HOUSE JOURNAL


EIGHTY-SEVENTH LEGISLATURE, REGULAR SESSION


PROCEEDINGS


SIXTY-FIRST DAY --- MONDAY, MAY 31, 2021

The house met at 10:46 a.m. and was called to order by the speaker.

The roll of the house was called and a quorum was announced present (Record 1796).

Present — Mr. Speaker(C); Allen; Allison; Anderson; Ashby; Bailes; Beckley; Bell, C.; Bell, K.; Biedermann; Bonnen; Bowers; Buckley; Bucy; Burns; Burrows; Button; Cain; Campos; Capriglione; Cason; Clardy; Cole; Collier; Cook; Cortez; Craddick; Cyrier; Darby; Davis; Dean; Dominguez; Dutton; Ellzey; Fierro; Frank; Frullo; Gates; Geren; Gervin-Hawkins; Goldman; González, J.; Guerra; Guillen; Harless; Harris; Hefner; Hernandez; Herrero; Hinojosa; Holland; Howard; Huberty; Hull; Hunter; Israel; Jetton; Johnson, J.E.; Kacal; King, K.; King, P.; King, T.; Klick; Krause; Kuempel; Lambert; Landgraf; Larson; Leach; Leman; Lopez; Lozano; Lucio; Martinez; Martinez Fischer; Metcalf; Meyer; Meza; Middleton; Morales, C.; Morales, E.; Morrison; Muñoz; Murphy; Murr; Noble; Oliverson; Ortega; Pacheco; Paddie; Parker; Patterson; Paul; Perez; Price; Raney; Raymond; Reynolds; Rogers; Rosenthal; Sanford; Schaefer; Schofield; Shaheen; Shine; Slaton; Slawson; Smith; Smithee; Spiller; Stephenson; Stucky; Swanson; Thompson, E.; Thompson, S.; Tinderholt; Toth; Turner, C.; Turner, J.; VanDeaver; Vasut; Vo; Walle; Wilson; Wu.

Absent, Excused — Coleman.

Absent — Anchia; Bernal; Canales; Crockett; Deshotel; González, M.; Goodwin; Johnson, A.; Johnson, J.D.; Longoria; Minjarez; Moody; Morales Shaw; Neave; Ordaz Perez; Ramos; Rodriguez; Romero; Rose; Sherman; Talarico; Thierry; White; Zwiener.

(White now present)

The invocation was offered by Representative Metcalf as follows:

Dear heavenly Father, thank you bestowing your divine mercies over this body during the last 140 days. Thank you for the blessings of health and safety as we gather to represent your people, who live in the greatest state in the nation, in the greatest nation in the world. It is you who has guided us in making decisions on behalf of nearly 30 million Texans for the betterment of our state. We thank you for our staff and all the legislative support staff, who are some of the hardest-working people in this state. They are the public servants behind the scenes who make all of our success happen.
We pray today for our colleague, Representative Shine, as he undergoes a medical procedure. Thank you for the outstanding leadership of our speaker, who has guided this body through a challenging session, and maintained an atmosphere of open debate, so that each of our districts were represented freely.
And most importantly, thank you for watching over and protecting our families while we have been away. Thank you for comforting them and us. We pray that you continue to watch over this body as we depart the people's house and return to our loved ones this week. While we are home in our communities with our families, help us to remember that it is you who is in control of all things. It is you who knows what tomorrow holds. It is you—and only you—who can restore peace in our nation and our world. We love you, we praise you, and we thank you for all these things. In Jesus' name we pray. Amen.

The chair recognized Representative T. King who led the house in the pledges of allegiance to the United States and Texas flags.

REMARKS ORDERED PRINTED

Representative Tinderholt moved to print his parliamentary inquiry on May 30.

The motion prevailed.

(Goodwin now present)

MESSAGE FROM THE SENATE

A message from the senate was received at this time (see the addendum to the daily journal, Messages from the Senate, Message No. 1).

(Ramos and Thierry now present)

MESSAGE FROM THE GOVERNOR
OF THE STATE OF TEXAS

The chair laid before the house and had read the following special message by the governor:

TO THE MEMBERS OF THE SENATE AND HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES OF THE EIGHTY-SEVENTH TEXAS LEGISLATURE, REGULAR SESSION:

Article IV, Section 14, of the Texas Constitution grants the governor the power to approve or disapprove legislation passed by both chambers of the legislature. Nothing in that section or the remainder of the Constitution anticipates or describes a process for returning a bill to the legislature once it has been delivered to the governor for review (Teem v. State, 79 Tex. Crim. 285, 183 S.W. 1144, 1151 (1916)).

HB 1322 by Shaheen was passed by the Eighty-Seventh Texas Legislature, Regular Session, and properly transmitted to me on Thursday, May 20, 2021. The legislature has now passed and properly transmitted HCR 113 by Shaheen to me requesting that I return HB 1322 to the legislature.

In this instance, I have taken no formal action on HB 1322 and I am consenting to the request of the legislature. While I am under no obligation to comply with this request, pursuant to established practice and previous case law, I hereby return the enrolled copy of HB 1322 along with this message to the house of representatives for further consideration of technical corrections.

Respectfully submitted,

Greg Abbott
Governor
Austin, Texas
May 30, 2021

(Deshotel, A. Johnson, and Romero now present)

BILLS AND RESOLUTIONS SIGNED BY THE SPEAKER

Notice was given at this time that the speaker had signed bills and resolutions in the presence of the house (see the addendum to the daily journal, Signed by the Speaker, House List Nos. 34, 35, and 37).

(Crockett, Moody, Morales Shaw, Rodriguez, and Rose now present)

RESOLUTIONS REFERRED TO COMMITTEES

Resolutions were at this time laid before the house and referred to committees. (See the addendum to the daily journal, Referred to Committees, List No. 1.)

MOTION IN WRITING
RULES SUSPENDED

Representative Guillen offered the following motion in writing:

Mr. Speaker:

I move to suspend all necessary rules to allow the chair of the Resolutions Calendars Committee to prepare and distribute a Suspension Congratulatory and Memorial Resolutions Calendar to be considered later today at a time to be determined by the speaker.
Guillen

The motion was read and prevailed.

HCR 114 - ADOPTED
(by Shaheen)

The following privileged resolution was laid before the house:

HCR 114

WHEREAS, HB 1322 has been adopted by the house of representatives and the senate and is being prepared for enrollment; and
WHEREAS, The bill contains a technical error that should be corrected; now, therefore, be it
RESOLVED by the 87th Legislature of the State of Texas, That the enrolling clerk of the house of representatives be instructed to make the following correction to the enrolled version of HB 1322:
In SECTION 3 of the bill, providing for an effective date (page 1, line 19), strike "2021" and substitute "2023".

HCR 114 was adopted by (Record 1797): 125 Yeas, 0 Nays, 1 Present, not voting.

Yeas — Allen; Allison; Anderson; Ashby; Bailes; Beckley; Bell, C.; Bell, K.; Biedermann; Bonnen; Bowers; Buckley; Bucy; Burns; Burrows; Button; Cain; Campos; Capriglione; Cason; Clardy; Cole; Collier; Cook; Cortez; Craddick; Crockett; Cyrier; Darby; Davis; Dean; Deshotel; Dominguez; Dutton; Ellzey; Fierro; Frullo; Gates; Geren; Gervin-Hawkins; Goldman; González, J.; Goodwin; Guerra; Guillen; Harless; Harris; Hefner; Hernandez; Hinojosa; Holland; Howard; Huberty; Hunter; Israel; Jetton; Johnson, A.; Kacal; King, K.; King, P.; King, T.; Klick; Krause; Kuempel; Lambert; Landgraf; Larson; Leach; Leman; Lopez; Lozano; Martinez; Metcalf; Meyer; Meza; Middleton; Moody; Morales, C.; Morales, E.; Morales Shaw; Morrison; Muñoz; Murphy; Murr; Noble; Oliverson; Ortega; Paddie; Parker; Patterson; Paul; Perez; Price; Ramos; Raney; Raymond; Reynolds; Rogers; Romero; Rosenthal; Sanford; Schaefer; Schofield; Shaheen; Shine; Slaton; Slawson; Smith; Smithee; Spiller; Stephenson; Stucky; Swanson; Thompson, E.; Thompson, S.; Tinderholt; Toth; Turner, C.; Turner, J.; VanDeaver; Vasut; Vo; White; Wilson; Wu.

Present, not voting — Mr. Speaker(C).

Absent, Excused — Coleman.

Absent — Anchia; Bernal; Canales; Frank; González, M.; Herrero; Hull; Johnson, J.D.; Johnson, J.E.; Longoria; Lucio; Martinez Fischer; Minjarez; Neave; Ordaz Perez; Pacheco; Rodriguez; Rose; Sherman; Talarico; Thierry; Walle; Zwiener.

STATEMENTS OF VOTE

When Record No. 1797 was taken, I was in the house but away from my desk. I would have voted yes.

Neave

When Record No. 1797 was taken, my vote failed to register. I would have voted yes.

Rose

HCR 117 - ADOPTED
(by Huberty)

The following privileged resolution was laid before the house:

HCR 117

WHEREAS, HB 1525 has been adopted by the house of representatives and the senate and is being prepared for enrollment; and
WHEREAS, The bill contains technical errors that should be corrected; now, therefore, be it
RESOLVED by the 87th Legislature of the State of Texas, That the enrolling clerk of the house of representatives be instructed to make the following corrections:
(1)  In SECTION 7 of the bill, in added Section 28.004(e-1)(2)(A), Education Code (page 6, lines 20 and 21), strike ", at which an opportunity for public comment is provided,".
(2)  In SECTION 7 of the bill, in added Section 28.004(e-1)(2)(B), Education Code (page 6, lines 24 and 25), strike ", at which an opportunity for public comment is provided".
(3)  In SECTION 48(a) of the bill, repealing provisions of the Education Code:
(A)  immediately following the semicolon (page 62, line 20), insert "and"; and
(B)  strike Subdivision (5) (page 62, line 21), and renumber subsequent subdivisions accordingly.

HCR 117 was adopted by (Record 1798): 132 Yeas, 0 Nays, 1 Present, not voting.

Yeas — Allen; Allison; Anderson; Ashby; Bailes; Beckley; Bell, C.; Bell, K.; Biedermann; Bonnen; Bowers; Buckley; Bucy; Burns; Burrows; Button; Cain; Campos; Capriglione; Cason; Clardy; Cole; Collier; Cook; Cortez; Craddick; Crockett; Cyrier; Darby; Davis; Dean; Deshotel; Dominguez; Dutton; Ellzey; Fierro; Frank; Frullo; Gates; Geren; Gervin-Hawkins; Goldman; González, J.; Goodwin; Guerra; Guillen; Harris; Hefner; Hernandez; Hinojosa; Holland; Howard; Huberty; Hull; Hunter; Israel; Jetton; Johnson, A.; Johnson, J.E.; Kacal; King, K.; King, P.; King, T.; Klick; Krause; Kuempel; Lambert; Landgraf; Larson; Leach; Leman; Lopez; Lozano; Lucio; Martinez; Metcalf; Meyer; Meza; Middleton; Moody; Morales, C.; Morales, E.; Morales Shaw; Morrison; Muñoz; Murphy; Murr; Noble; Oliverson; Ortega; Pacheco; Paddie; Parker; Patterson; Paul; Perez; Price; Ramos; Raney; Raymond; Reynolds; Rogers; Romero; Rose; Rosenthal; Sanford; Schaefer; Schofield; Shaheen; Shine; Slaton; Slawson; Smith; Smithee; Spiller; Stephenson; Stucky; Swanson; Thierry; Thompson, E.; Thompson, S.; Tinderholt; Toth; Turner, C.; Turner, J.; VanDeaver; Vasut; Vo; Walle; White; Wilson; Wu.

Present, not voting — Mr. Speaker(C).

Absent, Excused — Coleman.

Absent — Anchia; Bernal; Canales; González, M.; Harless; Herrero; Johnson, J.D.; Longoria; Martinez Fischer; Minjarez; Neave; Ordaz Perez; Rodriguez; Sherman; Talarico; Zwiener.

STATEMENT OF VOTE

When Record No. 1798 was taken, I was in the house but away from my desk. I would have voted yes.

Neave

HCR 119 - ADOPTED
(by Vasut)

The following privileged resolution was laid before the house:

HCR 119

WHEREAS, HB 1987 has been adopted by the house of representatives and the senate and is being prepared for enrollment; and
WHEREAS, The bill contains technical errors that should be corrected; now, therefore, be it
RESOLVED by the 87th Legislature of the State of Texas, That the enrolling clerk of the house of representatives be instructed to make the following correction to the enrolled version of HB 1987:
In SECTION 1 of the bill, in added Section 161.005(a-1)(3), Election Code, strike "other than a chair or vice chair," and substitute "a chair, or a vice chair".

HCR 119 was adopted by (Record 1799): 132 Yeas, 0 Nays, 1 Present, not voting.

Yeas — Allen; Allison; Anderson; Ashby; Bailes; Beckley; Bell, C.; Bell, K.; Biedermann; Bonnen; Bowers; Buckley; Bucy; Burns; Burrows; Button; Cain; Campos; Capriglione; Cason; Clardy; Cole; Collier; Cook; Cortez; Craddick; Cyrier; Darby; Davis; Dean; Deshotel; Dominguez; Dutton; Ellzey; Fierro; Frank; Frullo; Gates; Geren; Gervin-Hawkins; Goldman; González, J.; Goodwin; Guerra; Guillen; Harless; Harris; Hefner; Hernandez; Hinojosa; Holland; Howard; Huberty; Hull; Hunter; Israel; Jetton; Johnson, A.; Johnson, J.E.; Kacal; King, K.; King, P.; King, T.; Klick; Krause; Kuempel; Lambert; Landgraf; Larson; Leach; Leman; Lopez; Lozano; Lucio; Martinez; Metcalf; Meyer; Meza; Middleton; Moody; Morales, C.; Morales, E.; Morales Shaw; Morrison; Muñoz; Murphy; Murr; Noble; Oliverson; Ortega; Pacheco; Paddie; Parker; Patterson; Paul; Perez; Price; Ramos; Raney; Raymond; Reynolds; Rogers; Romero; Rose; Rosenthal; Sanford; Schaefer; Schofield; Shaheen; Shine; Slaton; Slawson; Smith; Smithee; Spiller; Stephenson; Stucky; Swanson; Thierry; Thompson, E.; Thompson, S.; Tinderholt; Toth; Turner, C.; Turner, J.; VanDeaver; Vasut; Vo; Walle; White; Wilson; Wu.

