Bill Text: TX HB3607 | 2021-2022 | 87th Legislature | Enrolled


Bill Title: Relating to nonsubstantive additions to, revisions of, and corrections in enacted codes, to the nonsubstantive codification or disposition of various laws omitted from enacted codes, and to conforming codifications enacted by the 86th Legislature to other Acts of that legislature.

Spectrum: Bipartisan Bill

Status: (Enrolled) 2021-06-01 - Sent to the Governor [HB3607 Detail]

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  H.B. No. 3607
 
 
 
 
AN ACT
  relating to nonsubstantive additions to, revisions of, and
  corrections in enacted codes, to the nonsubstantive codification or
  disposition of various laws omitted from enacted codes, and to
  conforming codifications enacted by the 86th Legislature to other
  Acts of that legislature.
         BE IT ENACTED BY THE LEGISLATURE OF THE STATE OF TEXAS:
  ARTICLE 1. GENERAL PROVISIONS
         SECTION 1.001.  This Act is enacted as part of the state's
  continuing statutory revision program under Chapter 323,
  Government Code. This Act is a revision for purposes of Section 43,
  Article III, Texas Constitution, and has the purposes of:
               (1)  codifying without substantive change or providing
  for other appropriate disposition of various statutes that were
  omitted from enacted codes;
               (2)  conforming codifications enacted by the 86th
  Legislature to other Acts of that legislature that amended the laws
  codified or added new law to subject matter codified;
               (3)  revising without substantive change provisions in
  enacted codes;
               (4)  making necessary corrections to enacted codes; and
               (5)  renumbering or otherwise redesignating titles,
  chapters, and sections of codes that duplicate title, chapter, or
  section designations.
         SECTION 1.002.  (a) The repeal of a statute by this Act does
  not affect an amendment, revision, or reenactment of the statute by
  the 87th Legislature, Regular Session, 2021. The amendment,
  revision, or reenactment is preserved and given effect as part of
  the code provision that revised the statute so amended, revised, or
  reenacted.
         (b)  If any provision of this Act conflicts with a statute
  enacted by the 87th Legislature, Regular Session, 2021, the statute
  controls.
         SECTION 1.003.  (a) A transition or saving provision of a
  law codified by this Act applies to the codified law to the same
  extent as it applied to the original law.
         (b)  The repeal of a transition or saving provision by this
  Act does not affect the application of the provision to the codified
  law.
         (c)  In this section, "transition provision" includes any
  temporary provision providing for a special situation in the
  transition period between the existing law and the establishment or
  implementation of the new law.
         SECTION 1.004.  (a) The repeal of a law, including a
  validating law, by this Act does not remove, void, or otherwise
  affect in any manner a validation under the repealed law. The
  validation is preserved and continues to have the same effect that
  it would have if the law were not repealed.
         (b)  Subsection (a) of this section does not diminish the
  saving provisions prescribed by Section 311.031, Government Code.
  ARTICLE 2. CHANGES RELATING TO ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGE CODE
         SECTION 2.001.  (a) Section 48.01, Alcoholic Beverage Code,
  as amended by Chapters 230 (H.B. 2196) and 1359 (H.B. 1545), Acts of
  the 86th Legislature, Regular Session, 2019, is reenacted to read
  as follows:
         Sec. 48.01.  AUTHORIZED ACTIVITIES. A passenger
  transportation permit authorizes the permit holder to sell or serve
  the types of alcoholic beverages specifically authorized by this
  chapter.
         (b)  Section 48.04, Alcoholic Beverage Code, as effective
  September 1, 2021, is amended to conform to Chapter 230 (H.B. 2196),
  Acts of the 86th Legislature, Regular Session, 2019, by adding
  Subsection (e) to read as follows:
         (e)  This subsection applies only to a passenger train
  operated by or on behalf of the Texas State Railroad Authority. An
  alcoholic beverage purchased by a consumer on a passenger train for
  present consumption may be removed from the train for consumption
  on property that is part of a public entertainment facility owned or
  leased by the Texas State Railroad Authority. An alcoholic
  beverage in an open container purchased by a consumer on property
  that is part of a public entertainment facility owned or leased by
  the Texas State Railroad Authority may be consumed on a passenger
  train.
         (c)  Section 108.82(b), Alcoholic Beverage Code, as amended
  by Chapter 230 (H.B. 2196), Acts of the 86th Legislature, Regular
  Session, 2019, is amended to read as follows:
         (b)  Notwithstanding Section 28.10, the concessionaire for a
  public entertainment facility described by Subsection (a) may allow
  a patron who possesses an alcoholic beverage to enter or leave a
  licensed or permitted premises within the facility if the alcoholic
  beverage:
               (1)  is in an open container, as defined by Section
  49.031, Penal Code;
               (2)  appears to be possessed for present consumption;
               (3)  except as provided by Section 48.04(e) [48.01(b)],
  remains within the confines of the facility, excluding a parking
  lot; and
               (4)  was purchased legally at a licensed or permitted
  premises within the facility.
         SECTION 2.002.  Subsection (h), Section 74.01, Alcoholic
  Beverage Code, as added by Chapter 434 (S.B. 1232), Acts of the 86th
  Legislature, Regular Session, 2019, is redesignated as Subsection
  (f), Section 74.01, Alcoholic Beverage Code, and amended to conform
  to Chapter 1359 (H.B. 1545), Acts of the 86th Legislature, Regular
  Session, 2019, to read as follows:
         (f) [(h)]  This section does not authorize the holder of a
  brewpub license who also holds a wine and malt beverage [beer]
  retailer's permit to deliver alcoholic beverages directly to
  ultimate consumers for off-premise consumption at a location other
  than the licensed premises.
  ARTICLE 3. CHANGES RELATING TO CIVIL PRACTICE AND REMEDIES CODE
         SECTION 3.001.  Section 27.010(a), Civil Practice and
  Remedies Code, is amended to conform to Chapter 469 (H.B. 4173),
  Acts of the 86th Legislature, Regular Session, 2019, to read as
  follows:
         (a)  This chapter does not apply to:
               (1)  an enforcement action that is brought in the name
  of this state or a political subdivision of this state by the
  attorney general, a district attorney, a criminal district
  attorney, or a county attorney;
               (2)  a legal action brought against a person primarily
  engaged in the business of selling or leasing goods or services, if
  the statement or conduct arises out of the sale or lease of goods,
  services, or an insurance product, insurance services, or a
  commercial transaction in which the intended audience is an actual
  or potential buyer or customer;
               (3)  a legal action seeking recovery for bodily injury,
  wrongful death, or survival or to statements made regarding that
  legal action;
               (4)  a legal action brought under the Insurance Code or
  arising out of an insurance contract;
               (5)  a legal action arising from an officer-director,
  employee-employer, or independent contractor relationship that:
                     (A)  seeks recovery for misappropriation of trade
  secrets or corporate opportunities; or
                     (B)  seeks to enforce a non-disparagement
  agreement or a covenant not to compete;
               (6)  a legal action filed under Title 1, 2, 4, or 5,
  Family Code, or an application for a protective order under
  Subchapter A, Chapter 7B [7A], Code of Criminal Procedure;
               (7)  a legal action brought under Chapter 17, Business &
  Commerce Code, other than an action governed by Section 17.49(a)
  of that chapter;
               (8)  a legal action in which a moving party raises a
  defense pursuant to Section 160.010, Occupations Code, Section
  161.033, Health and Safety Code, or the Health Care Quality
  Improvement Act of 1986 (42 U.S.C. 11101 et seq.);
               (9)  an eviction suit brought under Chapter 24,
  Property Code;
               (10)  a disciplinary action or disciplinary proceeding
  brought under Chapter 81, Government Code, or the Texas Rules of
  Disciplinary Procedure;
               (11)  a legal action brought under Chapter 554,
  Government Code; or
               (12)  a legal action based on a common law fraud claim.
         SECTION 3.002.  Section 144.010, Civil Practice and Remedies
  Code, is repealed as executed.
  ARTICLE 4. CHANGES RELATING TO CODE OF CRIMINAL PROCEDURE
         SECTION 4.001.  Article 2.26(c), Code of Criminal Procedure,
  is amended to correct a reference to read as follows:
         (c)  This section does not preclude any symbol from being
  valid as a signature under other applicable law, including Section
  1.201(b)(37) [1.201(39)], Business & Commerce Code.
         SECTION 4.002.  (a) The heading to Subchapter A, Chapter 7B,
  Code of Criminal Procedure, is amended to conform to Chapter 955
  (S.B. 194), Acts of the 86th Legislature, Regular Session, 2019, to
  read as follows:
  SUBCHAPTER A.  PROTECTIVE ORDER FOR VICTIMS OF SEXUAL ASSAULT OR
  ABUSE, INDECENT ASSAULT, STALKING, OR TRAFFICKING
         (b)  Article 7B.001, Code of Criminal Procedure, is amended
  to conform to Chapters 955 (S.B. 194) and 1066 (H.B. 1343), Acts of
  the 86th Legislature, Regular Session, 2019, by amending Subsection
  (a) and adding Subsections (a-1) and (a-2) to read as follows:
         (a)  The following persons may file an application for a
  protective order under this subchapter without regard to the
  relationship between the applicant and the alleged offender:
               (1)  a person who is the victim of an offense under
  Section 21.02, 21.11, 22.011, 22.012, 22.021, or 42.072, Penal
  Code;
               (2)  a person who is the victim of an offense under
  Section 20A.02, 20A.03, or 43.05, Penal Code;
               (3)  a parent or guardian acting on behalf of a person
  younger than 17 years of age who is the victim of an offense listed
  in Subdivision (1);
               (4)  a parent or guardian acting on behalf of a person
  younger than 18 years of age who is the victim of an offense listed
  in Subdivision (2); or
               (5)  a prosecuting attorney acting on behalf of a
  person described by Subdivision (1), (2), (3), or (4).
         (a-1)  Except as provided by Subsection (a-2), if an
  application has not yet been filed in the case under Subsection (a),
  the attorney representing the state shall promptly file an
  application for a protective order with respect to each victim of an
  offense listed in Subdivision (1) or (2) of that subsection
  following the offender's conviction of or placement on deferred
  adjudication community supervision for the offense.
         (a-2)  The attorney representing the state may not file an
  application under Subsection (a-1) with respect to a victim who is
  at least 18 years of age if the victim requests that the attorney
  representing the state not file the application.
         (c)  Article 7B.002, Code of Criminal Procedure, is amended
  to conform to Chapter 955 (S.B. 194), Acts of the 86th Legislature,
  Regular Session, 2019, to read as follows:
         Art. 7B.002.  TEMPORARY EX PARTE ORDER.  If the court finds
  from the information contained in an application for a protective
  order that there is a clear and present danger of sexual assault or
  abuse, indecent assault, stalking, trafficking, or other harm to
  the applicant, the court, without further notice to the alleged
  offender and without a hearing, may issue a temporary ex parte order
  for the protection of the applicant or any other member of the
  applicant's family or household.
         (d)  Article 7B.003, Code of Criminal Procedure, is amended
  to conform to Chapters 955 (S.B. 194) and 1066 (H.B. 1343), Acts of
  the 86th Legislature, Regular Session, 2019, by amending Subsection
  (a) and adding Subsection (c) to read as follows:
         (a)  At the close of a hearing on an application for a
  protective order under this subchapter, the court shall find
  whether there are reasonable grounds to believe that the applicant
  is the victim of sexual assault or abuse, indecent assault,
  stalking, or trafficking.
         (c)  An offender's conviction of or placement on deferred
  adjudication community supervision for an offense listed in Article
  7B.001(a)(1) or (2) constitutes reasonable grounds under
  Subsection (a).
         (e)  Article 7B.004, Code of Criminal Procedure, is amended
  to conform to Chapter 955 (S.B. 194), Acts of the 86th Legislature,
  Regular Session, 2019, to read as follows:
         Art. 7B.004.  HEARSAY STATEMENT OF CHILD VICTIM.  In a
  hearing on an application for a protective order under this
  subchapter, a statement that is made by a child younger than 14
  years of age who is the victim of an offense under Section 21.02,
  21.11, 22.011, 22.012, or 22.021, Penal Code, and that describes
  the offense committed against the child is admissible as evidence
  in the same manner that a child's statement regarding alleged abuse
  against the child is admissible under Section 104.006, Family Code,
  in a suit affecting the parent-child relationship.
         (f)  Article 7B.007, Code of Criminal Procedure, is amended
  to conform to Chapter 1066 (H.B. 1343), Acts of the 86th
  Legislature, Regular Session, 2019, by adding Subsection (a-1) to
  read as follows:
         (a-1)  The court shall issue a protective order effective for
  the duration of the lives of the offender and victim if the offender
  is:
               (1)  convicted of or placed on deferred adjudication
  community supervision for an offense listed in Article 7B.001(a)(1)
  or (2); and
               (2)  required under Chapter 62 to register for life as a
  sex offender.
         (g)  The following provisions are repealed:
               (1)  Section 2, Chapter 955 (S.B. 194), Acts of the 86th
  Legislature, Regular Session, 2019, which amended the heading to
  Chapter 7A, Code of Criminal Procedure;
               (2)  Section 3, Chapter 955 (S.B. 194), and Section 1,
  Chapter 1066 (H.B. 1343), Acts of the 86th Legislature, Regular
  Session, 2019, which amended Article 7A.01, Code of Criminal
  Procedure;
               (3)  Section 4, Chapter 955 (S.B. 194), Acts of the 86th
  Legislature, Regular Session, 2019, which amended Article 7A.02,
  Code of Criminal Procedure;
               (4)  Section 5, Chapter 955 (S.B. 194), and Section 2,
  Chapter 1066 (H.B. 1343), Acts of the 86th Legislature, Regular
  Session, 2019, which amended Article 7A.03, Code of Criminal
  Procedure;
               (5)  Section 6, Chapter 955 (S.B. 194), Acts of the 86th
  Legislature, Regular Session, 2019, which amended Article 7A.035,
  Code of Criminal Procedure; and
               (6)  Section 3, Chapter 1066 (H.B. 1343), Acts of the
  86th Legislature, Regular Session, 2019, which amended Article
  7A.07, Code of Criminal Procedure.
         SECTION 4.003.  Article 16.22(c), Code of Criminal
  Procedure, as amended by Chapters 582 (S.B. 362) and 1276 (H.B.
  601), Acts of the 86th Legislature, Regular Session, 2019, is
  reenacted to read as follows:
         (c)  After the trial court receives the applicable expert's
  written report relating to the defendant under Subsection (b-1) or
  elects to use the results of a previous determination as described
  by Subsection (a)(2), the trial court may, as applicable:
               (1)  resume criminal proceedings against the
  defendant, including any appropriate proceedings related to the
  defendant's release on personal bond under Article 17.032 if the
  defendant is being held in custody;
               (2)  resume or initiate competency proceedings, if
  required, as provided by Chapter 46B;
               (3)  consider the written report during the punishment
  phase after a conviction of the offense for which the defendant was
  arrested, as part of a presentence investigation report, or in
  connection with the impositions of conditions following placement
  on community supervision, including deferred adjudication
  community supervision;
               (4)  refer the defendant to an appropriate specialty
  court established or operated under Subtitle K, Title 2, Government
  Code; or
               (5)  if the offense charged does not involve an act,
  attempt, or threat of serious bodily injury to another person,
  release the defendant on bail while charges against the defendant
  remain pending and enter an order transferring the defendant to the
  appropriate court for court-ordered outpatient mental health
  services under Chapter 574, Health and Safety Code.
         SECTION 4.004.  Section 4, Article 42.01, Code of Criminal
  Procedure, is amended to correct a typographical error to read as
  follows:
         Sec. 4.  The Office of Court Administration of the Texas
  Judicial System shall promulgate a standardized felony judgment
  form that conforms to the requirements of Section 1 of this article.
  A court entering a felony judgment [judgement] shall use the form
  promulgated under this section.
         SECTION 4.005.  Article 42A.102(b), Code of Criminal
  Procedure, as amended by Chapters 1137 (H.B. 2758) and 1298 (H.B.
  3582), Acts of the 86th Legislature, Regular Session, 2019, is
  reenacted and amended to read as follows:
         (b)  In all other cases, the judge may grant deferred
  adjudication community supervision unless:
               (1)  the defendant is charged with an offense:
                     (A)  under Section 20A.02, [or] 20A.03, [or]
  49.045, 49.05, 49.065, 49.07, or 49.08, Penal Code;
                     (B)  under Section 49.04 or 49.06, Penal Code,
  and, at the time of the offense:
                           (i)  the defendant held a commercial
  driver's license or a commercial learner's permit; or
                           (ii)  the defendant's alcohol concentration,
  as defined by Section 49.01, Penal Code, was 0.15 or more;
                     (C)  for which punishment may be increased under
  Section 49.09, Penal Code; or
                     (D)  for which punishment may be increased under
  Section 481.134(c), (d), (e), or (f), Health and Safety Code, if it
  is shown that the defendant has been previously convicted of an
  offense for which punishment was increased under any one of those
  subsections;
               (2)  the defendant:
                     (A)  is charged with an offense under Section
  21.11, 22.011, 22.021, 43.04, or 43.05, Penal Code, regardless of
  the age of the victim, or a felony described by Article 42A.453(b),
  other than a felony described by Subdivision (1)(A) or (3)(B) of
  this subsection; and
                     (B)  has previously been placed on community
  supervision for an offense under Paragraph (A);
               (3)  the defendant is charged with an offense under:
                     (A)  Section 21.02, Penal Code; or
                     (B)  Section 22.021, Penal Code, that is
  punishable under Subsection (f) of that section or under Section
  12.42(c)(3) or (4), Penal Code; or
               (4)  the defendant is charged with an offense under
  Section 19.02, Penal Code, except that the judge may grant deferred
  adjudication community supervision on determining that the
  defendant did not cause the death of the deceased, did not intend to
  kill the deceased or another, and did not anticipate that a human
  life would be taken.
         SECTION 4.006.  Article 42A.408(e-1), Code of Criminal
  Procedure, is amended to conform to Chapter 1094 (H.B. 2048), Acts
  of the 86th Legislature, Regular Session, 2019, to read as follows:
         (e-1)  Except as provided by Subsection (e-2), a judge
  granting deferred adjudication community supervision to a
  defendant for an offense under Section 49.04 or 49.06, Penal Code,
  shall require that the defendant as a condition of community
  supervision have an ignition interlock device installed on the
  motor vehicle owned by the defendant or on the vehicle most
  regularly driven by the defendant and that the defendant not
  operate any motor vehicle that is not equipped with that device.  If
  the judge determines that the defendant is unable to pay for the
  ignition interlock device, the judge may impose a reasonable
  payment schedule, as provided by Subsection (f).  If the defendant
  provides the court evidence under Section 709.001 [708.158],
  Transportation Code, sufficient to establish that the defendant is
  indigent for purposes of that section, the judge may enter in the
  record a finding that the defendant is indigent and reduce the costs
  to the defendant by ordering a waiver of the installation charge for
  the ignition interlock device and a 50 percent reduction of the
  monthly device monitoring fee.  A reduction in costs ordered under
  this subsection does not apply to any fees that may be assessed
  against the defendant if the ignition interlock device detects
  ethyl alcohol on the breath of the person attempting to operate the
  motor vehicle.
         SECTION 4.007.  (a) Article 56A.001, Code of Criminal
  Procedure, is amended to conform to Section 1, Chapter 1037 (H.B.
  616), Acts of the 86th Legislature, Regular Session, 2019, by
  adding Subdivision (6-a) to read as follows:
               (6-a)  "Sexual assault examiner" and "sexual assault
  nurse examiner" have the meanings assigned by Section 420.003,
  Government Code.
         (b)  Section 1, Chapter 1037 (H.B. 616), Acts of the 86th
  Legislature, Regular Session, 2019, which amended Article 56.01,
  Code of Criminal Procedure, is repealed.
         SECTION 4.008.  (a) The heading to Article 56A.052, Code of
  Criminal Procedure, is amended to conform to Section 8, Chapter 955
  (S.B. 194), Acts of the 86th Legislature, Regular Session, 2019, to
  read as follows:
         Art. 56A.052.  ADDITIONAL RIGHTS OF VICTIMS OF SEXUAL
  ASSAULT, INDECENT ASSAULT, STALKING, OR TRAFFICKING.
         (b)  Section 8, Chapter 955 (S.B. 194), Acts of the 86th
  Legislature, Regular Session, 2019, which amended the heading to
  Article 56.021, Code of Criminal Procedure, is repealed.
         SECTION 4.009.  (a) Article 56A.052, Code of Criminal
  Procedure, is amended to conform to Section 4.02, Chapter 413 (S.B.
  20), Section 2, Chapter 529 (S.B. 1801), Section 9, Chapter 955
  (S.B. 194), and Section 2, Chapter 1037 (H.B. 616), Acts of the 86th
  Legislature, Regular Session, 2019, by amending Subsections (a) and
  (d) and adding Subsection (e) to read as follows:
         (a)  If the offense is a sexual assault, a victim, guardian
  of a victim, or close relative of a deceased victim is entitled to
  the following rights within the criminal justice system:
               (1)  if requested, the right to a disclosure of
  information regarding:
                     (A)  any evidence that was collected during the
  investigation of the offense, unless disclosing the information
  would interfere with the investigation or prosecution of the
  offense, in which event the victim, guardian, or relative shall be
  informed of the estimated date on which that information is
  expected to be disclosed; and
                     (B)  the status of any analysis being performed of
  any evidence described by Paragraph (A);
               (2)  if requested, the right to be notified:
                     (A)  at the time a request is submitted to a crime
  laboratory to process and analyze any evidence that was collected
  during the investigation of the offense;
                     (B)  at the time of the submission of a request to
  compare any biological evidence collected during the investigation
  of the offense with DNA profiles maintained in a state or federal
  DNA database; and
                     (C)  of the results of the comparison described by
  Paragraph (B), unless disclosing the results would interfere with
  the investigation or prosecution of the offense, in which event the
  victim, guardian, or relative shall be informed of the estimated
  date on which those results are expected to be disclosed;
               (3)  if requested, the right to counseling regarding
  acquired immune deficiency syndrome (AIDS) and human
  immunodeficiency virus (HIV) infection; and
               (4)  for the victim, the right to:
                     (A)  testing for acquired immune deficiency
  syndrome (AIDS), human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) infection,
  antibodies to HIV, or infection with any other probable causative
  agent of AIDS; and
                     (B)  a forensic medical examination to the extent
  provided by Subchapters F and G if, within 120 [96] hours of the
  offense:
                           (i)  the offense is reported to a law
  enforcement agency; or
                           (ii)  a forensic medical examination is
  otherwise conducted at a health care facility.
