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HB 778 85-0 (2017) Author: Ashby, Trent Relating to a credit or refund for diesel fuel taxes paid on diesel fuel used in this state by auxiliary power units or power take-off equipment. House: Ways & Means Left pending in committee
HB 896 85-0 (2017) Author: Israel, Celia Relating to the repeal of the allowance authorized for the administration and enforcement of motor fuel taxes. House: Ways & Means Referred to Ways & Means
HB 1332 85-0 (2017) Author: Parker, Tan | et. al. Relating to the exemption of certain entities that operate ambulances from certain motor fuel taxes. House: Ways & Means Left pending in committee
HB 1351 85-0 (2017) Author: Wray, John | et. al. Relating to the prohibition of local motor fuel taxes on compressed natural gas and liquefied natural gas. House: Ways & Means Laid on the table subject to call
HB 1518 85-0 (2017) Author: Leach, Jeff | et. al. Relating to the use of money in the state highway fund for toll projects. House: Transportation Referred to Transportation
HB 2513 85-0 (2017) Author: Uresti, Tomas Relating to increasing the rate of the state diesel fuel tax. House: Ways & Means Referred to Ways & Means
HB 2925 85-0 (2017) Author: Shine, Hugh Relating to the administration of gasoline and diesel fuel motor fuels taxes and the fee on the delivery of certain petroleum products. House: Ways & Means
Senate: Finance
Referred to Finance
HB 3201 85-0 (2017) Author: Darby, Drew Relating to the severance tax exemption for oil and gas produced from certain inactive wells. House: Ways & Means Placed on General State Calendar
HB 3665 85-0 (2017) Author: Huberty, Dan Relating to the definition of volunteer fire department for purposes of certain motor fuel tax exemptions. House: Ways & Means Referred to Ways & Means
HB 3961 85-0 (2017) Author: Uresti, Tomas Relating to increasing the rates of the state gasoline and diesel fuel taxes. House: Ways & Means Referred to Ways & Means
HJR 65 85-0 (2017) Author: Leach, Jeff Proposing a constitutional amendment prohibiting the issuance of certain debt and the use of certain revenue for toll roads. House: Transportation Referred to Transportation
SB 420 85-0 (2017) Author: Perry, Charles Relating to a partial exemption for a county from taxes imposed on gasoline and diesel fuel purchased for the county's exclusive use. Senate: Finance Referred to Finance
SB 639 85-0 (2017) Author: Huffines, Don Relating to the use of money in the state highway fund for toll projects. Senate: Transportation Referred to Transportation
SB 1120 85-0 (2017) Author: Zaffirini, Judith
Sponsor: Wray, John
Relating to the prohibition of local motor fuel taxes on compressed natural gas and liquefied natural gas. House: Ways & Means
Senate: Finance
Effective immediately
SB 1557 85-0 (2017) Author: Kolkhorst, Lois
Sponsor: Shine, Hugh | et. al.
Relating to the administration of gasoline and diesel fuel motor fuels taxes and the fee on the delivery of certain petroleum products. House: Ways & Means
Senate: Finance
Effective on 1/1/18
SB 1909 85-0 (2017) Author: Campbell, Donna Relating to the use of money in the state highway fund for toll projects. Senate: Transportation Referred to Transportation
SJR 35 85-0 (2017) Author: Huffines, Don Proposing a constitutional amendment prohibiting the issuance of certain debt and the use of certain revenue for toll roads. Senate: Transportation Referred to Transportation
HB 151 84-0 (2015) Author: Guillen, Ryan Relating to authorizing a credit representing motor fuels taxes against, and imposing, a mileage tax and to the use of revenue from that tax; providing penalties. House: Ways & Means Referred to Ways & Means
HB 395 84-0 (2015) Author: McClendon, Ruth Relating to the rates of the state motor fuel taxes and to the use of additional revenue derived from those taxes; increasing the rates of certain taxes. House: Ways & Means Referred to Ways & Means
HB 399 84-0 (2015) Author: Harless, Patricia | et. al. Relating to taxes wholly or partly deposited to the credit of the state highway fund; increasing the rates of the gasoline and diesel fuel taxes and authorizing the increase or decrease of those rates in subsequent years. House: Transportation Referred to Transportation
HB 401 84-0 (2015) Author: Harless, Patricia | et. al. Relating to certain fees deposited to the credit of the state highway fund; increasing motor vehicle registration fees. House: Transportation Referred to Transportation
HB 501 84-0 (2015) Author: Guillen, Ryan Relating to the exemption of rural transit districts from motor fuel taxes. House: Ways & Means Left pending in committee
HB 776 84-0 (2015) Author: Riddle, Debbie Relating to the creation of a public integrity unit in the office of the attorney general to prosecute offenses against public administration, including ethics offenses, and offenses involving insurance fraud or the imposition of the motor fuels tax. House: General Investigating & Ethics Referred to General Investigating & Ethics
HB 940 84-0 (2015) Author: Fallon, Pat Relating to the investigation and prosecution of offenses against public administration, including ethics offenses, offenses involving insurance fraud, and offenses involving motor fuels tax. House: General Investigating & Ethics Referred to General Investigating & Ethics
HB 991 84-0 (2015) Author: Bohac, Dwayne | et. al.
Sponsor: Huffines, Don
Relating to the display of notice of federal and state tax rates for motor fuel sold at retail. House: Business & Industry
Senate: Transportation
Effective on 1/1/16
HB 1261 84-0 (2015) Author: King, Susan Lewis
Sponsor: Uresti, Carlos
Relating to the comptroller's report on the effect of certain tax provisions. House: Ways & Means
Senate: Finance
Effective on 9/1/15
HB 1361 84-0 (2015) Author: Isaac, Jason Relating to an exemption for municipalities and this state from the compressed natural gas and liquefied natural gas tax. House: Ways & Means Referred to Ways & Means
HB 1622 84-0 (2015) Author: Paul, Dennis Relating to the allocation of certain revenue derived from the state gasoline tax. House: Transportation Referred to Transportation
HB 1696 84-0 (2015) Author: Capriglione, Giovanni Relating to the sale or delivery of motor fuel. House: Agriculture & Livestock Referred to Agriculture & Livestock
HB 1905 84-0 (2015) Author: Springer, Drew | et. al.
Sponsor: Taylor, Larry
Relating to certain state and local taxes, including ad valorem taxes, and to the repeal of certain of those taxes. House: Ways & Means
Senate: Finance
See remarks for effective date
HB 2212 84-0 (2015) Author: Wray, John | et. al. Relating to the repeal of certain state taxes; adding provisions subject to a criminal penalty. House: Ways & Means
Senate: Finance
Referred to Finance
HB 2222 84-0 (2015) Author: Murr, Andrew | et. al. Relating to the creation of a public integrity unit to prosecute offenses against public administration, including ethics offenses, offenses involving insurance fraud, and offenses involving motor fuels tax. House: General Investigating & Ethics Left pending in committee
HB 2318 84-0 (2015) Author: Ashby, Trent | et. al.
Sponsor: Hancock, Kelly
Relating to a credit or refund for diesel fuel taxes paid on diesel fuel used in this state by auxiliary power units or power take-off equipment. House: Ways & Means
Senate: Finance
Left pending in committee
HB 2731 84-0 (2015) Author: Bonnen, Greg | et. al.
Sponsor: Taylor, Larry
Relating to the exemption of nonprofit ambulance companies from motor fuel taxes. House: Ways & Means
Senate: Finance
Left pending in committee
HB 2737 84-0 (2015) Author: Capriglione, Giovanni Relating to the allocation of certain motor fuels tax revenue. House: Appropriations Referred to Appropriations
HB 3468 84-0 (2015) Author: Parker, Tan Relating to the exemption of certain entities that operate ambulances from certain motor fuel taxes. House: Ways & Means Placed on General State Calendar
HB 3543 84-0 (2015) Author: Schofield, Mike Relating to the establishment of the Public Integrity Prosecutions Committee and the Office of Public Integrity Prosecutions for the prosecution of offenses against public administration, including ethics offenses, offenses involving insurance fraud, and offenses involving motor fuels tax and to the appointment of committee members and the appointment and compensation of the prosecutor. House: General Investigating & Ethics Referred to General Investigating & Ethics
HB 3634 84-0 (2015) Author: Reynolds, Ron Relating to the authority of a municipality to impose a local tax on the sale of certain motor fuel and to the use of the tax revenue by the municipality; authorizing penalties. House: Transportation Left pending in committee
HJR 36 84-0 (2015) Author: Larson, Lyle Proposing a constitutional amendment to limit the purposes for which revenues from motor vehicle registration fees, taxes on motor fuels and lubricants, and certain revenues received from the federal government may be used. House: Transportation Referred to Transportation
HJR 48 84-0 (2015) Author: Harless, Patricia | et. al. Proposing a constitutional amendment limiting the permissible uses of the state highway fund, including further limiting the use of additional tax and fee revenue attributable to changes to certain state taxes and fees, to increase revenue for nontolled public highway purposes. House: Transportation Referred to Transportation
HJR 69 84-0 (2015) Author: Riddle, Debbie Proposing a constitutional amendment to permit the attorney general to prosecute offenses against public administration, including ethics offenses, and offenses involving insurance fraud or the imposition of the motor fuels tax. Filed
HJR 114 84-0 (2015) Author: Capriglione, Giovanni Proposing a constitutional amendment to limit the purposes for which revenue from motor vehicle registration fees and taxes on motor fuels and lubricants may be used. House: Appropriations Referred to Appropriations
SB 10 84-0 (2015) Author: Huffman, Joan | et. al.
Sponsor: King, Phil
Relating to the prosecution of offenses against public administration, including ethics offenses. House: General Investigating & Ethics
Senate: State Affairs
Point of order sustained
SB 184 84-0 (2015) Author: Schwertner, Charles Relating to the state highway fund. Senate: Finance Referred to Finance
SB 759 84-0 (2015) Author: Kolkhorst, Lois | et. al.
Sponsor: Wray, John
Relating to the repeal of certain state taxes. House: Ways & Means
Senate: Finance
Returned to committee
SB 1182 84-0 (2015) Author: Huffines, Don | et. al. Relating to the use of money in the state highway fund for toll projects. Senate: Transportation Co-author authorized
SB 1380 84-0 (2015) Author: Zaffirini, Judith Relating to the exemption of municipalities, certain metropolitan rapid transit authorities, and regional transit authorities from certain motor fuel taxes. Senate: Finance Referred to Finance
SJR 12 84-0 (2015) Author: Perry, Charles | et. al.
Sponsor: Pickett, Joseph
Proposing a constitutional amendment prescribing the purposes for which revenue from motor vehicle registration fees, certain motor vehicle-related taxes, and certain revenues received from the federal government may be used. House: Transportation
Senate: Finance
Committee report sent to Calendars
SJR 15 84-0 (2015) Author: Schwertner, Charles Proposing a constitutional amendment prescribing the purposes for which revenue from motor vehicle registration fees, certain motor vehicle-related taxes, and certain revenues received from the federal government may be used. Senate: Finance Referred to Finance
SJR 42 84-0 (2015) Author: Huffines, Don Proposing a constitutional amendment prescribing the purposes for which revenues from motor vehicle registration fees and taxes on motor fuels and lubricants may be used. Senate: Finance Referred to Finance
SJR 43 84-0 (2015) Author: Huffines, Don | et. al. Proposing a constitutional amendment prohibiting the issuance of certain debt and the use of certain revenue for toll roads. Senate: Transportation Co-author authorized
HB 311 83-0 (2013) Author: Guillen, Ryan Relating to the exemption of certain transit districts from motor fuel taxes. House: Ways & Means Committee report sent to Calendars
HB 515 83-0 (2013) Author: Pitts, Jim | et. al. Relating to the remittance of certain taxes and fees and the allocation of certain state money. House: Appropriations Referred to Appropriations
HB 1062 83-0 (2013) Author: Pitts, Jim Relating to the remittance dates of certain taxes and fees and the allocation dates of certain state money. House: Appropriations - S/C on Budget Transparency and Reform Left pending in subcommittee
HB 1105 83-0 (2013) Author: Harper-Brown, Linda Relating to the allocation of certain motor fuel tax revenue to the state highway fund. House: Appropriations Referred to Appropriations
HB 1288 83-0 (2013) Author: Hilderbran, Harvey Relating to a credit or refund for diesel fuel taxes paid on diesel fuel used in this state by auxiliary power units or power take-off equipment. House: Ways & Means Committee report sent to Calendars
HB 1309 83-0 (2013) Author: Guillen, Ryan Relating to authorizing a credit representing motor fuels taxes against, and imposing, a mileage tax and to the use of revenue from that tax; providing penalties. House: Ways & Means Referred to Ways & Means
HB 1627 83-0 (2013) Author: Harper-Brown, Linda Relating to the allocation of revenue derived from state gasoline and special fuels taxes. House: Appropriations Referred to Appropriations
HB 1975 83-0 (2013) Author: Ritter, Allan Relating to the revocation and reinstatement of an end user number for purposes of purchasing dyed diesel fuel. House: Ways & Means
Senate: Finance
Referred to s/c on Fiscal Matters by Chair
HB 2148 83-0 (2013) Author: Hilderbran, Harvey
Sponsor: Williams, Tommy
Relating to the motor fuel tax on compressed natural gas and liquefied natural gas; providing penalties; imposing a tax. House: Ways & Means
Senate: Finance
Effective on 9/1/13
HB 2699 83-0 (2013) Author: King, Susan Relating to the comptroller's report on the effect of certain tax provisions. House: Ways & Means Referred to Ways & Means
HB 3086 83-0 (2013) Author: Darby, Drew
Sponsor: Huffman, Joan
Relating to an optional exemption from the diesel fuel tax for materials blended with taxable diesel fuel. House: Ways & Means
Senate: Finance
Effective on 9/1/13
HB 3157 83-0 (2013) Author: Harless, Patricia Relating to taxes and fees wholly or partly deposited to the credit of the state highway fund; increasing the rates of the gasoline and diesel fuel taxes, authorizing the increase or decrease of those rates in subsequent years, and increasing motor vehicle registration fees. House: Appropriations - S/C on Budget Transparency and Reform Left pending in subcommittee
HB 3469 83-0 (2013) Author: Bohac, Dwayne Relating to the contents of a receipt for motor fuel sold at retail; providing a penalty. House: Business & Industry Left pending in committee
HB 3742 83-0 (2013) Author: Lavender, George | et. al. To repeal certain state sales, use, excise, franchise, severance, production, occupations, gross receipts and inheritance taxes, to repeal or limit certain local sales, use, excise and ad valorem property taxes, to enact a statewide and local value added tax, and to reform school finance and administration; providing penalties. House: Ways & Means Left pending in committee
HB 3834 83-0 (2013) Author: Harper-Brown, Linda Relating to the repeal of the motor fuel tax. House: Ways & Means Referred to Ways & Means
HJR 29 83-0 (2013) Author: Larson, Lyle | et. al. Proposing a constitutional amendment to limit the purposes for which revenues from motor vehicle registration fees, taxes on motor fuels and lubricants, and certain revenues received from the federal government may be used. House: Appropriations - S/C on Budget Transparency and Reform No action taken in committee
HJR 95 83-0 (2013) Author: Harper-Brown, Linda Proposing a constitutional amendment to limit the purposes for which revenues from motor vehicle registration fees and taxes on motor fuels and lubricants may be used. House: Appropriations Referred to Appropriations
HJR 108 83-0 (2013) Author: Phillips, Larry | et. al. Proposing a constitutional amendment to limit the purposes for which revenue from motor vehicle registration fees, taxes on motor fuels and lubricants and motor vehicle tires and parts, and certain revenues received from the federal government may be used. House: Appropriations - S/C on Budget Transparency and Reform Left pending in subcommittee
HJR 136 83-0 (2013) Author: Harless, Patricia Proposing a constitutional amendment limiting the permissible uses of the state highway fund, including further limiting the use of additional tax and fee revenue attributable to changes to certain state taxes and fees, to increase revenue for nontolled public highway purposes. House: Appropriations - S/C on Budget Transparency and Reform Left pending in subcommittee
SB 145 83-0 (2013) Author: Williams, Tommy Relating to a credit or refund for diesel fuel taxes paid on diesel fuel used in this state by auxiliary power units or power take-off equipment. Senate: Finance Left pending in subcommittee
SB 309 83-0 (2013) Author: Paxton, Ken Relating to the state highway fund. Senate: Finance Left pending in subcommittee
SB 559 83-0 (2013) Author: Duncan, Robert
Sponsor: Pitts, Jim | et. al.
Relating to the remittance dates of certain taxes and fees and the allocation dates of certain state money. House: Appropriations
Senate: Finance
Effective immediately
SB 603 83-0 (2013) Author: Williams, Tommy
Sponsor: Ritter, Allan
Relating to the revocation and reinstatement of an end user number for purposes of purchasing dyed diesel fuel. House: Ways & Means
Senate: Finance
Effective on 9/1/13
SB 1140 83-0 (2013) Author: Lucio, Jr., Eddie Relating to the state highway fund. Senate: Finance Referred to s/c on Fiscal Matters by Chair
SB 1648 83-0 (2013) Author: Williams, Tommy Relating to the motor fuel tax on compressed natural gas and liquefied natural gas; providing penalties. House: Ways & Means
Senate: Finance
Referred to Ways & Means
SJR 25 83-0 (2013) Author: Paxton, Ken Proposing a constitutional amendment prescribing the purposes for which revenue from motor vehicle registration fees, certain motor vehicle-related taxes, and certain revenues received from the federal government may be used. Senate: Finance Left pending in subcommittee
SJR 31 83-0 (2013) Author: Davis, Wendy Proposing a constitutional amendment limiting the uses of revenue from motor vehicle registration fees, taxes on motor fuels and lubricants, and certain revenue received from the federal government. Senate: Finance Left pending in subcommittee
SJR 46 83-0 (2013) Author: Lucio, Jr., Eddie Proposing a constitutional amendment prescribing the purposes for which revenue from motor vehicle registration fees, certain motor vehicle-related taxes, and certain revenues received from the federal government may be used. Senate: Finance Referred to s/c on Fiscal Matters by Chair
HB 35 83-1 (2013) Author: Phillips, Larry Relating to the state highway fund. House: Appropriations Referred to Appropriations
HB 41 83-1 (2013) Author: Pickett, Joseph | et. al. Relating to the allocation of certain fuel-related tax revenue. House: Appropriations Referred to Appropriations
HB 52 83-1 (2013) Author: Harper-Brown, Linda Relating to the allocation of revenue derived from state gasoline and special fuels taxes. House: Appropriations Referred to Appropriations
HJR 10 83-1 (2013) Author: Phillips, Larry Proposing a constitutional amendment to limit the purposes for which revenue from motor vehicle registration fees, taxes on motor fuels and lubricants and motor vehicle tires and parts, and certain revenues received from the federal government may be used. House: Appropriations Referred to Appropriations
HJR 11 83-1 (2013) Author: Pickett, Joseph Proposing a constitutional amendment limiting the uses of revenue from motor vehicle registration fees, taxes on motor fuels and lubricants, and certain revenue received from the federal government. House: Appropriations Referred to Appropriations
HJR 16 83-1 (2013) Author: Pickett, Joseph | et. al. Proposing a constitutional amendment to provide for revenue from motor fuel taxes to be used solely for policing, maintaining, constructing, and acquiring rights-of-way for public roadways and to provide for the transfer of certain general revenue to the available school fund and the economic stabilization fund. House: Appropriations Referred to Appropriations
HJR 17 83-1 (2013) Author: Harper-Brown, Linda Proposing a constitutional amendment to limit the purposes for which revenues from motor vehicle registration fees and taxes on motor fuels and lubricants may be used. House: Appropriations Referred to Appropriations
SB 33 83-1 (2013) Author: Lucio, Jr., Eddie Relating to the state highway fund. Senate: Finance Referred to Finance
SJR 5 83-1 (2013) Author: Lucio, Jr., Eddie Proposing a constitutional amendment prescribing the purposes for which revenue from motor vehicle registration fees, certain motor vehicle-related taxes, and certain revenues received from the federal government may be used. Senate: Finance Referred to Finance
SJR 10 83-1 (2013) Author: Campbell, Donna Proposing a constitutional amendment prescribing the purposes for which revenues from motor vehicle registration fees, certain motor vehicle-related taxes, and certain revenues received from the federal government may be used. Filed
HB 8 83-2 (2013) Author: Harper-Brown, Linda Relating to the allocation of certain motor vehicle sales, use, and rental tax revenue to the state highway fund and to the uses of that revenue. House: Appropriations Left pending in committee
HB 9 83-2 (2013) Author: Harper-Brown, Linda Relating to the allocation of revenue derived from state gasoline and special fuels taxes. House: Appropriations Referred to Appropriations
HB 16 83-2 (2013) Author: Pickett, Joseph | et. al.