Present, not voting — Mr. Speaker(C).

Absent, Excused — Coleman.

Absent — Anchia; Bernal; Canales; Crockett; González, M.; Herrero; Johnson, J.D.; Longoria; Martinez Fischer; Minjarez; Neave; Ordaz Perez; Rodriguez; Sherman; Talarico; Zwiener.

STATEMENT OF VOTE

When Record No. 1799 was taken, I was in the house but away from my desk. I would have voted yes.

Neave

HCR 116 - ADOPTED
(by Sanford)

The following privileged resolution was laid before the house:

HCR 116

WHEREAS, HB 4627 has been adopted by the house of representatives and the senate and is being prepared for enrollment; and
WHEREAS, The bill contains technical errors that should be corrected; now, therefore, be it
RESOLVED, That the 87th Legislature of the State of Texas, That the enrolling clerk of the house of representatives be instructed to make the following correction:
In the SECTION of the bill adding Section 7913A.0202(b)(1), Special District Local Laws Code, strike "Section 8080.0103" and substitute "Section 7913A.0103".

HCR 116 was adopted by (Record 1800): 130 Yeas, 0 Nays, 1 Present, not voting.

Yeas — Allen; Allison; Ashby; Beckley; Bell, C.; Bell, K.; Biedermann; Bonnen; Bowers; Buckley; Bucy; Burns; Burrows; Button; Cain; Campos; Capriglione; Cason; Clardy; Cole; Collier; Cook; Cortez; Craddick; Crockett; Cyrier; Darby; Davis; Dean; Deshotel; Dominguez; Dutton; Ellzey; Fierro; Frank; Frullo; Gates; Geren; Gervin-Hawkins; Goldman; González, J.; Goodwin; Guerra; Guillen; Harless; Harris; Hefner; Hernandez; Hinojosa; Holland; Howard; Huberty; Hull; Hunter; Israel; Jetton; Johnson, A.; Johnson, J.E.; Kacal; King, K.; King, P.; King, T.; Klick; Krause; Kuempel; Lambert; Landgraf; Larson; Leach; Leman; Lopez; Lozano; Lucio; Martinez; Metcalf; Meyer; Meza; Middleton; Moody; Morales, C.; Morales, E.; Morales Shaw; Morrison; Muñoz; Murphy; Murr; Noble; Oliverson; Ortega; Pacheco; Paddie; Parker; Patterson; Paul; Perez; Price; Ramos; Raney; Raymond; Reynolds; Rogers; Romero; Rose; Rosenthal; Sanford; Schaefer; Schofield; Shaheen; Shine; Slaton; Slawson; Smith; Smithee; Spiller; Stephenson; Stucky; Swanson; Thierry; Thompson, E.; Tinderholt; Toth; Turner, C.; Turner, J.; VanDeaver; Vasut; Vo; Walle; White; Wilson; Wu.

Present, not voting — Mr. Speaker(C).

Absent, Excused — Coleman.

Absent — Anchia; Anderson; Bailes; Bernal; Canales; González, M.; Herrero; Johnson, J.D.; Longoria; Martinez Fischer; Minjarez; Neave; Ordaz Perez; Rodriguez; Sherman; Talarico; Thompson, S.; Zwiener.

STATEMENTS OF VOTE

When Record No. 1800 was taken, I was in the house but away from my desk. I would have voted yes.

Anderson

When Record No. 1800 was taken, I was in the house but away from my desk. I would have voted yes.

Neave

When Record No. 1800 was taken, I was in the house but away from my desk. I would have voted yes.

S. Thompson

(Bernal, Neave, and Ordaz Perez now present)

RESOLUTIONS REFERRED TO COMMITTEES

Resolutions were at this time laid before the house and referred to committees. (See the addendum to the daily journal, Referred to Committees, List No. 2.)

HCR 118 - ADOPTED
(by Leach)

The following privileged resolution was laid before the house:

HCR 118

WHEREAS, HB 3774 has been adopted by the house of representatives and the senate and is being prepared for enrollment; and
WHEREAS, The bill contains technical errors that should be corrected; now, therefore, be it
RESOLVED by the 87th Legislature of the State of Texas, That the enrolling clerk of the house of representatives be instructed to make the following corrections to the enrolled version of HB 3774:
(1)  In SECTION 1.01(a) of the bill (page 1, line 7), between "(a)" and "Section 24.129(b)", insert "Effective January 1, 2022,".
(2)  In SECTION 1.01(b) of the bill (page 1, line 11), between "(b)" and "Subchapter C", insert "Effective January 1, 2022,".

HCR 118 was adopted by (Record 1801): 134 Yeas, 0 Nays, 1 Present, not voting.

Yeas — Allen; Allison; Anderson; Ashby; Bailes; Beckley; Bell, C.; Bell, K.; Bernal; Biedermann; Bonnen; Buckley; Bucy; Burns; Burrows; Button; Cain; Campos; Capriglione; Cason; Clardy; Collier; Cook; Cortez; Craddick; Crockett; Cyrier; Darby; Davis; Dean; Dominguez; Dutton; Ellzey; Fierro; Frank; Frullo; Gates; Geren; Goldman; González, J.; Goodwin; Guerra; Guillen; Harless; Harris; Hefner; Hernandez; Herrero; Hinojosa; Holland; Howard; Huberty; Hull; Hunter; Israel; Jetton; Johnson, A.; Johnson, J.E.; Kacal; King, K.; King, P.; King, T.; Klick; Krause; Kuempel; Lambert; Landgraf; Larson; Leach; Leman; Lopez; Lozano; Lucio; Martinez; Martinez Fischer; Metcalf; Meyer; Meza; Middleton; Moody; Morales, C.; Morales, E.; Morales Shaw; Morrison; Muñoz; Murphy; Murr; Neave; Noble; Oliverson; Ordaz Perez; Ortega; Paddie; Parker; Patterson; Paul; Perez; Price; Ramos; Raney; Raymond; Reynolds; Rodriguez; Rogers; Romero; Rose; Rosenthal; Sanford; Schaefer; Schofield; Shaheen; Shine; Slaton; Slawson; Smith; Smithee; Spiller; Stephenson; Stucky; Swanson; Thierry; Thompson, E.; Thompson, S.; Tinderholt; Toth; Turner, C.; Turner, J.; VanDeaver; Vasut; Vo; Walle; White; Wilson; Wu.

Present, not voting — Mr. Speaker(C).

Absent, Excused — Coleman.

Absent — Anchia; Bowers; Canales; Cole; Deshotel; Gervin-Hawkins; González, M.; Johnson, J.D.; Longoria; Minjarez; Pacheco; Sherman; Talarico; Zwiener.

STATEMENTS OF VOTE

When Record No. 1801 was taken, I was in the house but away from my desk. I would have voted yes.

Bowers

When Record No. 1801 was taken, I was in the house but away from my desk. I would have voted yes.

Cole

(Zwiener now present)

INTRODUCTION OF GUESTS

The chair recognized Representative Metcalf who introduced staff from the following departments and recognized them for their work during the legislative session:

House Research Organization,
Legislative Reference Library,
Department of Public Safety,
Texas Legislative Council,
Office of the House Journal Clerk,
Office of the House Committee Coordinator,
Office of the Chief Clerk,
House Business Office,
Office of the House Sergeant-at-Arms, and
Office of the House Parliamentarians.

(M. González now present)

REMARKS ORDERED PRINTED

Representative Frullo moved to print all remarks on HB 4492 on May 30.

The motion prevailed.

HR 1978 - ADOPTED
(by Raymond)

Representative Raymond moved to suspend all necessary rules to take up and consider at this time HR 1978.

The motion prevailed.

The following resolution was laid before the house:

HR 1978, Commemorating Memorial Day 2021.

WHEREAS, Every Memorial Day, millions of citizens across Texas and the nation gather to remember those heroic men and women in uniform who made the ultimate sacrifice in the defense of our country; and
WHEREAS, Originally known as Decoration Day for the practice of decorating the graves of soldiers with flowers once a year, this holiday began after the Civil War as a remembrance of those who had died in the war; celebrated on May 30 in subsequent decades, the holiday came to be known as Memorial Day, a day to honor all of the country's fallen, in all of its wars; since the early 1970s, the day has been observed on the last Monday in May; and
WHEREAS, The nation's most solemn Memorial Day ceremony occurs in Arlington National Cemetery at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier, where the remains of unidentified Americans from World War I, World War II, the Korean War, and the Vietnam War are interred in a marble monument and in the adjacent plaza; accompanied by honor guards from all branches of the military, the president of the United States traditionally lays a wreath at the tomb, and the ceremony is further solemnized by the sounding of "Taps," the haunting bugle call that has been performed at military funerals and memorials since the Civil War; and
WHEREAS, At the same time, in cities large and small across the nation, veterans and their fellow citizens gather in cemeteries and other public places to remember fallen comrades and to pay tribute to those who died to protect our liberty and our republic; these ceremonies are also graced by the stirring echoes of "Taps," and by tradition, the United States flag is briskly raised to full staff at the beginning of the day and then lowered slowly to half staff, where it remains until noon, when it is raised to full staff again; and
WHEREAS, The toll of freedom is high; in the years since the founding of our republic, more than one million American military personnel have died in U.S. wars, and each year, on Memorial Day, Americans gather to pay tribute to those courageous men and women who, in the words of President Abraham Lincoln, gave the last full measure of devotion; now, therefore, be it
RESOLVED, That the House of Representatives of the 87th Texas Legislature hereby recognize Memorial Day 2021 in solemn commemoration of all those who have died in the service of our nation.

HR 1978 was read and was adopted.

On motion of Representative Price, the names of all the members of the house were added to HR 1978 as signers thereof.

HR 1978 - REMARKS

REPRESENTATIVE RAYMOND: Members, I want to take a moment in remembering over a million people––over a million people, Americans who have died––who have died so that we could be here today, so that we could debate, so that we could argue, so that we could put forth ideas that we felt so strongly about that we ran for office and got elected. I've often said, as proud as I am to now be serving my 27th year in this house––and I think this is a very, very important position and a very important job––the job I do and that we do, in my view and with all due respect, is not nearly as important as that job that everyone in the military has done in protecting this country. And the million lives, the million people who gave their lives so that we could be here today, that to me is the most important thing you could ever do. One of my great regrets is that I did not enlist in the military. It is one of my great regrets because I was raised by people who were my mentors from World War II and the Korean War. There weren't wars going on when I finished high school––but I regret it.
I committed to myself when I got elected to do everything I could to help veterans and their families, and I think all of us are committed to that. I want to say as we finish up––and I want to thank the veterans who are here and Mr. Price who joint authored this resolution––that as we finish this session, I know that we're all tired and some of us might be a little grumpy. But the fact is, at the end of this session, all of us voted for bills that we were very happy passed. All of us, every single one of us, 150 of us, voted for bills that we were glad passed and that make, we believe, this state better, a better state for more people. And one of the things I learned working for two United States Senators who were both veterans, Lloyd Bentsen of Texas and Paul Simon of Illinois––both of them veterans, World War II and Korea––and I learned from them this. They told me, don't ever doubt that those who get elected and serve with you love this state and this country as much as every one else in this chamber. At times you may have differing opinions on how you make it a better place for more people, but don't ever, ever question that. And so I don't. I don't question that everyone here loves this state and this country and that you want to make it a better place. And although at times we will disagree, at times we will disagree, we have agreed so many more times than we have disagreed. Don't ever forget that, members.
And with that, thank God for the United States military. Thank God for those who stand here that served. And thank you, God, for all those that had to give their lives. Finally, I'll say this. Although he wasn't a veteran, I often wondered what it was like when I'd see parents who lost someone in war––a child, especially. I often wondered what that was like. I knew it had to be hard. And during this interim––I had to say this before the session ended––this will be the first time that I serve since 1997 without my son Aren. I love you, pal.

MEMORIAL DAY OBSERVANCE

In honor of those who have died in service to the United States, the chair recognized Representative Ellzey to conduct a last roll call:

Colonel Hugh Shine
First Lieutenant Robert E. Tindall
Colonel Terry Wilson
Captain Ernesto M. Blanco,
Major General Harold J. Greene
Lieutenant Commander Matt Schaefer
Staff Sergeant Derek J. Farley
Major Tony Tinderholt
Specialist Four Bobby M. Smalling
Captain James White
Private Carter O. Boyd
Captain Philip Cortez
Private First Class Jose E. Rangel
Staff Sergeant Ray Lopez
Staff Sergeant James T. White
Specialist Jacey Jetton
Specialist Dan H. Nguyen,
Lieutenant William J. Dey,
Petty Officer 2nd Class Joseph Clark Schwedler,
Lieutenant David E. Bergstrom
Captain Charles Anderson
Sergeant George L. Nyfeler
First Lieutenant John Raney
Captain James E. Raney

A moment of silence was observed in remembrance of all the fallen heroes of the United States military.

MESSAGE FROM THE SENATE

A message from the senate was received at this time (see the addendum to the daily journal, Messages from the Senate, Message No. 2).

REMARKS ORDERED PRINTED

Representative Tinderholt moved to print remarks by Representative Ellzey in observance of Memorial Day.

The motion prevailed.

Representative C. Bell moved to print remarks by Representative Raymond on HR 1978.

The motion prevailed.

SCR 60 - ADOPTED
(P. King - House Sponsor)

The following privileged resolution was laid before the house:

SCR 60, Instructing the enrolling clerk of the senate to make corrections in SB 1281.

SCR 60 was adopted by (Record 1802): 138 Yeas, 0 Nays, 1 Present, not voting.

