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Series III:Legislation
Subseries A:Bills by Legislative Number

72nd Legislature, 1991 - 1992

Note: For specific legislation titles see Master List of Bills as follows;
72nd Legislation 1991
Regular Session Box 57/File 5
First Called Session Box /File 15
Second Called Session Box /File 17
Third Called Session Box /File 19
Fourth Called Session Box /File 22

Box File Bill Number Description Year
35 1 Display Stuff 1991
35 2 72nd Constitutional Amendments LIS Search Results Report 1991
35 3 Legislator Committee on Assignments LIS 1991
35 4 Resolutions 1991
35 5 HR 317 Congratulating coach Larry Pruitt and the Jonesboro Eagles on their accomplishments during the 1990 season 1991
35 6 HR 318 Honoring the members and directors of the Hillsboro Golden Eagle High School Band 1991
35 7 HR 319 Congratulating the members and directors of the Hillsboro Golden Eagle High 1991
35 8 HR 320 Congratulating Derrel Luce on being elected to the Baylor University Football Hall of Fame. 1991
35 9 HR 321 Congratulating the Valley Mills High School football team. 1991
35 10 HR 322 Congratulating the Clifton High School Cubs football. 1991
35 11 HR 323 In memory of Frank N. "Shorty" Smith. 1991
35 12 HR 419 In memory of R. F. "Skinner" Wallace. 1991
35 13 HR 435 Recognizing April 11, 1991, as Hillsboro Day in Texas 1991
35 14 HCR 156 Supporting the 3rd Silver - Haired Legislature's recommendation that prevention of crimes against elderly persons be a priority issue. 1991
35 15 HCR 186 Honoring Fort Hood and all of its personnel for their important role in Operation Desert Shield and Operation Desert Storm. 1991
35 16 HB 1 RE ethics of public servants, including the composition, power, and duties of the Texas Ethic Commission. 1991
35 17 HB 9 REwaiver of a jury trial for a person charged with a capital offense. 1991
35 18a HB 62 Insurance Reform Laws 1991
35 18b HB 1188 Aggravated assault on a governmental employee 1991
35 19 HB 1240 RE sentencing procedure in capital cases. 1991
35 20 HB 1775 REpunishment of capital offense and to the procedure involved in the prosecution of a capital offense. 1991
35 21 HB 2813 RECounty Court at Law of Cornell County. 1991
35 21a HB 2813 RECounty Court at Law of Cornell County. 1991
35 22 HB 2850 REcivil liability of certain chambers of commerce and to the volunteers and employees of the organization. 1991
35 23 SB 1 Summary - Recommended Appropriations 1991
35 24 SB 6 REdrug free zones and to the imposition of penalties for the delivery, manufacture, or possession... 1991
35 25 SB 9/HB 39 Eligibility of parole for persons convicted of sexual assault. 1991
35 26 SB 31 REapportionment of the state into senatorial districts. 1991
36 27 SB 314 REpenalty groups of and prescription for controlled substances, offenses,... 1991
36 28 - 29 SB 351 RE Public School Finances 1991
36 30 SB 351 Comparison of Senate and House 1991
36 31 SB 351 School Finance Program 1991
36 32 SB 351 Legislative Budget Board 1991
36 33 General Resolutions 1991
36 Correspondence for 72nd Legislature, 1991 - 1992
36 34 HB 2 Regulation of the insurance industry 1991
36 35 HB 4/7 4 - Offenses of DWI 7 - Administration of Teacher Retirement System 1991
36 36 HB 4/SB 228 Offenses of DWI 1991
36 37 HB 5/6/7 5 - Products liability actions 6 - Deceptive trade practices 7 - Administration of Teacher Retirement System 1991
36 38 HB 8/10 8 - Doctrine of forum non conveniens 10 - General Appropriation Bill 1991
36 39 HB 11 Franchise tax 1991
36 40 HB 13/54 13 - Tax on certain Texas Financial Institutions 54 - Lottery 1991
36 41 HB 25 Fully informed juries 1991
36 42 HB 73/75/79 73 - Career ladder for teachers 75 - Functions of the Texas State Board of Public Accountancy 79 - Licensing and registration requirements under Chapter 97 1991
36 43 HB 61/87/152/133 61 - Proprietary schools pay up to 2% of tuition income to TGSLC 87 - Increase in court costs 152 - Retail alcohol taxes 133 - Safety Chains 1991
36 44 HB 124 Maximum capacity established or increased for units in the institutional division of the TX Dept. of Criminal Justice. 1991
36 45 HB 158 Programs administered by the Teacher Retirement System of TX 1991
37 46 HB 169/2825/2196 169/2825/2196 - Foreclosure system 1991
37 47 HB 236 Tax on certain financial institutions 1991
37 48 HB 244/263/270/286 244 - Operation of pawn shops 263 - Spousal exemption from prosecution for sexual assault 270 - Real Estate Appraiser Certification 286 - Expunction of arrest records 1991
37 49 HB 304/312/313/SB 1088 304 - Salaries of school district employees 312 - School district regulation on hair length 313/1088 - Burglary of coin operated machine 1991
37 50 HB 334/SB 753 Public school health services 1991
37 51 HB 373/449/485/SB 64 373 - Travis County Airport Authority 449 - Host responsibilities 485/64 - Failure to identify oneself to a peace officer 1991
37 52 HB 486/500/532/ 558/620 486 - Coverage of pharmaceutical services 500 - Glass contractors 532 - Group health insurance coverage 558 - Appraisal of teachers to different levels 620 - Counseling as a condition of probation for family violence 1991
37 53 HB 689/698/702/ 703/727 689 - Use of sales tax for economic development 698 - Dental Practice Act 702 - Medical procedures by physicians with HIV 703 - Processing fee charged by the holder of a dishonored check 727 - Exemption of storage tanks from certain regulations 1991
37 54 HB 817/848/853/856 817 - Regulation of dentistry 848 - Regulation of tow truck owners 853 - Texas Structural Pest Control Board 856 - Texas Board of Architectural Examiners 1991
37 55 HB 871/884/887/ 898/984 871 - Texas Real Estate Commission 884 - Removal of Old Queen Isabella Causeway State Fishing Pier 887 - Placement of correction facilities 898 - Criminal trespasson premises of a health care facility 984 - Regulation of private process servers 1991
37 56 HB 1017/1082/1088/ 1087/1094/1105/ 1110 1017 - Offense of sale of lyrics harmful to minors 1082/1088 - Child care bills 1087 - Family home child care 1094 - Routing of Transactions on Unmanned Teller Machines 1105 - Regulation of fish farmers 1110 - Conditions of employment for fire fighters and law enforcement officers 1991
37 57 HB 11541177/1186/ 1191 1154 - Discrimination because of sexual orientation 1177 - Texas Funeral Service Commission 1186 - State Bar of Texas 1191 - Permitting certain federal criminal investigators to carry weapons 1991
37 58 HB 1204/1247/1296/ SB 235/HB 1314/ 1327 1204 - Unemployment compensation 1247 - Title insurance companies 1296/235 - Service station franchises
37 59 HB 1359/1363/1364/ 1365/ 1398/1399 1359 -Comprehensive database network 1363 to 1365 -Local Telephoneexchange companies 1398 to 1399 -Conservatorship of a child 1991
37 HB 1401/SB 564/
HB 1406/SB 694/HB 1411
1401 & SB 564 -Regulation of electricians 1406 & SB 694 - Regulation of check cashers 1411 - Regulation of newspaper transporters 1991
37 61 HB 1524/1539/1653/ 1677/2636/ 1682/1700 1524 -Regulation of gaming 1539 -Child abuse 1653 -Regulation of cemeteries 1677 & 2636 -TDC employer regulations 1682 -Training programs for food service industry 1700 -Abolition of THA & TDCA 1991
37 62 HB 1710/1776/
SB962/HB 1819/ 1838/1928/1967
1710 -Regulation of carpenters and millrights 1776 & SB 962 -Regulation of proprietary schools 1819 -Hazard Communication Act 1838 -Requirements for expunction order 1928 - Regulation of treatment of chemical dependency 1967 -Expulsion of students from extracurricular activities 1991
37 63 HB 1968/1972/1979/ 1990/1987/2033/ 2077 1968 - Arbitration in disputes re: collective bargaining by metropolitan transit authorities 1972 -Foreclosure on real property 1979 & 1990 -Eradication of boll weevils in cotton 1987 -Hazardous wastes dumping sites 2033 -Commissioned peace officers 2077 -Gambling offenses to ocean - going vessels 1991
37 64 HB 2110/2150/
SJR 46/HB 2154/ 2161/2190/ 2193
2110 -Emergency appropriations 2150 & SJR 46 -Home Equity 2154 -Sovereign immunity in judicial actions 2161 -Financing of heavy commercial vehicles 2190 -Bail bonds 2193 -Offense of aggravated assault 1991
37 65 HB 2206/2225/2230/ SB 1229 2206 -Operation of an electric cooperative 2225 - Texas Worker's Compensation Act 2230 & SB 1229 -Public school spring & fall terms 1991
