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HB 467 86-0 (2019) Author: Hernandez, Ana Relating to sexual assault and domestic violence awareness continuing education for cosmetology license holders. House: Licensing & Administrative Procedures
Senate: Business & Commerce
Referred to Business & Commerce
HB 1705 86-0 (2019) Author: Shaheen, Matt Relating to abolishing the regulation of the practices of barbering and cosmetology. House: Licensing & Administrative Procedures Referred to Licensing & Administrative Procedures
HB 2444 86-0 (2019) Author: Thompson, Senfronia | et. al. Relating to the hours of instruction required to obtain an operator license to practice cosmetology. House: Licensing & Administrative Procedures Referred to Licensing & Administrative Procedures
HB 2523 86-0 (2019) Author: Hernandez, Ana | et. al. Relating to the licensing and regulation of barbering and cosmetology. House: Licensing & Administrative Procedures Committee report sent to Calendars
HB 2667 86-0 (2019) Author: Guillen, Ryan Relating to the licensing and regulation of certain occupations and activities; providing administrative penalties; requiring occupational licenses; authorizing fees; creating criminal offenses. House: Licensing & Administrative Procedures
Senate: Business & Commerce
Referred to Business & Commerce
HB 2698 86-0 (2019) Author: Goldman, Craig | et. al.
Sponsor: Zaffirini, Judith
Relating to the administration of the practical examination required for a barbering or cosmetology license. House: Licensing & Administrative Procedures
Senate: Business & Commerce
Effective on 9/1/19
HB 2700 86-0 (2019) Author: Goldman, Craig Relating to correcting cosmetology scope of work references. House: Licensing & Administrative Procedures Referred to Licensing & Administrative Procedures
HB 2843 86-0 (2019) Author: Turner, Chris | et. al. Relating to the examinations required for a barbering or cosmetology license. House: Higher Education Committee report sent to Calendars
HB 2847 86-0 (2019) Author: Goldman, Craig | et. al.
Sponsor: Hancock, Kelly | et. al.
Relating to the licensing and regulation of certain occupations, activities, and agreements; providing a civil penalty; authorizing fees; requiring an occupational registration and an occupational license. House: Licensing & Administrative Procedures
Senate: Business & Commerce
Effective on 9/1/19
SB 1382 86-0 (2019) Author: Rodríguez, José Relating to sexual assault and domestic violence awareness continuing education for cosmetology license holders. Senate: Business & Commerce Referred to Business & Commerce
SB 1394 86-0 (2019) Author: Seliger, Kel
Sponsor: Goldman, Craig
Relating to the regulation of companies that prearrange barbering and cosmetology services outside of certain facilities. House: Licensing & Administrative Procedures
Senate: Business & Commerce
Committee report sent to Calendars
SB 1506 86-0 (2019) Author: Schwertner, Charles Relating to cosmetology licensing and sanitation requirements. Senate: Business & Commerce Referred to Business & Commerce
SB 1507 86-0 (2019) Author: Schwertner, Charles Relating to the hours of instruction required to obtain an operator license to practice cosmetology. Senate: Business & Commerce Referred to Business & Commerce
SB 1714 86-0 (2019) Author: Lucio, Jr., Eddie Relating to the requirement that an applicant for a reciprocal license, certificate, or permit to practice barbering or cosmetology pass an examination; authorizing a fee. Senate: Business & Commerce Referred to Business & Commerce
SB 2051 86-0 (2019) Author: Schwertner, Charles Relating to the administration of a practical examination by a junior college or career school or college. Senate: Higher Education Referred to Higher Education
HB 340 85-0 (2017) Author: Goldman, Craig Relating to abolishing shampoo apprentice permits and shampoo specialty certificates. House: Licensing & Administrative Procedures Returned to Local & Consent Calendars Comm.
HB 1104 85-0 (2017) Author: Hernandez, Ana Relating to sexual assault and domestic violence awareness continuing education for cosmetology license holders. House: Licensing & Administrative Procedures Placed on General State Calendar
HB 2304 85-0 (2017) Author: Guillen, Ryan
Sponsor: Schwertner, Charles
Relating to the regulation of barbering and cosmetology. House: Licensing & Administrative Procedures
Senate: Business & Commerce
Senate appoints conferees-reported
HB 2407 85-0 (2017) Author: Goldman, Craig | et. al. Relating to the regulation of the hours of instruction for cosmetology licensing. House: Licensing & Administrative Procedures Left pending in committee
HB 2408 85-0 (2017) Author: Goldman, Craig | et. al. Relating to cosmetology licensing and sanitation requirements. House: Licensing & Administrative Procedures Left pending in committee
HB 2629 85-0 (2017) Author: Thompson, Senfronia | et. al. Relating to notice and continuing education requirements regarding human trafficking for cosmetologists and cosmetology facilities. House: Licensing & Administrative Procedures Committee report sent to Calendars
HB 2738 85-0 (2017) Author: Hernandez, Ana
Sponsor: Taylor, Larry
Relating to the hours of instruction provided in barbering and cosmetology schools. House: Licensing & Administrative Procedures
Senate: Business & Commerce
Effective on 9/1/17
HB 2739 85-0 (2017) Author: Hernandez, Ana
Sponsor: Zaffirini, Judith
Relating to the regulation of barber schools, private beauty culture schools, and other facilities used to teach or perform the practice of barbering or cosmetology. House: Licensing & Administrative Procedures
Senate: Business & Commerce
Effective on 9/1/17
HB 3307 85-0 (2017) Author: Kuempel, John Relating to the regulation of barbering and cosmetology. House: Licensing & Administrative Procedures Returned to Local & Consent Calendars Comm.
