Frullo’s Bills Becoming Law for the 83rd Legislative Session

·        HB 2268 – Frullo, Carona: #1 priority to give law enforcement and prosecutors the tools they need to obtain critical evidence across state lines.  Allows states to work together to honor search warrants.

 

·        SB 742 - Frullo, Carona: Important bill to improve reporting requirements for the attempted abduction of children and missing children who are in danger of becoming part of human trafficking.  Worked with the National Center Missing and Exploited Children on this legislation.

 

·        HB 2637 - Frullo, Whitmire: Increases penalty for sex offenders who have been found in court to use or attempt to use someone else’s identity.

 

·        HB 2636 - Frullo, Duncan: To allow the transfer of money from one tax increment fund to another to allow local entities more flexibility in the use of the tax increment funds.

 

·        SB 696 - Frullo, Duncan:  Clarifies rules governing the Lubbock Reese Development Authority.

 
 

·        HB 1678 - Frullo, Duncan: Allows surviving spouses of disabled veterans of the United States Armed Forces, to obtain a specialty license plate for the cost the disable veteran paid.

Government Efficiency Bills

• SB 512 - Frullo, Carona: Brings efficiency to programs at the Public Utilities Commission (PUC) and the Department of Rehabilitative Services (DARS)by clarifying functions of the Specialized Telecommunications Assistance Program (STAP).
• SB 809 - Frullo, Carona: Repeals rules and laws that are no longer necessary at take up valuable state resources at the Public Utility Commission (PUC).
• SB 1457 - Frullo, Duncan: Ensures proper maintenance related to health and safety issues are addressed at the Texas School for the Blind and Visually Impaired and the Texas School for the Deaf.

Bills Frullo Joint Authored That Will Become Law

• HB 13 – Callegari, Frullo, Cook, King, P: Legislation to bring efficiency and transparency to state retirement systems and their oversight at the State Pension Review Board.
• HB 677 – Geren, Frullo, Price, Orr, Kuempel: Ensuring there is an appropriate balance of regulations and safety for dams across the state of Texas.
• HB 2127 – Howard, Stephenson, Frullo: Ensuring certain employees of public institutions of higher education are eligible to participate in a state group benefits program.
• HB 2725 – Thompson, S., Frullo, Raymond, Davis, S: Encouraging shelters for victims of human trafficking by providing minimum standards for these facilities and ensuring important confidentiality provisions are in place.
 
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