37 66 HB 2263 2263 -Horse races 1991
37 67 HB 2281/2313/2326/ 2329 2281 - State limited banking associations 2313 -Insurance policy 2326 -Burning of hazardous materials 2329 -Ownership of Groundwater 1991
37 68 HB 2334/2355/
SB 1209/HB 2456/ 2498/2505
2334 -Concealed weapons 2355 & SB 1209 -Volunteers at private schools 2456 -Security creditors 2498 -Regulation of usury by the lending community 2505 -Regulation of liquefied petroleum gas industry 1991
37 69 HB 2554/SB1094/
HB 2633/ SB 684/
HB 2667
2554 & SB 1094 -Coastal Conservation Commission 2633 & SB 684 -Dairy Industry 2667 - Dallas Market Center Bill/Texas Unemployment Compensation Act 1991
37 70 HB 2697/2459/2790/
1502/2850/2867/ HJR 111/SB 1545
2697 & HB 2459 - Awarding court appointed attorney's fees 2790 - Access to employers premises by charitable organizations 1502 - Transfer of the community development block grant program 2850 - Liability of chambers of commerce 2867/HJR 111/SB 1545 - Creation and administration of Austin/Travis County Health Services
37 71 HR 212 Attorney General Dan Morales to appeal the ruling of the 200th District Court 1991
37 72 HJR 10 Equal Educational Opportunity 1991
37 73 SCR 52 Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board 1991
38 74 SB 1 General Appropriation Bill See also Box 53 File 534- RE Senate redistricting 1991
38 75 SB 4/5 4 - Creation of Financial Consumer Association 5 - Various fees and tax bill 1991
38 76 SB 5/21 5 - Implementation of rail plan 21 - Population and capacity of institutions in the TX Board of Criminal Justice 1991
38 77 SB 27 Texas Department of Employment and Training 1991
38 78 SB 35 Texas Department of Natural Resources 1991
38 79 SB 91/80/133 91 - Right of law abiding citizens to own firearms 80 - Compensation of deputy sheriffs assigned as a bailiff 133 - Person requesting attorney generals opinion 1991
38 80 SB 757/140/148 757/140 - Driver training courses and education 148 - TX Controlled Substance Act 1991
38 81 SB 162/SJR 9 Taxation on elderly homeowners 1991
38 82 SB 190/HB 304 Deduction from salaries of school district employees for dues to professional organizations 1991
38 83 SB 213/245 213 - Employment of probation field unit officers 245 - Deductions for charitable contributions 1991
38 84 SB 339/351/378/
HB 1013
339 - Health insurance coverage 351 - Relating to public schools 378/1013 - Texas Cosmetology Commission 1991
38 85 SB 428 Worker's compensation coverage for professional athletes 1991
38 86 SB 651/HB 2206
SB 689/691/692
651/2206 - Electric Cooperative Corporation Act 689 - Cigarette tax 691 - Insurance coverage by motor carriers 692 - TGSLC 1991
38 87 SB 717/729/737/757 717 - Commission on Law Enforcement Standards and Education 729 - Market competitive rate ceiling 737 - Employee retirement systems 757 - Driver/traffic safety education 1991
38 88 SB 774 Practice of optometry 1991
38 89 SB 780 License to carry a concealed handgun 1991
38 90 SB858/862/926/
985/ 1020/1048
858 - Payment for a certified court reporters charges 862 - Municipality contracting with a non - profit entity 926 - Proprietary schools 985 - Retailers offering involuntary unemployment insurance 1020 - Regulation of employee leasing entities 1048 - Payment for trail transcripts 1991
38 91 SB 1065/HB 1258
SB1168/1222/1311/ SB 1331/HB 1959
1065/1258 - Consumer credit commissioner 1168 - Definition of a state agency 1222 - Texas State Technical College System 1311 - Conduction of marriage ceremonies 1331/1959 - Employment Retirement System 1991
38 92 SB 1094/HB 2554
SB 1103/1118/798/ 1206/1517
1094/2554 - Coastal Conservation Commission 1103 - Prevention of pollution 1118 - State Board of Education 798 - Public retirement system 1206 - Insurance programs 1517 - Immunization of students
38 93 SB 1484/1538/1596 1484 - Hospital districts 1538 - Regulation on certain business relations 1596 - State criminal justice system 1991
Note:For specific legislation titles see Master List of Bills as follows:
73rd Legislation 1993 Regular Session Box 62/File 28
38 94 Legislator Committee Assignments 1993
38 95 Constitutional Amendments 1993
38 96 HB 253 Uniform Jury Handbook 1993
38 97 HB 261 Requirement of corroboration of testimony 1993
38 98 HB 262 Student use fees at Tarleton State University 1993
38 99 HB 501 Creation of state jail division 1993
38 100 HB 535 Exemption from the nepotism law 1993
38 101 HB 536 Consent of person to the taking of breath or blood samples 1993
38 102 HB 537 Determining eligibility for parole 1993
38 103 HB 538 Deferral of final disposition of criminal complaints 1993
38 104 HB 539 Good time awarded for actual time in jail 1993
38 105 HB573 Preparation of post sentence report 1993
38 106 HB 727 73R3976 - Punishment as a capital offense of murders 1993
38 107 HB 727 73R5478 - Punishment as a capital offense of murders 1993
38 108 HB 905 Free trail transcripts for appeals 1993
38 109 HB 1077 Corporate revenue of industrial development corporations 1993
38 110 HB 1078 Instruction in drivers ed courses on drunk driving 1993
38 111 HB 1210 Compensation of board of directors of Coryell City Water Supply District 1993
38 112 HB 1211 73R5051 - Tax rate of Comanche County Hospital District 1993
38 80 HB 1211 73R10055 - Tax rate of Comanche County Hospital District 1993
39 114 HB 1235 Punishments involving controlled substances 1993
39 115 HB 1313 Definition of gambling device 1993
39 116 HB 1314 Criminal offenses involving prohibited substances 1993
39 117 HB 1400 Suspension of drivers license of minorities 1993
39 118 HB 1493 Transfer of persons from Texas Youth Commission 1993
39 119 HB 1828 Personal property exempt from seizure 1993
39 120 HB 1939 Code of criminal procedure relating to bail 1993
39 121 HB 1940 Regulations of bail bondsmen 1993
39 122 HB 1941 Eligibility for membership on state boards and commissions 1993
39 123 HB 1993 Contributions and benefits from Judicial Retirement System of Texas 1993
39 124 HB 1994 Admissibility of evidence at punishment stage of trial 1993
39 125 HB 2303 Operation of board of pardons and parole 1993
39 126 HB 2304 State's liability for inmates released on medical furlough 1993
39 127 HB 2305 Operation of substance abuse treatment programs 1993
39 128 HB 21 Probation for adult offenders 1993
39 129 HJR 88 73R2825 - Amendment to limit the number of offices of constable in Comanche County 1993
39 130 HJR 88 73R7372 - Amendment to limit the number of offices of constable in Comanche County 1993
39 131 HJR 88 73R7373 - Amendment to limit the number of offices of constable in Comanche County 1993
39 132 HR 273 Congratulation of the Dublin Chamber of Commerce 1993
39 133 HR 311 Copperas Cove Day 1993
39 134 HR 411 100th birthday of Flora Antoinette Jones 1993
39 135 HR 746 Commending Dawson Cooper of Coryell County 1993
39 136 HR 802 Suspending limitation of conference committee jurisdiction 1993
39 137 HR 4092 The crime bill and its impact on Texas 1993
40 138 SB 1 Administrative drivers license revocation program 1993
40 139 SB 4 Products liability 1993
40 140 SB 13 Murder of individual under six years of age 1993
40 141 SB 25 Offense of harassment 1993
40 142 SB 274 Public restroom facilities 1993
40 143 SB 532 Creation of state jail divisions 1993
40 144 SB 1067 Side by Side Analysis 1993
40 145-148 SB 1067 Sentencing policy of the state and of the penal code 1993
40 149 SB 1067 Conference Committee 1993
40 150 SB 1067 Letters of Support 1993
40 151 73R463(1) Uniform Jury handbook 1993
40 152 73R21 Fee on sex offenders 1993
40 153 73R2674 Preparation of post sentence report 1993
40 154 73R4834 Honor Coopers Cove Junior High School junior historian club 1993
40 155 73R7880 Name change of Comanche County Hospital District to Cross Timbers Hospital District 1993
74th Legislature, 1995 - 1996
Note:For specific legislation titles see:
74th Legislation 1995
http://www.capitol.state.tx.us/tlo/billnbr.htm
41 156 Legislative Information System 1995
41 157 General Bills 1995
41 158 95Y424/95Y425 1995
41 159 HB 3 RE procedures for applying for a writ of habeas corpus by persons convicted of a felony and procedures for the compensation and appointment of counsel to represent certain persons charged with a capital felony. 1995
