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[  Session(s): all  Chamber =  Both  Bill Type = all    Subjects =  YOUTH CAMPS ]

Select bill Bill Session Author & Sponsor Caption Committees Last action
HB 492 85-0 (2017) Author: Craddick, Tom
Sponsor: Perry, Charles
Relating to a waiver for certain programs from youth camp licensing. House: Public Health
Senate: Health & Human Services
Effective on 9/1/17
HB 2740 81-0 (2009) Author: Bolton, Valinda
Sponsor: Watson, Kirk
Relating to the licensing and regulation of youth camps. House: Human Services
Senate: Health & Human Services
Left pending in committee
HB 1912 80-0 (2007) Author: Truitt, Vicki Relating to an exemption for certain facilities from the child-care licensing requirements. House: Human Services Left pending in committee
SB 170 80-0 (2007) Author: Janek, Kyle Relating to training requirements for certain youth programs. Senate: Health & Human Services Referred to Health & Human Services
HB 772 79-0 (2005) Author: Hughes, Bryan | et. al. Relating to prohibiting nudist youth camps. House: Public Health Committee report sent to Calendars
HB 2540 79-0 (2005) Author: Davis, John Relating to the term of a food manager certificate. House: Public Health Comm. report sent to Local & Consent Calendar
SB 990 79-0 (2005) Author: Janek, Kyle | et. al.
Sponsor: Eiland, Craig
Relating to a training and examination program on sexual abuse and child molestation for certain persons who work at youth camps. House: Human Services
Senate: Health & Human Services
Effective on 9/1/05
HB 1164 70-0 (1987) Author: Geistweidt, Gerald Relating to the ineligibility of certain students employed during the summer months by Summer Youth Camps to receive unemployment compensation. House: Labor and Employment Relations Testimony received in committee
SB 71 69-0 (1985) Author: Leedom, John
Sponsor: Madla, Frank
Relating to the renewal fee for a license to operate a youth camp. House: Appropriations
Senate: State Affairs
Effective immediately
HB 1140 68-0 (1983) Author: Schlueter, Stan Relating to the creation of the Parrie Haynes Ranch Advisory Council and the administration of the Parrie Haynes Ranch as a youth camp. House: Criminal Jurisprudence Posting rule suspended
SB 1165 66-0 (1979) Author: Snelson, W.E. "Pete" Relating to application of the Limited Sales, Excise and Use Tax Act to certain youth camps. Senate: Finance Reported from committee favorably with amendments
HB 115 63-0 (1973) Author: Cole, James D.
Sponsor: Longoria, Raul
Relating to and authorizing the regulation and licensing of youth camps by the State Department of Health; prescribing certain powers and duties of the department; authorizing the department to promulgate rules and regulations to safeguard the safety and health of campers; requiring operators of youth camps to apply for, obtain and renew annually a license from the department; setting the fees at five dollars ($5) for application and for annual renewal of a license; establishing and reappropriating the moneys from a special fund to be known as the Youth Camp Safety and Health Fund; providing procedures for license revocation; authorizing the department to hold hearings, enter property and granting power to examine safety and health records; prohibiting violations of this Act and the rules, regulations and orders of the department; authorizing the department to institute civil suits to recover civil penalties of from fifty dollars ($50) to one thousand dollars ($1,000) per violation, or for injunctive relief, or both; providing for judicial review of administrative actions; making certain other provisions; declaring this Act to be cumulative; and declaring an emergency. House: Human Resources
Senate: Human Resources
Signed by the Governor
HB 142 62-0 (1971) Author: Denton, Lane Relating to providing for the regulation and control of children's summer camps organized for education, recreational, or religious purposes; providing penalties for violation.
HB 435 60-0 (1967) Author: Bridges, Ronald Wayne Relating to providing for the establishment of forestry or parks-maintenance camps by the Texas Youth Council to provide for improved classification and segregation of juvenile offenders and to relieve crowded conditions in existing institutions.
HB 278 58-0 (1963) Author: Bridges, Ronald Wayne | et. al. Relating to providing for the establishment of forestry or parks-maintenance camps by the Texas Youth Council to provide for improved classification and segregation of juvenile offenders and to relieve the crowded conditions in existing institutions.
HB 671 52-0 (1951) Author: Murphy, Jr., Charles Alfred Relating to amending certain statutes by authorizing the State Youth Development Council to regulate and control the business of operating, maintaining and conducting what is commonly known as summer camps for children; making certain exceptions and providing a penalty for the violation.
HB 710 49-0 (1945) Author: Sadler, Harley Herman Relating to making an appropriation for the fiscal year ending August 31, 1945, to the State Board of Control for general repairs and improvements of the CCC Camp in Burnet County, Texas, recently transferred to the State Board of Control by the Federal Government for use in eleemosynary service.

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