HB 3905 85-0 (2017) Author: Thompson, Senfronia Relating to the practice of cosmetology by a person who holds an esthetician specialty license. House: Licensing & Administrative Procedures
Senate: Business & Commerce
Referred to Business & Commerce
SB 918 85-0 (2017) Author: Rodríguez, José Relating to sexual assault and domestic violence awareness training and reporting by cosmetology license holders. Senate: Business & Commerce Referred to Business & Commerce
SB 1087 85-0 (2017) Author: Schwertner, Charles Relating to the regulation of the hours of instruction for cosmetology licensing. House: Licensing & Administrative Procedures
Senate: Business & Commerce
Referred to Licensing & Administrative Procedures
SB 1088 85-0 (2017) Author: Schwertner, Charles
Sponsor: Goldman, Craig
Relating to the regulation of cosmetology. House: Licensing & Administrative Procedures
Senate: Business & Commerce
Returned to Local & Consent Calendars Comm.
SB 1502 85-0 (2017) Author: Zaffirini, Judith
Sponsor: Kuempel, John
Relating to the regulation of barbering and cosmetology. House: Licensing & Administrative Procedures
Senate: Business & Commerce
Effective on 9/1/17
SB 1503 85-0 (2017) Author: Zaffirini, Judith
Sponsor: Goldman, Craig
Relating to abolishing shampoo apprentice permits and shampoo specialty certificates. House: Licensing & Administrative Procedures
Senate: Business & Commerce
Effective on 9/1/17
SB 2065 85-0 (2017) Author: Hancock, Kelly
Sponsor: Kuempel, John
Relating to the licensing and regulation of certain occupations and activities. House: Licensing & Administrative Procedures
Senate: Business & Commerce
See remarks for effective date
SB 2153 85-0 (2017) Author: Taylor, Larry Relating to the hours of instruction provided in barbering and cosmetology schools. Senate: Business & Commerce Referred to Business & Commerce
HB 344 85-1 (2017) Author: Thompson, Senfronia Relating to the practice of cosmetology by a person who holds an esthetician specialty license. House: Licensing & Administrative Procedures Referred to Licensing & Administrative Procedures
HB 104 84-0 (2015) Author: White, James | et. al.
Sponsor: Eltife, Kevin
Relating to the practice of barbering and cosmetology at certain events. House: Licensing & Administrative Procedures
Senate: Business & Commerce
Effective on 9/1/15
HB 578 84-0 (2015) Author: White, James Relating to an exemption from the cosmetologist licensing law for persons who provide certain services at a special event. House: Licensing & Administrative Procedures
Senate: Business & Commerce
Referred to Business & Commerce
HB 845 84-0 (2015) Author: Schaefer, Matt | et. al. Relating to the hours of instruction required to be eligible for a cosmetology operator license. House: Licensing & Administrative Procedures Referred to Licensing & Administrative Procedures
HB 2314 84-0 (2015) Author: White, James Relating to abolishing the regulation of hair braiding. House: Licensing & Administrative Procedures Referred to Licensing & Administrative Procedures
HB 2717 84-0 (2015) Author: Goldman, Craig | et. al.
Sponsor: West, Royce | et. al.
Relating to the deregulation of hair braiding. House: Licensing & Administrative Procedures
Senate: Business & Commerce
Effective immediately
HB 2720 84-0 (2015) Author: Goldman, Craig Relating to abolishing shampoo apprentice permits and shampoo specialty certificates. House: Licensing & Administrative Procedures
Senate: Business & Commerce
Referred to Business & Commerce
HB 2846 84-0 (2015) Author: Goldman, Craig Relating to abolishing certain specialty licenses and certificates for the practice of barbering or cosmetology. House: Licensing & Administrative Procedures Referred to Licensing & Administrative Procedures
HB 3325 84-0 (2015) Author: Gutierrez, Roland Relating to the requirements for barber schools and private beauty culture schools. House: Licensing & Administrative Procedures Postponed
HB 4068 84-0 (2015) Author: Smith, Wayne Relating to the regulation of barber schools and beauty culture schools; amending provisions subject to a criminal penalty. House: Licensing & Administrative Procedures Placed on General State Calendar
HB 4069 84-0 (2015) Author: Smith, Wayne
Sponsor: Eltife, Kevin
Relating to the regulation of barbering and cosmetology. House: Licensing & Administrative Procedures
Senate: Business & Commerce
Referred to Business & Commerce
SB 1179 84-0 (2015) Author: Huffines, Don Relating to abolishing certain occupational licensing requirements and associated regulations. Senate: Business & Commerce Referred to Business & Commerce
SB 1193 84-0 (2015) Author: West, Royce | et. al. Relating to the deregulation of hair braiding. Senate: Business & Commerce Not again placed on intent calendar
SB 1604 84-0 (2015) Author: Huffines, Don Relating to abolishing the regulation of hair braiding. Senate: Business & Commerce Referred to Business & Commerce
