.
Relating to parental rights and information regarding certain intervention strategies used with public school students.
Relating to service contract providers.
Relating to the selection and summons of prospective grand jurors.
Relating to the designation of the San Angelo State Supported Living Center as a forensic state supported living center.
Relating to the designation of certain legislation on contract carriers as the Justin Little Act.
Relating to the regulation of banks and trust companies.
Relating to de novo hearings in child protection cases.
Relating to preventing racial profiling and video and audio equipment and recordings of certain law enforcement motor vehicle stops; creating an offense.
Relating to the regulation of temporary common worker employers.
Relating to the regulation of barbering and cosmetology.
Relating to abolishing shampoo apprentice permits and shampoo specialty certificates.
Relating to the registration and regulation of appraisal management companies; authorizing fees; expanding the applicability of an occupational registration.
Relating to the procedure for ordering medical or dental services for certain persons admitted to or committed to care at certain state facilities.
Relating to certain powers and duties of the board of trustees of an independent school district and the governing body of an open-enrollment charter school.
Relating to the release of a child taken into possession by a law enforcement officer.
Relating to the electronic transmission of a notice of toll nonpayment by the Texas Department of Transportation.
Relating to the conduct of primary elections; increasing a criminal penalty.
Relating to the nature, funding, and functions of the Texas Low-Level Radioactive Waste Compact Commission.
Relating to the requirement of a guardian to provide information regarding a ward's health and residence to certain relatives of the ward.
Relating to the suspension, termination, and reinstatement of certain services provided to military service members who are serving on active duty.
Relating to the procedures of the State Commission on Judicial Conduct.
Relating to the investment of funds in, and operation of guardianships of the estate in relation to, accounts established under the Texas Achieving a Better Life Experience (ABLE) Program.
Relating to state-developed open-source instructional material for public schools.
Relating to requiring the use of multidisciplinary teams appointed by children's advocacy centers in certain child abuse investigations.
Relating to financial accountability standards for charter schools operated by a public institution of higher education.
Relating to the assessment of administrative penalties under the Texas Workers' Compensation Act.
Relating to Texas Military Heroes Day in public schools.
Relating to posting notice of self-help resources on the Internet website of a state court and in the office of the court clerk.
Relating to the designation of a portion of U.S. Highway 271 as the Veterans Memorial Highway.
Relating to the issuance of specialty plates to honor recipients of the Distinguished Flying Cross medal with Valor.
Relating to expunction of a notice of lis pendens.
Relating to the state flag code.
Relating to the authority of the independent ombudsman for the Texas Juvenile Justice Department to investigate and evaluate certain juvenile facilities.
Relating to voter information used for juror selections.
Relating to the student loan program administered by the Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board and to the repeal of a related bond program.
Relating to the creation of a temporary health insurance risk pool.
Relating to a study of the fees charged by the Railroad Commission of Texas.
Relating to the requirement that the Texas Workforce Commission provide certain employment information for secondary school students.
Relating to the appointment of an attorney pro tem for certain criminal proceedings.
Relating to the administration of the certified capital company program by the office of the comptroller of public accounts.
Relating to the composition of the Comal County Juvenile Board.