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

Rep. John Frullo

District 84 (R-Lubbock)


New Laws

Bill Caption Date Effective
HB 3028 Relating to regulation of certain conduct by discount health care program operators, or concerning discount health care programs, that relates to prescription drugs or prescription drug benefits; authorizing administrative and civil penalties. Effective on 9/1/15
HB 1535 Relating to rates of and certificates of convenience and necessity for certain non-ERCOT electric utilities; authorizing a surcharge. Effective immediately
HB 1793 Relating to reports of certain missing children and to the administration of missing or exploited children prevention grants. Effective on 9/1/15
HB 905 Relating to the regulation of knives by a municipality or county. Effective on 9/1/15
HB 2145 Relating to provisional authority for certain individual insurance license applicants to act as insurance agents; authorizing a fee; requiring an occupational provisional permit; adding provisions that may be subject to a criminal penalty. Effective on 9/1/15
HB 168 Relating to privileged parking for Distinguished Flying Cross medal recipients. Effective on 9/1/15
HB 2291 Relating to the payment of restitution to certain individuals depicted in child pornography and to increasing the punishment for certain individuals convicted of the offense of possession or promotion of child pornography. Effective on 9/1/15
HB 2290 Relating to designating January as Human Trafficking Prevention Month. Effective on 9/1/15
HB 188 Relating to the composition, duties, and continuation of the human trafficking prevention task force. Effective immediately
HB 3823 Relating to rate-setting and data collection processes under the program of all-inclusive care for the elderly. Effective immediately
HB 2813 Relating to health benefit plan coverage for ovarian cancer screening. Effective on 9/1/15
HB 1447 Relating to protective orders for certain victims of sexual assault or abuse, stalking, or trafficking. Effective on 9/1/15

Other Legislation

Bill Caption Date of Last Action
HR 247 Congratulating Janeen Drew Holmes Gilliam on her retirement from the Lubbock Symphony Orchestra. 02/25/2015
HR 311 Congratulating Logan Antcliff of Lubbock on attaining the rank of Eagle Scout. 03/01/2015
HR 3238 Honoring Glenna Burns of Lubbock for her contributions as an educator and community volunteer. 06/01/2015
HR 3237 Honoring Dr. Mike Bennett of All Saints Episcopal School in Lubbock for 50 years of service in education. 06/01/2015
HR 315 Congratulating Stephen Beasley on his retirement as publisher of the Lubbock Avalanche-Journal. 02/26/2015
HR 314 Congratulating John Paul Walter of Lubbock on attaining the rank of Eagle Scout. 02/26/2015
HR 313 Congratulating Marcos Xavier Palacios on attaining the rank of Eagle Scout. 02/26/2015
HB 989 Relating to defenses and exceptions to the prosecution of the criminal offense of the possession, manufacture, transport, repair, or sale of certain prohibited explosive weapons, firearms, and related items. 05/08/2015
HR 312 Congratulating John Thomas Thrash of Lubbock on attaining the rank of Eagle Scout. 03/01/2015
HB 3708 Relating to the use of the results of assessment instruments administered to public school students transferring from out-of-state schools. 03/19/2015
HR 310 Congratulating Paul Joseph Scioli Jr. of Lubbock on attaining the rank of Eagle Scout. 03/02/2015
HR 401 Recognizing February 24, 2015, as Lubbock Day at the State Capitol. 02/20/2015
HR 575 Recognizing the Colorectal Cancer Prevention and Awareness Campaign sponsored by the Lubbock and South Plains Colon Cancer Prevention Task Force. 03/17/2015
HR 574 Recognizing March 4, 2015, as Texas Tech University System Day at the State Capitol. 03/05/2015
HB 750 Relating to a landowner's liability for certain aviation activities on or above the owner's land. 05/04/2015
HB 2317 Relating to reinsurance financial statement credit and accounting. 05/07/2015
HB 2893 Relating to the licensing of insurance agents and adjusters; providing a penalty. 05/14/2015
HB 3102 Relating to the disclosure by health care practitioners and facilities of patient liability for payment for certain health care services. 04/08/2015
HB 3238 Relating to the regulation of funding agreements, guaranteed investment contracts, and synthetic guaranteed investment contracts issued by a life insurer. 05/19/2015
HB 3237 Relating to the authority of certain domestic life, health, and accident insurance companies to make certain investments; adding provisions that may be subject to a criminal penalty. 05/20/2015
HB 3980 Relating to requiring a coverage summary or other informational material to accompany certain insurance policies; adding a provision that may be subject to a criminal penalty. 05/11/2015
HB 4024 Relating to the application of the open meetings and public information laws to the Texas Mutual Insurance Company. 03/23/2015
HB 2967 Relating to collection and use of certain information reported to and by the Texas Department of Insurance and certain approval authority and hearings held in connection with reported information. 05/05/2015
HB 1458 Relating to the sales and use tax exemption for the repair, remodeling, or maintenance of aircraft. 05/20/2015
HB 946 Relating to painting and marking requirements for certain meteorological evaluation towers; creating an offense. 05/05/2015
HR 1579 Congratulating the Texas Children's Hospital surgical team on the successful separation of conjoined twins. 04/20/2015
HR 1956 Congratulating the Texas Tech University baseball team on its successful 2014 season. 05/04/2015
HR 183 Commemorating the 100th anniversary of certified public accountancy as a licensed profession in Texas. 01/28/2015
HB 861 Relating to the prosecution of the offense of online solicitation of a minor. 05/04/2015

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