Legislative Tracker

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Bill       Author Caption
House    
HB 66 Guillen Relating to the appointment by certain elected officials of students to receive a Texas Armed Services Scholarship.
HB 170 Lucio III Relating to exempting books purchased, used, or consumed by university and college students from the sales and use tax for limited periods.
HB 242 Hernandez Relating to exempting textbooks purchased, used, or consumed by university and college students from the sales and use tax for limited periods.
HB 248 Hernandez Relating to a cost-of-living increase applicable to benefits paid by the Teacher Retirement System of Texas.
HB 254 Hernandez Relating to a single common course numbering system for public institutions of higher education in this state.
HB 282 Anchia Relating to the carrying of handguns on the campuses of and certain other locations associated with institutions of higher education.
HB 350 Canales Relating to exempting textbooks purchased, used, or consumed by university and college students from the sales and use tax for limited periods.
HB 364 Huberty Relating to exemptions for disabled peace officers and fire fighters from payment of tuition and fees at public institutions of higher education.
HB 375 Stickland Relating to providing for the carrying of handguns without a license and to related offenses and penalties.
HB 378 Oliverson Relating to a requirement that online admission application forms for public institutions of higher education include a link to certain employment data relating to fields of study.
HB 385 Murphy Relating to the elimination of certain formula funding and dropped course restrictions for students enrolled in accelerated, affordable baccalaureate programs at public institutions of higher education.
HB 391 Howard Relating to the carrying of handguns on the campuses of and certain other locations associated with institutions of higher education.
HB 392 Howard Relating to certain offenses involving the carrying of handguns by license holders on the premises of certain hospitals, mental health facilities, and nursing facilities.
HB 393 Stickland Relating to the determination of resident status of students by public institutions of higher education.
HB 397 Allen Relating to benefits paid by the Teacher Retirement System of Texas.
HB 417 White Relating to the repeal of the Texas Success Initiative.
HB 430 Johnson, Jarvis Relating to outcomes-based funding for general academic teaching institutions.
HB 440 Martinez, "Mando" Relating to a cost-of-living increase applicable to benefits paid by the Teacher Retirement System of Texas.
     
 

 

Bill       Author         Caption
Senate    
SB 32 Zaffirini Relating to the establishment and operation of the Texas B-On-time student loan program.
SB 33 Zaffirini Relating to eligibility for a TEXAS Grant and to administration of the TEXAS grant program.
SB 34 Zaffirini Relating to outcomes-based funding for general academic teaching institutions.
SB 48 Zaffirini Relating to exempting books purchased, used, or consumed by certain university and college students from the sales and use tax for limited periods.
SB 49 Zaffirini Relating to the appointment by certain elected officials of students to receive a Texas Armed Services Scholarship.
SB 141 Taylor, Van Relating to eligibility for a TEXAS grant.
SB 217 Menéndez Relating to a supplemental payment for retirees of the Teacher Retirement System of Texas and the unfunded actuarial liabilities allowed under that system.
SB 218 Menéndez Relating to a cost-of-living adjustment applicable to certain benefits paid by the Teacher Retirement System of Texas.
SB 219 Menéndez Relating to the state contribution to the Teacher Retirement System of Texas.
SB 250 Schwertner Relating to limitations on increases in fees and designated tuition charged by certain public institutions of higher education.
SJR 24 Taylor, Van Proposing a constitutional amendment providing for certain excess revenue to be dedicated toward contributions to state retirement systems, the health benefit plan for retired education employees and their dependents, the Texas tomorrow fund, the permanent school fund, and the permanent university fund.