Sponsor: Nichols, Robert
Relating to a study of the provision and use of certain state revenue. House: Appropriations
Senate: Finance
House adopts conf. comm. report-reported
HB 37 83-2 (2013) Author: Burnam, Lon Relating to the rates of the state gasoline and diesel fuel taxes; authorizing a change in tax rates. House: Ways & Means Referred to Ways & Means
HJR 2 83-2 (2013) Author: Pickett, Joseph | et. al.
Sponsor: Nichols, Robert
Proposing a constitutional amendment to provide for revenue from motor fuel taxes to be used solely for constructing, maintaining, and acquiring rights-of-way for certain public roadways and to provide for the transfer of certain general revenue to the economic stabilization fund and the available school fund. House: Appropriations Statement(s) of vote recorded in Journal
HJR 9 83-2 (2013) Author: Harper-Brown, Linda Proposing a constitutional amendment to limit the purposes for which revenues from motor vehicle registration fees and taxes on motor fuels and lubricants may be used. House: Appropriations Referred to Appropriations
HJR 10 83-2 (2013) Author: Pickett, Joseph Proposing a constitutional amendment limiting the uses of revenue from motor vehicle registration fees, taxes on motor fuels and lubricants, and certain revenue received from the federal government. House: Appropriations Referred to Appropriations
HR 154 83-2 (2013) Author: Pickett, Joseph Suspending limitations on conference committee jurisdiction, H.J.R. 2. Reported enrolled
HR 155 83-2 (2013) Author: Pickett, Joseph Suspending limitations on conference committee jurisdiction, H.B. 16. Reported enrolled
SJR 10 83-2 (2013) Author: Campbell, Donna Proposing a constitutional amendment prescribing the purposes for which revenues from motor vehicle registration fees, certain motor vehicle-related taxes, and certain revenues received from the federal government may be used. Filed
HB 17 83-3 (2013) Author: McClendon, Ruth Relating to the rates of the state gasoline and diesel fuel taxes and to the use of any additional revenue derived from those taxes. House: Transportation Funding, Select Referred to Transportation Funding, Select
HB 454 82-0 (2011) Author: Lucio III, Eddie Relating to exempting fuel ethanol derived from cellulosic biomass and blended with gasoline from the motor fuels tax. House: Ways & Means Referred to Ways & Means
HB 815 82-0 (2011) Author: Paxton, Ken Relating to the state highway fund. House: Appropriations Referred to Appropriations
HB 1364 82-0 (2011) Author: Driver, Joe Relating to a credit or refund for diesel fuel taxes paid on diesel fuel used in this state by auxiliary power units or power take-off equipment. House: Ways & Means Referred to Ways & Means
HB 1928 82-0 (2011) Author: Zedler, Bill Relating to the prosecution of offenses against public administration, including ethics offenses, offenses involving insurance fraud, and offenses involving motor fuels tax. House: Judiciary & Civil Jurisprudence Referred to Judiciary & Civil Jurisprudence
HB 2001 82-0 (2011) Author: Burnam, Lon Relating to the exemption or tax reduction for certain high-cost gas. House: Ways & Means Referred to Ways & Means
HB 2074 82-0 (2011) Author: Martinez, Armando Relating to the exemption from the motor fuel tax for railway engines and the allocation of revenue; providing a penalty. House: Ways & Means Referred to Ways & Means
HB 2206 82-0 (2011) Author: Oliveira, Rene Relating to the funding and planning of activities undertaken under the Coastal Erosion Planning and Response Act; imposing a fee. House: Land & Resource Management Referred to Land & Resource Management
HB 3183 82-0 (2011) Author: Ritter, Allan Relating to computation of the volume of components blended with taxable diesel for the exemption from motor fuels tax. House: Ways & Means Referred to Ways & Means
HB 3518 82-0 (2011) Author: Rodriguez, Eddie Relating to local funding for mobility improvement and transportation projects; providing authority to impose a tax, issue bonds, and impose penalties. House: Transportation Left pending in committee
HB 3554 82-0 (2011) Author: Alvarado, Carol Relating to the repeal of the motor fuels tax exemption for biodiesel and renewable diesel. House: Ways & Means Referred to Ways & Means
HB 3640 82-0 (2011) Author: Pitts, Jim Relating to the remittance and allocation of certain taxes and fees. House: Appropriations Postponed
HB 3641 82-0 (2011) Author: Pitts, Jim Relating to the remittance and allocation of gasoline and diesel fuel tax collections. House: Appropriations Referred to Appropriations
HB 3774 82-0 (2011) Author: Pitts, Jim Relating to the administration, collection, enforcement of various taxes and fees; providing penalties. House: Appropriations Referred to Appropriations
HJR 15 82-0 (2011) Author: Rodriguez, Eddie Proposing a constitutional amendment increasing the rates of taxes imposed on gasoline and diesel fuel, adjusting those rates annually for inflation, and dedicating certain revenue from those taxes to the design, construction, and maintenance of public roadways. House: Ways & Means Referred to Ways & Means
HJR 64 82-0 (2011) Author: Pickett, Joseph | et. al. Proposing a constitutional amendment limiting the uses of revenue from motor vehicle registration fees, taxes on motor fuels and lubricants, and certain revenue received from the federal government. House: Ways & Means Left pending in committee
HJR 66 82-0 (2011) Author: Pickett, Joseph Proposing a constitutional amendment limiting the uses of revenue from motor vehicle registration fees, taxes on motor fuels and lubricants, and certain revenue received from the federal government. House: Ways & Means Referred to Ways & Means
HJR 75 82-0 (2011) Author: Paxton, Ken | et. al. Proposing a constitutional amendment prescribing the purposes for which revenue from motor vehicle registration fees, certain motor vehicle-related taxes, and certain revenues received from the federal government may be used. House: Appropriations Referred to Appropriations
HJR 78 82-0 (2011) Author: Harper-Brown, Linda Proposing a constitutional amendment to limit the purposes for which revenues from motor vehicle registration fees and taxes on motor fuels and lubricants may be used. House: Ways & Means Referred to Ways & Means
HJR 84 82-0 (2011) Author: Larson, Lyle | et. al. Proposing a constitutional amendment to limit the purposes for which revenues from motor vehicle registration fees, taxes on motor fuels and lubricants, and certain revenues received from the federal government may be used. House: Transportation Committee report sent to Calendars
HJR 157 82-0 (2011) Author: Phillips, Larry Proposing a constitutional amendment limiting the purposes for which revenue from taxes on motor fuels and lubricants may be used. House: Ways & Means Referred to Ways & Means
SB 724 82-0 (2011) Author: Williams, Tommy Relating to the revocation and reinstatement of an end user number for purposes of purchasing dyed diesel fuel. Senate: Finance Left pending in committee
SB 1587 82-0 (2011) Author: Ogden, Steve Relating to the remittance and allocation of certain taxes and fees. Senate: Finance Referred to Finance
SB 1772 82-0 (2011) Author: Williams, Tommy Relating to computation of the volume of components blended with taxable diesel for the exemption from motor fuels tax. Senate: Finance Referred to Finance
SJR 8 82-0 (2011) Author: Wentworth, Jeff Proposing a constitutional amendment to limit the purposes for which revenues from motor vehicle registration fees, taxes on motor fuels and lubricants, and certain revenues received from the federal government may be used. Senate: Finance Left pending in committee
SJR 23 82-0 (2011) Author: Wentworth, Jeff | et. al. Proposing a constitutional amendment increasing the rates of taxes imposed on gasoline and diesel fuel, adjusting those rates annually for inflation, and dedicating certain revenue from those taxes to the design, construction, and maintenance of public roadways. Senate: Finance No action taken in committee
SJR 30 82-0 (2011) Author: Ogden, Steve Proposing a constitutional amendment dedicating certain revenue derived from any increases in taxes on motor fuel to the repayment of certain transportation-related state debt. Senate: Finance No action taken in committee
SJR 38 82-0 (2011) Author: Davis, Wendy Proposing a constitutional amendment limiting the uses of revenue from motor vehicle registration fees, taxes on motor fuels and lubricants, and certain revenue received from the federal government. Senate: Finance No action taken in committee
HJR 14 82-1 (2011) Author: Pickett, Joseph Proposing a constitutional amendment limiting the uses of revenue from motor vehicle registration fees, taxes on motor fuels and lubricants, and certain revenue received from the federal government. House: Appropriations Referred to Appropriations
HR 232 82-1 (2011) Author: Pitts, Jim Suspending limitations on conference committee jurisdiction, S.B. No. 1. Reported enrolled
SB 1 82-1 (2011) Author: Duncan, Robert | et. al.
Sponsor: Pitts, Jim
Relating to certain state fiscal matters; providing penalties. House: Appropriations
Senate: Finance
See remarks for effective date
SB 36 82-1 (2011) Author: Ellis, Rodney | et. al. Relating to eligibility for the tax reduction for certain high-cost gas. Co-author authorized
SB 37 82-1 (2011) Author: Ellis, Rodney | et. al. Relating to the elimination of the tax exemption or reduction for certain high-cost gas. Co-author authorized
SR 130 82-1 (2011) Author: Duncan, Robert Suspending limitations on conference committee jurisdiction, S.B. No. 1. Reported enrolled
HB 9 81-0 (2009) Author: Truitt, Vicki | et. al. Relating to transportation funding in this state. House: Transportation Committee report sent to Calendars
HB 64 81-0 (2009) Author: Aycock, Jimmie Relating to the exemption of counties from the diesel fuel tax. House: Ways & Means Referred to Ways & Means
HB 387 81-0 (2009) Author: Pena, Aaron | et. al. Relating to the exemption of volunteer fire departments from certain motor fuel taxes. House: Ways & Means Laid on the table subject to call
HB 606 81-0 (2009) Author: Farabee, David Relating to the exemption of volunteer fire departments from certain motor fuel taxes. House: Ways & Means Left pending in committee
HB 794 81-0 (2009) Author: King, Phil | et. al. Relating to the exemption of volunteer fire departments from certain motor fuel taxes. House: Ways & Means Left pending in committee
HB 797 81-0 (2009) Author: Lucio III, Eddie Relating to exempting fuel ethanol derived from cellulosic biomass and blended with gasoline from the motor fuels tax. House: Ways & Means Left pending in committee
HB 1427 81-0 (2009) Author: Bohac, Dwayne Relating to exempting fuel ethanol derived from cellulosic biomass and blended with gasoline from the motor fuels tax. House: Ways & Means Referred to Ways & Means
HB 2273 81-0 (2009) Author: Raymond, Richard Relating to the exemption of certain counties from gasoline and diesel fuel taxes. House: Ways & Means Referred to Ways & Means
HB 2578 81-0 (2009) Author: Keffer, Jim Relating to the deferral by a licensed distributor or importer of payment of gasoline and diesel fuel taxes and information required on a tax return relating to credits authorized for certain of those deferrals. House: Ways & Means Placed on General State Calendar
HB 2582 81-0 (2009) Author: Gonzalez Toureilles, Yvonne | et. al.
Sponsor: Hegar, Glenn
Relating to the production and taxation of renewable diesel fuel. House: Energy Resources
Senate: Agriculture & Rural Affairs
Effective immediately
HB 2613 81-0 (2009) Author: Heflin, Joe Relating to the allocation of gasoline tax to county roads. House: Ways & Means Left pending in committee
HB 2716 81-0 (2009) Author: Bolton, Valinda Relating to exempting certain entities providing emergency services from motor fuel taxes. House: Ways & Means Left pending in committee
HB 3268 81-0 (2009) Author: Leibowitz, David Relating to the exemption of certain metropolitan rapid transit authorities from motor fuel taxes. House: Ways & Means Left pending in committee
HB 3462 81-0 (2009) Author: Smith, Todd Relating to the rate of the state gasoline tax and diesel fuel taxes and to the permissible uses of the state highway fund. House: Ways & Means Left pending in committee
HB 3561 81-0 (2009) Author: Phillips, Larry Relating to the permissible uses of the state highway fund. House: Transportation Referred to Transportation
HB 3900 81-0 (2009) Author: Oliveira, Rene | et. al. Relating to the taxation of motor fuels. House: Ways & Means Laid on the table subject to call
HB 4063 81-0 (2009) Author: Gonzalez Toureilles, Yvonne Relating to the periods for applying for and receiving designation of a well as a two-year inactive well for purposes of the oil and gas severance tax exemption. House: Ways & Means Left pending in committee
HJR 9 81-0 (2009) Author: Truitt, Vicki | et. al. Proposing a constitutional amendment prescribing the purposes for which revenue from motor vehicle registration fees and taxes on motor fuels and lubricants and certain revenues received from the federal government may be used and authorizing the legislature to provide for automatic adjustments of the rates of motor fuel taxes. House: Transportation Committee report sent to Calendars
HJR 13 81-0 (2009) Author: Leibowitz, David | et. al. Proposing a constitutional amendment dedicating certain revenue derived from motor fuel taxes to the construction of public highways. House: Ways & Means Referred to Ways & Means
HJR 54 81-0 (2009) Author: Deshotel, Joe | et. al. Proposing a constitutional amendment to limit the purposes for which revenues from motor vehicle registration fees, taxes on motor fuels and lubricants, and certain revenues received from the federal government may be used. House: Transportation Considered in Calendars
HJR 89 81-0 (2009) Author: Paxton, Ken | et. al. Proposing a constitutional amendment dedicating certain revenue derived from motor fuel taxes to the construction of public highways. House: Ways & Means Left pending in committee
HJR 111 81-0 (2009) Author: Smith, Todd Proposing a constitutional amendment limiting the purposes for which revenue from motor vehicle registration fees, taxes on motor fuels and lubricants, and certain revenues received from the federal government may be used and authorizing the legislature to provide for automatic adjustments of the rates of motor fuels taxes. House: Ways & Means Meeting cancelled
HJR 113 81-0 (2009) Author: Phillips, Larry Proposing a constitutional amendment limiting the purposes for which revenue from taxes on motor fuels and lubricants may be used. House: Transportation Referred to Transportation
HJR 122 81-0 (2009) Author: Rodriguez, Eddie Proposing a constitutional amendment allowing the expenditure of motor vehicle fuel taxes and registration fees for passenger rail, transit, and freight rail. House: Transportation Left pending in committee
SB 216 81-0 (2009) Author: Carona, John Relating to the permissible uses of the state highway fund. Senate: Transportation & Homeland Security No action taken in committee
SB 217 81-0 (2009) Author: Carona, John Relating to the rate of the state gasoline tax and diesel fuel taxes. Senate: Transportation & Homeland Security Referred to Transportation & Homeland Sec.
SB 254 81-0 (2009) Author: Estes, Craig | et. al.
Sponsor: Pena, Aaron
Relating to the exemption of volunteer fire departments from certain motor fuel taxes. House: Ways & Means
Senate: Finance
Effective on . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
SB 645 81-0 (2009) Author: Hegar, Glenn Relating to the production and taxation of renewable diesel fuel. Senate: Finance Left pending in committee
SB 757 81-0 (2009) Author: Williams, Tommy Relating to a credit or refund for diesel fuel taxes paid on diesel fuel used in this state by auxiliary power units or power take-off equipment. Senate: Finance Referred to Finance
SB 855 81-0 (2009) Author: Carona, John | et. al.
Sponsor: Truitt, Vicki
Relating to a county motor fuels tax in certain counties for mobility improvement projects; providing authority to impose the tax, issue bonds, and impose penalties. House: Transportation
Senate: Transportation & Homeland Security
Placed on General State Calendar
SB 942 81-0 (2009) Author: Wentworth, Jeff Relating to local option methods for financing transportation projects and services. Senate: Transportation & Homeland Security Left pending in committee
SB 1101 81-0 (2009) Author: Watson, Kirk Relating to exempting certain entities providing emergency services from motor fuel taxes. Senate: Finance Referred to Finance
SB 1495 81-0 (2009) Author: Williams, Tommy
Sponsor: Oliveira, Rene
Relating to the taxation of motor fuels; providing penalties. House: Ways & Means
Senate: Finance
Effective on 9/1/09
SB 1496 81-0 (2009) Author: Williams, Tommy Relating to the revocation and reinstatement of an end user number for purposes of purchasing dyed diesel fuel. Senate: Finance Referred to Finance
SB 1782 81-0 (2009) Author: Hinojosa, Juan
Sponsor: Keffer, Jim
Relating to the deferral by a licensed distributor or importer of payment of gasoline and diesel fuel taxes and credits authorized for certain of those deferrals. House: Ways & Means
Senate: Finance
Effective immediately
SB 2005 81-0 (2009) Author: Van de Putte, Leticia Relating to the exemption of certain metropolitan rapid transit authorities from motor fuel taxes. Senate: Finance Referred to Finance
SB 2257 81-0 (2009) Author: Zaffirini, Judith Relating to the exemption of certain counties from gasoline and diesel fuel taxes. Senate: Finance Referred to Finance
SCR 88 81-0 (2009) Author: Williams, Tommy Instructing the enrolling clerk of the senate to make corrections in S.B. No. 1495. Received from the Senate
SJR 8 81-0 (2009) Author: Carona, John Proposing a constitutional amendment authorizing the legislature to provide for automatic adjustments of the rates of motor fuels taxes. Senate: Transportation & Homeland Security Referred to Transportation & Homeland Sec.
SJR 9 81-0 (2009) Author: Carona, John | et. al.