41 1 HB 44 RE creation of an offense to limit access by children to certain firearms and to firearms safety education for schoolchildren. 1995
41 161 - 162 HB 327 RE juvenile justice system, including the adjudication and disposition of children; providing for civil and criminal penalties. 1995
41 163 HB 327 Bill Analysis and Responses 1995
41 164 HB 1202 RE clarifying the authority of the Health and Human Services Commission to delegate to a health and human services agency the authority to operate all or part of the Medicaid program and to the powers and duties of that agency. 1995
41 165 HB 1203 RE directing the supreme court to adopt certain rules of civil procedure. 1995
41 166 HB 1204 RE punishment for contempt of certain persons who fail to respond to a jury summons. 1995
41 167 HB 1287 RE adjudication and disposition of children who engage in conduct punishable by a determinate sentence™ 1995
41 168 HB 1288 RE files and records of children who engage in delinquent conduct or conduct indicating a need for supervision. 1995
41 169 HB 1343 RE inmate grievances and frivolous or malicious litigation filed by inmates. 1995
42 170 HB 1391 RE free trial transcripts for appeals in which an affidavit of inability to pay costs has been filed. 1995
42 171 HB 1392 RE examination of a witness in a justice or municipal court. 1995
42 172 HB 1393 RE impaneling of a new jury after a jury fails to return a verdict. 1995
42 173 HB 1394 RE entered by a minor in justice or municipal court 1995
42 174 - 176 HB1395 RE dismissal of prosecutions of certain misdemeanor traffic offenses punishable by fine only. 74R5495/ 74R10793/ 74R13677 1995
42 177 HB 1396 RE certain reports and public records to be prepared by a personal bond office. 1995
42 178 HB 1433 RE eligibility for release on mandatory supervision of certain inmates of the institutional division of the TDCJ. 1995
42 179 HB 1572 RE civil and criminal consequences of an offense involving driving, boating, or flying while intoxicated. 1995
42 180 HB 1648 RE criminal jurisdiction of justice courts and certain municipal courts. 1995
42 181 HB 1684 RE children and family issues, including education and health and human services and juvenile justice issues; providing penalties. 1995
42 182 HB 1749 RE retrial of a case in a justice or municipal court after a mistrial has been declared. 1995
42 183 HB 1750 RE conditioning the release after conviction of a defendant on the filing of a bond. 1995
42 184 HB 1805 RE procedures for determining eligibility for parole of a defendant serving a life sentence after conviction of a capital felony. 1995
42 185 HB 1806 RE contempt of court in a justice court or municipal court. 1995
42 186 HB 2116 RE use of certain tax revenue for publicly owned airports. 1995
42 187 HB 2117 RE admissibility of evidence of other crimes, wrongs, or acts committed against a child in the prosecution of certain criminal cases. 1995
42 188 HB 2118 RE definition of gambling device; providing an exclusion of contrivances that are designed for amusement purposes. 1995
42 189 HB 2119 RE intermediate sanction facilities and the disposition of delinquent children. 1995
42 190 HB 2120 RE creation of the offense of obstruction of justice. 1995
42 191 HB 2269 RE authority of a county clerk to waive or reduce the fee imposed for copies of certain documents. 1995
42 192 HB 2275 RE application of the hotel occupancy tax to certain dormitories or other housing facilities. 1995
42 193 HB 2417 RE transfer of tax liens. 1995
42 194 HB 2418 RE bail, the forfeiture of bail, and the licensing and regulation of bail bondsmen. 1995
43 195 HB 2727 RE prosecution and punishment of certain criminal offenses and to the sentencing of certain defendants convicted of criminal offenses. 1995
43 196 HB 2728 RE period in which a person charged with certain traffic offenses is entitled to request a driving safety course for the purpose of obtaining a dismissal of the charge. 1995
43 197 HB 2729 RE detention of juveniles. 1995
43 198 HB 2730 RE expunction of certain criminal records. 1995
43 199 HB 2783 RE conditional grant program of the Texas DOT. 1995
43 200 - 201 HB 2907 RE creation of a Crime Victims' Institute in the Office of the Attorney General; creating the Crime Victims' Institute Fund, a dedicated fund in the state treasury. 74R10570 1995
43 202 HB 2908 Providing for severance of certain possessory interests from the property encumbered by such interests for ad valorem tax assessment purposes. 1995
43 203 HB 3194 RE dissolution of the DeLeon Hospital District and the Comanche County Hospital District and the creation of the Leon Valley Hospital District. 1995
43 204 HB 3195 RE Coryell County juvenile board. 1995
43 205 HR 87 Declaring January 31, 1995, as Copperas Cove Day at the Capitol. 1995
43 206 HR 128 Recognizing February 7, 1995, as Comanche Day at the Capitol. 1995
43 207 HR 179 Recognizing February 14, 1995, as Gatesville Day at the Capitol. 1995
43 208 HR 537 Declaring April 4, 1995, as Erath County Day at the Capitol. 1995
43 209 HR 538 Congratulating the Stephenville Yellow Jackets football team on its outstanding achievements. 1995
43 210 HR 1106 Honoring Mr. and Mrs. James Inabnet on their 50th wedding anniversary. 1995
43 211 HR 807 Honoring Judge Byron Leaird McClellan, Sr. 1995
43 212 - 215 SB 15 RE prosecution, punishment, and creation of certain criminal offenses and to the sentencing of and facilities for housing certain defendants convicted of criminal offenses. 74R12975 / Amendments / Projection of Paper Ready Jail Backlog 1995
44 216 - 217 SB 45 RE punishment, eligibility for parole, and parole release procedures for certain dangerous defendants. 74R13568 1995
44 218 SB 111 Re conditions of community supervision, parole, and release on mandatory supervision for defendants charged with or convicted of certain sexual offenses against or involving children. 1995
44 219 SB 141 RE prosecution of and punishment for an offense motivated by bias or prejudice. 1995
44 220 SB 349 RE payment of a fee to a court clerk in certain criminal cases and a fee for certification by the county clerk. 1995
44 221 SB 440 RE procedures for applying for a writ of habeas corpus by persons convicted of a felony and procedures for the compensation and appointment of counsel to represent certain persons charged with a capital felony. 1995
44 222 SB 720 RE offense of barratry. 1995
44 223 SB 1154 RE conditional grant program of the Texas DOT. 1995
44 224 SB 1276 RE creation and administration of the Crime Victims' Institute and advisory council and the Crime Victims' Institute account. 1995
44 225 SB 1396 RE altering the annexation status and the regulation of development of certain areas in certain municipalities and their extraterritorial jurisdiction. 1995
44 226 74R5188 RE criminal jurisdiction of justice courts 1995
44 227 74R11988 Amendment to SB 1995
44 228 74R12557 RE prosecution, punishment, and creation of certain criminal offenses 1995
Correspondence for 74th Legislature, 1995 - 1996 1995
44 229 HB 1 General Appropriations 1995
44 230 HB 3 RE procedures for applying for a writ of habeas corpus by persons convicted of a felony and procedures for the compensation and appointment of counsel to represent certain persons charged with a capital felony. 1995
44 231 HB 11/34 11-RE crime victim's right to appear in person before members of the Board of Pardons and Paroles. 34-RE offense of failing to require a passenger riding in a car to be secured by a safety belt. 1995
44 232 HB 35 RE privilege of a person's spouse not to be called as a witness in certain proceedings against the person. 1995
44 233 HB 41/44 41-RE punishment and eligibility for parole of defendants convicted of habitual acts of indecency with a child or sexual assault. 44-RE creation of an offense to limit access by children to certain firearms and to firearms safety education for schoolchildren. 1995
44 234 HB 62/65 62-RE jurisdiction over the Alamo. 65-RE capital murder by a peace officer, jailer, or guard of a person in custody. 1995
44 235 HB 72 RE issuance of a license to carry a concealed handgun; requiring of an applicant for the license a handgun proficiency and safety training course and a criminal background check; providing penalties. 1995