Yeas — Allen; Allison; Anderson; Ashby; Bailes; Beckley; Bell, C.; Bell, K.; Bernal; Biedermann; Bonnen; Bowers; Buckley; Bucy; Burns; Burrows; Button; Cain; Campos; Capriglione; Cason; Clardy; Collier; Cook; Cortez; Craddick; Crockett; Cyrier; Darby; Davis; Dean; Deshotel; Dominguez; Dutton; Ellzey; Fierro; Frank; Frullo; Gates; Geren; Gervin-Hawkins; Goldman; González, J.; González, M.; Goodwin; Guerra; Guillen; Harless; Harris; Hefner; Hernandez; Herrero; Hinojosa; Holland; Howard; Huberty; Hull; Hunter; Israel; Jetton; Johnson, A.; Johnson, J.E.; Kacal; King, K.; King, P.; King, T.; Klick; Krause; Kuempel; Lambert; Landgraf; Larson; Leach; Leman; Lopez; Lozano; Martinez; Martinez Fischer; Metcalf; Meyer; Meza; Middleton; Moody; Morales, C.; Morales, E.; Morales Shaw; Morrison; Muñoz; Murphy; Murr; Neave; Noble; Oliverson; Ordaz Perez; Ortega; Pacheco; Paddie; Parker; Patterson; Paul; Perez; Price; Ramos; Raney; Raymond; Reynolds; Rodriguez; Rogers; Romero; Rosenthal; Sanford; Schaefer; Schofield; Shaheen; Shine; Slaton; Slawson; Smith; Smithee; Spiller; Stephenson; Stucky; Swanson; Thierry; Thompson, E.; Thompson, S.; Tinderholt; Toth; Turner, C.; Turner, J.; VanDeaver; Vasut; Vo; Walle; White; Wilson; Wu; Zwiener.

Present, not voting — Mr. Speaker(C).

Absent, Excused — Coleman.

Absent — Anchia; Canales; Cole; Johnson, J.D.; Longoria; Lucio; Minjarez; Rose; Sherman; Talarico.

STATEMENT OF VOTE

When Record No. 1802 was taken, my vote failed to register. I would have voted yes.

Rose

SCR 59 - ADOPTED
(Klick - House Sponsor)

The following privileged resolution was laid before the house:

SCR 59, Instructing the enrolling clerk of the senate to make corrections in SB 968.

SCR 59 was adopted by (Record 1803): 135 Yeas, 0 Nays, 1 Present, not voting.

Yeas — Allen; Allison; Anderson; Ashby; Bailes; Beckley; Bell, C.; Bell, K.; Bernal; Biedermann; Bonnen; Bowers; Buckley; Bucy; Burns; Burrows; Button; Cain; Campos; Capriglione; Cason; Clardy; Cole; Collier; Cook; Cortez; Craddick; Crockett; Cyrier; Darby; Davis; Dean; Deshotel; Dominguez; Dutton; Ellzey; Fierro; Frank; Frullo; Gates; Geren; Gervin-Hawkins; Goldman; González, J.; González, M.; Goodwin; Guerra; Guillen; Harless; Harris; Hefner; Hernandez; Hinojosa; Holland; Howard; Huberty; Hull; Hunter; Israel; Jetton; Johnson, A.; Johnson, J.E.; Kacal; King, K.; King, P.; King, T.; Klick; Krause; Kuempel; Lambert; Landgraf; Larson; Leach; Leman; Lopez; Lozano; Lucio; Martinez; Martinez Fischer; Metcalf; Meyer; Meza; Middleton; Moody; Morales, C.; Morales, E.; Morales Shaw; Morrison; Muñoz; Murphy; Murr; Neave; Noble; Oliverson; Ordaz Perez; Ortega; Pacheco; Paddie; Parker; Patterson; Paul; Perez; Price; Ramos; Raney; Raymond; Reynolds; Rodriguez; Rogers; Romero; Rosenthal; Sanford; Schaefer; Schofield; Shaheen; Shine; Slaton; Slawson; Smithee; Spiller; Stephenson; Stucky; Swanson; Thierry; Thompson, E.; Thompson, S.; Tinderholt; Toth; Turner, J.; VanDeaver; Vasut; Vo; White; Wilson; Zwiener.

Present, not voting — Mr. Speaker(C).

Absent, Excused — Coleman.

Absent — Anchia; Canales; Herrero; Johnson, J.D.; Longoria; Minjarez; Rose; Sherman; Smith; Talarico; Turner, C.; Walle; Wu.

STATEMENT OF VOTE

When Record No. 1803 was taken, my vote failed to register. I would have voted yes.

Rose

(Talarico now present)

HR 1993 - ADOPTED
(by Capriglione, Button, Bucy, Meyer, Moody, et al.)

Representative Capriglione moved to suspend all necessary rules to take up and consider at this time HR 1993.

The motion prevailed.

The following resolution was laid before the house:

HR 1993, Urging Congress to pass the "CHIPS for America Act" or any legislation that substantially increases the United States' investments in semiconductor manufacturing and research.

HR 1993 was adopted by (Record 1804): 140 Yeas, 0 Nays, 1 Present, not voting.

Yeas — Allen; Allison; Anderson; Ashby; Bailes; Bell, C.; Bell, K.; Bernal; Biedermann; Bonnen; Bowers; Buckley; Bucy; Burns; Burrows; Button; Cain; Campos; Capriglione; Cason; Clardy; Cole; Collier; Cook; Cortez; Craddick; Crockett; Cyrier; Darby; Davis; Dean; Deshotel; Dominguez; Dutton; Ellzey; Fierro; Frank; Frullo; Gates; Geren; Gervin-Hawkins; Goldman; González, J.; González, M.; Goodwin; Guerra; Guillen; Harless; Harris; Hefner; Hernandez; Herrero; Hinojosa; Holland; Howard; Huberty; Hull; Hunter; Israel; Jetton; Johnson, A.; Johnson, J.E.; Kacal; King, K.; King, P.; King, T.; Klick; Krause; Kuempel; Lambert; Landgraf; Larson; Leach; Leman; Lopez; Lozano; Lucio; Martinez; Martinez Fischer; Metcalf; Meyer; Meza; Middleton; Moody; Morales, C.; Morales, E.; Morales Shaw; Morrison; Muñoz; Murphy; Murr; Neave; Noble; Oliverson; Ordaz Perez; Ortega; Pacheco; Paddie; Parker; Patterson; Paul; Perez; Price; Ramos; Raney; Raymond; Reynolds; Rodriguez; Rogers; Romero; Rose; Rosenthal; Sanford; Schaefer; Schofield; Shaheen; Shine; Slaton; Slawson; Smith; Smithee; Spiller; Stephenson; Stucky; Swanson; Talarico; Thierry; Thompson, E.; Thompson, S.; Tinderholt; Toth; Turner, J.; VanDeaver; Vasut; Vo; Walle; White; Wilson; Wu; Zwiener.

Present, not voting — Mr. Speaker(C).

Absent, Excused — Coleman.

Absent — Anchia; Beckley; Canales; Johnson, J.D.; Longoria; Minjarez; Sherman; Turner, C.

(Guillen in the chair)

CONGRATULATORY AND MEMORIAL CALENDAR

The following congratulatory resolutions were laid before the house:

HR 1034 (by Hinojosa), Honoring the participants in the 2021 Texas Folklife Apprenticeships in the Folk and Traditional Arts Program.

HR 1818 (by Ordaz Perez, Moody, M. González, Ortega, and Fierro), Honoring Yolanda Arguelles for her service as an El Paso County precinct chair.

HR 1873 (by Gervin-Hawkins), Commending the Coca-Cola Bottling Company of The Southwest for its contributions to the San Antonio community.

HR 1819 (by Ordaz Perez, Moody, M. González, Ortega, and Fierro), Honoring Emma Acosta for her service as treasurer of the El Paso County Democratic Party during Women's History Month.

HR 1820 (by Ordaz Perez, Moody, M. González, Ortega, and Fierro), Honoring Dora Oaxaca for her service as El Paso County Democratic Chair during Women's History Month.

HR 1821 (by Ordaz Perez, Moody, M. González, Ortega, and Fierro), Honoring Ruth Ybarra Williams for her service as an El Paso County precinct chair.

HR 1822 (by Ordaz Perez, Moody, M. González, Ortega, and Fierro), Honoring Francesca Wigle for her service as an El Paso County precinct chair.

HR 1823 (by Ordaz Perez, Moody, M. González, Ortega, and Fierro), Honoring Dawn Heather Vigil for her service as an El Paso County precinct chair.

HR 1824 (by Ordaz Perez, Moody, M. González, Ortega, and Fierro), Honoring Christina Vargas for her service as an El Paso County precinct chair.

HR 1825 (by Ordaz Perez, Moody, M. González, Ortega, and Fierro), Honoring Lucille Teran for her service as an El Paso County precinct chair.

HR 1826 (by Ordaz Perez, Moody, M. González, Ortega, and Fierro), Honoring Diana Stillman for her service as an El Paso County precinct chair.

HR 1827 (by Ordaz Perez, Moody, M. González, Ortega, and Fierro), Honoring Martina Silva for her service as an El Paso County precinct chair.

HR 1828 (by Ordaz Perez, Moody, M. González, Ortega, and Fierro), Honoring Megan R. Salazar for her service as an El Paso County precinct chair.

HR 1829 (by Ordaz Perez, Moody, M. González, Ortega, and Fierro), Honoring Noel Ruth Rosenbaum for her service as an El Paso County precinct chair.

HR 1830 (by Ordaz Perez, Moody, M. González, Ortega, and Fierro), Honoring Ayle Sarinana for her service as an El Paso County precinct chair.

HR 1831 (by Ordaz Perez, Moody, M. González, Ortega, and Fierro), Honoring Alice Rosas for her service as an El Paso County precinct chair.

HR 1832 (by Ordaz Perez, Moody, M. González, Ortega, and Fierro), Honoring Anna Louise Perez for her service as an El Paso County precinct chair.

HR 1833 (by Ordaz Perez, Moody, M. González, Ortega, and Fierro), Honoring PattiLee Pinon for her service as an El Paso County precinct chair.

HR 1834 (by Ordaz Perez, Moody, M. González, Ortega, and Fierro), Honoring Belen Robles for her service as an El Paso County precinct chair.

HR 1835 (by Ordaz Perez, Moody, M. González, Ortega, and Fierro), Honoring Gloria Paxson for her service as an El Paso County precinct chair.

HR 1836 (by Ordaz Perez, Moody, M. González, Ortega, and Fierro), Honoring Amy Salcido Paz for her service as an El Paso County precinct chair.

HR 1837 (by Ordaz Perez, Moody, M. González, Ortega, and Fierro), Honoring Mihaela Munteanu for her service as an El Paso County precinct chair.

HR 1838 (by Ordaz Perez, Moody, M. González, Ortega, and Fierro), Honoring Marie Mier for her service as an El Paso County precinct chair.

HR 1839 (by Ordaz Perez, Moody, M. González, Ortega, and Fierro), Honoring Mayela Mejia for her service as an El Paso County precinct chair.

HR 1840 (by Ordaz Perez, Moody, M. González, Ortega, and Fierro), Honoring Joan C. Lopez for her service as an El Paso County precinct chair.

HR 1841 (by Ordaz Perez, Moody, M. González, Ortega, and Fierro), Honoring Kathryn Lucero for her service as an El Paso County precinct chair.

HR 1842 (by Ordaz Perez, Moody, M. González, Ortega, and Fierro), Honoring Gracie Lawrence for her service as an El Paso County precinct chair.

HR 1843 (by Ordaz Perez, Moody, M. González, Ortega, and Fierro), Honoring Melody Jimenez for her service as an El Paso County precinct chair.

HR 1844 (by Ordaz Perez, Moody, M. González, Ortega, and Fierro), Honoring Amy Hernandez for her service as an El Paso County precinct chair.

HR 1845 (by Ordaz Perez, Moody, M. González, Ortega, and Fierro), Honoring Angie Garcia for her service as an El Paso County precinct chair.

HR 1846 (by Ordaz Perez, Moody, M. González, Ortega, and Fierro), Honoring Betty Ann Haliburton for her service as an El Paso County precinct chair.

HR 1847 (by Ordaz Perez, Moody, M. González, Ortega, and Fierro), Honoring Mayte Fitzgerald for her service as an El Paso County precinct chair.

HR 1848 (by Ordaz Perez, Moody, M. González, Ortega, and Fierro), Honoring Jan Engels for her service as an El Paso County precinct chair.

HR 1849 (by Ordaz Perez, Moody, M. González, Ortega, and Fierro), Honoring Enriqueta G. Fierro for her service as an El Paso County precinct chair.

HR 1850 (by Ordaz Perez, Moody, M. González, Ortega, and Fierro), Honoring Carmen S. Duarte for her service as an El Paso County precinct chair.

HR 1851 (by Ordaz Perez, Moody, M. González, Ortega, and Fierro), Honoring Yvonne Daniels for her service as an El Paso County precinct chair.

HR 1852 (by Ordaz Perez, Moody, M. González, Ortega, and Fierro), Honoring Ramona De La Paz Torres for her service as an El Paso County precinct chair.

HR 1853 (by Ordaz Perez, Moody, M. González, Ortega, and Fierro), Honoring Yolanda Clay for her service as an El Paso County precinct chair.

HR 1854 (by Ordaz Perez, Moody, M. González, Ortega, and Fierro), Honoring Maria Isela Castanon Williams for her service as an El Paso County precinct chair.

HR 1855 (by Ordaz Perez, Moody, M. González, Ortega, and Fierro), Honoring Cecilia Carpio for her service as an El Paso County precinct chair.

HR 1856 (by Ordaz Perez, Moody, M. González, Ortega, and Fierro), Honoring Barbara Gail Aukland for her service as an El Paso County precinct chair.

HR 1857 (by Ordaz Perez, Moody, M. González, Ortega, and Fierro), Honoring Bonnie Baker for her service as an El Paso County precinct chair.

