*HRO analysis is taken from
the House Research Organization's
Vetoes of Legislation, 80th Regular Session Legislature
Analyses include a digest of each vetoed bill, the governor's stated reason for the veto, and a response by the author of the vetoed bill.
|HB 1892||Relating to the authority of certain counties and other entities with respect to certain transportation projects.||Veto||Analysis|
|HCR 230||Instructing the enrolling clerk of the house to make corrections to H.B. No. 1892.||Veto||Analysis|
|HB 770||Relating to requiring the Texas Department of Criminal Justice to provide notice to certain persons of the right to vote.||Veto||Analysis|
|HB 44||Relating to the restoration of good conduct time forfeited during a term of imprisonment.||Veto||Analysis|
|HB 47||Relating to the provision of educational services to certain inmates imprisoned in the institutional division of the Texas Department of Criminal Justice.||Veto||Analysis|
|HB 48||Relating to distributions from the employment and training investment holding fund.||Veto||Analysis|
|HB 317||Relating to a study regarding the issuance of revenue bonds for certain campuses and centers of institutions of higher education.||Veto||Analysis|
|HB 447||Relating to contracts by governmental entities and related professional services and to public works performance and payment bonds.||Veto||Analysis|
|HB 541||Relating to procedures for certain persons charged with certain new offenses or an administrative violation of a condition of release from the Texas Department of Criminal Justice on parole or mandatory supervision.||Veto||Analysis|
|HB 544||Relating to reduced tuition and fees for certain junior college district students who reside outside of the district.||Veto||Analysis|
|HB 589||Relating to the student enrollment required for certain institutions of higher education to operate as general academic teaching institutions and to receive certain revenue.||Veto||Analysis|
|HB 738||Relating to an exemption from Texas Commission on Fire Protection training requirements for certain aircraft fire fighting and rescue fire protection personnel.||Veto||Analysis|
|HB 971||Relating to a documented member of the Kickapoo Traditional Tribe of Texas hunting certain deer.||Veto||Analysis|
|HB 1023||Relating to grants made by the Texas Commission on the Arts.||Veto||Analysis|
|HB 1092||Relating to the prosecution of the offense of criminal trespass.||Veto||Analysis|
|HB 1129||Relating to the prosecution and punishment of the offense of criminal trespass.||Veto||Analysis|
|HB 1179||Relating to procurements by the Texas Lottery Commission.||Veto||Analysis|
|HB 1205||Relating to the prohibition of certain employment discrimination regarding an employee who is a volunteer emergency responder.||Veto||Analysis|
|HB 1427||Relating to an optometry career program at the University of Houston.||Veto||Analysis|
|HB 1503||Relating to a person's eligibility for a license to carry a concealed handgun and to the prosecution of certain offenses involving the possession of a weapon.||Veto||Analysis|
|HB 1519||Relating to including within the offense of barratry and solicitation of professional employment certain solicitations made during certain periods.||Veto||Analysis|
|HB 1667||Relating to the amount of the fee for issuing certain alcoholic beverage permits.||Veto||Analysis|
|HB 1687||Relating to the information that must be included on the face of an appeal bond.||Veto||Analysis|
|HB 2006||Relating to the use of eminent domain authority.||Veto||Analysis|
|HB 2087||Relating to the holding by a county, municipality, or junior college district of a petition-initiated election on whether to establish a limitation on increases in the amount of ad valorem taxes imposed by the county, municipality, or junior college district on residence homesteads of the elderly or disabled.||Veto||Analysis|
|HB 2103||Relating to a pilot program to provide student loan repayment assistance to certain correctional officers who graduate from Sam Houston State University.||Veto||Analysis|
|HB 2265||Relating to the award of prizes in, and the conduct of, a progressive bingo game.||Veto||Analysis|
|HB 2622||Relating to eligibility of board members of certain rapid transit authorities to receive insurance benefits.||Veto||Analysis|
|HB 2646||Relating to the award of stipends to nationally certified classroom teachers under the educator excellence awards program.|
|HB 2713||Relating to studies, plans, and projects concerning electric generation capacity or electric energy storage, transmission, or distribution.||Veto||Analysis|
|HB 2990||Relating to use of certain electronic monitoring technology in certain correctional facilities by the Texas Department of Criminal Justice.||Veto||Analysis|
|HB 3084||Relating to the municipal street maintenance sales tax.||Veto||Analysis|
|HB 3200||Relating to funding for community supervision and corrections departments.||Veto||Analysis|
|HB 3281||Relating to the recovery of medical or health care expenses in civil actions.||Veto||Analysis|
|HB 3352||Relating to municipal civil service for firefighters and police officers in certain municipalities.||Veto||Analysis|
|HB 3457||Relating to idling the diesel engine of a school bus while the bus is parked at a public school or school event.||Veto||Analysis|
|HB 3609||Relating to membership and service credit in the Employees Retirement System of Texas for certain employees.||Veto||Analysis|
|HB 3619||Relating to the authority of a political subdivision other than a county to change the date of its general election.||Veto||Analysis|
|HB 3647||Relating to a study by the attorney general of the effects on state law and authority of certain international and other agreements and bodies.||Veto||Analysis|
|HB 3934||Relating to the establishment of a student outcomes pilot program by Alamo Community College District.||Veto||Analysis|
|HB 4065||Relating to the establishment by the Texas Workforce Commission of a pilot program to provide grants for the construction of certain facilities for job training and employment services.||Veto||Analysis|
|HB 4091||Relating to the boundaries and board of directors of Harris County Improvement District No. 6.||Veto||Analysis|
|HB 4113||Relating to the Buffalo Bayou Management District.||Veto||Analysis|
|HB 4123||Relating to territory included in, and the validation of acts of, the Greater Southeast Management District.||Veto||Analysis|
|SB 182||Relating to the prosecution of the offense of criminal trespass.||Veto||Analysis|
|SB 711||Relating to the use of TexasOnline by businesses to apply and pay for certain permits.||Veto||Analysis|
|SB 718||Relating to the route selection for the Trans-Texas Corridor.||Veto||Analysis|
|SB 960||Relating to the administration of exit-level state assessment instruments to transfer students who are dependents of military personnel.||Veto||Analysis|
|SB 1053||Relating to assessing the quality and effectiveness of academic advising services offered by public institutions of higher education.||Veto||Analysis|
|SB 1097||Relating to the offense of criminal trespass.||Veto||Analysis|
|SB 1234||Relating to a master plan for higher education in this state.||Veto||Analysis|
|SB 1735||Relating to the effect of a charter provision relating to the sale of alcoholic beverages for off-premise consumption on a subsequent local option election for the sale of alcoholic beverages in certain home-rule municipalities.||Veto||Analysis|
General Appropriations Bill.
Line item veto. Regarding veto of funding of group insurance for community college employees: Correspondence between Representative Dunnam and Speaker Craddick concerning possibility of using budget execution authority to reinstate this funding.
Relating to making supplemental appropriations and reductions in appropriations and giving direction, transfer authority, and other adjustment authority regarding appropriations.
Line item veto.
|HCR 187||Expressing the commitment of the 80th Legislature of the State of Texas to providing a supplemental annuity in the form of a 13th check for eligible ERS retirees.||Veto||Analysis|
Designating the Texas blind salamander as the official State Amphibian of Texas.
Veto delivered by a non-signing statement rather than a veto proclamation.
Information about Vetoed Bills is unofficial and is provided as a public service by the Texas Legislative Reference Library. The Texas Legislative Reference Library makes no representation as to its completeness or accuracy and makes no warranty in regards to its use. Users assume all risk of reliance on the table.