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84th Regular Session, 2015
HJR 40 (84th R.S.)
  Caption: Proposing a constitutional amendment requiring the legislature to establish a state gaming commission and to authorize and provide for the regulation of gaming conducted at certain locations in this state, authorizing federally recognized Indian tribes to conduct gaming on certain Indian lands, and requiring the governor to call the legislature into special session to consider gaming legislation.
  Author: Alvarado, Carol | et. al.
  Committees: State Affairs
  Last Action: Referred to State Affairs
SJR 31 (84th R.S.)
  Caption: Proposing a constitutional amendment creating the Texas Gaming Commission, authorizing and regulating the operation of casino games and slot machines by a limited number of licensed operators and certain Indian tribes, authorizing a limited state video lottery system to be operated at horse and greyhound racetracks and on Indian tribal lands, and reducing the number of illegal gambling machines.
  Author: Ellis, Rodney
  Committees: State Affairs
  Last Action: Referred to State Affairs

83rd Regular Session, 2013
HJR 131 (83rd R.S.)
  Caption: Proposing a constitutional amendment providing immediate additional revenue for the state budget by creating the Texas Gaming Commission, and authorizing and regulating the operation of casino games and slot machines by a limited number of licensed operators and certain Indian tribes.
  Author: Menéndez, José
  Committees: Licensing & Administrative Procedures
  Last Action: Referred to Licensing & Administrative Procedures
SJR 6 (83rd R.S.)
  Caption: Proposing a constitutional amendment providing immediate additional revenue for the state budget by creating the Texas Gaming Commission, authorizing and regulating the operation of casino games and slot machines by a limited number of licensed operators and certain Indian tribes, and authorizing a limited state video lottery system to be operated at horse and greyhound racetracks and on Indian tribal lands.
  Author: Ellis, Rodney
  Committees: State Affairs
  Last Action: Referred to State Affairs
SJR 64 (83rd R.S.)
  Caption: Proposing a constitutional amendment providing immediate additional revenue for the state budget by creating the Texas Gaming Commission, and authorizing and regulating the operation of casino games and slot machines by a limited number of licensed operators and certain Indian tribes.
  Author: Carona, John
  Committees: Business & Commerce
  Last Action: Left pending in committee

82nd Regular Session, 2011
HJR 28 (82nd R.S.)
  Caption: Proposing a constitutional amendment requiring the legislature to establish a state gaming commission and to authorize and provide for the regulation of gaming conducted at certain locations in this state, authorizing federally recognized Indian tribes to conduct gaming on certain Indian lands, and requiring the governor to call the legislature into special session to consider gaming legislation.
  Author: Alvarado, Carol
  Committees: Licensing & Administrative Procedures
  Last Action: Left pending in committee
HJR 112 (82nd R.S.)
  Caption: Proposing a constitutional amendment creating the Texas Gaming Commission and authorizing and regulating casino games and slot machines by licensed operators and certain Indian tribes to provide money for the property tax relief fund and additional financial aid for higher education students.
  Author: Menendez, Jose | et. al.
  Committees: Licensing & Administrative Procedures
  Last Action: Left pending in committee
SJR 34 (82nd R.S.)
  Caption: Proposing a constitutional amendment creating the Texas Gaming Commission and authorizing and regulating casino games and slot machines by licensed operators and certain Indian tribes to provide money for the property tax relief fund and additional financial aid for higher education students.
  Author: Ellis, Rodney | et. al.
  Committees: State Affairs
  Last Action: Referred to State Affairs