HR 1858 (by Ordaz Perez, Moody, M. González, Ortega, and Fierro), Honoring Evangelina Balderrama for her service as an El Paso County precinct chair.

HR 1859 (by Ordaz Perez, Moody, M. González, Ortega, and Fierro), Honoring Angie Barajas for her service as an El Paso County precinct chair.

HR 1860 (by Ordaz Perez, Moody, M. González, Ortega, and Fierro), Honoring Patricia Canchola for her service as an El Paso County precinct chair.

HR 1861 (by Ordaz Perez, Moody, M. González, Ortega, and Fierro), Honoring Dorothy Mae Byrd for her service as an El Paso County precinct chair.

HR 1862 (by Ordaz Perez, Moody, M. González, Ortega, and Fierro), Honoring Aleksandra Buckley for her service as an El Paso County precinct chair.

HR 1863 (by Ordaz Perez, Moody, M. González, Ortega, and Fierro), Honoring Soledad Burchanan for her service as an El Paso County precinct chair.

HR 1864 (by Ordaz Perez, Moody, M. González, Ortega, and Fierro), Honoring Elizabeth Urbina Barron for her service as an El Paso County precinct chair.

HR 1865 (by Ordaz Perez, Moody, M. González, Ortega, and Fierro), Honoring Mary Bowles-Gasca for her service as an El Paso County precinct chair.

HR 1867 (by Gervin-Hawkins), Congratulating Mrs. Kitchen Soul Food Restaurant and Bakery in Windcrest on its success.

HR 1874 (by Gervin-Hawkins), Paying tribute to Mr. and Mrs. G's Home Cooking and Pastries in San Antonio.

HR 1875 (by Oliverson), Congratulating Houston Methodist on the construction of its new hospital in Cypress.

HR 1876 (by Oliverson), Congratulating Zeki Gurbuz of Cypress Woods High School on finishing in the top 100 in the 2021 CyberStart America National Cyber Scholarship Competition.

HR 1878 (by Smithee), Congratulating the Canyon High School girls' basketball team on winning the 2021 UIL 4A state championship.

HR 1879 (by Smithee), Congratulating the Texline High School boys' basketball team on winning the 2021 UIL 1A state championship.

HR 1880 (by Gervin-Hawkins), Commending Liz Franklin for her work as interim CEO of the Ella Austin Community Center in San Antonio.

HR 1881 (by Slawson), Congratulating Victoria Saucedo of Stephenville on her receipt of the Girl Scout Gold Award.

HR 1882 (by Slawson), Congratulating Courtney McGuire of Stephenville on her receipt of the Girl Scout Gold Award.

HR 1883 (by Slawson), Congratulating Taryn Gibbs of Stephenville on her receipt of the Girl Scout Gold Award.

HR 1884 (by Gervin-Hawkins), Commending Beverly Watts Davis for her service to the WestCare Foundation and the wider San Antonio community.

HR 1885 (by Price), Commending Dr. Robert G. "Bob" Robinson on his 50 years of service with The Texas A&M University System.

HR 1886 (by Price), Congratulating Ethan Ruppanner of Tascosa High School in Amarillo on earning a bronze medal at the 2021 UIL Tennis State Tournament.

HR 1887 (by Price), Commending the staff of the Moore County Hospital District for their service during the COVID-19 pandemic.

HR 1889 (by Price), Commending the staff members of Northwest Texas Healthcare System in Amarillo for their service during the COVID-19 pandemic.

HR 1890 (by Neave), Congratulating Campbell Chase of Woodrow Wilson High School in Dallas on winning two medals at the 2021 UIL Swimming & Diving State Meet.

HR 1891 (by Neave), Congratulating Evelyn Pate of Woodrow Wilson High School in Dallas on her second-place finish at the 2021 Texas Music Educators Association 5A All-Area audition.

HR 1892 (by Neave), Congratulating MacKenzie McCulloch of Woodrow Wilson High School in Dallas on her selection to the TMEA 5A All-State Band.

HR 1893 (by Neave), Congratulating Ryan Bott on his nomination for the 2021 Secondary Principal of the Year award from the Dallas Independent School District.

HR 1894 (by Neave), Honoring the Fly, Lower, and Gather (F.L.A.G.) Program on the occasion of its fifth annual fundraiser.

HR 1895 (by Price), Commending BSA Health System in Amarillo for its outstanding service during the COVID-19 pandemic.

HR 1896 (by Rodriguez), Congratulating Sanford Jeames of Eastside Memorial Early College High School on his selection as a 2021 Austin ISD Teacher of the Year.

HR 1897 (by Neave, Rose, Bowers, and Crockett), Commemorating the completion of Front Street Station in Mesquite.

HR 1898 (by Neave, Rose, and Bowers), Commending the Skyline High School IGNITE club for its campaign to make feminine hygiene products available at Dallas ISD schools.

HR 1899 (by Neave, Rose, Bowers, and Crockett), Congratulating David Smith on being named the 2021 Teacher of the Year at Horn High School in Mesquite ISD.

HR 1900 (by Neave, Rose, Bowers, and Crockett), Congratulating Camisha McCreadie on being named the 2021 Teacher of the Year at A. C. New Middle School in Mesquite ISD.

HR 1901 (by Neave, Rose, Bowers, and Crockett), Congratulating Alesia Rubio on being named the 2021 Teacher of the Year at Achziger Elementary School in Mesquite ISD.

HR 1902 (by Neave, Rose, Bowers, and Crockett), Congratulating Tiffany Gonzales on being named the 2021 Teacher of the Year at Agnew Middle School in Mesquite ISD.

HR 1903 (by Neave, Rose, Bowers, and Crockett), Congratulating Deidre Reeves on being named the 2021 Teacher of the Year at Austin Elementary School in Mesquite ISD.

HR 1904 (by Neave, Rose, Bowers, and Crockett), Congratulating Michael Destefani on being named the 2021 Teacher of the Year at Beasley Elementary School in Mesquite ISD.

HR 1905 (by Neave, Rose, Bowers, and Crockett), Congratulating Carol Freeman on being named the 2021 Teacher of the Year at Berry Middle School in Mesquite ISD.

HR 1906 (by Neave, Rose, Bowers, and Crockett), Congratulating Jennifer Hornung on being named the 2021 Teacher of the Year at Black Elementary School in Mesquite ISD.

HR 1907 (by Neave, Rose, Bowers, and Crockett), Congratulating Tracey Ramsey on being named the 2021 Teacher of the Year at Cannaday Elementary School in Mesquite ISD.

HR 1908 (by Neave, Rose, Bowers, and Crockett), Congratulating Jenelle Kumbier on being named the 2021 Teacher of the Year at Florence Elementary School in Mesquite ISD.

HR 1909 (by Neave, Rose, Bowers, and Crockett), Congratulating Gloria Araujo on being named the 2021 Teacher of the Year at Floyd Elementary School in Mesquite ISD.

HR 1910 (by Neave, Rose, Bowers, and Crockett), Congratulating Breanne Bell on being named the 2021 Teacher of the Year at Frasier Middle School in Mesquite ISD.

HR 1911 (by Neave, Rose, Bowers, and Crockett), Congratulating Susana Arellano on being named the 2021 Teacher of the Year at Galloway Elementary School in Mesquite ISD.

HR 1912 (by Neave, Rose, Bowers, and Crockett), Congratulating Renee Mitchell on being named the 2021 Teacher of the Year at Gentry Elementary School in Mesquite ISD.

HR 1913 (by Neave, Rose, Bowers, and Crockett), Congratulating Sergio Vargas on being named the 2021 Teacher of the Year at Gray Elementary School in Mesquite ISD.

HR 1914 (by Neave, Rose, Bowers, and Crockett), Congratulating Rachel Sigala on being named the 2021 Teacher of the Year at Hanby Elementary School in Mesquite ISD.

HR 1915 (by Neave, Rose, Bowers, and Crockett), Congratulating Cristina Perez on being named the 2021 Teacher of the Year at Hodges Elementary School in Mesquite ISD.

HR 1916 (by Neave, Rose, Bowers, and Crockett), Congratulating Courtney Ammerman on being named the 2021 Teacher of the Year at Kimball Elementary School in Mesquite ISD.

HR 1917 (by Neave, Rose, Bowers, and Crockett), Congratulating Julie Gomez on being named the 2021 Teacher of the Year at Kimbrough Middle School in Mesquite ISD.

HR 1918 (by Neave, Rose, Bowers, and Crockett), Congratulating Daniela Canabou on being named the 2021 Teacher of the Year at Lawrence Elementary School in Mesquite ISD.

HR 1919 (by Neave, Rose, Bowers, and Crockett), Congratulating Tamiko Jones McGee on being named the 2021 Teacher of the Year at the Learning Center in Mesquite ISD.

HR 1920 (by Neave, Rose, Bowers, and Crockett), Congratulating Tameka Hawkins on being named the 2021 Teacher of the Year at Mackey Elementary School in Mesquite ISD.

HR 1921 (by Neave, Rose, Bowers, and Crockett), Congratulating Bethany Bach on being named the 2021 Teacher of the Year at McDonald Middle School in Mesquite ISD.

HR 1922 (by Neave, Rose, Bowers, and Crockett), Congratulating Logan Cornelison on being named the 2021 Teacher of the Year at McKenzie Elementary School in Mesquite ISD.

HR 1923 (by Neave, Rose, Bowers, and Crockett), Congratulating Juan Carlos Gomez-Buznego on being named the 2021 Teacher of the Year at McWhorter Elementary School in Mesquite ISD.

HR 1924 (by Neave, Rose, Bowers, and Crockett), Congratulating Davitra Dewberry on being named the 2021 Teacher of the Year at Mesquite Academy in Mesquite ISD.

HR 1925 (by Neave, Rose, Bowers, and Crockett), Congratulating Wendi Swaner on being named the 2021 Teacher of the Year at Motley Elementary School in Mesquite ISD.

HR 1926 (by Neave, Rose, Bowers, and Crockett), Congratulating Wendy Campbell on being named the 2021 Teacher of the Year at North Mesquite High School in Mesquite ISD.

HR 1927 (by Neave, Rose, Bowers, and Crockett), Congratulating Carolyn Daugherty on being named the 2021 Teacher of the Year at Pirrung Elementary School in Mesquite ISD.

HR 1928 (by Neave, Rose, Bowers, and Crockett), Congratulating Natalie Ramirez on being named the 2021 Teacher of the Year at Porter Elementary School in Mesquite ISD.

HR 1929 (by Neave, Rose, Bowers, and Crockett), Congratulating Shelby Ermis on being named the 2021 Teacher of the Year at Rugel Elementary School in Mesquite ISD.

HR 1930 (by Neave, Rose, Bowers, and Crockett), Congratulating Phalisati Miller on being named the 2021 Teacher of the Year at Rutherford Elementary School in Mesquite ISD.

HR 1931 (by Neave, Rose, Bowers, and Crockett), Congratulating Jasmyne Perkins on being named the 2021 Teacher of the Year at Seabourn Elementary School in Mesquite ISD.

HR 1932 (by Neave, Rose, Bowers, and Crockett), Congratulating Portia Smith on being named the 2021 Teacher of the Year at Shands Elementary School in Mesquite ISD.

HR 1933 (by Neave, Rose, Bowers, and Crockett), Congratulating Sandra Salazar on being named the 2021 Teacher of the Year at Shaw Elementary School in Mesquite ISD.

HR 1934 (by Neave, Rose, Bowers, and Crockett), Congratulating Susan Napier on being named the 2021 Teacher of the Year at Terry Middle School in Mesquite ISD.

HR 1935 (by Neave, Rose, Bowers, and Crockett), Congratulating Kassidy Siragusa on being named the 2021 Teacher of the Year at Thompson Elementary School in Mesquite ISD.

HR 1936 (by Neave, Rose, Bowers, and Crockett), Congratulating Jessica McCarty on being named the 2021 Teacher of the Year at Tisinger Elementary School in Mesquite ISD.

HR 1937 (by Neave, Rose, Bowers, and Crockett), Congratulating Whitney Williams on being named the 2021 Teacher of the Year at Tosch Elementary School in Mesquite ISD.

HR 1938 (by Neave, Rose, Bowers, and Crockett), Congratulating Elena Jimenez on being named the 2021 Teacher of the Year at Vanston Middle School in Mesquite ISD.

HR 1939 (by Neave, Rose, Bowers, and Crockett), Congratulating Shelly Regan on being named the 2021 Teacher of the Year at West Mesquite High School in Mesquite ISD.

HR 1940 (by Neave, Rose, Bowers, and Crockett), Congratulating Theresa McWilliams on being named the 2021 Teacher of the Year at Wilkinson Middle School in Mesquite ISD.

HR 1941 (by Neave, Rose, Bowers, and Crockett), Congratulating Rudi McKay on being named the 2021 Teacher of the Year at Woolley Middle School in Mesquite ISD.

HR 1942 (by Neave, Rose, Bowers, and Crockett), Congratulating Blair Cox on being named the 2021 Teacher of the Year at Poteet High School in Mesquite ISD.

HR 1943 (by Neave, Rose, Bowers, and Crockett), Congratulating Erica Ramos on being named the 2021 Teacher of the Year at Henrie Elementary School in Mesquite ISD.

HR 1944 (by Neave, Rose, Bowers, and Crockett), Congratulating Amber McBee McMillan on being named the 2021 Teacher of the Year at Moss Elementary School in Mesquite ISD.

HR 1945 (by Neave, Rose, Bowers, and Crockett), Congratulating Courtney Fletcher on being named the 2021 Teacher of the Year at Range Elementary School in Mesquite ISD.

HR 1946 (by Neave, Rose, Bowers, and Crockett), Congratulating Kristy White on being named the 2021 Teacher of the Year at Smith Elementary School in Mesquite ISD.

HR 1947 (by Herrero), Congratulating the Moody High School choir on winning sweepstakes honors in the 2021 UIL Concert & Sight-Reading Evaluation.

HR 1948 (by Price), Commending Golden Plains Community Hospital of Hutchinson County for its service during the COVID-19 pandemic.