HB 566 83-0 (2013) Author: Gutierrez, Roland Relating to the practice of cosmetology. House: Licensing & Administrative Procedures Left pending in committee
HB 619 83-0 (2013) Author: Gonzalez, Naomi
Sponsor: Watson, Kirk
Relating to the requirements for issuance of certain barbering and cosmetology licenses and certificates for applicants holding licenses issued by other states; imposing fees. House: Licensing & Administrative Procedures
Senate: Business & Commerce
Effective on 9/1/13
HB 1779 83-0 (2013) Author: Schaefer, Matt Relating to the regulation of the practices of barbering and cosmetology and associated locations. House: Licensing & Administrative Procedures Referred to Licensing & Administrative Procedures
HB 2095 83-0 (2013) Author: Thompson, Senfronia
Sponsor: Carona, John
Relating to the regulation of barbering and cosmetology; authorizing fees. House: Licensing & Administrative Procedures
Senate: Business & Commerce
Effective on 9/1/13
HB 2494 83-0 (2013) Author: Harper-Brown, Linda Relating to the regulation of certain occupations. House: Licensing & Administrative Procedures Referred to Licensing & Administrative Procedures
HB 3156 83-0 (2013) Author: Harper-Brown, Linda Relating to the regulation of certain practices in barbering and cosmetology. House: Licensing & Administrative Procedures Left pending in committee
HB 3477 83-0 (2013) Author: Allen, Alma Relating to the regulation of cosmetology, including eyebrow or facial hair threading. House: Licensing & Administrative Procedures Referred to Licensing & Administrative Procedures
SB 362 83-0 (2013) Author: Watson, Kirk
Sponsor: Gutierrez, Roland
Relating to the practice of cosmetology. House: Licensing & Administrative Procedures
Senate: Business & Commerce
Effective on 9/1/13
SB 973 83-0 (2013) Author: Carona, John
Sponsor: Thompson, Senfronia
Relating to the regulation of barbering and cosmetology; authorizing fees. House: Licensing & Administrative Procedures
Senate: Business & Commerce
Comm. report sent to Local & Consent Calendar
HB 1793 82-0 (2011) Author: Gutierrez, Roland Relating to the practice of cosmetology. House: Licensing & Administrative Procedures
Senate: Business & Commerce
Referred to Business & Commerce
HB 2727 82-0 (2011) Author: Thompson, Senfronia
Sponsor: Whitmire, John
Relating to the regulation by the Texas Department of Licensing and Regulation of the application of eyelash extensions and private beauty culture schools; providing a criminal penalty. House: Licensing & Administrative Procedures
Senate: Business & Commerce
Effective immediately
HB 3013 82-0 (2011) Author: Giddings, Helen Relating to the renewal of an expired cosmetology operator license. House: Licensing & Administrative Procedures Referred to Licensing & Administrative Procedures
HB 3512 82-0 (2011) Author: Hamilton, Mike Relating to the regulation of barbers and cosmetologists. House: Licensing & Administrative Procedures Referred to Licensing & Administrative Procedures
SB 1170 82-0 (2011) Author: Carona, John
Sponsor: Hamilton, Mike
Relating to the regulation of barbers and cosmetologists. House: Licensing & Administrative Procedures
Senate: Business & Commerce
Effective on 9/1/11
HB 3910 81-0 (2009) Author: Madden, Jerry Relating to the requirements to obtain a license to practice cosmetology. House: Licensing & Administrative Procedures Left pending in committee
HB 3914 81-0 (2009) Author: Edwards, Al Relating to the regulation of the practice of cosmetology. House: Licensing & Administrative Procedures Referred to Licensing & Administrative Procedures
HB 1030 80-0 (2007) Author: Chisum, Warren Relating to licensing and regulation of cosmetology. House: Licensing & Administrative Procedures Referred to Licensing & Admin. Procedures
HB 1050 80-0 (2007) Author: Hopson, Chuck | et. al. Relating to the regulation of barbering and cosmetology. House: Licensing & Administrative Procedures Referred to Licensing & Admin. Procedures
HB 1118 80-0 (2007) Author: Brown, Betty Relating to the operation of a licensed barber or cosmetology school, shop, or facility before initial inspection by the Texas Department of Licensing and Regulation. House: Licensing & Administrative Procedures Referred to Licensing & Admin. Procedures
HB 1278 80-0 (2007) Author: Deshotel, Joe Relating to the requirement that a person who performs certain tissue-altering procedures be licensed. House: Public Health Referred to Public Health
HB 1280 80-0 (2007) Author: Deshotel, Joe | et. al. Relating to the authority of the Texas Department of Licensing and Regulation to issue certain enforcement orders in the regulation of barbering and cosmetology. House: Licensing & Administrative Procedures Referred to Licensing & Admin. Procedures
HB 1566 80-0 (2007) Author: Goolsby, Tony Relating to the requirement that an applicant for a cosmetologist examination not owe tuition to a beauty culture school. House: Licensing & Administrative Procedures Referred to Licensing & Admin. Procedures
HB 2106 80-0 (2007) Author: Chisum, Warren | et. al.
