The 84th legislative session ended on June 1, 2015. See the bills that have become law.

Bill stages


March 13, 2015

Approved by House

May 12, 2015

Approved by Senate

Became law


Senate committee

House committee

Bill categories

Last action

Referred to Health & Human Services May 13, 2015


Action Date Acting Chamber
Referred to Health & Human Services 05/13/2015 Texas Senate
Read first time 05/13/2015 Texas Senate
Received from the House 05/13/2015 Texas Senate
Reported engrossed 05/13/2015 Texas House
Statement(s) of vote recorded in Journal 05/12/2015 Texas House
Record vote 05/12/2015 Texas House
Passed 05/12/2015 Texas House
Read 3rd time 05/12/2015 Texas House
Nonrecord vote recorded in Journal 05/12/2015 Texas House
Passed to engrossment 05/12/2015 Texas House
Statement of Leg. Intent Recorded in Journal 05/12/2015 Texas House
Read 2nd time 05/12/2015 Texas House
Placed on Local, Consent, and Res. Calendar 05/12/2015 Texas House
Considered in Local & Consent Calendars 05/08/2015 Texas House
Comm. report sent to Local & Consent Calendar 05/05/2015 Texas House
Committee report distributed 05/05/2015 Texas House
Comte report filed with Committee Coordinator 05/04/2015 Texas House
Reported favorably as substituted 04/30/2015 Texas House
Recommended to be sent to Local & Consent 04/30/2015 Texas House
Considered in formal meeting 04/30/2015 Texas House
Committee substitute considered in committee 04/30/2015 Texas House
Left pending in committee 04/28/2015 Texas House
Testimony taken/registration(s) recorded in committee 04/28/2015 Texas House
Considered in public hearing 04/28/2015 Texas House
Referred to Public Health 03/19/2015 Texas House
Read first time 03/19/2015 Texas House
Filed 03/13/2015 Texas House

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