|Suspending Senate Rule 2.02 to grant floor privileges to the former lieutenant governors, former senate members, and the former secretary of the senate during the Former Members Day recognition ceremony.
|Relating to dedicating certain state revenue to the purpose of retiring state general obligation debt.
|Proposing a constitutional amendment relating to appropriations for the preservation and perpetuation of certain items of historical value; allowing the legislature and state agencies to accept on behalf of the state gifts of items of historical value and contributions to purchase such items.
|Relating to the creation, purpose, implementation, and funding of the County Park Beautification and Improvement Program.
|Proposing a constitutional amendment requiring certain tax bills to be approved by two-thirds of all the members elected to each house of the legislature.
|Relating to the creation of an optional consumer-directed health plan for certain individuals eligible to participate in the group benefits program provided under the Texas Employees Group Benefits Act and their qualified dependents.
|Relating to zero-based budgeting for state agencies as part of the sunset review process.
|Relating to an exemption for certain tangible personal property related to medical data centers from the sales and use tax.
|Relating to the regulation of package store permit holders.
|Relating to state funding for certain children to attend certain private prekindergarten programs.
|Relating to the ownership or operation of a motor vehicle dealership by certain manufacturers or distributors.
|Relating to public school choice, including school campus information, student transfers, the public education grant program, and the transportation allotment.
|Relating to local control school districts.
|Relating to the effect of certain agreements with a collective bargaining organization on certain state-funded public work contracts.
|Recognizing the National Association of Chemical Distributors.
|Suspending limitations on conference committee jurisdiction, H.B. 1295.
|Commending Sharon Scarborough for her service to the Texas Senate and congratulating her for earning a 2015 Betty King Public Service Award.
|Commending Elizabeth "Bitsy" Rice for her service to the Texas Senate and congratulating her for earning a 2015 Betty King Public Service Award.
|Recognizing staff members of the Legislative Reference Library for their service.
|Relating to the preservation of the present definition of marriage.
|Relating to the temporary exemption of certain tangible personal property related to large data center projects from the sales and use tax.
|Recognizing February 25, 2015, as City of Irving Day.
|Relating to the authority of a political subdivision to issue debt to purchase or lease tangible personal property.
|Relating to the requirement a protest or appeal based upon inequality of appraisal be determined by the application of generally accepted appraisal methods and techniques.
|Relating to the frequency with which the Board of Pardons and Paroles considers the eligibility of certain inmates for release on parole.
|Relating to legal representation for certain emergency services districts.
|Commemorating Texas Independence Day 2015.
|Relating to the payment of certain ad valorem tax refunds.
|Relating to the decertification of a certified capital company.
|Relating to the provision of direct primary care.
|Proposing a constitutional amendment concerning the limitation on the rate of growth in appropriations.
|Relating to insurance agents' ownership and use of certain information related to general property and casualty insurance policies; authorizing administrative penalties; adding provisions that may be subject to a criminal penalty.
|Relating to advance directives and health care and treatment decisions.
|Relating to the eligibility of property used for large data center projects for ad valorem tax benefits under the Texas Economic Development Act.
|Relating to participation in certain programs by, and insurer premium tax credits for investments in, certified capital companies.
|Relating to suits brought by local governments for violations of certain laws under the jurisdiction of, or rules adopted or orders or permits issued by, the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality; affecting civil penalties.
|Relating to the establishment and governance of certain regional transportation authorities.
|Expressing opposition to EPA-proposed guidelines regarding carbon dioxide emissions from existing fossil fuel-fired power plants under Section 111(d) of the Clean Air Act.
|Relating to state funding for certain children to attend certain private school.
|Celebrating March 30, 2015, as Baylor Day.
|Recognizing February 25 and 26, 2015, as Tarrant County Days.
|Recognizing the opening of the Texas Public Policy Foundation's new headquarters.
|Recognizing April 23, 2015, as Texas Young Republican Federation and Texas Federation of College Republicans Legislative Day.
|Recognizing Young Conservatives of Texas on the occasion of its 35th anniversary.
|Recognizing April 8, 2015, as Texas Home School Day.
|Proposing a constitutional amendment increasing the amount of the residence homestead exemption from ad valorem taxation for public school purposes and providing for a reduction of the limitation on the total amount of ad valorem taxes that may be imposed for those purposes on the homestead of an elderly or disabled person to reflect the increased exemption amount, authorizing the legislature to prohibit a political subdivision that has adopted an optional residence homestead exemption from ad valorem taxation from reducing the amount of or repealing the exemption, and prohibiting the enactment of a law that imposes a transfer tax on a transaction that conveys fee simple title to real property.
|Relating to the computation of and to decreasing the rates of the franchise tax.
|Relating to the total revenue exemption for the franchise tax.
|Extending condolences to the families of the missing students from Ayotzinapa, Guerrero, Mexico.