Bills from Phil King

From The Texas Tribune, 01/14/15 –

83rd Legislative Session

Political Profile

Current Office: Texas House of Representatives
District: 61
Party: Republican
Capitol Office

Room: 1N.5
Address: P.O. Box 2910
Austin, TX 78768
Phone: 512-463-0738 begin_of_the_skype_highlighting 512-463-0738 FREE  end_of_the_skype_highlighting
Total Filed (54)  See bills next page –

Bill Caption Version Involved
HB942 Relating to the regulation of crafted precious metal dealers; providing a criminal penalty. Introduced King, Phil
HB1467 Relating to the eligibility for service retirement annuities of certain elected officials convicted of certain crimes. Introduced Sheets ; King, Phil ; Gonzalez, Naomi ; Lozano ; Fallon
HB407 Relating to the Weatherford College District service area. House Committee Report Keffer ; King, Phil ; Cook
HB204 Relating to zero-based budgeting for certain entities funded by this state and requiring a state agency that is undergoing review by the Sunset Advisory Commission to undergo a financial audit and submit a zero-based budget in connection with the review. Introduced King, Phil ; Krause ; Miller, Rick ; Leach
HB306 Relating to the limitation on appropriations for the Temporary Assistance for Needy Families program. Introduced King, Phil
HB408 Relating to the number of members of the Texas Historical Commission. House Committee Report King, Phil
HB2828 Relating to the effect of rules and standards adopted by the Railroad Commission of Texas relating to the gas pipeline industry on ordinances, orders or rules adopted by political subdivisions. Introduced King, Phil ; Dale
HB409 Relating to the state emergency medical services medical director. Introduced King, Phil
HB410 Relating to the administration and operation of the appellate judicial system for the Second Court of Appeals District; changing an appellate judicial system court costs fee in certain counties. Engrossed Geren ; King, Phil ; Crownover ; Goldman
HB411 Relating to the release of a vehicle held by a vehicle storage facility. House Committee Report King, Phil
HB412 Relating to the punishment for a false affiliation with a charitable organization or a false claim of a charitable purpose in the course of committing certain crimes. Introduced King, Phil
HB1896 Relating to firearm training and the authority of certain employees of a school district or open-enrollment charter school to carry or possess a handgun on certain school premises; authorizing a fee. Introduced King, Phil
HB1895 Relating to the dissolution of the Parker County Utility District No. 1. Introduced King, Phil
HB789 Relating to the allowance in lieu of exempt property in the administration of a decedent’s estate. House Committee Report King, Phil
HB2944 Relating to the powers and duties of timeshare owners’ associations. Introduced King, Phil
HB11 Relating to the appropriation of money from the economic stabilization fund to finance certain water-related projects. Introduced Larson ; Pitts ; King, Phil ; Ritter ; Creighton
HB13 Relating to the State Pension Review Board and public retirement systems; authorizing a fee. House Committee Report Frullo ; King, Phil ; Callegari ; Cook
HB585 Relating to procedural requirements under the Property Tax Code. Introduced King, Phil ; Villarreal ; Workman
HB1172 Relating to the contracting authority of the Texas Historical Commission. Introduced King, Phil
HB899 Relating to certain rights of victims, guardians of victims, and close relatives of deceased victims in the criminal justice system. Introduced Perry ; King, Phil
HB3575 Relating to the investigation and prosecution of offenses against public administration, including ethics offenses, offenses involving insurance fraud, and offenses involving motor fuels tax. Introduced Bonnen, Dennis ; Flynn ; King, Phil ; Creighton ; Fallon
HB237 Relating to the limitation on the rate of growth in appropriations from state tax revenues. Introduced King, Phil
HB2446 Relating to the qualifications of certain electric generation projects for programs designed to encourage the capture and utilization of carbon dioxide for use in enhanced oil recovery. Introduced Lewis ; Morrison ; Keffer ; King, Phil ; Crownover
HB44 Relating to a moratorium on administering assessment instruments to public school students under the public school accountability system. Introduced Bonnen, Dennis ; Flynn ; King, Phil
HB2767 Relating to treating and recycling for beneficial use certain liquid or semiliquid waste arising out of or incidental to drilling for or producing oil or gas. Introduced Lewis ; Keffer ; King, Phil
HB45 Relating to the occupational licensing of spouses of members of the military and the eligibility requirements for certain occupational licenses issued to applicants with military experience. House Committee Report Flynn ; King, Phil ; Sheffield, Ralph ; Moody ; Dale
HB2253 Relating to compensation and benefits for commissioned peace officers employed by the attorney general. Introduced Geren ; King, Phil ; Rodriguez, Eddie ; Branch
HB3505 Relating to the establishment and administration of a state bullion depository and the investment of certain public money in precious metals and depository accounts. Introduced Lavender ; Flynn ; King, Phil ; Stickland ; Capriglione