Sponsor: Pickett, Joseph
Proposing a constitutional amendment prescribing the purposes for which revenue from motor vehicle registration fees and taxes on motor fuels and lubricants and certain revenues received from the federal government may be used. House: Transportation
Senate: Transportation & Homeland Security
Placed on Constitutional Amendments Calendar
SJR 22 81-0 (2009) Author: Wentworth, Jeff Proposing a constitutional amendment to limit the purposes for which revenues from motor vehicle registration fees, taxes on motor fuels and lubricants, and certain revenues received from the federal government may be used. Senate: Finance Referred to Finance
SJR 24 81-0 (2009) Author: Carona, John Proposing a constitutional amendment allowing the expenditure of motor vehicle fuel taxes and registration fees for passenger rail, transit, and freight rail. Senate: Finance Referred to Finance
SJR 26 81-0 (2009) Author: Wentworth, Jeff Proposing a constitutional amendment authorizing the legislature by general law to permit counties to impose a local motor fuels tax and an additional vehicle registration fee to be used for transportation purposes. Senate: Finance Referred to Finance
SJR 52 81-0 (2009) Author: Davis, Wendy
Sponsor: Truitt, Vicki
Proposing a constitutional amendment authorizing the legislature by general law to permit counties to assess and collect a local motor fuels tax and an additional vehicle registration fee to be used for mobility improvement projects. House: Transportation
Senate: Transportation & Homeland Security
Placed on Constitutional Amendments Calendar
HB 1 81-1 (2009) Author: Pitts, Jim | et. al.
Sponsor: Carona, John
Relating to certain sources of revenue for the funding of highways and transportation projects. House: Appropriations
Senate: Finance
Effective immediately
SB 1 81-1 (2009) Author: Carona, John | et. al. Relating to certain sources of revenue for the funding of highways and transportation projects. Senate: Finance Left pending in committee
HB 523 80-0 (2007) Author: Woolley, Beverly Relating to an exemption from the motor fuels tax for certain kerosene. House: Ways & Means Left pending in committee
HB 685 80-0 (2007) Author: Orr, Rob | et. al. Relating to the exemption of volunteer fire departments from certain motor fuel taxes. House: Ways & Means
Senate: Finance
Referred to Finance
HB 688 80-0 (2007) Author: Krusee, Mike
Sponsor: Carona, John
Relating to a credit or refund for diesel fuel taxes paid on diesel fuel used in this state by auxiliary power units or power take-off equipment. House: Ways & Means
Senate: Finance
Left pending in committee
HB 962 80-0 (2007) Author: Krusee, Mike Relating to the rate of the state gasoline and diesel fuel taxes. House: Ways & Means Left pending in committee
HB 1332 80-0 (2007) Author: Chisum, Warren | et. al.
Sponsor: Janek, Kyle
Relating to a credit or refund for taxes paid on diesel fuel used in certain manufacturing or production processes. House: Ways & Means
Senate: Finance
Effective on 9/1/07
HB 1618 80-0 (2007) Author: Ritter, Allan | et. al. Relating to a credit or refund for diesel fuel taxes paid on diesel fuel used in this state by certain oil field well service equipment. House: Ways & Means
Senate: Finance
Referred to Finance
HB 1620 80-0 (2007) Author: Villarreal, Mike Relating to motor fuel tax credits for certain metropolitan rapid transit authorities providing public school transportation services to a school district. House: Ways & Means Committee report sent to Calendars
HB 1931 80-0 (2007) Author: Swinford, David Relating to the production and taxation of renewable diesel fuel. House: Ways & Means Withdrawn from schedule
HB 1981 80-0 (2007) Author: Aycock, Jimmie Relating to the exemption of counties from the diesel fuel tax. House: Ways & Means Left pending in committee
HB 2001 80-0 (2007) Author: Creighton, Brandon | et. al. Relating to a program to control or eradicate nuisance aquatic vegetation. House: Culture, Recreation, & Tourism
Senate: Natural Resources
Referred to Natural Resources
HB 2147 80-0 (2007) Author: Bohac, Dwayne Relating to exempting fuel ethanol blended with gasoline from the motor fuels tax. House: Ways & Means Left pending in committee
HB 2971 80-0 (2007) Author: Chisum, Warren Relating to certain tax exemptions to promote sales and use of hydrogen-powered motor vehicles in this state. House: Ways & Means Committee report sent to Calendars
HB 3317 80-0 (2007) Author: Keffer, Jim Relating to updating motor fuel tax citations. House: Ways & Means Left pending in committee
HB 3320 80-0 (2007) Author: Keffer, Jim Relating to motor fuel taxes. House: Ways & Means Laid on the table subject to call
HB 3783 80-0 (2007) Author: Krusee, Mike Relating to the construction, acquisition, financing, maintenance, management, operation, ownership, and control of transportation facilities and the progress, improvement, policing, and safety of transportation in the state; modifying existing taxes. House: Transportation Referred to Transportation
HB 4063 80-0 (2007) Author: Miller, Sid Relating to updating a motor fuel tax citation in relation to the sale of certain fuel mixtures. House: Ways & Means Left pending in committee
HJR 7 80-0 (2007) Author: Krusee, Mike Proposing a constitutional amendment authorizing the legislature to dedicate certain motor fuel taxes to the Texas mobility fund. House: Ways & Means Left pending in committee
HJR 57 80-0 (2007) Author: Leibowitz, David Proposing a constitutional amendment dedicating certain revenue derived from motor fuel taxes to the construction of public highways. House: Ways & Means Referred to Ways & Means
HJR 87 80-0 (2007) Author: Puente, Robert Proposing a constitutional amendment to limit the purposes for which revenues from motor vehicle registration fees, taxes on motor fuels and lubricants, and certain revenues received from the federal government may be used. House: Appropriations Referred to Appropriations
SB 165 80-0 (2007) Author: Carona, John Relating to the rate of the state gasoline tax and diesel fuel taxes. Senate: Transportation & Homeland Security Referred to Transportation & Homeland Sec.
SB 326 80-0 (2007) Author: Carona, John Relating to a credit or refund for diesel fuel taxes paid on diesel fuel used in this state by auxiliary power units or power take-off equipment. Senate: Finance Referred to Finance
SB 635 80-0 (2007) Author: Janek, Kyle Relating to a credit or refund for taxes paid on diesel fuel used in certain manufacturing or production processes. Senate: Finance Withdrawn from schedule
SB 663 80-0 (2007) Author: Hegar, Glenn
Sponsor: Swinford, David
Relating to the production and taxation of renewable diesel fuel. House: Ways & Means
Senate: Natural Resources
Placed on General State Calendar
SB 755 80-0 (2007) Author: Ellis, Rodney Relating to certain motor fuel exemptions. Senate: Finance Referred to Finance
SB 825 80-0 (2007) Author: Nichols, Robert | et. al.
Sponsor: Creighton, Brandon
Relating to a program to control or eradicate nuisance aquatic vegetation. House: Culture, Recreation, & Tourism
Senate: Natural Resources
Committee report sent to Calendars
SB 936 80-0 (2007) Author: Van de Putte, Leticia Relating to motor fuel tax credits for certain metropolitan rapid transit authorities providing public school transportation services to a school district. Senate: Finance Left pending in committee
SB 1057 80-0 (2007) Author: Hegar, Glenn Relating to the exemption of volunteer fire departments from certain motor fuel taxes. Senate: Finance Left pending in committee
SB 1608 80-0 (2007) Author: Van de Putte, Leticia | et. al. Relating to certain tax exemptions to promote sales and use of hydrogen-powered motor vehicles in this state. Senate: Finance Referred to Finance
SB 1886 80-0 (2007) Author: Williams, Tommy
Sponsor: Keffer, Jim
Relating to motor fuel taxes. House: Ways & Means
Senate: Finance
House appoints conferees w/inst-reported
SB 1929 80-0 (2007) Author: Carona, John Relating to transportation infrastructure in this state; providing penalties; authorizing the issuance of bonds; making an appropriation. Senate: Transportation & Homeland Security Not again placed on intent calendar
SB 1936 80-0 (2007) Author: Van de Putte, Leticia Relating to exempting fuel ethanol blended with gasoline from the motor fuels tax. Senate: Finance Left pending in committee
SJR 25 80-0 (2007) Author: Carona, John Proposing a constitutional amendment authorizing the legislature to dedicate certain motor fuel taxes to the Texas mobility fund. Senate: Transportation & Homeland Security Referred to Transportation & Homeland Sec.
SJR 26 80-0 (2007) Author: Patrick, Dan Proposing a constitutional amendment to permit the attorney general to prosecute offenses against public administration, including ethics offenses, and offenses involving insurance fraud. Senate: State Affairs Referred to State Affairs
SJR 37 80-0 (2007) Author: Wentworth, Jeff Proposing a constitutional amendment to limit the purposes for which revenues from motor vehicle registration fees, taxes on motor fuels and lubricants, and certain revenues received from the federal government may be used. Senate: Finance Referred to Finance
HB 3 79-0 (2005) Author: Keffer, Jim | et. al.
Sponsor: Ogden, Steve
Relating to financing public schools in this state and reducing school property taxes. House: Ways & Means
Senate: Finance
Senate appoints conferees-reported
HB 5 79-0 (2005) Author: Krusee, Mike | et. al. Relating to the rate of the state gasoline and diesel fuel taxes. House: Ways & Means Recommitted to committee
HB 519 79-0 (2005) Author: Hopson, Chuck | et. al. Relating to the exemption of volunteer fire departments from the gasoline tax. House: Ways & Means Left pending in committee
HB 520 79-0 (2005) Author: Hopson, Chuck | et. al. Relating to the tax on gasoline sold to volunteer fire departments for their exclusive use. House: Ways & Means Referred to Ways & Means
HB 917 79-0 (2005) Author: Krusee, Mike Relating to a credit or refund for diesel fuel taxes paid on diesel fuel used in this state by auxiliary power units or power take-off equipment. House: Ways & Means Left pending in committee
HB 1070 79-0 (2005) Author: Wong, Martha Relating to an exemption from the motor fuels tax for certain kerosene. House: Ways & Means Left pending in committee
HB 1392 79-0 (2005) Author: Leibowitz, David | et. al. Relating to a refund of motor fuel taxes paid by certain retail purchasers. House: Ways & Means Referred to Ways & Means
HB 1766 79-0 (2005) Author: Keffer, Jim Relating to exemptions from and reductions to the gas production tax. House: Ways & Means Left pending in committee
HB 1964 79-0 (2005) Author: Dukes, Dawnna | et. al. Relating to the authority of certain counties to impose a local tax on the sale of gasoline and to the use of the tax revenue by a regional mobility authority. House: Ways & Means Left pending in committee
HB 2234 79-0 (2005) Author: Keffer, Jim Relating to taxes, fees, and programs administered by the Comptroller. House: Ways & Means Withdrawn from schedule
HB 2657 79-0 (2005) Author: Krusee, Mike | et. al. Relating to the collection of motor fuels taxes. House: Ways & Means Left pending in committee
HB 2798 79-0 (2005) Author: Casteel, Carter Relating to the authority of counties to impose a local tax on the sale of gasoline. House: Local Government Ways & Means Referred to Local Government Ways and Means
HB 2957 79-0 (2005) Author: Hamric, Peggy
Sponsor: Gallegos, Jr., Mario
Relating to an exemption from the competitive bidding requirement for certain purchases by an emergency services district. House: County Affairs
Senate: Intergovernmental Relations
Effective on 9/1/05
HB 3313 79-0 (2005) Author: Anderson, Charles "Doc" Relating to the exemption of counties from the gasoline tax. House: Ways & Means Referred to Ways & Means
HJR 31 79-0 (2005) Author: Hopson, Chuck Proposing a constitutional amendment authorizing the legislature to allocate an amount greater than one-fourth of the net revenue from the tax on motor fuels sold to volunteer fire departments to the available school fund. House: Ways & Means Referred to Ways & Means
HJR 61 79-0 (2005) Author: Dukes, Dawnna Proposing a constitutional amendment authorizing a county to impose a local tax on the sale of gasoline and to transfer the revenue from the tax to another political subdivision of this state. House: Ways & Means Left pending in committee
HJR 90 79-0 (2005) Author: Casteel, Carter Proposing a constitutional amendment authorizing a county to impose a local tax on the sale of gasoline. House: Ways & Means Referred to Ways & Means
SB 478 79-0 (2005) Author: Barrientos, Gonzalo Relating to the authority of certain counties to impose a local tax on the sale of gasoline and to the use of the tax revenue by a regional mobility authority. Senate: Finance Left pending in committee
SB 557 79-0 (2005) Author: Brimer, Kim Relating to the collection of the tax on gasoline and diesel fuel and to the use of the certain revenue from the tax. Senate: Finance Referred to Finance
SB 849 79-0 (2005) Author: Brimer, Kim Relating to the authority of a regional mobility authority to impose a local tax on the sale of gasoline and diesel fuel. Senate: Finance Left pending in committee
SB 1728 79-0 (2005) Author: Janek, Kyle Relating to the collection of motor fuels taxes. Senate: Finance Referred to Finance
SJR 15 79-0 (2005) Author: Barrientos, Gonzalo Proposing a constitutional amendment authorizing a county to impose a local tax on the sale of gasoline and to transfer the revenue from the tax to another political subdivision of this state. Senate: Finance Left pending in committee
SJR 23 79-0 (2005) Author: Brimer, Kim Proposing a constitutional amendment limiting the constitutional dedication of revenue from a tax on motor fuels to taxes imposed by this state. Senate: Finance Left pending in committee
HB 5 79-1 (2005) Author: Pitts, Jim Relating to certain fiscal matters affecting governmental entities. House: Appropriations Referred to Appropriations
HB 53 79-1 (2005) Author: Anderson, Charles "Doc" Relating to the exemption of counties from the diesel fuel tax. House: Ways & Means Referred to Ways & Means
SB 3 79-1 (2005) Author: Ogden, Steve Relating to financing public schools in this state and reducing school property taxes. Senate: Finance No action taken in committee
SB 45 79-1 (2005) Author: Duncan, Robert Relating to state and certain local fiscal matters; providing civil and criminal penalties. Senate: Finance No action taken in committee
HB 72 79-2 (2005) Author: Keffer, Jim Relating to motor fuel taxes. House: Property Tax Relief, Select Referred to Property Tax Relief, Select
HB 120 79-3 (2006) Author: Martinez Fischer, Trey | et. al. Relating to a temporary reduction in the rate imposed on the sale of gasoline. House: Ways & Means Referred to Ways & Means
SB 6 79-3 (2006) Author: Ogden, Steve Relating to certain tax legislation enacted by the 79th Legislature, 3rd Called Session. Senate: Finance Meeting cancelled
SB 35 79-3 (2006) Author: Shapleigh, Eliot | et. al. Relating to a temporary reduction in the tax rate imposed on the sale of gasoline. Senate: Finance Referred to Finance
HB 576 78-0 (2003) Author: Miller, Sid | et. al. Relating to the application of the gasoline tax to gasoline sold to volunteer fire departments. House: Ways & Means Referred to Ways & Means
HB 865 78-0 (2003) Author: Hilderbran, Harvey Relating to providing revenue from the gasoline tax to municipalities and counties for constructing and maintaining roads. House: Ways & Means Left pending in committee
HB 2413 78-0 (2003) Author: Hopson, Chuck Relating to the tax on gasoline sold to volunteer fire departments for their exclusive use. House: Ways & Means Left pending in committee
HB 2458 78-0 (2003) Author: Krusee, Mike | et. al.
Sponsor: Bivins, Teel
Relating to the collection of the motor fuel taxes; providing penalties. House: Ways & Means
Senate: Finance
See remarks for effective date
HB 2794 78-0 (2003) Author: Swinford, David Relating to modification of exceptions to the diesel fuel tax. House: Ways & Means Referred to Ways & Means
HCR 82 78-0 (2003) Author: Campbell, Scott | et. al.
Sponsor: Barrientos, Gonzalo
Memorializing Congress to increase Texas' share of revenue from the federal fuel tax to 95 percent. House: Transportation
Senate: Infrastructure Development and Security
Signed by the Governor
HJR 1 78-0 (2003) Author: Puente, Robert Proposing a constitutional amendment allowing the expenditure of motor vehicle fuel taxes and registration fees for rights-of-way for railroads and utilities. House: Transportation Postponed
HJR 79 78-0 (2003) Author: Coleman, Garnet Proposing a constitutional amendment repealing the constitutional dedication of revenue from taxes imposed on motor fuels used to propel a motor vehicle on the public highways of this state. House: Appropriations Referred to Appropriations
HJR 83 78-0 (2003) Author: Hopson, Chuck Proposing a constitutional amendment authorizing the legislature to allocate an amount greater than one-fourth of the net revenue from the tax on motor fuels sold to volunteer fire departments to the available school fund. House: Ways & Means Left pending in committee
SB 1308 78-0 (2003) Author: Bivins, Teel | et. al. Relating to the collection of motor fuel taxes; providing penalties. Senate: Finance Co-author authorized
SB 1865 78-0 (2003) Author: Bivins, Teel Relating to the delay or deferral of certain payments and transfers by the comptroller of public accounts. Senate: Finance Not again placed on intent calendar
SCR 1 78-0 (2003) Author: Estes, Craig | et. al.
Sponsor: Wilson, Ron
Memorializing Congress to restore the federal income tax deductibility of state and local sales taxes. House: Ways & Means
Senate: Finance
Signed by the Governor
SJR 27 78-0 (2003) Author: Lindsay, Jon Proposing a constitutional amendment dedicating certain revenue derived from motor fuel taxes for funding group health benefits for employees of school districts and for the Texas Department of Transportation. Senate: Finance Referred to Finance
SJR 31 78-0 (2003) Author: Wentworth, Jeff Proposing a constitutional amendment allowing the expenditure of motor vehicle fuel taxes and registration fees for rights-of-way for railroads and utilities. Senate: Infrastructure Development and Security Referred to Infrastructure Dev & Security
SB 12 78-4 (2003) Author: West, Royce Relating to the financing of certain sports and community venues. Senate: Intergovernmental Relations Referred to Intergovernmental Relations
HB 341 77-0 (2001) Author: Keffer, Jim Relating to disposition by counties of motor vehicle registration fees and sales tax revenue. House: Ways & Means No action taken in committee
HB 802 77-0 (2001) Author: Hope, Ruben | et. al. Relating to incentives for the sale, purchase, or use of certain vehicles. House: Ways & Means Left pending in committee
HB 1241 77-0 (2001) Author: Counts, David
Sponsor: Duncan, Robert
Relating to the purchase of diesel fuel by certain persons using a signed statement. House: Ways & Means
Senate: Business & Commerce
Effective on 9/1/01
HB 1280 77-0 (2001) Author: Hilderbran, Harvey Relating to providing revenue from the gasoline tax to municipalities and counties for constructing and maintaining roads. House: Ways & Means Referred to Ways & Means
HB 1682 77-0 (2001) Author: Alexander, Clyde | et. al. Relating to the rate of the state gasoline tax. House: Ways & Means Referred to Ways & Means
HB 3106 77-0 (2001) Author: Alexander, Clyde | et. al. Relating to the rates of state motor fuel taxes and the allocation of the taxes. House: Ways & Means Left pending in committee
HJR 46 77-0 (2001) Author: Alexander, Clyde | et. al. Proposing a constitutional amendment dedicating one-fourth of any revenue derived from an increase in the rate of the gasoline tax to funding group health benefits for active employees of school districts. House: Teacher Health Insurance, Select Left pending in committee
HJR 88 77-0 (2001) Author: Alexander, Clyde Proposing a constitutional amendment dedicating one-fourth of any revenue derived from an increase in the rate of a motor fuel tax to funding group health benefits for active employees of school districts. House: Teacher Health Insurance, Select Left pending in committee
SB 180 77-0 (2001) Author: Fraser, Troy | et. al.
