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83rd Regular Session (2013) – Governor Rick Perry

*HRO analysis is taken from the House Research Organization's Vetoes of Legislation, 83rd Regular Session Legislature
Analyses include a digest of each vetoed bill, the governor's stated reason for the veto, and a response by the author of the vetoed bill.

Bill Caption Document HRO*
HB 217 Relating to the types of beverages that may be sold to students on public school campuses.   Veto Analysis
HB 535 Relating to the preference given by state agencies to goods offered by bidders in this state or manufactured, produced, or grown in this state or in the United States.   Veto Analysis
HB 950 Relating to unlawful employment practices regarding discrimination in payment of compensation.   Veto Analysis
HB 1025 Relating to making supplemental appropriations and reductions in appropriations and giving direction and adjustment authority regarding appropriations.
Line item veto.
  Veto  
HB 1090 Relating to the creation of Texas Task Force 1 Type 3 Rio Grande Valley and authorizing the creation of a Texas Task Force 2 by certain municipalities.   Veto Analysis
HB 1160 Relating to the transfer of a certificate of convenience and necessity in certain municipalities.   Veto Analysis
HB 1511 Relating to the rates of sales and use taxes imposed by municipalities; authorizing an increase or decrease in the rate of those taxes.   Veto Analysis
HB 1790 Relating to certain procedures for defendants who successfully complete a period of state jail felony community supervision.   Veto Analysis
HB 1982 Relating to the enterprise zone program.   Veto Analysis
HB 2138 Relating to the board of directors of the Near Northside Management District and to the district's boundaries and territory.   Veto Analysis
HB 2590 Relating to the foreclosure sale of property subject to an oil or gas lease.   Veto Analysis
HB 2824 Relating to the Texas High Performance Schools Consortium.   Veto Analysis
HB 2836 Relating to the administration of certain state-adopted or state-developed assessment instruments to public school students.   Veto Analysis
HB 3063 Relating to defense base development authorities.   Veto Analysis
HB 3085 Relating to the regulation of automotive wrecking and salvage yards in certain counties; increasing the civil penalty.   Veto Analysis
HB 3509 Relating to endangered species habitat conservation and to the creation of a board to oversee and guide the state's coordinated response to federal actions regarding endangered species.   Veto Analysis
SB 1 General Appropriations Bill.
Line item veto.
  Veto  
SB 15 Relating to the governance of public institutions of higher education in this state.   Veto Analysis
SB 17 Relating to the training in school safety of certain educators of a school district or an open-enrollment charter school authorized to carry a concealed handgun on school premises.   Veto Analysis
SB 219 Relating to ethics of public servants, including the functions and duties of the Texas Ethics Commission; the regulation of political contributions, political advertising, lobbying, and conduct of public servants; and the reporting of political contributions and expenditures and personal financial information; providing civil and criminal penalties.   Veto Analysis
SB 227 Relating to the dispensing of aesthetic pharmaceuticals by physicians and therapeutic optometrists; imposing fees.   Veto Analysis
SB 346 Relating to reporting requirements of certain persons who do not meet the definition of political committee.   Veto Analysis
SB 429 Relating to the dismissal or nonsuit of a suit to terminate the parent-child relationship filed by the Department of Family and Protective Services.   Veto Analysis
SB 504 Relating to the requirement that certain schoolchildren be screened for abnormal spinal curvature.   Veto Analysis
SB 722 Relating to eligibility to serve as an interpreter in an election.   Veto Analysis
SB 889 Relating to the physician assistant board.   Veto Analysis
SB 1234 Relating to the prevention of truancy and the offense of failure to attend school.   Veto Analysis
SB 1606 Relating to ad valorem tax liens on personal property.   Veto Analysis

Information about Vetoed Bills is unofficial and is provided as a public service by the Texas Legislative Reference Library. The Texas Legislative Reference Library makes no representation as to its completeness or accuracy and makes no warranty in regards to its use. Users assume all risk of reliance on the table.