Journal of the House of Representatives of Texas: 82nd Legislature, Regular Session, April 3, 2011 Page: 1,377
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(1) On page IV-33 of the bill pattern, strike D. 1.4. Strategy: PUBLIC
INTEGRITY UNIT, TRAVIS CO, and renumber accordingly.
(2) On page IV-34 of the bill pattern, strike Rider 38, Public Integrity Unit:
Appropriation Source, Unexpended Balances, and Performance Reporting, and
Contingent upon passage of HB 1928, or similar legislation, amend
CSHB 1, as follows:
(3) In Article I, Office of the Attorney General, on page , add a new
goal to read as follows and number and insert the letter accordingly:
"1_. Goal: SPECIAL PROGRAMS. .1.1. Strategy: PUBLIC
(4) In Article I, Office of the Attorney General, on page , add a line
item and authorize General Revenue appropriations in the amount of $3,368,684
in each fiscal year for Strategy .1.1, PUBLIC INTEGRITY UNIT, and
number and insert the letter accordingly.
(5) In Article I, Office of the Attorney General, on page , add a new
rider to read as follows and number it accordingly:
" . Public Integrity Unit. The Public Integrity Unit, Office of the
Attorney General, shall submit a report each January 1 to the Legislative Budget
Board and the Governor for the preceding fiscal year ending August 31. The
report must be in a format prescribed by the Legislative Budget Board and the
Governor and must include annual statistical information on fraud investigations
of the Public Integrity Unit."
Amendment No. 177 was withdrawn.
Amendment No. 178
On behalf of Representative Hartnett, Representative Otto offered the
following amendment to CSHB 1:
Floor Packet Page No. 252
On page IV-40 of the bill pattern for Special Provisions - Judiciary, add the
following new rider:
. Contingency Appropriation for HB 2174. Contingent on passage of
HB 2174, or similar legislation relating to the establishment of the judicial access
and improvement account to provide funding for basic civil legal services,
indigent defense, and judicial technical support through certain county service
fees and court costs, by the Eighty-second Legislature, Regular Session, in
addition to amounts appropriated elsewhere in this Act, there is hereby
appropriated out of the fee revenue generated due to implementation of
provisions of the HB 2174 the following amounts:
a. $3,500,000 in each fiscal year to the Office of Court Administration
in Strategy A.2.1, Indigent Defense from the General Revenue-Dedicated Fair
Defense Account No. 5073 to restore grants to counties.
In the event that actual and/or projected revenue collections are insufficient
to offset the costs identified by this provision, the Legislative Budget Board may
direct the Comptroller of Public Accounts to reduce the appropriation authority
Sunday, April 3, 2011
HOUSE JOURNAL- 47th Day
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