         (d)  This subsection applies only to a victim of an offense
  under Section 20A.02, 20A.03, 21.02, 21.11, 22.011, 22.012,
  22.021, 42.072, or 43.05, Penal Code.  A victim described by this
  subsection or a parent or guardian of the victim is entitled to the
  following rights within the criminal justice system:
               (1)  the right to be informed:
                     (A)  that the victim or the victim's parent or
  guardian, as applicable, may file an application for a protective
  order under Article 7B.001;
                     (B)  of the court in which the application for a
  protective order may be filed; and
                     (C)  that, on request of the victim or of the
  victim's parent or guardian, as applicable, and subject to the
  Texas Disciplinary Rules of Professional Conduct, the attorney
  representing the state may file the application for a protective
  order on behalf of the victim;
               (2)  the right to request that the attorney
  representing the state, subject to the Texas Disciplinary Rules of
  Professional Conduct, file an application for a protective order
  described by Subdivision (1);
               (3)  if the victim or the victim's parent or guardian,
  as applicable, is present when the defendant is convicted or placed
  on deferred adjudication community supervision, the right to:
                     (A)  be given by the court the information
  described by Subdivision (1); and
                     (B)  file an application for a protective order
  under Article 7B.001 immediately following the defendant's
  conviction or placement on deferred adjudication community
  supervision if the court has jurisdiction over the application; and
               (4)  if the victim or the victim's parent or guardian,
  as applicable, is not present when the defendant is convicted or
  placed on deferred adjudication community supervision, the right to
  be given by the attorney representing the state the information
  described by Subdivision (1).
         (e)  A victim of an offense under Section 20A.02, 20A.03, or
  43.05, Penal Code, is entitled to be informed that the victim may
  petition for an order of nondisclosure of criminal history record
  information under Section 411.0728, Government Code, if the victim:
               (1)  has been convicted of or placed on deferred
  adjudication community supervision for an offense described by
  Subsection (a)(1) of that section; and
               (2)  committed that offense solely as a victim of an
  offense under Section 20A.02, 20A.03, or 43.05, Penal Code.
         (b)  Section 4.02, Chapter 413 (S.B. 20), Section 2, Chapter
  529 (S.B. 1801), Section 9, Chapter 955 (S.B. 194), and Section 2,
  Chapter 1037 (H.B. 616), Acts of the 86th Legislature, Regular
  Session, 2019, which amended Article 56.021, Code of Criminal
  Procedure, are repealed.
         SECTION 4.010.  (a) Subchapter F, Chapter 56A, Code of
  Criminal Procedure, is amended to conform to Section 3, Chapter
  1037 (H.B. 616), Acts of the 86th Legislature, Regular Session,
  2019, by adding Articles 56A.2505 and 56A.256 to read as follows:
         Art. 56A.2505.  APPLICABILITY. This subchapter applies to
  health care facilities described by Article 56A.302.
         Art. 56A.256.  RULES. The attorney general shall adopt
  rules necessary to implement this subchapter.
         (b)  Article 56A.251, Code of Criminal Procedure, is amended
  to conform to Section 3, Chapter 1037 (H.B. 616), Acts of the 86th
  Legislature, Regular Session, 2019, by amending Subsection (a) and
  adding Subsection (d) to read as follows:
         (a)  Except as provided by Subsection (b), if a sexual
  assault is reported to a law enforcement agency within 120 [96]
  hours after the assault, the law enforcement agency, with the
  consent of the victim of the alleged assault, a person authorized to
  act on behalf of the victim, or an employee of the Department of
  Family and Protective Services, shall request a forensic medical
  examination of the victim for use in the investigation or
  prosecution of the offense.
         (d)  If a sexual assault is reported to a law enforcement
  agency as provided by Subsection (a) or (c), the law enforcement
  agency shall document, in the form and manner required by the
  attorney general, whether the agency requested a forensic medical
  examination. The law enforcement agency shall:
               (1)  provide the documentation of the agency's decision
  regarding a request for a forensic medical examination to:
                     (A)  the health care facility and the sexual
  assault examiner or sexual assault nurse examiner, as applicable,
  who provides services to the victim that are related to the sexual
  assault; and
                     (B)  the victim or the person who consented to the
  forensic medical examination on behalf of the victim; and
               (2)  maintain the documentation of the agency's
  decision in accordance with the agency's record retention policies.
         (c)  Article 56A.252, Code of Criminal Procedure, is amended
  to conform to Sections 3 and 8, Chapter 1037 (H.B. 616), Acts of the
  86th Legislature, Regular Session, 2019, to read as follows:
         Art. 56A.252.  PAYMENT OF COSTS OF EXAMINATION. (a) [A law
  enforcement agency that requests a forensic medical examination
  under Article 56A.251 shall pay all costs of the examination.]  On
  application to the attorney general, a health care facility that
  provides a forensic medical examination to a sexual assault
  survivor in accordance with this subchapter, or the [law
  enforcement agency is entitled to be reimbursed for the reasonable
  costs of the examination if the examination was performed by a
  physician or by a] sexual assault examiner or sexual assault nurse
  examiner who conducts that examination, as applicable, is entitled
  to be reimbursed in an amount set by attorney general rule for:
               (1)  the reasonable costs of the forensic portion of
  that examination; and
               (2)  the evidence collection kit [defined by Section
  420.003, Government Code].
         (b)  The application under Subsection (a) must be in the form
  and manner prescribed by the attorney general and must include:
               (1)  the documentation that the law enforcement agency
  requested the forensic medical examination, as required under
  Article 56A.251(d); and
               (2)  a complete and itemized bill of the reasonable
  costs of the forensic portion of the examination.
         (c)  A health care facility or a sexual assault examiner or
  sexual assault nurse examiner, as applicable, who applies for
  reimbursement under Subsection (a) shall accept reimbursement from
  the attorney general as payment for the costs unless:
               (1)  the health care facility or sexual assault
  examiner or sexual assault nurse examiner, as applicable:
                     (A)  requests, in writing, additional
  reimbursement from the attorney general; and
                     (B)  provides documentation in support of the
  additional reimbursement, as reasonably requested by the attorney
  general; and
               (2)  the attorney general determines that there is a
  reasonable justification for additional reimbursement.
         (d)  A health care facility is not entitled to reimbursement
  under this article unless the forensic medical examination was
  conducted at the facility by a physician, sexual assault examiner,
  or sexual assault nurse examiner.
         (e)  On request, the attorney general may provide training to
  a health care facility regarding the process for applying for
  reimbursement under this article.
         (d)  Section 3, Chapter 1037 (H.B. 616), Acts of the 86th
  Legislature, Regular Session, 2019, which amended Article 56.06,
  Code of Criminal Procedure, is repealed.
         SECTION 4.011.  Article 56A.301(3), Code of Criminal
  Procedure, is repealed to conform to the repeal of Article
  56.065(a)(3), Code of Criminal Procedure, by Section 8, Chapter
  1037 (H.B. 616), Acts of the 86th Legislature, Regular Session,
  2019.
         SECTION 4.012.  (a) Article 56A.303(a), Code of Criminal
  Procedure, is amended to conform to Section 4, Chapter 1037 (H.B.
  616), Acts of the 86th Legislature, Regular Session, 2019, to read
  as follows:
         (a)  In accordance with Subchapter B, Chapter 420,
  Government Code, and except as provided by Subsection (b), a health
  care facility shall conduct a forensic medical examination of a
  victim of an alleged sexual assault if:
               (1)  the victim arrives at the facility within 120 [96]
  hours after the assault occurred;
               (2)  the victim consents to the examination; and
               (3)  at the time of the examination the victim has not
  reported the assault to a law enforcement agency.
         (b)  Article 56A.304, Code of Criminal Procedure, is amended
  to conform to Sections 4 and 8, Chapter 1037 (H.B. 616), Acts of the
  86th Legislature, Regular Session, 2019, to read as follows:
         Art. 56A.304.  PAYMENT OF FEES RELATED TO EXAMINATION. (a)  
  On application to the [The department shall pay the appropriate
  fees, as set by] attorney general [rule], a health care facility
  that provides [for the forensic portion of] a forensic medical
  examination to a sexual assault survivor in accordance with this
  subchapter, or the [conducted under Article 56A.303(a) and for the
  evidence collection kit if a physician,] sexual assault examiner
  [,] or sexual assault nurse examiner who conducts that [the
  forensic portion of the] examination, as applicable, within 120
  [96] hours after the alleged sexual assault occurred is entitled to
  be reimbursed in an amount set by attorney general rule for:
               (1)  the reasonable costs of the forensic portion of
  that examination; and
               (2)  the evidence collection kit.
         (b)  The application under Subsection (a) must be in the form
  and manner prescribed by the attorney general and must include:
               (1)  certification that the examination was conducted
  in accordance with the requirements of Article 56A.303(a); and
               (2)  a complete and itemized bill of the reasonable
  costs of the forensic portion of the examination [attorney general
  shall reimburse the department for fees paid under Subsection (a)].
         (c)  A health care facility or a sexual assault examiner or
  sexual assault nurse examiner, as applicable, who applies for
  reimbursement under Subsection (a) shall accept reimbursement from
  the attorney general as payment for the costs unless:
               (1)  the health care facility or sexual assault
  examiner or sexual assault nurse examiner, as applicable:
                     (A)  requests, in writing, additional
  reimbursement from the attorney general; and
                     (B)  provides documentation in support of the
  additional reimbursement, as reasonably requested by the attorney
  general; and
               (2)  the attorney general determines that there is a
  reasonable justification for additional reimbursement.
         (d)  A health care facility is not entitled to reimbursement
  under this article unless the forensic medical examination was
  conducted at the facility by a physician, sexual assault examiner,
  or sexual assault nurse examiner.
         (e)  On request, the attorney general may provide training to
  a health care facility regarding the process for applying for
  reimbursement under this article.
         (f)  A victim of an alleged sexual assault may not be
  required to pay for:
               (1)  the forensic portion of the forensic medical
  examination; or
               (2)  the evidence collection kit.
         (c)  Section 4, Chapter 1037 (H.B. 616), Acts of the 86th
  Legislature, Regular Session, 2019, which amended Article 56.065,
  Code of Criminal Procedure, is repealed.
         SECTION 4.013.  (a) Article 56A.306, Code of Criminal
  Procedure, is amended to conform to Section 4, Chapter 408 (H.B. 8),
  Acts of the 86th Legislature, Regular Session, 2019, to read as
  follows:
         Art. 56A.306.  PROCEDURES FOR TRANSFER AND PRESERVATION OF
  EVIDENCE. (a)  The department, consistent with Chapter 420,
  Government Code, shall develop procedures for:
               (1)  the transfer [and preservation] of evidence
  collected under this subchapter to a crime laboratory or other
  suitable location designated by the public safety director of the
  department;
               (2)  the preservation of the evidence by the entity
  receiving the evidence; and
               (3)  the notification of the victim of the offense
  before a planned destruction of evidence under this article.
         (b)  Subject to Subsection (c), an [An] entity receiving
  [the] evidence described by Subsection (a) shall preserve the
  evidence until the earlier of:
               (1)  the fifth [second] anniversary of the date on
  which the evidence was collected; or
               (2)  the date on which written consent to release the
  evidence is obtained as provided by Section 420.0735, Government
  Code.
         (c)  An entity receiving evidence described by Subsection
  (a) may destroy the evidence on the expiration of the entity's duty
  to preserve the evidence under Subsection (b)(1) only if:
               (1)  the entity provides written notification to the
  victim of the offense, in a trauma-informed manner, of the decision
  to destroy the evidence that includes:
                     (A)  detailed instructions on how the victim may
  make a written objection to the decision, including contact
  information for the entity; or
                     (B)  a standard form for the victim to complete
  and return to the entity to make a written objection to the
  decision; and
               (2)  a written objection is not received by the entity
  from the victim before the 91st day after the date on which the
  entity notifies the victim of the planned destruction of the
  evidence.
         (d)  The entity shall document the entity's attempt to notify
  the victim under Subsection (c).
         (b)  Section 4, Chapter 408 (H.B. 8), Acts of the 86th
  Legislature, Regular Session, 2019, which amended Article 56.065,
  Code of Criminal Procedure, is repealed.
         SECTION 4.014.  (a) Article 56B.003(13), Code of Criminal
  Procedure, is amended to conform to Section 3.06, Chapter 413 (S.B.
  20), Acts of the 86th Legislature, Regular Session, 2019, to read as
  follows:
               (13)  "Trafficking of persons" means any offense that
  results in a person engaging in forced labor or services, including
  sexual conduct, and that may be prosecuted under Section 20A.02,
  20A.03, 43.03, 43.031, 43.04, 43.041, 43.05, 43.25, 43.251, or
  43.26, Penal Code.
         (b)  Section 3.06, Chapter 413 (S.B. 20), Acts of the 86th
  Legislature, Regular Session, 2019, which amended Article
  56.32(a)(14), Code of Criminal Procedure, is repealed.
         SECTION 4.015.  (a) Article 56B.106(c), Code of Criminal
  Procedure, is amended to conform to Section 1, Chapter 187 (H.B.
  2079), Acts of the 86th Legislature, Regular Session, 2019, to read
  as follows:
         (c)  A [victim who is a] victim of stalking, family violence,
  or trafficking of persons, [or] a victim of sexual assault who is
  assaulted in the victim's place of residence, or a child who is a
  victim of a murder attempt in the child's place of residence may
  receive a one-time assistance payment in an amount not to exceed:
               (1)  $2,000 to be used for relocation expenses,
  including expenses for rental deposit, utility connections,
  expenses relating to moving belongings, motor vehicle mileage
  expenses, and for an out-of-state move, transportation, lodging,
  and meals; and
               (2)  $1,800 to be used for housing rental expenses.
         (b)  Section 1, Chapter 187 (H.B. 2079), Acts of the 86th
  Legislature, Regular Session, 2019, which amended Article
  56.42(d), Code of Criminal Procedure, is repealed.
         SECTION 4.016.  (a) Article 56B.453(d), Code of Criminal
  Procedure, is amended to conform to Section 5, Chapter 1037 (H.B.
  616), Acts of the 86th Legislature, Regular Session, 2019, to read
  as follows:
         (d)  The attorney general may use the fund to:
               (1)  reimburse a health care facility or a sexual
  assault examiner or sexual assault nurse examiner for certain costs
  of a forensic medical examination that are incurred by the facility
  or the examiner [law enforcement agency for the reasonable costs of
  a forensic medical examination that are incurred by the agency]
  under Subchapter F or G, Chapter 56A, as provided by those
  subchapters; and
               (2)  make a payment to or on behalf of an individual for
  the reasonable costs incurred for medical care provided under
  Subchapter F or G, Chapter 56A, in accordance with Section 323.004,
  Health and Safety Code.
         (b)  Section 5, Chapter 1037 (H.B. 616), Acts of the 86th
  Legislature, Regular Session, 2019, which amended Article
  56.54(k), Code of Criminal Procedure, is repealed.
         SECTION 4.017.  (a) Article 58.051(11), Code of Criminal
  Procedure, is amended to conform to Section 3.07, Chapter 413 (S.B.
  20), Acts of the 86th Legislature, Regular Session, 2019, to read as
  follows:
               (11)  "Trafficking of persons" means any conduct that:
                     (A)  constitutes an offense under Section 20A.02,
  20A.03, 43.03, 43.031, 43.04, 43.041, 43.05, 43.25, 43.251, or
  43.26, Penal Code; and
                     (B)  results in a person:
                           (i)  engaging in forced labor or services;
  or
                           (ii)  otherwise becoming a victim of the
  offense.
         (b)  Section 3.07, Chapter 413 (S.B. 20), Acts of the 86th
  Legislature, Regular Session, 2019, which amended Article
  56.81(7), Code of Criminal Procedure, is repealed.
         SECTION 4.018.  Article 102.0173, Code of Criminal
  Procedure, as amended by Chapters 656 (S.B. 1840) and 1352 (S.B.
  346), Acts of the 86th Legislature, Regular Session, 2019, is
  reenacted and amended to read as follows:
         Art. 102.0173.  JUSTICE COURT ASSISTANCE AND TECHNOLOGY
  FUND. (a) The justice court assistance and technology fund is a
  fund in the county treasury. The fund consists of money allocated
  to the fund under Section 134.103, Local Government Code.
         (b)  Money in the justice court assistance and technology
  fund may be used only to finance:
               (1)  the cost of providing court personnel, including
  salaries and benefits for the court personnel;
               (2)  the cost of continuing education and training for
  justice court judges and court personnel; and
               (3)  the purchase and maintenance of technological
  enhancements for a justice court, including:
                     (A)  computer systems;
                     (B)  computer networks;
                     (C)  computer hardware;
                     (D)  computer software;
                     (E)  imaging systems;
                     (F)  electronic kiosks;
                     (G)  electronic ticket writers; and
                     (H)  docket management systems.
         (c)  The justice court assistance and technology fund shall
  be administered by or under the direction of the commissioners
  court of the county.
         (d)  A justice court may, subject to the approval of the
  commissioners court, use a fund designated by this article to
  assist a constable's office or other county department with a
  technological enhancement, or cost related to the enhancement,
  described by Subsection (b)(3) [(d)(3)] if the enhancement directly
  relates to the operation or efficiency of the justice court.
         SECTION 4.019.  Article 102.020(a), Code of Criminal
  Procedure, as amended by Chapter 1285 (H.B. 1399), Acts of the 86th
  Legislature, Regular Session, 2019, is repealed to conform to the
  repeal of Article 102.020, Code of Criminal Procedure, by Chapter
  1352 (S.B. 346), Acts of the 86th Legislature, Regular Session,
  2019.
         SECTION 4.020.  Article 102.022(a), Code of Criminal
  Procedure, as amended by Chapter 1094 (H.B. 2048), Acts of the 86th
  Legislature, Regular Session, 2019, is repealed to conform to the
  repeal of Article 102.022, Code of Criminal Procedure, by Chapter
  1352 (S.B. 346), Acts of the 86th Legislature, Regular Session,
  2019.
         SECTION 4.021.  Article 102.030(b), Code of Criminal
  Procedure, is amended to correct a reference to read as follows:
         (b)  The treasurer shall deposit the reimbursement fees
  collected under this article [section] in a separate account in the
  general fund of the county or municipality to be used for the
  purpose of improving the collection of outstanding court costs,
  fines, reimbursement fees, or restitution or improving the
  efficiency of the administration of justice in the county or
  municipality. The county or municipality shall prioritize the
  needs of the judicial officer who collected the fees when making
  expenditures under this subsection and use the money deposited to
  provide for those needs.
  ARTICLE 5. CHANGES RELATING TO EDUCATION CODE
         SECTION 5.001.  Section 8.155(a), Education Code, is amended
  to correct a reference to read as follows:
         (a)  A non-physician mental health professional employed
  under Section 8.152 shall, to the greatest extent possible, work
  collaboratively with the regional education service center and
  shall act as a resource for the center and school district personnel
  by:
               (1)  helping personnel gain awareness and a better
  understanding of mental health and co-occurring mental health and
  substance use disorders;
               (2)  assisting personnel to implement initiatives
  related to mental health or substance use under state law or agency
  rules, interagency memorandums of understanding, and related
  programs;
               (3)  ensuring personnel are aware of:
                     (A)  the list of recommended best practice-based
  programs and research-based practices developed under Section
  38.351 [Section 161.325, Health and Safety Code];
                     (B)  other public and private mental health and
  substance use prevention, treatment, and recovery programs
  available in the school district, including evidence-based
  programs provided by a local mental health authority and other
  public or private mental health providers; and
                     (C)  other available public and private mental
  health and substance use prevention, treatment, and recovery
  program resources administered by the local mental health authority
  or the Health and Human Services Commission to support school
  districts, students, and families;
               (4)  on a monthly basis, facilitating mental health
  first aid training;
               (5)  on a monthly basis, facilitating training
  regarding the effects of grief and trauma and providing support to
  children with intellectual or developmental disabilities who
  suffer from grief or trauma; and
               (6)  on a monthly basis, facilitating training on
  prevention and intervention programs that have been shown to be
  effective in helping students cope with pressures to:
                     (A)  use alcohol, cigarettes, or illegal drugs; or
                     (B)  misuse prescription drugs.
         SECTION 5.002.  Section 11.157(b), Education Code, as added
  by Chapter 677 (S.B. 2117), Acts of the 86th Legislature, Regular
  Session, 2019, is amended to conform to the transfer and
  redesignation of Section 42.2511, Education Code, by Chapter 943
  (H.B. 3), Acts of the 86th Legislature, Regular Session, 2019, to
  read as follows:
         (b)  A school district under contract with an
  open-enrollment charter school to jointly operate a campus or
  campus program during the 2017-2018 school year and under any
  renewal of that contract during the 2018-2019 school year is
  eligible to receive funding under former Section 42.2511 for each
  student or the portion of each student's school day under the
  direction of the open-enrollment charter school.  Beginning with
  the 2019-2020 school year, a school district is eligible to receive
  funding under Section 48.252 on the renewal of a contract described
  by this section. The commissioner may adopt rules to determine the
  portion of funding a school district is entitled to under this
  subsection.