Sponsor: Keffer, Jim
Relating to the disposition by counties of motor vehicle registration fees and sales tax revenue. House: Ways & Means
Senate: Finance
Placed on General State Calendar
SB 1749 77-0 (2001) Author: Haywood, Tom Relating to exempting certain gas used on the lease from the production tax. Senate: Finance Left pending in committee
SJR 27 77-0 (2001) Author: Lindsay, Jon Proposing a constitutional amendment establishing a special motor fuels tax and dedicating the proceeds of the special tax to the Texas Department of Transportation and to the funding of group health benefits for employees of school districts. Senate: Finance Referred to Finance
HB 123 76-0 (1999) Author: Keel, Terry Relating to the statute of limitations for the purpose of prosecuting certain offenses under the Tax Code. House: Criminal Jurisprudence Referred to Criminal Jurisprudence
HB 433 76-0 (1999) Author: Turner, Bob Relating to a refund of certain taxes paid on motor fuel by the holder of a liquefied gas tax decal permit. House: Ways & Means Subcommittee members named
HB 1164 76-0 (1999) Author: Hawley, Judy Relating to an exemption from the severance tax for oil and gas produced from certain wells under certain market conditions. House: Ways & Means Left pending in committee
HB 1519 76-0 (1999) Author: Junell, Robert Relating to the disposition of revenue from the motor vehicle sales tax by certain counties. House: Ways & Means Reported favorably as amended
HB 2567 76-0 (1999) Author: Cuellar, Henry Relating to incentives for the use of clean-burning alternative motor fuels and motor vehicles propelled by alternative motor fuels. House: Ways & Means Left pending in committee
HB 2771 76-0 (1999) Author: Bonnen, Dennis Relating to providing revenue from the gasoline tax to counties for constructing and maintaining roads. House: Ways & Means Referred to Ways & Means
HB 3082 76-0 (1999) Author: Telford, Barry Relating to the collection of motor fuel tax; providing penalties. House: Ways & Means Left pending in committee
HB 3159 76-0 (1999) Author: Oliveira, Rene
Sponsor: Armbrister, Kenneth
Relating to the application of the diesel fuel tax and a diesel fuel fee to diesel fuel used in certain passenger commercial motor vehicles. House: Ways & Means
Senate: Finance
Effective on 9/1/99
HB 3389 76-0 (1999) Author: Hilderbran, Harvey Relating to providing revenue from the gasoline tax to municipalities and counties for constructing and maintaining roads. House: Ways & Means Referred to Ways & Means
HB 3659 76-0 (1999) Author: Oliveira, Rene Relating to the sales and use tax on gasoline, diesel fuel, and liquefied gas; providing penalties. House: Ways & Means Left pending in committee
SB 70 76-0 (1999) Author: Brown, J. E.
Sponsor: Keel, Terry
Relating to the statute of limitations for the purpose of prosecuting certain offenses under the Tax Code. House: Criminal Jurisprudence
Senate: Criminal Justice
Effective on 9/1/99
SB 290 76-0 (1999) Author: Brown, J. E. | et. al.
Sponsor: Craddick, Tom | et. al.
Relating to a temporary exemption from the severance tax for oil and gas produced from wells under certain market conditions. House: Ways & Means
Senate: Finance
Effective immediately
SB 329 76-0 (1999) Author: Haywood, Tom
Sponsor: Keffer, Jim
Relating to the date on which certain tax payments are due. House: Ways & Means
Senate: Natural Resources
Effective on . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
SB 1068 76-0 (1999) Author: Fraser, Troy
Sponsor: Junell, Robert
Relating to disposition by counties of motor vehicle registration fees and sales tax revenue. House: Ways & Means
Senate: Finance
Committee report sent to Calendars
SB 1188 76-0 (1999) Author: Armbrister, Kenneth Relating to the collection of motor fuel tax; providing penalties Senate: Finance Left pending in committee
SB 1283 76-0 (1999) Author: Wentworth, Jeff Relating to the authority of certain political subdivisions to impose a gasoline tax in the political subdivision and to the use of the revenue from the tax. Senate: Finance Left pending in committee
SB 1547 76-0 (1999) Author: Bivins, Teel | et. al.
Sponsor: Oliveira, Rene
Relating to the collection of the tax on motor fuels; providing penalties. House: Ways & Means
Senate: Finance
Effective on . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
SB 1795 76-0 (1999) Author: Wentworth, Jeff Relating to the date on which severance taxes must be paid on certain oil. Senate: Finance Referred to Finance
SJR 29 76-0 (1999) Author: Wentworth, Jeff Proposing a constitutional amendment authorizing a local gasoline tax. Senate: Finance Failed to receive affirmative vote in comm.
HB 193 75-0 (1997) Author: Turner, Bob Relating to a refund of certain taxes paid on motor fuel by the holder of a liquefied gas tax decal permit. House: Ways & Means Referred to Ways & Means
HB 1958 75-0 (1997) Author: Hawley, Judy Relating to the imposition, collection, and administration of LPG delivery fees. House: Energy Resources Laid on the table subject to call
HB 2465 75-0 (1997) Author: Thompson, Senfronia Relating to tax exemptions for motor vehicles propelled by liquefied gas or other clean burning alternative fuels. House: Ways & Means Referred directly to subcommittee by chair
HB 2882 75-0 (1997) Author: Alexander, Clyde Relating to the collection and use of the gasoline tax. House: Ways & Means Referred to subcommittee
HB 3502 75-0 (1997) Author: Ramsay, Tom Relating to refund, credits and exemptions from motor fuels taxes. House: Ways & Means Referred to Ways & Means
SB 907 75-0 (1997) Author: Brown, J.E. | et. al.
Sponsor: Keel, Terry
Relating to the statute of limitations for the purpose of prosecuting certain offenses under the Tax Code. House: Criminal Jurisprudence
Senate: Criminal Justice
Committee report sent to Calendars
SB 925 75-0 (1997) Author: Ogden, Steve
Sponsor: Hawley, Judy
Relating to the imposition, collection, and administration of LPG delivery fees. House: Energy Resources
Senate: Natural Resources
Effective on 9/1/97
HB 144 74-0 (1995) Author: Turner, Bob Relating to a refund of certain taxes paid on motor fuel by the holder of a liquefied gas tax decal permit. House: Ways & Means Left pending in committee
HB 398 74-0 (1995) Author: Counts, David | et. al.
Sponsor: Lucio, Jr., Eddie
Relating to the eligibility of certain high-cost gas for a reduction of the gas production tax. House: Ways & Means
Senate: Finance
Effective on 9/1/95
HB 467 74-0 (1995) Author: Kuempel, Edmund
Sponsor: Ratliff, Bill
Relating to taxation of fuel used in the repair of rolling stock. House: Ways & Means
Senate: Finance
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HB 513 74-0 (1995) Author: Conley, Karyne Relating to the imposition, collection, allocation, and civil and criminal enforcement of a tax on the aboveground storage of aviation fuel. House: Ways & Means Referred to Ways & Means
HB 1131 74-0 (1995) Author: Clemons, Billy Relating to the rate of the gasoline tax and providing revenue from the gasoline tax to counties for acquiring rights-of-way, constructing, maintaining, and policing county roads. House: Ways & Means Referred to subcommittee
HB 1443 74-0 (1995) Author: Holzheauser, Steve Relating to the imposition, collection, and enforcement of taxes. House: Ways & Means Left pending in committee
HB 2234 74-0 (1995) Author: Gutierrez, Roberto Relating to the offense of presenting a bad check to a permitted distributor or permitted supplier of motor fuel for the payment of a debt that includes a tax. House: Criminal Jurisprudence Left pending in committee
HB 2578 74-0 (1995) Author: Howard, Charlie | et. al. Relating to abolishing the fee on the sale of automotive oil. House: Environmental Regulation Referred to Environmental Regulation
HJR 65 74-0 (1995) Author: Clemons, Billy | et. al. Proposing a constitutional amendment allowing one cent of the gasoline tax to be used exclusively for acquiring rights-of-way, constructing, maintaining, policing, or supervising traffic and safety on public roadways. House: Ways & Means Referred to subcommittee
SB 458 74-0 (1995) Author: Lucio, Jr., Eddie Relating to an exemption from the gas production tax for certain high-cost gas. Senate: Finance No action taken in committee
SB 640 74-0 (1995) Author: Montford, John
Sponsor: Holzheauser, Steve
Relating to the imposition, collection, and enforcement of taxes; providing penalties. House: Ways & Means
Senate: Finance
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SB 1444 74-0 (1995) Author: Brown, J.E. Relating to the period during which a person may claim a refund for taxes paid on gasoline used for off-road purposes. Senate: Finance No action taken in committee
SB 1566 74-0 (1995) Author: Nixon, Drew Relating to abolishing the fee on the sale of automotive oil. Senate: Finance Referred to Finance
HB 234 73-0 (1993) Author: Eckels, Robert Relating to an exemption for political subdivisions from motor fuel taxes and vehicle registration fees. House: Ways & Means Referred to subcommittee
HB 278 73-0 (1993) Author: Conley, Karyne Relating to the imposition, collection, allocation, and civil and criminal enforcement of a tax on the above-ground storage of aviation fuel. House: Ways & Means Referred to Ways & Means
HB 897 73-0 (1993) Author: Jackson, Mike Relating to the sales and use tax on gasoline. House: Ways & Means Referred to subcommittee
HB 925 73-0 (1993) Author: Craddick, Tom
Sponsor: Bivins, Teel
Relating to the appraisal of oil and gas property for ad valorem tax purposes. House: Ways & Means
Senate: Finance
Effective on 9/1/93
HB 940 73-0 (1993) Author: Eckels, Robert Relating to tax and other financial incentives for electric motor vehicles and motor vehicles using liquefied gas. House: Ways & Means Referred to subcommittee
HB 1005 73-0 (1993) Author: Junell, Robert | et. al. Relating to delaying certain allocations of the motor fuel tax. House: Appropriations Considered in Calendars
HB 1558 73-0 (1993) Author: Greenberg, Sherri Relating to the motor fuel tax exemption for railroads and allocating revenue. House: Ways & Means Referred to Ways & Means
HB 1702 73-0 (1993) Author: Craddick, Tom
Sponsor: Haley, Bill
Relating to an exemption from motor fuel taxes and vehicle registration fees for certain providers of school transportation services. House: Ways & Means
Senate: Finance
Effective on 9/1/93
HB 2497 73-0 (1993) Author: Berlanga, Hugo Relating to the administration of motor fuel taxes. House: Ways & Means Left pending in committee
HB 2516 73-0 (1993) Author: Horn, Jim
Sponsor: Brown, J.E.
Relating to the fees for the administration and enforcement of the labeling of motor fuels containing certain mixtures of gasoline and alcohol. House: Ways & Means
Senate: Natural Resources
Effective in 90 days -- 8/30/93
HCR 125 73-0 (1993) Author: Craddick, Tom
Sponsor: Shelley, Dan
Urging the Congress of the United States not to adopt the administration's proposed inland waterways fuel tax increase. House: Ways & Means
Senate: Finance
Placed on intent calendar
SB 100 73-0 (1993) Author: Harris, O.H. Relating to tax and regulatory relief as incentives for the production of certain gas that is difficult or expensive to produce and relating to a reduced oil production tax rate for oil from certain enhanced recovery projects. Senate: State Affairs Withdrawn from intent calendar
SB 665 73-0 (1993) Author: Haley, Bill Relating to an exemption from motor fuel taxes for certain providers of school transportation services. Senate: Finance Referred to Finance
SB 894 73-0 (1993) Author: Montford, John
Sponsor: Berlanga, Hugo
Relating to the administration and enforcement of motor fuel taxes; providing penalties. House: Ways & Means
Senate: Finance
Effective on 9/1/93
SB 1293 73-0 (1993) Author: Bivins, Teel
Sponsor: Craddick, Tom
Relating to certain tax-free purchases of diesel fuel. House: Ways & Means
Senate: Finance
Effective in 90 days -- 8/30/93
SB 1412 73-0 (1993) Author: Parker, Carl Relating to motor fuel marketing and prohibited business practices, providing exemptions. Senate: State Affairs Referred to State Affairs
HB 804 72-0 (1991) Author: Dutton, Jr., Harold V. Relating to the imposition, collection, administration, civil and criminal enforcement, and allocation of taxes on aviation fuels and the use of aviation fuel tax revenues. House: Ways & Means Left pending in committee
HB 1097 72-0 (1991) Author: Evans, Larry Relating to the imposition, collection, administration, civil and criminal enforcement, and allocation of taxes on aviation fuels and the use of aviation fuel tax revenues. House: Ways & Means Left pending in committee
HB 1151 72-0 (1991) Author: Junell, Robert | et. al. Relating to an exemption for municipalities from motor fuel taxes. House: Ways & Means Left pending in subcommittee
HB 1212 72-0 (1991) Author: Saunders, Robert Relating to the distribution of revenue from the unclaimed refundable gasoline tax. House: Ways & Means Referred directly to subcommittee by chair
HB 1230 72-0 (1991) Author: Hunter, Bob Relating to an exemption from the gas production tax for lease use gas. House: Ways & Means Referred directly to subcommittee by chair
HB 1287 72-0 (1991) Author: Craddick, Tom Relating to the date that the gas production tax is due on certain gas. House: Ways & Means Referred directly to subcommittee by chair
HB 1540 72-0 (1991) Author: Hirschi, John | et. al. Relating to the imposition, collection, administration, civil and criminal enforcement, and allocation of taxes on aviation fuels and to the aviation trust fund. House: Ways & Means Left pending in committee
HB 1557 72-0 (1991) Author: Gutierrez, Roberto Relating to the offense of presenting a bad check to a permitted distributor of motor fuel for the payment of a debt that includes a tax. House: Business & Commerce 1st Printing sent to Calendars
HB 2046 72-0 (1991) Author: Seidlits, Jr., Curtis
Sponsor: Turner, Jim
Relating to the taxation of semitrailers. House: Ways & Means
Senate: Finance
Effective on 9/1/91
HB 2668 72-0 (1991) Author: Cain, David Relating to exempting propane and compressed natural gas from the liquified tax. House: Ways & Means Referred directly to subcommittee by chair
HB 2827 72-0 (1991) Author: Wilson, Ron Relating to the creation of a fund for the purchase of equipment for the policing of public roadways and to an increase in the gasoline tax for the benefit of the fund. House: Ways & Means Withdrawn from schedule
SB 1029 72-0 (1991) Author: Whitmire, John Relating to exempting propane and compressed natural gas from the liquefied gas tax. Senate: Finance Referred to Finance
SB 1208 72-0 (1991) Author: Henderson, Don Relating to the sales and use tax on gasoline and diesel fuel. Senate: Finance Referred to Finance
SB 1216 72-0 (1991) Author: Haley, Bill
Sponsor: Hury, James
Relating to an exemption from motor fuel taxes for certain providers of school transportation services. House: Ways & Means
Senate: Finance
1st Printing sent to Calendars
HB 11 72-1 (1991) Author: Hury, James
Sponsor: Glasgow, Bob
Relating to raising revenue for the operation of state and local government; to the imposition, application, rates, collection, and administration of various fees and taxes and to the allocation of revenue from fees and taxes; to liability for the costs of certain state and local services; providing penalties; making appropriations. House: Ways & Means
Senate: Finance
Effective on 9/1/91
HB 12 72-4 (1992) Author: Wilson, Ron Relating to the imposition, collection, administration, and civil and criminal enforcement of a tax on aviation fuels and to the allocation of the tax to the foundation school fund. House: Ways & Means Referred to Ways & Means
HB 1155 71-0 (1989) Author: Hury, James
Sponsor: McFarland, Bob
Relating to the imposition, administration, collection and enforcement of motor fuel taxes; prescribing penalties. House: Ways & Means
Senate: Finance
Effective on 9/1/89
HB 1356 71-0 (1989) Author: Cain, David
Sponsor: Montford, John
Relating to the allocation and transfer of motor fuels tax revenues and certain other state revenues. House: Appropriations
Senate: Finance
Effective immediately
HB 1559 71-0 (1989) Author: Dutton, Jr., Harold V. Relating to the imposition, collection, administration, civil and criminal enforcement, and allocation of taxes on aviation fuels and the use of aviation fuel tax revenues. House: Ways & Means Withdrawn from schedule
HB 1617 71-0 (1989) Author: Culberson, John Relating to an exemption for public school districts from motor fuel taxes. House: Ways & Means 1st Printing sent to Comm. on Cal.
HB 1661 71-0 (1989) Author: Schlueter, Stan Relating to the imposition, administration, collection, and civil and criminal enforcement of, and the allocation and use of revenue from, a local option county vehicle fuel tax. House: Ways & Means Pending in committee
HB 1908 71-0 (1989) Author: Schlueter, Stan Relating to economic development and the fuel alcohol incentive production program. House: Energy Laid on table subj. to call in comm.