44 236 HB 92 RE persons convicted of the offense of driving while intoxicated. 1995
44 237 HB 111/SB 111/HB 80 111-RE storage and sale of certain vehicles. SB111-RE conditions of community supervision, parole, and release on mandatory supervision for defendants charged with or convicted of certain sexual offenses against or involving children. 80-RE punishment for the offense of driving while intoxicated. 1995
44 238 HB 115 RE standard of alcohol concentration used in defining the offense of driving while intoxicated. 1995
44 239 HB 124 RE creating the offense of sexual exploitation by a mental health services provider. 1995
44 240 HB 126 RE prohibition of the requirement of a polygraph examination of a complainant as a condition of charging a defendant accused of certain criminal offenses. 1995
44 241 HB 139/147 139-RE monthly benefits for surviving spouses of deceased members of the Teacher Retirement System of Texas. 147-RE abolishing the school district property tax and dedicating all lottery revenue, some sales taxes and certain other statewide taxes to education. 1995
44 242 HB 149 RE motor vehicle insurance coverage and liability for motor vehicle accidents; imposing civil and criminal penalties. 1995
44 243 HB 170/171 170-RE requirement that certain child support payments be forwarded by electronic funds transfer. 171-RE grand jury proceedings. 1995
44 244 HB 176/177 176-RE components of net income used in establishing rates of a gas utility. 177-RE exemption from ad valorem taxation of property owned by disabled veterans or by the surviving spouses and surviving minor children of disabled veterans. 1995
44 245 HB 201/221 201-RE certain requirements for registration or certification by the Texas Board of Professional Land Surveying. 221-RE civil and criminal consequences of an offense involving the operation of a motor vehicle by a person under the age of 21 while under the influence of alcohol. 1995
44 246 HB 230/236 230-RE removal of restrictions on investment of certain funds in businesses doing business in South Africa. 236-RE prohibiting contact with the victim as a mandatory condition of parole or mandatory supervision for certain offenders. 1995
44 247 HB 239/266 239-RE controlled killing of, or attempting to injure, certain uses of, and possession of certain dangerous wild animals; providing a criminal penalty. 266-RE special expenses paid on dismissal of complaints alleging certain traffic offenses. 1995
44 248 HB 285 RE individuals permitted to attend the execution of a capital felon. 1995
44 249 HB 299 RE violations of rules or statutes applicable to personal care facilities. 1995
44 250 HB 301 RE right of parents to choose the school their child attends through the use of education scholarships. 1995
44 251 HB 314 RE right of a crime victim to be heard at various stages of a criminal prosecution. 1995
44 252 HB 325/327 325-RE requiring public notice of an application for an authorization to store certain radioactive waste. 327-RE juvenile justice system, including the adjudication and disposition of children; providing for civil and criminal penalties. 1995
45 253 HB 346 RE alternative fuels program™ 1995
45 254 HB 359/3 359-RE breast - feeding in public or private places, including worksites. 3-RE certain procedures for perfecting a mechanic's, contractor's, or material men's lien; providing a criminal penalty. 1995
45 255 HB 365 RE prosecution of and punishment for an offense motivated by bias or prejudice. 1995
45 256 HB 368/369 368-RE creating the offense of transferring a handgun to a person who is the subject of a protective ™ 369-RE operation and funding of small employer health benefit plans. 1995
45 257 HB 380/382 380-RE creation of a criminal offense for the failure of a government officer, employee, or agent to perform certain duties required by law. 382-RE state employee contributions to the federal old age and survivors insurance program. 1995
45 258 HB 398/399 398-RE eligibility of certain high - cost gas for a reduction of the gas production tax. 399-RE authorization of an exemption from ad valorem taxation of boats and other equipment used in the commercial taking of fish™ 1995
45 259 HB 402/405 402-RE disqualification of a judge in a criminal case. 405-RE exemption of certain peace officers from provisions of the Private Investigators and Private Security Agencies Act. 1995
45 2 HB 421/422 421-RE allocating a portion of revenue from the oil and gas severance taxes to counties for road maintenance and improvement. 422-RE adoption of the Uniform Transfer On Death Security Registration Act. 1995
45 261 HB 467 RE taxation of fuel used in the repair of rolling stock. 1995
45 262 HB 500/505 500-RE transportation and the ad valorem taxation of certain manufactured homes. 505-RE certain acts of public accountants. 1995
45 263 HB 524 RE execution of a warrant for the arrest of a principal of a bail bond by a surety of the bond or a designated agent of the surety. 1995
45 264 HB 556 RE criminal offense of trespass on agricultural lands. 1995
45 265 HB 5 RE repeal of the ad valorem tax exemption for the Nature Conservancy of Texas. 1995
45 266 HB 564 RE requiring certain home - rule municipalities to obtain annexation approval from voters in the area to be annexed. 1995
45 267 HB 573/579 573-RE execution of persons with mental retardation. 579-RE creation of an offense for the possession of certain weapons in a school zone. 1995
45 268 HB 595 RE court - ordered mental health services for a sexually violent predator. 1995
45 269 HB 7 RE requirements for licensing as a professional counselor. 1995
45 270 HB 619 RE requiring the use of protective helmets for bicycle safety; providing criminal penalties. 1995
45 271 HB 659 RE voluntary termination of parental rights. 1995
45 272 HB 667 RE regulation of auctions and auctioneers. 1995
45 273 HB 668 RE civil remedies for deceptive, unfair, or discriminatory practices and certain related consumer claims. 1995
45 274 HB 669 RE quarantine of rabid animals. 1995
45 275 HB 683 RE exemption from the oil and gas production taxes for marginal oil and gas ™ 1995
45 276 HB 701 RE limiting to 10 the number of paid holidays that may be taken by a state employee during a fiscal year. 1995
45 277 HB 744 REtort reform. 1995
45 278 HB 749 RE voluntary, consensual encumbrance on homestead property for the purpose of an equity loan. 1995
45 279 HB 756 RE provision of interpreters, telecommunication devices, and other services for deaf or hearing - impaired persons who are arrested or confined. 1995
45 280 HB 777 RE creating an offense for engaging in certain conduct associated with a performance harmful to a minor. 1995
45 281 HB 809 RE purposes for which funds received by local crime stoppers programs may be used. 1995
45 282 HB 814 RE restoration, operation, and maintenance of certain historic cemeteries. 1995
45 283 HB 829 RE authority of the voters of a county to authorize the county to regulate the sale, possession, or use of fireworks; providing a criminalpenalty. 1995
45 150 HB 844 RE eligibility for and the provision of AFDC and Medicaid benefits. 1995
45 285 HB 876 RE joint or separate prosecution of multiple defendants charged with offenses arising from the same criminal transaction. 1995
45 286 HB 884 RE harmful performance in the presence of a minor; providing a penalty. 1995
45 287 HB 888 RE correction of an ad valorem tax appraisal roll. 1995
45 288 HB 889 RE prohibition on merger transactions involving out - of - state banks and a prohibition on interstate branches. 1995
45 289 HB 900 REfranchise tax and property tax credit for certain corporations for payment of certain tuition. 1995
45 290 HB 930 RE benefits payable by the Teacher Retirement System of Texas. 1995
45 291 HB 971 RE health care liability claims. 1995
45 292 HB 982 RE children's trust fund and the Children's Trust Fund of Texas Council operating fund; making an appropriation. 1995
45 293 HB 1001 RE regulation of subdivisions in economically distressed areas and the delivery of water and sewer services to economically distressed subdivisions; providing civil and criminal penalties. 1995