         SECTION 5.003.  Section 12.104(b), Education Code, as
  amended by Chapters 262 (H.B. 1597), 464 (S.B. 11), 467 (H.B. 4170),
  and 943 (H.B. 3), Acts of the 86th Legislature, Regular Session,
  2019, is reenacted and amended to read as follows:
         (b)  An open-enrollment charter school is subject to:
               (1)  a provision of this title establishing a criminal
  offense;
               (2)  the provisions in Chapter 554, Government Code;
  and
               (3)  a prohibition, restriction, or requirement, as
  applicable, imposed by this title or a rule adopted under this
  title, relating to:
                     (A)  the Public Education Information Management
  System (PEIMS) to the extent necessary to monitor compliance with
  this subchapter as determined by the commissioner;
                     (B)  criminal history records under Subchapter C,
  Chapter 22;
                     (C)  reading instruments and accelerated reading
  instruction programs under Section 28.006;
                     (D)  accelerated instruction under Section
  28.0211;
                     (E)  high school graduation requirements under
  Section 28.025;
                     (F)  special education programs under Subchapter
  A, Chapter 29;
                     (G)  bilingual education under Subchapter B,
  Chapter 29;
                     (H)  prekindergarten programs under Subchapter E
  or E-1, Chapter 29;
                     (I)  extracurricular activities under Section
  33.081;
                     (J)  discipline management practices or behavior
  management techniques under Section 37.0021;
                     (K)  health and safety under Chapter 38;
                     (L)  public school accountability under
  Subchapters B, C, D, F, G, and J, Chapter 39, and Chapter 39A;
                     (M)  the requirement under Section 21.006 to
  report an educator's misconduct;
                     (N)  intensive programs of instruction under
  Section 28.0213;
                     (O)  the right of a school employee to report a
  crime, as provided by Section 37.148;
                     (P)  bullying prevention policies and procedures
  under Section 37.0832;
                     (Q)  the right of a school under Section 37.0052
  to place a student who has engaged in certain bullying behavior in a
  disciplinary alternative education program or to expel the student;
                     (R)  the right under Section 37.0151 to report to
  local law enforcement certain conduct constituting assault or
  harassment;
                     (S)  a parent's right to information regarding the
  provision of assistance for learning difficulties to the parent's
  child as provided by Sections 26.004(b)(11) and 26.0081(c) and (d);
                     (T)  establishment of residency under Section
  25.001;
                     (U) [(T)]  school safety requirements under
  Sections 37.108, 37.1081, 37.1082, 37.109, 37.113, 37.114, 37.115,
  37.207, and 37.2071;
                     (V) [(T)]  the early childhood literacy and
  mathematics proficiency plans under Section 11.185; and
                     (W) [(U)]  the college, career, and military
  readiness plans under Section 11.186.
         SECTION 5.004.  Section 21.410, Education Code, as amended
  by Chapter 439 (S.B. 1376), Acts of the 86th Legislature, Regular
  Session, 2019, is repealed to conform to the repeal of Section
  21.410, Education Code, by Chapter 943 (H.B. 3), Acts of the 86th
  Legislature, Regular Session, 2019.
         SECTION 5.005.  Section 21.451(d-3), Education Code, is
  amended to correct a reference to read as follows:
         (d-3)  The digital learning training provided by Subsection
  (d)(1)(C) [(d)(1)(E)] must:
               (1)  discuss basic technology proficiency expectations
  and methods to increase an educator's digital literacy; and
               (2)  assist an educator in the use of digital
  technology in learning activities that improve teaching,
  assessment, and instructional practices.
         SECTION 5.006.  Section 28.004(c), Education Code, as
  amended by Chapters 331 (S.B. 435), 352 (H.B. 18), and 464 (S.B.
  11), Acts of the 86th Legislature, Regular Session, 2019, is
  reenacted and amended to read as follows:
         (c)  The local school health advisory council's duties
  include recommending:
               (1)  the number of hours of instruction to be provided
  in:
                     (A)  health education in kindergarten through
  grade eight; and
                     (B)  if the school district requires health
  education for high school graduation, health education, including
  physical health education and mental health education, in grades 9
  through 12;
               (2)  policies, procedures, strategies, and curriculum
  appropriate for specific grade levels designed to prevent physical
  health concerns, including obesity, cardiovascular disease, Type 2
  diabetes, and mental health concerns, including suicide, through
  coordination of:
                     (A)  health education, which must address
  physical health concerns and mental health concerns to ensure the
  integration of physical health education and mental health
  education;
                     (B)  physical education and physical activity;
                     (C)  nutrition services;
                     (D)  parental involvement;
                     (E)  instruction on substance abuse prevention;
                     (F)  school health services, including mental
  health services;
                     (G)  a comprehensive school counseling program
  under Section 33.005;
                     (H)  a safe and healthy school environment; and
                     (I)  school employee wellness;
               (3)  appropriate grade levels and methods of
  instruction for human sexuality instruction;
               (4)  strategies for integrating the curriculum
  components specified by Subdivision (2) with the following elements
  in a coordinated school health program for the district:
                     (A)  school health services, including physical
  health services and mental health services, if provided at a campus
  by the district or by a third party under a contract with the
  district;
                     (B)  a comprehensive school counseling program
  under Section 33.005;
                     (C)  a safe and healthy school environment; and
                     (D)  school employee wellness;
               (5)  if feasible, joint use agreements or strategies
  for collaboration between the school district and community
  organizations or agencies; [and]
               (6)  strategies to increase parental awareness
  regarding:
                     (A)  risky behaviors and early warning signs of
  suicide risks and behavioral health concerns, including mental
  health disorders and substance use disorders; and
                     (B)  available community programs and services
  that address risky behaviors, suicide risks, and behavioral health
  concerns; and
               (7) [(6)]  appropriate grade levels and curriculum for
  instruction regarding opioid addiction and abuse and methods of
  administering an opioid antagonist, as defined by Section 483.101,
  Health and Safety Code.
         SECTION 5.007.  Section 28.009(b-2), Education Code, as
  amended by Chapters 264 (S.B. 1276) and 901 (H.B. 3650), Acts of the
  86th Legislature, Regular Session, 2019, is reenacted and amended
  to read as follows:
         (b-2)  Any agreement, including a memorandum of
  understanding or articulation agreement, between a school district
  and public institution of higher education to provide a dual credit
  program described by Subsection (b-1) must:
               (1)  include specific program goals aligned with the
  statewide goals developed under Subsection (b-1);
               (2)  establish common advising strategies and
  terminology related to dual credit and college readiness;
               (3)  provide for the alignment of endorsements
  described by Section 28.025(c-1) offered by the district, and dual
  credit courses offered under the agreement that apply towards those
  endorsements, with postsecondary pathways and credentials at the
  institution and industry certifications;
               (4)  identify tools, including tools developed by the
  agency, the Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board, or the Texas
  Workforce Commission, to assist school counselors, students, and
  families in selecting endorsements offered by the district and dual
  credit courses offered under the agreement;
               (5)  establish, or provide a procedure for
  establishing, the course credits that may be earned under the
  agreement, including by developing a course equivalency crosswalk
  or other method for equating high school courses with college
  courses and identifying the number of credits that may be earned for
  each course completed through the program;
               (6)  describe the academic supports and, if applicable,
  guidance that will be provided to students participating in the
  program;
               (7)  establish the district's and the institution's
  respective roles and responsibilities in providing the program and
  ensuring the quality and instructional rigor of the program;
               (8)  state the sources of funding for courses offered
  under the program, including, at a minimum, the sources of funding
  for tuition, transportation, and any required fees or textbooks for
  students participating in the program;
               (9)  require the district and the institution to
  consider the use of free or low-cost open educational resources in
  courses offered under the program; and
               (10) [(7)]  be posted each year on the district's and
  the institution's respective Internet websites.
         SECTION 5.008.  Section 29.081(d), Education Code, as
  amended by Chapters 403 (S.B. 1746), 597 (S.B. 668), and 1060 (H.B.
  1051), Acts of the 86th Legislature, Regular Session, 2019, is
  reenacted and amended to read as follows:
         (d)  For purposes of this section, "student at risk of
  dropping out of school" includes each student who:
               (1)  is under 26 years of age and who:
                     (A)  was not advanced from one grade level to the
  next for one or more school years;
                     (B)  if the student is in grade 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, or
  12, did not maintain an average equivalent to 70 on a scale of 100 in
  two or more subjects in the foundation curriculum during a semester
  in the preceding or current school year or is not maintaining such
  an average in two or more subjects in the foundation curriculum in
  the current semester;
                     (C)  did not perform satisfactorily on an
  assessment instrument administered to the student under Subchapter
  B, Chapter 39, and who has not in the previous or current school
  year subsequently performed on that instrument or another
  appropriate instrument at a level equal to at least 110 percent of
  the level of satisfactory performance on that instrument;
                     (D)  if the student is in prekindergarten,
  kindergarten, or grade 1, 2, or 3, did not perform satisfactorily on
  a readiness test or assessment instrument administered during the
  current school year;
                     (E)  is pregnant or is a parent;
                     (F)  has been placed in an alternative education
  program in accordance with Section 37.006 during the preceding or
  current school year;
                     (G)  has been expelled in accordance with Section
  37.007 during the preceding or current school year;
                     (H)  is currently on parole, probation, deferred
  prosecution, or other conditional release;
                     (I)  was previously reported through the Public
  Education Information Management System (PEIMS) to have dropped out
  of school;
                     (J)  is a student of limited English proficiency,
  as defined by Section 29.052;
                     (K)  is in the custody or care of the Department of
  Family and Protective Services or has, during the current school
  year, been referred to the department by a school official, officer
  of the juvenile court, or law enforcement official;
                     (L)  is homeless;
                     (M)  resided in the preceding school year or
  resides in the current school year in a residential placement
  facility in the district, including a detention facility, substance
  abuse treatment facility, emergency shelter, psychiatric hospital,
  halfway house, cottage home operation, specialized child-care
  home, or general residential operation; or
                     (N) [(14)]  has been incarcerated or has a parent
  or guardian who has been incarcerated, within the lifetime of the
  student, in a penal institution as defined by Section 1.07, Penal
  Code; or
               (2)  regardless of the student's age, participates in
  an adult education program provided under a high school diploma and
  industry certification charter school program under Section
  29.259.
         SECTION 5.009.  Section 29.316(c), Education Code, as added
  by Chapter 1036 (H.B. 548), Acts of the 86th Legislature, Regular
  Session, 2019, is amended to conform to the transfer and
  redesignation of Section 42.151, Education Code, by Chapter 943
  (H.B. 3), Acts of the 86th Legislature, Regular Session, 2019, to
  read as follows:
         (c)  Not later than August 31 of each year, the agency, the
  division, and the center jointly shall prepare and post on the
  agency's, the division's, and the center's respective Internet
  websites a report on the language acquisition of children eight
  years of age or younger who are deaf or hard of hearing. The report
  must:
               (1)  include:
                     (A)  existing data reported in compliance with
  federal law regarding children with disabilities; and
                     (B)  information relating to the language
  acquisition of children who are deaf or hard of hearing and also
  have other disabilities;
               (2)  state for each child:
                     (A)  the instructional arrangement used with the
  child, as described by Section 48.102 [42.151], including the time
  the child spends in a mainstream instructional arrangement;
                     (B)  the specific language acquisition services
  provided to the child, including:
                           (i)  the time spent providing those
  services; and
                           (ii)  a description of any hearing
  amplification used in the delivery of those services, including:
                                 (a)  the type of hearing amplification
  used;
                                 (b)  the period of time in which the
  child has had access to the hearing amplification; and
                                 (c)  the average amount of time the
  child uses the hearing amplification each day;
                     (C)  the tools or assessments used to assess the
  child's language acquisition and the results obtained;
                     (D)  the preferred unique communication mode used
  by the child at home; and
                     (E)  the child's age, race, and gender, the age at
  which the child was identified as being deaf or hard of hearing, and
  any other relevant demographic information the commissioner
  determines to likely be correlated with or have an impact on the
  child's language acquisition;
               (3)  compare progress in English literacy made by
  children who are deaf or hard of hearing to progress in that subject
  made by children of the same age who are not deaf or hard of hearing,
  by appropriate age range; and
               (4)  be redacted as necessary to comply with state and
  federal law regarding the confidentiality of student medical or
  educational information.
         SECTION 5.010.  Sections 37.108(b-1) and (f), Education
  Code, are amended to correct references to read as follows:
         (b-1)  In a school district's safety and security audit
  required under Subsection (b), the district must certify that the
  district used the funds provided to the district through the school
  safety allotment under Section 48.115 [42.168] only for the
  purposes provided by that section.
         (f)  A school district shall include in its multihazard
  emergency operations plan:
               (1)  a chain of command that designates the individual
  responsible for making final decisions during a disaster or
  emergency situation and identifies other individuals responsible
  for making those decisions if the designated person is unavailable;
               (2)  provisions that address physical and
  psychological safety for responding to a natural disaster, active
  shooter, and any other dangerous scenario identified for purposes
  of this section by the agency or the Texas School Safety Center;
               (3)  provisions for ensuring the safety of students in
  portable buildings;
               (4)  provisions for ensuring that students and district
  personnel with disabilities are provided equal access to safety
  during a disaster or emergency situation;
               (5)  provisions for providing immediate notification
  to parents, guardians, and other persons standing in parental
  relation in circumstances involving a significant threat to the
  health or safety of students, including identification of the
  individual with responsibility for overseeing the notification;
               (6)  provisions for supporting the psychological
  safety of students, district personnel, and the community during
  the response and recovery phase following a disaster or emergency
  situation that:
                     (A)  are aligned with best practice-based
  programs and research-based practices recommended under Section
  38.351 [Section 161.325, Health and Safety Code];
                     (B)  include strategies for ensuring any required
  professional development training for suicide prevention and
  grief-informed and trauma-informed care is provided to appropriate
  school personnel;
                     (C)  include training on integrating
  psychological safety and suicide prevention strategies into the
  district's plan, such as psychological first aid for schools
  training, from an approved list of recommended training established
  by the commissioner and Texas School Safety Center for:
                           (i)  members of the district's school safety
  and security committee under Section 37.109;
                           (ii)  district school counselors and mental
  health professionals; and
                           (iii)  educators and other district
  personnel as determined by the district;
                     (D)  include strategies and procedures for
  integrating and supporting physical and psychological safety that
  align with the provisions described by Subdivision (2); and
                     (E)  implement trauma-informed policies;
               (7)  a policy for providing a substitute teacher access
  to school campus buildings and materials necessary for the
  substitute teacher to carry out the duties of a district employee
  during an emergency or a mandatory emergency drill; and
               (8)  the name of each individual on the district's
  school safety and security committee established under Section
  37.109 and the date of each committee meeting during the preceding
  year.
         SECTION 5.011.  Section 37.115(k), Education Code, is
  amended to correct a reference to read as follows:
         (k)  A team must report to the agency in accordance with
  guidelines developed by the agency the following information
  regarding the team's activities and other information for each
  school district campus the team serves:
               (1)  the occupation of each person appointed to the
  team;
               (2)  the number of threats and a description of the type
  of the threats reported to the team;
               (3)  the outcome of each assessment made by the team,
  including:
                     (A)  any disciplinary action taken, including a
  change in school placement;
                     (B)  any action taken by law enforcement; or
                     (C)  a referral to or change in counseling, mental
  health, special education, or other services;
               (4)  the total number, disaggregated by student gender,
  race, and status as receiving special education services, being at
  risk of dropping out of school, being in foster care, experiencing
  homelessness, being a dependent of military personnel, being
  pregnant or a parent, having limited English proficiency, or being
  a migratory child, of, in connection with an assessment or reported
  threat by the team:
                     (A)  citations issued for Class C misdemeanor
  offenses;
                     (B)  arrests;
                     (C)  incidents of uses of restraint;
                     (D)  changes in school placement, including
  placement in a juvenile justice alternative education program or
  disciplinary alternative education program;
                     (E)  referrals to or changes in counseling, mental
  health, special education, or other services;
                     (F)  placements in in-school suspension or
  out-of-school suspension and incidents of expulsion;
                     (G)  unexcused absences of 15 or more days during
  the school year; and
                     (H)  referrals to juvenile court for truancy; and
               (5)  the number and percentage of school personnel
  trained in:
                     (A)  a best-practices program or research-based
  practice under Section 38.351 [Section 161.325, Health and Safety
  Code], including the number and percentage of school personnel
  trained in:
                           (i)  suicide prevention; or
                           (ii)  grief and trauma-informed practices;
                     (B)  mental health or psychological first aid for
  schools;
                     (C)  training relating to the safe and supportive
  school program established under Subsection (b); or
                     (D)  any other program relating to safety
  identified by the commissioner.
         SECTION 5.012.  Section 38.036(c), Education Code, is
  amended to correct a reference to read as follows:
         (c)  The methods under Subsection (b)(1) for increasing
  awareness and implementation of trauma-informed care must include
  training as provided by this subsection. The training must be
  provided:
               (1)  through a program selected from the list of
  recommended best practice-based programs and research-based
  practices established under Section 38.351 [Section 161.325,
  Health and Safety Code];
               (2)  as part of any new employee orientation for all new
  school district educators; and
               (3)  to existing school district educators on a
  schedule adopted by the agency by rule that requires educators to be
  trained at intervals necessary to keep educators informed of
  developments in the field.
         SECTION 5.013.  Section 38.308, Education Code, is amended
  to correct a reference to read as follows:
         Sec. 38.308.  DUTIES OF TASK FORCE. The task force shall:
               (1)  gather data on:
                     (A)  the number of students enrolled in each
  school district and open-enrollment charter school;
                     (B)  the number of individuals to whom each school
  district or open-enrollment charter school provides the mental
  health services described by Section 38.302(1);
                     (C)  the number of individuals for whom each
  school district or open-enrollment charter school has the resources
  to provide the mental health services described by Section
  38.302(1);
                     (D)  the number of individuals described by
  Paragraph (B) who are referred to an inpatient or outpatient mental
  health provider;
                     (E)  the number of individuals who are transported
  from each school district or open-enrollment charter school for an
  emergency detention under Chapter 573, Health and Safety Code; and
                     (F)  the race, ethnicity, gender, special
  education status, educationally disadvantaged status, and
  geographic location of:
                           (i)  individuals who are provided the mental
  health services described by Section 38.302(1);
                           (ii)  individuals who are described by
  Paragraph (D); and
                           (iii)  individuals who are described by
  Paragraph (E); and
               (2)  study, evaluate, and make recommendations
  regarding the mental health services described by Section
  38.302(1), the training described by Section 38.302(2), and the
  impact of those mental health services, as described by Section
  38.302(3), including addressing:
                     (A)  the outcomes and the effectiveness of the
  services and training provided, including the outcomes and
  effectiveness of the service and training providers and the
  programs under which services and training are provided, in:
                           (i)  improving student academic achievement
  and attendance;
                           (ii)  reducing student disciplinary
  proceedings, suspensions, placements in a disciplinary alternative
  education program, and expulsions; and
                           (iii)  delivering prevention and
  intervention services to promote early mental health skills,
  including:
                                 (a)  building skills relating to
  managing emotions, establishing and maintaining positive
  relationships, and making responsible decisions;
                                 (b)  preventing substance abuse;
                                 (c)  preventing suicides;
                                 (d)  adhering to the purpose of the
  relevant program services or training;
                                 (e)  promoting trauma-informed
  practices;
                                 (f)  promoting a positive school
  climate, as defined by Section 38.351(d) [Section 161.325(a-3),
  Health and Safety Code], in the district or school; and
                                 (g)  improving physical and emotional
  safety and well-being in the district or school and reducing
  violence in the district or school;
                     (B)  best practices for districts and schools in
  implementing the services or training;
                     (C)  disparities in the race, ethnicity, gender,
  special education status, and geographic location of individuals
  receiving the services; and
                     (D)  best practices to replicate the services or
  training for all districts and schools.
         SECTION 5.014.  (a)  Section 38.351, Education Code, is
  amended to conform to Chapter 464 (S.B. 11), Acts of the 86th
  Legislature, Regular Session, 2019, by adding Subsection (i-1) and
  amending Subsections (j) and (k) to read as follows:
         (i-1)  A school district may develop practices and
  procedures concerning each area listed in Subsection (c), including
  mental health promotion and intervention, substance abuse
  prevention and intervention, and suicide prevention, that include a
  procedure for providing educational material to all parents and
  families in the district that contains information on identifying
  risk factors, accessing resources for treatment or support provided
  on and off campus, and accessing available student accommodations
  provided on campus.
         (j)  The practices and procedures developed under Subsection
  (i) or (i-1):
               (1)  may address multiple areas listed in Subsection
  (c) together; and
               (2)  must prohibit the use without the prior consent of
  a student's parent or guardian of a medical screening of the student
  as part of the process of identifying whether the student is
  possibly in need of early mental health or substance abuse
  intervention or suicide prevention.
         (k)  The practices and procedures developed under Subsection
  (i) or (i-1) must be included in:
               (1)  the annual student handbook; and
               (2)  the district improvement plan under Section
  11.252.
         (b)  Section 23, Chapter 464 (S.B. 11), Acts of the 86th
  Legislature, Regular Session, 2019, which amended Section
  161.325(d), Health and Safety Code, is repealed.
         SECTION 5.015.  Section 39.059, Education Code, as added by
  Chapters 870 (H.B. 3007) and 871 (H.B. 3011), Acts of the 86th
  Legislature, Regular Session, 2019, is reenacted and amended to
  read as follows:
         Sec. 39.059.  DATA TRANSPARENCY. (a) In this section:
               (1)  "Coordinating board" means the Texas Higher
  Education Coordinating Board.
               (2)  "Institution of higher education" has the meaning
  assigned by Section 61.003.
         (b)  Before the initial release of academic accountability
  ratings for a school year:[,]
               (1)  the coordinating board shall provide to each
  school district a copy of all source data as submitted to the
  coordinating board by an institution of higher education that the
  coordinating board provides to the agency to consider in:
                     (A) [(1)]  determining the district's
  accreditation status under Section 39.052; or
                     (B) [(2)]  assigning performance ratings for the
  district or the district's campuses under Section 39.054; and[.]
               (2)  the agency shall provide to each school district a
  copy of all source data as submitted to the agency by an entity
  other than the district that the agency considers in:
                     (A) [(1)]  determining the district's
  accreditation status under Section 39.052; or
                     (B) [(2)]  assigning performance ratings for the
  district or the district's campuses under Section 39.054.
         SECTION 5.016.  Section 39.413, Education Code, as amended
  by Chapter 943 (H.B. 3), Acts of the 86th Legislature, Regular
  Session, 2019, is repealed to conform to the repeal of Section
  39.413, Education Code, by Chapter 439 (S.B. 1376), Acts of the 86th
  Legislature, Regular Session, 2019.
