84(R) HB 3112 – Introduced version – Bill Text money laundering activities

84(R) HB 3112 – introduced version – bill text

By: fletcher

H.B. No. 3112

A BILL TO BE ENTITLED

AN ACT

Relating to a report to the legislative budget board on the border

Security functions of certain state agencies.

BE IT ENACTED BY THE LEGISLATURE OF THE STATE OF TEXAS:

SECTION 1. Chapter 322, government code, is amended by

Adding section 322.025 to read as follows:

Sec. 322.025. REPORT ON BORDER SECURITY FUNCTIONS. (a) in

This section:

(1) border county means a county that is adjacent to

Or within 25 miles of the international border.

(2) border security means the detection and

Interdiction of all smuggling events between the ports of entry

Along the texas-mexico border.

(3) border-related criminal activity includes the

Smuggling of people, drugs, money, weapons, stolen vehicles, and

Other contraband, human trafficking, kidnapping, extortion, home

Invasion, corruption, murder, assault, arson, money laundering,

money laundering activities

Impersonation of a law enforcement officer, vehicle theft, felony

Pursuits, and any other criminal activity conducted by or as a

Result of a transnational criminal organization engaging in

Cross-border illegal activity.

(b) the department of public safety, texas military

Department, parks and wildlife department, trusteed programs

Within the governor’s office, texas department of criminal justice,

And any other state agency designated by the board shall report to

The board twice each state fiscal year the following:

(1) the amount of money the agency budgeted for border

Security, the amount of money the agency spent on border security,

And the agency’s performance related to border security during the

Reporting period;

(2) the finance method for budgeted and expended

Amounts;

(3) the object of expense for budgeted and expended

Amounts; and

(4) the amount of money spent on employee salaries for

money laundering activities

Duties related to border security, including regular and overtime

Pay.

(c) A state agency required by subsection (b) to report

Information to the board shall submit information for the first

Half of the state fiscal year not later than february 28 and

Information for the second half of the state fiscal year not later

Than september 30. The state agency shall submit the information in

The manner prescribed by the board.

SECTION 2. This act takes effect september 1, 2015.

84(R) HB 3112 – introduced version – bill text

By: fletcher

H.B. No. 3112

A BILL TO BE ENTITLED

AN ACT

Relating to a report to the legislative budget board on the border

Security functions of certain state agencies.

BE IT ENACTED BY THE LEGISLATURE OF THE STATE OF TEXAS:

SECTION 1. Chapter 322, government code, is amended by

Adding section 322.025 to read as follows:

Sec. 322.025. REPORT ON BORDER SECURITY FUNCTIONS. (a) in

money laundering activities

This section:

(1) border county means a county that is adjacent to

Or within 25 miles of the international border.

(2) border security means the detection and

Interdiction of all smuggling events between the ports of entry

Along the texas-mexico border.

(3) border-related criminal activity includes the

Smuggling of people, drugs, money, weapons, stolen vehicles, and

Other contraband, human trafficking, kidnapping, extortion, home

Invasion, corruption, murder, assault, arson, money laundering,

Impersonation of a law enforcement officer, vehicle theft, felony

Pursuits, and any other criminal activity conducted by or as a

Result of a transnational criminal organization engaging in

Cross-border illegal activity.

(b) the department of public safety, texas military

Department, parks and wildlife department, trusteed programs

Within the governor’s office, texas department of criminal justice,

money laundering activities

And any other state agency designated by the board shall report to

The board twice each state fiscal year the following:

(1) the amount of money the agency budgeted for border

Security, the amount of money the agency spent on border security,

And the agency’s performance related to border security during the

Reporting period;

(2) the finance method for budgeted and expended

Amounts;

(3) the object of expense for budgeted and expended

Amounts; and

(4) the amount of money spent on employee salaries for

Duties related to border security, including regular and overtime

Pay.

(c) A state agency required by subsection (b) to report

Information to the board shall submit information for the first

Half of the state fiscal year not later than february 28 and

Information for the second half of the state fiscal year not later

Than september 30. The state agency shall submit the information in

money laundering activities

The manner prescribed by the board.

SECTION 2. This act takes effect september 1, 2015.

84(R) HB 3112 – introduced version – bill text

By: fletcher

H.B. No. 3112

A BILL TO BE ENTITLED

AN ACT

Relating to a report to the legislative budget board on the border

Security functions of certain state agencies.

BE IT ENACTED BY THE LEGISLATURE OF THE STATE OF TEXAS:

SECTION 1. Chapter 322, government code, is amended by

Adding section 322.025 to read as follows:

Sec. 322.025. REPORT ON BORDER SECURITY FUNCTIONS. (a) in

This section:

(1) border county means a county that is adjacent to

Or within 25 miles of the international border.

(2) border security means the detection and

Interdiction of all smuggling events between the ports of entry

Along the texas-mexico border.

(3) border-related criminal activity includes the

Smuggling of people, drugs, money, weapons, stolen vehicles, and

money laundering activities

Other contraband, human trafficking, kidnapping, extortion, home

Invasion, corruption, murder, assault, arson, money laundering,

Impersonation of a law enforcement officer, vehicle theft, felony

Pursuits, and any other criminal activity conducted by or as a

Result of a transnational criminal organization engaging in

Cross-border illegal activity.

(b) the department of public safety, texas military

Department, parks and wildlife department, trusteed programs

Within the governor’s office, texas department of criminal justice,

And any other state agency designated by the board shall report to

The board twice each state fiscal year the following:

(1) the amount of money the agency budgeted for border

Security, the amount of money the agency spent on border security,

And the agency’s performance related to border security during the

Reporting period;

(2) the finance method for budgeted and expended

money laundering activities

Amounts;

(3) the object of expense for budgeted and expended

Amounts; and

(4) the amount of money spent on employee salaries for

Duties related to border security, including regular and overtime

Pay.

(c) A state agency required by subsection (b) to report

Information to the board shall submit information for the first

Half of the state fiscal year not later than february 28 and

Information for the second half of the state fiscal year not later

Than september 30. The state agency shall submit the information in

The manner prescribed by the board.

SECTION 2. This act takes effect september 1, 2015.