HB 1914 71-0 (1989) Author: Kubiak, L.B. Relating to credits for the sale and use of fuel alcohol and gasoline blends. House: Ways & Means Referred to subcommittee
HB 2034 71-0 (1989) Author: Luna III, Albert
Sponsor: Krier, Cynthia
Relating to interstate agreements relating to the exchange of motor fuel and motor fuel tax information and the enforcement of motor fuel taxes. House: Ways & Means
Senate: Finance
Effective in 90 days-8/28/89
HB 2394 71-0 (1989) Author: Luna III, Albert Relating to exceptions to gasoline and diesel fuel taxes. House: Ways & Means Referred to subcommittee
HB 2812 71-0 (1989) Author: Russell, Sam | et. al. Relating to the powers and duties of regional education service centers and to the provision of funds for those powers and duties through the imposition, administration, collection, and civil and criminal... House: Ways & Means Pending in committee
HJR 62 71-0 (1989) Author: Schlueter, Stan Proposing a constitutional amendment relating to the use of local tax on motor fuels. House: Ways & Means Pending in committee
SB 195 71-0 (1989) Author: Carriker, Steven | et. al. Relating to a reduced oil production tax rate for oil from certain enhanced recovery projects; providing a civil penalty. Senate: Finance No action taken in committee
SB 695 71-0 (1989) Author: McFarland, Bob Relating to the imposition, administration, collection and enforcement of motor fuel taxes, prescribing penalties, and declaring an emergency. Senate: Finance No action taken in committee
SB 790 71-0 (1989) Author: Montford, John Relating to allocations of motor fuel tax revenues. Senate: Finance Reported favorably w/o amendments
SCR 15 71-0 (1989) Author: Montford, John Urging the Texas congressional delegation to oppose imposition of a federal motor fuel tax increase to achieve deficit reduction. Senate: State Affairs Reported favorably w/o amendments
SCR 16 71-0 (1989) Author: Montford, John Urging the Texas congressional delegation to support the removal of the transportation trust funds from the federal budget. Senate: State Affairs Referred to State Affairs
HCR 15 71-1 (1989) Author: Cain, David
Sponsor: Montford, John
Urging Congress not to increase the federal motor fuels tax. House: Transportation
Senate: State Affairs
Signed by the Governor
HB 134 71-5 (1990) Author: Delco, Wilhelmina Relating to the imposition, administration, collection, distribution, and civil and criminal enforcement of a tax on certain fuel used in aviation. Filed
HB 28 71-6 (1990) Author: Delco, Wilhelmina Relating to the imposition, administration, collection, distribution, and civil and criminal enforcement of a tax on certain fuel used in aviation. House: Ways & Means Referred to Ways & Means
HCR 22 71-6 (1990) Author: Hury, James
Sponsor: Caperton, Kent
Requesting President Bush and the U.S. Congress to reject proposals to increase federal excise taxes on beer, wine, cigarettes and gasoline. Signed by the Governor
HB 294 70-0 (1987) Author: Waldrop, Tom Relating to the exemption for school districts from motor fuel taxes. House: Ways & Means Pending in subcommittee
HB 649 70-0 (1987) Author: Taylor, M.A. Relating to the motor fuels tax on the use of liquefied gas by certain motor vehicles carrying persons for compensation. House: Ways & Means Pending in subcommittee
HB 740 70-0 (1987) Author: Dutton, Jr., Harold V. Relating to the imposition and rate of motor fuel taxes and the allocation of revenue from motor fuel taxes. House: Ways & Means Referred to subcommittee
HB 942 70-0 (1987) Author: Schlueter, Stan
Sponsor: Glasgow, Bob
Relating to an extension of the temporary increase in the state motor fuels tax rates. House: Ways & Means
Senate: Committee of the Whole
Vetoed by the Governor
HB 1584 70-0 (1987) Author: Harrison, Dudley Relating to the imposition, collection, administration, civil and criminal enforcement, and allocation of taxes on aviation fuels. House: Ways & Means Coauthor authorized
HB 1590 70-0 (1987) Author: McKinney, Mike Relating to the deposit of money to the credit of the state parks fund. House: Ways & Means Pending in subcommittee
HB 1794 70-0 (1987) Author: McWilliams, Jim Relating to the allocation of certain motor fuels tax revenue to the counties from which the tax revenue originates. House: Ways & Means Pending in subcommittee
HB 2489 70-0 (1987) Author: Rudd, Jim Relating to the imposition, collection, administration, civil and criminal enforcement, and allocation of taxes on aviation fuels. House: Ways & Means Pending in subcommittee
HJR 45 70-0 (1987) Author: Dutton, Jr., Harold V. Proposing a constitutional amendment permitting the use of certain motor fuel tax revenues for general governmental purposes. House: Ways & Means Referred to subcommittee
HJR 57 70-0 (1987) Author: Williamson, Richard Proposing a constitutional amendment allowing the use of certain tax revenue to be used for transportation services. House: Ways & Means Referred to Ways & Means
SB 516 70-0 (1987) Author: Brown, J.E. Relating to tax credits for the sale or use of mixtures of gasoline and alcohol. Senate: Finance Referred to Finance
SB 522 70-0 (1987) Author: Sarpalius, Bill
Sponsor: Harrison, Dudley
Relating to gasoline tax credits for gasoline and alcohol mixtures. House: Ways & Means
Senate: Finance
Effective on 9/1/87
SB 968 70-0 (1987) Author: Sims, Bill
Sponsor: Hackney, Clint
Relating to bonding and other surety requirements for payment of motor fuel taxes. House: Ways & Means
Senate: Economic Development
Placed on General State Calendar
HB 50 70-2 (1987) Author: Harrison, Dudley Relating to a temporary extension of the increase in the state motor fuels tax rates and to a temporary increase in the state sales and use tax rate. House: Ways & Means Coauthor authorized
HB 62 70-2 (1987) Author: Stiles, Mark
Sponsor: Glasgow, Bob
Relating to motor fuel and gas production taxes. House: Ways & Means
Senate: Committee of the Whole
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HB 230 69-0 (1985) Author: Clemons, Billy Relating to the application and rate of the gasoline tax to cities and counties in this state. House: Ways & Means Referred to subcommittee
HB 644 69-0 (1985) Author: Riley, Randall Relating to the rates of liquefied gas for certain categories of users. House: Ways & Means Referred to subcommittee
HB 1275 69-0 (1985) Author: Craddick, Tom Relating to the rates of and credits on taxes on liquefied gas for certain categories of users. House: Ways & Means Withdrawn by author
HB 1463 69-0 (1985) Author: Gibson, Bruce
Sponsor: Glasgow, Bob
Relating to the application of motor fuel taxes on motor fuel brought into the state in or delivered into certain fuel supply tanks of motor vehicles. House: Ways & Means
Senate: Finance
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HB 1627 69-0 (1985) Author: Horn, Jim
Sponsor: Jones, Grant
Relating to tax credits for the sale or use of mixtures of motor fuel and alcohol. House: Ways & Means
Senate: Finance
Record vote
HB 1756 69-0 (1985) Author: Saunders, Robert Relating to gasoline tax credits for sales and uses of gasoline and alcohol mixtures. House: Ways & Means Referred to subcommittee
HB 1950 69-0 (1985) Author: Gibson, Bruce Relating to the taxation of gasoline and alcohol mixtures. House: Ways & Means Referred to subcommittee
HB 2411 69-0 (1985) Author: Pierce, George
Sponsor: Traeger, John
Relating to the calibration for motor fuel tax purposes of cargo tanks used for transporting gasoline or diesel fuel. House: Transportation
Senate: Finance
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SB 83 69-0 (1985) Author: Williams, Lindon Relating to the qualifications of alcohol and gasoline mixtures for credits under the motor fuel tax. Senate: Finance Referred to subcommittee
SB 629 69-0 (1985) Author: Sarpalius, Bill Relating to tax credits for the sale or use of mixtures of motor fuel and alcohol. Senate: Finance Referred to subcommittee
SB 740 69-0 (1985) Author: Glasgow, Bob Relating to taxation of motor fuels by certain interstate truckers and the provision of allowances therefore; amending certain requirements for credits or refunds of taxes paid by certain interstate truckers; amendment of evidence of delivery diesel fuel into fuel supply tanks; amendment of exceptions to imposition of motor fuel taxes applicable on gasoline brought into the state in certain vehicles; declaring an emergency. Senate: Finance No action taken in committee
SB 815 69-0 (1985) Author: Traeger, John Relating to the imposition, administration, collection, and civil and criminal enforcement of, and the allocation and use of revenue from, a local option county vehicle fuel tax. Senate: Finance Referred to Finance
SB 981 69-0 (1985) Author: Harris, O.H. Relating to gasoline tax credits for sales and uses of gasoline and alcohol mixtures. Senate: Finance Referred to subcommittee
HB 38 69-2 (1986) Author: Horn, Jim Relating to tax credits for the sale or use of mixtures of motor fuel and alcohol. House: Ways & Means Referred to Ways & Means
HB 39 69-2 (1986) Author: Horn, Jim Relating to tax credits for the sale or use of mixtures of motor fuel and alcohol. House: Ways & Means Referred to Ways & Means
HB 48 69-2 (1986) Author: Dutton, Jr., Harold V. Relating to the imposition and rate of motor fuel taxes and the allocation of revenue from motor fuel taxes. House: Ways & Means Referred to Ways & Means
HB 65 69-2 (1986) Author: Gilley, Smith Relating to the rate of gasoline, diesel fuel, and liquefied gas taxes. House: Ways & Means Referred to Ways & Means
HB 75 69-2 (1986) Author: Horn, Jim Relating to the transfer of the amount of tax credits allowed on the sale of gasohol. House: Appropriations
Senate: Finance
Referred to Finance
HJR 9 69-2 (1986) Author: Dutton, Jr., Harold V. Proposing a constitutional amendment permitting the use of certain motor fuel tax revenues for general governmental purposes. House: Ways & Means Referred to Ways & Means
SB 35 69-2 (1986) Author: Montford, John Relating to the transfer of tax credits allowed on the sale of gasohol. Senate: Finance No action taken in committee
HB 6 69-3 (1986) Author: Horn, Jim Relating to credits for the sale of gasoline and alcohol mixtures and to the transfer of certain funds equal to the amount of those credits. House: Appropriations Referred to Appropriations
HB 11 69-3 (1986) Author: Horn, Jim
Sponsor: Montford, John
Relating to credits for the sale of gasoline and alcohol mixtures and to the transfer of certain funds equal to the amount of those credits. House: Ways & Means
Senate: Finance
Tagged in committee
HB 35 69-3 (1986) Author: Dutton, Jr., Harold V. Relating to the imposition and rate of motor fuel taxes and the allocation of revenue from motor fuel taxes. House: Ways & Means Coauthor authorized
HB 65 69-3 (1986) Author: Carriker, Steve Relating to the imposition, collection, administration, civil and criminal enforcement, and allocation of taxes on aviation fuels. House: Ways & Means Referred to Ways & Means
HJR 8 69-3 (1986) Author: Dutton, Jr., Harold V. Proposing a constitutional amendment permitting the use of certain motor fuel tax revenues for general governmental purposes. House: Ways & Means Coauthor authorized
SB 29 69-3 (1986) Author: Montford, John
Sponsor: Harrison, Dudley
Relating to tax credits allowed on the sale of certain mixtures of gasoline and alcohol. House: Ways & Means
Senate: Finance
Effective immediately
SB 53 69-3 (1986) Author: Caperton, Kent Relating to the rate of the state limited retail sales and use tax and to the rate of motor fuel taxes. Senate: Finance
SR 6 69-3 (1986) Author: Caperton, Kent | et. al. Submitting for consideration by the Texas Senate a proposal relating to the rate of the state limited retail sales and use tax and to the rate of motor fuel taxes.
HB 343 68-0 (1983) Author: Polumbo, Anthony Relating to an exemption for school districts from gasoline and diesel fuel taxes. House: Ways & Means Subcommittee laid on table subject to call
HB 362 68-0 (1983) Author: Collazo, Jr., Frank Relating to the allocation and uses of motor fuel taxes for city streets. House: Ways & Means Referred to Committee on Ways & Means
HB 783 68-0 (1983) Author: Green, Gene Relating to a change in the calculation of certain motor fuel taxes. House: Ways & Means Committee laid on table subject to call
HB 817 68-0 (1983) Author: Valles, Robert "Bob" Relating to the motor fuel tax requirement of surety bonds for interstate truckers. House: Ways & Means Subcommittee laid on table subject to call
HB 1144 68-0 (1983) Author: Laney, James Relating to the period of validity of certain motor fuel tax decals and permits, to refunds for unused portions of certain advanced taxes paid, and to the determination of the tax liability in the first year after the issuance of a liquified gas tax decal. House: Ways & Means Subcommittee laid on table subject to call
HB 1286 68-0 (1983) Author: Valles, Robert "Bob" Relating to an exemption for school districts from taxes on gasoline and diesel fuel used in school buses. House: Ways & Means See remarks
HB 1529 68-0 (1983) Author: Valles, Robert "Bob" Relating to the imposition, collection, administration, civil and criminal enforcement, and allocation of taxes on aviation fuels. House: Ways & Means No action taken
HB 2436 68-0 (1983) Author: Schlueter, Stan
Sponsor: Jones, Grant
Relating to the exemption from motor fuels tax for gasoline and alcohol mixtures. House: Ways & Means
Senate: Finance
Effective immediately
SB 77 68-0 (1983) Author: Sarpalius, Bill Relating to the exemption from or refund of the gasoline tax for certain emergency and fire-fighting uses. Senate: Finance Referred to Committee on Finance
SB 570 68-0 (1983) Author: Montford, John
Sponsor: Valles, Robert "Bob"
Relating to the motor fuel tax requirement of surety bonds for interstate truckers. House: Ways & Means
Senate: State Affairs
Effective immediately
SB 614 68-0 (1983) Author: Santiesteban, H.
Sponsor: Laney, James
Relating to the period of validity of certain motor fuel tax decals and permits, to refunds for unused portions of certain advanced taxes paid, and to the determination of the tax liability in the first year after the issuance of a liquefied gas tax decal. House: Ways & Means
Senate: Finance
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SB 1436 68-0 (1983) Author: Jones, Grant Relating to the exemption from the motor fuels tax for gasoline and alcohol mixtures. Senate: Finance Referred to Committee on Finance
HB 53 68-2 (1984) Author: Kemp, Hill Relating to the rates of taxes for motor fuels. House: Ways & Means See remarks
HB 87 68-2 (1984) Author: Carriker, Steve Relating to the imposition, collection, administration, civil and criminal enforcement, and allocation of taxes on aviation fuels. House: Ways & Means See remarks
HB 110 68-2 (1984) Author: Thompson, Gary Relating to the adoption, administration, rate, collection, and civil and criminal enforcement of, and the distribution and use of revenue from, a local option county vehicle fuel tax on gasoline and diesel fuel. House: Ways & Means See remarks
HB 24 67-0 (1981) Author: Kubiak, Dan
Sponsor: Sarpalius, Bill
Relating to the taxation of certain motor fuels containing ethyl alcohol. House: Ways & Means
Senate: Natural Resources
Consideration postponed
HB 116 67-0 (1981) Author: Salinas, Froy Relating to an exemption for incorporated cities and towns, counties, and school districts from the gasoline and diesel fuel taxes. House: Ways & Means Referred to subcommittee
HB 697 67-0 (1981) Author: Heatly, W.S. "Bill"
Sponsor: Harris, O.H.
Relating to the imposition, collection, administration, civil and criminal enforcement, and allocation of motor fuel taxes. House: Ways & Means
Senate: Economic Development
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HB 815 67-0 (1981) Author: Keese, Bill Relating to the taxation of certain motor fuel containing ethyl alcohol. House: Ways & Means Coauthor authorized
HB 884 67-0 (1981) Author: Whaley, Foster Relating to the refund of certain motor fuel taxes paid on gasoline containing alcohol. House: Ways & Means Referred to subcommittee
HB 2161 67-0 (1981) Author: Uher, D.R. Relating to an exemption from the gasoline and diesel fuel taxes for motor fuel used in church buses and to the registration of church buses. House: Ways & Means Subcommittee laid on table subject to call
HB 2213 67-0 (1981) Author: Thompson, Senfronia Relating to the imposition, collection, and administration of an occupation tax on refiners of motor fuel and diesel fuel. House: Ways & Means Referred to Committee on Ways & Means
HB 2277 67-0 (1981) Author: Clayton, Bill Relating to the taxation of certain motor fuels and to the allocation and disposition of state revenue for highways. House: Ways & Means Referred to Committee on Ways & Means
SB 92 67-0 (1981) Author: Vale, Bob Relating to the taxation of certain motor fuel containing alcohol. Senate: Finance Referred to subcommittee
SB 252 67-0 (1981) Author: Meier, Bill Relating to the taxation of certain motor fuels containing ethyl alcohol. Senate: Finance Referred to subcommittee
SB 617 67-0 (1981) Author: Leedom, John Relating to an exemption for incorporated cities and towns, counties, and school districts from the gasoline and diesel fuel taxes. Senate: Finance Reported from committee favorably with amendments
HB 44 67-1 (1981) Author: Kubiak, Dan Relating to the taxation of certain motor fuels containing ethyl alcohol. House: Ways & Means Coauthor authorized
SB 14 67-1 (1981) Author: Sarpalius, Bill
Sponsor: Kubiak, Dan
Relating to the conservation of the mineral resources of this state; relating to the creation of a Gasoline and Alcohol Mixture Fund; providing for necessary transfers to such fund; providing for credits and payments with respect to the sale of the mixture of gasoline and alcohol. House: Ways & Means
Senate: Natural Resources
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HB 142 66-0 (1979) Author: Keese, Bill Relating to the taxation of certain motor fuel containing alcohol. House: Ways & Means Coauthor authorized
HB 497 66-0 (1979) Author: Brown, Albert "Al" Relating to the taxation of motor fuel used in certaom motor vehicles owned or leased by a school district. House: Ways & Means Considered by subcommittee in public hearing
HB 1431 66-0 (1979) Author: Laney, James
Sponsor: McKnight, Peyton
Relating to the imposition, collection, administration, civil and criminal enforcement, and allocation of taxes on motor fuels. House: Ways & Means
Senate: Finance
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HB 2130 66-0 (1979) Author: Hill, Gerald Repealing the application of the diesel fuel tax law to transit companies. House: Ways & Means Referred to Subcommittee on Revenue Administration
SB 643 66-0 (1979) Author: Price, Bob
Sponsor: Jackson, Lee
Relating to the taxation of certain motor fuel containing alcohol. House: Ways & Means
Senate: Natural Resources
Scheduled for future calendar placement
SB 795 66-0 (1979) Author: Vale, Bob Relating to a taxation of certain motor fuels containing alcohol. Senate: Natural Resources Laid on the table subject to call
SB 810 66-0 (1979) Author: McKnight, Peyton Relating to the imposition, collection, administration, civil, and criminal enforcement, and allocation of taxes on motor fuels. Senate: Finance Scheduled for public hearing on . . . . . .
HB 3 65-0 (1977) Author: Nugent, James E.