         SECTION 5.017.  Section 39A.002, Education Code, is amended
  to codify text inadvertently omitted from Chapter 467 (H.B. 4170),
  Acts of the 86th Legislature, Regular Session, 2019, and to conform
  to Section 15, Chapter 925 (S.B. 1566), Acts of the 85th
  Legislature, Regular Session, 2017, to read as follows:
         Sec. 39A.002.  AUTHORIZED COMMISSIONER ACTIONS.  If a school
  district is subject to commissioner action under Section 39A.001,
  the commissioner may:
               (1)  issue public notice of the deficiency to the board
  of trustees of the district;
               (2)  order a hearing to be conducted by the board of
  trustees of the district to notify the public of:
                     (A)  the insufficient performance;
                     (B)  the improvements in performance expected by
  the agency; and
                     (C)  the interventions and sanctions that may be
  imposed under this subchapter if the performance does not improve;
               (3)  order the preparation of a student achievement
  improvement plan that addresses each academic achievement
  indicator under Section 39.053(c) for which the district's
  performance is insufficient, the submission of the plan to the
  commissioner for approval, and the implementation of the plan;
               (4)  order a hearing to be held before the commissioner
  or the commissioner's designee at which the president of the board
  of trustees of the district and the district's superintendent shall
  appear and explain the district's low performance, lack of
  improvement, and plans for improvement;
               (5)  arrange a monitoring review of the district;
               (6)  appoint an agency monitor to participate in and
  report to the agency on the activities of the board of trustees of
  the district or superintendent;
               (7)  appoint a conservator to oversee the operations of
  the district;
               (8)  appoint a management team to direct the operations
  of the district in areas of insufficient performance or require the
  district to obtain certain services under a contract with another
  person; [or]
               (9)  authorize the district to enter into a memorandum
  of understanding with an institution of higher education that
  provides for the assistance of the institution of higher education
  in improving the district's performance; or
               (10) [(12)]  order the use of the board improvement and
  evaluation tool as provided by Section 11.182.
  SECTION 5.018.  Section 45.0032(d), Education Code, is
  amended to conform to Chapter 943 (H.B. 3), Acts of the 86th
  Legislature, Regular Session, 2019, to read as follows:
         (d)  For a district to which Section 26.08(a-1), Tax Code,
  applies, the amount by which the district's maintenance tax rate
  exceeds the district's voter-approval tax rate, excluding the
  district's current debt rate under Section 26.08(n)(3)
  [26.08(n)(1)(C)], Tax Code, for the preceding year is not
  considered in determining a district's tier one maintenance and
  operations tax rate under Subsection (a) or the district's
  enrichment tax rate under Subsection (b) for the current tax year.
         SECTION 5.019.  (a)  Section 48.009, Education Code, is
  amended to conform to Chapters 1036 (H.B. 548) and 1060 (H.B. 1051),
  Acts of the 86th Legislature, Regular Session, 2019, by adding
  Subsections (b-1), (b-2), and (b-3) to read as follows:
         (b-1)  The commissioner by rule shall require each school
  district and open-enrollment charter school to report through the
  Public Education Information Management System information
  disaggregated by campus and grade regarding:
               (1)  the number of children who are required to attend
  school under Section 25.085, are not exempted under Section 25.086,
  and fail to attend school without excuse for 10 or more days or
  parts of days within a six-month period in the same school year;
               (2)  the number of students for whom the district
  initiates a truancy prevention measure under Section 25.0915(a-4);
  and
               (3)  the number of parents of students against whom an
  attendance officer or other appropriate school official has filed a
  complaint under Section 25.093.
         (b-2)  The commissioner by rule shall require each school
  district and open-enrollment charter school to annually report
  through the Public Education Information Management System
  information regarding the number of students who are enrolled in a
  high school equivalency program, a dropout recovery school, or an
  adult education program provided under a high school diploma and
  industry certification charter school program provided by the
  district or school and who:
               (1)  are at least 18 years of age and under 26 years of
  age;
               (2)  have not previously been reported to the agency as
  dropouts; and
               (3)  enroll in the program at the district or school
  after not attending school for a period of at least nine months.
         (b-3)  A student reported under Subsection (b-2) as having
  enrolled in a high school equivalency program, a dropout recovery
  school, or an adult education program provided under a high school
  diploma and industry certification charter school program must be
  reported through the Public Education Information Management
  System as having previously dropped out of school.
         (b)  Section 39.053(g-4), Education Code, is amended to
  correct a reference to read as follows:
         (g-4)  For purposes of the computation of dropout and
  completion rates such as high school graduation rates under
  Subsection (c)(1)(B)(ix), the commissioner shall exclude a student
  who was reported as having dropped out of school under Section
  48.009(b-3) [42.006(a-9)], and the student may not be considered to
  have dropped out from the school district or campus in which the
  student was last enrolled.
         (c)  The following provisions, which amended Section 42.006,
  Education Code, are repealed:
               (1)  Section 2, Chapter 1036 (H.B. 548), Acts of the
  86th Legislature, Regular Session, 2019; and
               (2)  Section 8, Chapter 1060 (H.B. 1051), Acts of the
  86th Legislature, Regular Session, 2019.
         SECTION 5.020.  Section 42.168, Education Code, as added by
  Chapter 464 (S.B. 11), Acts of the 86th Legislature, Regular
  Session, 2019, is transferred to Subchapter C, Chapter 48,
  Education Code, redesignated as Section 48.115, Education Code, and
  amended to conform to changes made by Chapter 943 (H.B. 3), Acts of
  the 86th Legislature, Regular Session, 2019, to read as follows:
         Sec. 48.115 [42.168].  SCHOOL SAFETY ALLOTMENT. (a)  From
  funds appropriated for that purpose, the commissioner shall provide
  to a school district an annual allotment in the amount provided by
  appropriation for each student in average daily attendance.
         (b)  Funds allocated under this section must be used to
  improve school safety and security, including costs associated
  with:
               (1)  securing school facilities, including:
                     (A)  improvements to school infrastructure;
                     (B)  the use or installation of physical barriers;
  and
                     (C)  the purchase and maintenance of:
                           (i)  security cameras or other security
  equipment; and
                           (ii)  technology, including communications
  systems or devices, that facilitates communication and information
  sharing between students, school personnel, and first responders in
  an emergency;
               (2)  providing security for the district, including:
                     (A)  employing school district peace officers,
  private security officers, and school marshals; and
                     (B)  collaborating with local law enforcement
  agencies, such as entering into a memorandum of understanding for
  the assignment of school resource officers to schools in the
  district;
               (3)  school safety and security training and planning,
  including:
                     (A)  active shooter and emergency response
  training;
                     (B)  prevention and treatment programs relating
  to addressing adverse childhood experiences; and
                     (C)  the prevention, identification, and
  management of emergencies and threats, including:
                           (i)  providing mental health personnel and
  support;
                           (ii)  providing behavioral health services;
  and
                           (iii)  establishing threat reporting
  systems; and
               (4)  providing programs related to suicide prevention,
  intervention, and postvention.
         (c)  A school district may use funds allocated under this
  section for equipment or software that is used for a school safety
  and security purpose and an instructional purpose, provided that
  the instructional use does not compromise the safety and security
  purpose of the equipment or software.
         (d)  A school district that is required to take action under
  Chapter 49 [41] to reduce its local revenue level [wealth per
  student] to the [equalized wealth] level established under Section
  48.257 is entitled to a credit, in the amount of the allotments to
  which the district is to receive as provided by appropriation,
  against the total amount required under Section 49.153 [41.093] for
  the district to purchase attendance credit [credits].
         (e)  The commissioner may adopt rules to implement this
  section.
         SECTION 5.021.  Section 51.256(c), Education Code, is
  amended to conform to Chapter 469 (H.B. 4173), Acts of the 86th
  Legislature, Regular Session, 2019, to read as follows:
         (c)  Nothing in this section may be construed as prohibiting
  a victim from making a report to a law enforcement agency using the
  pseudonym form described by Article 58.102 [57.02], Code of
  Criminal Procedure.
         SECTION 5.022.  Sections 59.01(1) and (3), Education Code,
  as amended by Chapters 8 (H.B. 826), 225 (H.B. 1592), and 294 (H.B.
  2867), Acts of the 86th Legislature, Regular Session, 2019, are
  reenacted and amended to read as follows:
               (1)  "Health care professional staff members or
  students" means:
                     (A)  physicians, dentists, veterinarians,
  podiatrists, physician assistants, nurses, pharmacists, and other
  health care providers who:
                           (i)  are appointed to the faculty or
  employed by or volunteer for The University of Texas System, The
  Texas A&M University System, the Texas Tech University System, the
  Texas State University System, [the Sam Houston State University
  College of Osteopathic Medicine,] the University of Houston System,
  [the University of Houston College of Medicine,] Stephen F. Austin
  State University, or the University of North Texas System; and
                           (ii)  either:
                                 (a)  are appointed or employed on a
  full-time basis; or
                                 (b)  are appointed or volunteer on a
  part-time basis and who devote their total professional service to
  providing health services or provide services to patients by
  assignment from the department chairman; and
                     (B)  interns, residents, fellows, medical
  students, dental students, veterinary students, students of
  osteopathic medicine, nursing students, pharmacy students, and
  students of any other health care profession that requires a
  license, certificate, or other authorization under Title 3,
  Occupations Code, participating in a patient-care program in The
  University of Texas System, The Texas A&M University System, the
  Texas Tech University System, the Texas State University System,
  [the Sam Houston State University College of Osteopathic Medicine,]
  the University of Houston System, [the University of Houston
  College of Medicine,] Stephen F. Austin State University, or the
  University of North Texas System.
               (3)  "Board" means the board of regents of The
  University of Texas System, the board of regents of The Texas A&M
  University System, the board of regents of the Texas Tech
  University System, the board of regents of the Texas State
  University System, the board of regents of the University of
  Houston System, the board of regents of Stephen F. Austin State
  University, or the board of regents of the University of North Texas
  System.
         SECTION 5.023.  Sections 59.02(a) and (c), Education Code,
  as amended by Chapters 8 (H.B. 826), 225 (H.B. 1592), and 294 (H.B.
  2867), Acts of the 86th Legislature, Regular Session, 2019, are
  reenacted and amended to read as follows:
         (a)  Each board may establish a separate self-insurance fund
  to pay any damages adjudged in a court of competent jurisdiction or
  a settlement of any health care liability claim against a health
  care professional staff member or student arising from the exercise
  of the member's or student's appointment, duties, or training with
  The University of Texas System, The Texas A&M University System,
  the Texas Tech University System, the Texas State University
  System, [the Sam Houston State University College of Osteopathic
  Medicine,] the University of Houston System, [the University of
  Houston College of Medicine,] Stephen F. Austin State University,
  or the University of North Texas System.
         (c)  On the establishment of each fund, transfers to the fund
  shall be made in an amount and at such intervals as determined by
  the board. Each board may receive and accept any gifts or donations
  specified for the purposes of this subchapter and deposit those
  gifts or donations into the fund. Each board may invest money
  deposited in the fund, and any income received shall be retained in
  the fund. The money shall be deposited in any of the approved
  depository banks of The University of Texas System, The Texas A&M
  University System, the Texas Tech University System, the Texas
  State University System, the University of Houston System, Stephen
  F. Austin State University, or the University of North Texas
  System. All expenditures from the funds shall be paid pursuant to
  approval by the boards.
         SECTION 5.024.  Section 59.06, Education Code, as amended by
  Chapters 8 (H.B. 826) and 225 (H.B. 1592), Acts of the 86th
  Legislature, Regular Session, 2019, is reenacted and amended to
  read as follows:
         Sec. 59.06.  LIMITATION ON APPROPRIATED FUNDS. Funds
  appropriated by the legislature to The University of Texas System,
  The Texas A&M University System, the Texas Tech University System,
  the Texas State University System, the University of Houston
  System, [to the University of Houston for the University of Houston
  College of Medicine,] Stephen F. Austin State University, or the
  University of North Texas System from the General Revenue Fund may
  not be used to establish or maintain the fund, to purchase
  insurance, or to employ private legal counsel.
         SECTION 5.025.  Section 63.002(c), Education Code, as
  amended by Chapters 8 (H.B. 826), 294 (H.B. 2867), and 517 (S.B.
  479), Acts of the 86th Legislature, Regular Session, 2019, is
  reenacted and amended to read as follows:
         (c)  The amount available for distribution from the fund may
  be appropriated only for programs that benefit medical research,
  health education, or treatment programs at the following
  health-related institutions of higher education:
               (1)  The University of Texas Health Science Center at
  San Antonio;
               (2)  The University of Texas M. D. Anderson Cancer
  Center;
               (3)  The University of Texas Southwestern Medical
  Center;
               (4)  The University of Texas Medical Branch at
  Galveston;
               (5)  The University of Texas Health Science Center at
  Houston;
               (6)  The University of Texas Health Science Center at
  Tyler;
               (7)  The University of Texas Health Science
  Center--South Texas and its component institutions, if established
  under Subchapter N, Chapter 74;
               (8)  The Texas A&M University Health Science Center;
               (9)  the University of North Texas Health Science
  Center at Fort Worth;
               (10)  the Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center;
               (11)  the Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center
  at El Paso;
               (12)  the University of Houston College of Medicine;
  [and]
               (13)  the Sam Houston State University College of
  Osteopathic Medicine; [and]
               (14)  the Dell Medical School at The University of
  Texas at Austin; and
               (15) [(13)]  Baylor College of Medicine, if a contract
  between Baylor College of Medicine and the Texas Higher Education
  Coordinating Board is in effect under Section 61.092.
  ARTICLE 6.  CHANGES RELATING TO ELECTION CODE
         SECTION 6.001.  Section 13.004(c), Election Code, as amended
  by Chapters 469 (H.B. 4173), 489 (H.B. 3100), and 1146 (H.B. 2910),
  Acts of the 86th Legislature, Regular Session, 2019, is reenacted
  to read as follows:
         (c)  The following information furnished on a registration
  application is confidential and does not constitute public
  information for purposes of Chapter 552, Government Code:
               (1)  a social security number;
               (2)  a Texas driver's license number;
               (3)  a number of a personal identification card issued
  by the Department of Public Safety;
               (4)  an indication that an applicant is interested in
  working as an election judge;
               (5)  the residence address of the applicant, if the
  applicant is a federal judge or state judge, the spouse of a federal
  judge or state judge, the spouse of a peace officer as defined by
  Article 2.12, Code of Criminal Procedure, or an individual to whom
  Section 552.1175, Government Code, or Section 521.1211,
  Transportation Code, applies and the applicant:
                     (A)  included an affidavit with the registration
  application describing the applicant's status under this
  subdivision, if the applicant is a federal judge or state judge or
  the spouse of a federal judge or state judge;
                     (B)  provided the registrar with an affidavit
  describing the applicant's status under this subdivision, if the
  applicant is a federal judge or state judge or the spouse of a
  federal judge or state judge; or
                     (C)  provided the registrar with a completed form
  approved by the secretary of state for the purpose of notifying the
  registrar of the applicant's status under this subdivision;
               (6)  the residence address of the applicant, if the
  applicant, the applicant's child, or another person in the
  applicant's household is a victim of family violence as defined by
  Section 71.004, Family Code, who provided the registrar with:
                     (A)  a copy of a protective order issued under
  Chapter 85, Family Code, or a magistrate's order for emergency
  protection issued under Article 17.292, Code of Criminal Procedure;
  or
                     (B)  other independent documentary evidence
  necessary to show that the applicant, the applicant's child, or
  another person in the applicant's household is a victim of family
  violence;
               (7)  the residence address of the applicant, if the
  applicant, the applicant's child, or another person in the
  applicant's household is a victim of sexual assault or abuse,
  stalking, or trafficking of persons who provided the registrar
  with:
                     (A)  a copy of a protective order issued under
  Subchapter A or B, Chapter 7B, Code of Criminal Procedure, or a
  magistrate's order for emergency protection issued under Article
  17.292, Code of Criminal Procedure; or
                     (B)  other independent documentary evidence
  necessary to show that the applicant, the applicant's child, or
  another person in the applicant's household is a victim of sexual
  assault or abuse, stalking, or trafficking of persons;
               (8)  the residence address of the applicant, if the
  applicant:
                     (A)  is a participant in the address
  confidentiality program administered by the attorney general under
  Subchapter B, Chapter 58, Code of Criminal Procedure; and
                     (B)  provided the registrar with proof of
  certification under Article 58.059, Code of Criminal Procedure; or
               (9)  the telephone number of any applicant submitting
  documentation under Subdivision (5), (6), (7), or (8).
         SECTION 6.002.  Section 87.121, Election Code, as amended by
  Chapters 1083 (H.B. 1850) and 1215 (S.B. 902), Acts of the 86th
  Legislature, Regular Session, 2019, is reenacted and amended to
  read as follows:
         Sec. 87.121.  EARLY VOTING ROSTERS. (a) The early voting
  clerk shall maintain for each election a roster listing each person
  who votes an early voting ballot by personal appearance and a roster
  listing each person to whom an early voting ballot to be voted by
  mail is sent.
         (b)  For each person listed, the applicable roster must
  include:
               (1)  the person's name, address, and voter registration
  number;
               (2)  an identification of the person's county election
  precinct of registration; and
               (3)  the date of voting or the date the ballot was
  mailed to the person, as applicable.
         (c)  Each roster shall be updated daily.
         (d)  Each roster may be maintained in any form approved by
  the secretary of state.
         (e)  The clerk shall preserve each roster after the election
  for the period for preserving the precinct election records.
         (f)  Information on the roster for a person to whom an early
  voting mail ballot has been sent is not available for public
  inspection, except to the voter seeking to verify that the
  information pertaining to the voter is accurate, until the first
  business day after election day.
         (g)  Information on the roster for a person who votes an
  early voting ballot by personal appearance shall be made available
  for public inspection as provided by Subsection (i) not later than
  11 a.m. on the day after the date the information is entered on the
  roster under Subsection (c).
         (h)  Information on the roster for a person who votes an
  early voting ballot by mail shall be made available for public
  inspection as provided by Subsection (i) not later than 11 a.m. on
  the day following the day the early voting clerk receives a ballot
  voted by mail.
         (i)  The information under Subsections (g) and (h) must be
  made available:
               (1)  for an election in which the county clerk is the
  early voting clerk:
                     (A)  on the publicly accessible Internet website
  of the county; or
                     (B)  if the county does not maintain a website, on
  the bulletin board used for posting notice of meetings of the
  commissioners court; or
               (2)  for an election not described by Subdivision (1):
                     (A)  on the publicly accessible Internet website
  of the authority ordering the election; or
                     (B)  if the authority ordering the election does
  not maintain a website, on the bulletin board used for posting
  notice of meetings of the governing body of the authority.
         (j) [(i)]  The early voting clerk for a primary election or
  the general election for state and county officers shall submit to
  the secretary of state for posting on the secretary of state's
  Internet website the information described by:
               (1)  Subsection (g) not later than 11 a.m. on the day
  after the date the information is entered on the roster under
  Subsection (c); and
               (2)  Subsection (h) not later than 11 a.m. on the day
  following the day the early voting clerk receives a ballot voted by
  mail.
         (k) [(j)]  The secretary of state shall [make any early
  voting roster created under this section available to the public on
  the secretary's Internet website.
         [(j)  The secretary of state shall] post the information
  described by Subsection (j) [(i)] on the secretary of state's
  Internet website in a downloadable format.
         (l) [(k)]  The secretary of state shall create a system for
  an early voting clerk for a primary election or the general election
  for state and county officers to provide the information to the
  secretary of state for posting on the secretary of state's Internet
  website under Subsection (j) [(i)].
         SECTION 6.003.  Section 172.113(e), Election Code, is
  amended to read as follows:
         (e)  On completing the tabulation, the authority shall:
               (1)  deliver it to the general custodian; or
               (2)  post the tabulation on:
                     (A)  [on] the county's website; and
                     (B)  if required by secretary of state rule, the
  secretary of state's website.
  ARTICLE 7.  CHANGES RELATING TO FAMILY CODE
         SECTION 7.001.  Section 33.006, Family Code, is amended to
  correct a reference to read as follows:
         Sec. 33.006.  GUARDIAN AD LITEM IMMUNITY. A guardian ad
  litem appointed under this chapter and acting in the course and
  scope of the appointment is not liable for damages arising from an
  act or omission of the guardian ad litem committed in good faith.  
  The immunity granted by this section does not apply if the conduct
  of the guardian ad litem is committed in a manner described by
  Sections 107.009(b)(1)-(3) [107.003(b)(1)-(4)].
  ARTICLE 8.  CHANGES RELATING TO FINANCE CODE
         SECTION 8.001.  Section 184.003(e), Finance Code, is amended
  to conform to Section 23, Chapter 528 (H.B. 2155), Acts of the 77th
  Legislature, Regular Session, 2001, to read as follows:
         (e)  Subject to the exercise of prudent judgment, a state
  trust company may invest its secondary capital in real property.
  The factors to be considered by a state trust company in exercise of
  prudent judgment include the factors contained in Section
  184.101(e) [184.101(f)].
  ARTICLE 9.  CHANGES RELATING TO GOVERNMENT CODE
  PART A.  GENERAL CHANGES
         SECTION 9.001.  Section 25.0202(a), Government Code, as
  amended by Chapters 606 (S.B. 891) and 696 (S.B. 2342), Acts of the
  86th Legislature, Regular Session, 2019, is reenacted and amended
  to read as follows:
         (a)  In addition to the jurisdiction provided by Section
  25.0003 and other law, a county court at law in Bosque County has
  concurrent jurisdiction with the district court in:
               (1)  family law cases and proceedings; [and]
               (2)  contested probate matters under Section 32.003,
  Estates Code; and
               (3) [(4)]  felony cases transferred from the district
  court to conduct arraignments, pretrial hearings, and motions to
  adjudicate or revoke and to accept guilty pleas.
         SECTION 9.002.  Section 54.101(b), Government Code, as added
  by Chapter 355 (H.B. 452), Acts of the 86th Legislature, Regular
  Session, 2019, is repealed as duplicative of Section 54.101(b),
  Government Code, as added by Chapter 606 (S.B. 891), Acts of the
  86th Legislature, Regular Session, 2019.
         SECTION 9.003.  Subtitle I, Title 2, Government Code, is
  repealed as duplicative of the substantive provisions referenced in
  the subtitle.
         SECTION 9.004.  The following provisions are repealed as
  duplicative of Section 418.056, Government Code, as added by
  Chapter 602 (S.B. 799), Acts of the 86th Legislature, Regular
  Session, 2019:
               (1)  Section 418.054, Government Code, as added by
  Chapter 576 (S.B. 289), Acts of the 86th Legislature, Regular
  Session, 2019; and
               (2)  Section 418.054, Government Code, as added by
  Chapter 1018 (H.B. 6), Acts of the 86th Legislature, Regular
  Session, 2019.
         SECTION 9.005.  Section 436.054(b), Government Code, as
  amended by Chapters 276 (S.B. 2131) and 800 (H.B. 2119), Acts of the
  86th Legislature, Regular Session, 2019, is reenacted to read as
  follows:
         (b)  The commission is a governmental body for purposes of
  the open meetings law, Chapter 551. Except as otherwise provided by
  this section, Chapter 551 applies to a meeting of the commission.