HR 1949 (by Price), Commending Hal Talton for his service as chief of staff and general counsel to State Representative Four Price.

HR 1950 (by Metcalf), Honoring the Legislative Reference Library.

HR 1951 (by Price), Commemorating June 14, 2021, as Flag Day.

HR 1952 (by Price), Commemorating June 14, 2022, as Flag Day.

HR 1955 (by Gervin-Hawkins), Commending Justin Gonzales for his service as a legislative intern in the office of State Representative Barbara Gervin-Hawkins during the 87th Legislative Session.

HR 1957 (by Anchia), Commending Lorraine Garcia for her service as a legislative aide in the office of State Representative Rafael Anchía.

HR 1958 (by Anchia), Commending Any Ojeda for her service as a legislative intern in the office of State Representative Rafael Anchía.

HR 1959 (by Anchia), Commending Tessa Nemec for her service as a legislative aide in the office of State Representative Rafael Anchía.

HR 1960 (by Anchia), Commending Tsion Amare for her service as a legislative aide in the office of State Representative Rafael Anchía.

HR 1962 (by Geren), Commemorating the 75th anniversary of the passage of the Lanham Act.

HR 1963 (by Gervin-Hawkins), Honoring Aaronetta Pierce of San Antonio for her civic leadership.

HR 1964 (by Price), Commending Hanna Lisenbe for her service as a scheduler and legislative assistant in the office of State Representative Four Price during the 87th Legislative Session.

HR 1965 (by Gervin-Hawkins), Commending Arnold Wade of Houston for his service as a legislative intern in the office of State Representative Barbara Gervin-Hawkins.

HR 1968 (by Dutton), Recognizing the importance of school nutrition programs in providing meals to children who have faced food insecurity, especially during the COVID-19 pandemic.

HR 1973 (by Fierro), Recognizing April as Parkinson's Disease Awareness Month.

HR 1974 (by Smithee), Congratulating Jackson Harwell and Eleanor Archer of Amarillo High School on winning the 5A mixed doubles gold medal at the 2021 UIL Tennis State Tournament.

HR 1975 (by Smithee), Congratulating the Amarillo High School boys' and girls' track teams on their success at the 2021 UIL Track & Field State Meet.

HR 1976 (by Smithee), Congratulating Faith Anderson of Amarillo High School on winning a bronze medal at the 2021 UIL Wrestling State Tournament.

HR 1977 (by Smithee), Congratulating the Amarillo High School boys' basketball team on advancing to the semifinals of the 2021 UIL 5A state tournament.

HR 1978 was previously adopted.

HR 1981 (by T. King), Commending Cody Davenport on his service as the executive director and CEO of the San Antonio Stock Show & Rodeo.

HR 1995 (by Price), Commending the faculty, research staff, students, support staff, and administration of the Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center at Amarillo for their contributions in responding to the COVID-19 pandemic.

HR 1983 (by White), Commending Hayden Padgett for his leadership as chair of the Texas Young Republicans.

HR 1984 (by Neave), Congratulating Coach Jairus Mitchell for helping the Lakehill Preparatory School football team win the 2020 TAPPS Six-Man Division II state championship.

HR 1985 (by Neave), Congratulating Roger Perry for receiving a Lifetime Membership award from the Greater East Dallas Chamber of Commerce board of directors.

HR 1986 (by Neave), Congratulating Mark Ramsey on his receipt of the Chairman's Award from the Greater East Dallas Chamber of Commerce.

HR 1987 (by Neave), Congratulating Jin-Ya Huang of Dallas on her receipt of a 2021 Maura Women Helping Women Award from the Texas Women's Foundation.

HR 1988 (by Neave), Commending Manuel Tellez for establishing the nonprofit Autocare Haven in North Texas.

HR 1989 (by Neave), Congratulating Laura Jobe on being named chief information officer for Mesquite ISD.

HR 1990 (by Kacal), Commending Caleb Barkman for his service as a legislative aide in the office of State Representative Kyle Kacal.

HR 1991 (by Kacal), Congratulating Parten Wakefield of Shady W Ranch in Brazos County on his receipt of a 2021 Lone Star Land Steward Ecoregion Award.

HR 1996 (by Meza), Congratulating Deputy Chief Larry D. Simmons on his retirement from the Grand Prairie Police Department.

HR 1998 (by J. González), Commemorating the 2021 Grand Prairie Juneteenth Celebration and Parade.

HR 1999 (by J. Turner), Congratulating Joseph Sotelo on being named the Dallas Independent School District 2021 Principal of the Year for the secondary level.

HR 2000 (by Davis), Congratulating the Reverend Dr. Stephen C. Nash on retiring as senior pastor of Mount Tabor Missionary Baptist Church in Dallas.

HR 2001 (by Price), Recognizing June 2021 as National Dairy Month in Texas.

HR 2002 (by Price), Recognizing June 2022 as National Dairy Month in Texas.

HR 2003 (by M. González), Commemorating the 100th anniversary of William Beaumont Army Medical Center in El Paso.

HR 2004 (by M. González), Commemorating the 246th birthday of the U.S. Army.

HR 2010 (by Bowers, Neave, and Rose), Congratulating Torrey Rhone on becoming the first African American to serve at the rank of sergeant as a member of the Mesquite Police Department.

HR 2011 (by Gervin-Hawkins), Commending the Honorable Joey Contreras for his service as judge of the 187th Judicial District Court in Bexar County.

HR 2012 (by Gervin-Hawkins), Commending Judge Raymond Angelini for his service to Bexar County.

HR 2016 (by Gervin-Hawkins), Commending the Honorable Edward C. Prado for his service as a state and federal judge and as U.S. ambassador to Argentina.

HR 2017 (by Guillen), Congratulating Crisanto Salinas on his retirement as city manager of Roma.

HR 2031 (by Buckley), Honoring Kelly Flading of Killeen for her legacy of service to her community.

HR 2042 (by Vo), Commending Nguyen Ngoc Han Kelly for her service as district liaison for State Representative Hubert Vo.

HR 2046 (by Kacal), Congratulating Grayson Nicchio on his graduation from James Bowie High School in Austin in 2021.

HR 2054 (by Shine), Commending Dustin Tropp for his service as legislative director in the office of State Representative Hugh D. Shine.

HR 2055 (by Shine), Commending Brenn Brown for her work as a legislative intern in the office of State Representative Hugh D. Shine.

HR 2056 (by Shine), Commending Leighton Brown for his service as a legislative intern in the office of State Representative Hugh D. Shine.

HR 2060 (by J.E. Johnson), Commending the staff members of State Representative Julie Johnson for their service during the 87th Legislative Session.

HR 2075 (by J.E. Johnson), Congratulating Dr. Asma Anwar of Lewisville ISD on earning a doctorate of education in organizational leadership from Abilene Christian University.

HR 2077 (by Guerra), Congratulating the Southern Methodist University Geothermal Lab on its 51st anniversary.

HR 2078 (by Guerra), Congratulating the Bureau of Economic Geology on its receipt of a Small Business Technology Transfer Phase 1 award through the United States Air Force AFWERX innovation program.

HR 2079 (by Gervin-Hawkins), Honoring retired judge Steven C. Hilbig for his contributions to Bexar County.

HR 2081 (by Neave), Commending Mitchell Crow of Dallas for his service to Texans experiencing homelessness during the February 2021 winter storm.

HR 2082 (by Guillen), Congratulating Ernesto Francisco Cavazos on his retirement as chairman of the Willacy County Democratic Party.

HR 2083 (by Allen), Honoring Lillie Schechter of Houston for her service as chair of the Harris County Democratic Party.

HR 2087 (by Kacal), Commending Judge Rick Hill for his work as president of the Justices of the Peace and Constables Association of Texas during the 87th Texas Legislature.

HR 2088 (by Anchia), Congratulating Samuel Ojeda on his college acceptance and graduation from Louis D. Brandeis High School in 2021.

HR 2089 (by J. Turner), Commending the staff and interns in the office of State Representative John Turner for their service during the 87th Legislature.

HR 2090 (by Neave), Recognizing September 30, 2021, as Vanessa Guillén Day.

HR 2091 (by Neave), Commemorating the 2021 Mesquite Juneteenth Celebration.

HR 2094 (by Neave), Recognizing Diez y Seis de Septiembre 2021.

HR 2096 (by Neave), Congratulating Ethan Hull of Dallas on attaining the rank of Eagle Scout.

HR 2097 (by Neave), Honoring Somos Tejas for its service to the Oak Cliff area during the COVID-19 pandemic.

HR 2098 (by Neave), Congratulating Danny Kennedy of Scouts BSA Troop No. 746 on achieving the rank of Eagle Scout.

HR 2099 (by Neave), Commemorating El Día de los Muertos 2021.

HR 2101 (by Hernandez), Honoring the Fellows of the 2021 Moreno/Rangel Legislative Leadership Program.

HR 2102 (by Smithee), Congratulating the boys' and girls' wrestling teams from Randall High School in Amarillo on winning 5A titles at the 2021 UIL Wrestling State Tournament.

The resolutions were adopted.

The following memorial resolutions were laid before the house:

HR 1869 (by Guillen), In memory of Federico Falcon.

HR 1870 (by Guillen), In memory of Michael Edwin "Eddie" Kendrick Jr. of Crockett.

HR 1871 (by Guillen), In memory of Frank Garza Leal of Pleasanton.

HR 1872 (by Herrero), In memory of Emilia "Millie" Ybarra Phillips.

HR 1877 (by Gervin-Hawkins), In memory of William and Addie Garner of San Antonio.

HR 1888 (by Neave), In memory of Joseph "JoJo" Arbennie Townsend Howard of Dallas.

HR 1953 (by Guillen), In memory of Guadalupe and Elia Munoz.

HR 1954 (by Guillen), In memory of Toraldo and Josefa Perez of Rio Grande City.

HR 1956 (by Campos), In memory of Patsy H. Gonzales of Bexar County.

HR 1961 (by Guillen), In memory of Gilberto Trejo of Rio Grande City.

HR 1970 (by Guillen), In memory of Lauro and Maria Celia Lopez of Rio Grande City.

HR 1971 (by Vasut), In memory of Brazoria County Deputy Constable Brad Andrew Briscoe.

HR 1972 (by Vasut), In memory of Billy Ray Richardson of Angleton.

HR 1979 (by Zwiener), In memory of Cheryl Brandner Archer of San Marcos.

HR 1980 (by Zwiener), In memory of William Douglas Payea Rios of San Marcos.

HR 1992 (by Vasut), In memory of Lillian Ruth Hertel of Angleton.

HR 2013 (by Gervin-Hawkins), Commemorating the life and service of Judge Pat Priest.

HR 2015 (by Gervin-Hawkins), Paying tribute to the memory of the Honorable John Gallardo Benavides, the first Mexican American appointed as a district judge of Bexar County.

HR 2018 (by Guillen), In memory of Virginia Q. Cantu of Boerne.

HR 2019 (by Guillen), In memory of Hortensia G. Serna of San Diego, Texas.

HR 2020 (by Guillen), In memory of Roberto and Hermidia Trevino of Kingsville.

HR 2021 (by Guillen), In memory of Rene J. Gonzalez of Rio Grande City.

HR 2023 (by Guillen), In memory of Felix Rendon of Poteet.

HR 2024 (by Guillen), In memory of Guadalupe M. Peña of Rio Grande City.

HR 2025 (by Guillen), In memory of Hector F. Ramos of Hebbronville.

HR 2026 (by Guillen), In memory of Corando B. Perez of San Diego, Texas.

HR 2028 (by Guillen), In memory of Bryan James Boyd of Pleasanton.

HR 2029 (by Guillen), In memory of Don McAskill of Jourdanton.

HR 2030 (by Guillen), Paying tribute to the life of Carlos Segura Casas of McMullen County.

HR 2032 (by Guillen), In memory of Jack Erwin Rutherford of Jourdanton.

HR 2033 (by Guillen), In memory of Luis Angel Gomez Sr. of Rio Grande City.

HR 2034 (by Guillen), In memory of Flavio Villarreal Sr. of El Sauz.

HR 2035 (by Guillen), In memory of Renato Borromeo Chavez of Rio Grande City.

HR 2036 (by Swanson), In memory of Dwight "Clint" Moore.

HR 2037 (by Guillen), In memory of Silbiano Morin Gonzalez of Cotulla.

HR 2038 (by Swanson), In memory of Russell Mark Taylor.

HR 2039 (by Guillen), In memory of John William Hayes.

HR 2040 (by Guillen), In memory of Zenaida Montemayor of San Diego.

HR 2041 (by Guillen), In memory of Onofre Baldemar Rodriguez of Roma.

HR 2043 (by Guillen), In memory of Joseph R. Paton of Freer.

HR 2044 (by Guillen), In memory of Juan Roberto Garcia of Falfurrias.

HR 2045 (by Guillen), In memory of Willie E. Sneed of Poteet.

HR 2047 (by Kacal, Burns, Parker, Bailes, and M. González), In memory of James B. Prewitt.

HR 2048 (by Guillen), In memory of John Stanley Vyvlecka Jr.

HR 2049 (by Guillen), In memory of Norman Neal Hahn of Pleasanton.

HR 2050 (by Guillen), In memory of Dillard H. Wied of Hebbronville.

HR 2051 (by Guillen), In memory of Maria "Cuca" Refugia Cantu of Charlotte.

HR 2052 (by Guillen), In memory of Napoleon G. "Polo" Sanchez of Lytle.

HR 2053 (by Guillen), In memory of Charles Robert Oelkers of Pleasanton.

HR 2057 (by Guillen), In memory of Alton Raymond "Ray" Samsel of Pleasanton.

HR 2058 (by Guillen), In memory of Robert Eugene "Bob" Dismang.

HR 2059 (by Guillen), In memory of Roberto G. Rodriguez of Rio Grande City.

HR 2061 (by Guillen), In memory of Oscar R. Vela of Falfurrias.

HR 2062 (by Guillen), In memory of Daniel Ray Neal of Poteet.

HR 2063 (by Guillen), In memory of Humberto Villarreal of Falfurrias.

