Sunday, May 26, 2019




********** CONFERENCE COMMITTEE **********

Conference Committee Reports:

ELIGIBLE AT 10:50 AM MAY 26, 2019:

HB 1                Zerwas

General Appropriations Bill.

ELIGIBLE AT 11:10 AM MAY 26, 2019:

SB 2432             Taylor

SP: Sanford

Relating to the removal of a public school student from the classroom following certain conduct.

ELIGIBLE AT 12:00 PM MAY 26, 2019:

HB 1053             Guillen

Relating to the disposition of real property interests by the Willacy County Navigation District.

ELIGIBLE AT 1:10 PM MAY 26, 2019:

SB 926              Hall / et al.

SP: Middleton

Relating to the operation of a public school transportation system in certain counties.

ELIGIBLE AT 1:40 PM MAY 26, 2019:

HB 1735             Howard / Stucky / Button / Lozano / et al.

Relating to sexual harassment, sexual assault, dating violence, and stalking at public and private postsecondary educational institutions; providing an administrative penalty.

ELIGIBLE AT 1:45 PM MAY 26, 2019:

HB 3148             Parker / Springer / Zerwas / Lucio III / et al.

Relating to the administration and oversight of investigational adult stem cell treatments administered to certain patients.

ELIGIBLE AT 2:00 PM MAY 26, 2019:

SB 2551             Hinojosa / et al.

SP: Burrows / Moody / Leach / Longoria / Meyer / et al.

Relating to liability, payment, and death benefits for certain workers' compensation claims.

ELIGIBLE AT 2:10 PM MAY 26, 2019:

HB 1177             Phelan / White / Metcalf / Ashby / Toth / et al.

Relating to carrying a concealed handgun following a mandatory evacuation order issued during a state of disaster.

SB 500              Nelson / et al.

SP: Zerwas

Relating to making supplemental appropriations and reductions in appropriations and giving direction, including direction regarding reimbursement, and adjustment authority regarding appropriations.

ELIGIBLE AT 2:40 PM MAY 26, 2019:

HB 2858             Toth / Romero, Jr.

Relating to adoption of a uniform swimming pool and spa code for use in municipalities in this state.

ELIGIBLE AT 3:10 PM MAY 26, 2019:

HB 3636             Morrison

Relating to the transfer of jurisdiction over and management of the Star of the Republic Museum to the Texas Historical Commission and the transfer of certain state property from the Texas Department of Criminal Justice to DeWitt County.

ELIGIBLE AT 3:20 PM MAY 26, 2019:

HB 1734             Holland / Leach / Gervin-Hawkins / Martinez / Longoria / et al.

Relating to litigation involving certain defects in school district facilities and enforcement of certain duties following that litigation; authorizing a civil penalty.

ELIGIBLE AT 3:30 PM MAY 26, 2019:

HB 1313             King, Phil

Relating to the authority of the chief appraiser of an appraisal district to increase the appraised value of property in the tax year following the year in which the appraised value of the property is lowered as a result of a protest or appeal.

ELIGIBLE AT 4:10 PM MAY 26, 2019:

HB 684              Clardy / Middleton / Klick / et al.

Relating to the care of students with seizure disorders and the training requirements for certain school personnel regarding seizure recognition and related first aid.

ELIGIBLE AT 4:20 PM MAY 26, 2019:

HB 3582             Murr / Moody / White / Wray / Wu

Relating to the punishment for certain intoxication offenses, the conditions of bond for defendants charged with certain intoxication offenses, and the eligibility for deferred adjudication community supervision of defendants who committed certain intoxication offenses.

ELIGIBLE AT 4:30 PM MAY 26, 2019:

HB 410              White / Bailes

Relating to the regulation of meat and other food products.

HB 766              Huberty / Guillen

Relating to exemptions for disabled peace officers and fire fighters from payment of tuition and fees at public institutions of higher education.

ELIGIBLE AT 5:20 PM MAY 26, 2019:

HB 2764             Frank / Minjarez / Klick / Swanson

Relating to minimum standards and caregiver training for substitute care providers for children in the conservatorship of the Department of Family and Protective Services.

ELIGIBLE AT 5:35 PM MAY 26, 2019:

HB 700              Guillen / et al.

Relating to the use of the skills development fund by certain entities.

ELIGIBLE AT 5:50 PM MAY 26, 2019:

SB 621              Nichols / et al.

SP: Lambert

Relating to the transfer of the regulation of plumbing to the Texas Department of Licensing and Regulation, following recommendations of the Sunset Advisory Commission; requiring an occupational license; authorizing a fee.

HB 2747             Ortega / Landgraf / Thompson, Senfronia / Harless / Ramos / et al.

Relating to certain notice requirements applicable to massage therapy.

HB 4542             Guillen

Relating to reports by persons involved in the manufacture and distribution of alcoholic beverages for purposes of sales and use taxes.

ELIGIBLE AT 6:00 PM MAY 26, 2019:

SB 562              Zaffirini / et al.

SP: Price / Collier / Thompson, Senfronia / Rose

Relating to criminal or juvenile procedures regarding persons who are or may be persons with a mental illness or intellectual disability.

SB 601              Hall / et al.

SP: Flynn

Relating to the continuation and functions of the Texas Veterans Commission.

ELIGIBLE AT 6:10 PM MAY 26, 2019:

HB 510              Wilson / Bucy

Relating to the power of certain counties to enact park use rules.

ELIGIBLE AT 6:40 PM MAY 26, 2019:

SB 815              Rodríguez

SP: Moody / Thompson, Senfronia / Collier / White / Coleman

Relating to the creation and preservation of certain records of criminal proceedings.