Sponsor: Whitmire, John
Relating to the regulation of barbering and cosmetology. House: Licensing & Administrative Procedures
Senate: Business & Commerce
Effective immediately
HB 2903 80-0 (2007) Author: Harper-Brown, Linda Relating to certain sanitation requirements applicable to barbering and cosmetology. House: Licensing & Administrative Procedures Referred to Licensing & Admin. Procedures
HB 3623 80-0 (2007) Author: Goolsby, Tony Relating to requiring certain barbers and cosmetologists to have a product available to reverse certain hair damage. House: Licensing & Administrative Procedures Referred to Licensing & Admin. Procedures
HB 3978 80-0 (2007) Author: Jones, Delwin Relating to authorizing certain cosmetology license holders to be provisionally licensed as instructors. House: Licensing & Administrative Procedures Comm. report sent to Local & Consent Calendar
SB 984 80-0 (2007) Author: Whitmire, John Relating to the regulation of barbers and cosmetologists at mobile locations. House: Licensing & Administrative Procedures
Senate: Business & Commerce
Referred to Licensing & Admin. Procedures
HB 441 79-0 (2005) Author: Dutton, Jr., Harold V. Relating to the regulation of barbers and cosmetologists at mobile locations. House: Public Health Referred to Public Health
HB 1304 79-0 (2005) Author: Wong, Martha
Sponsor: Van de Putte, Leticia
Relating to sanitation requirements for certain barbering and cosmetology services. House: Government Reform
Senate: Business & Commerce
Effective on 1/1/06
HB 1436 79-0 (2005) Author: Hamric, Peggy | et. al. Relating to the regulation of barbers and cosmetologists by the Texas Department of Licensing and Regulation and the abolition of the State Board of Barber Examiners and the Texas Cosmetology Commission. House: Government Reform Committee report sent to Calendars
HB 3149 79-0 (2005) Author: Wong, Martha
Sponsor: Van de Putte, Leticia
Relating to inactive status for cosmetology certificate or license holders. House: Government Reform
Senate: Business & Commerce
Effective on 9/1/05
SB 411 79-0 (2005) Author: Whitmire, John
Sponsor: Hamric, Peggy
Relating to the regulation of barbers and cosmetologists by the Texas Department of Licensing and Regulation and the abolition of the State Board of Barber Examiners and the Texas Cosmetology Commission. House: Government Reform
Senate: Government Organization
See remarks for effective date
HB 653 78-0 (2003) Author: Davis, John
Sponsor: Janek, Kyle
Relating to a shampoo apprentice permit. House: Licensing & Administrative Procedures
Senate: Health & Human Services
Effective on 9/1/03
HB 767 78-0 (2003) Author: Davis, John Relating to the renewal of a cosmetology license. House: Public Health Referred to Public Health
HB 3174 78-0 (2003) Author: Pitts, Jim
Sponsor: Averitt, Kip
Relating to the requirement to submit a health certificate to obtain a license to practice cosmetology. House: Public Health
Senate: Health & Human Services
Effective on 9/1/03
HB 3460 78-0 (2003) Author: Pitts, Jim
Sponsor: Averitt, Kip
Relating to regulation of the practice of cosmetology. House: Public Health
Senate: Health & Human Services
See remarks for effective date
HB 436 77-0 (2001) Author: McClendon, Ruth Relating to the regulation of barbers and cosmetologists at mobile locations. House: Public Health Referred to Public Health
HB 551 77-0 (2001) Author: Mowery, Anna
Sponsor: Van de Putte, Leticia
Relating to the authority of a cosmetologist to treat a person's mustache or beard. House: Public Health
Senate: Business & Commerce
Effective immediately
HB 416 76-0 (1999) Author: Talton, Robert Relating to fees and penalties imposed by the Texas Cosmetology Commission. House: Public Health Referred to Public Health
HB 1197 76-0 (1999) Author: Gutierrez, Roberto Relating to health certificates required for certain licenses and certificates issued by the Texas Cosmetology Commission. House: Public Health Considered in Local & Consent Calendars
HB 2102 76-0 (1999) Author: Pitts, Jim Relating to the regulation of barbers and cosmetologists under the Texas Board of Barber and Cosmetologist Examiners and the abolition of the State Board of Barber Examiners and the Texas Cosmetology Commission. House: Public Health Referred to Public Health
SB 314 76-0 (1999) Author: Ellis, Rodney
Sponsor: Gutierrez, Roberto
Relating to health certificates required for certain licenses and certificates issued by the Texas Cosmetology Commission. House: Public Health
Senate: Health Services
Effective on 9/1/99
SB 564 76-0 (1999) Author: Duncan, Robert Relating to the regulation of barbers and cosmetologists under the Texas Board of Barber and Cosmetologist Examiners and the abolition of the State Board of Barber Examiners and the Texas Cosmetology Commission. Senate: State Affairs No action taken in committee
HB 1715 75-0 (1997) Author: Davila, Diana Relating to the regulation of the practice of cosmetology; providing an administrative penalty. House: Public Health Left pending in committee
HB 3446 75-0 (1997) Author: Kubiak, Dan Relating to the regulation of the practice of cosmetology. House: Public Health Referred to Public Health
SB 719 75-0 (1997) Author: Duncan, Robert Relating to the regulation of barbers and cosmetologists under the Texas Board of Barber and Cosmetologist Examiners and the abolition of the State Board of Barber Examiners and the Texas Cosmetology Commission. Senate: State Affairs Failed to receive affirmative vote in comm.
SB 1131 75-0 (1997) Author: Ellis, Rodney | et. al.