45 294 HB 1041 RE filing of a late application for a residence homestead exemption from ad valorem taxation. 1995
45 295 HB 1043/1048 1043-RE testimony of an accomplice in a criminal proceeding. 1048-RE creation of the Texas Health Care Information Council; providing civil penalties. 1995
45 296 HB 1057 RE freedom of choice of a health care provider by insured individuals. 1995
45 297 HB 10 RE consideration of environmental externalities. 1995
45 298 HB 1066 RE rule making authority of the Texas Board of Chiropractic Examiners. 1995
45 399 HB 1085 RE authority of counties to contract with private entities for the collection of child support and to electronic transfer of the support payments. 1995
45 300 HB 1087 RE county strategic plan. 1995
45 301 HB 1091 RE consolidation of the Texas Workers' Compensation Research Center™ 1995
46 302 HB 1094 RE delinquency charges in retail charge agreements. 1995
46 303 HB 1142 RE regulation of the practice of naturopathic medicine; providing penalties. 1995
46 304 HB 1157 RE administration of the Texas Guaranteed Student Loan Corporation. 1995
46 305 HB 1172 RE right of a patient or the patient's representative to a copy of the patient's medical records and to the charge for providing the copy. 1995
46 306 HB 1183 RE bicycle safety. 1995
46 307 HB 1193 RE regulation of orthotists and prosthetists; providing a civil penalty. 1995
46 308 HB 1205 RE funding of the Texas Real Estate Research Center from certain real estate broker and salesman fees. 1995
46 309 HB 1219 RE handling and quarantine of certain animals; providing a penalty. 1995
46 310 HB 1237 RE certain credits against severance taxes for the use of 3 - D seismic technology. 1995
46 311 HB 1150/1289 1150-RE governance of client care for mental health and mental retardation in certain areas. 1289-RE reporting requirement applicable to certain financial institutions; providing a civil penalty. 1995
46 312 HB 1290 RE prosecution of the offense of sexual assault. 1995
46 313 HB 1313/1314 1313-RE Texas Seafood - Linked Industries Research, Educational, and Consumer Safety Program; making an appropriation. 1314-RE use of a motor vehicle by a peace officer in pursuit of a person. 1995
46 314 HB 1334 RE protection of the rights and health of women using or considering the use of abortion services; providing penalties. 1995
46 315 HB 1335 RE eligibility for a franchise tax exemption of a credit union that accepts a member who is not included in the credit union's definable community of interest. 1995
46 316 HB 1345 RE tests for HIV infection of pregnant women or on delivery of a child. 1995
46 317 HB 1349 RE consolidation of certain programs regarding unemployment compensation, job training, labor and employment, and workforce development, the creation of a statewide workforce development system, and the operations of the Texas Employment Commission. 1995
46 318 HB 1352 RE summary judgments in civil actions. 1995
46 319 HB 1370/1379 1370-RE offense of unauthorized absence from a community corrections facility, county correctional center, or correctional assignment site. 1379-RE registration, release, and supervision of sexual offenders. 1995
46 320 HB 1519 RE licensing and regulation of licensed hypnotherapists. 1995
46 321 HB 1550 RE imposition and collection of sales tax from a staff leasing service company. 1995
46 322 HB 1572 RE civil and criminal consequences of an offense involving driving, boating, or flying while intoxicated. 1995
46 323 HB 1575 RE nurse aides in certain nursing facilities funded through the state Medicaid program. 1995
46 324 HB 11 RE registration of and reporting by charitable organizations; providing penalties. 1995
46 325 HB 1612 RE application to religious facilities of the law relating to architectural barriers. 1995
46 326 HB 1646 RE imposition, collection, and enforcement of taxes. 1995
46 327 HB 1678 RE salaries and fees for services of certain prosecutors. 1995
46 328 HB 1705/1708 1705-RE agreements between manufacturers or distributors of certain boats or outboard motors and dealers of those goods; providing a civil penalty. 1708-RE effective date of a county sales and use tax for the purpose of financing the operation of a crime control and prevention district. 1995
46 329 HB 1773/1775 1773-RE authority of certain school districts to establish an ad valorem tax rate that exceeds the rate limitation imposed on school districts. 1775-RE permit and license requirements for the Texas Low - Level Radioactive Waste Disposal Authority. 1995
46 330 HB 1785 RE certain Parks and Wildlife Department admissions fees, license requirements, and exemptions. 1995
46 331 HB 1807/SB 833/HB 1808 1807-RE application of the sales and use tax to certain aircraft. 833-RE application of the sales and use tax to certain aircraft. 1808-RE franchise tax credit for payments made to certain medical savings accounts. 1995
46 332 HB 1820 RE regulation of electric cooperative corporations. 1995
46 333 HB 1863 RE eligibility for and the provision of services and programs for needy people™ 1995
46 334 HB 1882 RE installment payments of ad valorem taxes imposed on the residence homestead of a disabled person. 1995
46 335 HB 1901/1930 1901-RE subsequent evidentiary search warrants. 1930-RE offense of theft of public library property. 1995
46 336 HB 2011/2033 2011-RE compensation of certain school district employees. 2033-RE tax rate for rural fire prevention districts. 1995
46 337 HB 2058 RE regulation of video draw poker; imposing a tax; providing civil and criminal penalties. 1995
46 338 HB 2065 RE enterprise zones. 1995
46 339 HB 2090 RE incentives for motor vehicles propelled by liquefied gas. 1995
46 340 HB 2102/2106 2102-RE use of numbered tags on certain fishing lines used in public waters. 2106-RE regulation of business brokers. 1995
46 341 HB 2114/2115 2114-RE composition of a county bail bond board. 2115-RE creating an offense for the possession of aerosol paint by a person younger™ 1995
46 342 HB 2117 RE admissibility of evidence of other crimes, wrongs, or acts committed against a child in the prosecution of certain criminal cases. 1995
46 343 HB 2128 RE regulation of telecommunications utilities, to the provision of telecommunications and related services, and to the continuation of the PUC of Texas. 1995
46 344 HB 2185 RE assessment of court costs for certain criminal offenses. 1995
46 345 HB 2188 RE regulation of orthodontists and prosthetists; providing a civil penalty. 1995
46 346 HB 2279 RE property owner's or contractor's liability for certain claims. 1995
46 347 HB 2294 RE regulation of Groundwater; granting the power of eminent domain. 1995
46 348 HB 2313 RE abolition of the Lamar University System and the transfer of the institutions in that system to the Texas State University System, and to the actions and functions of the board of regents of the Texas State University System. 1995
46 349 HB 2325/2334 2325-RE payroll deductions in certain municipalities. 2334-RE local access to certain services for the elderly. 1995
46 350 HB 2338/2382 2338-RE regulation of automobile brokering. 2382-RE training of food service workers. 1995
46 351 HB 2404/2406 2404-RE exemption from ad valorem taxation of certain leased motor vehicles. 2406-RE debt cancellation contracts offered by banks with certain installment loan transactions. 1995
46 352 HB 2409 RE use of hotel occupancy tax revenue by certain municipalities. 1995
47 353 HB 2441 RE amendment, extension, or renewal of a permit for a solid waste facility. 1995
47 354 HB 2447 RE municipal short - term automobile rental tax by certain municipalities 1995
47 355 HB 2452/24 2452-RE prohibiting the use of electroconvulsive therapy; providing a penalty. 24-RE possession, purchase, sale, distribution, and receipt of cigarettes and tobacco products; providing penalties. 1995
47 356 HB 2472 RE offense of cruelty to animals. 1995
47 357 HB 2473 RE audits to determine compliance with certain laws, rules, and regulations; providing penalties. 1995
47 358 HB 2477 RE authorizing the School Land Board to allow owners of the soil to waive agency rights and to lease oil, gas, and other minerals in, on, and under mineral classified lands 1995