HR 2064 (by Guillen), In memory of Abraham Ruiz of Raymondville.

HR 2065 (by Guillen), In memory of Jimmie Edward Jones.

HR 2066 (by Guillen), In memory of Fred Earl Bennett Jr. of Poteet.

HR 2067 (by Guillen), In memory of Roger Olivares Cumpian.

HR 2068 (by Guillen), In memory of Herschel Harold Hall of Cotulla.

HR 2069 (by Guillen), In memory of Romeo Garcia of Rio Grande City.

HR 2070 (by Guillen), In memory of Jose "Chuy" Jesus Ruiz of Hebbronville.

HR 2071 (by Guillen), In memory of Leonel Molina Saenz of Realitos.

HR 2072 (by Guillen), In memory of Jaime Garcia of San Diego, Texas.

HR 2073 (by Guillen), In memory of Daniel Garcia of Garciasville.

HR 2074 (by Guillen), In memory of Gilberto Garza Saenz of Falfurrias.

HR 2080 (by Moody), In memory of Dr. Lucy Therese Scarbrough of El Paso.

HR 2092 (by Neave), In memory of George Eric Cassity of Las Vegas, Nevada.

HR 2095 (by Toth), In memory of the Reverend Donald R. Gebert of The Woodlands.

HR 2100 (by Spiller), In memory of John S. Aston of Gainesville.

HR 2103 (by Crockett), In memory of Mable Louise Moffitt of Dallas.

The resolutions were unanimously adopted by a rising vote.

(Speaker in the chair)

PROVIDING FOR ADJOURNMENT SINE DIE

At 1:28 p.m., Representative Moody moved that, at the conclusion of the receiving of messages from the senate, the signing of bills and resolutions, and administrative matters, the house stand adjourned sine die in memory of the victims of the August 3, 2019, Walmart shooting in El Paso: Jordan Anchondo, Andre Anchondo, Arturo Benavidez, Javier Rodriguez, Sara Esther Regalado Moriel, Adolfo Cerros Hernández, Gloria Irma Marquez, María Eugenia Legarreta Rothe, Ivan Manzano, Juan de Dios Velázquez Chairez, David Johnson, Leonardo Campos Jr., Maribel Campos (Loya), Angelina Silva Englisbee, Maria Flores, Raul Flores, Jorge Calvillo Garcia, Alexander Gerhard Hoffman, Luis Alfonzo Juarez, Elsa Mendoza de la Mora, Margie Reckard, Teresa Sanchez, and Memo Garcia.

The motion prevailed.

The chair called the house to order at 2:48 p.m.

MESSAGE FROM THE SENATE

A message from the senate was received at this time (see the addendum to the daily journal, Messages from the Senate, Message No. 3).

HOUSE AT EASE

At 2:49 p.m., the chair announced that the house would stand at ease.

The chair called the house to order at 6:15 pm.

BILLS AND RESOLUTIONS SIGNED BY THE SPEAKER

Notice was given at this time that the speaker had signed bills and resolutions in the presence of the house (see the addendum to the daily journal, Signed by the Speaker, House List No. 38 and Senate List Nos. 20, 21, and 22).

ADJOURNMENT SINE DIE

In accordance with a previous motion, Speaker Phelan, at 6:20 p.m., pronounced the House of Representatives of the Regular Session of the Eighty-Seventh Legislature adjourned sine die.



ADDENDUM


REFERRED TO COMMITTEES

The following bills and joint resolutions were today laid before the house, read first time, and referred to committees, and the following resolutions were today laid before the house and referred to committees. If indicated, the chair today corrected the referral of the following measures:

List No. 1

HR 1981 (By T. King), Commending Cody Davenport on his service as the executive director and CEO of the San Antonio Stock Show & Rodeo.
To Resolutions Calendars.

HR 1983 (By White), Commending Hayden Padgett for his leadership as chair of the Texas Young Republicans.
To Resolutions Calendars.

HR 1984 (By Neave), Congratulating Coach Jairus Mitchell for helping the Lakehill Preparatory School football team win the 2020 TAPPS Six-Man Division II state championship.
To Resolutions Calendars.

HR 1985 (By Neave), Congratulating Roger Perry for receiving a Lifetime Membership award from the Greater East Dallas Chamber of Commerce board of directors.
To Resolutions Calendars.

HR 1986 (By Neave), Congratulating Mark Ramsey on his receipt of the Chairman's Award from the Greater East Dallas Chamber of Commerce.
To Resolutions Calendars.

HR 1987 (By Neave), Congratulating Jin-Ya Huang of Dallas on her receipt of a 2021 Maura Women Helping Women Award from the Texas Women's Foundation.
To Resolutions Calendars.

HR 1988 (By Neave), Commending Manuel Tellez for establishing the nonprofit Autocare Haven in North Texas.
To Resolutions Calendars.

HR 1989 (By Neave), Congratulating Laura Jobe on being named chief information officer for Mesquite ISD.
To Resolutions Calendars.

HR 1990 (By Kacal), Commending Caleb Barkman for his service as a legislative aide in the office of State Representative Kyle Kacal.
To Resolutions Calendars.

HR 1991 (By Kacal), Congratulating Parten Wakefield of Shady W Ranch in Brazos County on his receipt of a 2021 Lone Star Land Steward Ecoregion Award.
To Resolutions Calendars.

HR 1992 (By Vasut), In memory of Lillian Ruth Hertel of Angleton.
To Resolutions Calendars.

HR 1995 (By Price), Commending the faculty, research staff, students, support staff, and administration of the Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center at Amarillo for their contributions in responding to the COVID-19 pandemic.
To Resolutions Calendars.

HR 1996 (By Meza), Congratulating Deputy Chief Larry D. Simmons on his retirement from the Grand Prairie Police Department.
To Resolutions Calendars.

HR 1998 (By J. González), Commemorating the 2021 Grand Prairie Juneteenth Celebration and Parade.
To Resolutions Calendars.

HR 1999 (By J. Turner), Congratulating Joseph Sotelo on being named the Dallas Independent School District 2021 Principal of the Year for the secondary level.
To Resolutions Calendars.

HR 2000 (By Davis), Congratulating the Reverend Dr. Stephen C. Nash on retiring as senior pastor of Mount Tabor Missionary Baptist Church in Dallas.
To Resolutions Calendars.

HR 2001 (By Price), Recognizing June 2021 as National Dairy Month in Texas.
To Resolutions Calendars.

HR 2002 (By Price), Recognizing June 2022 as National Dairy Month in Texas.
To Resolutions Calendars.

HR 2003 (By M. González), Commemorating the 100th anniversary of William Beaumont Army Medical Center in El Paso.
To Resolutions Calendars.

HR 2004 (By M. González), Commemorating the 246th birthday of the U.S. Army.
To Resolutions Calendars.

HR 2010 (By Bowers, Neave, and Rose), Congratulating Torrey Rhone on becoming the first African American to serve at the rank of sergeant as a member of the Mesquite Police Department.
To Resolutions Calendars.

HR 2011 (By Gervin-Hawkins), Commending the Honorable Joey Contreras for his service as judge of the 187th Judicial District Court in Bexar County.
To Resolutions Calendars.

HR 2012 (By Gervin-Hawkins), Commending Judge Raymond Angelini for his service to Bexar County.
To Resolutions Calendars.

HR 2013 (By Gervin-Hawkins), Commemorating the life and service of Judge Pat Priest.
To Resolutions Calendars.

HR 2015 (By Gervin-Hawkins), Paying tribute to the memory of the Honorable John Gallardo Benavides, the first Mexican American appointed as a district judge of Bexar County.
To Resolutions Calendars.

HR 2016 (By Gervin-Hawkins), Commending the Honorable Edward C. Prado for his service as a state and federal judge and as U.S. ambassador to Argentina.
To Resolutions Calendars.

HR 2017 (By Guillen), Congratulating Crisanto Salinas on his retirement as city manager of Roma.
To Resolutions Calendars.

HR 2018 (By Guillen), In memory of Virginia Q. Cantu of Boerne.
To Resolutions Calendars.

HR 2019 (By Guillen), In memory of Hortensia G. Serna of San Diego, Texas.
To Resolutions Calendars.

HR 2020 (By Guillen), In memory of Roberto and Hermidia Trevino of Kingsville.
To Resolutions Calendars.

HR 2021 (By Guillen), In memory of Rene J. Gonzalez of Rio Grande City.
To Resolutions Calendars.

HR 2023 (By Guillen), In memory of Felix Rendon of Poteet.
To Resolutions Calendars.

HR 2024 (By Guillen), In memory of Guadalupe M. Peña of Rio Grande City.
To Resolutions Calendars.

HR 2025 (By Guillen), In memory of Hector F. Ramos of Hebbronville.
To Resolutions Calendars.

HR 2026 (By Guillen), In memory of Corando B. Perez of San Diego, Texas.
To Resolutions Calendars.

HR 2028 (By Guillen), In memory of Bryan James Boyd of Pleasanton.
To Resolutions Calendars.

HR 2029 (By Guillen), In memory of Don McAskill of Jourdanton.
To Resolutions Calendars.

HR 2030 (By Guillen), Paying tribute to the life of Carlos Segura Casas of McMullen County.
To Resolutions Calendars.

HR 2031 (By Buckley), Honoring Kelly Flading of Killeen for her legacy of service to her community.
To Resolutions Calendars.

HR 2032 (By Guillen), In memory of Jack Erwin Rutherford of Jourdanton.
To Resolutions Calendars.

HR 2033 (By Guillen), In memory of Luis Angel Gomez Sr. of Rio Grande City.
To Resolutions Calendars.

HR 2034 (By Guillen), In memory of Flavio Villarreal Sr. of El Sauz.
To Resolutions Calendars.

HR 2035 (By Guillen), In memory of Renato Borromeo Chavez of Rio Grande City.
To Resolutions Calendars.

HR 2036 (By Swanson), In memory of Dwight "Clint" Moore.
To Resolutions Calendars.

HR 2037 (By Guillen), In memory of Silbiano Morin Gonzalez of Cotulla.
To Resolutions Calendars.

HR 2038 (By Swanson), In memory of Russell Mark Taylor.
To Resolutions Calendars.

HR 2039 (By Guillen), In memory of John William Hayes.
To Resolutions Calendars.

HR 2040 (By Guillen), In memory of Zenaida Montemayor of San Diego.
To Resolutions Calendars.

HR 2041 (By Guillen), In memory of Onofre Baldemar Rodriguez of Roma.
To Resolutions Calendars.

HR 2042 (By Vo), Commending Nguyen Ngoc Han Kelly for her service as district liaison for State Representative Hubert Vo.
To Resolutions Calendars.

HR 2043 (By Guillen), In memory of Joseph R. Paton of Freer.
To Resolutions Calendars.

HR 2044 (By Guillen), In memory of Juan Roberto Garcia of Falfurrias.
To Resolutions Calendars.

HR 2045 (By Guillen), In memory of Willie E. Sneed of Poteet.
To Resolutions Calendars.

HR 2046 (By Kacal), Congratulating Grayson Nicchio on his graduation from James Bowie High School in Austin in 2021.
To Resolutions Calendars.

HR 2047 (By Kacal, Burns, Parker, Bailes, and M. González), In memory of James B. Prewitt.
To Resolutions Calendars.

HR 2048 (By Guillen), In memory of John Stanley Vyvlecka Jr.
To Resolutions Calendars.

HR 2049 (By Guillen), In memory of Norman Neal Hahn of Pleasanton.
To Resolutions Calendars.

HR 2050 (By Guillen), In memory of Dillard H. Wied of Hebbronville.
To Resolutions Calendars.

HR 2051 (By Guillen), In memory of Maria "Cuca" Refugia Cantu of Charlotte.
To Resolutions Calendars.

HR 2052 (By Guillen), In memory of Napoleon G. "Polo" Sanchez of Lytle.
To Resolutions Calendars.

HR 2053 (By Guillen), In memory of Charles Robert Oelkers of Pleasanton.
To Resolutions Calendars.

HR 2054 (By Shine), Commending Dustin Tropp for his service as legislative director in the office of State Representative Hugh D. Shine.
To Resolutions Calendars.

HR 2055 (By Shine), Commending Brenn Brown for her work as a legislative intern in the office of State Representative Hugh D. Shine.
To Resolutions Calendars.

HR 2056 (By Shine), Commending Leighton Brown for his service as a legislative intern in the office of State Representative Hugh D. Shine.
To Resolutions Calendars.

HR 2057 (By Guillen), In memory of Alton Raymond "Ray" Samsel of Pleasanton.
To Resolutions Calendars.

HR 2058 (By Guillen), In memory of Robert Eugene "Bob" Dismang.
To Resolutions Calendars.

HR 2059 (By Guillen), In memory of Roberto G. Rodriguez of Rio Grande City.
To Resolutions Calendars.

HR 2060 (By J.E. Johnson), Commending the staff members of State Representative Julie Johnson for their service during the 87th Legislative Session.
To Resolutions Calendars.

HR 2061 (By Guillen), In memory of Oscar R. Vela of Falfurrias.
To Resolutions Calendars.

HR 2062 (By Guillen), In memory of Daniel Ray Neal of Poteet.
To Resolutions Calendars.

HR 2063 (By Guillen), In memory of Humberto Villarreal of Falfurrias.
To Resolutions Calendars.

HR 2064 (By Guillen), In memory of Abraham Ruiz of Raymondville.
To Resolutions Calendars.

HR 2065 (By Guillen), In memory of Jimmie Edward Jones.
To Resolutions Calendars.

HR 2066 (By Guillen), In memory of Fred Earl Bennett Jr. of Poteet.
To Resolutions Calendars.

HR 2067 (By Guillen), In memory of Roger Olivares Cumpian.
To Resolutions Calendars.

HR 2068 (By Guillen), In memory of Herschel Harold Hall of Cotulla.
To Resolutions Calendars.

HR 2069 (By Guillen), In memory of Romeo Garcia of Rio Grande City.
To Resolutions Calendars.

HR 2070 (By Guillen), In memory of Jose "Chuy" Jesus Ruiz of Hebbronville.
To Resolutions Calendars.

