Significant Committee Actions

H.B. 38 (Menendez), relating to the penalty for an offense involving motor vehicle airbags.  Reported from the House Committee on Transportation.

H.B. 63 (Craddick), relating to the creation of an offense for use of a handheld wireless communication device for text-based communication while operating a motor vehicle.  Reported from the House Committee on Transportation.

H.B. 86 (Callegari), relating to the criteria for review by the Sunset Advisory Commission of an agency that licenses an occupation.  Reported from the House Committee on Government Efficiency and Reform.

HB 487 (Bell), relating to liability of certain persons assisting in hazardous or dangerous situations.  Reported from the House Committee on Judiciary and Civil Jurisprudence.

H.B. 625 (Harper-Brown), relating to the penalty for the operation of a vehicle without a license plate.  Reported from the House Committee on Transportation

H.B. 767 (King), relating to preventing the fraudulent issuance and use of disabled parking placards.  Reported from the House Committee on Transportation.

S.B. 7 (Nelson), Relating to improving the delivery and quality of certain health and human services, including the delivery and quality of Medicaid acute care services and long-term care services and supports.  Reported from the Senate Committee on Health and Human Services.

S.B. 562 (Carona), Relating to the license qualifications and continuing education requirements for polygraph examiners.  Reported from the Senate Committee on Business and Commerce.

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