47 359 HB2491 RE certain environmental permitting procedures of the Texas Natural Resource Conservation Commission. 1995
47 3 HB 2496 RE funding of mass transportation projects. 1995
47 361 HB 2505/2506 2505-RE commercial animal feed; providing a penalty. 2506-RE child - care facilities. 1995
47 362 HB 2514 RE jury's right to determine the law in criminal and certain civil cases. 1995
47 363 HB 2528 RE sales and use tax exemptions for religious, educational, credit unions, and public service organizations. 1995
47 364 HB 2563 RE initiatives for small businesses and rights and remedies under The Securities Act. 1995
47 365 HB 23/28 23-RE liability of certain volunteer fire departments. 28-RE exemption from ad valorem taxation of certain tangible personal property held at a location for not more than a specified period. 1995
47 366 HB 2613 RE exemption from ad valorem taxation of property owned by a religious organization. 1995
47 367 HB 2671 RE licensing and regulation of the practice of art therapy; providing a penalty 1995
47 368 HB 2677 RE civil liability of certain chambers of commerce. 1995
47 369 HB 2723 RE reciprocal discovery by the prosecution and defense in the trial of a criminal case. 1995
47 370 HB 2727 RE prosecution and punishment of certain criminal offenses and to the sentencing of certain defendants convicted of criminal offenses. 1995
47 371 HB 2766 RE providing fairness and choice to patients and providers under managed care health benefit plans. 1995
47 372 HB 2772 RE forfeiture of a motor vehicle used immediately preceding, during, or in immediate flight after the commission of certain offenses. 1995
47 373 HB 2823 RE stalking and a magistrate's protective order. 1995
47 374 HB 2828/2885 2828-RE financing of homeless assistance programs through a fee on certain real estate transactions. 2885-RE payment of wages through electronic funds transfer. 1995
47 375 HB 2913/2928 2913-RE offense of delivering aerosol paint to a person younger than 18 years of age. 2928-RE definition of hotel for purposes of the county hotel occupancy tax. 1995
47 376 HB 2940/2949 2940-RE appraisal and ad valorem taxation of certain types of personal property; providing penalties. 2949-RE use of certain court services and facilities after a change of venue has been ordered in a criminal proceeding. 1995
47 377 HB 2973/SB 1237 RE smoking in public places and places of employment; providing criminal penalties. 1995
47 378 HB 3021 RE regulation of bingo; providing penalties. 1995
47 379 HB 3090 RE authority of certain nurses to exercise limited authority to prescribe drugs. 1995
47 380 HB 3104 RE exemption of certain charitable gift annuities from regulation under the Insurance Code. 1995
47 381 HB 3105 RE appraisal of real property used for the permitted disposal of solid waste. 1995
47 382 HB 3120/3128 3120 - RE certain nursing facilities receiving reimbursement under the state Medicaid program. 3128 - RE regulation of driver training; providing a penalty. 1995
47 383 HCR 4/18 4 - RE Authorizing the State Preservation Board to provide for the planting of a tree on the Capitol grounds in memory of Dorothy Sanders. 18 - RE Authorizing a delegation to represent Texas at a Conference of the States. 1995
47 384 HCR 76 RE Authorizing the legislature to intervene in the Ruiz prison case and other cases involving the state correctional system ™ 1995
47 385 HCR 95/127 95 - RE In memory of state trooper Troy Merle Hogue. 127 - RE Memorializing the Congress of the United States to permit states to establish a 65 mph speed limit on certain highways. 1995
47 386 HJR 3/SJR 36 RE Proposing a constitutional amendment to authorize the legislature to exempt from ad valorem taxation™ 1995
47 387 HJR 5/ 59 5 - RE Proposing a constitutional amendment relating to regulation by the legislature of a prosecutor's preparation for trial. 59 - RE 1995
47 388 HJR 86/132 86 - RE Proposing a constitutional amendment relating to regulation by the legislature of a prosecutor's preparation for trial. 132 - RE Proposing a constitutional amendment to allow for the abolition or re - establishment of certain county offices. 1995
48 389 SB 1 RE education system, including the operation and administration of schools; making conforming amendments; providing penalties. 1995
48 390 SB 3/5 3 - RE regulation of motor carriers; providing civil, administrative, and criminal penalties. 5 - RE state financing of public school facilities. 1995
48 391 SB 9 RE functions and systems and programs administered by the Teacher Retirement System of Texas. 1995
48 392 SB 10 RE development of a health care delivery system under the state Medicaid program that results in cost savings to the state. 1995
48 393 SB 11 RE transfer of Texas A&M International University from The Texas A&M University System to The University of Texas System and to changing the name of that university. 1995
48 394 SB 14 RE protecting private real property rights from certain actions of this state or a political subdivision of this state. 1995
48 395 SB 15 RE prosecution, punishment, and creation of certain criminal offenses and to the sentencing of and facilities for housing certain defendants convicted of criminal offenses. 1995
48 396 SB 19 RE delay of the vehicle emissions inspection and maintenance program; making an appropriation. 1995
48 397 SB 25 RE exemplary damages in civil suits. 1995
48 398 SB 26 RE civil remedies for deceptive trade practices. 1995
48 399 SB 28 RE responsibility for, and recovery of, damages in certain civil actions. 1995
48 400 SB 32 RE venue for civil actions. 1995
48 401 SB 45 RE punishment, eligibility for parole, and parole release procedures for certain dangerous defendants. 1995
48 402 SB /HB 72 RE issuance of a license to carry a concealed handgun; requiring of an applicant for the license a handgun proficiency and safety training course and a criminal background check; providing penalties. 1995
48 403 SB 83 RE parental notification before an abortion may be performed on a minor; providing a criminal penalty. 1995
48 404 SB 88/HB 124 88/HB 124 - RE creating the offense of sexual exploitation by a mental health services provider. 1995
48 405 SB 95 RE recall of an elected official in a general - law municipality. 1995
48 406 SB 101/102 101 - RE payment of an ad valorem tax under protest. 102 - RE state employee contributions to the federal old age and survivors insurance program. 1995
48 407 SB 121 RE voluntary establishment of paternity. 1995
48 408 SB 132 RE granting of pawnshop licenses and to public notification of an application for a pawnshop license in certain counties. 1995
48 409 SB 141 RE prosecution of and punishment for an offense motivated by bias or prejudice. 1995
48 410 SB 158 RE issuance of cease and desist orders by the Texas Commission on Alcohol and Drug Abuse. 1995
48 411 SB 170/178 170 - RE access to state funds for adult education. 178 - RE vehicle emissions inspection and maintenance program. 1995
48 412 SB 198 RE distribution, sale, and use of rabies vaccine. 1995
48 413 SB 201 RE dedicating interest earned on trust accounts of certain financial institutions to the state housing trust fund. 1995
48 414 SB 210 RE punishment of theft committed against elderly individuals. 1995
48 415 SB 252/HB 889 RE interstate banking and branching in Texas. 1995
48 416 SB 266 RE exemption from the regulation of air conditioning and refrigeration contractors. 1995
48 417 SB 280 RE grounds for reversing a criminal case on appeal. 1995
48 418 SB 281 RE punishment for the offense of evading arrest or detention and certain civil consequences of using a vehicle to evade arrest or detention. 1995
48 419 SB 290 RE delay of the employer trip reduction program. 1995
49 420 SB 301 RE voluntary, consensual encumbrance on homestead property for the purpose of an equity loan. 1995
49 421 SB 312 RE county regulation of subdivisions. 1995
49 422 SB 313 RE abolition of certain district courts, the creation of additional district courts, and the election of district court judges in certain counties. 1995
49 423 SB 322/337 322 - RE extensions of orders for pen registers or trap and trace devices. 337 - RE requiring the use of protective helmets for bicycle safety. 1995
