1 HOUSE JOURNAL SEVENTY-NINTH LEGISLATURE, REGULAR SESSION PROCEEDINGS EIGHTH DAY MONDAY, JANUARY 31, 2005 The house met at 10 a.m. and was called to order by the speaker. The roll of the house was called and a quorum was announced present (Recordi17). Present Mr. Speaker; Allen, A.; Allen, R.; Alonzo; Anchia; Anderson; Baxter; Berman; Blake; Bohac; Bonnen; Branch; Brown, F.; Burnam; Callegari; Campbell; Casteel; Castro; Chavez; Chisum; Coleman; Cook, B.; Cook, R.; Corte; Crabb; Crownover; Davis, J.; Dawson; Delisi; Denny; Deshotel; Driver; Dukes; Dunnam; Dutton; Edwards; Eiland; Eissler; Elkins; Escobar; Farabee; Farrar; Flores; Flynn; Frost; Gallego; Gattis; Geren; Giddings; Gonzales; Gonzalez Toureilles; Goodman; Goolsby; Griggs; Grusendorf; Guillen; Haggerty; Hamilton; Hamric; Hardcastle; Harper-Brown; Hartnett; Hegar; Herrero; Hill; Hochberg; Hodge; Homer; Hope; Hopson; Howard; Hughes; Hunter; Hupp; Jackson; Jones, D.; Jones, J.; Keel; Keffer, B.; Keffer, J.; King, P.; King, T.; Kolkhorst; Krusee; Kuempel; Laney; Laubenberg; Leibowitz; Luna; Madden; Martinez; Martinez Fischer; McCall; McClendon; McReynolds; Menendez; Merritt; Miller; Moreno, J.; Moreno, P.; Morrison; Mowery; Naishtat; Nixon; Noriega, M.; Oliveira; Orr; Otto; Paxton; Peña; Pickett; Pitts; Quintanilla; Raymond; Riddle; Ritter; Rodriguez; Rose; Seaman; Smith, T.; Smith, W.; Smithee; Solis; Solomons; Strama; Swinford; Talton; Taylor; Thompson; Truitt; Turner; Uresti; Van Arsdale; Veasey; Villarreal; Vo; West; Wong; Woolley; Zedler. Absent, Excused Bailey; Brown, B.; Hilderbran; Isett; Olivo; Phillips; Puente; Reyna. Absent Davis, Y. STATEMENT OF VOTE When roll call was taken today, I was meeting with constituents. I was present after roll call but did not check in with the journal desk. Y. Davis The invocation was offered by Jerry Clark, pastor, First Baptist Church, Buna, as follows:
2 194 79th LEGISLATURE REGULAR SESSION Our Father, we come before you today to ask for your blessing and guidance upon the members of the Texas House of Representatives and their staff. We are grateful for the opportunities and responsibilities of life that are before us. Please help each of us to strive for those actions that are appropriate to engage the process about us and to serve the public of this great state. May your grace be with each family member and loved one who supports our presence here today. Help those who may be sick, bereaved, or with special needs. Please bless and protect the people of our military who are in the service of this nation. Be ever close to their families and loved ones. Please continue to bless this great nation and our beloved State of Texas. Grant unto us all the help to accomplish your kingdom s purposes. For we ask it in your name. Amen. The speaker recognized Representative Uresti who led the house in the pledges of allegiance to the United States and Texas flags. LEAVES OF ABSENCE GRANTED The following members were granted leaves of absence for today because of illness: B. Brown on motion of Van Arsdale. Isett on motion of Hupp. Olivo on motion of Rodriguez. Puente on motion of Rodriguez. Reyna on motion of Van Arsdale. The following members were granted leaves of absence for today because of important business in the district: Bailey on motion of Keel. Hilderbran on motion of Corte. Phillips on motion of Harper-Brown. CAPITOL PHYSICIAN The speaker recognized Representative Bonnen who presented Dr. Jimmy Clay Burns of West Columbia as the "Doctor for the Day." The house welcomed Dr. Burns and thanked him for his participation in the Physician of the Day Program sponsored by the Texas Academy of Family Physicians. (Edwards in the chair) MESSAGE FROM THE SENATE A message from the senate was received at this time (see the addendum to the daily journal, Messages from the Senate, Message No. 1). (Speaker in the chair)
3 Monday, January 31, 2005 HOUSE JOURNAL 8th Day 195 HCR 38 - ADOPTED (by Rose and Keel) Representative Rose moved to suspend all necessary rules to take up and consider at this time HCRi38. The following resolution was laid before the house: HCR 38, Recognizing January 2005 as National Stalking Awareness Month. HCR 38 was read and was adopted. On motion of Representative Oliveira, the names of all the members of the house were added to HCRi38 as signers thereof. INTRODUCTION OF GUESTS The speaker recognized Representative Rose who introduced Janet, Rick, and Dorina Cochman. (Edwards in the chair) HR ADOPTED (by Peña, Gonzales, Martinez, and Escobar) Representative Peña moved to suspend all necessary rules to take up and consider at this time HRi112. The following resolution was laid before the house: HR 112, Honoring St. Joseph Catholic School in Edinburg for its commitment to educational excellence. HR 112 was adopted. (Speaker in the chair) HR ADOPTED (by Dutton) Representative Dutton moved to suspend all necessary rules to take up and consider at this time HRi127. The following resolution was laid before the house: HR 127, Honoring Sandra Eyvette Humber on the occasion of her 50th birthday. HR 127 was adopted. HR ADOPTED (by Grusendorf) Representative Grusendorf moved to suspend all necessary rules to take up and consider at this time HRi130.