HR 2071 (By Guillen), In memory of Leonel Molina Saenz of Realitos.
To Resolutions Calendars.

HR 2072 (By Guillen), In memory of Jaime Garcia of San Diego, Texas.
To Resolutions Calendars.

HR 2073 (By Guillen), In memory of Daniel Garcia of Garciasville.
To Resolutions Calendars.

HR 2074 (By Guillen), In memory of Gilberto Garza Saenz of Falfurrias.
To Resolutions Calendars.

HR 2075 (By J.E. Johnson), Congratulating Dr. Asma Anwar of Lewisville ISD on earning a doctorate of education in organizational leadership from Abilene Christian University.
To Resolutions Calendars.

HR 2077 (By Guerra), Congratulating the Southern Methodist University Geothermal Lab on its 51st anniversary.
To Resolutions Calendars.

HR 2078 (By Guerra), Congratulating the Bureau of Economic Geology on its receipt of a Small Business Technology Transfer Phase 1 award through the United States Air Force AFWERX innovation program.
To Resolutions Calendars.

HR 2079 (By Gervin-Hawkins), Honoring retired judge Steven C. Hilbig for his contributions to Bexar County.
To Resolutions Calendars.

HR 2080 (By Moody), In memory of Dr. Lucy Therese Scarbrough of El Paso.
To Resolutions Calendars.

HR 2081 (By Neave), Commending Mitchell Crow of Dallas for his service to Texans experiencing homelessness during the February 2021 winter storm.
To Resolutions Calendars.

HR 2082 (By Guillen), Congratulating Ernesto Francisco Cavazos on his retirement as chairman of the Willacy County Democratic Party.
To Resolutions Calendars.

HR 2083 (By Allen), Honoring Lillie Schechter of Houston for her service as chair of the Harris County Democratic Party.
To Resolutions Calendars.

HR 2087 (By Kacal), Commending Judge Rick Hill for his work as president of the Justices of the Peace and Constables Association of Texas during the 87th Texas Legislature.
To Resolutions Calendars.

HR 2088 (By Anchia), Congratulating Samuel Ojeda on his college acceptance and graduation from Louis D. Brandeis High School in 2021.
To Resolutions Calendars.

HR 2089 (By J. Turner), Commending the staff and interns in the office of State Representative John Turner for their service during the 87th Legislature.
To Resolutions Calendars.

HR 2090 (By Neave), Recognizing September 30, 2021, as Vanessa Guillén Day.
To Resolutions Calendars.

HR 2091 (By Neave), Commemorating the 2021 Mesquite Juneteenth Celebration.
To Resolutions Calendars.

HR 2092 (By Neave), In memory of George Eric Cassity of Las Vegas, Nevada.
To Resolutions Calendars.

HR 2094 (By Neave), Recognizing Diez y Seis de Septiembre 2021.
To Resolutions Calendars.

HR 2095 (By Toth), In memory of the Reverend Donald R. Gebert of The Woodlands.
To Resolutions Calendars.

HR 2096 (By Neave), Congratulating Ethan Hull of Dallas on attaining the rank of Eagle Scout.
To Resolutions Calendars.

HR 2097 (By Neave), Honoring Somos Tejas for its service to the Oak Cliff area during the COVID-19 pandemic.
To Resolutions Calendars.

HR 2098 (By Neave), Congratulating Danny Kennedy of Scouts BSA Troop No. 746 on achieving the rank of Eagle Scout.
To Resolutions Calendars.

HR 2099 (By Neave), Commemorating El Día de los Muertos 2021.
To Resolutions Calendars.

HR 2100 (By Spiller), In memory of John S. Aston of Gainesville.
To Resolutions Calendars.

List No. 2

HR 2101 (By Hernandez), Honoring the Fellows of the 2021 Moreno/Rangel Legislative Leadership Program.
To Resolutions Calendars.

HR 2102 (By Smithee), Congratulating the boys' and girls' wrestling teams from Randall High School in Amarillo on winning 5A titles at the 2021 UIL Wrestling State Tournament.
To Resolutions Calendars.

HR 2103 (By Crockett), In memory of Mable Louise Moffitt of Dallas.
To Resolutions Calendars.

SIGNED BY THE SPEAKER

The following bills and resolutions were today signed in the presence of the house by the speaker:

House List No. 34

HB 700, HB 1520, HB 2064, HB 2352, HB 2497, HB 2519, HB 2607, HB 2721, HB 2730, HB 2850, HB 2857, HB 2896, HB 2911, HB 2924, HB 2950, HB 2951, HB 3009, HB 3026, HB 3115, HB 3121, HB 3131, HB 3135, HB 3140, HB 3157, HB 3203, HB 3217, HB 3257, HB 3261, HB 3271, HB 3286, HB 3324, HB 3433, HB 3436, HB 3512, HB 3530, HB 3597, HB 3617, HB 3630, HB 4580, HB 4606, HB 4612, HB 4615, HB 4626, HB 4662, HB 4663, HB 4666, HB 4667, HB 4669, HCR 62, HCR 84, HJR 99

House List No. 35

HB 525, HB 3107, HB 3374, HB 3379, HB 3388, HB 3415, HB 3452, HB 3521, HB 3571, HB 3584, HB 3643, HB 3665, HB 3712, HB 3767, HB 3807, HB 3821, HB 3853, HB 3927, HB 3932, HB 3938, HB 3961, HB 3979, HB 4056, HB 4103, HB 4293, HB 4344, HB 4346, HB 4368, HB 4472, HB 4509, HB 4544, HB 4545, HB 4555, HB 4590, HB 4604, HB 4609, HB 4611, HB 4614, HB 4616, HB 4634, HB 4635, HB 4641, HB 4642, HB 4645, HB 4646, HB 4649, HB 4650, HB 4651, HB 4652, HB 4654, HB 4658, HB 4659, HB 4665, HCR 54, HCR 89, HCR 107

House List No. 37

HB 572, HB 686, HB 769, HB 900, HB 1281, HB 1493, HB 1540, HB 1560, HB 1758, HB 1869, HB 1929, HB 2315, HB 2462, HB 2483, HB 2658, HB 3282, HB 3459, HB 3476, HB 3578, HB 3607, HB 3648, HB 3720, HB 3752, HB 3898, HB 3924, HB 3973, HB 4018, HB 4110, HB 4124, HB 4294, HB 4374, HB 4584, HB 4628, HB 4638, HCR 108, HCR 109, HCR 110, HCR 111, HCR 112

House List No. 38

HB 1322, HB 1525, HB 1900, HB 1987, HB 3774, HB 4492, HB 4627, HCR 114, HCR 116, HCR 117, HCR 118, HCR 119

Senate List No. 20

SB 165, SB 282, SB 312, SB 313, SB 318, SB 334, SB 415, SB 445, SB 456, SB 464, SB 475, SB 477, SB 576, SB 611, SB 615, SB 642, SB 827, SB 841, SB 860, SB 916, SB 959, SB 1047, SB 1061, SB 1090, SB 1094, SB 1095, SB 1117, SB 1125, SB 1137, SB 1155, SB 1167, SB 1191, SB 1208, SB 1227, SB 1244, SB 1296, SB 1336, SB 1353, SB 1357, SB 1441, SB 1465, SB 1480, SB 1541, SB 1578, SB 1590, SB 1605, SB 1679, SB 1692, SB 1761, SB 1808, SB 1817, SB 1854, SB 1876, SB 1888, SB 1900, SB 1917, SB 1919, SB 1923, SB 1949, SB 1984, SB 2013, SB 2016, SB 2049, SB 2054, SB 2066, SB 2081, SB 2166, SB 2188, SB 2193, SB 2212, SB 2222, SB 2243, SCR 21

Senate List No. 21

SB 6, SB 13, SB 19, SB 20, SB 24, SB 25, SB 30, SB 36, SB 63, SB 69, SB 112, SB 219, SB 225, SB 279, SB 331, SB 348, SB 369, SB 398, SB 424, SB 437, SB 504, SB 598, SB 617, SB 623, SB 640, SB 746, SB 768, SB 790, SB 801, SB 1019, SB 1088, SB 1102, SB 1132, SB 1351, SB 1385, SB 1421, SB 1458, SB 1531, SB 1575, SB 1580, SB 1668, SB 1696, SB 1772, SB 1856, SB 1895, SB 1896, SB 1911, SB 1990, SB 1997, SCR 31, SCR 50, SCR 54, SCR 56

Senate List No. 22

SB 1, SB 2, SB 3, SB 15, SB 22, SB 23, SB 41, SB 49, SB 64, SB 111, SB 204, SB 248, SB 281, SB 288, SB 295, SB 321, SB 383, SB 452, SB 462, SB 500, SB 572, SB 601, SB 604, SB 626, SB 696, SB 703, SB 705, SB 713, SB 766, SB 794, SB 799, SB 800, SB 855, SB 910, SB 966, SB 967, SB 968, SB 969, SB 970, SB 984, SB 1065, SB 1071, SB 1109, SB 1123, SB 1138, SB 1160, SB 1164, SB 1232, SB 1267, SB 1281, SB 1308, SB 1315, SB 1356, SB 1365, SB 1397, SB 1438, SB 1495, SB 1588, SB 1648, SB 1704, SB 1716, SB 1827, SB 1831, SB 1921, SB 1936, SB 2038, SB 2050, SB 2116, SB 2124, SB 2154, SB 2181, SB 2185, SB 2230, SCR 55, SCR 57, SCR 58, SCR 59, SCR 60


MESSAGES FROM THE SENATE

The following messages from the senate were today received by the house:

Message No. 1

MESSAGE FROM THE SENATE
SENATE CHAMBER
Austin, Texas
Monday, May 31, 2021

The Honorable Speaker of the House
House Chamber
Austin, Texas

Mr. Speaker:

I am directed by the senate to inform the house that the senate has taken the following action:

THE SENATE HAS CONCURRED IN THE HOUSE AMENDMENTS TO THE FOLLOWING MEASURES:

SB 1921
(31 Yeas, 0 Nays)



THE SENATE HAS ADOPTED THE FOLLOWING CONFERENCE COMMITTEE REPORTS:

HB 20
(21 Yeas, 10 Nays)



HB 492
(30 Yeas, 1 Nay)



HB 3774
(31 Yeas, 0 Nays)



HB 4492
(25 Yeas, 6 Nays)



SB 2
(27 Yeas, 4 Nays)



SB 3
(31 Yeas, 0 Nays)



SB 1281
(31 Yeas, 0 Nays)



SB 1648
(31 Yeas, 0 Nays)



SB 1776
(23 Yeas, 8 Nays)



Respectfully,
Patsy Spaw
Secretary of the Senate

Message No. 2

MESSAGE FROM THE SENATE
SENATE CHAMBER
Austin, Texas
Monday, May 31, 2021 - 2

The Honorable Speaker of the House
House Chamber
Austin, Texas

Mr. Speaker:

I am directed by the senate to inform the house that the senate has taken the following action:

THE SENATE HAS PASSED THE FOLLOWING MEASURES:

SCR 59
Kolkhorst
SPONSOR: Klick
Instructing the enrolling clerk of the senate to make corrections in S.B. No. 968.

SCR 60
Hancock
SPONSOR: King, Phil
Instructing the enrolling clerk of the senate to make corrections in SB 1281.

Respectfully,
Patsy Spaw
Secretary of the Senate

Message No. 3

MESSAGE FROM THE SENATE
SENATE CHAMBER
Austin, Texas
Monday, May 31, 2021 - 3

The Honorable Speaker of the House
House Chamber
Austin, Texas

Mr. Speaker:

I am directed by the senate to inform the house that the senate has taken the following action:

THE SENATE HAS PASSED THE FOLLOWING MEASURES:

HCR 114
Shaheen
SPONSOR: Zaffirini
Instructing the enrolling clerk of the house to make a correction in H.B. No. 1322.

HCR 116
Sanford
SPONSOR: Springer
Instructing the enrolling clerk of the house to make corrections in H.B. No. 4627.

HCR 117
Huberty
SPONSOR: Taylor
Instructing the enrolling clerk of the house to make corrections in H.B. No. 1525.

HCR 118
Leach
SPONSOR: Huffman
Instructing the enrolling clerk of the house to make corrections in H.B. No. 3774.

HCR 119
Vasut
SPONSOR: Taylor
Instructing the enrolling clerk of the house to make corrections in H.B. No. 1987.

