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Legislation authored by Robert 'Bob' Maloney

Includes legislation with Robert 'Bob' Maloney as the primary author for the 63rd through 67th Legislatures. For other types of authorship, search the Legislative Archive System.

67th Regular Session
HB 315 Last Action: Referred to subcommittee
Caption: Relating to the disposition of revenue collected from the state inheritance tax.
HB 462 Last Action: Reported from subcommittee favorably without amendments
Caption: Relating to the extent to which the Administrative Procedure and Texas Register Act applies to the Texas Department of Human Resources.
HB 499 Last Action: Referred to subcommittee
Caption: Relating to the appellate courts of the state increasing the membership of certain courts, and making provisions relative to the appellate and trial courts and the appeal of criminal cases.
HB 840 Last Action: House conferees appointed
Caption: Relating to the qualification of jurors in criminal cases.
HB 885 Last Action: Effective immediately
Caption: Relating to property tax relief not claimed in 1979 in connection with residence homesteads of elderly and disabled persons.
HB 1695 Last Action: Effective on . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Caption: Relating to the authority of a court to permit a defendant to serve his jail sentence during off-work hours and other hours for employment, education, or medical purposes.
HB 1743 Last Action: Effective on . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Caption: Relating to arrests which may be made by a police officer without a warrant.
HB 1841 Last Action: Committee report printed and sent to Committee on Calendars
Caption: Relating to jurisdiction of the Supreme Court of Courts of Appeals and the issuance of the writ of mandamus by the Courts of Appeals or the justices thereof.
HB 2184 Last Action: Committee report printed and sent to Committee on Calendars
Caption: Relating to prehospital emergency medical services care.
66th Regular Session
HB 144 Last Action: Considered by committee in public hearing
Caption: Fixing maximum rate of interest for certain loans or other extensions of credit of $250,000 or more; providing a saving clause; providing for prospective application of this Act; declaring an emergency.
HB 740 Last Action: Laid on the table
Caption: Relating to worker's compensation claims for hernia.
HB 741 Last Action: Scheduled for future calendar placement
Caption: Relating to persons to whom worker's compensation death benefits are payable.
HB 859 Last Action: Effective on . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Caption: Relating to the use of gratuities in determining wages for purposes of unemployment compensation.
HB 1486 Last Action: Referred to Committee on Transportation
Caption: Relating to regulation of air carrier access to certain airports.
HB 1710 Last Action: Considered by committee in formal meeting
Caption: Relating to rates, rate standards, classification of risks, and reporting risk experience for certain insurance.
HB 1785 Last Action: Scheduled for future calendar placement
Caption: Relating to license requirements for and the definition of a motor-assisted bicycle.
HB 1786 Last Action: Scheduled for future calendar placement
Caption: Relating to a system of assignment of Senior District Judges.
HB 1787 Last Action: Effective on . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Caption: Relating to assignment of certain retired judges of domestic relations courts to sit in certain courts; declaring an emergency.
HCR 216 Last Action: Referred to Committee on Rules
Caption: Commending the Reverend W.A. Criswell.
HCR 217 Last Action: Scheduled for future calendar placement
Caption: Granting Billie Herrin the right to sue the State.
65th Regular Session
HB 148 Last Action: Effective in 90 days
Caption: Relating to authorization for discovery, entry on land or other property, and use of certain reports and other statements in agency proceedings.
HB 149 Last Action: Effective in 90 days
Caption: Providing that the parties to administrative proceedings may file exceptions and replies to proposals for administrative decisions; that proposals for administrative decisions may be amended pursuant to the exceptions and replies of the parties.
HB 233 Last Action: Assigned to General State Calendar
Caption: Relating to the effect in juvenile delinquency proceedings of the testimony of an accomplice.
HB 234 Last Action: Assigned to General State Calendar
Caption: Relating to the use of photographs of children for identification and in connection with the investigation of criminal offenses.
HB 235 Last Action: Referred to subcommittee
Caption: Relating to criminal offense of failure to supervise a child; providing a penalty.
HB 236 Last Action: Assigned to General State Calendar
Caption: Relating to payments for the support of a child detained pending adjudication of a petition alleging delinquent conduct or conduct indicating a need for supervision.