Sponsor: Davila, Diana
Relating to the regulation of the practice of cosmetology; providing an administrative penalty. House: Public Health
Senate: State Affairs
Effective on 9/1/97
HB 1223 74-0 (1995) Author: Duncan, Robert | et. al. Relating to the regulation of barbers and cosmetologists under the Texas Board of Barber and Cosmetologist Examiners and the abolition of the State Board of Barber Examiners and the Texas Cosmetology Commission. House: Public Health Left pending in committee
SB 35 74-0 (1995) Author: Harris, Chris Relating to an exemption from the application of certain requirements related to the practice of cosmetology for persons who provide services at a fashion photography studio. Senate: Economic Development Referred to Economic Development
SB 1502 74-0 (1995) Author: Lucio, Jr., Eddie
Sponsor: Cuellar, Renato
Relating to the regulation of the practice of cosmetology; providing a penalty. House: Public Health
Senate: Economic Development
Effective on 9/1/95
SB 1653 74-0 (1995) Author: Armbrister, Kenneth Relating to licenses required for certain acts performed within the practice of cosmetology. Senate: Economic Development Referred to Economic Development
SB 1094 73-0 (1993) Author: Madla, Frank
Sponsor: Hernandez, Christine
Relating to the regulation of professional manicuring and facial specialty schools and the imposition of fees by the Texas Cosmetology Commission. House: Public Health
Senate: State Affairs
Effective on 9/1/93
HB 371 72-0 (1991) Author: Conley, Karyne Relating to the educational requirements applying to cosmetologists. House: Government Organization Referred to Government Organization
HB 108 70-0 (1987) Author: Blackwood, Bill Relating to certain fees assessed to the Texas Cosmetology Commission; providing penalties. House: Public Health Referred to subcommittee
HB 2327 70-0 (1987) Author: Harris, Chris Relating to the regulation of barbers, cosmetologists, and certain hair care shops and salons; providing penalties. House: State Affairs Referred to State Affairs
HB 1151 69-0 (1985) Author: Harris, Chris Relating to the regulation of barbers, cosmetologists, and certain hair care shops and salons; providing penalties. House: State Affairs Referred to subcommittee
SB 127 69-0 (1985) Author: Traeger, John
Sponsor: Armbrister, Kenneth
Relating to licenses, fees, and exemptions involved in the regulation of the practice of cosmetology. House: Public Health
Senate: Economic Development
Effective on . . . . . . . . . .
HB 1010 68-0 (1983) Author: Harrison, Jr., W.O. "Bill"
Sponsor: Jones, Grant
Relating to authority of the State Board of Barber Examiners and the Texas Cosmetology Commission to contract with each other for inspection and enforcement purposes. House: Business & Commerce
Senate: Economic Development
Removed from local & uncontested calendar
SB 647 68-0 (1983) Author: Jones, Grant
Sponsor: Smith, Terral
Relating to the adoption of rules by the Texas Cosmetology Commission regarding continuing education programs for persons licensed by the commission. House: Criminal Jurisprudence
Senate: Economic Development
Effective on . . . . . . . . . .
HB 238 67-0 (1981) Author: Smith, Carlyle Relating to exemptions to the Cosmetology Regulatory Act. House: Human Services Subcommittee laid on table subject to call
HB 929 67-0 (1981) Author: Ceverha, Bill Relating to the regulation of barbers and cosmetologists. House: State Affairs Committee report printed and sent to Committee on Calendars
HB 1762 67-0 (1981) Author: Wilson, Ron Relating to regulation of the practice of cosmetology. House: Health Services Referred to Committee on Health Services
SB 26 67-0 (1981) Author: Brooks, Chet
Sponsor: Smith, Carlyle
Relating to exemptions to the Cosmetology Regulatory Act. House: Human Services
Senate: Human Resources
Effective on . . . . . . . . . .
SB 593 67-0 (1981) Author: Santiesteban, H. Relating to the licensing fees of persons licensed by the Texas Cosmetology Commission. House: State Affairs
Senate: State Affairs
Referred to Committee on State Affairs
HB 713 66-0 (1979) Author: Ceverha, Bill Relating to regulation of cosmetologists, beauty shops, and wig salons; providing penalties. House: Government Organization Referred to subcommittee
SB 384 66-0 (1979) Author: Harris, O.H.
Sponsor: Lewis, Gibson
Relating to licensing and regulation of cosmetologists; providing penalties. House: Government Organization
Senate: State Affairs
Effective on . . . . . . . . . .
HB 758 65-0 (1977) Author: Green, Gene Relating to the creation of the Texas Commission of Cosmetologists and Barbers; amd declaring an emergency. House: State Affairs Referred to subcommittee
HB 759 65-0 (1977) Author: Green, Gene Relating to dividing and sharing working areas by barbers and cosmetologists. House: State Affairs
Senate: Economic Development
Referred to Committee on Economic Development
HB 1593 65-0 (1977) Author: Ceverha, Bill To allow educational cosmetology programs without temporary licensing of participants under certain conditions, to remove the requirement of blood tests for licensing, and to provide for temporary permits for cosmetology demonstrations outside of licensed shops. House: State Affairs Assigned to Consent Calendar
HB 1616 65-0 (1977) Author: Weddington, Sarah
Sponsor: Mengden, Walter
Relating to certain requirements for licensing as an operator in cosmetology; relating to certain requirements for licensing as an instructor. House: State Affairs
Senate: Economic Development
Considered by committee in public hearing
HB 1836 65-0 (1977) Author: Maloney, Robert
Sponsor: Harris, O.H.
Relating to the extension of the period of time for the training and certification of certain persons who perform hair cleansing and scalp conditioning in beauty shops. House: State Affairs
Senate: State Affairs
Effective in 90 days
SB 398 65-0 (1977) Author: Mengden, Walter
Sponsor: Edwards III, Jimmie C.