4 196 79th LEGISLATURE REGULAR SESSION The following resolution was laid before the house: HR 130,iCommending the sponsors of the sixth biennial Texas Capitol Schoolhouse event. HR 130 was read and was adopted. INTRODUCTION OF GUESTS The speaker recognized Representative Grusendorf who introduced teachers and students participating in the Texas Capitol Schoolhouse event. (Nixon in the chair) HR ADOPTED (by Giddings) Representative Giddings moved to suspend all necessary rules to take up and consider at this time HRi109. The following resolution was laid before the house: HR 109, Honoring Project CRAFT for the invaluable services it provides for the youth of Dallas County. (Speaker in the chair) HR 109 was adopted. HR 57 - ADOPTED (by Hamilton and Deshotel) Representative Hamilton moved to suspend all necessary rules to take up and consider at this time HRi57. The following resolution was laid before the house: HR 57, Recognizing January 31, 2005, as Orange County Day at the State Capitol. HR 57 was read and was adopted. INTRODUCTION OF GUESTS The speaker recognized Representative Hamilton who introduced a delegation from Orange County. HR ADOPTED (by Hamilton) Representative Hamilton moved to suspend all necessary rules to take up and consider at this time HRi125. The following resolution was laid before the house:
5 Monday, January 31, 2005 HOUSE JOURNAL 8th Day 197 HR 125, Honoring Victoria Enmon for her dedication to helping others. HR 125 was read and was adopted. On motion of Representative Deshotel, the names of all the members of the house were added to HRi125 as signers thereof. (J. Davis in the chair) COMMITTEE MEETING ANNOUNCEMENT The following committee meeting was announced: Public Education, 2 p.m. or upon final adjournment today, E2.036, for a formal meeting, for organizational purposes. (Speaker in the chair) PROVIDING FOR ADJOURNMENT Representative Dunnam moved that, at the conclusion of the reading of bills and resolutions on first reading and referral to committees, the house adjourn until 10 a.m. tomorrow in memory of Pauline Rosas Gobea of Waco. BILLS AND JOINT RESOLUTIONS ON FIRST READING AND REFERRAL TO COMMITTEES RESOLUTIONS REFERRED TO COMMITTEES Bills and joint resolutions were at this time laid before the house, read first time, and referred to committees. Resolutions were at this time laid before the house and referred to committees. (See the addendum to the daily journal, Referred to Committees, List No. 1.) (Edwards in the chair) ADJOURNMENT In accordance with a previous motion, the house, at 11:09 a.m., adjourned until 10 a.m. tomorrow. AAAAAADDENDUMAAAAA REFERRED TO COMMITTEES The following bills and joint resolutions were today laid before the house, read first time, and referred to committees, and the following resolutions were today laid before the house and referred to committees. If indicated, the chair today corrected the referral of the following measures:
6 198 79th LEGISLATURE REGULAR SESSION List No. 1 HB 3 (By J. Keffer), Relating to property tax relief and protection of taxpayers, taxes and fees, and other matters relating to the financing of public schools; providing civil and criminal penalties. HB 76 (By Hope), Relating to the operation of a watercraft while intoxicated. To Culture, Recreation, and Tourism. HB 77 (By Riddle), Relating to the operation of public schools on Memorial Day. To Public Education. HB 78 (By Riddle), Relating to the authority of a peace officer to make a warrantless arrest for the commission of family violence. To Juvenile Justice and Family Issues. HB 79 (By Riddle), Relating to the punishment for the offense of making a false report regarding a missing child or missing person. HB 80 (By Riddle), Relating to the persons authorized to draw a blood specimen from a vehicle operator to test for alcohol concentration or other intoxicating substances. To Law Enforcement. HB 81 (By Riddle), Relating to release by the comptroller of unclaimed property subject to a child support lien. To Government Reform. HB 82 (By Riddle), Relating to service of public school superintendents, principals, assistant principals, and other senior administrators as substitute teachers. To Public Education. HB 83 (By Riddle), Relating to the eligibility of certain criminal defendants for release on community supervision. HB 84 (By Riddle), Relating to criminal history records searches for volunteers in children s organized sports; imposing civil liability on certain persons or organizations. To Civil Practices. HB 85 (By Riddle), Relating to the release on bond of certain criminal defendants. HB 86 (By W. Smith), Relating to compliance histories for and incentives to reward compliance performance by entities regulated by the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality. To Environmental Regulation.
