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

Rep. Dustin Burrows

District 83 (R-Lubbock)


New Laws

Bill Caption Date Effective
HB 1455 Relating to procedures required before certain condominium associations file a suit or initiate an arbitration proceeding for a defect or design claim. Effective on 9/1/15

Other Legislation

Bill Caption Date of Last Action
HB 4108 Relating to the authority of a school district peace officer commissioned by certain school districts located in certain counties to issue citations to a child for certain Class C misdemeanor offenses committed on school property. 03/24/2015
HB 1848 Relating to the perfection and priority of an agricultural lien on an agricultural crop. 04/22/2015
HB 1817 Relating to the application of the professional prosecutors law to the district attorney for the 132nd Judicial District. 03/12/2015
HB 1815 Relating to a prohibition of school district retaliation against a teacher for permissible teaching about the Bible. 03/12/2015
HB 1816 Relating to the training requirements for renewal of a private pesticide applicator license. 04/22/2015
HB 3758 Relating to the assessment and disposition of charges for registering a motor vehicle that has been operated while improperly registered. 03/23/2015
HB 4098 Relating to bond elections for the Lynn County Hospital District. 05/11/2015
HB 4002 Relating to an interim study regarding international price discrimination in pharmaceuticals. 04/27/2015
HB 3757 Relating to the prohibited disposition of a decedent's remains by a person charged with certain criminal conduct against the decedent; providing an administrative penalty. 03/23/2015
HR 1956 Congratulating the Texas Tech University baseball team on its successful 2014 season. 05/04/2015
HR 3023 Congratulating Nina Lee Green Sinclair of Lubbock on the occasion of her 90th birthday. 06/01/2015
HB 4071 Relating to certain body cavity searches conducted by a peace officer. 05/14/2015
HR 401 Recognizing February 24, 2015, as Lubbock Day at the State Capitol. 02/20/2015
HB 238 Relating to the first day of instruction in certain school districts. 02/10/2015
HR 574 Recognizing March 4, 2015, as Texas Tech University System Day at the State Capitol. 03/05/2015
HB 2199 Relating to the amount of a sales and use tax refund for tangible personal property used to provide cable television service, Internet access service, or telecommunications services. 05/13/2015
HB 85 Relating to a sales and use tax exemption for telecommunications services used for the navigation of certain farm and ranch machinery and equipment. 05/15/2015
HB 1435 Relating to health plan and health benefit plan coverage for abortions. 03/19/2015

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