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[  Session(s): all  Chamber =  Both  Bill Type = all    Subjects =  DRUG TESTING ]

Select bill Bill Session Author & Sponsor Caption Committees Last action
HB 202 75-0 (1997) Author: Solomons, Burt Relating to screening for criminal history and drug use of applicants for public assistance benefits by health and human services agencies. House: Human Services Amendment(s) considered in committee
HB 382 75-0 (1997) Author: Wilson, Ron Relating to requiring candidates for and appointees to elective public office to submit to drug testing. House: State Affairs Referred to State Affairs
HB 1101 74-0 (1995) Author: Wilson, Ron Relating to requiring candidates for and appointees to elective public office to submit to drug testing. House: State Affairs Referred to State Affairs
HB 2776 74-0 (1995) Author: Serna, Gilbert Relating to requiring certain employees and applicants for employment at convalescent and nursing homes and related institutions to submit to drug testing. House: Public Health Referred to Public Health
HB 295 73-0 (1993) Author: Chisum, Warren | et. al. Relating to drug testing of applicants for original driver's licenses. House: Public Safety Coauthor Authorized
HB 2314 73-0 (1993) Author: Delisi, Dianne Relating to drug testing policies and drug programs for state employees. House: State Affairs Left pending in committee
HB 243 72-0 (1991) Author: Blair, Fred Relating to drug-testing policies and drug programs for certain employees and prospective employees. House: Labor and Employment Relations Referred to subcommittee
HB 268 72-0 (1991) Author: Grusendorf, Kent
Sponsor: Brown, J.E.
Relating to the manufacture, delivery, possession, or use of a substance or device designed to falsify drug test results; providing criminal penalties. House: Criminal Jurisprudence
Senate: Criminal Justice
Effective on 9/1/91
HB 1932 72-0 (1991) Author: Heflin, Talmadge Relating to drug-testing requirements for student athletes in public schools. House: Public Education Referred to Public Education
HB 2348 72-0 (1991) Author: Martinez, Roman | et. al. Relating to a drug testing program for certain job applicants and employees. House: Labor and Employment Relations No action taken in committee
HB 2349 72-0 (1991) Author: Martinez, Roman | et. al. Relating to drug testing of certain employees; providing a penalty. House: Labor and Employment Relations Referred to subcommittee
SJR 16 72-0 (1991) Author: Whitmire, John Proposing a constitutional amendment to allow random drug testing of certain governmental employees. Senate: State Affairs Referred to State Affairs
HB 4 72-2 (1991) Author: Heflin, Talmadge | et. al. Relating to drug tests for candidates for and holders of certain state and district offices. Filed
HB 97 71-0 (1989) Author: Richardson, Bob | et. al. Relating to a requirement that persons released on parole or mandatory supervision submit to testing for controlled substances as a condition of release. House: Corrections Referred to subcommittee
HB 291 71-0 (1989) Author: Criss, Lloyd | et. al.
Sponsor: Whitmire, John
Relating to drug-testing policies and drug programs for certain employees and prospective employees. House: Labor and Employment Relations
Senate: Health & Human Services
Reported favorably with substitute
HB 1163 71-0 (1989) Author: Stiles, Mark Relating to requiring certain defendants to submit to testing for controlled substances or enter a substance abuse treatment program as a condition of bond. House: Criminal Jurisprudence No action taken in subcommittee
HB 1570 71-0 (1989) Author: Wilson, Ron Relating to drug testing of employees and governing body members of municipalities. House: State Affairs Referred to State Affairs
HB 2852 71-0 (1989) Author: Polumbo, Anthony Relating to the authority of school districts to enact policies requiring drug testing for school bus drivers. House: Public Education Referred to Public Education
SB 230 71-0 (1989) Author: Whitmire, John Relating to a drug testing program for certain job applicants and employees. Senate: Health & Human Services No action taken in committee
SB 831 71-0 (1989) Author: Armbrister, Kenneth Relating to drug-testing requirements for school bus drivers. Senate: Education Left as pending business in comm.
SB 1336 71-0 (1989) Author: Armbrister, Kenneth Relating to requiring certain defendants to submit to testing for controlled substances or enter a substance abuse treatment program as a condition of bond. Senate: Criminal Justice Reported favorably with substitute
HB 38 71-1 (1989) Author: Criss, Lloyd Relating to drug testing policies and drug programs for certain employees and prospective employees. House: Labor and Employment Relations Referred to Labor & Employment Rel.
SB 29 71-1 (1989) Author: Zaffirini, Judith
Sponsor: Schlueter, Stan
Relating to a requirement that persons placed on probation and persons released on parole or mandatory supervision submit to testing for controlled substances. House: Corrections
Senate: Criminal Justice
Effective on 1/1/90
HB 105 71-2 (1989) Author: Danburg, Debra Relating to drug tests given to police officers in certain municipalities. House: Urban Affairs Referred to Urban Affairs
HB 106 71-2 (1989) Author: Danburg, Debra Relating to drug test information included in the personnel files of fire fighters and police officers in certain municipalities. House: Urban Affairs Referred to Urban Affairs

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