7 Monday, January 31, 2005 HOUSE JOURNAL 8th Day 199 HB 87 (By Reyna), Relating to the authority of a municipality to alter speed limits in an urban district within a municipality. To Transportation. HB 88 (By Rodriguez), Relating to restrictions on the disclosure of certain criminal history records and to the duty of law enforcement agencies regarding records associated with certain defendants. To Law Enforcement. HB 89 (By Rodriguez), Relating to requiring a person closing a real estate transaction to assist a purchaser or owner in applying for a residence homestead tax exemption. To Local Government Ways and Means. HB 90 (By Rodriguez), Relating to state taxes and financing schools through those taxes; providing penalties. To Public Education. HB 91 (By Rodriguez), Relating to the disclosure of certain public information collected by the Texas Department of Insurance. To Insurance. HB 92 (By Rodriguez), Relating to legislative lobbying by a housing authority; imposing a criminal penalty. To Urban Affairs. HB 93 (By Riddle), Relating to showing the cause of death on the death certificate of an inmate of the Texas Department of Criminal Justice who is lawfully executed. To Corrections. HB 94 (By Riddle), Relating to the punishment imposed on certain defendants charged with the offense of assault. HB 95 (By Alonzo), Relating to the identification information required of an applicant for a driver s license. To Law Enforcement. HB 96 (By Alonzo), Relating to the identification information required of an applicant for a driver s license. To Law Enforcement. HB 97 (By West), Relating to the Ector County Hospital District. To County Affairs. HB 98 (By Van Arsdale), Relating to certain appointments to the boards of metropolitan rapid transit authorities. To Transportation. HB 99 (By Van Arsdale), Relating to the conversion of certain nontoll state highways to toll highways. To Transportation.
8 200 79th LEGISLATURE REGULAR SESSION HB 100 (By Van Arsdale), Relating to the award of certain highway contracts by the Texas Department of Transportation. To Transportation. HB 101 (By Seaman, Dawson, et al.), Relating to funding for public school career and technology programs. To Appropriations. HB 102 (By Van Arsdale), Relating to the renewal requirements for a respiratory care practitioner certificate. To Public Health. HB 103 (By Van Arsdale), Relating to the punishment for the offense of possession of a gambling device, equipment, or paraphernalia. To Licensing and Administrative Procedures. HB 104 (By Van Arsdale), Relating to service contracts involving retired superintendents. To Public Education. HB 105 (By Van Arsdale), Relating to the liability of a parent or other person who has the duty of control and reasonable discipline of a child for certain conduct of the child. To Juvenile Justice and Family Issues. HB 106 (By F. Brown), Relating to the release of certain student information by a school district. To Public Education. HB 107 (By Van Arsdale), Relating to prohibiting actions brought against certain persons alleging injury relating to an individual s weight gain, obesity, or any health condition associated with weight gain or obesity. To Civil Practices. HB 108 (By Wong and Howard), Relating to limiting the maximum average annual increase in the appraised value of real property for ad valorem tax purposes to five percent. To Local Government Ways and Means. HB 109 (By Wong), Relating to the actuarial analysis and other information required for statutory changes to certain public retirement systems. To Pensions and Investments. HB 110 (By Wong), Relating to naming the circle drive around the State Capitol the Ronald Reagan Circle. To State Affairs. HB 111 (By Wong), Relating to allowing a municipality to set the amount of a fine for the violation of a municipal ordinance. To Urban Affairs. HB 112 (By Wong), Relating to a tax credit for certain corporations for certain purchases that promote healthy living for employees.
9 Monday, January 31, 2005 HOUSE JOURNAL 8th Day 201 HB 113 (By Wong), Relating to reporting of personal financial information by officers of certain school districts, junior college districts, and certain municipal retirement systems and reporting of expenditures to influence administrative action by certain school districts, junior college districts, and certain municipal retirement systems; providing civil and criminal penalties. To Elections. HB 114 (By Wong), Relating to the rate at which interest accrues in connection with the deferral or abatement of the collection of ad valorem taxes on the residence homestead of an elderly or disabled person. To Local Government Ways and Means. HB 115 (By Hilderbran), Relating to compliance by political subdivisions with unfunded legislative mandates. To State Affairs. HB 116 (By Geren), Relating to the establishment of a program to provide grants to make voluntary purchases of development rights in real property. To Natural Resources. HB 117 (By Y. Davis), Relating to the application of the franchise tax to certain entities. HB 118 (By Y. Davis), Relating to the repeal of certain tax exemptions and deductions. HB 119 (By Y. Davis), Relating to the repeal of certain sales tax exemptions and refunds. HB 120 (By Dawson), Relating to the creation of a donor education, awareness, and registry program and the establishment of an organ donor and tissue council. To Public Health. HB 121 (By Chavez), Relating to the exemption from ad valorem taxation of tangible personal property held temporarily at a location in this state for assembling, storing, manufacturing, processing, or fabricating purposes. To Local Government Ways and Means. HB 122 (By Naishtat), Relating to services provided by certain mental health professionals under the Medicaid program. To Public Health. HB 123 (By Naishtat), Relating to a feasibility study regarding required forensic medical examination instruction for students enrolled in certain medical or nursing degree programs. To Higher Education.
10 202 79th LEGISLATURE REGULAR SESSION HB 124 (By Naishtat), Relating to an increase in the cigarette tax and to the use of that increase for certain health and human services programs. HB 125 (By Berman), Relating to liability for injury arising from a motor vehicle accident. To Civil Practices. HB 126 (By Berman), Relating to the penalty for tampering with a governmental record required for enrollment in a public school. HB 127 (By Berman), Relating to counties required to operate a juvenile justice alternative education program. To Public Education. HB 128 (By Berman), Relating to limits placed on coverage amounts of certain group life insurance policies. To Insurance. HB 129 (By Berman, Orr, R. Cook, and Blake), Relating to the authority to require a convicted person to perform manual labor for a nonprofit organization. To Corrections. HB 130 (By T. Smith), Relating to undergraduate course credit granted by certain public institutions of higher education for completion of the international baccalaureate diploma program. To Higher Education. HB 131 (By Thompson), Relating to the eligibility for unemployment compensation benefits of certain employees who provide at-home infant care after the birth or adoption of a child. To Economic Development. HB 132 (By Hilderbran), Relating to the rate of the county health services sales and use tax. To Local Government Ways and Means. HB 133 (By F. Brown), Relating to the award of academic credit to a student at an institution of higher education for the completion of certain military training. To Higher Education. HB 134 (By Rose), Relating to permissible uses of money in the comprehensive rehabilitation fund. To Human Services. HB 135 (By Solomons), Relating to regulation of health spas. To Public Health. HB 136 (By Alonzo), Relating to the identification information required of an applicant for a driver s license. To Law Enforcement.
