TEXAS TECH BILL BRIEFS 2005

 

79th Regular Session April 8, 2005

 

 

Bill No.

Sponsor

Caption SJRs, SCRs, SRs

 

 

 

SJR 5

Harris,

Arlington

Proposing a constitutional amendment relating to appropriations for the preservation and perpetuation of certain items of historical value; allowing the legislature and state agencies to accept on behalf of the state gifts of items of historical value and contributions to purchase such items.

 

 

 

 

Summary:

Amends Texas Constitution, Article XVI, Section 39.

 

 

 

SJR 22

 

HJR 60

Shapleigh,

El Paso

Rose,

Dripping Springs

Proposing a constitutional amendment relating to authorizing a student member of the board of regents of a state institution of higher education or state university system to serve a term that differs from the terms served by other members of the board.

 

 

 

 

Summary:

Amends Texas constitution, Article XVI, Section 30a.

 

 

 

SJR 26

Wentworth,

San Antonio

Proposing a constitutional amendment relating to authorizing a student member of the board of regents of a state institution of higher education or state university system to serve a term that differs from the terms served by other members of the board.

 

 

 

 

Summary:

Amends Texas Constitution, Article XVI, Section 30a.

 

 

 

SCR 14

Wentworth,

San Antonio

Granting certain persons permission to sue the state of Texas, the University of Texas Medical Branch at Galveston, and the Anatomical Board of the State of Texas.

 

 

 

SCR 16

Madla,

San Antonio

Recognizing the importance of the emerging Texas Wine Industry and request of all relevant agencies of the state and institutions of higher education their best effort to recognize and secure funding.

 

 

 

SCR 17

Madla,

San Antonio

Requesting Texas institutes of higher education to offer education and research opportunities in viticulture and enology to collaborate to develop a world class education and research program in Texas.

 

 

 

SCR 18

Madla,

San Antonio

Memorializing congress to enact legislation to provide funding to support the protection and growth of the Texas wine producing industry.

 

 

 

SCR 19

Madla,

San Antonio

Requesting the Texas Wine Marketing Research Institute at Texas Tech University to include data collection and reporting comparisons of the economic impacts of other states in the wine industry.