49 424 SB 345 RE tax abatement, reinvestment zones, and the refund of certain taxes by the comptroller to reimburse certain taxes paid on property™ 1995
49 425 SB 351 RE clarifying procedures for the removal of organs or tissues from decedents when an inquest is required. 1995
49 426 SB 357 RE authority of certain law enforcement agencies to establish a checkpoint on a street or highway to determine whether persons are driving while intoxicated. 1995
49 427 SB 3 RE continuation and functions of the Texas Commission on the Arts. 1995
49 428 SB 373 RE continuation, operations, and functions of the Public Utility Commission of Texas and the Office of Public Utility Counsel; providing penalties. 1995
49 429 SB 388/391 388 - RE applicability of the open records law to certain incarcerated individuals. 391 - RE recovery from certain insured of payments made by the Texas Property and Casualty Insurance Guaranty Association. 1995
49 430 SB 400 RE application of the doctrine of forum non conveniens to certain actions. 1995
49 431 SB 432/437 432 - RE validation of acts and proceedings of certain counties regarding non hazardous solid waste disposal. 437 - RE requiring a county to report on its expenditure of funds required to be used for highways. 1995
49 432 SB 438 RE operation of overweight vehicles on highways and inspection of certain bridges; providing criminal penalties. 1995
49 433 SB 445 RE offense of operation of a vehicle with a child in an open bed of the vehicle or in the open bed of a trailer being towed by the vehicle. 1995
49 434 SB 461 RE rule making authority under the state's program to assist historically underutilized businesses to transact business with the state. 1995
49 435 SB 473/476 473 - RE offense of not using protective headgear required for motorcycle operators and passengers. 476 - RE regulation of the practice of naturopathic medicine; providing penalties. 1995
49 436 SB 489/490 489 - RE disclosure of certain information by a person licensed to sell real estate. 490 - RE premium discounts by certain insurance companies for persons installing home security devices. 1995
49 437 SB 520 RE eligibility for retirement and benefits under the Texas Municipal Retirement System. 1995
49 438 SB 541 RE custody and control of the Alamo and the Alamo fund. 1995
49 439 SB 625/628 625 - RE filing of a notice of protest with an appraisal review board by an undesignated agent. 628 - RE access to pharmaceutical services through certain managed care health plans. 1995
49 440 SB 640 RE imposition, collection, and enforcement of taxes; providing penalties. 1995
49 441 SB 662 RE certain agreements for the payment of subcontractors. 1995
49 442 SB 673 RE health care, including but not limited to powers and duties of the center for rural health initiatives, powers ™ 1995
49 443 SB 718 RE regulation of the practice of chiropractic; providing a penalty. 1995
49 444 SB 750 RE creation of a license management program for certain commercial fishing. 1995
49 445 SB 833/HB 1807 RE application of the sales and use tax to certain aircraft. 1995
49 446 SB 911 RE use of numbered tags on certain fishing lines used in public waters. 1995
49 447 SB 1026/1074 1026 - RE certain bonds executed by sureties. 1074 - RE operations of a grand jury; providing penalties. 1995
49 448 SB 1197 RE a special judge serving a county court. 1995
49 449 SB 1214 RE registration of and reporting by charitable organizations; providing penalties. 1995
49 450 SB 1226 RE child - care facilities. 1995
49 451 SB 1234 RE reimbursement of certain fees and taxes paid by a motor vehicle rental company; providing a civil penalty. 1995
49 452 SB 1237/HB 2973 Pre - empting City Public Smoking Policy 1995
49 453 SB 1250 RE authority of a charitable nonprofit corporation to serve as a trustee. 1995
49 454 SB 1303 RE practice of medicine, including the rehabilitation of impaired physicians and the unlicensed practice of medicine; providing a penalty. 1995
49 455 SB 1343 RE establishment and operation of a healthy start/healthy families program. 1995
49 456 SB 1346 RE creation of sports authorities and sports facility enterprise zones and to the financing of sports facilities. 1995
49 457 SB 1349/1361 1349 - RE subsequent evidentiary search warrants. 1361 - RE definition of the terms "emergency medical care," "emergency care," and "emergency services." 1995
49 458 SB 1582 RE creating the offense of obstruction of justice and the imposition of criminal penalties. 1995
49 459 SB 1679/1683 1679 - RE notice the seller of an interest in coastal area property is required to furnish the purchaser. 1683 - RE collection, management, and recycling of used oil and used oil filters; providing criminal penalties. 1995
49 4 SB 1696/1697 1696 - RE creation of development districts in certain counties; authorizing certain taxes, the issuance of bonds, and the exercise of eminent domain. 1697 - RE storage, processing, and disposal of radioactive waste, low - level waste, and mixed waste. 1995
49 461 SCR 101 RE Designating the battleship Texas as the official State Ship of Texas. 1995
49 462 SJR 16 RE Proposing a constitutional amendment abolishing the office of state treasurer. 1995
49 463 SJR 25 RE Proposing a constitutional amendment authorizing a voluntary, consensual encumbrance on homestead property for the purpose of an equity loan. 1995
49 464 SJR 36/HJR 3 RE Proposing a constitutional amendment to authorize the legislature to exempt from ad valorem taxation certain property of certain organizations chartered by the Congress of the Republic of Texas. 1995
49 465 SJR 46/47 46 - RE Proposing a constitutional amendment permitting an encumbrance to be fixed on homestead property ™ 47 - RE Proposing a constitutional amendment to authorize the voters of certain counties and certain political subdivisions to create a consolidated county government™ 1995
49 466 Request to set bills/calendars 1995
75th Legislature, 1997 - 1998
Note:For specific legislation titles see Master List of Bills as follows:
75th Legislation 1997 http://www.capitol.state.tx.us/tlo/billnbr.htm
50 487 Legislative Information System 75(R) 1997
50 468 HB 1 General Appropriations Bill 1997
50 469 HB 4 RE residence homestead school property tax exemptions and tax limitations... 1997
50 470 - 472 - HB 311 RE prosecution of certain offenses involving firearms, illegal knives, clubs, or prohibited weapons 1997
50 473 HB 312 RE offenses of tampering with a witness. 1997
50 474 HB 432 RE ineligibility of certain inmates for release on mandatory supervision. 1997
50 475 HB 547 RE eligibility for release on parole of certain inmates serving sentences for violent offenses. 1997
50 476 HB 749 RE discharge of criminal proceedings because of delay in prosecution. 1997
50 477 HB 806 RE prosecution of the offense of obstruction or retaliation. 1997
50 478 HB 921 Re statute of limitations for certain sexual offenses committed against children. 1997
50 479 HB 968 RE care and treatment of game fowl. 1997
50 480 HB 1185 RE fraudulent exercise of certain governmental functions and the fraudulent creation or use of certain pleadings, governmental documents, and records; providing penalties. 1997
50 481 - 482 HB 1230 RE place of detention for juveniles in certain counties and to the use or establishment of certain criminal detention facilities. 1997
50 483 HB 1235 RE authorizing the issuance of revenue bonds for certain public institutions of higher education. 1997
50 484 HB 1391 RE continuing education requirements for air conditioning and refrigeration contractors. 1997
50 485 HB 1452 RE poaching; providing a penalty.(see also HB 1941) 1997
51 486 HB 1613 RE creation of the offense of trademark counterfeiting. 1997
51 487 HB 1649 RE thwarting the compulsory school attendance law; providing a penalty. 1997
51 488 HB 1650 RE creating a commercial real estate broker's lien. 1997
51 489 HB 1747 RE procedures to deal with an individual who is in the criminal justice system and who has a mental illness or is a person with mental retardation. 1997
51 490 HB 1748 RE requiring that the board of directors of certain nonprofit corporations be elected at a statewide election. 1997
51 491 HB 1756 RE liability of Texas Youth Commission volunteers. 1997
51 492 HB 1779 RE Real Estate Research Center. 1997