11 Monday, January 31, 2005 HOUSE JOURNAL 8th Day 203 HB 137 (By Paxton), Relating to "Welcome to Texas" signs. To Culture, Recreation, and Tourism. HB 138 (By Hopson), Relating to the amount of hazardous duty pay for certain state employees. To Appropriations. HB 139 (By Hopson), Relating to the hazardous duty performed by certain custodial officers of the Texas Department of Criminal Justice. To Pensions and Investments. HB 140 (By Farrar), Relating to grounds for refusal to renew certain wine and beer retailer s permits. To Licensing and Administrative Procedures. HB 141 (By Farrar), Relating to hours of operation of premises of certain beer and wine permit holders. To Licensing and Administrative Procedures. HB 142 (By Farrar), Relating to the location of certain wine and beer retailers. To Licensing and Administrative Procedures. HB 143 (By Farrar), Relating to the prohibition of employment discrimination on the basis of sexual orientation or gender identity. To Business and Industry. HB 144 (By Farrar), Relating to the punishment for the offense of burglary of vehicles. HB 145 (By Farrar), Relating to an abortion when a fetal abnormality is detected. To State Affairs. HB 146 (By Farrar), Relating to an abortion for a victim of incest or sexual assault. To State Affairs. HB 147 (By Casteel), Relating to the composition of the Comal County Juvenile Board. To Judiciary. HB 148 (By Harper-Brown), Relating to the probationary period of persons appointed to beginning positions in certain fire or police departments. To Urban Affairs. HB 149 (By Peña), Relating to the admissibility of evidence of an alleged victim s past sexual behavior or alleged sexual predisposition. To Civil Practices. HB 150 (By Reyna), Relating to the eligibility of a person to be appointed to serve on certain civil service commissions. To Urban Affairs.
12 204 79th LEGISLATURE REGULAR SESSION HB 151 (By Truitt and Alonzo), Relating to the punishment for the offense of burglary of a vehicle. HB 152 (By Homer), Relating to a project of a development corporation in connection with a military base. To Defense Affairs and State-Federal Relations. HB 153 (By F. Brown), Relating to certain requirements for construction contracts with governmental entities. To Business and Industry. HB 154 (By F. Brown), Relating to requiring institutions of higher education to report potential savings through contracting with local governments. To Higher Education. HB 155 (By Y. Davis), Relating to the application of the sunset review process to certain exemptions from property taxes and state taxes. HB 156 (By B. Cook), Relating to the eligibility of certain law enforcement officers to participate in a low-interest home loan program offered by the state. To Urban Affairs. HB 157 (By B. Cook), Relating to the conditions of community supervision for certain persons convicted of an intoxication offense. HB 158 (By P. King), Relating to exempting certain school districts from certain laws and rules. To Public Education. HB 159 (By Talton), Relating to expenditures of funds by a political subdivision to advertise a referendum. To Urban Affairs. HB 160 (By McCall), Relating to motor vehicles equipped with recording devices. To Transportation. HB 161 (By McCall), Relating to an exemption from the sales tax for nonvehicular fuel cells. HB 162 (By McCall), Relating to notifying certain providers of emergency care of possible exposure to certain reportable diseases. To Public Health. HB 163 (By Berman), Relating to the punishment for the offenses of forgery, credit or debit card abuse, and fraudulent use or possession of identifying information.
13 Monday, January 31, 2005 HOUSE JOURNAL 8th Day 205 HB 164 (By Berman, Flynn, Phillips, Madden, Driver, et al.), Relating to the civil and criminal consequences of engaging in certain conduct related to the manufacture of methamphetamine and to the distribution and retail sales of pseudoephedrine; providing penalties. HB 165 (By Guillen), Relating to the purposes for which the system benefit fund may be used. To Regulated Industries. HB 166 (By Peña and Hochberg), Relating to the use of direct recording electronic voting machines. To Elections. HB 167 (By W. Smith), Relating to the use of the development project fund by a municipal development district. To Urban Affairs. HB 168 (By Deshotel), Relating to the hours for selling alcoholic beverages at certain events. To Licensing and Administrative Procedures. HB 169 (By Deshotel), Relating to exempting certain individuals from general fishing license fees. To Culture, Recreation, and Tourism. HB 170 (By Deshotel), Relating to supplemental environmental projects in local communities and site-specific air quality monitoring for certain facilities. To Environmental Regulation. HB 171 (By Dukes), Relating to caseload assignments for certain employees of the Department of Family and Protective Services. To Human Services. HB 172 (By Dukes), Relating to ordering criminal defendants to pay restitution on conviction of certain offenses involving the making of a false statement or report. HB 173 (By Hochberg and Menendez), Relating to the licensing of Canadian pharmacies to sell prescription medicines to Texas residents. To Public Health. HB 174 (By Thompson, Farrar, Y. Davis, Villarreal, and Rodriguez), Relating to emergency services for sexual assault survivors. To Public Health. HB 175 (By Chisum), Relating to allowing a lodge or other local organization affiliated with a grand lodge or similar charitable or benevolent institution or order incorporated under state law to hold a charitable raffle. To Licensing and Administrative Procedures. HB 176 (By Mowery), Relating to the imposition of a minimum franchise tax. HB 177 (By Mowery), Relating to the selection of the board of directors of an appraisal district. To Local Government Ways and Means.