Relating to the number of instructors a private beauty culture school is required to have on its staff. House: State Affairs
Senate: Economic Development
90 Day Bill
SB 532 65-0 (1977) Author: Harris, O.H.
Sponsor: Ceverha, Bill
Adding a new Subsection (e) to Section 18 and amending Sections 35 and 36, Chapter 1036, Acts of the 62nd Legislature, 1971, as amended (Article 8451a, Vernon's Texas Civil Statutes), to allow educational cosmetology programs without temporary licensing of participants under certain conditions, to remove the requirement of blood tests for licensing, and to provide for temporary permits for cosmetology demonstrations outside of licensed shops. House: State Affairs
Senate: State Affairs
90 Day Bill
HB 255 64-0 (1975) Author: Hubenak, Joe A. Relating to the licensing of cosmetologists. House: State Affairs Considered by subcommittee in formal meeting
HB 376 64-0 (1975) Author: Bigham, John R. Relating to the regulation of barbers and cosmetologists. House: State Affairs Considered by subcommittee in formal meeting
HB 1460 64-0 (1975) Author: Parker, Carl Relating to the classification of certain institutions for purposes of the regulation of the offering of cosmetology courses. House: State Affairs Referred to subcommittee
HB 1750 64-0 (1975) Author: Mattox, Jim Relating to the creation of the Texas State Commission of Cosmetologists and Barbers; transferring the powers and duties of the Board of Barber Examiners and the Texas Cosmetology Commission to the Texas State Commission of Cosmetologists and Barbers; providing an effective date. House: State Affairs Referred to subcommittee
HB 1966 64-0 (1975) Author: Bryant, John W. Relating to the licensing of beauty culture schools by the Texas Cosmetology Commission. House: State Affairs Referred to Committee on State Affairs
HB 2133 64-0 (1975) Author: Nichols, R.C. "Nick" Relating to the denial, revocation, or suspension of a licence of a cosmetologist, barber, an assistant barber, and a journeyman barber because the applicant or licensee was convicted of a crime. House: State Affairs Referred to subcommittee
HCR 152 64-0 (1975) Author: Hubenak, Joe A. Recalling SB 86 from the Governor for corrections. Signed by Governor
SB 86 64-0 (1975) Author: Moore, W.T. "Bill"
Sponsor: Hubenak, Joe A.
Regulating and controlling the business or occupation and those engaged in the business, occupation, or employment of caring for, dressing, adorning, and beautifying the human hair, face, scalp, hands, nails, skin, and body; providing for the licensing of barbers and cosmetologists and the places where such services are performed; relating to barber schools and colleges and beauty schools and educational requirements; defining terms; making certain provisions as to nonprofit, tax-exempt vocational schools; increasing the numbers of members of the State Board of Barber Examiners and making other provisions with reference to the boards; providing date after which persons licensed by the State Board of Barber Examiners or the Texas Cosmetology Commission may not perform on certain premises; providing a saving clause as to persons holding a cosmetologist license or manicurist license issued by the cosmetology commission who apply for a manicurist license to the barber board; providng certain exceptions and exemptions; providing for appeals to and procedures in courts; providing serverability; providing a repealing clause. House: State Affairs
Senate: State Affairs
90 day bill
SCR 79 64-0 (1975) Author: Moore, W.T. "Bill" Requesting the Enrolling and Engrossing Clerk to correct certain errors in Section 31 of S.B. 86, as follows: (1) strike "(H)" in Paragraph (a) of Section 15A, which refers to "shampooing and conditioning hair," and substitute "(D)," which refers to "cutting, trimming, polishing, tinting, coloring, cleansing or manicuring the nails of any person; or attaching false nails or massaging, cleansing, treating or beautifying the hands of any person"; and, (2) strike "(I)" in Paragraph (a) of Section 15B, which refers to "advertising or holding out to the public by any manner whatsoever that any person is a cosmetologist or authorized to practice cosmetology." Senate: Administration Referred to Committee on Administration
HB 771 63-0 (1973) Author: Munson, Ben
Sponsor: Aikin, Jr., A.M.
Relating to certain requirements for licensing as an instructor in cosmetology. House: State Affairs
Senate: State Affairs
Signed by the Governor
HB 1704 63-0 (1973) Author: Willis, Doyle
Sponsor: McKnight, Peyton
Relating to the requirements of a private beauty culture school; amending Section 27, Chapter 1036, Acts of the 62nd Legislature, Regular Session, 1971 (Article 734c, Vernon's Texas Penal Code); and declaring an emergency. House: Human Resources
Senate: Administration
Signed by the Governor
SB 508 63-0 (1973) Author: Longoria, Raul
Sponsor: Murray, Menton J.
Relating to the issuance of licenses by the Texas Cosmetology Commission. House: Human Resources
Senate: Jurisprudence
Effective immediately
SB 863 63-0 (1973) Author: Wolff, Nelson
Sponsor: Kubiak, Dan
Relating to the training, qualifications, certification, and employment of certain persons who perform hair cleansing and scalp conditioning in beauty shops; amending Subsection (a) and adding Subsection (c), Section 12, Chapter 1036, Acts of the 62nd Legislature, Regular Session, 1971 (Article 734c, Vernon's Texas Penal Code); amending Chapter 1036, Acts of the 62nd Legislature, Regular Session, 1971 (Article 734c, Vernon's Texas Penal Code), by adding Section 55; and declaring an emergency. House: Human Resources
Senate: Human Resources
90 Day Bill
SB 939 63-0 (1973) Author: McKnight, Peyton Relating to the requirement of maintenance of full-time instructors on its staff during certain hours by a private beauty culture school. House: Human Resources
Senate: State Affairs
Referred to Committee on Human Resources
HB 156 62-0 (1971) Author: Golman, Joe H.
