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70th Regular Session (1987) – Governor William P. Clements

Bill Caption Document HRO
HB 8 Relating to the creation and operation of a sick leave pool to benefit certain state employees.   Veto Analysis
HB 141 Relating to the review by the district court of certain actions of the State Commission on Judicial Conduct.   Veto Analysis
HB 151 Relating to the offense of cruelty to animals.   Veto Analysis
HB 384 Relating to the regulation of certain crane operators; providing penalties.   Veto Analysis
HB 396 Relating to the preparation for trial by an appointed counsel in a criminal case.   Veto Analysis
HB 484 Relating to the creation of a treatment program for inmates in the Texas Department of Corrections who have committed sexual offenses.   Veto Analysis
HB 543 Relating to eligibility requirements for election clerks.   Veto Analysis
HB 651 Relating to the regulation of dispensing opticians; providing a penalty.   Veto Analysis
HB 707 Relating to the preference for disadvantaged, Texas, and American products under certain public purchasing contracts.   Veto Analysis
HB 746 Relating to the regulation of the care and treatment of animals in riding stables; providing a penalty.   Veto Analysis
HB 782 Relating to the jurisdiction of the county civil courts at law of Harris County.   Veto Analysis
HB 942 Relating to an extension of the temporary increase in the state motor fuels tax rates.   Veto Analysis
HB 959 Relating to salaries of appellate and district court justices and judges.   Veto Analysis
HB 982 Relating to common and public nuisances; providing a penalty.   Veto Analysis
HB 1041 Relating to sick leave for public school employees.   Veto Analysis
HB 1078 Relating to representation of the state in a forfeiture case under the Texas Controlled Substances Act by an attorney for the seizing agency and to the disposition of proceeds of property seized under the Texas Controlled Substances Act.   Veto Analysis
HB 1084 Relating to the commitment procedure and services for chemically dependent persons; providing penalties.   Veto Analysis
HB 1178 Relating to the definition of group accident and health insurance.   Veto Analysis
HB 1183 Relating to the creation, duties, and powers of the Texas Agricultural Finance Authority and the development of and issuance of bonds for an agricultural financing program.   Veto Analysis
HB 1191 Relating to the sale or distribution of drivers' licenses or personal identification certificates; providing criminal penalties.   Veto Analysis
HB 1237 Relating to certain allocations and transfers of state revenue.   Veto Analysis
HB 1318 Relating to municipal liability for certain traffic offenses committed by municipal employees in the course and scope of ther employment.   Veto Analysis
HB 1616 Relating to eligibility of certain persons for coverage under certain accident and sickness insurance coverage.   Veto Analysis
HB 1694 Relating to the appraisal of agricultural land contiguous to other open-space agricultural land.   Veto Analysis
HB 1814 Relating to initiating an appeal of a property tax determination.   Veto Analysis
HB 1848 Relating to the removal of vehicles that are stopped in violation of state law.   Veto Analysis
HB 1849 Relating to the amount and terms of, and fees payable in connection with, student loans from the Texas Opportunity Plan Fund.   Veto Analysis
HB 1933 Relating to the exclusion of certain territory from a rural fire prevention district.   Veto Analysis
HB 1984 Relating to notice to be provided to a person on failure to provide proof of financial responsibility.   Veto Analysis
HB 2119 Relating to the authority of a municipality to contract for jail facilities and the operation of those facilities.   Veto Analysis
HB 2216 Relating to the administration and distribution of money appropriated from the public transportation fund.   Veto Analysis
HB 2235 Relating to the creation of a jobs program for displaced farmers and other.   Veto Analysis
HB 2514 Relating to the authorization, issuance, examination, approval, registration and recording of certain bonds, long-term installment sales, or long-term lease-purchase obligations.   Veto Analysis
SB 217 Relating to the availability of deferred adjudication for certain defendants.   Veto Analysis
SB 323 Relating to the creation of the On-site Wastewater Treatment Research Council and fund and the imposition of certain fees.   Veto Analysis
SB 484 Relating to the appointment and removal of commissioners of a housing authority.   Veto Analysis
SB 512 Relating to eligibility for late absentee voting by a disabled voter.   Veto Analysis
SB 545 Relating to the use of certain tools by agricultural laborers in commercial farming operations.   Veto Analysis
SB 698 Relating to the assignment pay for certain members of the fire or police department of certain cities.   Veto Analysis
SB 868 Relating to actions and meetings of the Texas Employment Commission and participation by member by telephonic communication and requirements for that participation.   Veto Analysis
SB 884 Relating to furnishing a voter with a written communication for use at the polling place.   Veto Analysis
SB 1011 Relating to the payment of certain laborers, workers, and mechanics under public work contracts.   Veto Analysis
SB 1080 Relating to deadlines for filing certain financial statements and to forms provided by the secretary of state.   Veto Analysis
SB 1210 Relating to election dates and runoff elections.   Veto Analysis
SB 1239 Relating to additional compensation for judges of certain supreme judicial districts.   Veto Analysis
SB 1265 Relating to voting by and the cancellation of the voter registrations of persons whose names appear on the lists of returned registration certificates.   Veto Analysis
SB 1266 Relating to delivery of voter registration applications by certain volunteer deputy registrars.   Veto Analysis
SB 1279 Relating to the purchasing practices of the state and other political subdivisions and governmental agencies; providing penalties.   Veto Analysis
SB 1345 Relating to the authority of a commissioners court of a county to engage in community and economic development projects.   Veto Analysis
SB 1444 Relating to the tuition rate applicable to certain scholarship students.   Veto Analysis
SB 1448 Relating to the qualifications of central counting station personnel in elections using electronic voting systems.   Veto Analysis
SCR 114 Requesting the State Board of Education to amend the Texas Administrative Code to permit certain teachers and administrators to be employed in the public schools on an emergency basis.   Veto Analysis

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