14 206 79th LEGISLATURE REGULAR SESSION HCR 36 (By W. Smith, Escobar, Berman, et al.), Giving legislative authorization to a Vietnam War monument for the Capitol grounds, subject to state law and rules of the State Preservation Board. To House Administration. HJR 13 (By Branch), Proposing a constitutional amendment to require each house of the legislature to take a record vote on final passage of a bill and to publish the record vote on the Internet. To State Affairs. HJR 16 (By Wong), Proposing a constitutional amendment authorizing the legislature to limit the maximum average annual increase in the appraised value of real property for ad valorem tax purposes to five percent or more. To Local Government Ways and Means. HJR 20 (By Hilderbran), Proposing a constitutional amendment providing that political subdivisions are exempt from unfunded legislative mandates. To State Affairs. MESSAGES FROM THE SENATE The following messages from the senate were today received by the house: Message No. 1 MESSAGE FROM THE SENATE SENATE CHAMBER Austin, Texas Thursday, January 27, 2005 The Honorable Speaker of the House House Chamber Austin, Texas Mr. Speaker: I am directed by the senate to inform the house that the senate has taken the following action: THE SENATE HAS PASSED THE FOLLOWING MEASURES: HCR 39 Van Arsdale SPONSOR: Duncan Honoring Leonard Reese for his exceptional service to the Texas Legislative Council on the occasion of his retirement as assistant executive director and general counsel with that agency. Respectfully, Patsy Spaw Secretary of the Senate AAAAAAPPENDIXAAAAA ENROLLED January 27 - HCRi23, HCRi32
HOUSE JOURNAL SEVENTY-NINTH LEGISLATURE, SECOND CALLED SESSION PROCEEDINGS FIRST DAY THURSDAY, JULY 21, 2005 In obedience of the proclamation of His Excellency, Rick Perry, Governor of the State of Texas,
HOUSE JOURNAL SEVENTY-EIGHTH LEGISLATURE, REGULAR SESSION PROCEEDINGS SEVENTH DAY MONDAY, JANUARY 27, 2003 The house met at 2 p.m. and was called to order by the speaker. The roll of the house was called
HOUSE JOURNAL SEVENTY-NINTH LEGISLATURE, REGULAR SESSION PROCEEDINGS THIRTY-FOURTH DAY WEDNESDAY, MARCH 16, 2005 The house met at 10 a.m. and was called to order by the speaker. The roll of the house was
HOUSE JOURNAL EIGHTIETH LEGISLATURE, REGULAR SESSION PROCEEDINGS NINETEENTH DAY MONDAY, FEBRUARY 12, 2007 The house met at 2 p.m. and was called to order by the speaker. The roll of the house was called
Tuesday, April 17, 2001 HOUSE JOURNAL 53rd Day 1131 HOUSE JOURNAL SEVENTY-SEVENTH LEGISLATURE, REGULAR SESSION PROCEEDINGS FIFTY-THIRD DAY TUESDAY, APRIL 17, 2001 The house met at 10 a.m. and was called
*************************************************************************** Local, Consent, and Resolutions Calendar Friday, May 11, 2007 9:00 AM ***************************************************************************
HOUSE CONCURRENT RESOLUTION 1 WHEREAS, The Honorable Dr. Bob Glaze of Gilmer, who served 2 six consecutive terms in the Texas House of Representatives, passed 3 away on June 25, 2010, at the age of 82;
HOUSE JOURNAL EIGHTY-FIRST LEGISLATURE, REGULAR SESSION PROCEEDINGS FORTY-SIXTH DAY (CONTINUED) THURSDAY, APRIL 9, 2009 The house met at 9 a.m. and was called to order by the speaker. The roll of the house
page 2153 Friday, May 9, 1997 HOUSE JOURNAL 69th Day 2153 HOUSE JOURNAL SEVENTY-FIFTH LEGISLATURE, REGULAR SESSION PROCEEDINGS SIXTY-NINTH DAY FRIDAY, MAY 9, 1997 The house met at 10 a.m. and was called
HOUSE JOURNAL EIGHTY-THIRD LEGISLATURE, REGULAR SESSION PROCEEDINGS EIGHTY-SECOND DAY SUNDAY, MAY 26, 2013 The house met at 2 p.m. and was called to order by the speaker. The roll of the house was called
HOUSE JOURNAL EIGHTY-SECOND LEGISLATURE, REGULAR SESSION PROCEEDINGS THIRTY-FOURTH DAY MONDAY, MARCH 14, 2011 The house met at 1 p.m. and was called to order by the speaker. The roll of the house was called