Sponsor: Moore, W.T. "Bill"
Relating to the allocation and use of state revenue credited to the Omnibus Tax Clearance Fund and allocations from the State Highway Fund; making an appropriation. House: Transportation
Senate: Finance
Effective immediately
HB 17 65-0 (1977) Author: Miller, Chris Relating to the imposition, collection, and administration of an occupation tax on refiners of motor fuel and diesel fuel; providing penalties; reducing the rate of the motor fuel tax and the diesel fuel tax. House: Ways & Means Referred to Committee on Ways & Means
HB 60 65-0 (1977) Author: Wilson, John Relating to increasing the minimum reimbursement percentage rate from the department of highways and public transportation to cities and counties for the acquisition of certain rights-of-ways; increasing motor fuel, diesel, and liquified petroleum gas taxes in order to finance the increased amount of reimbursements. House: Ways & Means Referred to Committee on Ways & Means
HB 1118 65-0 (1977) Author: Moreno, Paul Relative to inspection for the enforcement of the Motor Fuel Tax; providing penalties. House: Ways & Means Assigned to General State Calendar
HB 1995 65-0 (1977) Author: Tejeda, Frank Relating to the creation and use of and the distribution and allocations of money from the city streets fund; providing for the allocation and distribution of certain revenue from taxes imposed on gasoline and distribution of certain revenue from taxes imposed on gasoline and on the sale and sue of parts, accessories, and tires for motor vehicles designed for use on public roads. House: Ways & Means Referred to Committee on Ways & Means
HB 2072 65-0 (1977) Author: Hoestenbach, John Relating to airport fixed base operators being distrubutors for purposes of the motor fuel tax. House: Ways & Means Assigned to General State Calendar
HB 21 65-2 (1978) Author: Tejeda, Frank Relating to the creation and use of and the distribution and allocations of money from the city streets fund; providing for the allocation and distribution of certain revenue from taxes imposed on gasoline and on the sale and use of parts, accessories, and tires for motor vehicles designed for use on public roads. House: Ways & Means Referred to Committee on Ways and Means
HB 190 64-0 (1975) Author: Geiger, Richard S. Relating to allowing certain transit companies to be reimbursed for payments of taxes on motor fuel used for the propulsion of transit vehicles under certain circumstances; permitting tax-free sales of diesel fuel to certain transit companies. House: Transportation Referred to subcommittee
HB 657 64-0 (1975) Author: Temple, Arthur "Buddy" Relating to the imposition, collection, and administration of an occupation tax on refiners of motor fuel and diesel fuel; providing penalties; reducing the rate of the motor fuel tax and the diesel fuel tax. House: Revenue & Taxation Referred to subcommittee
HB 782 64-0 (1975) Author: Geiger, Richard S. Allowing agencies of the state, counties, cities, towns, villages of the state to receive refunds of taxes paid on motor fuel, diesel, and liquefied gas used in motor vehicles owned or leased by the state or a county, city, town, or village and used exclusively in performing the public functions of the agency or the county, city, town, or village. House: Revenue & Taxation Referred to subcommittee
HB 795 64-0 (1975) Author: Brown, Albert "Al" Allowing public school districts to receive refunds of taxes paid on motor fuel, diesel, and liquefied gas used in motor vehicles owned or leased by a public school district and used exclusively in performing the public functions of the district. House: Revenue & Taxation Referred to subcommittee
HB 799 64-0 (1975) Author: Waters, Ron Relating to the increase and reduction of certain state taxes. House: Revenue & Taxation Rules suspended
HB 901 64-0 (1975) Author: Grant, Ben Z. Providing Public Agencies and exemption from taxes imposed on motor fuel, diesel, and liquefied gas; allowing refunds for taxes paid. House: Revenue & Taxation Reported from committee with substitute
HB 1145 64-0 (1975) Author: Henderson, Don Relating to authorizing the sale of diesel fuel without collection of the special fuels tax when made to a bonded dealer; providing for the collection of the tax by bonded dealers; authorizing the collection and evaporation allowance for bonded dealers; providing for the issuance of bonded dealer's permits; providing for duties by bonded dealers. House: Revenue & Taxation Referred to Committee on Revenue and Taxation
HB 1243 64-0 (1975) Author: Slay, Chester Relating to retaining motor fuel taxes on motor fuel used in noncommercial aircraft, providing for motor fuel tax refunds to air carriers and commercial charter airlines licensed by the United States or the state for motor fuel used in commercial flights; providing for the allocation and distribution of certain unrefundable and unrefunded motor fuel to the Texas Aeronautics Commission and to publically owned airports in this state. House: Transportation Referred to Committee on Transportation
HB 1319 64-0 (1975) Author: Newton, Jon P. Amending Article 9.02, Chapter 9, Article 10.03, Subchapter A of Chapter 10, Article 10.53, Subchapter B of Chapter 10, Title 122A, Taxation-General, Revised Civil Statutes of Texas, as amended, by levying an excise tax on motor fuel, diesel fuel and liquefied gas proportionant to future contingent reduction of federal tax. House: Revenue & Taxation Reported from committee favorably without amendments
HB 1877 64-0 (1975) Author: Allen, Joe Allowing tax free purchases of liquefied gas on a statement; restricting the tax free purchase under a statement; providing an effective date. House: Revenue & Taxation Referred to Committee on Revenue and Taxation
HB 1878 64-0 (1975) Author: Allen, Joe Allowing tax free purchases of diesel fuel on a statement; restricting the tax free purchase under a statement; providing an effective date. House: Revenue & Taxation Referred to Committee on Revenue and Taxation
HJR 2 64-0 (1975) Author: Coleman, Ronald Relating to exempting petroleum products manufacturing taxes from the dedication of Section 7-a, Article VIII. House: Constitutional Revision Referred to Committee on Constitutional Revision
HJR 35 64-0 (1975) Author: Sullivant, Bill Relating to the allocation and dedication of certain taxes on motor fuels and lubricants to the available school fund. House: Constitutional Revision Referred to Committee on Constitutional Revision
SB 410 64-0 (1975) Author: Brooks, Chet Providing Public Agencies an exemption from taxes imposed on motor fuel, diesel, and liquefied gas; allowing for taxes paid. Senate: Finance Co-author authorized
HB 122 63-0 (1973) Author: Geiger, Richard S. Relating to the motor fuel and diesel fuel tax paid by certain transit companies; amending Article 9.05, 9.14, 10.03, and 10.06, Title 122A, Taxation - General, Revised Civil Statutes of Texas, 1925, as amended; and declaring an emergency. House: Revenue & Taxation Referred to subcommittee
HB 123 63-0 (1973) Author: Geiger, Richard S. Exempting cities, counties, and state agencies from the motor fuel and diesel fuel tax; amending Articles 9.05, 10.03, and 10.06, Title 122A, Taxation - General, Revised Civil Statutes of Texas, 1925, as amended; and declaring an emergency. House: Revenue & Taxation Referred to subcommittee
HB 507 63-0 (1973) Author: Calhoun, Frank Relating to establishing permanent motor fuel tax permits with exceptions and establishing continuous bonds; providing for saving, severability and repealer clauses. House: Revenue & Taxation Committee hearing date
HB 532 63-0 (1973) Author: Cavness, Don Relating to allocating certain unrefunded motor fuel tax receipts from motorboat fuels to the special boat fund; providing for uses for the special boat fund; providing for a transfer of funds. House: Environmental Affairs Laid on the table subject to call
HB 807 63-0 (1973) Author: Kaster, James J. Relating to refunds for certain persons modifying motor vehicles to operate by the use of liquefied gas. House: Revenue & Taxation Reported favorably
HB 949 63-0 (1973) Author: Williamson, Billy H. To authorize any county to impose a sales tax on gasoline; requiring an election on the question of imposing the tax; providing for the collection, enforcement, and administration of the tax by the comptroller; providing penalties; providing disposition of revenue; and declaring an emergency. House: Revenue & Taxation Referred to subcommittee
SB 73 63-0 (1973) Author: Jones, Grant Relating to the establishment of permanent licensing with continuous bonds which constitute a separate obligation for each 12-month period Senate: Intergovernmental Relations Referred to Committee on Intergovernmental Relations
SB 229 63-0 (1973) Author: Jones, Grant
Sponsor: Calhoun, Frank
Relating to establishing permanent motor fuel tax permits with exceptions and establishing continuous bonds; providing for saving, severability, and repealer clauses. House: Revenue & Taxation
Senate: Economic Development
Effective immediately
SB 242 63-0 (1973) Author: Jones, Grant
Sponsor: Calhoun, Frank
Relating to issuance of permit lists to suppliers of diesel fuel; authorizing automatic renewal of permits under certain conditions; providing certain exemption for certain suppliers or users; establishing continuous bonds; providing saving, severability, and repealer clauses. House: Revenue & Taxation
Senate: Natural Resources
90 Day Bill
SB 247 63-0 (1973) Author: Hightower, Jack Relating to establishing permanent motor fuel tax permits with exceptions and establishing continuous bonds. Senate: Natural Resources Referred to Committee on Natural Resources
SB 249 63-0 (1973) Author: Hightower, Jack Relating to establishing permanent licensing with continuous bonds constituting separate obligations for each 12-month period in the special fuels tax laws; providing a saving clause. Senate: Natural Resources Referred to Committee on Natural Resources
SB 375 63-0 (1973) Author: Herring, Charles
Sponsor: Cavness, Don
Relating to allocating certain unrefunded motor fuel tax receipts from motorboat fuels to the special boat fund; providing for uses for the special boat fund; providing for a transfer of funds. House: Environmental Affairs
Senate: Finance
Signed by Governor
HB 65 62-0 (1971) Author: Jones, Delwin Relating to the application for and granting of a non-bonded agricultural user's permitto purchase liquified gas tax-free.
HB 134 62-0 (1971) Author: Parker, Carl Relating to the allocation of certain motor vehicle fuel tax revenue to a city street fund established in the State Treasury, and the reallocation of motor fuel tax revenues to certain other funds, the appropriation and allotment of money from the city street fund to certain cities for use in the acquisition, construction and maintenance of city streets, the submission of certain reports, and suits by the state for reimbursement by the city of misused or misappropriated funds received from the city street fund.
HB 135 62-0 (1971) Author: Parker, Carl Relating to the allocation of certain motor vehicle fuel tax revenue to a city street fund established in the State Treasury, and the reallocation of motor fuel tax revenues to certain other funds, the appropriation and allotment of money from the city street fund to certain cities for use in the acquisition, construction and maintenance of city streets, the submission of certain reports, and suits by the state for reimbursement by the city of misused or misappropriated funds received from the city street fund.
HB 272 62-0 (1971) Author: Lemmon, Ray Relating to allowing tax-free sales of motor fuel to the state and its political subdivisions.
HB 297 62-0 (1971) Author: Salem, Joe
Sponsor: Bridges, Ronald W.
Relating to special fuels tax, jet fuels, and defining airport fixed base operator.
HB 752 62-0 (1971) Author: Calhoun, Frank
Sponsor: Hightower, Jack
Relating to amending the Motor Fuel Tax Law, as amended, by eliminating the practice of adjusting volumes of motor fuel sold to bulk users to a volume at sixty degrees (60°) Fahrenheit to cover losses.
HB 1098 62-0 (1971) Author: Jones, Delwin Relating to permits and taxation of suppliers and users of liquefied gas.
HB 1241 62-0 (1971) Author: Rodriguez, Lindsey Relating to making certain changes in the limited Sales, Excise and Use Tax Law for taxing of motor fuel and diesel fuel that is not subject to the Motor Fuel or Diesel Fuel Tax.
HB 1502 62-0 (1971) Author: Rodriguez, Lindsey Relating to making the diesel fuel tax law and the liquified gas tax law applicable to all sales and uses of diesel fuel and liquified gas, except uses by the United States.
HB 1516 62-0 (1971) Author: Hull, Cordell Relating to changing the designated use of certain revenue allocated to the State Highway Fund.
HB 1816 62-0 (1971) Author: Reed, Dick Relating to an increase in the motor fuel tax.
HB 1858 62-0 (1971) Author: Traeger, John
Sponsor: Kennard, Don
Relating to reducing the rate of the motor fuels tax and to provide for the distribution of the motor fuels tax; amending the allocation of funds in the Omnibus Tax Clearance Fund; providing an effective date.
HB 1870 62-0 (1971) Author: Jones, Delwin Relating to disposition of unrefunded motor fuel taxes.
HCR 143 62-0 (1971) Author: Lemmon, Ray Requesting the Senate to return HB 272 to the House.
HJR 54 62-0 (1971) Author: Johnson, Jake Proposing an amendment that one percent per gallon of the motor fuel tax be allocated to private schools, public schools and business colleges.
SB 139 62-0 (1971) Author: Word, J.P. Relating to amending statutes relating to Taxation-General relative to operators of motor vehicles powered with liquefied gas within or into this State, loaded weight, presumption of gas consumed and taxes due State to be computed on that basis.
SB 460 62-0 (1971) Author: Blanchard, H.J. "Doc"
Sponsor: Jones, Delwin
Relating to the issuance of permits and taxation of suppliers, dealers, and users of gas and liquefied gas carburetor dealers.
SB 544 62-0 (1971) Author: Kothmann, Glenn Relating to providing for refunds of motor fuel tax paid by volunteer fire departments for use in fire-fighting vehicles.
SB 1037 62-0 (1971) Author: Creighton, Tom Relating to amending the Motor Fuel Tax Law to exlude payment of refunds on motor fuel used in aircraft except that used for spraying purposes.
HB 583 61-0 (1969) Author: Ogg, Jack Relating to changing the designated use of certain revenue allocated to the State Highway Fund; phasing out required allocations to the Farm-to-Market Road Fund; providing for completion of road construction currently initiated; providing for permissive use of state highway funds for Farm-to-Market Road construction; transferring certain funds from the Clearance Fund to the State Highway Fund.
HB 628 61-0 (1969) Author: Jones, Jr., Edmund E. "Sonny" Relating to changing the designated use of certain revenue allocated to the State Highway Fund; phasing out required allocations to the Farm-to-Market Road Fund, phasing out required expenditures for new Farm-to-Market Road construction; providing for permissive use of state highway funds for Farm-to-Market Road construction; transferring funds from the Farm-to-Market Road Fund to the State Highway Fund.
HB 824 61-0 (1969) Author: Ray, Jr., C. L. Relating to imposing a tax on the sale or distribution of aviation fuel.
HB 1176 61-0 (1969) Author: Jungmichel, Charles H. Relating to the imposition, collection, administration, and enforcement of a tax on certain special fuels, defined as diesel fuel and liquefied gas.
SB 31 61-0 (1969) Author: Moore, W.T. "Bill" Relating to amending Statutes to provide for exemption of certain state agencies from payment of the Motor Fuels Tax and the Special Fuels Tax.
HB 146 60-0 (1967) Author: Atwell, Ben Relating to refunds of portions of the taxes on motor fuels and special fuels; providing a limit on certain motor fuel and special fuel tax refunds.
HB 147 60-0 (1967) Author: Atwell, Ben Relating to examination of records by the Comptroller for tax purposes.
HB 475 60-0 (1967) Author: Simpson, Joshua M. "Red" Relating to amending the Special Fuels Tax Law to authorize suppliers of liquefied gas to make deductions from the taxable gallons to cover fuel used in stationary pumping operations.
HB 524 60-0 (1967) Author: Cain, Pat Relating to amending the Motor Fuel Tax Law; fixing the effective date of this Act.
HB 525 60-0 (1967) Author: Cain, Pat Relating to amending the Special Fuels Tax Law to provide that a lessor of motor vehicles who supplies or pays for the special fuels consumed in motor vehicles leased to others by him may be deemed to be the user of such fuels, and may be licensed as an import-user; setting the effective date of this Act.
HB 767 60-0 (1967) Author: Whatley, Willis James | et. al. Relating to imposing a tax on the sale or distribution of aviation fuel.
HB 1004 60-0 (1967) Author: Vickery, Glenn Wheeler | et. al. Relating to authorizing any incorporated city to impose a sales tax on gasoline; providing penalties.
HB 1006 60-0 (1967) Author: Vickery, Glenn Wheeler | et. al. Relating to increasing the motor fuel tax and allocating certain proceeds from that tax to the incorporated cities of the state.
HB 26 60-1 (1968) Author: Purcell, Glenn | et. al. Relating to amending certain statute so as to change the designated use of certain revenue allocated to the State Highway Fund.
HB 8 59-0 (1965) Author: Parsley, Bill J. Relating to the refund of motor fuel taxes and special fuel taxes paid by certain transit companies on motor fuel and special fuel used or consumed, or to be used or consumed, except the one fourth of the taxes which is allocated to the Available School Fund.
HB 120 59-0 (1965) Author: Simpson, Joshua M. "Red" Relating to amending the Special Fuels Tax Law, pertaining to collection of the tax by suppliers, authorizing certain deliveries of special fuels without collecting a tax, and authorizing suppliers of liquefied gas to make deductions from the taxable gallons to cover fuel used in stationary pumping operations.
HB 309 59-0 (1965) Author: Atwell, Ben Relating to amending certain statutes relative to allocating and appropriating a certain portion of the unclaimed refunds of motor fuel taxes for use in acquiring land for recreational purposes and enforcement of the Texas Water Safety Act.
HB 315 59-0 (1965) Author: Atwell, Ben Relating to amending certain acts by levying a tax of five cents per gallon on motor fuel used for producing power for the operation of vessels on the waterways of this State.
HB 324 59-0 (1965) Author: Slider, James Lenoy Relating to levying a tax of five cents per gallon on motor fuel used for producing power for the operation of vessels on the waterways of this State.
HB 376 59-0 (1965) Author: Haynes, Jr., Clyde Relating to amending certain Statutes by limiting the right to refund of motor fuel taxes paid for non-highway purposes to three-fourths of the tax paid less certain deductions.
HB 895 59-0 (1965) Author: Harrison, John Ray | et. al. Relating to motor fuel tax refunds for certain aircraft operators.
HB 970 59-0 (1965) Author: Armstrong, Robert Landis "Bob" Relating to motor fuel tax refunds to persons selling motor fuel at retail.
SB 110 59-0 (1965) Author: Krueger, Culp | et. al. Relating to amending certain Acts by levying a tax of five cents per gallon on motor fuel used for producing power for the operation of vessels on the waterways of this state.
HB 272 58-0 (1963) Author: Hughes, Robert H. "Bob" Relating to regulating the exemption from taxation of motor fuel used exclusively in aircraft engines; removing aircraft use of fuel from certain refund claim procedure; removing the provisions relating to allocation of unclaimed aircraft fuel refunds.
HB 357 58-0 (1963) Author: Green, Howard Lemuel | et. al. Relating to providing for refund of motor fuel taxes and of special fuel taxes paid by a transit company on motor fuel used or consumed, or to be used or consumed, except the one-fourth (1/4) of the taxes which is allocated to the Available School Fund.
HB 368 58-0 (1963) Author: Atwell, Ben Relating to amending the Special Fuels Tax Law, providing that before the right of a person to purchase special fuels tax free is forfeited as now provided by law, such person shall be granted a hearing or opportunity to be heard; providing that in case of forfeiture the Comptroller may issue said person a non-bonded user's permit to purchase special fuels tax paid from bonded suppliers or dealers and to file claims for refund of taxes paid on special fuels used off the public highways; pertaining to invoices issued on the sale and delivery of special fuels and records to be kept.
HB 451 58-0 (1963) Author: Jarvis, Ben E. Relating to providing that certain motor fuel purchased or otherwise acquired outside of the State of Texas and brought into this State by any person who is returning thereto immediately following an absence therefrom for a period of less than twenty-four (24) hours duration shall be subject to the excise tax levied on the first use of such motor fuel in this State and payable by such person as the Comptroller may prescribe; providing for an effective date.
HB 484 58-0 (1963) Author: Garrison, Donald E. "Don" Relating to providing a net seventy-three and one-half percent (73 1/2%) exemption refund from the Motor Fuel Tax rather than the ninety-eight and one half percent (98 1/2%) exemption now prescribed, and crediting this additional twenty-five percent (25%) to the Available School Fund.
HB 581 58-0 (1963) Author: Jamison, Jr., Alonzo W. Relating to adjusting the rate of the excise tax on liquefied gas used as a motor fuel to equalize it with the tax rates on gasoline and distillate fuel in terms of value and efficiency; setting an effective date.
SB 147 58-0 (1963) Author: Schwartz, A.R. "Babe" Relating to providing for refund of motor fuel taxes paid by a transit company on motor fuel used or consumed, or to be used or consumed, except the one-fourth (1/4) of the taxes which is allocated to the Available School Fund; providing for refund of special fuel taxes paid by a transit company on special fuel used or consumed, or to be used or consumed, except the one-fourth (1/4) of the taxes which is allocated to the Available School Fund.