81st Regular Session, 2009
HB 1724 (81st R.S.)
  Caption: Relating to the authorization and regulation of casino and slot gaming in this state, the creation, powers, and duties of the Texas Gaming Commission, and the powers and duties of the Texas Racing Commission; providing penalties.
  Author: Menendez, Jose | et. al.
  Committees: Licensing & Administrative Procedures
  Last Action: Left pending in committee
HJR 70 (81st R.S.)
  Caption: Proposing a constitutional amendment authorizing and regulating slot machines and casino games by licensed operators and certain Indian tribes to provide additional money to fund transportation in this state and to provide additional financial aid for higher education students.
  Author: Menendez, Jose | et. al.
  Committees: Licensing & Administrative Procedures
  Last Action: Left pending in committee
HJR 107 (81st R.S.)
  Caption: Proposing a constitutional amendment authorizing the legislature to authorize and provide for regulating the conduct of gaming in this state and requiring the governor to call the legislature into special session to consider gaming legislation.
  Author: Alvarado, Carol | et. al.
  Committees: Licensing & Administrative Procedures
  Last Action: Left pending in committee
SB 1084 (81st R.S.)
  Caption: Relating to the authorization and regulation of casino and slot gaming in this state, the creation, powers, and duties of the Texas Gaming Commission, and the powers and duties of the Texas Racing Commission; providing penalties.
  Author: Ellis, Rodney | et. al.
  Committees: State Affairs
  Last Action: Left pending in subcommittee
SJR 31 (81st R.S.)
  Caption: Proposing a constitutional amendment authorizing and regulating slot machines and casino games by licensed operators and certain Indian tribes to provide additional money to fund transportation in this state and to provide additional financial aid for higher education students.
  Author: Ellis, Rodney | et. al.
  Committees: State Affairs
  Last Action: Left pending in subcommittee

80th Regular Session, 2007
SB 1359 (80th R.S.)
  Caption: Relating to the authorization and regulation of casino gambling and to the creation, powers, and duties of the Texas Gaming Commission; authorizing taxes; providing civil and criminal penalties.
  Author: Ellis, Rodney | et. al.
  Committees: State Affairs
  Last Action: Left pending in subcommittee
SJR 8 (80th R.S.)
  Caption: Proposing a constitutional amendment authorizing casino gaming and requiring creation of a Texas Gaming Commission to regulate gaming and casino-based development projects in this state.
  Author: Ellis, Rodney
  Committees: State Affairs
  Last Action: Referred to State Affairs

79th Regular Session, 2005
HJR 78 (79th R.S.)
  Caption: Proposing a constitutional amendment authorizing casino gaming and requiring creation of a Texas Gaming Commission to regulate gaming and casino-based development projects in this state and authorizing the state to operate video lottery games at racetracks and on Indian lands.
  Author: Geren, Charlie
  Committees: Ways & Means
  Last Action: Referred to Ways & Means
SJR 18 (79th R.S.)
  Caption: Proposing a constitutional amendment authorizing casino gaming and requiring creation of a Texas Gaming Commission to regulate gaming and casino-based development projects in this state.
  Author: Ellis, Rodney
  Committees: State Affairs
  Last Action: Referred to State Affairs

79th 1st Called Session, 2005
SJR 7 (79th 1st C.S.)
  Caption: Proposing a constitutional amendment authorizing casino gaming and requiring creation of a Texas Gaming Commission to regulate gaming and casino-based development projects in this state.
  Author: Ellis, Rodney
  Committees: State Affairs
  Last Action: Referred to State Affairs

78th Regular Session, 2003
SB 507 (78th R.S.)
  Caption: Relating to the authorization and regulation of casino gambling and to the creation, powers, and duties of the Texas Gaming Commission; authorizing taxes; providing civil and criminal penalties.
  Author: Ellis, Rodney
  Committees: State Affairs
  Last Action: Referred to State Affairs
SB 1894 (78th R.S.)
  Caption: Relating to the authorization and regulation of casino gambling and to the creation, powers, and duties of the Texas Gaming Commission; authorizing the imposition of gaming taxes for certain purposes including the establishment of scholarships for Texas students in public colleges and universities; providing civil and criminal penalties.
  Author: Lucio, Jr., Eddie
  Committees: State Affairs
  Last Action: Referred to State Affairs

75th Regular Session, 1997
HB 3299 (75th R.S.)
  Caption: Relating to the creation, appointment, powers, and duties of the Texas Gaming Commission and to the transfer to that commission of the powers and duties of the Texas Racing Commission and the Texas Lottery Commission.
  Author: Wilson, Ron
  Committees: Licensing & Administrative Procedures
  Last Action: Left pending in committee

74th Regular Session, 1995
SB 87 (74th R.S.)
  Caption: Relating to the authorization and regulation of limited casino gambling and to the creation, powers, and duties of the Texas Gaming Commission; authorizing taxes; providing civil and criminal penalties.
  Author: Ellis, Rodney
  Committees: State Affairs
  Last Action: Referred to State Affairs

73rd Regular Session, 1993
SB 550 (73rd R.S.)
  Caption: Relating to the operation of the state lottery; creating the State Lottery Commission.
  Author: Harris, O.H.
  Committees: State Affairs
  Last Action: Withdrawn from intent calendar
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