1 SAFE-D Last Monday Webinar June 24, 2013 Important Legislative Dates Session Ended, Monday, May 27, 2013 (140th day) Last day of 83rd Regular Session Sunday, June 16, 2013 (20th day following final adjournment)
HOUSE JOURNAL SEVENTY-EIGHTH LEGISLATURE, THIRD CALLED SESSION PROCEEDINGS TWELFTH DAY SUNDAY, OCTOBER 12, 2003 The house met at 2 p.m. and was called to order by the speaker. The roll of the house was
Senate Bill No. 38 Committee on Transportation and Homeland Security CHAPTER... AN ACT relating to criminal records; creating the Records and Technology Division of the Department of Public Safety; enumerating
84th Legislature Filed Senate Bills (Final) Texas legislature online resource: http://www.capitol.state.tx.us/reports/general.aspx Note: There are seven bill stages. Priority Area Issue Bill Author Caption
Lynda Ender (Dallas) Issue Chair Health Care for Low Income and Elderly Texans 7/3/2015 LWV-Texas supports provision of basic health care services for those who are unable to pay. Basic services include
CITY OF NORTH RICHLAND HILLS CITY COUNCIL WORK SESSION AGENDA NORTH RICHLAND HILLS CITY HALL PRE-COUNCIL CHAMBERS 7301 NORTHEAST LOOP 820 NORTH RICHLAND HILLS, TEXAS Monday, March 23, 2009 5:30 P.M. A.1
General Liability Insurance Insurance Company: Alberta School Boards Insurance Exchange (ASBIE) Insuring Agreement ASBIE agrees to pay on behalf of the Subscriber all sums that they are legally obligated
NOTICE OF PRIVACY PRACTICES Effective Date: April 14, 2003 UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA DAVIS HEALTH SYSTEM THIS NOTICE DESCRIBES HOW MEDICAL INFORMATION ABOUT YOU MAY BE USED AND DISCLOSED AND HOW YOU CAN
February 14, 1995 HOUSE JOURNAL 359 HOUSE JOURNAL SEVENTY-FOURTH LEGISLATURE, REGULAR SESSION PROCEEDINGS Page 359 TWENTIETH DAY TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 14, 1995 The house met at 10 a.m. and was called to order
By: H.J.R. No. A JOINT RESOLUTION proposing a constitutional amendment relating to establishing the Texas Great Classroom Fund as a sequestered fund, funded by an Education Flat Tax, a Reformed Franchise
HOUSE JOURNAL EIGHTY-THIRD LEGISLATURE, REGULAR SESSION PROCEEDINGS TWENTY-THIRD DAY TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 26, 2013 The house met at 10 a.m. and was called to order by the speaker. The roll of the house was
Assembly Bill No. 85 Committee on Commerce and Labor CHAPTER... AN ACT relating to professions; transferring certain duties of the Secretary-Treasurer of the Board of Examiners for Alcohol, Drug and Gambling
BRIEFING NOVEMBER 2014 CALIFORNIA LEGISLATIVE UPDATE FOR PROPERTY & CASUALTY BILLS September 30, 2014 was the deadline for Governor Brown to sign or veto bills that the California legislature sent to his
No. 76. An act relating to civil penalties for possession of marijuana. (H.200) It is hereby enacted by the General Assembly of the State of Vermont: * * * Criminal Penalties and Civil Penalties for Marijuana
The Rights of Crime Victims in Texas 1 Housekeeping Please turn off cell phones and pagers or place in a silent mode. Questions can be answered in presentations or during break. 2 Constitutional Rights
HOUSE JOURNAL EIGHTY-FIRST LEGISLATURE, REGULAR SESSION PROCEEDINGS FORTY-EIGHTH DAY TUESDAY, APRIL 14, 2009 The house met at 10 a.m. and was called to order by the speaker. The roll of the house was called
Page 497 March 1, 1995 HOUSE JOURNAL 497 HOUSE JOURNAL SEVENTY-FOURTH LEGISLATURE, REGULAR SESSION PROCEEDINGS TWENTY-NINTH DAY WEDNESDAY, MARCH 1, 1995 The house met at 10 a.m. and was called to order
Senate Calendar FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 05, 2016 SENATE CONVENES AT: 11:30 A.M. TABLE OF CONTENTS ACTION CALENDAR CONSIDERATION POSTPONED TO WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 2016 Page No. H. 187 An act relating to absence
Title 5: ADMINISTRATIVE PROCEDURES AND SERVICES Chapter 316-A: VICTIMS' COMPENSATION FUND Table of Contents Part 9. CRIMINAL JUSTICE PLANNING AND ASSISTANCE... Section 3360. DEFINITIONS... 3 Section 3360-A.
