During the 82nd Texas Legislative Session (beginning today), I will track of bills affecting Texas private employers and will link to those bills here. I intend to update this post weekly to add bills enrolled the previous week and keep a compilation of all employment-related bills here. Check back weekly for updates.
H.B. 68 (Martinez) (Relating to notice concerning the use of criminal history information in an employer’s hiring process).
H.B. 223 (Strama) (Relating to unemployment compensation modernization).
H.B. 276 (Alonzo) (Relating to the minimum wage -would increase the state minimum wage to the greater of $6.15 or the federal minimum wage).
H.B. 387 (Turner) (Relating to the right of an employee who is a parent of a child enrolled in a special education program to time off from work to meet with certain persons affecting the eduction of the child).