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

Rep. Molly White

District 55 (R-Belton)


New Laws

Bill Caption Date Effective
HB 2913 Relating to the creation and operations of health care provider participation programs in certain counties. Effective immediately
HB 825 Relating to procedures for identifying any Native American heritage of children in certain hearings in suits affecting the parent-child relationship. Effective on 9/1/15
HB 115 Relating to the criteria for awarding the Texas Purple Heart Medal to members of the armed forces wounded or killed at Fort Hood on November 5, 2009. Effective immediately

Other Legislation

Bill Caption Date of Last Action
HB 1648 Relating to voluntary and informed consent to an abortion and prevention of coerced abortions; providing penalties; creating an offense. 04/29/2015
HB 1654 Relating to public agreements or contracts related to United Nations Agenda 21. 03/09/2015
HB 2554 Relating to pedestrian use of a sidewalk. 04/29/2015
HB 2555 Relating to the definition of marriage in this state and the prohibition against the creation or recognition of a marriage between persons of the same sex or a civil union. 03/16/2015
HB 3041 Relating to posting certain fiscal analysis documents of counties and municipalities on the Internet. 04/15/2015
HR 1139 Recognizing March 12, 2015, as City of Belton Day at the State Capitol. 03/24/2015
HB 2556 Relating to the prosecution and punishment of certain outdoor burning violations. 05/12/2015
HB 3540 Relating to the groundwater rights of a landowner and the amount of groundwater production for which a groundwater conservation district may issue permits. 03/18/2015
HR 3156 Congratulating Fire Chief Francisco Corona on his retirement from the Belton Fire Department. 05/27/2015
HR 3363 Commending Colonel Robert Gosney of Bell County for his service to his country. 05/28/2015
HB 3026 Relating to the permitting of crematories under the Texas Clean Air Act. 05/06/2015
HR 2194 Welcoming the members of the Indigenous Nations and the Indigenous Cultures Institute on the occasion of their visit to the Capitol. 04/22/2015
HB 2553 Relating to a private business owner's right to choose whether to provide goods or services. 03/16/2015
HB 3698 Relating to nonbinding dispute resolution proceedings conducted by religious organizations or authorities. 04/14/2015
HR 1546 Congratulating Ed Bandas on being named retail development coordinator of the City of Belton. 03/26/2015
HR 1547 Recognizing the participants, volunteers, civic leaders, and public servants who helped make The Army Marathon III a success. 03/26/2015
HR 1955 Honoring the Fraternal Alliance of Texas on the occasion of Join Hands Day, May 2, 2015. 04/17/2015
HR 2024 Honoring Nancy Boston for her civic and political engagement. 04/16/2015
HR 1843 Acknowledging regret for the trespasses of our predecessors against the Indigenous People, expressing respect for the cultures of the Indigenous People, honoring them for their stewardship and protection of this land, and committing to building an honest, constructive relationship and to forging a covenant with the Creator and all Indigenous People to work toward achieving the mutual goal of a society that advances opportunities for all citizens. 04/13/2015
HR 2226 Honoring Keifer Marshall of Temple for his service during World War II. 05/26/2015
HR 2224 In memory of Ouida Mae Edwards Dulany of Belton. 05/25/2015
HR 2496 Honoring the legal and research divisions of the Texas Legislative Council and expressing appreciation to the agency. 06/01/2015
HR 1171 Congratulating Eloise Smith Wilson of Bell County on her 90th birthday. 03/26/2015
HB 3447 Relating to the minimum standards applicable to an abortion facility. 03/18/2015
HB 4106 Relating to state savings and government efficiency achieved through a taxpayer savings grant program administered by the comptroller of public accounts. 03/23/2015
HB 1646 Relating to a program allowing certain military voters on active duty overseas to cast a ballot electronically. 05/04/2015
HB 1880 Relating to the applicability of adverse licensing, listing, or registration decisions by certain health and human services agencies. 05/12/2015

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