Chapter 813 2013 EDITION Driving Under the Influence of Intoxicants GENERAL PROVISIONS 813.010 Driving under the influence of intoxicants; penalty 813.011 Felony driving under the influence of intoxicants;
MARTIN O'MALLEY, Governor Ch. 504 Chapter 504 (Senate Bill 422) AN ACT concerning Criminal Procedure Office of the Public Defender Representation Criminal Defendants Citations and Appearances FOR the purpose
Vermont Legislative Council 115 State Street Montpelier, VT 05633-5301 (802) 828-2231 Fax: (802) 828-2424 MEMORANDUM To: From: House Judiciary Committee Erik FitzPatrick Date: February 19, 2015 Subject:
CHAPTER III. BEVERAGES ARTICLE 2. ALCOHOLIC LIQUOR SECTIONS 3-201 DEFINITIONS 3-202 CURRENT STATE LICENSE 3-203 POSTING OF RECEIPT 3-204 HOURS OF OPERATION FOR RETAIL 3-205 PENALTY 3-206 UNLAWFUL ACTS;
Montana Elder and Persons With Developmental Disabilities Abuse Prevention Act 52-3-801. Short title. This part may be cited as the "Montana Elder and Persons With Developmental Disabilities Abuse Prevention
The Legislative Fiscal Division Presents an Agency Profile of: The Department of Justice Contact: Greg DeWitt, Senior Fiscal Analyst Room 119, State Capitol Building Phone: 444-5392 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
: Snapshot Truancy Guide for the 2015-16 School Year House Bill 2398, passed this 84th legislative session, made numerous sweeping changes to the landscape of truancy laws in the state of Texas. This piece
House Proposal of Amendment S. 292 An act relating to term probation, the right to bail, medical care of inmates, and a reduction in the number of nonviolent prisoners, probationers, and detainees. The
AMENDED IN ASSEMBLY JULY, 00 AMENDED IN ASSEMBLY JULY, 00 AMENDED IN ASSEMBLY JUNE, 00 SENATE BILL No. Introduced by Senator Figueroa February 1, 00 An act to amend Sections 01, 00, 0.,,,.,.,, and. of,
Page 1 of 7 Revision Responsibility: Responsible Executive Officer: Executive Director of Human Resources Vice President for Business Affairs Source/Reference: Drug-Free Workplace Act of 1988 Drug-Free
OCCUPATIONAL THERAPY PRACTICE ACT - CREATION OF BOARD, REQUIREMENTS FOR LICENSURE, PRACTICE AND REFERRAL, RENEWAL OF LICENSE, REFUSAL, SUSPENSION OR REVOCATION OF LICENSE AND IMPAIRED PROFESSIONALS PROGRAM
CHAPTER 38 PDF p. 1 of 10 CHAPTER 38 (HB 171) AN ACT relating to reorganization. Be it enacted by the General Assembly of the Commonwealth of Kentucky: Section 1. KRS 12.020 is amended to read as follows:
TASA Summary of Education Related Senate Interim Charges 80 th Legislature Education Study the effectiveness of public school programs serving special education students, including autistic students. Specifically,
TASA Summary of House Interim Charges Related to Public Education 84th Legislative Session November 2015 House Public Education Committee Examine the effectiveness and efficiency of the Cost of Education
E-mail Addresses = email@example.com AREA ASSIGNMENTS 2015 SESSION BY DRAFTER KORY GOLDSMITH, Director Appropriations Salaries and Benefits Team Leader General Assembly Insurance (Health) Open
November, 2009 California Federal Government Illinois Kentucky Massachusetts Michigan New Hampshire New York New Mexico Ohio Pennsylvania Wisconsin California CA HB 172: Alcohol beverages: places of consumption
PROBATION PEACE OFFICERS & OFF-DUTY WEAPONS By Christopher W. Miller, General Counsel State Coalition of Probation Organizations This article provides an overview of current legal authority governing the
Authority: WORKER S COMPENSATION, ACCIDENT REPORTING AND OSHA RECORDKEEPING Chancellor History: Revised January 22, 2007; supersedes former Policy No. HR 5.10 effective July 24, 1995 Source of Authority:
Policy V. 7.2.1 Responsible Official: Vice President for Human Resources, Diversity, and Multicultural Affairs Effective Date: October 26, 2009 Drug-Free Workplace Policy Statement The University of Vermont
PROPERTY TAX BULLETIN NO. 164 DECEMBER 2012 2013 Property Tax Calendar Christopher B. McLaughlin This calendar lists deadlines for the 2013 14 tax year established by the Machinery Act. Duties for which
Analyses of Proposed Constitutional Amendments November 3, 2015, Elec on Texas Legisla ve Council Analyses of Proposed Constitutional Amendments November 3, 2015, Elec on Prepared by the Staff of the Texas
An Act ENROLLED SENATE BILL NO. 2131 By: Jolley, Justice, Marlatt and Shortey of the Senate and Martin (Scott), Sears, Condit, Matthews and Billy of the House An Act relating to state employee compensation;
VI-8.00(A) UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND POLICY ON EMPLOYEE ALCOHOL AND OTHER DRUG ABUSE (Approved by the President September 9, 1992; technical changes November 2009; technical changes September 2014.) The University
HEALTHCARE PROVIDERS WORKPLACE LIABILITY COVERAGE PART OCCURRENCE THIS IS AN OCCURRENCE COVERAGE PART AND, SUBJECT TO ITS PROVISIONS, APPLIES ONLY TO ANY CLAIM WHICH IS THE RESULT OF INJURY OR DAMAGE THAT
: Snapshot Truancy Guide for the 2015-16 School Year House Bill 2398, passed this 84th legislative session, made numerous sweeping changes to the landscape of truancy laws in the state of Texas. This piece
Legislative Session Review Webinar 2015 Education Legislation May 28, 2015 HB 41 Hazardous Walking Conditions The bill amends and adds to the existing conditions that may constitute a hazardous walking
HOUSE BILL M, K lr CF SB By: Delegates Hucker, S. Robinson, and Weir Introduced and read first time: February 0, 0 Assigned to: Economic Matters A BILL ENTITLED 0 0 AN ACT concerning Environment Asbestos
Maryland Courts, Criminal Justice, and Civil Matters Presentation to the New Members of the Maryland General Assembly Department of Legislative Services Office of Policy Analysis Annapolis, Maryland December
DRUG PREVENTION PROGRAM This is to inform you of the requirements of the Drug-Free Schools and Communities Act Amendments of 1989 Public Law 101-226 and what our schools require of the Staff and the Students.