HB 237 Last Action: Coauthor authorized
Caption: Relating to the grounds for the detention of a child taken into custody.
HB 238 Last Action: Assigned to General State Calendar
Caption: Relating to the taking of a child into custody by a probation officer.
HB 239 Last Action: Referred to subcommittee
Caption: Relating to the prosecution as adults of persons 15 years old or over who are alleged to have committed certain offenses.
HB 251 Last Action: Referred to subcommittee
Caption: Relating to agreement by the judge to a continuance by consent of the parties in a criminal action.
HB 693 Last Action: Referred to subcommittee
Caption: Relating to assaults on certain public school personnel engaged in the peformance of educational duties.
HB 859 Last Action: Referred to Committee on Criminal Jurisprudence
Caption: Relating to increasing the penalty for enticing a child out of the county of his parent's residence and prohibiting solicitation of a child.
HB 1054 Last Action: Referred to Committee on Criminal Jurisprudence
Caption: Relating to the time for filing a motion for jury consideration of probation in a criminal case.
HB 1109 Last Action: Assigned to Local Calendar
Caption: Relating to the establishment, jurisdiction, and operation of municipal courts of record in the City of Dallas and providing for municipal judges and other personnel of the courts; prescribing the appeals from a municipal court of record; conforming the jurisdiction of other courts to the municipal court of record.
HB 1251 Last Action: Withdrawn from calendar
Caption: Relating to information about criminal records of persons declaring an intent to study law or applying for admission to the State Bar.
HB 1323 Last Action: Referred to subcommittee
Caption: Relating to the definition of "beer container."
HB 1363 Last Action: Referred to subcommittee
Caption: Relating to regulation of certain acquisitions of control of state savings and loan associations.
HB 1364 Last Action: Referred to subcommittee
Caption: Authorizing the Savings and Loan Commissioner to issue cease and desist orders and removal of directors and officer orders in certain instances, providing for the enforcement of such orders by judicial action; defining words, terms and phrases used in this Act; defining the circumstances and conditions under which a receiver of an association may be appointed; providing for voluntary supervisory control of an association; autorizing reorganization, merger and consolidation of associations; requiring the Comissioner to report associations to whom cease and desist or removal orders have been issued to the members of the Savins and Loan Section of the finance Commission; providing that "Permanent Reserve Fund" stock of associations shall herafter be called "capital" stock; providing for severability.
HB 1365 Last Action: Laid on the table subject to call
Caption: Authorizing contracts for deferred compensations for employees of political subdivisions with certain financial institutions and savings and loan associations.
HB 1401 Last Action: Referred to subcommittee
Caption: Authorizing the defendant in a criminal case to record the testimony during trial and prepare a statement of facts for inclusion in the record on appeal.
HB 1402 Last Action: Assigned to General State Calendar
Caption: Relating to Title II of the Family Code, relating to the continuing jurisdiction of a court of this state over parties and children who continue to reside in this state, and upon dismissal of suit, and relating to the termination of the continuing jurisdiction of a court of this state over parties and chidren who are no longers residents of this state, and relating to the jurisdiction of a court of this state to modify a custody decree of another state; providing an effective date.
HB 1614 Last Action: Assigned to General State Calendar
Caption: Fixing maximum rates of interest for certain loans or other extensions of credit of $250,000 or more; containing a savings clause; providing for prospective application of this Act; and declaring an emergency.
HB 1752 Last Action: Considered by committee in public hearing
Caption: Relating to the adjustment of boundaries of adjacent cities.
HB 1753 Last Action: Referred to Committee on Criminal Jurisprudence
Caption: Relating to certain information to be forwarded to the Texas Department of Corrections; amending the Code of Criminal Procedure, 1965.
HB 1836 Last Action: Effective in 90 days
Caption: Relating to the extension of the period of time for the training and certification of certain persons who perform hair cleansing and scalp conditioning in beauty shops.
HB 1986 Last Action: Referred to Committee on Energy Resources
Caption: Relating to regulation of the price of natural gas in or within the vicinity of the field where produced; providing for the regulation of sales of natural gas for agricultural purposes.
