82nd Regular Session (2011) – Governor Rick Perry
*HRO analysis is taken from
the House Research Organization's
Vetoes of Legislation, 82nd 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.
General Appropriations Bill.
Line item veto.
|HB 242||Relating to the enforcement of public safety, including the privileges and duties of certain types of law enforcement officers.||Veto||Analysis|
|HB 335||Relating to implementation and requirements of certain health care reform laws.||Veto||Analysis|
|HB 397||Relating to the creation of the Bureau for Economic Development of the Border Region.||Veto||Analysis|
|HB 990||Relating to certain homestead preservation reinvestment zones.||Veto||Analysis|
|HB 992||Relating to excess undergraduate credit hours at public institutions of higher education.||Veto||Analysis|
|HB 1429||Relating to rights and remedies of certain residential tenants; providing civil penalties.||Veto||Analysis|
|HB 1616||Relating to the reporting of political contributions, political expenditures, and personal financial information, and to complaints filed with the Texas Ethics Commission.||Veto||Analysis|
|HB 1768||Relating to the regulation of roadside vendors and solicitors in certain counties.||Veto||Analysis|
|HB 2327||Relating to the establishment and operation of a motor-bus-only lane pilot program in certain counties.||Veto||Analysis|
|HB 2403||Relating to retailers engaged in business in this state for purposes of sales and use taxes.||Veto||Analysis|
|HB 2499||Relating to the continuation and functions of the Department of Information Resources and the transfer of certain department functions to the comptroller of public accounts.||Veto||Analysis|
|HB 2608||Relating to the continuation and functions of the Texas Department of Housing and Community Affairs.||Veto||Analysis|
|HB 2889||Relating to the expunction of records and files relating to a person's arrest.||Veto||Analysis|
|HB 2972||Relating to the municipal sales and use tax for street maintenance.||Veto||Analysis|
|HB 2996||Relating to the creation of the Texas Urban Agricultural Innovation Authority.||Veto||Analysis|
|HB 2997||Relating to the creation and funding of the urban farming pilot program and the creation of the Select Committee on Urban Farming.||Veto||Analysis|
|HB 3125||Relating to the offenses of unauthorized duplication, unauthorized recording, unauthorized operation of recording device, and improper labeling of recordings.||Veto||Analysis|
|SB 40||Relating to the composition and functions of the Texas Guaranteed Student Loan Corporation.||Veto||Analysis|
|SB 167||Relating to the automatic expunction of arrest records and files after an individual receives a pardon or a grant of certain other relief with respect to the offense for which the individual was arrested.||Veto||Analysis|
|SB 191||Relating to disposition of a contested case by the Texas Medical Board.||Veto||Analysis|
|SB 408||Relating to inspection of and the operation of watercraft on the John Graves Scenic Riverway; providing for the imposition of a criminal penalty.||Veto||Analysis|
|SB 978||Relating to procedures for the dissolution of the Hidalgo County Water Improvement District No. 3.||Veto||Analysis|
|SB 1035||Relating to motor vehicle title services; providing penalties.||Veto||Analysis|
|SB 1807||Relating to the composition of the 444th Judicial District.||Veto||Analysis|
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