Legislative Research: TX HB87 | 2017 | 85th Legislature 1st Special Session

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SessionTitle/DescriptionLast Action
2021-2022
87th Legislature

(Introduced)
Relating to requiring certain employers to provide paid sick leave to employees; providing administrative and civil penalties.
[HB87 2021 Detail][HB87 2021 Text][HB87 2021 Comments]
2021-02-25
Referred to International Relations & Economic Development
2019-2020
86th Legislature

(Passed)
Relating to information provided to minors during the driver's license application process.
[HB87 2019 Detail][HB87 2019 Text][HB87 2019 Comments]
2019-05-25
Effective on 9/1/19
2017
85th Legislature 1st Special Session

(Introduced - Dead)
Relating to the authority of a property owner to request that notice of a protest hearing before the appraisal review board be delivered by certified mail or electronic mail.
[HB87 2017 Detail][HB87 2017 Text][HB87 2017 Comments]
2017-07-20
Referred to Ways & Means
2017-2018
85th Legislature

(Introduced - Dead)
Relating to the regulation of abortion procedures.
[HB87 2017 Detail][HB87 2017 Text][HB87 2017 Comments]
2017-02-13
Referred to State Affairs
2015-2016
84th Legislature

(Introduced - Dead)
Relating to the collection and recycling of computer and television equipment by certain retailers; providing for the imposition of administrative penalties.
[HB87 2015 Detail][HB87 2015 Text][HB87 2015 Comments]
2015-03-24
Left pending in committee
2013
83rd Legislature 1st Special Session

(Introduced - Dead)
Relating to the expansion of eligibility for Medicaid in certain counties under the federal Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act.
[HB87 2013 Detail][HB87 2013 Text][HB87 2013 Comments]
2013-06-19
Filed
2013-2014
83rd Legislature

(Introduced - Dead)
Relating to regulation of an individual's occupation.
[HB87 2013 Detail][HB87 2013 Text][HB87 2013 Comments]
2013-04-30
Committee report sent to Calendars
2011-2012
82nd Legislature

(Introduced - Dead)
Relating to the regulation of metal recycling entities; providing penalties.
[HB87 2011 Detail][HB87 2011 Text][HB87 2011 Comments]
2011-02-09
Referred to Environmental Regulation
2009-2010
81st Legislature

(Introduced - Dead)
Relating to increasing the amount of the residence homestead exemption from ad valorem taxation by a school district to $45,000, providing for a reduction of the limitation on the total amount of ad valorem taxes that may be imposed by a school distr...
[HB87 2009 Detail][HB87 2009 Text][HB87 2009 Comments]
2009-03-11
Left pending in committee

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Legislative Citation

APA
TX HB87 | 2017 | 85th Legislature 1st Special Session. (2017, July 20). LegiScan. Retrieved June 22, 2021, from https://legiscan.com/TX/bill/HB87/2017/X1
MLA
"TX HB87 | 2017 | 85th Legislature 1st Special Session." LegiScan. LegiScan LLC, 20 Jul. 2017. Web. 22 Jun. 2021. <https://legiscan.com/TX/bill/HB87/2017/X1>.
Chicago
"TX HB87 | 2017 | 85th Legislature 1st Special Session." July 20, 2017 LegiScan. Accessed June 22, 2021. https://legiscan.com/TX/bill/HB87/2017/X1.
Turabian
LegiScan. TX HB87 | 2017 | 85th Legislature 1st Special Session. 20 July 2017. https://legiscan.com/TX/bill/HB87/2017/X1 (accessed June 22, 2021).

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