Sponsor: Hightower, Jack
Relating to the regulation of cosmetologists and hairdressers, creating the Texas Cosmetology Commission.
HB 233 62-0 (1971) Author: Moore, Griffith Relating to exemptions from hairdressing and cosmetologists' license requirements.
HB 202 61-0 (1969) Author: Dickson, Temple | et. al. Relating to making it unlawful to refuse to serve certain persons in barber and beauty shops; prescribing a penalty.
HB 466 61-0 (1969) Author: Pendleton, Randall George "Randy" Relating to educational requirements for cosmetology students.
HB 1311 61-0 (1969) Author: Golman, Joe H. Relating to the State Board of Hairdressers and Cosmetologists.
SB 98 61-0 (1969) Author: Brooks, Chet Relating to qualifications and examinations of applicants for a license to engage in the occupation of hairdresser, cosmetologist, or manicurist.
HB 295 60-0 (1967) Author: Duggan, Jr., Fitzhugh Lee Relating to cosmetologists and hairdressers; relating to penalties for certain offenses.
HB 1016 60-0 (1967) Author: Lockridge, Joseph Edwin Relating to providing for 6 members of the State Board of Hairdressers and Cosmetologists, to be appointed by the Governor by and with the advice and consent of the Senate, and providing for their terms of office.
SB 134 60-0 (1967) Author: Watson, Jr., Murray Relating to cosmetologists and hairdressers; relating to penalties for certain offenses.
SB 488 60-0 (1967) Author: Hall, Ralph M. Relating to amending the Penal Code so as to provide for six members of the State Board of Hairdressers and Cosmetologists, to be appointed by the Governor by and with the advice and consent of the Senate.
HB 1180 59-0 (1965) Author: Mann, Jr., Dudley R. Relating to application fees for hairdressers and cosmetologists and for manicurists, and to the disposition of the fees.
SB 583 59-0 (1965) Author: Watson, Jr., Murray Relating to application fees for hairdressers and cosmetologists and for manicurists, and to the disposition of the fees.
HB 226 58-0 (1963) Author: Jarvis, Ben E. Relating to providing for the establishment and continuance of the State Board of Hairdressers and Cosmetologists as presently constituted, and defining the duties and powers of such Boards; prescribing certain offenses which shall constitute misdemeanors; providing for the punishment for willful making of any false statement.
HB 843 58-0 (1963) Author: Davis, William S. "Bill" Relating to providing for the deposit of certain revenues in the General Revenue Fund; providing that expenses of the Texas State Board of Hairdressers and Cosmetologists shall be paid from the General Revenue Fund; abolishing the State Board of Cosmetologists Fund; providing an effective date.
SB 138 58-0 (1963) Author: Spears, Jr., Franklin Scott Relating to amending the Hairdressers and Cosmetologists Act, so as to authorize the Attorney General or any district or county attorney to institute any injunction proceeding or such other proceeding as to enforce provisions of this Act; authorizing and providing venue for suits for recovery of penalty for violating the Act.
HB 79 53-0 (1953) Author: Hale, L. DeWitt | et. al. Relating to amending certain Acts by providing for the establishment and continuance of the State Board of Hairdressers and Cosmetologists as presently constituted, and defining the duties and powers of such Boards; defining the practice of hairdressing and cosmetology and other terms and definitions.
HB 544 53-0 (1953) Author: Niemann, Fredrick A. "Fred" Relating to amending certain Statutes by providing that a barber or beauty shop, or both may incorporate.
SB 27 53-0 (1953) Author: Shireman, William H. | et. al. Relating to amending the Penal Code by providing for the continuance in existence of the State Board of Hairdressers and Cosmetologists as presently constituted and increasing the salaries of the members thereof; reuiring a license for those desiring to engage in such operations; providing penal provisions for violations of this Act.
HB 114 53-1 (1954) Author: Hale, L. DeWitt Relating to making a supplemental appropriation to the State Board of Hairdressers and Cosmetologists.
SB 25 53-1 (1954) Author: Shireman, William H. Relating to making supplemental appropriations to the State Board of Hairdressers and Cosmetologists.
SB 247 51-0 (1949) Author: Harris, Fred R. "Red" Relating to amending a previous Act, making it unlawful for any person to engage in the practice of a hairdresser or cosmetologist or to operate a cosmetological school without having first obtained a certificate of registration; providing penalties and punishments thereof; providing a repealing and a saving clause.
HB 424 50-0 (1947) Author: Heflin, James McDonald Relating to amending certain Acts relative to the practice of hairdressers and cosmetologists; providing certain penalties; providing a repealing and saving clause.
HB 880 50-0 (1947) Author: Heflin, James McDonald | et. al. Relating to making an emergency appropriation to the State Board of Hairdressers and Cosmetologists.
SB 73 50-0 (1947) Author: Stanford, Jr., James A. Relating to making certain emergency appropriations for the State Board of Hairdressers and Cosmetologists for the remainder of the current fiscal year ending August 31, 1947.
