HBA-MPM H.B. 1419 76(R) BILL ANALYSIS Office of House Bill AnalysisH.B. 1419 By: Hinojosa Public Education 4/15/1999 Introduced BACKGROUND AND PURPOSE Some school districts in Texas have contracted with abolished county education district (CED) boards for the transfer of delinquent tax on property within their boundaries. H.B. 1419 allows a component school district of a CED to collect and use delinquent CED taxes on property within the school district's boundaries. RULEMAKING AUTHORITY It is the opinion of the Office of House Bill Analysis that this bill does not expressly delegate any additional rulemaking authority to a state officer, department, agency, or institution. SECTION BY SECTION ANALYSIS SECTION 1. Amends Section 4.15(e), Chapter 347, Acts of the 73rd Legislature, Regular Session, 1993, to provide that a component school district of a county education district abolished by this Act is not required to distribute taxes collected to the other component school districts of the county education district or to report to the other component districts or the commissioner of education with regard to the amount of taxes collected. Provides that the taxes referred to are imposed on property in the school district by the county education district that are delinquent. Deletes text authorizing the district to collect and use the taxes in the manner provided by rule of the commissioner of education. Makes conforming changes. SECTION 2. Makes application of this Act prospective. SECTION 3. Emergency clause. Effective date: upon passage.