         SECTION 9.006.  (a)  Sections 478.0001(3) and (7), Government
  Code, as effective April 1, 2021, are amended to conform to Chapter
  1223 (H.B. 2402), Acts of the 86th Legislature, Regular Session,
  2019, to read as follows:
               (3)  "Event" means any of the following and includes
  any activity related to or associated with the following:
                     (A)  the Academy of Country Music Awards;
                     (B)  the Amateur Athletic Union Junior Olympic
  Games;
                     (C)  a Big 12 Football Conference Championship
  game;
                     (D)  the Breeders' Cup World Championships;
                     (E) [(D)]  a game of the College Football Playoff
  or its successor;
                     (F)  a CONVRG conference;
                     (G) [(E)]  an Elite Rodeo Association World
  Championship;
                     (H) [(F)]  a Formula One automobile race;
                     (I) [(G)]  the largest event held each year at a
  sports entertainment venue in this state with a permanent seating
  capacity, including grandstand and premium seating, of at least
  125,000;
                     (J) [(H)]  the Major League Baseball All-Star
  Game;
                     (K) [(I)]  the Major League Soccer All-Star Game
  or the Major League Soccer Cup;
                     (L) [(J)]  a mixed martial arts championship;
                     (M) [(K)]  the Moto Grand Prix of the United
  States;
                     (N) [(L)]  the National Association for Stock Car
  Auto Racing (NASCAR):
                           (i)  All-Star Race; or
                           (ii)  season-ending Championship Race;
                     (O) [(M)]  the National Basketball Association
  All-Star Game;
                     (P) [(N)]  a National Collegiate Athletic
  Association Final Four tournament game;
                     (Q) [(O)]  the National Collegiate Athletic
  Association men's or women's lacrosse championships;
                     (R) [(P)]  a national collegiate championship of
  an amateur sport sanctioned by the national governing body of the
  sport that is recognized by the United States Olympic Committee;
                     (S) [(Q)]  the National Cutting Horse Association
  Triple Crown;
                     (T) [(R)]  the National Hockey League All-Star
  Game;
                     (U) [(S)]  a national political convention of the
  Republican National Committee or the Democratic National
  Committee;
                     (V)  a championship event in the National Reined
  Cow Horse Association (NRCHA) Championship Series;
                     (W) [(T)]  an Olympic activity, including a
  Junior or Senior activity, training program, or feeder program
  sanctioned by the United States Olympic Committee's Community
  Olympic Development Program;
                     (X) [(U)]  a presidential general election
  debate;
                     (Y) [(V)]  the Professional Rodeo Cowboys
  Association National Finals Rodeo;
                     (Z) [(W)]  a Super Bowl;
                     (AA) [(X)]  the United States Open Championship;
                     (BB) [(Y)]  a World Cup soccer game or the World
  Cup soccer tournament;
                     (CC) [(Z)]  the World Games;
                     (DD)  a World Wrestling Entertainment
  WrestleMania event; or
                     (EE) [(AA)]  the X Games.
               (7)  "Site selection organization" means:
                     (A)  the Academy of Country Music;
                     (B)  the Amateur Athletic Union;
                     (C)  the Big 12 Conference;
                     (D)  the College Football Playoff Administration,
  LLC, or its successor;
                     (E) [(D)]  the Commission on Presidential
  Debates;
                     (F) [(E)]  the Democratic National Committee;
                     (G) [(F)]  Dorna Sports;
                     (H) [(G)]  the Elite Rodeo Association;
                     (I)  Encore Live;
                     (J) [(H)]  ESPN or an affiliate;
                     (K) [(I)]  the Federation Internationale de
  Football Association (FIFA);
                     (L) [(J)]  the International World Games
  Association;
                     (M) [(K)]  Major League Baseball;
                     (N) [(L)]  Major League Soccer;
                     (O) [(M)]  the National Association for Stock Car
  Auto Racing (NASCAR);
                     (P) [(N)]  the National Basketball Association;
                     (Q) [(O)]  the National Collegiate Athletic
  Association;
                     (R) [(P)]  the National Cutting Horse
  Association;
                     (S) [(Q)]  the National Football League;
                     (T) [(R)]  the National Hockey League;
                     (U)  the National Reined Cow Horse Association
  (NRCHA);
                     (V) [(S)]  the Professional Rodeo Cowboys
  Association;
                     (W) [(T)]  the Republican National Committee;
                     (X) [(U)]  the Ultimate Fighting Championship;
                     (Y) [(V)]  the United States Golf Association;
                     (Z) [(W)]  the United States Olympic Committee;
                     (AA)  World Wrestling Entertainment; or
                     (BB) [(X)]  the national governing body of a sport
  that is recognized by:
                           (i)  the Federation Internationale de
  l'Automobile;
                           (ii)  Formula One Management Limited;
                           (iii)  the National Thoroughbred Racing
  Association; or
                           (iv)  the United States Olympic Committee.
         (b)  Section 1, Chapter 1223 (H.B. 2402), Acts of the 86th
  Legislature, Regular Session, 2019, which amended Sections
  5A(a)(4) and (5), Chapter 1507 (S.B. 456), Acts of the 76th
  Legislature, Regular Session, 1999 (Article 5190.14, Vernon's
  Texas Civil Statutes), is repealed.
         SECTION 9.007.  Section 478.0107, Government Code, as
  effective April 1, 2021, is amended to codify text inadvertently
  omitted from Chapter 301 (H.B. 4174), Acts of the 86th Legislature,
  Regular Session, 2019, by adding Subsection (c) to read as follows:
         (c)  This section does not require disclosure of information
  that is confidential under Chapter 552 or confidential or
  privileged under other law.
         SECTION 9.008.  Section 497.010(c), Government Code, is
  amended to conform to Section 16, Chapter 1250 (H.B. 4181), Acts of
  the 86th Legislature, Regular Session, 2019, to read as follows:
         (c)  It is an exception to the application of this section
  that the article or product sold is:
               (1)  a state flag or similar item produced for sale or
  distribution by the legislature under Section 301.071 [301.034]; or
               (2)  a service provided under a contract for which the
  Private Sector/Prison Industry Enhancement Certification Program
  operated by the Bureau of Justice Assistance and authorized by 18
  U.S.C. Section 1761 does not require certification.
         SECTION 9.009.  Section 531.0996(e), Government Code, as
  added by Chapter 973 (S.B. 748), Acts of the 86th Legislature,
  Regular Session, 2019, is amended to conform to the repeal of
  Section 531.02176, Government Code, by Chapters 964 (S.B. 670) and
  1061 (H.B. 1063), Acts of the 86th Legislature, Regular Session,
  2019, to read as follows:
         (e)  The [Notwithstanding Section 531.02176, the] commission
  may:
               (1)  provide home telemonitoring services and
  necessary durable medical equipment to pilot program participants
  who are at risk of experiencing pregnancy-related complications, as
  determined by a physician, to the extent the commission anticipates
  the services and equipment will reduce unnecessary emergency room
  visits or hospitalizations; and
               (2)  reimburse providers under Medicaid for the
  provision of home telemonitoring services and durable medical
  equipment under the pilot program.
         SECTION 9.010.  Section 552.117(a), Government Code, as
  reenacted and amended by Chapters 367 (H.B. 1351), 633 (S.B. 1494),
  1146 (H.B. 2910), 1213 (S.B. 662), and 1245 (H.B. 2446), Acts of the
  86th Legislature, Regular Session, 2019, is reenacted and amended
  to read as follows:
         (a)  Information is excepted from the requirements of
  Section 552.021 if it is information that relates to the home
  address, home telephone number, emergency contact information, or
  social security number of the following person or that reveals
  whether the person has family members:
               (1)  a current or former official or employee of a
  governmental body, except as otherwise provided by Section 552.024;
               (2)  a peace officer as defined by Article 2.12, Code of
  Criminal Procedure, or a security officer commissioned under
  Section 51.212, Education Code, regardless of whether the officer
  complies with Section 552.024 or 552.1175, as applicable;
               (3)  a current or former employee of the Texas
  Department of Criminal Justice or of the predecessor in function of
  the department or any division of the department, regardless of
  whether the current or former employee complies with Section
  552.1175;
               (4)  a peace officer as defined by Article 2.12, Code of
  Criminal Procedure, or other law, a reserve law enforcement
  officer, a commissioned deputy game warden, or a corrections
  officer in a municipal, county, or state penal institution in this
  state who was killed in the line of duty, regardless of whether the
  deceased complied with Section 552.024 or 552.1175;
               (5)  a commissioned security officer as defined by
  Section 1702.002, Occupations Code, regardless of whether the
  officer complies with Section 552.024 or 552.1175, as applicable;
               (6)  an officer or employee of a community supervision
  and corrections department established under Chapter 76 who
  performs a duty described by Section 76.004(b), regardless of
  whether the officer or employee complies with Section 552.024 or
  552.1175;
               (7)  a current or former employee of the office of the
  attorney general who is or was assigned to a division of that office
  the duties of which involve law enforcement, regardless of whether
  the current or former employee complies with Section 552.024 or
  552.1175;
               (8)  a current or former employee of the Texas Juvenile
  Justice Department or of the predecessors in function of the
  department, regardless of whether the current or former employee
  complies with Section 552.024 or 552.1175;
               (9)  a current or former juvenile probation or
  supervision officer certified by the Texas Juvenile Justice
  Department, or the predecessors in function of the department,
  under Title 12, Human Resources Code, regardless of whether the
  current or former officer complies with Section 552.024 or
  552.1175;
               (10)  a current or former employee of a juvenile
  justice program or facility, as those terms are defined by Section
  261.405, Family Code, regardless of whether the current or former
  employee complies with Section 552.024 or 552.1175;
               (11)  a current or former member of the United States
  Army, Navy, Air Force, Coast Guard, or Marine Corps, an auxiliary
  service of one of those branches of the armed forces, or the Texas
  military forces, as that term is defined by Section 437.001;
               (12)  a current or former district attorney, criminal
  district attorney, or county or municipal attorney whose
  jurisdiction includes any criminal law or child protective services
  matters, regardless of whether the current or former attorney
  complies with Section 552.024 or 552.1175;
               (13)  a current or former employee of a district
  attorney, criminal district attorney, or county or municipal
  attorney whose jurisdiction includes any criminal law or child
  protective services matters, regardless of whether the current or
  former employee complies with Section 552.024 or 552.1175;
               (14)  a current or former employee of the Texas Civil
  Commitment Office or of the predecessor in function of the office or
  a division of the office, regardless of whether the current or
  former employee complies with Section 552.024 or 552.1175; [or]
               (15)  a current or former federal judge or state judge,
  as those terms are defined by Section 1.005, Election Code, or a
  spouse of a current or former federal judge or state judge;
               (16)  a current or former child protective services
  caseworker, adult protective services caseworker, or investigator
  for the Department of Family and Protective Services, regardless of
  whether the caseworker or investigator complies with Section
  552.024 or 552.1175, or a current or former employee of a department
  contractor performing child protective services caseworker, adult
  protective services caseworker, or investigator functions for the
  contractor on behalf of the department; [or]
               (17) [(16)]  a state officer elected statewide or a
  member of the legislature, regardless of whether the officer or
  member complies with Section 552.024 or 552.1175;
               (18) [(16)]  a current or former United States attorney
  or assistant United States attorney and the spouse or child of the
  attorney; or
               (19) [(16)]  a firefighter or volunteer firefighter or
  emergency medical services personnel as defined by Section 773.003,
  Health and Safety Code, regardless of whether the firefighter or
  volunteer firefighter or emergency medical services personnel
  comply with Section 552.024 or 552.1175, as applicable.
         SECTION 9.011.  Section 552.1175(a), Government Code, as
  amended by Chapters 367 (H.B. 1351), 633 (S.B. 1494), 1146 (H.B.
  2910), 1213 (S.B. 662), and 1245 (H.B. 2446), Acts of the 86th
  Legislature, Regular Session, 2019, is reenacted and amended to
  read as follows:
         (a)  This section applies only to:
               (1)  peace officers as defined by Article 2.12, Code of
  Criminal Procedure, or special investigators as described by
  Article 2.122, Code of Criminal Procedure;
               (2)  county jailers as defined by Section 1701.001,
  Occupations Code;
               (3)  current or former employees of the Texas
  Department of Criminal Justice or of the predecessor in function of
  the department or any division of the department;
               (4)  commissioned security officers as defined by
  Section 1702.002, Occupations Code;
               (5)  a current or former district attorney, criminal
  district attorney, or county or municipal attorney whose
  jurisdiction includes any criminal law or child protective services
  matters;
               (5-a) a current or former employee of a district
  attorney, criminal district attorney, or county or municipal
  attorney whose jurisdiction includes any criminal law or child
  protective services matters;
               (6)  officers and employees of a community supervision
  and corrections department established under Chapter 76 who perform
  a duty described by Section 76.004(b);
               (7)  criminal investigators of the United States as
  described by Article 2.122(a), Code of Criminal Procedure;
               (8)  police officers and inspectors of the United
  States Federal Protective Service;
               (9)  current and former employees of the office of the
  attorney general who are or were assigned to a division of that
  office the duties of which involve law enforcement;
               (10)  current or former juvenile probation and
  detention officers certified by the Texas Juvenile Justice
  Department, or the predecessors in function of the department,
  under Title 12, Human Resources Code;
               (11)  current or former employees of a juvenile justice
  program or facility, as those terms are defined by Section 261.405,
  Family Code;
               (12)  current or former employees of the Texas Juvenile
  Justice Department or the predecessors in function of the
  department;
               (13)  federal judges and state judges as defined by
  Section 1.005, Election Code;
               (14)  current or former employees of the Texas Civil
  Commitment Office or of the predecessor in function of the office or
  a division of the office; [and]
               (15)  a current or former member of the United States
  Army, Navy, Air Force, Coast Guard, or Marine Corps, an auxiliary
  service of one of those branches of the armed forces, or the Texas
  military forces, as that term is defined by Section 437.001;
               (16) [(15)]  a current or former child protective
  services caseworker, adult protective services caseworker, or
  investigator for the Department of Family and Protective Services
  or a current or former employee of a department contractor
  performing child protective services caseworker, adult protective
  services caseworker, or investigator functions for the contractor
  on behalf of the department; [and]
               (17) [(15)]  state officers elected statewide and
  members of the legislature; and
               (18) [(15)]  a firefighter or volunteer firefighter or
  emergency medical services personnel as defined by Section 773.003,
  Health and Safety Code.
         SECTION 9.012.  Sections 659.016(e) and (f), Government
  Code, are amended to correct a reference to read as follows:
         (e)  A deduction may be made from the salary of an employee
  who is exempt as an executive, professional, or administrative
  employee under 29 U.S.C. Section 213(a)(1) if:
               (1)  the employee is not at work for a full day or
  longer for personal reasons other than sickness, accident, jury
  duty, attendance as a witness at a judicial proceeding, or
  temporary military leave;
               (2)  the employee is not at work for a full day or
  longer because of sickness or disability, including sickness or
  disability covered by workers' compensation benefits, and the
  employee's paid sick leave or workers' compensation benefits have
  been exhausted;
               (3)  the deduction is a penalty imposed for a violation
  of a significant safety rule relating to prevention of serious
  danger in the workplace to other persons, including other
  employees; or
               (4)  in accordance with the special provisions
  applicable to executive, professional, or administrative employees
  of public agencies set forth in 29 C.F.R. Section 541.710 [541.5d],
  the employee is not at work for less than one day for personal
  reasons or because of illness or injury and accrued leave is not
  used by the employee because:
                     (A)  permission to use accrued leave was not
  sought or was denied;
                     (B)  accrued leave has been exhausted; or
                     (C)  the employee chooses to use leave without
  pay.
         (f)  In accordance with 29 C.F.R. Section 541.710 [541.5d], a
  deduction from the pay of an executive, professional, or
  administrative employee because of an absence from work caused by a
  furlough related to the budget does not affect the employee's
  status as an employee paid on a salary basis, except for any
  workweek in which the furlough occurs and for which the employee's
  pay is accordingly reduced.
         SECTION 9.013.  Section 772.0064(i), Government Code, is
  amended to conform to Chapter 469 (H.B. 4173), Acts of the 86th
  Legislature, Regular Session, 2019, to read as follows:
         (i)  The task force shall:
               (1)  develop policy recommendations to allow the state
  to:
                     (A)  effectively coordinate funding for services
  to child and adult survivors; and
                     (B)  better prevent, investigate, and prosecute
  incidents of sexual assault and other sex offenses;
               (2)  facilitate communication and cooperation between
  state agencies that have duties relating to the prevention,
  investigation, or prosecution of sexual assault or other sex
  offenses or services provided to survivors in order to identify and
  coordinate state resources available for assisting survivors;
               (3)  collect, analyze, and make publicly available
  information, organized by region, regarding the prevention,
  investigation, and prosecution of sexual assault and other sex
  offenses and services provided to survivors, including a list of
  SAFE-ready facilities designated under Section 323.0015, Health
  and Safety Code;
               (4)  make and periodically update recommendations
  regarding the collection, preservation, tracking, analysis, and
  destruction of evidence in cases of sexual assault or other sex
  offenses, including recommendations:
                     (A)  to the attorney general regarding:
                           (i)  evidence collection kits for use in the
  collection and preservation of evidence of sexual assault or other
  sex offenses;
                           (ii)  protocols for the collection and
  preservation of evidence of sexual assault or other sex offenses;
                           (iii)  the curriculum for training programs
  on collecting and preserving evidence of sexual assault and other
  sex offenses; and
                           (iv)  the requirements for certification of
  sexual assault nurse examiners; and
                     (B)  to other appropriate individuals or
  organizations, regarding:
                           (i)  the procedures for obtaining patient
  authorization for forensic medical examinations of child and adult
  survivors under Subchapters F and G, Chapter 56A [Articles 56.06
  and 56.065], Code of Criminal Procedure;
                           (ii)  the requirements for maintaining an
  appropriate evidentiary chain of custody;
                           (iii)  the identification and reporting of
  untested evidence throughout the state; and
                           (iv)  standards for the submission of
  evidence to forensic laboratories for analysis, including
  procedures for submitting evidence in cases for which no evidence
  has been previously submitted or tested;
               (5)  advise and provide resources to the Texas
  Commission on Law Enforcement and other law enforcement
  organizations to improve law enforcement officer training related
  to the investigation and documentation of cases involving sexual
  assault and other sex offenses, with a focus on the interactions
  between law enforcement officers and survivors;
               (6)  provide to law enforcement agencies, prosecutors,
  and judges with jurisdiction over sexual assault or other sex
  offense cases information and resources to maximize effective and
  empathetic investigation, prosecution, and hearings, including
  information and resources:
                     (A)  regarding trauma-informed practices and the
  dynamics and effects of sexual assault and other sex offenses on
  child and adult survivors;
                     (B)  intended to improve the understanding of and
  the response to sexual assault or other sex offenses;
                     (C)  regarding best practices in the
  investigation and prosecution of sexual assault or other sex
  offenses; and
                     (D)  for judges regarding common issues in the
  criminal trials of sexual assault and other sex offenses;
               (7)  biennially contract for a survey of the resources
  provided to survivors by nonprofit organizations, health care
  facilities, institutions of higher education, sexual assault
  response teams, and other governmental entities in each region of
  the state;
               (8)  make recommendations as necessary to improve the
  collecting and reporting of data on the investigation and
  prosecution of sexual assault and other sex offenses; and
               (9)  develop a statewide standard for best practices in
  the funding and provision of services to survivors by nonprofit
  organizations, health care facilities, institutions of higher
  education, sexual assault response teams, and other governmental
  entities.
         SECTION 9.014.  Section 2054.352(a), Government Code, as
  amended by Chapters 467 (H.B. 4170), 768 (H.B. 1501), and 1232 (H.B.
  1523), Acts of the 86th Legislature, Regular Session, 2019, is
  reenacted to read as follows:
         (a)  The following licensing entities shall participate in
  the system established under Section 2054.353:
               (1)  Texas Board of Chiropractic Examiners;
               (2)  Judicial Branch Certification Commission;
               (3)  State Board of Dental Examiners;
               (4)  Texas Funeral Service Commission;
               (5)  Texas Medical Board;
               (6)  Texas Board of Nursing;
               (7)  Texas Optometry Board;
               (8)  Department of Agriculture, for licenses issued
  under Chapter 1951, Occupations Code;
               (9)  Texas State Board of Pharmacy;
               (10)  Executive Council of Physical Therapy and
  Occupational Therapy Examiners;
               (11)  Texas State Board of Plumbing Examiners;
               (12)  Texas Behavioral Health Executive Council;
               (13)  State Board of Veterinary Medical Examiners;
               (14)  Texas Real Estate Commission;
               (15)  Texas Appraiser Licensing and Certification
  Board;
               (16)  Texas Department of Licensing and Regulation;
               (17)  Texas State Board of Public Accountancy;
               (18)  State Board for Educator Certification;
               (19)  Texas Board of Professional Engineers and Land
  Surveyors;
               (20)  Health and Human Services Commission;
               (21)  Texas Board of Architectural Examiners;
               (22)  Texas Racing Commission;
               (23)  Texas Commission on Law Enforcement; and
               (24)  Texas Private Security Board.
         SECTION 9.015.  Section 2400.0015, Government Code, as added
  by Chapter 666 (S.B. 1978), Acts of the 86th Legislature, Regular
  Session, 2019, is amended to conform to Section 21.009(35), Chapter
  467 (H.B. 4170), Acts of the 86th Legislature, Regular Session,
  2019, to read as follows:
         Sec. 2400.0015.  APPLICABILITY. This chapter does not apply
  to an investment prohibited under Chapter 808 or a contract
  prohibited under Chapter 2271 [2270, as added by Chapter 1 (H.B.
  89), Acts of the 85th Legislature, Regular Session, 2017].
  PART B.  CHANGES RELATING TO THE SECURITIES ACT
         SECTION 9.101.  Section 4002.002, Government Code, as
  effective January 1, 2022, is amended to conform to Section 1,
  Chapter 772 (H.B. 1535), Acts of the 86th Legislature, Regular
  Session, 2019, to read as follows:
         Sec. 4002.002.  SUNSET PROVISION. The State Securities
  Board is subject to Chapter 325 (Texas Sunset Act). Unless
  continued in existence as provided by that chapter, the board is
  abolished and this title expires September 1, 2031 [2019].