Respectfully,
Patsy Spaw
Secretary of the Senate


APPENDIX


ENGROSSED

May 30 - HCR 112


ENROLLED

May 30 - HB 5, HB 79, HB 133, HB 525, HB 572, HB 686, HB 700, HB 721, HB 757, HB 769, HB 900, HB 1027, HB 1154, HB 1252, HB 1281, HB 1301, HB 1315, HB 1410, HB 1480, HB 1493, HB 1505, HB 1520, HB 1535, HB 1540, HB 1558, HB 1560, HB 1659, HB 1664, HB 1698, HB 1758, HB 1849, HB 1863, HB 1869, HB 1919, HB 1925, HB 1929, HB 1966, HB 2025, HB 2063, HB 2064, HB 2073, HB 2116, HB 2168, HB 2201, HB 2205, HB 2211, HB 2219, HB 2235, HB 2237, HB 2256, HB 2283, HB 2287, HB 2315, HB 2352, HB 2357, HB 2365, HB 2382, HB 2448, HB 2462, HB 2483, HB 2497, HB 2519, HB 2521, HB 2535, HB 2595, HB 2607, HB 2610, HB 2633, HB 2658, HB 2667, HB 2681, HB 2706, HB 2721, HB 2730, HB 2803, HB 2807, HB 2835, HB 2850, HB 2857, HB 2896, HB 2911, HB 2924, HB 2950, HB 2951, HB 3009, HB 3026, HB 3107, HB 3115, HB 3121, HB 3131, HB 3135, HB 3140, HB 3157, HB 3203, HB 3217, HB 3257, HB 3261, HB 3271, HB 3282, HB 3286, HB 3324, HB 3374, HB 3379, HB 3388, HB 3415, HB 3433, HB 3436, HB 3452, HB 3459, HB 3476, HB 3512, HB 3521, HB 3530, HB 3571, HB 3578, HB 3584, HB 3597, HB 3607, HB 3617, HB 3630, HB 3643, HB 3648, HB 3665, HB 3712, HB 3720, HB 3752, HB 3767, HB 3807, HB 3821, HB 3853, HB 3898, HB 3924, HB 3927, HB 3932, HB 3938, HB 3961, HB 3973, HB 3979, HB 4018, HB 4056, HB 4103, HB 4110, HB 4124, HB 4293, HB 4294, HB 4344, HB 4346, HB 4368, HB 4374, HB 4472, HB 4509, HB 4544, HB 4545, HB 4555, HB 4580, HB 4584, HB 4590, HB 4604, HB 4606, HB 4609, HB 4611, HB 4612, HB 4614, HB 4615, HB 4616, HB 4626, HB 4628, HB 4634, HB 4635, HB 4638, HB 4641, HB 4642, HB 4645, HB 4646, HB 4649, HB 4650, HB 4651, HB 4652, HB 4654, HB 4658, HB 4659, HB 4662, HB 4663, HB 4665, HB 4666, HB 4667, HB 4669, HCR 29, HCR 54, HCR 62, HCR 84, HCR 89, HCR 107, HCR 112, HCR 113, HJR 99

May 31 - HB 1322, HB 1525, HB 1900, HB 1987, HB 3774, HB 4492, HB 4627, HCR 108, HCR 109, HCR 110, HCR 111, HCR 114, HCR 116, HCR 117, HCR 118, HCR 119


SENT TO THE GOVERNOR

May 30 - HCR 113

May 31 - HB 4, HB 5, HB 18, HB 19, HB 29, HB 39, HB 72, HB 79, HB 80, HB 115, HB 133, HB 135, HB 222, HB 246, HB 295, HB 368, HB 385, HB 465, HB 547, HB 549, HB 558, HB 619, HB 692, HB 707, HB 721, HB 750, HB 757, HB 787, HB 872, HB 885, HB 954, HB 981, HB 988, HB 1027, HB 1115, HB 1154, HB 1164, HB 1172, HB 1193, HB 1239, HB 1240, HB 1247, HB 1252, HB 1301, HB 1315, HB 1321, HB 1371, HB 1400, HB 1410, HB 1423, HB 1456, HB 1480, HB 1505, HB 1518, HB 1526, HB 1535, HB 1554, HB 1558, HB 1564, HB 1578, HB 1659, HB 1664, HB 1681, HB 1698, HB 1706, HB 1753, HB 1802, HB 1849, HB 1863, HB 1919, HB 1925, HB 1935, HB 1966, HB 2025, HB 2063, HB 2073, HB 2086, HB 2116, HB 2168, HB 2201, HB 2205, HB 2211, HB 2219, HB 2235, HB 2237, HB 2256, HB 2283, HB 2287, HB 2357, HB 2365, HB 2382, HB 2448, HB 2521, HB 2535, HB 2595, HB 2610, HB 2633, HB 2667, HB 2681, HB 2706, HB 2757, HB 2803, HB 2807, HB 2827, HB 2831, HB 2835, HB 2879, HB 3215, HB 3289, HB 3363, HB 3375, HB 3510, HB 3606, HB 3682, HB 3746, HB 3800, HB 3833, HB 3897, HB 4048, HB 4218, HB 4356, HB 4474, HB 4578, HB 4588, HB 4589, HB 4591, HB 4592, HB 4594, HB 4605, HB 4617, HCR 24, HCR 29, HCR 46, HCR 51, HCR 67

June 1 - HB 525, HB 572, HB 686, HB 700, HB 769, HB 900, HB 1281, HB 1322, HB 1493, HB 1520, HB 1525, HB 1540, HB 1560, HB 1758, HB 1869, HB 1900, HB 1929, HB 1987, HB 2064, HB 2315, HB 2352, HB 2462, HB 2483, HB 2497, HB 2519, HB 2607, HB 2658, HB 2721, HB 2730, HB 2850, HB 2857, HB 2896, HB 2911, HB 2924, HB 2950, HB 2951, HB 3009, HB 3026, HB 3107, HB 3115, HB 3121, HB 3131, HB 3135, HB 3140, HB 3157, HB 3203, HB 3217, HB 3257, HB 3261, HB 3271, HB 3282, HB 3286, HB 3324, HB 3374, HB 3379, HB 3388, HB 3415, HB 3433, HB 3436, HB 3452, HB 3459, HB 3476, HB 3512, HB 3521, HB 3530, HB 3571, HB 3578, HB 3584, HB 3597, HB 3607, HB 3617, HB 3630, HB 3643, HB 3648, HB 3665, HB 3712, HB 3720, HB 3752, HB 3767, HB 3774, HB 3807, HB 3821, HB 3853, HB 3898, HB 3924, HB 3927, HB 3932, HB 3938, HB 3961, HB 3973, HB 3979, HB 4018, HB 4056, HB 4103, HB 4110, HB 4124, HB 4293, HB 4294, HB 4344, HB 4346, HB 4368, HB 4374, HB 4472, HB 4492, HB 4509, HB 4544, HB 4545, HB 4555, HB 4580, HB 4584, HB 4590, HB 4604, HB 4606, HB 4609, HB 4611, HB 4612, HB 4614, HB 4615, HB 4616, HB 4626, HB 4627, HB 4628, HB 4634, HB 4635, HB 4638, HB 4641, HB 4642, HB 4645, HB 4646, HB 4649, HB 4650, HB 4651, HB 4652, HB 4654, HB 4658, HB 4659, HB 4662, HB 4663, HB 4665, HB 4666, HB 4667, HB 4669, HCR 54, HCR 62, HCR 84, HCR 107, HCR 108, HCR 109, HCR 110, HCR 111

June 2 - HB 2


SENT TO THE SECRETARY OF THE STATE

June 1 - HCR 89, HCR 112, HCR 114, HCR 116, HCR 117, HCR 118, HCR 119, HJR 99


SIGNED BY THE GOVERNOR

May 30 - HCR 113

June 1 - HB 9, HB 1510, HB 1900, HB 2366

June 3 - HB 574, HB 918, HB 1071, HB 1147, HB 1197, HB 2152, HB 2404, HB 2723

June 4 - HB 159, HB 180, HB 189, HB 315, HB 365, HB 374, HB 375, HB 725, HB 763, HB 766, HB 785, HB 837, HB 851, HB 868, HB 871, HB 876, HB 914, HB 1005, HB 1011, HB 1049, HB 1080, HB 1133, HB 1213, HB 1227, HB 1228, HB 1257, HB 1264, HB 1276, HB 1296, HB 1297, HB 1372, HB 1387, HB 1397, HB 1401, HB 1403, HB 1419, HB 1434, HB 1484, HB 1543, HB 1545, HB 1572, HB 1606, HB 1618, HB 1680, HB 1693, HB 1728, HB 1752, HB 1777, HB 1792, HB 1799, HB 2048, HB 2167, HB 2223, HB 2748, HB 3041, HB 3130, HB 3132, HB 3165, HB 3394, HB 3395, HB 3496, HB 3514, HB 3615, HB 3644, HB 3689, HB 3721, HB 3769, HB 3786, HB 3788, HB 3794, HB 3799, HB 4080, HB 4436, HB 4579, HB 4585, HB 4610, HCR 106

June 7 - HB 402, HB 428, HB 690, HB 699, HB 738, HB 1338, HB 1382, HB 1475, HB 1476, HB 1576, HB 1603, HB 1616, HB 1677, HB 1904, HB 1920, HB 1936, HB 1938, HB 1939, HB 1958, HB 2004, HB 2080, HB 2083, HB 2090, HB 2091, HB 2093, HB 2106, HB 2171, HB 2213, HB 2301, HB 2326, HB 2343, HB 2374, HB 2430, HB 2530, HB 2669, HB 2698, HB 2819, HB 2822, HB 2840, HB 2841, HB 2847, HB 2893, HB 2920, HB 2941, HB 4030

June 8 - HB 1307, HB 1522, HB 2168, HB 3442, HB 3516, HB 3629, HB 3959, HB 4158

June 9 - HB 21, HB 30, HB 113, HB 458, HB 532, HB 632, HB 912, HB 963, HB 1012, HB 1062, HB 1090, HB 1128, HB 1153, HB 1156, HB 1256, HB 1258, HB 1259, HB 1284, HB 1306

June 14 - HB 295, HB 572, HB 619, HB 1967, HB 2112, HB 2509, HB 3012, HB 3069, HB 3081, HB 3088, HB 3215, HB 3363, HB 3456, HB 3481, HB 3489, HB 3510, HB 3533, HB 3564, HB 3583, HB 3746, HB 3777, HB 4202, HB 4279, HB 4361, HB 4454, HB 4477, HB 4568, HB 4664, HCR 24, HCR 25, HCR 46, HCR 51

June 15 - HB 4, HB 5, HB 18, HB 79, HB 115, HB 133, HB 222, HB 246, HB 465, HB 549, HB 569, HB 692, HB 721, HB 750, HB 757, HB 769, HB 885, HB 900, HB 957, HB 981, HB 988, HB 1027, HB 1115, HB 1154, HB 1164, HB 1172, HB 1247, HB 1252, HB 1281, HB 1301, HB 1321, HB 1371, HB 1400, HB 1456, HB 1493, HB 1505, HB 1535, HB 1554, HB 1558, HB 1560, HB 1570, HB 1578, HB 1659, HB 1664, HB 1681, HB 1706, HB 1753, HB 1788, HB 1849, HB 1863, HB 1869, HB 1906, HB 1914, HB 1925, HB 1929, HB 1935, HB 1966, HB 2022, HB 2025, HB 2058, HB 2063, HB 2073, HB 2116, HB 2201, HB 2211, HB 2225, HB 2237, HB 2256, HB 2287, HB 2315, HB 2357, HB 2361, HB 2365, HB 2382, HB 2483, HB 2521, HB 2533, HB 2535, HB 2581, HB 2595, HB 2633, HB 2681, HB 2757, HB 2807, HB 2831, HB 2879, HB 2926, HB 3107, HB 3282, HB 3374, HB 3415, HB 3476, HB 3571, HB 3578, HB 3584, HB 3606, HB 3643, HB 3665, HB 3712, HB 3800, HB 3807, HB 3821, HB 3833, HB 3853, HB 3920, HB 3927, HB 3932, HB 3938, HB 3961, HB 3979, HB 4048, HB 4056, HB 4068, HB 4293, HB 4344, HB 4368, HB 4474, HB 4578, HB 4588, HB 4589, HB 4591, HB 4592, HB 4594, HB 4617, HCR 29, HCR 67

June 16 - HB 19, HB 29, HB 39, HB 80, HB 135, HB 385, HB 624, HB 654, HB 700, HB 707, HB 781, HB 792, HB 911, HB 929, HB 1239, HB 1280, HB 1315, HB 1322, HB 1423, HB 1516, HB 1520, HB 1525, HB 1540, HB 1694, HB 1927, HB 1987, HB 2056, HB 2064, HB 2086, HB 2107, HB 2110, HB 2209, HB 2462, HB 2497, HB 2622, HB 2658, HB 2675, HB 2706, HB 2708, HB 2721, HB 2728, HB 2730, HB 2850, HB 2857, HB 2896, HB 2911, HB 2924, HB 2950, HB 3026, HB 3115, HB 3131, HB 3157, HB 3203, HB 3257, HB 3319, HB 3340, HB 3348, HB 3375, HB 3379, HB 3416, HB 3452, HB 3521, HB 3720, HB 4346, HB 4492, HB 4544, HB 4545

June 18 - HB 2, HB 368, HB 525, HB 531, HB 547, HB 558, HB 872, HB 1069, HB 1278, HB 1407, HB 1480, HB 1500, HB 1518, HB 1589, HB 2094, HB 2219, HB 2283, HB 2519, HB 2607, HB 2827, HB 3009, HB 3121, HB 3212, HB 3261, HB 3271, HB 3324, HB 3433, HB 3512, HB 3597, HB 3617, HB 3630, HB 3648, HB 3717, HB 3767, HB 3774, HB 3898, HB 3924, HB 3971, HB 3973, HB 4018, HB 4074, HB 4107, HB 4110, HB 4124, HB 4294, HB 4472, HB 4509, HB 4555, HB 4663, HCR 1, HCR 5, HCR 54, HCR 61, HCR 62, HCR 84, HCR 86, HCR 107, HCR 108, HCR 109, HCR 110, HCR 111


FILED WITHOUT THE GOVERNOR'S SIGNATURE

May 31 - HB 999

June 4 - HB 840, HB 3856, HB 4577

June 7 - HB 1729

June 14 - HB 954, HB 1410, HB 1526, HB 1571, HB 1698, HB 2235, HB 2835, HB 4103, HB 4356, HB 4668

June 15 - HB 3436, HB 4580, HB 4606, HB 4609, HB 4611, HB 4612, HB 4615, HB 4616, HB 4626, HB 4627, HB 4634, HB 4635, HB 4641, HB 4642, HB 4645, HB 4646, HB 4649, HB 4650, HB 4651, HB 4654, HB 4658, HB 4659, HB 4662, HB 4665, HB 4666

June 16 - HB 2951, HB 3140, HB 3217, HB 3682, HB 3897, HB 4614

June 18 - HB 72, HB 1564, HB 1758, HB 1802, HB 1919, HB 2205, HB 2352, HB 2416, HB 2610, HB 3286, HB 3289, HB 3388, HB 3459, HB 3530, HB 3607, HB 3610, HB 3752, HB 4374, HB 4584, HB 4590, HB 4604, HB 4605, HB 4621, HB 4628, HB 4638, HB 4652, HB 4667, HB 4669


VETOED BY THE GOVERNOR

June 18 - HB 686, HB 787, HB 1193, HB 1240, HB 1477, HB 1544, HB 2448, HB 2667, HB 2803, HB 3135, HB 3207, HB 4218