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State News - Bills Passed
  • HB 5 Enrolled
    Relating to the powers and duties of the Department of Family and Protective Services and the transfer of certain powers and duties from the Health and Human Services Commission.
  • HB 7 Enrolled
    Relating to child protective services suits, motions, and services by the Department of Family and Protective Services and to the licensing of certain facilities, homes, and agencies that provide child-care services.
  • HB 22 Enrolled
    Relating to public school accountability.
  • HB 29 Enrolled
    Relating to prostitution and the trafficking of persons, civil racketeering related to trafficking, the prevention, investigation, and prosecution of and punishment for certain sexual offenses and offenses involving or related to trafficking, reimbursement of certain costs for criminal victims who are children, and the release and reporting of certain information relating to a child; increasing criminal penalties; creating criminal offenses.
  • HB 150 Enrolled
    Relating to the exemption from ad valorem taxation of, and the deferral or abatement of ad valorem taxes on, certain residence homesteads.
  • HB 156 Enrolled
    Relating to establishing a pilot program in designated public high schools in certain municipalities for placement of students in Junior Reserve Officers' Training Corps programs as an alternative to placement in disciplinary or juvenile justice alternative education programs.
  • HB 501 Enrolled
    Relating to personal financial statements filed by public officers and candidates, including the disclosure of certain contracts, agreements, services, and compensation in and the amendment of those statements.
  • HB 555 Enrolled
    Relating to an additional fee for issuing a marriage license to applicants who are not residents of this state and the form of a marriage license and application for a marriage license.
  • HB 557 Enrolled
    Relating to the expunction of arrest records and files for certain persons and to the return of certain fees to a person whose criminal record has been expunged; authorizing a fee.
  • HB 810 Enrolled
    Relating to the provision of certain investigational stem cell treatments to patients with certain severe chronic diseases or terminal illnesses and regulating the possession, use, and transfer of adult stem cells; creating a criminal offense.
  • HB 931 Enrolled
    Relating to liability of certain electric utilities that contract with political subdivisions for certain uses of land that the electric utility owns, occupies, or leases.
  • HB 1003 Enrolled
    Relating to investment of public funds, including certain expenditures by public institutions of higher education and university systems that are eligible for certain tax credits.
  • HB 1036 Enrolled
    Relating to coverage for certain breast cancer screening procedures under certain health benefit plans.
  • HB 1278 Enrolled
    Relating to availability of personal information of certain current and former prosecutors.
  • HB 1290 Enrolled
    Relating to the required repeal of a state agency rule and a government growth impact statement before adoption of a new state agency rule.

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