SB 164 58-0 (1963) Author: Reagan, Bruce A. Relating to clarifying and unifying the allocations made to distributors, wholesalers and retailers of motor fuel for evaporation and other handling losses and for the expense of collecting, accounting for, and reporting the tax levied upon the first sale, distribution, or use of motor fuel.
SB 258 58-0 (1963) Author: Krueger, Culp Relating to exempting certain church-owned motor vehicles used for church school purposes from certain motor vehicles sales taxes and registration fees, and providing for refunds of certain motor fuel taxes.
HB 15 57-0 (1961) Author: Guffey, Lloyd Myron | et. al. Relating to amending certain Acts exempting certain church-owned motor vehicles used for church school purposes from certain motor vehicles sales taxes and registration fees, and providing for refunds of certain motor fuel taxes; providing for severability.
HB 72 57-0 (1961) Author: Mullen, Bob R. | et. al. Relating to amending certain Acts relating to claimed and unclaimed refunds on motor fuel revenues used for aircraft purposes.
HB 129 57-0 (1961) Author: Cory, Richard Henry "Dick" Relating to amending a certain Statute removing the necessity to notarize claims for motor fuel tax refund.
HB 369 57-0 (1961) Author: Cowen, Warren C. "Red" | et. al. Relating to amending Chapter 9, Article 9.14 of House Bill No. 11, 56th Legislature, Third Called Session, to provide for refund of motor fuel taxes paid by a transit company on motor fuel used or consumed.
HB 393 57-0 (1961) Author: Sandahl, Jr., Charles L. Relating to amending a certain Statute providing that revenues collected thereunder for audits and examinations to be deposited to the General Revenue Fund of the State; abolishing the Highway Motor Fuel Audit Fund, No.74; transferring cash assets of Fund No.74 to the General Revenue Fund.
HB 540 57-0 (1961) Author: Haynes, Jr., Clyde Relating to amending a certain Article of the Revised Civil Statutes relating to limiting the right to refund of motor fuel taxes paid for non-highway purposes to three-fourths (3/4) of the tax paid less certain deductions.
HB 877 57-0 (1961) Author: Ballman, Charles Lee Relating to amending a certain Statute relating to the allocation of motor fuel tax revenues.
HJR 62 57-0 (1961) Author: Dungan, William Taylor "Bill" | et. al. Relating to proposing an amendment to the Constitution of Texas to allocate one-half (1/2) of the net revenue from the motor fuel tax to the Available School Fund.
SB 10 57-0 (1961) Author: Roberts, Herbert Ray | et. al. Relating to amending a certain Act relating to Taxation-General-Motor Fuel Tax pertaining to claimed and unclaimed refunds on motor fuel revenues used for aircraft purposes.
SB 206 57-0 (1961) Author: Reagan, Bruce A. Relating to amending a certain Act to clarif and unify the allocations made to distributors, wholesalers and retailers of motor fuel for evaporation and other handling losses and for the expense of collecting, accounting for, and reporting the tax levied upon the first sale, distribution, or use of motor fuel.
SB 311 57-0 (1961) Author: Schwartz, A.R. "Babe" Relating to amending a certain Act to provide for refund of motor fuel taxes paid by a transit company on motor fuel used or consumed, or to be used or consumed, except the one-fourth (1/4) of the taxes which is allocated to the Available School Fund, by the Constitution of the State of Texas.
HB 20 57-1 (1961) Author: Ballman, Charles Lee Relating to raising revenue for the State of Texas; amending certain Statutes relating to imposing a limited sales, excise and use tax on the sale or use of certain tangible personal property in this State and providing for the administration and enforcement of such tax and the allocation of the revenues therefrom; providing certain penalties for failure to report or pay hotel occupancy tax when due; providing for effective dates.
SB 27 57-1 (1961) Author: Owen, III, Frank Relating to amending a certain Statute, relating to the Special Fuels Tax Law, providing for the collection and payment of taxes by suppliers, dealers, and users with exceptions, relating to permits to sell or use special fuels; prescribing records to be kept and invoices to be issued, relating to the reporting and payment of taxes to this state and authorizing a credit for tax paid on special fuels thereafter used in other states; to make statutory and civil penalties uniform with other tax laws.
SB 1 57-3 (1962) Author: Colson, Esther Neveille | et. al. Relating to amending certain Statutes to provide for the maintenance of Farm-to-Market Roads and making certain allocations of the balances of enforcement funds; to require the expenditure of certain amounts for the construction of newly designated Farm-to-Market Roads.
HB 49 56-0 (1959) Author: Cowen, Warren C. "Red" | et. al. Relating to amending certain statutes refunding motor fuel taxes to certain transit companies.
HB 241 56-0 (1959) Author: Day, Jr., James C. "Jimmy" Relating to amending certain acts by removing the necessity to notarize claims for motor fuel tax refund.
HB 279 56-0 (1959) Author: Slack, Richard C. | et. al. Relating to the allocation of the motor fuel tax.
HB 433 56-0 (1959) Author: Seeligson, Frates Slick Relating to limiting the right to refund of motor fuel taxes paid for non-highway purposes to 3/4 of the tax paid, less certain deductions.
HB 764 56-0 (1959) Author: Seeligson, Frates Slick Relating to levying an excise tax upon the use of special fuels for the propulsion of motor vehicles upon the public highways of this State at rates of Five Cents per gallon of liquefied gas and Six and Five-tenths Cents per gallon of distillate fuel so used.
HB 16 56-1 (1959) Author: Slack, Richard C. Relating to the allocation of the motor fuel tax.
HB 21 56-1 (1959) Author: Woolsey, W. N. "Bill" Relating to increasing revenue for the support of the State Government.
HB 24 56-1 (1959) Author: Miller, Clyde Relating to reducing the tax upon the first sale, distribution, or use of motor fuel.
HB 5 56-2 (1959) Author: Woolsey, W. N. "Bill" Relating to increasing revenue for the support of the State Government.
HB 7 56-2 (1959) Author: Roberts, Wesley Brownlee Relating to providing additional revenue for the support of State government.
HB 8 56-2 (1959) Author: Roberts, Wesley Brownlee Relating to providing additional revenue for the support of State government.
HB 9 56-2 (1959) Author: Miller, Clyde Relating to reducing the tax upon the first sale, distribution, or use of motor fuel.
HB 10 56-2 (1959) Author: Hinson, George T. | et. al. Relating to providing additional revenue for the support of State government.
HB 12 56-2 (1959) Author: Roberts, Wesley Brownlee Relating to additional revenue for the support of State government.
HB 18 56-2 (1959) Author: Seeligson, Frates Slick Relating to the revision of the oil production tax, the natural gas production tax, sulfur tax, motor vehicle sales tax, gasoline tax, tax on express companies, telegraph companies and others.
HB 24 56-2 (1959) Author: Miller, Clyde Relating to imposing an occupation or privilege tax on persons engaged in the occupation of producing in or importing motor fuel into this State; providing an effective date.
HB 45 56-2 (1959) Author: Cowen, Warren C. "Red" Relating to amending certain acts relating to the refund of certain taxes to transit companies for the use of the public streets and other projects.
HB 1 56-3 (1959) Author: Woolsey, W. N. "Bill" Relating to increasing revenues for the support of the State Government.
HB 9 56-3 (1959) Author: Roberts, Wesley Brownlee Relating to revising certain statutes and certain other laws relating to taxation.
HB 10 56-3 (1959) Author: Roberts, Wesley Brownlee Relating to levying certain new taxes and increasing certain existing taxes for the support of the State government.
HB 11 56-3 (1959) Author: Roberts, Wesley Brownlee Relating to taxation; revising certain statutes into a new Title to be known as Title 122A "Taxation General" of the Revised Civil Statutes of Texas; providing for an effective date.
HB 12 56-3 (1959) Author: Miller, Clyde Relating to imposing an occupation or privilege tax on persons engaged in the occupation of producing in or importing motor fuel into this State; providing an effective date.
HB 17 56-3 (1959) Author: Seeligson, Frates Slick Relating to revising and rearranging certain statutes of the Taxation Code.
HB 19 56-3 (1959) Author: Laurel, Oscar M. | et. al. Relating to providing additional revenue for the support of State government.
HB 56 56-3 (1959) Author: Cowen, Warren C. "Red" Relating to amending certain acts to provide for refund of motor fuel taxes paid by a transit company on motor fuel used or consumed, or to be used or consumed, except the one-fourth (1/4) of the taxes which is allocated to the Available School Fund, by the Constitution of the State of Texas.
HB 195 55-0 (1957) Author: Baker, Robert W. | et. al. Relating to amending certain Acts to provide for the refund of motor fuel taxes paid by cities and towns of the State.
HB 316 55-0 (1957) Author: Cowen, Warren C. "Red" | et. al. Relating to amending certain Acts by providing that certain taxes shall not be applicable when motor fuel, liquefied gases, and other liquid fuels are used or consumed, or are to be used or consumed by certain transit companies.
HB 355 55-0 (1957) Author: McGregor, Malcolm Relating to amending certain Acts which levy a tax on motor fuel; changing the exemption provisions relative to motor fuel brought into this State in a quantity of 30 gallons or less in a fuel tank of a motor vehicle so as to require payment of the tax on such motor fuel under certain circumstances.
HB 705 55-0 (1957) Author: Strickland, Robert L. "Bob" Relating to amending certain Articles to re-define the term "distributor" and the term "first sale" of motor fuel; authorizing distributors to make sales of motor fuel tax free to wholesale dealers and jobbers holding valid permits as distributors, who purchase said motor fuel for taxable resale or distribution at wholesale; requiring taxes be collected and paid to this State on resales, distributions or uses of said motor fuel, etc.
HB 812 55-0 (1957) Author: McIlhany, Grainger Walter | et. al. Relating to amending certain Acts to redefinine the terms "motor fuel" and "other liquid fuels."
HB 821 55-0 (1957) Author: Jamison, Jr., Alonzo W. Relating to amending certain Acts by refunding tax on motor fuels if used by city transit companies.
SB 379 55-0 (1957) Author: Kazen, Jr., Abraham "Chick" Relating to amending certain Acts to re-define the term "distributor" and the term "first sale" of motor fuel; repealing conflicting provisions of law, and preserving taxes, penalties, interest, liens and bonds existing prior to amendments.
HB 181 54-0 (1955) Author: Murphy, Jr., Charles Alfred Relating to amending Statutes so as to increase the excise tax levied and imposed upon motor fuels, liquefied gases, and other liquid fuels used or delivered into a fuel tank for use in propelling motor vehicles upon the public highways of Texas.
HB 379 54-0 (1955) Author: Bryan, Sr., Jack C. Relating to amending certain Acts to provide for the refund of a portion of motor fuel taxes paid by operators of aircraft; to transfer a portion of such taxes paid by persons operating aircraft to a special fund in the State Treasury to be known as the Aeronautics Fund; providing for methods to be used in disbursing and transferring moneys from the Aeronautics Fund; providing for procedures to be used by the Comptroller and State Treasurer in allocating certain revenues from the motor fuel tax for refund and transfer purposes.
HB 522 54-0 (1955) Author: Bergman, Douglas Ernest Relating to amending the Motor Fuel Tax Law; changing the allocation and distribution of motor fuel taxes to provide for allocation of three-fourths of the unrefunded tax paid on motor fuel used in aircraft to a special account for the use and benefit of Texas Aeronautics Commission and making further provisions relative to the reporting, determination, and allocation of such tax.
HB 578 54-0 (1955) Author: Strickland, Robert L. "Bob" Relating to amending certain Acts to reduce the amount of gasoline tax refund and allow allocation of part of the gasoline tax to the Available Free School Fund, free of refunds and to permit allocation of a portion of the gasoline tax receipts to the Available Free School Fund prior to and free of refunds.
HB 660 54-0 (1955) Author: Stone, Stanton Relating to increasing revenues for the support of the State Government; revising and arranging certain statutes of this State relating to taxation into a new title of the Revised Civil Statutes of Texas to be known as "Title 122A, Taxation-General."
HB 688 54-0 (1955) Author: Wheeler, Bob Relating to amending certain Acts by extending the existing law which authorizes one licensed distributor to make sales or resales of motor fuel products without collecting the tax imposed thereon to another licensed and bonded distributor when the products are purchased for exportation, further refining, or blending with other products, to extend said authority to one licensed distributor to make sale or resales of said motor fuel products without collecting the tax imposed thereon to another licensed and bonded distributor who purchases the product for the purpose of sale or resale to the Federal Government for the exclusive use of said Federal Government.
HB 839 54-0 (1955) Author: Zbranek, Jaromir Charles "Zeke" Relating to providing for a processing tax of one-fourth (1/4) cent per gallon on all combustible condensates, such as refined gasoline, naptha, casinghead gasoline, natural gasoline, drip gasoline, and all other combustible condensates of crude petroleum, natural gas, or any other product by any method of refining, manufacturing, processing, separating, extracting, compounding, blending, or storing, whether manufactured within or without this State; providing penalties for evasion of this Act; providing for production records to be kept and penalties for refusal or neglect in rendering reports; providing for penalties for failing to remit tax; providing for tax to be paid at point of production or storage.
HJR 8 54-0 (1955) Author: Murphy, Jr., Charles Alfred | et. al. Proposing an amendment to Article VIII of the Constitution of Texas by adding thereto a new section providing that all taxes levied after January 1, 1955, on motor fuels and lubricants used to propel motor vehicles over public roadways shall be devoted to roadway use only.
HB 6 53-0 (1953) Author: Hogue, Grady C. | et. al. Relating to providing for a processing tax of one cent (1¢) per gallon on all combustible condensates, such as refined gasoline, naptha, casinghead gasoline, natural gasoline, drip gasoline, and all other combustible condensates of crude petroleum, natural gas, or any other product by any method of refining, manufacturing, processing, separating, extracting, compounding, blonding, or storing, whether manufactured within or without this State, by any person, agent, manufacturer, producer, corporation, partnership, association, or otherwise, in any refinery, manufacturing plant, processing plant, separating plant, extracting plant, compounding plant, blending plant, storage plant, or any other place or by any other method used for the purpose of producing or storing combustible condensates; providing penalties.
HB 11 53-0 (1953) Author: Chambers, William R. "Bill" | et. al. Relating to amending certain Acts in regard to providing for the volume corrections of motor fuel sold for the purpose of resale in Texas.
HB 26 53-0 (1953) Author: Crain, Jr., Frank H. Relating to amending Acts relating to the sale of casinghead gasoline, drip gasoline or other derivatives of crude oil or natural gas by producers of such products.
HB 242 53-0 (1953) Author: Bates, Sr., James S. "Jim" | et. al. Relating to directing the Comptroller of Public Accounts on the first day of September, 1953, and the first day of March, 1954, and on each succeeding first day of September and the first day of March thereafter, to determine by any proper method or formula the amount of gasoline used in aircraft and on which no application for refund of the tax has been made by any person or corporation and against which limitation has run for the period of six months next preceding the dates September 1, 1953, and March 1, 1954, and each six months thereafter; and determining the amount of tax that would have been refunded had claims been filed according to law; to place the amount determined by the Comptroller herein in the Treasury in a special fund for the use and benefits of the Aeronautics Commission in the State of Texas.
HB 387 53-0 (1953) Author: Owen, III, Frank Relating to amending certain Acts by providing for refund claims for motor fuel under specified conditions.
HB 783 53-0 (1953) Author: Garrett, Warren R. "Gabe" Relating to amending certain Acts so as to levy and impose an excise tax of five (5¢) cents per gallon on all liquefied gas used or delivered into a fuel tank for use, in propelling a motor vehicle upon the public highways of Texas, and Seven and one-half (7 1/2¢) cents per gallon on all other liquid fuels used or delivered into a fuel tank for use, in propelling a motor vehicle upon the public highways of Texas.
HB 784 53-0 (1953) Author: Garrett, Warren R. "Gabe" Relating to amending certain Acts so as to increase the motor fuel tax from four (4) cents to five (5) cents per gallon, or fractional part thereof.
HB 806 53-0 (1953) Author: Johnson, J. Pearce Relating to amending the motor fuel tax relating to liquefied gas and other liquid fuels, by providing an exemption, authorizing the Comptroller certain administrative powers.
HB 819 53-0 (1953) Author: Hall, Bertie Lee "Bert" | et. al. Relating to levying, equitably equalizing and allocating taxes to provide revenue for the construction of highways, aid to incorporated cities and towns, construction of farm to market roads, for water conservation and for state hospitals and special schools, and for the economical and efficient operation of the State government by amending so as to increase the occupation tax levied on the mining and production of sulphur, taxing the manufacture and production of products from raw materials; a tax upon first sale of imported like products; levying a processing tax on oil and gas; decreasing the tax on motor vehicle sales, radios, chain stores, and the gasoline or motor fuel tax.
HJR 24 53-0 (1953) Author: Murphy, Jr., Charles Alfred Proposing a constitutional amendment providing that all taxes levied after January 1, 1953, on motor fuels and lubricants used to propel motor vehicles over public roadways shall be devoted to roadway use only.
SB 8 53-0 (1953) Author: Lane, Wardlow William Relating to amending the Motor Fuel Tax Laws relating to distributors, first sales, and payment of taxes to the Comptroller.
SB 92 53-0 (1953) Author: Sadler, Harley Herman Relating to directing the Comptroller of Public Accounts to determine the amount of gasoline used in aircraft and on which no application for refund of the tax has been made by any person or corporation and against which limitation has run for the period of six months and to place the amount determined in the State Treasury for the Aeronautics Commission.
SB 328 53-0 (1953) Author: Sadler, Harley Herman | et. al. Relating to providing funds for the development of aeronautics in Texas and also to provide funds for the Available Free School Fund of Texas, determining a refund of motor fuel tax on gasoline used in aircraft.
SJR 15 53-0 (1953) Author: Lock, Ottis E. Relating to proposing a constitutional amendment providing that all taxes levied after May 1, 1953 on motor fuels and lubricants used to propel motor vehicles over public roadways shall be devoted to roadway use only.
HB 2 53-1 (1954) Author: Buchanan, Dexter Harold "Buck" Relating to revising and arranging certain statutes of this State relating to taxation into a new title of the Revised Civil Statutes of Texas to be known as "Title 122A, Taxation--General".
HB 18 53-1 (1954) Author: Yancy, Jr., James Watson | et. al. Relating to amending certain Acts to provide that the person entitled to reimbursement of tax paid by him, less the one per cent (1%) allowed the distributors shall only be entitled to three-fourths (3/4) of the refund and the remaining one-fourth (1/4) of the refund to be allocated to the Available School Fund of the State of Texas.
HB 26 53-1 (1954) Author: Fisk, Jack Gordon Relating to revising and arranging certain statutes of this State relating to taxation into a new title to be known as "Title 122A, Taxation -- General"; reducing the rate of all taxes included in Title 122A by ten per cent (10%) except the Poll Tax.