HB 2034 Last Action: Referred to Committee on Criminal Jurisprudence
Caption: Relating to the sentencing of defendants in criminal cases, providing that a trial jury may sentence a defendant to serve his sentence and to pay his fine and court cost at a later date, providing that the surety on a bail bond will be liable until the sentence is served and the fine and court cost have been paid.
HB 2035 Last Action: Referred to Committee on Criminal Jurisprudence
Caption: Relating to the admissibility of evidence in criminal prosecutions; relating to evidence of the previous arrest of the defendant as affecting the defendant's character and reputation.
HB 2108 Last Action: Considered by subcommittee in public hearing
Caption: Relating to the creation of an additional Court of Civil Appeals to be located in the Fifteenth Supreme Judicial District in the city of Dallas; providing for where its business is to be transacted; providing for the appointment and subsequent election of one chief and two associate justices.
HB 2192 Last Action: Posting rule suspended
Caption: Relating to the composition of and membership on the Juvenile Board of Dallas County.
HR 70 Caption: Amending HSR 15.
65th 1st Called Session
HCR 2 Last Action: Signed by the Governor
Caption: Providing for a joint session of committees of the whole house and senate to consider removal of Donald B. Yarbrough by address.
65th 2nd Called Session
HCR 10 Last Action: Rules suspended
Caption: Granting Rucker Construction Company, Inc., Featherlite Pre-Cast Corporation, and Brazos Concrete Products, Inc. permission to sue the state.
64th Regular Session
HB 348 Last Action: Referred to subcommittee
Caption: Requiring pawnbrokers to make and preserve for two years, the thumb print of each person pawning an item.
HB 805 Last Action: Laid on the table subject to call
Caption: Relating to the definition of parent; relating to the definition of delinquent conduct; declaring certain unexcused absences from school to be conduct indicating a need for supervision, declaring driving while intoxicated a need for supervision, and deleting from the definition of conduct indicating a need for supervision a violation of certain court orders; defining excused absences; relating to the jurisdiction of the juvenile court; relating to the inspection of detention facilities; relating to the fingerprinting of children; relating to the detention of children; authorizing the detention hearing to be conducted in the county of the place of detention of the child; relating to mandatory waiver of juvenile court jurisdiction and transfer to criminal courts; requiring unanimous verdicts; authorizing the court to enjoin certain persons from having contact with a child; changing references to the age of 21 to age 18; relating to the age of criminal responsibility and prosecution of certain minors.
HB 963 Last Action: Considered by committee in public hearing
Caption: Exempting from bonding requirements holders of Non-Resident Seller's and Manufacturer's Agent's Permits.
HB 964 Last Action: Referred to Committee on Liquor Regulation
Caption: Amending Article I of the Texas Liquor Control Act directing the Alcoholic Beverage Commission to authorize the importation of liquor in containers sized under the Metric System, to tax such liquor at the same rate as liquor in presently authorized containers is taxed, and, for that purpose, to compile a table converting from the U.S. Standard Gallon System to the Metric System the taxes levied and imposed on carious types of liquor in Subsection (1) of Section 21 of Article I, so that taxes can be uniformly imposed regardless of container size.
HB 1066 Last Action: Referred to Committee on Public Education
Caption: Relating to requiring a course of study on the dangers of crime and narcotics in public schools.
HB 1194 Last Action: Effective in 90 days
Caption: Replacing the requirement that a mixed beverage permittee destroy empty bottles of distilled spirits with a requirement that the permittee invalidate the tax stamp.
HB 1325 Last Action: Effective in 90 days
Caption: Relating to a mandatory waiting period between the time of death and cremation.
HB 1506 Last Action: Referred to Committee on Criminal Jurisprudence
Caption: Relating to civil liability of a peace officer while in the performance of his official duty.
HB 1515 Last Action: Referred to Committee on Liquor Regulation
Caption: Relating to the authority of the holder of a Class A Winery Permit.
HB 1516 Last Action: Reported from committee favorably without amendments
Caption: Relating to the per diem paid to judges who are required to hold court outside their own districts and out of their own counties.
