Thursday, April 20, 2017

#TXLEGE: Bonnen hears yet ANOTHER 24 special interest carve out bills (75 for session)....


"Dishonest scales are an abomination to the Lord,
But a just weight is His delight."
Proverbs 11:1

It's that time of week when we check on the latest from Dennis Bonnen and the Texas House Ways and Means committee:

  • HB 824        Turner
    Relating to an exemption from the sales and use tax for certain lightbulbs for a limited period.
  • HB 902        Nev├írez                
    Relating to the use by certain municipalities of hotel occupancy tax revenue to improve or expand certain airports.
  • HB 939        Keough                 
    Relating to the use of municipal hotel occupancy tax revenues in certain municipalities.
  • HB 1494       Morrison, Geanie W.    
    Relating to the use of municipal hotel occupancy tax revenue by certain municipalities.
  • HB 1548       Dutton                 
    Relating to the exemption from ad valorem taxation by a school district of certain property used to build low-income or moderate-income housing.
  • HB 1623       Blanco                 
    Relating to the authority of certain counties to impose a hotel occupancy tax.
  • HB 1806       Reynolds               
    Relating to the use of municipal hotel occupancy tax revenue by certain municipalities.
  • HB 1853       Simmons                
    Relating to the authority of certain municipalities to pledge certain tax revenue for the payment of obligations related to certain projects.
  • HB 2354       Isaac                  
    Relating to the use and allocation of municipal hotel occupancy tax revenue in certain municipalities.
  • HB 2445       Stucky                 
    Relating to the use of municipal hotel occupancy tax revenue in certain municipalities.
  • HB 2526       Canales                
    Relating to the use of municipal hotel occupancy tax revenue for sporting-related facilities in certain municipalities.
  • HB 2538       Raymond                
    Relating to the authority of certain municipalities to pledge certain tax revenue for the payment of obligations related to hotel projects.
  • HB 2714       Bohac                  
    Relating to the exemption from ad valorem taxation of leased motor vehicles that are not held primarily for the production of income by the lessee.
  • HB 3181       Springer               
    Relating to authorizing certain counties to impose a hotel occupancy tax and to the purposes for which that tax revenue may be used.
  • HB 3366       Bohac                  
    Relating to the application of the sales and use tax to certain property and services.
  • HB 3484       Paddie                 
    Relating to the use of municipal hotel occupancy tax revenue by certain municipalities.
  • HB 3485       Neave                  
    Relating to the use of municipal hotel occupancy tax revenue for homeless assistance programs.
  • HB 3575       Bonnen, Greg           
    Relating to the authority of certain municipalities to use certain tax revenue for certain projects and to pledge that revenue for the payment of obligations related to those projects.
  • HB 3626       Hunter                 
    Relating to the definition of eligible central municipality for purposes of the municipal hotel occupancy tax.
  • HB 3731       Davis, Yvonne          
    Relating to the use of tax revenue by certain municipalities for the payment of certain hotel-related bonds or other obligations.
  • HB 3838       Zerwas | et al.        
    Relating to the definition of eligible central municipality for purposes of the municipal hotel occupancy tax.
  • HB 3973       Burrows                
    Relating to the use of municipal hotel occupancy tax revenue by certain municipalities.
  • HB 4029       Oliveira               
    Relating to the use of municipal hotel occupancy tax revenue to construct, enhance, upgrade, and maintain coastal sports facilities in certain municipalities.
  • HB 4173       Hinojosa, Gina         
    Relating to the portion of the municipal hotel occupancy tax revenue collected in certain cities that can be utilized to promote the arts.

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