Significant Committee Actions

H.B. 365 (Martinez), relating to certain diseases or illnesses suffered by firefighters and emergency medical technicians.  Reported from the House Committee on Urban Affairs.

H.B. 403 (Davis), relating to liability of certain certified municipal inspectors for services rendered during an emergency or disaster.  Reported from the Senate State Affairs Committee.

H.B. 524 (Capriglione), relating to the disclosure on personal financial statements of certain contracts with governmental entities.  Reported from the House Committee on State Affairs.

H.B. 1168 (Flynn), relating to the exemption of dedicated cemetery property from drainage fees.  Reported from the House Committee on Natural Resources.

H.B. 1299 (Stickland), relating to municipal regulation of electric stun guns, knives, and personal defense sprays.  Reported from the House Committee on Urban Affairs.

H.B. 1461 (Aycock), relating to customer notification of significant water loss by a retail public utility.  Reported from the House Committee on Natural Resources. 

H.B. 1511 (Larson), relating to sales and use taxes imposed by municipalities.  Reported from the House Committee on Ways and Means.

H.B. 2687 (Rodriguez), relating to the authority of a taxing unit to approve the transfer of an ad valorem tax lien.  Reported from the House Committee on Ways and Means.

S.B. 186 (Carona), relating to the abatement of mosquitoes in stagnant water located on certain uninhabited residential property.  Reported from the House Committee on Urban Affairs.

S.B. 389 (West), relating to the imposition of court costs in certain criminal proceedings.  Reported from the House Committee on Judiciary and Civil Jurisprudence.

S.B. 390 (West), relating to the effective date of a new court cost or fee or of an amendment to the amount of a court cost or fee.  Reported from the House Committee on Judiciary and Civil Jurisprudence.

S.B. 984 (Ellis), relating to the meeting of a governmental body held by videoconference call.  Reported from the House Committee on Government Efficiency and Reform.

S.B. 1239 (Rodriguez), relating to compensation for excess electricity generated by a retail electric customer’s on-site generation.  Reported from the Senate Business and Commerce Committee. 

S.B. 1563 (Ellis), relating to the definition of and access to public information.  Reported from the Senate Intergovernmental Relations Committee.

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