Board of Regents Approved May 4, 2010 MORGAN STATE UNIVERSITY DRUG AND ALCOHOL ABUSE POLICY Morgan State University (the "University), is dedicated to providing a campus environment free of the illegal
AMENDED IN SENATE JULY, 00 AMENDED IN SENATE JUNE, 00 AMENDED IN ASSEMBLY APRIL, 00 AMENDED IN ASSEMBLY APRIL, 00 california legislature 00 0 regular session ASSEMBLY BILL No. Introduced by Assembly Member
Washington University is committed to maintaining a safe and healthful environment for members of the University community by promoting a drug-free environment as well as one free of the abuse of alcohol.
INSURANCE LAWS Frederick P. Garcia, Jr. Municipal Court Clerk City of San Antonio OBJECTIVES FOR CLASS Identify Statutory Authority Requirements for Establishment of Financial Responsibility ; Apply Coverage
Status of Legislation Impacting Community Mental Health in the 2015 Indiana General Assembly Matt Brooks, CEO Indiana Council of Community Mental Health Centers 2015 Webinar Series March 9 th, 2015 Current
Springfield School District Policy Springfield, Vermont STUDENT ALCOHOL AND DRUG ABUSE Code F7 Policy 1. The Springfield School District is concerned with the safety, health and well-being of all of its
BILL ANALYSIS Senate Research Center S.B. 1664 By: Perry et al. Business & Commerce 7/24/2015 Enrolled AUTHOR'S / SPONSOR'S STATEMENT OF INTENT Recently, the United States Congress passed the Achieving
The House Committee on Health and Human Services offers the following substitute to HB 972: A BILL TO BE ENTITLED AN ACT 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 To amend Chapter 34 of Title 43 of the Official Code
WHAT DO LEGISLA TIVE COMMITTEES DO? If it were not for committees, the Legislature would probably be in session all year. It would take that long for the entire Senate and the entire House of Representatives
A.B. ASSEMBLY BILL NO. COMMITTEE ON COMMERCE AND LABOR (ON BEHALF OF THE LEGISLATIVE COMMITTEE ON HEALTH CARE) PREFILED DECEMBER, 0 Referred to Committee on Commerce and Labor SUMMARY Revises provisions
244 East 58 th Street, 4th Floor New York, NY 10022 212-269-7797 212-269-7510 Fax www.ncadd.org NCADD POLICY STATEMENT Drinking and Driving Preamble A significant percentage of drinking drivers are suffering
PROPERTY TAX BULLETIN NO. 170 DECEMBER 2015 2016 Property Tax Calendar Christopher B. McLaughlin This calendar lists deadlines for the 2016 17 tax year established by the Machinery Act. Duties for which
R E S O L U T I O N 0 0 WHEREAS, The passing of former state representative David William Crews on February, 0, at the age of, deeply saddened the community of Conroe and brought a great loss to his family
ENROLLED Regular Session, 1997 HOUSE BILL NO. 2412 BY REPRESENTATIVE JACK SMITH AN ACT To enact Chapter 33 of Title 13 of the Louisiana Revised Statutes of 1950, comprised of R.S. 13:5301 through 5304,
HB 5143/PA 309, sponsored by Rep. Rick Jones, creates the Self Defense Act and specifies that it is not a crime to use force or deadly force to defend oneself if that person is not breaking any laws when
CHAPTER 43-41 SOCIAL WORKERS 43-41-01. Definitions. In this chapter, unless the context or subject matter otherwise requires: 1. "Board" means the North Dakota board of social work examiners. 2. "College
BYLAWS OF CHAMPIONS MADE FROM ADVERSITY A GEORGIA NONPROFIT CORPORATION TABLE OF CONTENTS ARTICLE I INTRODUCTORY... 1 Section 1.1 Name... 1 Section 1.2 Purpose... 1 Section 1.3 Offices... 1 Section 1.4
64th Legislature HB0322 AN ACT ESTABLISHING THE MONTANA SPECIAL NEEDS EDUCATION SAVINGS ACCOUNT PROGRAM; PROVIDING DEFINITIONS; ESTABLISHING REQUIREMENTS FOR ELIGIBILITY AND ALLOWABLE EXPENSES; PROVIDING
ALABAMA s FELONY DUI STATUTE- A HISTORY [This document was originally prepared by AOC and was later revised and updated by Patrick Mahaney.] Felony DUI, as a statutory offense under the Alabama Code, was
OLD DOMINION UNIVERSITY University Policy Policy #6603 UNIVERSITY DRUG AND ALCOHOL POLICY Responsible Oversight Executive: Vice President for Human Resources of Current Revision or Creation: July 23, 2010
Title V Preventing Fraud and Abuse Subtitle A- Establishment of New Health and Human Services and Department of Justice Health Care Fraud Positions Sec. 501. Health and Human Services Senior Advisor There
Ministry of Social Affairs and Health, Finland N.B. Unofficial translation, legally binding only in Finnish and Swedish No. 1383/2001 Occupational Health Care Act Issued in Helsinki on 21 December 2001
HOUSE HB 2696 RESEARCH Anchia, et al. ORGANIZATION bill analysis 5/6/2005 (CSHB 2696 by Veasey) SUBJECT: COMMITTEE: VOTE: Regulation of massage therapy and massage establishments Government Reform committee