HB 1517 Last Action: Reported from subcommittee favorably without amendments
Caption: Relating to commercial distribution and commercial exhibition of obscene material.
HB 1588 Last Action: Referred to Committee on State Affairs
Caption: Relating to the eligibility of a Mixed Beverage Permit for renewal.
HB 1589 Last Action: Referred to subcommittee
Caption: Relating to eligibility for and operation under Wine and Beer Retailer's Off-Premise and Wine Only Package Store Permits and Retail Dealer's Off-Premise Licenses.
HB 1798 Last Action: Referred to Committee on Criminal Jurisprudence
Caption: Relating to providing a presumption under certain circumstances that a person obtains or excercises control over used or secondhand personal property knowing it to have been stolen.
HB 1889 Last Action: Considered by committee in public hearing
Caption: Relating to the qualifications of jurors in civil cases.
HB 1890 Last Action: Referred to Committee on Criminal Jurisprudence
Caption: Relating to the qualification of jurors in criminal cases.
HB 2188 Last Action: Referred to Committee on Liquor Regulation
Caption: Relating to increasing the per diem paid the members of the Alcoholic Beverage Commission.
HR 134 Caption: Relating to directing the Committee on Liquor Regulation to work with the Texas Legislative Council in recodifying the liquor laws of Texas.
HR 167 Caption: Creating a select committee to investigate charges against Judge O. P. Carrillo.
63rd Regular Session
HB 1174 Last Action: Referred to subcommittee
Caption: Relating to making an assault or assault and battery, a threatened assault, or a verbal abuse upon a public school employee and the willful failure to report them a misdemeanor; prescribing penalties.
HB 1210 Last Action: Subcommittee hearing date
Caption: To alter the statutory defenses to an action for personal injuries sustained by an employee in the course of his employment; amending the quantum of negligence to be proven for an employee to recover from an employer not a subscriber.
HB 1211 Last Action: Considered in public hearing
Caption: Relating to encumbrance of city light, water, sewer, and natural gas systems, parks and swimming pools for the purpose of construction, improvement, extension and repair of such systems.
HB 1212 Last Action: Referred to Committee on Intergovernmental Affairs
Caption: Defining the term "eligible city"; authorizing each city to issue revenue bonds for off-street and on-street parking or other related puposes; providing for the payment and security of said bonds, and liens, pledge of taxes to the payment of operation and maintenance expenses to the extent revenues are not available; providing for refunding bonds; enacting other provisions relating to the subject; prescribing a severability provision; and declaring an emergency.
HB 1213 Last Action: Referred to Committee on Criminal Jurisprudence
Caption: Relating to the interception and use of wire or oral communications by amending the Code of Criminal Procedure, 1965, by adding a new Article; and declaring an emergency.
HB 1214 Last Action: Subcommittee hearing date
Caption: To provide for the recovery of damages for certain injuries not resulting in death.
HB 1215 Last Action: Subcommittee hearing date
Caption: To authorize and provide for the establishment and administration of a comprehensive crime and narcotics education program encompassing the services and efforts of regional education service centers and Texas school districts; providing guidelines to be considered in program development pusposes; providing an effective date of this Act; and declaring an emergency.
HB 1225 Last Action: Considered in public hearing
Caption: Relating to transferring cannabis from the Narcotic Drug Act to the Dangerous Drug Act and to expunging convictions involving cannabis under the Narcotic Drug Act.
HB 1365 Last Action: Referred to subcommittee
Caption: An Act to be known as the Texas Mass Transit Authority Act; defining terms; providing for a study and the development of a plan for establishing an Authority; providing for the creation of the Authority through an election procedure; providing for the extension of the jurisdiction of the Authority; providing for the management through an Authority Board; conferring powers on the Authority and its Board, including the power of eminent domain, the power to adopt rules and regulations, the power to establish rates, fares, tolls and charges, the power to accept grants and loans from the United States and other sources, and other powers; providing for the financing of the Authority through the imposition of taxes or other methods; providing for assessing and collection of taxes authorized; providing for the power to issue bonds; providing for the issuance of certificates of indebtedness; providing that the property is exempt from taxation; providing for the right to enter property to make surveys and examine the land; providing a severability clause.