51 493 HB 1941 RE poaching; providing a penalty.(see also HB 1452) 1997
51 494 HB 2247 RE liability of the operator of a railroad. 1997
51 495 HB 2323 RE repeal of archaic provisions in the Code of Criminal Procedure, the amendment of the code to conform to certain judicial decisions, and other technical corrections in the code. 1997
51 496 HB 2341 RE certification of bail bondsmen by the Texas Department of Licensing and Regulation; providing a penalty. 1997
51 497 HB 2634 RE administrative fees collected by community supervision and corrections departments. 1997
51 498 HB 2635 RE operation of state jail felony facilities and to the supervision of defendants convicted of state jail felonies. 1997
51 499 HB 2644 RE systems and programs administered by the Teacher Retirement System of Texas. 1997
51 500 HB 2778 RE directing payment, after approval, of certain miscellaneous claims and judgments against the state out of funds designated by this Act; making appropriations. 1997
51 501 HB 2825 RE use of inmate and probationer labor for state highway system projects. 1997
51 502 HB 2826 RE qualifications required for appointment as a community supervision and corrections department officer. 1997
51 503 HB 2827 RE death of an inmate in the custody of the Texas Department of Criminal Justice or imprisoned in a facility operated by or under contract with the department. 1997
52 504 HB 2828 RE public access to certain personal information about employees of the Texas Department of Criminal Justice and certain law enforcement personnel. 1997
52 505 HB 2829 RE disposition of restitution payments made to victims of crime. 1997
52 506 HB 2830 RE statutory lien to secure the amount of restitution to which a crime victim is entitled. 1997
52 507 HB 2836 RE providing individuals remedies for and protections against certain hateful acts; providing a penalty. 1997
52 508 HB 2837 RE certain filing fees and salaries of judges in the statutory county courts of certain counties. 1997
52 509 HB 2838 RE cash reserves in regional library systems. 1997
52 510 HB 2918 RE extension of a period of supervision under community supervision for a defendant charged with or convicted of certain sexual or sexually assaultive offenses 1997
52 511 HB 3056 RE use of a federal postcard application for early voting by mail. 1997
52 512 HB 3347 RE actions against certain insurers for wrongful failure to settle a health care liability claim. 1997
52 513 HB 3348 RE definition of physician in regard to medical liability. 1997
52 514 HB 3349 RE contract management projects for school districts. 1997
52 515 HB 3350 Responses 1997
52 516 HB 3350 RE criminal offenses applicable to gambling and gambling devices. 1997
52 517 HB 3351 RE transfer of the duties of the State Board of Education. 1997
52 518 HB 3352 RE arbitration of certain claims against the Texas Department of Criminal Justice arising from the construction of certain state correctional facilities. 1997
52 519 HB 3412 RE regulation of corporate sureties that write bail bonds. 1997
52 520 HB 3533 RE procedural provisions of health care liability claims. 1997
52 521 HB 39 RE boundaries, powers, administration, duties, finances, contracts, and terms of directors of the Upper Leon River Municipal Water District. 1997
52 522 HCR 105 Designating March 5, 1997, as Comanche County Day at the Capitol. 1997
52 523 HJR 9 Proposing a constitutional amendment to authorize Comanche County to have more than one precinct for justices of the peace and a single precinct for constable. 1997
52 524 HJR 114 Proposing a constitutional amendment relating to the abolition of the State Board of Education. 1997
52 525 HR 133 Honoring Marion McDaniel for his achievements as Poet Laureate of Comanche County. 1997
52 526 HR 204 Recognizing February 25, 1997, as Copperas Cove Day at the State Capitol. 1997
52 527 HR 265 Recognizing March 3, 1997, as Erath County Day at the State Capitol. 1997
52 528 HR 834 In memory of Francis C. Ward. 1997
52 529 HR 835 In memory of Mickey Mantle. 1997
52 530 HR 836 In memory of Kurtis Gerdel. 1997
52 531 HR 861 In memory of Helen Graves. 1997
52 532 HR 897 Congratulating the Hamilton High School golf team on winning the 1997 Class 2A State Championship. 1997
53 533 SB 1 RE Relating to the development and management of the water resources of the state; providing penalties. 1997
53 534 SB 1 Enrolled Senate Redistricting (OUT OF ORDER) 1991
53 535 SB 17 RE powers and duties of county hospital authorities. 1997
53 536 SB 35 RE operating a vehicle while intoxicated or under the influence of alcohol by a minor and other actions of a minor concerning the acquisition, possession, and use of alcohol; providing penalties. 1997
53 537 SB 35 Letters and Reports 1997
53 538 SB 35 Bill Analysis 1997
53 539 SB 35 Attorney General's Opinion 1997
53 540 SB 35 Testimony 1997
53 541 SB 55 RE regulation of the sale, distribution, and use of tobacco products; providing penalties. 1997
53 542 SB 68 RE priority given to the hearing of certain matters by trial courts. 1997
53 543 SB 114 RE procedural requirements and grounds for reversing a criminal case on appeal. 1997
53 544 SB 1 RE prosecution of the offense of tampering with or fabricating physical evidence and to the reporting of the existence of certain physical evidence; creating an offense. 1997
53 545 SB 166 RE deferral of proceedings for certain traffic offenses for completion of a driving safety course. 1997
53 546 SB 228 RE creation of the offense of trademark counterfeiting. 1997
53 547 SB 250 RE repeal of release to mandatory supervision and to parole procedures applicable to certain inmates of the TDCJ. 1997
54 548 SB 298 RE juvenile court detention orders. 1997
54 549 SB 467 RE prohibiting a peace officer or attorney representing the state from requiring that certain complainants submit to polygraph examinations. 1997
54 550 SB 551 RE exemption of certain persons from jury service. 1997
54 551 SB 572 RE transfer of the University of Central Texas to The Texas A&M University System or other university system. 1997
54 552 SB 573 RE creating a commercial real estate broker's lien. 1997
54 553 SB 627 RE certification of bail bondsmen by the Texas Department of Licensing and Regulation; providing a penalty. 1997
54 554 SB 663 RE authority of a judge to place a defendant convicted of a state jail felony on community supervision, to the supervision and confinement of those defendants,™ 1997
54 555 SB 674 RE prosecution of the offense of possession or promotion of child pornography. 1997
54 556 SB 758 RE creation of a graffiti offense™ 1997
54 557 SB 1102 RE systems and programs administered by the Employees Retirement System of Texas. 1997
54 558 SB 1246 RE establishment of a statewide rural health care system. 1997
54 559 SB 1544 RE public access to certain personal information about employees of the Texas Department of Criminal Justice and certain law enforcement personnel. 1997
54 580 75R3390 RECriminal Code of Conduct amend 1997
54 561 75R2120 RE repeal of archaic provisions in Code of Criminal Jurisprudence 1997
54 562 75R3504 RE extension of a period of supervision 1997
54 563 75R4122 RE ineligibility of certain inmates for release on mandatory supervision 1997
54 564 75R5139 RE punishment for the criminal offense of engaging in a deceptive business practice 1997
54 565 75R5180 RE operating a vehicle while intoxicated 1997
54 566 75R6220 RE creation of the offense of trademark counterfeiting 1997
54 567 75R6586 RE officers of the Real Estate Research Advisory Committee 1997
54 568 75R7027 RE value of property damaged or destroyed 1997
54 569 75R7031 RE Real Estate Research Advisory Committee 1997
54 570 75R7490(1) RE extension of a period of supervision 1997
54 571 75R7543 RE eligibility requirements for voting by persons convicted of a felony 1997
54 572 75R12500 RE procedures concerning early voting by persons using a federal postcard application 1997
54 573 75R14249 RE death of an inmate in the custody of the Texas Department of Criminal Justice 1997
54 574 98Y 522 Resolution on death of Roy William Brannan 1997
54 575 98Y 584 Resolution on death of Bradie Blaire Robertson 1997

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