         SECTION 9.102.  Section 4002.058, Government Code, as
  effective January 1, 2022, is amended to conform to Section 2,
  Chapter 772 (H.B. 1535), Acts of the 86th Legislature, Regular
  Session, 2019, by amending Subsection (b) and adding Subsection (d)
  to read as follows:
         (b)  The training program must provide the person with
  information regarding:
               (1)  the law governing [legislation that created the]
  board operations;
               (2)  the programs, [operated by the board;
               [(3) the role and] functions, rules, and budget of the
  board;
               (3)  the scope of and limitations on the rulemaking
  authority [(4) the rules] of the board[, with an emphasis on the
  rules that relate to disciplinary and investigatory authority];
               (4)  the types of board rules, interpretations, and
  enforcement actions that may implicate federal antitrust law by
  limiting competition or impacting prices charged by persons engaged
  in a profession or business the board regulates, including any
  rule, interpretation, or enforcement action that:
                     (A)  regulates the scope of practice of persons in
  a profession or business the board regulates;
                     (B)  restricts advertising by persons in a
  profession or business the board regulates;
                     (C)  affects the price of goods or services
  provided by persons in a profession or business the board
  regulates; or
                     (D)  restricts participation in a profession or
  business the board regulates;
               (5)  [the current budget for the board;
               [(6)]  the results of the most recent formal audit of
  the board;
               (6) [(7)]  the requirements of:
                     (A)  laws relating to [the] open meetings, [law,
  Chapter 551;
                     [(B)  the] public information [law], [Chapter
  552;
                     [(C)  the] administrative procedure [law],
  [Chapter 2001;] and disclosing conflicts of interest; and
                     (B) [(D)]  other laws applicable [relating] to
  members of a state policymaking body in performing their duties
  [public officials, including conflict-of-interest laws]; and
               (7) [(8)]  any applicable ethics policies adopted by
  the board or the Texas Ethics Commission.
         (d)  The commissioner shall create a training manual that
  includes the information required by Subsection (b). The
  commissioner shall distribute a copy of the training manual
  annually to each member of the board. Each member of the board shall
  sign and submit to the commissioner a statement acknowledging that
  the member received and has reviewed the training manual.
         SECTION 9.103.  Sections 4002.107 and 4007.051, Government
  Code, as effective January 1, 2022, are amended to conform to
  Section 3, Chapter 772 (H.B. 1535), Acts of the 86th Legislature,
  Regular Session, 2019, to read as follows:
         Sec. 4002.107.  WRITTEN EMPLOYEE COMPLAINT PROCEDURE. (a)  
  The commissioner or the commissioner's designee shall maintain a
  system to promptly and efficiently act [file] on complaints [each
  written complaint] filed with the commissioner or board concerning
  an employee or former employee. The commissioner or the
  commissioner's designee shall maintain [The file must include] the
  information listed in Section 4007.051 for files maintained under
  that section for complaints against persons registered under this
  title.
         (b)  The commissioner or the commissioner's designee shall
  make information available describing [provide to the person filing
  the complaint and to each person who is a subject of the complaint a
  copy of] the board's [policies and] procedures for [relating to]
  complaint investigation and resolution.
         (c)  The commissioner or the commissioner's designee[, at
  least quarterly until final disposition of the complaint,] shall
  periodically notify the [person filing the] complaint parties [and
  each person who is a subject of the complaint] of the status of the
  complaint until final disposition [investigation] unless the
  notice would jeopardize a law enforcement [an undercover]
  investigation.
         Sec. 4007.051.  COMPLAINTS FILED WITH COMMISSIONER OR BOARD.
  (a) The commissioner or the commissioner's designee shall maintain
  a system to promptly and efficiently act [file] on complaints [each
  written complaint] filed with the commissioner or board concerning
  a person registered under this title. The commissioner or the
  commissioner's designee shall maintain information about parties
  to the complaint, the subject matter of the complaint, a summary of
  the results of the review or investigation of the complaint, and its
  disposition [The file must include:
               [(1)  the name of the person who filed the complaint;
               [(2)  the date the complaint was received by the
  commissioner or board;
               [(3)  the subject matter of the complaint;
               [(4)  the name of each person contacted in relation to
  the complaint;
               [(5)  a summary of the results of the review or
  investigation of the complaint; and
               [(6)  an explanation of the reason the file was closed,
  if the commissioner closed the file without taking action other
  than the investigation of the complaint].
         (b)  The commissioner or the commissioner's designee shall
  make information available describing [provide to the person filing
  the complaint and to each person who is a subject of the complaint a
  copy of] the board's [policies and] procedures for [relating to]
  complaint investigation and resolution.
         (c)  The commissioner or the commissioner's designee[, at
  least quarterly until final disposition of the complaint,] shall
  periodically notify the [person filing the] complaint parties [and
  each person who is a subject of the complaint] of the status of the
  complaint until final disposition [investigation,] unless the
  notice would jeopardize a law enforcement [an undercover]
  investigation.
         SECTION 9.104.  Subchapter D, Chapter 4002, Government Code,
  as effective January 1, 2022, is amended to conform to Section 4,
  Chapter 772 (H.B. 1535), Acts of the 86th Legislature, Regular
  Session, 2019, by adding Section 4002.1535 to read as follows:
         Sec. 4002.1535.  ALTERNATIVE RULEMAKING AND DISPUTE
  RESOLUTION. (a)  The board shall develop a policy to encourage the
  use of:
               (1)  negotiated rulemaking procedures under Chapter
  2008 for the adoption of board rules; and
               (2)  appropriate alternative dispute resolution
  procedures under Chapter 2009 to assist in the resolution of
  internal and external disputes under the board's jurisdiction.
         (b)  The board's procedures relating to alternative dispute
  resolution must conform, to the extent possible, to any model
  guidelines issued by the State Office of Administrative Hearings
  for the use of alternative dispute resolution by state agencies.
         (c)  The board shall:
               (1)  coordinate the implementation of the policy
  adopted under Subsection (a);
               (2)  provide training as needed to implement the
  procedures for negotiated rulemaking or alternative dispute
  resolution; and
               (3)  collect data concerning the effectiveness of those
  procedures.
         SECTION 9.105.  Section 4002.163, Government Code, as
  effective January 1, 2022, is amended to conform to Section 1,
  Chapter 772 (H.B. 1535), Acts of the 86th Legislature, Regular
  Session, 2019, to read as follows:
         Sec. 4002.163.  ANNUAL REPORT. On or before January 1 of
  each year, the board, with the advice of the commissioner, shall
  report to the governor and the presiding officer of each house of
  the legislature about the administration of this title and plans
  and needs for future securities regulation. The report must
  include: 
               (1)  a detailed accounting of all funds received and
  disbursed by the board during the preceding year, including the
  amount spent by the board assisting in the criminal prosecution of
  cases under Section 4007.001(e); and
               (2)  with respect to cases referred during the
  preceding year by the board under Section 4007.001(c), a breakdown
  by county and district attorney of the number of cases where:
                     (A)  criminal charges were filed;
                     (B)  prosecution is ongoing; or
                     (C)  prosecution was completed.
         SECTION 9.106.  Section 4004.351(2), Government Code, as
  effective January 1, 2022, is amended to conform to Section
  21.001(19), Chapter 467 (H.B. 4170), Acts of the 86th Legislature,
  Regular Session, 2019, to read as follows:
               (2)  "Exploitation," "financial exploitation," and
  "vulnerable adult" have the meanings assigned by Section 281.001
  [280.001], Finance Code.
         SECTION 9.107.  Section 4006.054, Government Code, as
  effective January 1, 2022, is amended to conform to Section 7,
  Chapter 772 (H.B. 1535), Acts of the 86th Legislature, Regular
  Session, 2019, to read as follows:
         Sec. 4006.054.  AMENDMENT OR DUPLICATE OF REGISTRATION
  CERTIFICATE OR EVIDENCE OF REGISTRATION[; REGISTRATION OF BRANCH
  OFFICE].  The commissioner or board shall charge and collect a fee
  of $25 for a filing to:
               (1)  amend the registration certificate of a dealer or
  investment adviser or the evidence of registration of an agent or
  investment adviser representative; or
               (2)  issue a duplicate certificate or evidence of
  registration[; or
               [(3)  register a branch office].
         SECTION 9.108.  Section 4007.001, Government Code, as
  effective January 1, 2022, is amended to conform to Section 5,
  Chapter 772 (H.B. 1535), Acts of the 86th Legislature, Regular
  Session, 2019, by adding Subsections (e), (f), (g), (h), and (i) to
  read as follows:
         (e)  Subject to Subsection (h), the board may provide
  assistance to a county or district attorney who requests assistance
  in a criminal prosecution involving an alleged violation of this
  title that is referred by the board to the attorney under Subsection
  (c).
         (f)  Before referring a case to a county or district attorney
  for prosecution as required by Subsection (c), the commissioner
  shall make a determination of:
               (1)  the potential resources of the board, including
  the number and types of board employees, that would be needed to
  assist in the prosecution of the case; and
               (2)  the availability of board employees and other
  resources necessary to carry out any request for assistance.
         (g)  The board by rule shall establish a process to enable
  the commissioner to determine whether to provide any requested
  assistance to the appropriate prosecuting attorney following
  referral of a case under Subsection (c) and, if so, the appropriate
  amount of such assistance. The rules must require the commissioner
  to consider:
               (1)  whether resources are available after taking into
  account any ongoing board investigations, investigations under
  Section 4007.053, and criminal prosecutions for which assistance is
  being provided;
               (2)  the seriousness of the alleged violation or
  violations in the case, including the severity of the harm and
  number of victims involved; and
               (3)  the state's interest in the prosecution of a
  particular case and the availability of other methods of redress
  for the alleged violations, including the pursuit of a civil
  action.
         (h)  In response to a request for assistance under Subsection
  (e), the board may provide only those board employees or resources,
  if any, determined to be available for that case in accordance with
  Subsection (f). If a change in circumstances occurs after the time
  of the determination under Subsection (f), the commissioner may
  reconsider the commissioner's determination under that subsection
  and may increase or reduce the number of board employees or other
  resources to be made available for a case using the process
  established under Subsection (g).
         (i)  The attorney general, at least biennially, shall review
  a sample of criminal cases for which the board provided requested
  assistance to county or district attorneys under this section. The
  review must include an evaluation of the pre-referral determination
  of available resources to support each case being reviewed as
  required by Subsection (f) and any subsequent determination of
  those resources made by the commissioner as authorized under
  Subsection (h).  The attorney general may report any concerns the
  attorney general has in connection with the board's provision of
  assistance to the standing committee of each house of the
  legislature with primary jurisdiction over board matters.
         SECTION 9.109.  Subchapter C, Chapter 4007, Government Code,
  as effective January 1, 2022, is amended to conform to Section 6,
  Chapter 772 (H.B. 1535), Acts of the 86th Legislature, Regular
  Session, 2019, by adding Section 4007.108 to read as follows:
         Sec. 4007.108.  REFUND. (a)  Subject to Subsection (b), the
  commissioner may order a dealer, agent, investment adviser, or
  investment adviser representative regulated under this title to pay
  a refund to a client or a purchaser of securities or services from
  the person or company as provided in an agreed order or an
  enforcement order instead of or in addition to imposing an
  administrative penalty or other sanctions.
         (b)  The amount of a refund ordered as provided in an agreed
  order or an enforcement order may not exceed the amount the client
  or purchaser paid to the dealer, agent, investment adviser, or
  investment adviser representative for a service or transaction
  regulated by the board. The commissioner may not require payment of
  other damages or estimate harm in a refund order.
         SECTION 9.110.  Sections 1 through 7, Chapter 772 (H.B.
  1535), Acts of the 86th Legislature, Regular Session, 2019, which
  amended The Securities Act (Article 581-1 et seq., Vernon's Texas
  Civil Statutes), are repealed.
         SECTION 9.111.  The heading to Title 19, Vernon's Texas
  Civil Statutes, is repealed.
         SECTION 9.112.  This part takes effect January 1, 2022.
  ARTICLE 10. CHANGES RELATING TO HEALTH AND SAFETY CODE
         SECTION 10.001.  Section 34.0158, Health and Safety Code, as
  added by Chapter 514 (S.B. 436), Acts of the 86th Legislature,
  Regular Session, 2019, is redesignated as Section 34.01581, Health
  and Safety Code, and amended to conform to Chapter 601 (S.B. 750),
  Acts of the 86th Legislature, Regular Session, 2019, to read as
  follows:
         Sec. 34.01581 [34.0158].  OPIOID USE DISORDER MATERNAL AND
  NEWBORN HEALTH INITIATIVES.  (a)  The department, in collaboration
  with the review committee [task force], shall develop and implement
  initiatives to:
               (1)  improve screening procedures to better identify
  and care for women with opioid use disorder;
               (2)  improve continuity of care for women with opioid
  use disorder by ensuring that health care providers refer the women
  to appropriate treatment and verify the women receive the
  treatment;
               (3)  optimize health care provided to pregnant women
  with opioid use disorder;
               (4)  optimize health care provided to newborns with
  neonatal abstinence syndrome by encouraging maternal engagement;
               (5)  increase access to medication-assisted treatment
  for women with opioid use disorder during pregnancy and the
  postpartum period; and
               (6)  prevent opioid use disorder by reducing the number
  of opioid drugs prescribed before, during, and following a
  delivery.
         (b)  Before implementing the initiatives described by
  Subsection (a), the department may conduct a limited pilot program
  in one or more geographic areas of this state to implement the
  initiatives at hospitals licensed under Chapter 241 with expertise
  in caring for newborns with neonatal abstinence syndrome or related
  conditions. The pilot program must conclude not later than March 1,
  2020. This subsection expires September 1, 2021.
         (c)  Using existing resources, the department, in
  collaboration with the review committee [task force], shall promote
  and facilitate the use among health care providers in this state of
  maternal health informational materials, including tools and
  procedures related to best practices in maternal health to improve
  obstetrical care for women with opioid use disorder.
         SECTION 10.002.  Section 34.020(e), Health and Safety Code,
  as added by Chapter 973 (S.B. 748), Acts of the 86th Legislature,
  Regular Session, 2019, is amended to conform to the repeal of
  Section 531.02176, Government Code, by Chapters 964 (S.B. 670) and
  1061 (H.B. 1063), Acts of the 86th Legislature, Regular Session,
  2019, to read as follows:
         (e)  If [Notwithstanding Section 531.02176, Government Code,
  and if] the commission determines it is feasible and
  cost-effective, the commission may:
               (1)  provide home telemonitoring services and
  necessary durable medical equipment to women participating in the
  program to the extent the commission anticipates the services and
  equipment will reduce unnecessary emergency room visits or
  hospitalizations; and
               (2)  reimburse providers under Medicaid for the
  provision of home telemonitoring services and durable medical
  equipment under the program.
         SECTION 10.003.  Section 241.1031(a), Health and Safety
  Code, is amended to conform to Chapter 469 (H.B. 4173), Acts of the
  86th Legislature, Regular Session, 2019, to read as follows:
         (a)  A hospital may not destroy a medical record from the
  forensic medical examination of a sexual assault victim conducted
  under Subchapter F or G, Chapter 56A [Article 56.06 or 56.065], Code
  of Criminal Procedure, until the 20th anniversary of the date the
  record was created.
         SECTION 10.004.  (a)  Section 254.156, Health and Safety
  Code, as added by Chapter 1062 (H.B. 1112), Acts of the 86th
  Legislature, Regular Session, 2019, is repealed as duplicative of
  Section 254.158, Health and Safety Code, as added by Chapter 1093
  (H.B. 2041), Acts of the 86th Legislature, Regular Session, 2019.
         (b)  Sections 254.203(a) and (b), Health and Safety Code, as
  amended by Chapters 1062 (H.B. 1112) and 1093 (H.B. 2041), Acts of
  the 86th Legislature, Regular Session, 2019, are reenacted to read
  as follows:
         (a)  The department may petition a district court for a
  temporary restraining order to restrain a continuing violation of
  the standards or licensing requirements provided under this chapter
  or of Section 254.158 if the department finds that the violation
  creates an immediate threat to the health and safety of the patients
  of a facility or of the public.
         (b)  A district court, on petition of the department and on a
  finding by the court that a person is violating the standards or
  licensing requirements provided under this chapter or is violating
  Section 254.158, may by injunction:
               (1)  prohibit a person from continuing the violation;
               (2)  restrain or prevent the establishment or operation
  of a facility without a license issued under this chapter; or
               (3)  grant any other injunctive relief warranted by the
  facts.
         SECTION 10.005.  Section 323.005(a), Health and Safety Code,
  as amended by Chapters 408 (H.B. 8), 469 (H.B. 4173), and 1037 (H.B.
  616), Acts of the 86th Legislature, Regular Session, 2019, is
  reenacted and further amended to conform to Chapter 469 (H.B.
  4173), Acts of the 86th Legislature, Regular Session, 2019, to read
  as follows:
         (a)  The department shall develop a standard information
  form for sexual assault survivors that must include:
               (1)  a detailed explanation of the forensic medical
  examination required to be provided by law, including a statement
  that photographs may be taken of the genitalia;
               (2)  information regarding treatment of sexually
  transmitted infections and pregnancy, including:
                     (A)  generally accepted medical procedures;
                     (B)  appropriate medications; and
                     (C)  any contraindications of the medications
  prescribed for treating sexually transmitted infections and
  preventing pregnancy;
               (3)  information regarding drug-facilitated sexual
  assault, including the necessity for an immediate urine test for
  sexual assault survivors who may have been involuntarily drugged;
               (4)  information regarding crime victims compensation,
  including:
                     (A)  a statement that public agencies are
  responsible for paying for the forensic portion of an examination
  conducted under Subchapter F or G, Chapter 56A [Article 56.06 or
  56.065], Code of Criminal Procedure, and for the evidence
  collection kit used in connection with the examination and that the
  health care facility or provider, as applicable, is responsible for
  seeking reimbursement for those costs; and
                     (B)  information regarding the reimbursement of
  the survivor for the medical portion of the examination;
               (5)  an explanation that consent for the forensic
  medical examination may be withdrawn at any time during the
  examination;
               (6)  the name and telephone number of sexual assault
  crisis centers statewide; and
               (7)  information regarding postexposure prophylaxis
  for HIV infection.
         SECTION 10.006.  Section 323.0052(a), Health and Safety
  Code, is amended to conform to Chapter 469 (H.B. 4173), Acts of the
  86th Legislature, Regular Session, 2019, to read as follows:
         (a)  The department shall develop a standard information
  form that, as described by Subsection (b), is to be provided to
  sexual assault survivors who have not given signed, written consent
  to a health care facility to release the evidence as provided by
  Section 420.0735, Government Code. The form must include the
  following information:
               (1)  the Department of Public Safety's policy regarding
  storage of evidence of a sexual assault or other sex offense that is
  collected under Subchapter G, Chapter 56A [Article 56.065], Code of
  Criminal Procedure, including:
                     (A)  a statement that the evidence will be stored
  until the fifth anniversary of the date on which the evidence was
  collected before the evidence becomes eligible for destruction; and
                     (B)  the department's procedures regarding the
  notification of the survivor before a planned destruction of the
  evidence;
               (2)  a statement that the survivor may request the
  release of the evidence to a law enforcement agency and report a
  sexual assault or other sex offense to the agency at any time;
               (3)  the name, phone number, and e-mail address of the
  law enforcement agency with jurisdiction over the offense; and
               (4)  the name and phone number of a local rape crisis
  center.
         SECTION 10.007.  Section 382.05155(d), Health and Safety
  Code, as amended by Chapters 393 (S.B. 698) and 1173 (H.B. 3317),
  Acts of the 86th Legislature, Regular Session, 2019, is reenacted
  to read as follows:
         (d)  The commission by rule may add a surcharge to an
  application fee assessed under this chapter for an expedited
  application in an amount sufficient to cover the expenses incurred
  by the expediting, including overtime, costs of full-time
  equivalent commission employees to support the expedited
  processing of air permit applications, contract labor, and other
  costs. The surcharge is considered part of the application fee and
  shall be deposited with the fee to the credit of the clean air
  account established under Section 382.0622(b). Money from the
  surcharge collected under this section may be used to support the
  expedited processing of air permit applications under this section.
         SECTION 10.008.  Section 780.003(b), Health and Safety Code,
  as amended by Chapters 372 (H.B. 1631) and 1094 (H.B. 2048), Acts of
  the 86th Legislature, Regular Session, 2019, is reenacted and
  amended and further amended to conform to Chapter 594 (S.B. 604),
  Acts of the 86th Legislature, Regular Session, 2019, to read as
  follows:
         (b)  The account is composed of money deposited to the credit
  of the account under Sections 542.4031, [and] 709.002, and
  1006.153, Transportation Code, [under Section 10, Article
  4413(37), Revised Statutes,] and under Section 780.002 of this
  code.
         SECTION 10.009.  Section 1001.205, Health and Safety Code,
  as amended by Chapters 1327 (H.B. 4429), 352 (H.B. 18), and 755
  (H.B. 1070), Acts of the 86th Legislature, Regular Session, 2019,
  is reenacted and amended to read as follows:
         Sec. 1001.205.  REPORTS. (a)  Not later than September 30 of
  each year, a local mental health authority shall provide to the
  department the number of:
               (1)  employees and contractors of the authority who
  were trained as mental health first aid trainers under Section
  1001.202 during the preceding fiscal year, the number of trainers
  who left the program for any reason during the preceding fiscal
  year, and the number of active trainers;
               (2)  university employees, school district employees,
  and school resource officers who completed a mental health first
  aid training program offered by the authority under Section
  1001.203 during the preceding fiscal year categorized by local
  mental health authority region, university or school district, as
  applicable, and category of personnel;
               (3)  individuals who are not university employees,
  school district employees, or school resource officers who
  completed a mental health first aid training program offered by the
  authority during the preceding fiscal year; and
               (4)  veterans and immediate family members of veterans
  who completed the veterans module of a mental health first aid
  training program offered by the authority during the preceding
  fiscal year.
         (b)  Not later than December 1 of each year, the department
  shall compile the information submitted by local mental health
  authorities as required by Subsection (a) and submit a report to the
  legislature containing:
               (1)  the number of authority employees and contractors
  trained as mental health first aid trainers during the preceding
  fiscal year, the number of trainers who left the program for any
  reason during the preceding fiscal year, and the number of active
  trainers;
               (2)  the number of university employees, school
  district employees, and school resource officers who completed a
  mental health first aid training program provided by an authority
  during the preceding fiscal year categorized by local mental health
  authority region, university or school district, as applicable, and
  category of personnel;
               (3)  the number of individuals who are not university
  employees, school district employees, or school resource officers
  who completed a mental health first aid training program provided
  by an authority during the preceding fiscal year; [and]
               (4)  veterans and immediate family members of veterans
  who completed the veterans module of a mental health first aid
  training program provided by an authority during the preceding
  fiscal year; and
               (5) [(4)]  a detailed accounting of expenditures of
  money appropriated for the purpose of implementing this subchapter.
