HB 508, HB 928, HB 972, HB 1349 on the Senate Calendar today

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Postby SewTexas » Mon May 20, 2013 5:20 pm

:hurry: yayayay :hurry: yay :hurry:

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Postby jmra » Mon May 20, 2013 5:21 pm

SewTexas wrote::hurry: yayayay :hurry: yay :hurry:

Thrilled about this!!


baldeagle wrote:Senator Patrick is announcing that the CSCOPE lesson plans are being abandoned. There will be no more lesson development under CSCOPE. Lesson plans will be developed at the local level rather than being done in a top down manner enforced by the state. SB 1406 is being pulled down, because the regional boards have agreed to abandon CSCOPE.

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Postby baldeagle » Mon May 20, 2013 7:16 pm

HB 508 passed 26 ayes, 5 nays.
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Postby baldeagle » Mon May 20, 2013 7:51 pm

HB 972 is on the Senate Intent Calendar for tomorrow. It looks like the bill may die by the session ending, which is what the opponents want.

I don't know what happened to HB 928 and HB 1314. Does anyone know if they were brought up? If they passed or not?
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Postby Pawpaw » Mon May 20, 2013 7:55 pm

baldeagle wrote:HB 972 is on the Senate Intent Calendar for tomorrow. It looks like the bill may die by the session ending, which is what the opponents want.

I don't know what happened to HB 928 and HB 1314. Does anyone know if they were brought up? If they passed or not?


TLO says they were both "Not again placed on intent calendar". Whatever that means. :headscratch
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Postby baldeagle » Mon May 20, 2013 8:21 pm

Pawpaw wrote:
baldeagle wrote:HB 972 is on the Senate Intent Calendar for tomorrow. It looks like the bill may die by the session ending, which is what the opponents want.

I don't know what happened to HB 928 and HB 1314. Does anyone know if they were brought up? If they passed or not?


TLO says they were both "Not again placed on intent calendar". Whatever that means. :headscratch

There's only two days left in the session. If they're not on the intent calendar tomorrow, they're probably dead.
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Postby CJD » Mon May 20, 2013 8:34 pm

baldeagle wrote:HB 508 passed 26 ayes, 5 nays.

What was the amendment? Since it was amended, does it have to go back to the house now?


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Postby 2firfun50 » Mon May 20, 2013 8:44 pm

CJD wrote:
baldeagle wrote:HB 508 passed 26 ayes, 5 nays.

What was the amendment? Since it was amended, does it have to go back to the house now?


TLO says Hb508 is on to the governor.


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Postby CJD » Mon May 20, 2013 9:00 pm

2firfun50 wrote:
CJD wrote:
baldeagle wrote:HB 508 passed 26 ayes, 5 nays.

What was the amendment? Since it was amended, does it have to go back to the house now?


TLO says Hb508 is on to the governor.

Are you sure? I just looked and it says "Senate passage as amended reported."


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Postby 2firfun50 » Mon May 20, 2013 9:11 pm

CJD wrote:
2firfun50 wrote:
CJD wrote:
baldeagle wrote:HB 508 passed 26 ayes, 5 nays.

What was the amendment? Since it was amended, does it have to go back to the house now?


TLO says Hb508 is on to the governor.

Are you sure? I just looked and it says "Senate passage as amended reported."


Mine says the same now. I have no idea if it has to go back. I sure hope not. I can't see the amendment.


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Postby croc870 » Mon May 20, 2013 9:28 pm

The amendment would allow elected officials to essentially carry anywhere in Texas.

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Postby jmra » Mon May 20, 2013 9:36 pm

Looks to me like one of the changes was from
"Public employee"
To
"A state agency or a political subdivision of the state"

Or maybe that was an earlier change?
http://legiscan.com/TX/text/HB508
Status: 2013-05-20 - Senate passage as amended reported
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Postby suthdj » Mon May 20, 2013 9:37 pm

croc870 wrote:The amendment would allow elected officials to essentially carry anywhere in Texas.


I hope your wrong as that will just be yet anther huge slap in our faces.
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Re: HB 508, HB 928, HB 972, HB 1349 on the Senate Calendar t

Postby jmra » Mon May 20, 2013 9:44 pm

suthdj wrote:
croc870 wrote:The amendment would allow elected officials to essentially carry anywhere in Texas.


I hope your wrong as that will just be yet anther huge slap in our faces.


If this is what we are talking about, I don't see where it says that at all.
Status: 2013-05-20 - Senate passage as amended reported
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