SB 131 50-0 (1947) Author: Hazlewood, Grady Relating to amending a previous Act, making it unlawful for any person to engage in the practice of a hairdresser or cosmetologist or to operate a cosmetological school without having first obtained a certificate of registration; requiring health certificates and penalties for false certificates; providing a saving clause.
HB 49 49-0 (1945) Author: Heflin, James McDonald Relating to amending certain Acts to provide requirements for students and demonstrators; providing qualifications for board members; providing for penalties for the violation thereof; providing for repealing certain actions; providing a savings clause.
HB 561 49-0 (1945) Author: Calhoun, George G. Relating to making certain emergency appropriations for the State Board of Hairdressers and Cosmetologists for the remainder of the current fiscal year ending August 31, 1945.
SB 208 49-0 (1945) Author: Sulak, Louis J. Relating to amending law relating to Board of Cosmetology to provide requirements for students and demonstrators, etc.; providing for penalties for the violation thereof; providing for repealing certain sections; providing a savings clause.
SB 220 49-0 (1945) Author: Stone, William E. Relating to making certain emergency appropriations for the State Board of Hairdressers and Cosmetologists for the remainder of the current fiscal year ending August 31, 1945.
HB 223 48-0 (1943) Author: Stanford, Jr., James A. | et. al. Relating to amending certain Acts so as to provide for the issuance of a Texas license to non-resident hairdressers and cosmetologists under certain circumstances for a set fee.
HB 369 48-0 (1943) Author: Bridgers, William W. "Billy" | et. al. Relating to authorizing the Comptroller of Public Accounts of the State of Texas and the State Treasurer of the State of Texas to transfer Three Hundred Twenty-five Thousand ($325,000) Dollars from the State Board of Hair Dressers and Cosmetology Fund to the General Fund of the State.
HB 571 48-0 (1943) Author: Kirby, Dann | et. al. Relating to providing graduates of schools of beauty culture shall be issued a temporary certificate to practice.
SB 148 48-0 (1943) Author: Vick, Kyle A. | et. al. Relating to amending certain Acts by providing for the issuance of a Texas license to non-resident hairdressers and cosmetologists under certain circumstances for a set fee.
SB 210 48-0 (1943) Author: Vick, Kyle A. Relating to amending law regulating the operation of barber shops and beauty parlors.
HB 317 47-0 (1941) Author: McNamara, Eugene "Gene" Relating to amending the Revised Civil Statutes relative to authorizing the creation of corporations for the purpose of establishing, owning, operating, and managing a barbershop, a barber school, beauty parlor, beauty culture school, hairdressing and cosmetological shop, or similar and associated pursuits and occupations.
HB 468 47-0 (1941) Author: Heflin, James McDonald Relating to amending a certain Act providing for certain changes in fees, requirements, and regulations with respect to schools of beauty culture, the operation of beauty parlors, and the personnel engaged in the trade or practice of beauty culture.
HB 704 47-0 (1941) Author: Hoyo, John C. Relating to regulating Beauty Schools, Beauty Shops, Hairdressers, Cosmetologists, Manicurists and Beauty School Instructors and defining each; creating a Department of Cosmetology and a Commissioner of Cosmetology; providing for penalties.
HB 787 47-0 (1941) Author: Daniel, Sr., Marion Price Relating to amending a certain Act of the Penal Code providing that any person engaged in the business of cutting hair for certain period shall be entitled to a certificate without having to take an examination.
SB 182 47-0 (1941) Author: Sulak, Louis J. Relating to regulating the occupation of hairdressers and cosmetologists, to create a Department of Cosmetology of the State Board of Health for the licensing, training, and education of such practitioners and instructors; providing penalties.
HB 330 46-0 (1939) Author: Johnson, Leland Monte Relating to regulating the occupation of hairdressers and cosmetologists, to create a State Board of Examiners for the licensing of persons to carry on and to teach such practices to insure the better training and education of such practitioners and instructors.
HB 691 46-0 (1939) Author: Heflin, James McDonald | et. al. Relating to transferring all duties, powers, and functions of the State Board of Barber Examiners, and the State Board of Hairdressers and Cosmetologists to the State Department of Health.
SB 100 46-0 (1939) Author: Small, Sr., Charles Clinton "Clint" Relating to regulating the occupation of hairdressers and cosmetologists to create a State Board of Examiners for the licensing of persons to carry on and to teach such practices to insure the better training and education of such practitioners and instructors; providing penalties for the violation thereof.
HB 189 44-0 (1935) Author: Hughes, Sarah Tilghman Relating to regulating the occupation of hairdressers and cosmetologists, to create a State Board of Examiners for the licensing of persons to carry on and to teach such practice, to insure the better education of such practitioners; prescribing a penalty.
HB 127 44-2 (1935) Author: Jefferson, Pat Curtis | et. al. Relating to the establishment of itinerant beauty shops.
HB 256 37-0 (1921) Author: Rogers, John C. | et. al. Relating to a certain Act regarding the control, operation, etc., of beauty parlors.
SB 113 37-0 (1921) Author: Hall, William L. | et. al. Relating to regulating and controlling the business or occupation and those engaged in the business, occupation or employment of caring for, dressing, adorning and beautifying the human hair, face, scalp, hands and skin, including barbers and barber shops and beauty shops and those connected therewith.

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