         (c)  The department shall develop and provide to local mental
  health authorities a form to be used for the reporting of
  information required under Subsection (a), including the reporting
  of each category of personnel described by that subsection.
  ARTICLE 11. CHANGES RELATING TO HUMAN RESOURCES CODE
         SECTION 11.001.  Section 45.002(5), Human Resources Code, is
  amended to conform to Chapter 319 (S.B. 11), Acts of the 85th
  Legislature, Regular Session, 2017, to read as follows:
               (5)  "Governmental entity" means:
                     (A)  this state or a municipality or other
  political subdivision of this state;
                     (B)  any agency of this state or of a municipality
  or other political subdivision of this state, including a
  department, bureau, board, commission, office, agency, council,
  and public institution of higher education; or
                     (C)  a single source continuum contractor in this
  state providing services identified under Section 264.153
  [264.126], Family Code.
  ARTICLE 12. CHANGES RELATING TO INSURANCE CODE
         SECTION 12.001.  Section 2210.2515(i), Insurance Code, is
  amended to conform to the amendment of Chapter 1001, Occupations
  Code, by Chapter 1232 (H.B. 1523), Acts of the 86th Legislature,
  Regular Session, 2019, to read as follows:
         (i)  The department is authorized to submit a formal
  complaint under Chapter 1001, Occupations Code, to the Texas Board
  of Professional Engineers and Land Surveyors related to the
  engineering work of a professional engineer as reflected in the
  sealed post-construction evaluation report or other materials
  submitted by an engineer under Subsection (c).
         SECTION 12.002.  Sections 2210.581(a) and (b), Insurance
  Code, as amended by Chapters 140 (H.B. 1944) and 790 (H.B. 1900),
  Acts of the 86th Legislature, Regular Session, 2019, are reenacted
  and amended to read as follows:
         (a)  Subject to Subsection (b), the commissioner, on a
  showing of good cause, may by rule:
               (1)  extend any deadline established under this
  subchapter; and
               (2)  set the length of the extension [and set the number
  of days by which the deadline is extended].
         (b)  With reference to [The] deadlines applicable to the
  association only, all deadline extensions related to claims arising
  from an occurrence [storm] may not exceed 120 days in the aggregate
  [for deadlines applicable only to the association]. This subsection
  does not affect the extension of a deadline applicable to a claimant
  or to both the association and a claimant. [The limitation on
  extensions under this subsection does not apply to the extension of
  a deadline imposed on a claimant, or on both a claimant and the
  association.]
         SECTION 12.003.  Section 2210.581(d), Insurance Code, as
  added by Chapter 140 (H.B. 1944), Acts of the 86th Legislature,
  Regular Session, 2019, is repealed as duplicative of Section
  2210.581(d), Insurance Code, as added by Chapter 790 (H.B. 1900),
  Acts of the 86th Legislature, Regular Session, 2019.
  ARTICLE 13. CHANGES RELATING TO NATURAL RESOURCES CODE
         SECTION 13.001.  Section 51.402(c), Natural Resources Code,
  as amended by Chapters 493 (H.B. 4388) and 524 (S.B. 608), Acts of
  the 86th Legislature, Regular Session, 2019, is reenacted to read
  as follows:
         (c)  On January 1 of each even-numbered year, the market
  value of the investments made under Subsections (a)(6) and (8) may
  not exceed an amount that is equal to 15 percent of the market value
  of the assets held by the board and the State Board of Education as
  part of the permanent school fund.
  ARTICLE 14. CHANGES RELATING TO OCCUPATIONS CODE
         SECTION 14.001.  Section 51.252(e), Occupations Code, as
  added by Chapter 289 (H.B. 2452), Acts of the 86th Legislature,
  Regular Session, 2019, is repealed as duplicative of Section
  51.252(e), Occupations Code, as added by Chapter 1144 (H.B. 2847),
  Acts of the 86th Legislature, Regular Session, 2019.
         SECTION 14.002.  Section 153.003(b), Occupations Code, is
  amended to conform to Chapter 469 (H.B. 4173), Acts of the 86th
  Legislature, Regular Session, 2019, to read as follows:
         (b)  The rules adopted under this section must prohibit a
  physician from destroying a medical record from the forensic
  medical examination of a sexual assault victim conducted under
  Subchapter F or G, Chapter 56A [Article 56.06 or 56.065], Code of
  Criminal Procedure, until the 20th anniversary of the date the
  record was created.
         SECTION 14.003.  Sections 503.207(c) and (d) and 505.205(d)
  and (e), Occupations Code, as added by Chapter 91 (H.B. 125), Acts
  of the 86th Legislature, Regular Session, 2019, are repealed as
  duplicative of Sections 507.160(c) and (d), Occupations Code, as
  added by Chapter 768 (H.B. 1501), Acts of the 86th Legislature,
  Regular Session, 2019.
         SECTION 14.004.  Section 2022.001(b), Occupations Code, as
  added by Chapter 963 (S.B. 1969), Acts of the 85th Legislature,
  Regular Session, 2017, is amended to conform to Chapter 131 (H.B.
  1106), Acts of the 85th Legislature, Regular Session, 2017, to read
  as follows:
         (b)  The ex officio members are:
               (1)  the chair of the Public Safety Commission, or a
  member of the Public Safety Commission designated by the chair; and
               (2)  the commissioner of agriculture or the
  commissioner's [comptroller or the comptroller's] designee.
         SECTION 14.005.  Section 2301.476(a)(2), Occupations Code,
  is amended to conform to Chapters 1233 (H.B. 1548) and 882 (H.B.
  3171), Acts of the 86th Legislature, Regular Session, 2019, to read
  as follows:
               (2)  "Type of motor vehicle" means the classification
  of a motor vehicle as one of the following:
                     (A)  a passenger car or a truck, including a
  pickup truck, van, panel delivery truck, or a carryall truck, with a
  gross vehicle weight rating of 14,000 pounds or less that is used
  primarily to transport persons or property;
                     (B)  a motorcycle or motor-driven cycle, which
  includes:
                           (i)  an all-terrain vehicle, as defined by
  Section 551A.001 [502.001], Transportation Code;
                           (ii)  a recreational off-highway vehicle, as
  defined by Section 551A.001 [502.001], Transportation Code;
                           (iii)  an autocycle, as defined by Section
  501.008, Transportation Code;
                           (iv)  a moped, as defined by Section
  541.201, Transportation Code; or
                           (v)  a motorcycle, as defined by Section
  541.201, Transportation Code; [or
                           [(vi)  a motor-driven cycle, as defined by
  Section 541.201, Transportation Code;]
                     (C)  an engine, transmission, or rear axle, as
  described by Section 2301.002(23)(C);
                     (D)  a medium-duty or heavy-duty truck with a
  gross vehicle weight rating of more than 14,000 pounds;
                     (E)  a bus, as defined by Section 541.201,
  Transportation Code;
                     (F)  a road tractor or truck tractor, as defined
  by Section 541.201, Transportation Code;
                     (G)  a firefighting vehicle; or
                     (H)  a recreational vehicle, which includes:
                           (i)  a motor home;
                           (ii)  a towable recreational vehicle;
                           (iii)  a travel trailer, as defined by
  Section 501.002, Transportation Code; or
                           (iv)  a house trailer, as defined by Section
  501.002, Transportation Code.
  ARTICLE 15. CHANGES RELATING TO PARKS AND WILDLIFE CODE
         SECTION 15.001. Section 11.032(b), Parks and Wildlife Code,
  as amended by Chapters 174 (H.B. 1300) and 426 (S.B. 733), Acts of
  the 86th Legislature, Regular Session, 2019, is reenacted and
  amended to read as follows:
         (b)  The department shall deposit to the credit of the game,
  fish, and water safety account all revenue, less allowable costs,
  from the following sources:
               (1)  all types of fishing licenses and stamps and
  shrimping licenses;
               (2)  all types of hunting licenses and stamps;
               (3)  trapping licenses and other licenses relating to
  the taking, propagation, and sale of fur-bearing animals or their
  pelts;
               (4)  sale of marl, sand, gravel, shell, and mudshell;
               (5)  oyster bed rentals and permits;
               (6)  federal funds received for fish and wildlife
  research, management, development and conservation, resource
  protection, and law enforcement, unless the funds are received for
  the specific purposes of Subchapter F, Chapter 77;
               (7)  sale of property, less advertising costs,
  purchased from this account or a special fund or account that is now
  part of this account;
               (8)  fines and penalties collected for violations of a
  law pertaining to the protection and conservation of wild birds,
  wild fowl, wild animals, fish, shrimp, oysters, game birds and
  animals, fur-bearing animals, alligators, and any other wildlife
  resources of this state;
               (9)  sale of rough fish by the department;
               (10)  fees for importation permits;
               (11)  fees from supplying fish for or placing fish in
  water located on private property;
               (12)  sale of seized pelts;
               (13)  sale or lease of grazing rights to and the
  products from game preserves, sanctuaries, and management areas;
               (14)  contracts for the removal of fur-bearing animals
  and reptiles from wildlife management areas;
               (15)  vessel registration fees;
               (16)  vessel manufacturer or dealer licensing fees;
               (17)  fines or penalties imposed by a court for
  violation of water safety laws contained in Chapter 31 of this code;
               (18)  alligator hunter's or alligator buyer's licenses;
               (19)  sale of alligators or any part of an alligator by
  the department;
               (20)  fees and revenue collected under Section
  11.027(b) or (c) of this code that are associated with the
  conservation of fish and wildlife;
               (21)  fees related to cultivated oyster mariculture;
               (22)  vessel and outboard motor titling fees; [and]
               (23)  participation fees collected under Section
  43.976; and
               (24) [(23)]  any other source provided by law.
  ARTICLE 16. CHANGES RELATING TO PENAL CODE
         SECTION 16.001.  Sections 12.50(b) and (c), Penal Code, as
  amended by Chapters 418 (S.B. 201) and 1058 (H.B. 1028), Acts of the
  86th Legislature, Regular Session, 2019, are reenacted to read as
  follows:
         (b)  The increase in punishment authorized by this section
  applies only to an offense under:
               (1)  Section 22.01;
               (2)  Section 28.02;
               (3)  Section 29.02;
               (4)  Section 30.02;
               (5)  Section 30.03;
               (6)  Section 30.04;
               (7)  Section 30.05; and
               (8)  Section 31.03.
         (c)  If an offense listed under Subsection (b)(1), (5), (6),
  (7), or (8) is punishable as a Class A misdemeanor, the minimum term
  of confinement for the offense is increased to 180 days. If an
  offense listed under Subsection (b)(2), (4), or (8) is punishable
  as a felony of the first degree, the punishment for that offense may
  not be increased under this section.
         SECTION 16.002.  Section 22.011(f), Penal Code, as amended
  by Chapters 436 (S.B. 1259) and 738 (H.B. 667), Acts of the 86th
  Legislature, Regular Session, 2019, is reenacted and amended to
  read as follows:
         (f)  An offense under this section is a felony of the second
  degree, except that an offense under this section is:
               (1)  a felony of the first degree if the victim was:
                     (A) [(1)]  a person whom the actor was prohibited
  from marrying or purporting to marry or with whom the actor was
  prohibited from living under the appearance of being married under
  Section 25.01; or
                     (B) [(2)]  a person with whom the actor was
  prohibited from engaging in sexual intercourse or deviate sexual
  intercourse under Section 25.02; or
               (2)  a state jail felony if the offense is committed
  under Subsection (a)(1) and the actor has not received express
  consent as described by Subsection (b)(12).
         SECTION 16.003.  Section 25.07(g), Penal Code, is amended to
  conform to Chapter 469 (H.B. 4173), Acts of the 86th Legislature,
  Regular Session, 2019, to read as follows:
         (g)  An offense under this section is a Class A misdemeanor,
  except the offense is:
               (1)  subject to Subdivision (2), a state jail felony if
  it is shown at the trial of the offense that the defendant violated
  an order issued as a result of an application filed under Article
  7B.001(a-1) [7A.01(a-1)], Code of Criminal Procedure; or
               (2)  a felony of the third degree if it is shown on the
  trial of the offense that the defendant:
                     (A)  has previously been convicted two or more
  times of an offense under this section or two or more times of an
  offense under Section 25.072, or has previously been convicted of
  an offense under this section and an offense under Section 25.072;
  or
                     (B)  has violated the order or condition of bond
  by committing an assault or the offense of stalking.
         SECTION 16.004.  Section 37.09(c-1), Penal Code, is amended
  to correct a reference to read as follows:
         (c-1)  It is a defense to prosecution under Subsection (a) or
  (d)(1) that the record, document, or thing was visual material
  prohibited under Section 43.261 that was destroyed as described by
  Subsection (f)(3) [(f)(3)(B)] of that section.
         SECTION 16.005.  Section 46.15(h), Penal Code, is amended to
  conform to Chapter 216 (H.B. 446), Acts of the 86th Legislature,
  Regular Session, 2019, to read as follows:
         (h)  The provisions of Section [Sections 46.02 and] 46.03
  prohibiting the possession or carrying of a club do not apply to a
  code enforcement officer who:
               (1)  holds a certificate of registration issued under
  Chapter 1952, Occupations Code; and
               (2)  possesses or carries an instrument used
  specifically for deterring an animal bite while the officer is:
                     (A)  performing official duties; or
                     (B)  traveling to or from a place of duty.
  ARTICLE 17.  CHANGES RELATING TO PROPERTY CODE
         SECTION 17.001.  Section 74.501(e), Property Code, as
  amended by Chapters 267 (S.B. 1420) and 897 (H.B. 3598), Acts of the
  86th Legislature, Regular Session, 2019, is reenacted to read as
  follows:
         (e)  Except as provided by Subsection (f) or Section 551.051,
  Estates Code, the comptroller may not pay to the following persons a
  claim to which this section applies:
               (1)  a creditor, a judgment creditor, a lienholder, or
  an assignee of the reported owner or of the owner's heirs;
               (2)  a person holding a power of attorney from the
  reported owner or the owner's heirs; or
               (3)  a person attempting to make a claim on behalf of a
  corporation that was previously forfeited, dissolved, or
  terminated, if the comptroller finds that:
                     (A)  the corporation was revived for the purpose
  of making a claim under this section; and
                     (B)  the person submitting the claim was not an
  authorized representative of the corporation at the time of the
  corporation's forfeiture, dissolution, or termination.
  ARTICLE 18.  CHANGES RELATING TO SPECIAL DISTRICT LOCAL LAWS CODE
         SECTION 18.001.  Section 5012.0003, Special District Local
  Laws Code, is amended to correct a reference to read as follows:
         Sec. 5012.0003.  AUTHORITY TERRITORY. The authority is
  composed of the territory in Jefferson County described by Section
  1, Chapter 379, Acts of the 63rd Legislature, Regular Session,
  1973, as that territory may have been modified under:
               (1)  Subchapter H, Chapter 62, Water Code; or
               (2)  other law.
  ARTICLE 19.  CHANGES RELATING TO TAX CODE
         SECTION 19.001.  Section 25.025(a), Tax Code, as amended by
  Chapters 467 (H.B. 4170), 469 (H.B. 4173), 633 (S.B. 1494), 1213
  (S.B. 662), and 1245 (H.B. 2446), Acts of the 86th Legislature,
  Regular Session, 2019, is reenacted and amended to read as follows:
         (a)  This section applies only to:
               (1)  a current or former peace officer as defined by
  Article 2.12, Code of Criminal Procedure, and the spouse or
  surviving spouse of the peace officer;
               (2)  the adult child of a current peace officer as
  defined by Article 2.12, Code of Criminal Procedure;
               (3)  a county jailer as defined by Section 1701.001,
  Occupations Code;
               (4)  an employee of the Texas Department of Criminal
  Justice;
               (5)  a commissioned security officer as defined by
  Section 1702.002, Occupations Code;
               (6)  an individual who shows that the individual, the
  individual's child, or another person in the individual's household
  is a victim of family violence as defined by Section 71.004, Family
  Code, by providing:
                     (A)  a copy of a protective order issued under
  Chapter 85, Family Code, or a magistrate's order for emergency
  protection issued under Article 17.292, Code of Criminal Procedure;
  or
                     (B)  other independent documentary evidence
  necessary to show that the individual, the individual's child, or
  another person in the individual's household is a victim of family
  violence;
               (7)  an individual who shows that the individual, the
  individual's child, or another person in the individual's household
  is a victim of sexual assault or abuse, stalking, or trafficking of
  persons by providing:
                     (A)  a copy of a protective order issued under
  Subchapter A or B, Chapter 7B, Code of Criminal Procedure, or a
  magistrate's order for emergency protection issued under Article
  17.292, Code of Criminal Procedure; or
                     (B)  other independent documentary evidence
  necessary to show that the individual, the individual's child, or
  another person in the individual's household is a victim of sexual
  assault or abuse, stalking, or trafficking of persons;
               (8)  a participant in the address confidentiality
  program administered by the attorney general under Subchapter B,
  Chapter 58, Code of Criminal Procedure, who provides proof of
  certification under Article 58.059, Code of Criminal Procedure;
               (9)  a federal judge, a state judge, or the spouse of a
  federal judge or state judge;
               (10)  a current or former district attorney, criminal
  district attorney, or county or municipal attorney whose
  jurisdiction includes any criminal law or child protective services
  matters;
               (11)  a current or former employee of a district
  attorney, criminal district attorney, or county or municipal
  attorney whose jurisdiction includes any criminal law or child
  protective services matters;
               (12)  an officer or employee of a community supervision
  and corrections department established under Chapter 76,
  Government Code, who performs a duty described by Section 76.004(b)
  of that code;
               (13)  a criminal investigator of the United States as
  described by Article 2.122(a), Code of Criminal Procedure;
               (14)  a police officer or inspector of the United
  States Federal Protective Service;
               (15)  a current or former United States attorney or
  assistant United States attorney and the spouse and child of the
  attorney;
               (16)  a current or former employee of the office of the
  attorney general who is or was assigned to a division of that office
  the duties of which involve law enforcement;
               (17)  a medical examiner or person who performs
  forensic analysis or testing who is employed by this state or one or
  more political subdivisions of this state;
               (18)  a current or former member of the United States
  armed forces who has served in an area that the president of the
  United States by executive order designates for purposes of 26
  U.S.C. Section 112 as an area in which armed forces of the United
  States are or have engaged in combat;
               (19)  a current or former employee of the Texas
  Juvenile Justice Department or of the predecessors in function of
  the department;
               (20)  a current or former juvenile probation or
  supervision officer certified by the Texas Juvenile Justice
  Department, or the predecessors in function of the department,
  under Title 12, Human Resources Code;
               (21)  a current or former employee of a juvenile
  justice program or facility, as those terms are defined by Section
  261.405, Family Code;
               (22)  a current or former employee of the Texas Civil
  Commitment Office or the predecessor in function of the office or a
  division of the office; [and]
               (23)  a current or former employee of a federal judge or
  state judge;
               (24)  a current or former child protective services
  caseworker, adult protective services caseworker, or investigator
  for the Department of Family and Protective Services or a current or
  former employee of a department contractor performing child
  protective services caseworker, adult protective services
  caseworker, or investigator functions for the contractor on behalf
  of the department; [and]
               (25) [(24)]  a state officer elected statewide or a
  member of the legislature; and
               (26) [(24)]  a firefighter or volunteer firefighter or
  emergency medical services personnel as defined by Section 773.003,
  Health and Safety Code.
         SECTION 19.002.  Section 26.08(n-1), Tax Code, is repealed
  as executed.
         SECTION 19.003.  Section 151.461(5), Tax Code, as amended by
  Chapters 1332 (H.B. 4542) and 1359 (H.B. 1545), Acts of the 86th
  Legislature, Regular Session, 2019, is reenacted and amended to
  read as follows:
               (5)  "Retailer" means a person required to hold:
                     (A)  a wine and malt beverage retailer's permit
  under Chapter 25, Alcoholic Beverage Code;
                     (B)  a wine and malt beverage retailer's
  off-premise permit under Chapter 26, Alcoholic Beverage Code;
                     (C)  a nonprofit entity temporary event permit
  under Chapter 30, Alcoholic Beverage Code;
                     (D)  a mixed beverage permit under Chapter 28,
  Alcoholic Beverage Code;
                     (E)  a private club registration permit under
  Chapter 32, Alcoholic Beverage Code;
                     (F)  a certificate issued to a fraternal or
  veterans organization under Section 32.11, Alcoholic Beverage
  Code;
                     (G)  a retail dealer's on-premise license under
  Chapter 69, Alcoholic Beverage Code; [or]
                     (H)  a retail dealer's off-premise license under
  Chapter 71, Alcoholic Beverage Code, except for a dealer who also
  holds a package store permit under Chapter 22, Alcoholic Beverage
  Code; or
                     (I) [(M)]  a brewpub license under Chapter 74,
  Alcoholic Beverage Code.
         SECTION 19.004.  Section 312.210(b), Tax Code, is amended to
  correct a reference to read as follows:
         (b)  A tax abatement agreement with the owner of real
  property or tangible personal property that is located in the
  reinvestment zone described by Subsection (a) and in a school
  district that has a local revenue level that does not exceed the
  level established under Section 48.257, Education Code, must exempt
  from taxation:
               (1)  the portion of the value of the property in the
  amount specified in the joint agreement among the municipality,
  county, and junior college district; and
               (2)  an amount equal to 10 percent of the maximum
  portion of the value of the property that may under Section
  312.204(a) be otherwise exempted from taxation.
  ARTICLE 20.  CHANGES RELATING TO TRANSPORTATION CODE
         SECTION 20.001.  Section 56.001(3), Transportation Code, is
  repealed to conform to Chapter 1310 (H.B. 3850), Acts of the 86th
  Legislature, Regular Session, 2019.
         SECTION 20.002.  Section 66.016(c), Transportation Code, as
  added by Chapter 1346 (S.B. 1915), Acts of the 86th Legislature,
  Regular Session, 2019, is repealed as duplicative of Section
  66.016(c), Transportation Code, as added by Chapter 1347 (S.B.