HB 200 52-0 (1951) Author: Murphy, Jr., Charles Alfred | et. al. Relating to providing that the motor fuel taxes paid by each public transportation company and taxicab company in each city, operating under franchise or permit therefrom, shall be paid over by the State Comptroller each year to each such city, allowing a deduction; providing penalties on each such company for failure to report, providing that the funds so received shall be used for the Constitutional purposes and no other, making an appropriation for a period of two years in furtherance hereof.
HB 214 52-0 (1951) Author: Murphy, Jr., Charles Alfred | et. al. Relating to amending certain acts by providing that no motor fuel used by a municipal corporation for any municipal purpose within its corporate limits shall be subject to the motor fuel tax; providing for refund of any tax actually paid.
HB 324 52-0 (1951) Author: Johnson, J. Pearce Relating to amending the Motor Fuel Tax Law so as to provide for the coloring by refund dealers of motor fuel sold or appropriated upon which a refund of the tax will be made under Section 13 of the Motor Fuel Tax Law; containing a savings clause.
HB 476 52-0 (1951) Author: Shannon, Sr., Joe Relating to amending an Article of the Motor Fuel Tax Law by providing that the distributor of motor fuel shall make a deduction when remitting the tax to cover losses and expenses of collecting the tax levied herein and complying with the other provisions of this Article.
HB 553 52-0 (1951) Author: Triplett, Max | et. al. Relating to amending certain acts so as to increase the motor fuel tax levied therein from four (4) cents to five (5) cents per gallon; changing the allocation of the motor fuel tax collected; providing for the placing of the funds allocated to Farm-to-Market Roads in a fund known as the Farm-to-Market Road Fund and providing for their expenditure; providing for the placing of the funds allocated for the construction and maintenance of streets in incorporated cities and towns in a fund known as the City Street Fund and providing for their expenditure.
HB 578 52-0 (1951) Author: Swindell, William Agnew "Bill" Relating to amending certain acts by providing for refund of taxes paid on motor fuel used off the public highway; describing applications and licenses refund dealers are required to file and secure; describing the records to be kept by refund.
HJR 36 52-0 (1951) Author: Johnson, J. Pearce | et. al. Proposing an amendment to provide for the expenditure of one-fourth (1/4) of the net revenue from the motor fuel tax by the Texas Highway Department, in equal portions, for the construction and maintenance of farm-to-market roads and for the construction and maintenance of expressways and streets within the incorporated limits of cities and towns, officially designated as part of the State highway system.
SB 101 52-0 (1951) Author: Nokes, Jr., George O. | et. al. Relating to directing the Comptroller of Public Accounts on the first day of September, 1951, and the first day of March 1952, and on each succeeding first day of September and first day of March thereafter, to determine by any proper method or formula the amount of gasoline used in aircrafts and on which no application for refund of the tax has been made by any person or corporation and against which limitation has run for the period of six months thereafter.
SB 114 52-0 (1951) Author: Bracewell, Jr., Joseph Searcy Relating to amending certain Acts by providing that no motor fuel used by a municipal corporation for any municipal purpose within its corporate limits shall be subject to the motor fuel tax; providing for refund of any tax actually paid.
SB 240 52-0 (1951) Author: Hazlewood, Grady Relating to amending the Motor Fuel Tax Law provide that licensed retail dealers in motor fuel shall receive a refund of two per cent (2%) of State taxes imposed on motor fuel sold by them to cover losses from taxes paid on shrinkage, evaporation and other losses and expenses incurred in collecting the tax for the State.
SB 301 52-0 (1951) Author: Lane, Wardlow William Relating to amending the Motor Fuel Tax Law by providing that the distributor of motor fuel shall make a deduction when remitting the tax to cover losses and expenses of collecting the tax levied herein and complying with the other provisions of said Article.
HB 34 51-0 (1949) Author: Clifton, Davis | et. al. Relating to providing for a processing tax of one cent per gallon on all combustible condensates, such as refined gasoline, naphtha, casinghead gasoline, natural gasoline, drip gasoline, and all other combustible condensates of crude petroleum, natural gas, or any other product by any method of refining, manufacturing, processing, separating, extracting, compounding, blending, or storing, whether manufactured within or without this State, by any person, agent, manufacturer, producer, corporation, partnership, association, or otherwise, in any refinery, manufacturing plant, processing plant, separating plant, extracting plant, compounding plant, blending plant, storage plant, or any other place or by any other method used for the purpose of producing or storing combustible condensates; repealing all laws or parts of laws in conflict herewith; providing a savings clause. Provides for changing the name of Board and County and District Road Indebtedness to Board of County and District Road Indebtedness and Highways
HB 533 51-0 (1949) Author: Woodruff, II, George Jefferson "Jeff" | et. al. Relating to providing that no motor fuel used by a municipal corporation for any municipal purpose shall be subject to motor fuel taxes; providing for refund of any tax actually paid.
HB 534 51-0 (1949) Author: Woodruff, II, George Jefferson "Jeff" | et. al. Relating to providing that the motor fuel taxes paid by each public transportation company and taxicab company in each city, operating under franchise or permit therefrom, shall be paid over by the State Comptroller each year to each such city.
HB 670 51-0 (1949) Author: Johnson, J. Pearce | et. al. Relating to directing the Comptroller of Public Accounts on the first day of September, 1949, and the first day of March, 1950 and on each succeeding first day of September and the first day of March thereafter, to determine by any proper method or formula the amount of gasoline used in aircrafts and on which no application for refund of the tax has been made by any person or corporation and against which limitation has run for the period of six months next preceding the dates September 1, 1949 and March 1, 1950 and each six months thereafter.
HB 835 51-0 (1949) Author: Fleming, Joe B. Relating to increase the revenues for the payment of old age assistance, aid to destitute children, aid to needy blind, obligations of the State under Teachers Retirement Act, and paying other expenses and obligations of the State and amending Statutes so as to increase the occupation tax therein levied on the production of oil in an amount equal to ten (10) per centum by amending previous Statues.
SB 306 51-0 (1949) Author: Aikin, Jr., A.M. Relating to directing the Comptroller of Public Accounts on the first day of September, 1949 and the first day of March, 1950 and on each succeeding first day of September and the first day of March thereafter, to determine by any proper method or formula the amount of gasoline used in aircraft and on which no application for refund of the tax has been made by any person or corporation and against which limitation has run for the period of six months next preceding the dates September 1, 1949 and March 1, 1950 and each six months thereafter.
HB 36 50-0 (1947) Author: Lanier, Gus M. | et. al. Relating to providing for a Farm-to-Market Road System; increasing the tax on motor fuel sold from four (4) cents per gallon to five (5) cents per gallon; prescribing penalties.
HB 72 50-0 (1947) Author: Helpinstill, Jewell Relating to amending a previous Act, increasing the tax imposed upon motor fuel sold, distributed and used in Texas from 4 cents per gallon to 5 cents per gallon; prescribing penalties.
HB 650 50-0 (1947) Author: Clifton, Davis | et. al. Relating to amending a previous Act, to increase the tax on motor fuel, and amending certain Articles allocating the funds from such tax; repealing all laws and parts of laws in conflict; providing a saving clause.
HB 745 50-0 (1947) Author: Manford, Jr., Thomas Durwood | et. al. Relating to providing for a Farm-to-Market Road System; amending certain Acts so as to increase the tax imposed on motor fuel sold, distributed or used in Texas, and reallocating funds collected to the "Farm-to-Market Road Fund"; containing a saving and repealing clause.
SB 245 50-0 (1947) Author: Carney, Howard A. Relating to amending a previous Act, requiring the distributor making the first sale or distribution to collect said tax from the purchaser or recipient of said motor fuel and to pay to the State of Texas the tax so collected; providing this Act shall prevail over all laws or parts of laws in conflict herewith; containing a severability clause.
SB 254 50-0 (1947) Author: Aikin, Jr., A.M. | et. al. Relating to amending a previous Act, allocating funds from gasoline tax to the farm-to-market road fund.
SB 323 50-0 (1947) Author: Aikin, Jr., A.M. | et. al. Relating to allocating revenue derived from one cent on each gallon of gasoline sold in Texas for the exclusive purpose of constructing and maintaining farm-to-market roads.
HB 174 49-0 (1945) Author: Sadler, Harley Herman | et. al. Relating to amending certain Acts by imposing an excise tax of Four (4) cents per gallon upon motor fuel used, or sold or distributed for use, for any purpose in Texas; preserving criminal penalties for offenses committed prior to the effective date of this Act.
HB 189 49-0 (1945) Author: Favors, Ennis Relating to providing for a tax of four cents a gallon on aviation gasoline used within the confines of the State of Texas, and providing certain exceptions.
HB 193 49-0 (1945) Author: Donnell, John Rankin Relating to amending certain article by providing for a five-cent tax on motor fuel.
HB 226 49-0 (1945) Author: Gray, Sr., Jessy Franklin | et. al. Relating to amending certain Acts by providing for a refund of Motor Fuel taxes on public school buses.
HB 406 49-0 (1945) Author: Ramsey, Mervyn L. Relating to amending certain Acts so as to increase the tax imposed upon motor fuel sold, distributed and used in Texas from the existing tax rate of Four (4) cents per gallon to a tax rate of Five (5) cents per gallon; prescribing penalties; preserving all taxes, penalties, interest, fines, forfeitures and bond liabilities existing prior to the effective date of this Act and preserving all criminal penalties for offenses committed prior to the effective date of said Act; containing a saving clause.
HB 664 49-0 (1945) Author: Donnell, John Rankin Relating to amending certain Acts by providing for a 3 cent tax refund on motor fuel not used on highways, etc.
HB 705 49-0 (1945) Author: Greer, Julian Preston | et. al. Relating to amending certain Acts by providing for the refund of certain motor fuel taxes.
HJR 49 49-0 (1945) Author: Colson, Esther Neveille | et. al. Proposing an amendment providing that all road-user tax revenue shall be used exclusively for road purposes under the regulations prescribed by the Legislature, exempting that one-fourth (1/4) of the net revenue derived from motor fuel taxes are allocated to the State Available School Fund.
SB 86 49-0 (1945) Author: Parrish, Sterling J. Relating to amending certain Acts to provide exemption from tax on motor fuel used for certain non-highway purposes; containing a saving clause; repealing conflicting laws and fixing the effective date of this Act.
SJR 17 49-0 (1945) Author: Bullock, Pat M. | et. al. Proposing an amendment to Article VIII of the Constitution of the State of Texas, providing that all road-user tax revenues shall be used exclusively for road purposes under the regulations prescribed by the Legislature, excepting that one-fourth (1/4) of the net revenues derived from motor fuel taxes are allocated to the State Available School Fund.
HB 193 48-0 (1943) Author: Williamson, W. Albert "Cap" Relating to amending certain Acts by changing the classification for which tax refunds may be made under the Motor Fuel Tax Law.
HB 247 48-0 (1943) Author: Hull, Henry A. "Salty" | et. al. Relating to amending and re-enacting sections of the Motor Fuel Tax Law; providing the Comptroller may authorize the sale or distribution of motor fuel and certain other products, without collecting the tax, to bonded and licensed distributors when said products are purchased for the purpose of exportation or for further refining, processing, treating, or blending, and requiring the persons selling said products to keep records, make reports, and issue manifests of such sales and requiring the purchasing distributor to pay the tax on any subsequent taxable sale or use of said products.
HB 308 48-0 (1943) Author: Leonard, Homer Lakerby Relating to amending certain Acts to provide that motor vehicles used exclusively in connection with farm operations and operated across or along a public highway in going from one farm to another in connection with which such vehicle is so used shall not, by reason of such operation upon such highway be deemed a motor vehicle operated, or, intended to be operated, in whole or in part upon any of the public highways, roads or streets of the State of Texas within the intent and meaning of such law.
SB 164 48-0 (1943) Author: Vick, Kyle A. Relating to amending omnibus tax law with respect to tax on natural gasoline and condensates.
HB 8 47-0 (1941) Author: Morris, George C. | et. al. Relating to levying various taxes and providing certain revenue for the payment of old age assistance, aid to destitute children, aid to needy blind, and the obligations of the State under the Teachers Retirement Act, and paying other expenses and obligations of the State; providing for certain penalties and interest.
HB 9 47-0 (1941) Author: Harris, Fred R. "Red" | et. al. Relating to providing processing tax of one cent ($0.01) per gallon on gasoline and all combustible condensates, and providing certain penalties.
HB 126 47-0 (1941) Author: McCann, Newton W. | et. al. Relating to providing for a certain processing tax on all combustible condensates such as refined gasoline, naphtha, casinghead gasoline, natural gasoline, drip gasoline, and all other combustible condensates of crude petroleum or any other product by any method of refining, manufacturing, processing, separating, extracting, compounding, blending, or storing by any person, agent, manufacturer, producer, corporation, partnership, association in any refinery, manufacturing plant, processing plant, separating plant, extracting plant, compounding plant, blending plant, storage plant, or any other place or by any other method used for the purpose of producing or storing combustible condensates; providing for penalties for violations of this Act.
HB 130 47-0 (1941) Author: Duckett, LaFayette L. | et. al. Relating to amending the General and Special Laws relative to the refund of gasoline or motor fuel taxes.
HB 215 47-0 (1941) Author: Pevehouse, Doyle | et. al. Relating to prescribing a privilege tax for the use of public highways by owners and drivers of motor vehicles by imposing a certain privilege tax upon the use of liquefied gases and other liquid fuels; providing certain penalties.
HB 326 47-0 (1941) Author: Fuchs, Robert A. | et. al. Relating to amending certain Acts requiring licensees to mix sufficient chemicals with motor fuel, upon which a refund of the tax may be claimed, before delivering same, or before appropriating same for use; making the failure to color such motor fuel as prescribed to color such motor fuel as prescribed by the Comptroller a misdemeanor and providing the punishment therefor.
SB 16 47-0 (1941) Author: Mauritz, Fred Relating to amending certain Act relating to the refund of motor fuel taxes, so as to allow those using gasoline for non-highway purposes to make affidavit when purchasing gasoline, to avoid necessity of paying tax and obtaining refund.
SB 241 47-0 (1941) Author: Ramsey, Ben Relating to amending certain Article providing for the eligibility of defined Road Districts to participate in the distribution of monies coming into the County and Road District Highway Fund for the payment of bonds votes by such Road District prior to January 2nd, 1939.
SJR 1 47-0 (1941) Author: Lanning, Royston Conrad "Doc" | et. al. Proposing a constitutional amendment providing that all road-user tax revenues shall be used exclusively for road purposes under the regulations prescribed by the Legislature, excepting that one-fourth (1/4) of the net revenues derived from motor fuel taxes are allocated to the State Available School Fund.
HB 9 47-1 (1941) Author: Whitesides, Washington M. Relating to amending a certain Statutes with reference to administrative provisions enacted for the allocation of funds from Gasoline Tax to provide for the eligibility of defined Road Districts to participate in the distribution of moneys coming into the County and Road District Highway Fund for the payment of bonds voted by such Road District prior to January 2, 1939.
HB 117 46-0 (1939) Author: Harrell, Eugene F. Relating to amending a certain Act by providing that cities, towns and municipalities who purchase motor fuel for use in motor vehicles owned and controlled by such cities, towns and municipalities and used exclusively in the service of same shall be entitled to refund of the gasoline tax paid by it on such fuel.
HB 203 46-0 (1939) Author: Allison, Alvin Ray | et. al. Relating to providing for the refund of motor fuel taxes to purchasers of motor fuel and distributors who appropriated motor fuel for use when such motor fuel is used for operating or propelling stationary gas engine, tractor used for agricultural purposes, aircraft, motor boats or purposes other than use in motor vehicle operated or intended to be operated in whole or in part upon any of the public roads, streets, or highways of the State.
HB 442 46-0 (1939) Author: Dean, Travis B. Relating to amending a certain Act requiring distributors or dealers of motor fuel upon which a refund of the tax may be authorized to secure permit or license from the State comptroller; providing for the control of invoices of exemption by the State Comptroller.
HB 545 46-0 (1939) Author: Dickson, Sr., Robert Temple | et. al. Relating to prescribing a privilege tax for the use of the public highways by owners and drivers of motor vehicles by imposing a specific tax upon the use within the State of Texas of liquefied gases and other liquid fuels.
HB 549 46-0 (1939) Author: Olsen, J. J. Relating to amending and adding to a certain Act providing for the allocation and payment of a certain portion of the Gasoline Tax now set apart for the retirement of Road Bond Indebtedness to the used of Cities and Towns for the maintenance and construction of Public streets.
SB 179 46-0 (1939) Author: Metcalfe, Penrose B. Relating to amending a certain Act providing for refund of tax upon motor fuel used for purposes other than use in a motor vehicle operated upon the public highways, roads, or streets of the State of Texas, and requiring any person who sells motor fuel upon which a refund of the tax is authorized to secure license from the Comptroller before making sale of such refund motor fuel.
HB 749 44-0 (1935) Relating to the sale, transportation and inspection of petroleum products.
HB 247 43-0 (1933) Author: Metcalfe, Penrose B. | et. al. Relating to providing and imposing an occupation tax on the first sale, distribution or use of motor fuel in this State, defining certain words, terms and phrases for the purpose of this Act; providing and imposing certain penalties against and upon persons failing to comply with the terms of this Act.
HB 31 42-0 (1931) Author: Harman, William Murdock Relating to amending certain law relative to refund on the use of gasoline in certain cases.
HB 536 42-0 (1931) Author: Hubbard, Robert Moss | et. al. Relating to repealing the gasoline tax law.
HB 6 41-2 (1929) Author: Tillotson, Leonard E. | et. al. Relating to imposing an excise tax on motor fuels to provide for the construction, maintenance, regulation, and supervision of the public highways of this State, by regulating, supervising, and licensing of motor vehicles used on same, and the payment of license fees on such motor vehicles, and the distribution and apportionment of such license fees; defining and declaring certain offenses for the violation of the provisions thereof, and prescribing penalties and punishment therefor.
HB 72 40-0 (1927) Author: Dale, Francis A. | et. al. Relating to providing for an occupation tax upon wholesale dealers in gasoline equal to three cents per gallon.
HB 75 39-0 (1925) Author: Dale, Francis A. | et. al. Relating to amending certain statute relating to an occupation taxes on sales of gasoline so as to increase the amount of said occupation tax now existing. House: Revenue and Taxation
HB 12 38-0 (1923) Author: Cowen, Frank M. Relating to imposing an occupation tax based on gross receipts, providing for a tax upon wholesale dealers in the sale of gasoline or any substitute therefor; setting forth the penalties prescribed for failure to make such reports and to pay such tax.
HB 109 38-2 (1923) Author: Cowen, Frank M. | et. al. Relating to and imposing an occupation tax based on gross receipts, providing for a tax upon wholesale dealers in the sale of gasoline or any of its substitutes, defining a wholesale dealer, defining sales of gasoline or any of its substitutes.
HB 67 38-3 (1923) Author: Cowen, Frank M. | et. al. Relating to levying a State occupation tax on every person, firm, partnership, company, corporation, association, receiver, common law trust, those operating under a declaration of trust, or other concern, selling at wholesale in intrastate commerce in this State any gasoline.
HB 508 37-0 (1921) Author: Hill, Herman B. | et. al. Relating to providing for an occupation tax upon motor vehicle fuel distributors.

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