ELIGIBLE AT 7:00 PM MAY 26, 2019:

HB 3745             Bell, Cecil / Rose / Capriglione / Zerwas / Thompson, Ed / et al.

Relating to the Texas emissions reduction plan fund and account.

SB 616              Birdwell / et al.

SP: Paddie

Relating to the continuation and functions of the Department of Public Safety of the State of Texas, the conditional transfer of the driver licensing program to the Texas Department of Motor Vehicles, the abolition of the Texas Private Security Board, the transfer of the motorcycle and off-highway vehicle operator training programs to the Texas Department of Licensing and Regulation, and the regulation of other programs administered by the Department of Public Safety; imposing an administrative penalty; authorizing and repealing the authorization for fees.

ELIGIBLE AT 7:10 PM MAY 26, 2019:

SB 1096             Perry / et al.

SP: Oliverson / Coleman / Sheffield / Leach / Meyer

Relating to certain benefits provided through the Medicaid managed care program, including pharmacy benefits.

ELIGIBLE AT 7:30 PM MAY 26, 2019:

HB 234              Krause / Middleton / Guillen / Phelan / Price / et al.

Relating to the local regulation of the sale of lemonade or other beverages by children.

SB 944              Watson / et al.

SP: Capriglione

Relating to the public information law.

ELIGIBLE AT 7:40 PM MAY 26, 2019:

SB 30               Birdwell / et al.

SP: Phelan / Metcalf / Sanford / Longoria

Relating to ballot language requirements for a proposition seeking voter approval for the issuance of bonds.

HB 3842             King, Tracy O.

Relating to the requirement that a motor vehicle dealer obtain a general distinguishing number for a consignment location.

ELIGIBLE AT 8:10 PM MAY 26, 2019:

HB 1355             Button / Paul / Holland / Bowers / Lang / et al.

Relating to the issuance and execution of a search warrant to collect a blood specimen from a person arrested for certain intoxication offenses.

HB 1495             Toth / et al.

Relating to authorization for the creation of a county ethics commission in certain counties and to authorizing counties to adopt a code of ethics for their commissioners courts.

SB 1991             Buckingham / et al.

SP: Klick

Relating to claims and overpayment recoupment processes imposed on health care providers under Medicaid.

ELIGIBLE AT 8:20 PM MAY 26, 2019:

HB 2327             Bonnen, Greg / Guillen

Relating to preauthorization of certain medical care and health care services by certain health benefit plan issuers and to the regulation of utilization review, independent review, and peer review for health benefit plan and workers' compensation coverage.

HB 1973             Button / Price / Shaheen / Goodwin / Guerra / et al.

Relating to the system by which an application for a low income housing tax credit is scored.

ELIGIBLE AT 8:30 PM MAY 26, 2019:

SB 1257             Huffman / et al.

SP: Leach / Bonnen, Greg

Relating to the investigation and prosecution of criminal offenses involving the trafficking of persons.

ELIGIBLE AT 8:40 PM MAY 26, 2019:

HB 492              Shine / Darby / Murphy / Stephenson / Raney / et al.

Relating to a temporary exemption from ad valorem taxation of a portion of the appraised value of certain property damaged by a disaster.

HB 2726             Kuempel

Relating to the commencement of construction of a project following the issuance of a draft permit for a permit amendment to an air quality permit.

ELIGIBLE AT 9:00 PM MAY 26, 2019:

SB 619              Birdwell / et al.

SP: Paddie

Relating to the sunset review process and certain governmental entities subject to that process.

HB 722              Larson

Relating to the development of brackish groundwater.

ELIGIBLE AT 9:10 PM MAY 26, 2019:

SB 604              Buckingham / et al.

SP: Paddie

Relating to the continuation and functions of the Texas Department of Motor Vehicles and to the operations of certain other entities performing functions associated with the department.

HB 3808             Walle

Relating to the filing of a degree plan by students at public institutions of higher education.

ELIGIBLE AT 9:20 PM MAY 26, 2019:

HJR 34              Shine / Darby / Stephenson / et al.

Proposing a constitutional amendment authorizing the legislature to provide for a temporary exemption from ad valorem taxation of a portion of the appraised value of certain property damaged by a disaster.

ELIGIBLE AT 9:30 PM MAY 26, 2019:

HB 2911             Klick / Lang

Relating to voter registration.

ELIGIBLE AT 9:40 PM MAY 26, 2019:

SB 891              Huffman / et al.

SP: Leach / Thompson, Senfronia / Holland / Moody / Toth / et al.

Relating to the operation and administration of and practice in and grants provided by courts in the judicial branch of state government; imposing a fee; creating a criminal offense.

SB 911              Hinojosa

SP: Nevárez

Relating to the supervision of water districts by the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality.

ELIGIBLE AT 9:50 PM MAY 26, 2019:

SB 916              Johnson

SP: Zerwas

Relating to supportive palliative care.

SB 1151             Huffman

SP: Longoria

Relating to the comptroller's access to criminal history record information  of wrongfully imprisoned persons.

SB 799              Alvarado / et al.

SP: Murphy

Relating to the creation of a business advisory council to provide advice on economic recovery following a disaster.

SB 11               Taylor / et al.

SP: Bonnen, Greg / Huberty / Metcalf / Thierry / Price / et al.

Relating to policies, procedures, and measures for school safety and mental health promotion in public schools.

ELIGIBLE AT 10:10 PM MAY 26, 2019:

SB 2138             Hinojosa / et al.

SP: Davis, Sarah

Relating to the authority of the Health and Human Services Commission to retain certain money received by the commission to administer certain Medicaid programs.