  2223), Acts of the 86th Legislature, Regular Session, 2019.
         SECTION 20.003.  Section 501.0301(a)(1), Transportation
  Code, is amended to conform to Chapter 1233 (H.B. 1548), Acts of the
  86th Legislature, Regular Session, 2019, to read as follows:
               (1)  "Off-highway vehicle" means:
                     (A)  an all-terrain vehicle or recreational
  off-highway vehicle, as those terms are defined by Section 551A.001 
  [502.001];
                     (B)  a motorcycle, as that term is defined by
  Section 541.201, other than a motorcycle described by Section
  521.001, that is designed by the manufacturer for off-highway use
  only; or
                     (C)  a utility vehicle, as that term is defined by
  Section 551A.001 [663.001].
         SECTION 20.004.  Section 504.202(e-1), Transportation Code,
  is amended to correct a reference to read as follows:
         (e-1)  Other than license plates issued under Subsection
  (h), license plates issued under this section may include, on
  request:
               (1)  the emblem of the veteran's branch of service; or
               (2)  one emblem from another license plate to which the
  person is entitled under Section 504.308, 504.309, 504.310(b),
  504.311, 504.312, 504.313, 504.3135, 504.314, 504.315, 504.316,
  504.3161, 504.318, 504.319, 504.320, 504.323, [as added by Chapter
  1085 (H.B. 3567), Acts of the 85th Legislature, Regular Session,
  2017,] or 504.325.
         SECTION 20.005.  Section 504.3161, Transportation Code, as
  amended by Chapters 651 (S.B. 1806) and 746 (H.B. 819), Acts of the
  86th Legislature, Regular Session, 2019, is reenacted and amended
  to read as follows:
         Sec. 504.3161.  MILITARY SPECIALTY LICENSE PLATES FOR
  RECIPIENTS OF CERTAIN MILITARY CAMPAIGN AND SERVICE AWARDS. The
  department shall issue specialty license plates for recipients of
  the following military awards that include the name of the award:
               (1)  the Armed Forces Expeditionary Medal;
               (2)  the Armed Forces Service Medal;
               (3)  the Navy Expeditionary Medal;
               (4)  the Global War on Terrorism Expeditionary Medal;
               (5)  the Global War on Terrorism Service Medal;
               (6)  the Marine Corps Expeditionary Medal;
               (7)  the Merchant Marine Expeditionary Medal;
               (8)  the Kosovo Campaign Medal;
               (9)  the Inherent Resolve Campaign Medal; [and]
               (10)  the China Service Medal; and
               (11) [(10)]  the Nuclear Deterrence Operations Service
  Medal.
         SECTION 20.006.  Section 542.304(a), Transportation Code,
  as added by Chapter 1094 (H.B. 2048), Acts of the 86th Legislature,
  Regular Session, 2019, is amended to conform to Section 4.40,
  Chapter 1352 (S.B. 346), Acts of the 86th Legislature, Regular
  Session, 2019, to read as follows:
         (a)  The department by rule shall designate the offenses
  involving the operation of a motor vehicle that constitute a moving
  violation of the traffic law for the purposes of:
               (1)  [Article 102.022(a), Code of Criminal Procedure;
               [(2)]  Section 1001.112(a-2), Education Code;
               (2) [(3)]  Section 411.110(f), Government Code; and
               (3) [(4)]  Sections 773.0614(b) and 773.06141(a),
  Health and Safety Code.
         SECTION 20.007.  Section 551.107(a), Transportation Code,
  is amended to conform to Chapter 1233 (H.B. 1548), Acts of the 86th
  Legislature, Regular Session, 2019, to read as follows:
         (a)  Subtitles A, B, and D and Chapter 551A [663] do not apply
  to the operation of an electric bicycle.
         SECTION 20.008.  Section 551A.001, Transportation Code, as
  transferred and redesignated from Section 663.001, Transportation
  Code, by Chapter 1233 (H.B. 1548), Acts of the 86th Legislature,
  Regular Session, 2019, and amended by Chapters 595 (S.B. 616) and
  1079 (H.B. 1755), Acts of the 86th Legislature, Regular Session,
  2019, is reenacted and amended to read as follows:
         Sec. 551A.001.  DEFINITIONS. In this chapter:
               (1)  "All-terrain vehicle" means a motor vehicle that
  is:
                     (A)  equipped with a seat or seats for the use of:
                           (i)  the rider; and
                           (ii)  a passenger, if the motor vehicle is
  designed by the manufacturer to transport a passenger;
                     (B)  designed to propel itself with three or more
  tires in contact with the ground;
                     (C)  designed by the manufacturer for off-highway
  use;
                     (D)  not designed by the manufacturer primarily
  for farming or lawn care; and
                     (E)  not more than 50 inches wide.
               (1-b)  "Commission" means the Texas Commission of
  Licensing and Regulation.
               (1-c)  "Department" means the Texas Department of
  Licensing and Regulation.
               (1-d) [(3)]  "Off-highway vehicle" means:
                     (A)  an all-terrain vehicle[,] or recreational
  off-highway vehicle;
                     (B)  a sand rail; or
                     (C)  a utility vehicle.
               (2)  "Beach" means a beach area, publicly or privately
  owned, that borders the seaward shore of the Gulf of Mexico.
               (3)  "Sand rail" means a vehicle, as defined by Section
  502.001, that:
                     (A)  is designed or built primarily for
  off-highway use in sandy terrains, including for use on sand dunes;
                     (B)  has a tubular frame, an integrated roll cage,
  and an engine that is rear-mounted or placed midway between the
  front and rear axles of the vehicle; and
                     (C)  has a gross vehicle weight, as defined by
  Section 541.401, of:
                           (i)  not less than 700 pounds; and
                           (ii)  not more than 2,000 pounds.
               (4)  "Public off-highway vehicle land" means land on
  which off-highway recreation is authorized under Chapter 29, Parks
  and Wildlife Code.
               (5)  "Recreational off-highway vehicle" means a motor
  vehicle that is:
                     (A)  equipped with a seat or seats for the use of:
                           (i)  the rider; and
                           (ii)  a passenger or passengers, if the
  vehicle is designed by the manufacturer to transport a passenger or
  passengers;
                     (B)  designed to propel itself with four or more
  tires in contact with the ground;
                     (C)  designed by the manufacturer for off-highway
  use by the operator only; and
                     (D)  not designed by the manufacturer primarily
  for farming or lawn care.
               (6)  "Utility vehicle" means a motor vehicle that is
  not a golf cart, as defined by Section 551.401, or lawn mower and
  is:
                     (A)  equipped with side-by-side seating for the
  use of the operator and a passenger;
                     (B)  designed to propel itself with at least four
  tires in contact with the ground;
                     (C)  designed by the manufacturer for off-highway
  use only; and
                     (D)  designed by the manufacturer primarily for
  utility work and not for recreational purposes.
         SECTION 20.009.  Section 644.101(b), Transportation Code,
  as reenacted and amended by Chapters 102 (S.B. 636), 163 (H.B. 695),
  169 (H.B. 917), and 467 (H.B. 4170), Acts of the 86th Legislature,
  Regular Session, 2019, is reenacted and amended to read as follows:
         (b)  A police officer of any of the following municipalities
  is eligible to apply for certification under this section:
               (1)  a municipality with a population of 50,000 or
  more;
               (2)  a municipality with a population of 25,000 or more
  any part of which is located in a county with a population of
  500,000 or more;
               (3)  a municipality with a population of less than
  25,000:
                     (A)  any part of which is located in a county with
  a population of 3.3 million; and
                     (B)  that contains or is adjacent to an
  international port;
               (4)  a municipality with a population of at least
  34,000 that is located in a county that borders two or more states;
               (5)  a municipality any part of which is located in a
  county bordering the United Mexican States;
               (6)  a municipality with a population of less than
  5,000 that is located:
                     (A)  adjacent to a bay connected to the Gulf of
  Mexico; and
                     (B)  in a county adjacent to a county with a
  population greater than 3.3 million;
               (7)  a municipality that is located:
                     (A)  within 25 miles of an international port; and
                     (B)  in a county that does not contain a highway
  that is part of the national system of interstate and defense
  highways and is adjacent to a county with a population greater than
  3.3 million;
               (8)  a municipality with a population of less than
  8,500 that:
                     (A)  is the county seat; and
                     (B)  contains a highway that is part of the
  national system of interstate and defense highways;
               (9)  a municipality located in a county with a
  population between 60,000 and 66,000 adjacent to a bay connected to
  the Gulf of Mexico;
               (10)  a municipality with a population of more than
  40,000 and less than 50,000 that is located in a county with a
  population of more than 285,000 and less than 300,000 that borders
  the Gulf of Mexico;
               (11)  a municipality with a population between 18,000
  and 18,500 that is located entirely in a county that:
                     (A)  has a population of less than 200,000;
                     (B)  is adjacent to two counties that each have a
  population of more than 1.2 million; and
                     (C)  contains two highways that are part of the
  national system of interstate and defense highways; [or]
               (12)  a municipality with a population of more than
  3,000 and less than 10,000 that:
                     (A)  contains a highway that is part of the
  national system of interstate and defense highways; and
                     (B)  is located in a county with a population
  between 150,000 and 155,000; [or]
               (13)  a municipality with a population of less than
  75,000 that is located in three counties, at least one of which has
  a population greater than 3.3 million;
               (14) [(13)]  a municipality with a population between
  14,000 and 17,000 that:
                     (A)  contains three or more numbered United States
  highways; and
                     (B)  is located in a county that is adjacent to a
  county with a population of more than 200,000; or
               (15) [(13)]  a municipality with a population of less
  than 50,000 that is located in:
                     (A)  a county that generated $20 million or more
  in tax revenue collected under Chapters 201 and 202, Tax Code, from
  oil and gas production during the preceding state fiscal year; or
                     (B)  a county that is adjacent to two or more
  counties described by Paragraph (A).
         SECTION 20.010.  Section 644.101(c), Transportation Code,
  as amended by Chapters 169 (H.B. 917) and 478 (H.B. 511), Acts of
  the 86th Legislature, Regular Session, 2019, is reenacted and
  amended to read as follows:
         (c)  A sheriff or a deputy sheriff of any of the following
  counties is eligible to apply for certification under this section:
               (1)  a county bordering the United Mexican States;
               (2)  a county with a population of less than 1,000, part
  of which is located within 75 miles of an international border; [or]
               (3) [(2)]  a county with a population of 700,000 or
  more; or
               (4) [(3)]  a county with a population of 400,000 or
  more that borders the county in which the State Capitol is located.
         SECTION 20.011.  Section 731.001(b), Transportation Code,
  is amended to conform to Chapter 1233 (H.B. 1548), Acts of the 86th
  Legislature, Regular Session, 2019, to read as follows:
         (b)  For purposes of Subsection (a)(4), the term "assembled
  vehicle" does not include a golf cart, as defined by Section
  551.401, or an off-highway vehicle, as defined by Section 551A.001 
  [663.001], regardless of whether the vehicle is built or assembled
  by a hobbyist.
  ARTICLE 21.  REDESIGNATIONS
         SECTION 21.001.  The following provisions of enacted codes
  are redesignated to eliminate duplicate citations or to relocate
  misplaced provisions:
               (1)  Section 14.07, Alcoholic Beverage Code, as added
  by Chapter 1359 (H.B. 1545), Acts of the 86th Legislature, Regular
  Session, 2019, is redesignated as Section 14.071, Alcoholic
  Beverage Code.
               (2)  Section 25.15, Alcoholic Beverage Code, as added
  by Chapter 1359 (H.B. 1545), Acts of the 86th Legislature, Regular
  Session, 2019, is redesignated as Section 25.16, Alcoholic Beverage
  Code.
               (3)  Chapter 57, Alcoholic Beverage Code, as added by
  Section 2(b), Chapter 1161 (H.B. 3222), Acts of the 86th
  Legislature, Regular Session, 2019, is redesignated as Chapter 58,
  Alcoholic Beverage Code, and Sections 57.001, 57.002, 57.003,
  57.004, and 57.005, Alcoholic Beverage Code, as added by Section
  2(b) of that Act, are redesignated as Sections 58.001, 58.002,
  58.003, 58.004, and 58.005, Alcoholic Beverage Code, respectively.
               (4)  Section 14, Article 42.01, Code of Criminal
  Procedure, as added by Chapter 641 (S.B. 1570), Acts of the 86th
  Legislature, Regular Session, 2019, is redesignated as Section 15,
  Article 42.01, Code of Criminal Procedure.
               (5)  Article 42A.515, Code of Criminal Procedure, as
  added by Chapter 290 (H.B. 2502), Acts of the 86th Legislature,
  Regular Session, 2019, is redesignated as Article 42A.516, Code of
  Criminal Procedure.
               (6)  Subsection (l), Section 28.006, Education Code, as
  added by Chapter 450 (S.B. 2075), Acts of the 86th Legislature,
  Regular Session, 2019, is redesignated as Subsection (m), Section
  28.006, Education Code.
               (7)  Subsection (g), Section 29.153, Education Code, as
  added by Chapter 443 (S.B. 1679), Acts of the 86th Legislature,
  Regular Session, 2019, is redesignated as Subsection (e-1), Section
  29.153, Education Code.
               (8)  Section 38.033, Education Code, as added by
  Chapter 1042 (H.B. 706), Acts of the 86th Legislature, Regular
  Session, 2019, is redesignated as Section 38.034, Education Code.
               (9)  Subchapter F, Chapter 38, Education Code, as added
  by Chapter 1278 (H.B. 906), Acts of the 86th Legislature, Regular
  Session, 2019, is redesignated as Subchapter F-1, Chapter 38,
  Education Code.
               (10)  Subsection (c-7), Section 39.023, Education
  Code, as added by Chapter 1282 (H.B. 1244), Acts of the 86th
  Legislature, Regular Session, 2019, is redesignated as Subsection
  (c-9), Section 39.023, Education Code.
               (11)  Section 51.609, Government Code, as added by
  Chapter 121 (H.B. 435), Acts of the 86th Legislature, Regular
  Session, 2019, is redesignated as Section 51.610, Government Code.
               (12)  Section 72.034, Government Code, as added by
  Chapter 743 (H.B. 770), Acts of the 86th Legislature, Regular
  Session, 2019, is redesignated as Section 72.035, Government Code.
               (13)  Section 301.033, Government Code, as
  transferred, redesignated, and amended by Chapter 1250 (H.B. 4181),
  Acts of the 86th Legislature, Regular Session, 2019, is
  redesignated as Section 301.034, Government Code.
               (14)  Subchapter Q, Chapter 411, Government Code, as
  added by Chapter 220 (H.B. 833), Acts of the 86th Legislature,
  Regular Session, 2019, is redesignated as Subchapter P-1,
  Government Code, and Sections 411.461, 411.462, 411.463, 411.464,
  411.465, 411.466, 411.467, 411.468, 411.469, 411.470, and 411.471,
  Government Code, as added by that Act, are redesignated as Sections
  411.4501, 411.4502, 411.4503, 411.4504, 411.4505, 411.4506,
  411.4507, 411.4508, 411.4509, 411.4510, and 411.4511, Government
  Code, respectively.
               (15)  Subchapter Q, Chapter 411, Government Code, as
  added by Chapter 595 (S.B. 616), Acts of the 86th Legislature,
  Regular Session, 2019, is redesignated as Subchapter Q-1, Chapter
  411, Government Code.
               (16)  Section 418.054, Government Code, as added by
  Chapter 945 (H.B. 7), Acts of the 86th Legislature, Regular
  Session, 2019, is redesignated as Section 418.0544, Government
  Code.
               (17)  Section 418.054, Government Code, as added by
  Chapter 1065 (H.B. 1307), Acts of the 86th Legislature, Regular
  Session, 2019, is redesignated as Section 418.0545, Government
  Code.
               (18)  Sections 418.054 and 418.055, Government Code, as
  added by Chapter 703 (H.B. 5), Acts of the 86th Legislature, Regular
  Session, 2019, are redesignated as Sections 418.0542 and 418.0543,
  Government Code, respectively.
               (19)  Sections 418.054 and 418.055, Government Code, as
  added by Chapter 614 (S.B. 982), Acts of the 86th Legislature,
  Regular Session, 2019, are redesignated as Sections 418.0546 and
  418.0547, Government Code, respectively.
               (20)  Sections 418.054 and 418.055, Government Code, as
  added by Chapter 285 (H.B. 2320), Acts of the 86th Legislature,
  Regular Session, 2019, are redesignated as Sections 418.0548 and
  418.0549, Government Code, respectively.
               (21)  Sections 418.054 and 418.055, Government Code, as
  added by Chapter 1116 (H.B. 2325), Acts of the 86th Legislature,
  Regular Session, 2019, are redesignated as Sections 418.0554 and
  418.0555, Government Code, respectively.
               (22)  Sections 418.054 and 418.056, Government Code, as
  added by Chapter 602 (S.B. 799), Acts of the 86th Legislature,
  Regular Session, 2019, are redesignated as Sections 418.0552 and
  418.0553, Government Code, respectively.
               (23)  Section 418.055, Government Code, as added by
  Chapter 946 (S.B. 6), Acts of the 86th Legislature, Regular
  Session, 2019, is redesignated as Section 418.0541, Government
  Code.
               (24)  Section 418.056, Government Code, as added by
  Chapter 286 (H.B. 2340), Acts of the 86th Legislature, Regular
  Session, 2019, is redesignated as Section 418.0551, Government
  Code.
               (25)  Section 418.127, Government Code, as added by
  Chapter 1116 (H.B. 2325), Acts of the 86th Legislature, Regular
  Session, 2019, is redesignated as Section 418.125, Government Code.
               (26)  Subchapter F-1, Chapter 418, Government Code, as
  added by Chapter 614 (S.B. 982), Acts of the 86th Legislature,
  Regular Session, 2019, is redesignated as Subchapter F-2, Chapter
  418, Government Code, and Sections 418.131, 418.132, and 418.133,
  Government Code, as added by that Act, are redesignated as Sections
  418.141, 418.142, and 418.143, Government Code, respectively.
               (27)  Section 418.193, Government Code, as added by
  Chapter 70 (S.B. 416), Acts of the 86th Legislature, Regular
  Session, 2019, is redesignated as Section 418.195, Government Code.
               (28)  Section 420.035, Government Code, as added by
  Chapter 297 (H.B. 3106), Acts of the 86th Legislature, Regular
  Session, 2019, is redesignated as Section 420.036, Government Code.
               (29)  Chapter 424, Government Code, as added by Chapter
  863 (H.B. 2945), Acts of the 86th Legislature, Regular Session,
  2019, is redesignated as Chapter 425, Government Code, and Sections
  424.001, 424.002, 424.003, 424.004, 424.005, 424.006, 424.007, and
  424.008, Government Code, as added by that Act, are redesignated as
  Sections 425.001, 425.002, 425.003, 425.004, 425.005, 425.006,
  425.007, and 425.008, Government Code, respectively.
               (30)  Section 493.032, Government Code, as added by
  Chapter 1163 (H.B. 3227), Acts of the 86th Legislature, Regular
  Session, 2019, is redesignated as Section 493.033, Government Code.
               (31)  Section 501.026, Government Code, as added by
  Chapter 1163 (H.B. 3227), Acts of the 86th Legislature, Regular
  Session, 2019, is redesignated as Section 501.027, Government Code.
               (32)  Section 511.0104, Government Code, as added by
  Chapter 891 (H.B. 3440), Acts of the 86th Legislature, Regular
  Session, 2019, is redesignated as Section 511.0106, Government
  Code.
               (33)  Subsections (f), (g), and (h), Section 533.00253,
  Government Code, as added by Chapter 1330 (H.B. 4533), Acts of the
  86th Legislature, Regular Session, 2019, are redesignated as
  Subsections (l), (l-1), and (l-2), Section 533.00253, Government
  Code, respectively.
               (34)  Subsection (g), Section 533.005, Government
  Code, as added by Chapter 981 (S.B. 1177), Acts of the 86th
  Legislature, Regular Session, 2019, is redesignated as Subsection
  (h), Section 533.005, Government Code.
               (35)  Subdivision (7), Section 552.003, Government
  Code, as added by Chapter 1216 (S.B. 943), Acts of the 86th
  Legislature, Regular Session, 2019, is redesignated as Subdivision
  (1-a), Section 552.003, Government Code.
               (36)  Section 552.159, Government Code, as added by
  Chapter 300 (H.B. 3913), Acts of the 86th Legislature, Regular
  Session, 2019, is redesignated as Section 552.161, Government Code.
               (37)  Section 552.159, Government Code, as added by
  Chapter 1340 (S.B. 944), Acts of the 86th Legislature, Regular
  Session, 2019, is redesignated as Section 552.162, Government Code.
               (38)  Section 552.233, Government Code, as added by
  Chapter 462 (S.B. 494), Acts of the 86th Legislature, Regular
  Session, 2019, is redesignated as Section 552.2325, Government
  Code.
               (39)  Section 662.071, Government Code, as added by
  Chapter 879 (H.B. 3084), Acts of the 86th Legislature, Regular
  Session, 2019, is redesignated as Section 662.072, Government Code.
               (40)  Section 662.071, Government Code, as added by
  Chapter 890 (H.B. 3435), Acts of the 86th Legislature, Regular
  Session, 2019, is redesignated as Section 662.073, Government Code.
               (41)  Section 662.071, Government Code, as added by
  Chapter 171 (H.B. 1064), Acts of the 86th Legislature, Regular
  Session, 2019, is redesignated as Section 662.074, Government Code.
               (42)  Section 662.071, Government Code, as added by
  Chapter 193 (H.B. 2298), Acts of the 86th Legislature, Regular
  Session, 2019, is redesignated as Section 662.075, Government Code.
               (43)  Section 662.071, Government Code, as added by
  Chapter 202 (H.B. 2597), Acts of the 86th Legislature, Regular
  Session, 2019, is redesignated as Section 662.076, Government Code.
               (44)  Section 662.071, Government Code, as added by
  Chapter 354 (H.B. 295), Acts of the 86th Legislature, Regular
  Session, 2019, is redesignated as Section 662.077, Government Code.
               (45)  Section 662.071, Government Code, as added by
  Chapter 421 (S.B. 430), Acts of the 86th Legislature, Regular
  Session, 2019, is redesignated as Section 662.078, Government Code.
               (46)  Section 662.112, Government Code, as added by
  Chapter 160 (H.B. 405), Acts of the 86th Legislature, Regular
  Session, 2019, is redesignated as Section 662.113, Government Code.