HB360 Relating to withholding state funding from a public or private institution of higher education that requires student organizations to allow student participation regardless of status or beliefs. Introduced King, Phil ; Krause
HB263 Relating to combination resident hunting and fishing licenses for military personnel. House Committee Report Flynn ; King, Phil ; Turner, Scott
HB2474 Relating to the use of proceeds from a junior college district branch campus maintenance tax. Introduced King, Phil
HB1533 Relating to an exemption from the sales tax for firearms and hunting supplies for a limited period. Introduced Bonnen, Dennis ; Flynn ; King, Phil ; Stickland ; Leach
HB3416 Relating to a prohibition on the issuance of capital appreciation bonds by local governments. Introduced Zedler ; Flynn ; King, Phil ; Laubenberg
HB2586 Relating to the exercise of the power of eminent domain by certain authorized entities. Introduced Bonnen, Dennis ; King, Phil ; Goldman
HB72 Relating to the penalty for the offense of leaving the scene of an accident that involves personal injury or death. Introduced Naishtat ; Bonnen, Dennis ; King, Phil ; Fletcher ; Moody
HB1542 Relating to the Texas military; imposing criminal penalties; authorizing fees. Introduced Flynn ; King, Phil
HB73 Relating to the prosecution of and the punishment for the offense of burglary committed while evading arrest or detention. Introduced Lavender ; King, Phil ; Harper-Brown ; Fletcher ; Herrero
HB3945 Relating to the annexation of certain territory by the Wise County Water Control and Improvement District No. 1. Introduced King, Phil
HB1232 Relating to the contracting authority of the Texas Historical Commission. Introduced King, Phil
HB1867 Relating to the administration by certain health care professionals of treatments, therapy, or medication ordered by an optometrist or therapeutic optometrist. Introduced King, Phil ; Rodriguez, Eddie ; Laubenberg ; Harper-Brown ; Klick
HB1658 Relating to requiring the arrest and collection of a breath or blood specimen of persons operating a motor vehicle or watercraft while intoxicated under certain circumstances. House Committee Report King, Phil
HB1870 Relating to the limitation on the rate of growth in appropriations from state tax revenues. Introduced King, Phil
HB2808 Relating to an exemption from the state hotel occupancy tax for certain members of the Texas State Guard. Introduced Huberty ; Flynn ; King, Phil ; Toth
HB1869 Relating to contractual subrogation rights of certain insurers and benefit plan issuers. Introduced Price ; Eiland ; King, Phil ; Creighton ; Clardy
HB290 Relating to school district selection of assessment instruments in place of state-administered assessment instruments. Introduced King, Phil
HB291 Relating to a hiring freeze of nonessential personnel employed by a state agency. Introduced King, Phil
HB765 Relating to the disposition of certain misdemeanor offenses committed by a holder of a commercial driver’s license. Introduced King, Phil
HB766 Relating to the commitment of certain criminal defendants with a history of escape or flight to the maximum security unit of a mental health facility for competency restoration. Introduced King, Phil
HB767 Relating to preventing the fraudulent issuance and use of disabled parking placards; providing a civil penalty. House Committee Report Flynn ; King, Phil ; Phillips ; Fletcher
HB3026 Relating to appointment of board members and approval for employment for five highest-paid employees at open-enrollment charter schools. Introduced Zedler ; King, Phil
HB875 Relating to the eligibility of the surviving spouse of a person who is disabled to receive a limitation of school district ad valorem taxes on the person’s residence homestead. Introduced King, Phil ; Fallon
HB1148 Relating to the reimbursement of a municipality’s expenses in a ratemaking proceeding for electric or gas utilities. Introduced Murphy ; King, Phil ; Harless ; Davis, John
HB1673 Relating to the creation and dissolution of a covenant marriage. Introduced Perry ; White ; King, Phil ; Sanford
HB3030 Relating to payment of misdemeanor warrants and capias pro fine warrants. Introduced Lavender ; Pickett ; King, Phil ; Fletcher ; Canales
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2 responses

  1. Senator_Blutarsky | Reply

    Sadly humorous – I am familiar with the first bill listed above, and the last one.

    Both have “government” involved in areas in which they have no business. Thankfully, neither have done anything but languish in committee, and will hopefully die there never to be seen again

    Typical of a statist masquerading as a “christian conservative” and an agent for ALEC.

    he certainly does not measure up to these standards-

    “My aim is not to pass laws, but to repeal them. It is not to inaugurate new programs, but to cancel old ones that do violence to the Constitution, or that have failed their purpose, or that impose on the people an unwarranted financial burden.”
    Barry Goldwater

  2. Senator_Blutarsky | Reply

    King………….how about introducing a bill for MANDATORY labeling of all GMO food, as other states have done- and of which much of Europe has already banned ?

    Check with your bosses at ALEC first, of course. Thats who you work for

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