Missouri House of Representatives
92nd General Assembly , 2nd Regular Session
Bills and Joint Resolutions

See introduced bill text of each bill for a complete list of sponsors/co-sponsors.

HB 762 Whorton, Jim
Limits the liability of certain cities and villages that sponsor fairs or festivals. (LR# 2526L.01I)
HB 763 Roark, Bradley
Designates a portion of U.S. 60 as the "Missouri State Highway Patrol Trooper Russell W. Harper Memorial Highway" with the costs to be paid by the Missouri Troopers' Association.(LR# 2792L.01I)
HB 764 Roark, Bradley
Revises the elements of the crime of public drunkenness. (LR# 2791L.01I)
HB 765 Roark, Bradley
Permits exclusion of taxable income received in other states. (LR# 2598L.01I)
HB 766 Roark, Bradley
Permits the City of Springfield to sell utility services outside the city at the same rates as charged inside the city. (LR# 2599L.01I)
HB 767 Schaaf, Rob
Changes the name of Missouri Western State College to Missouri Western State University. (LR# 2985L.01I)
HB 768 Ward, Daniel
Creates the crime of assault of corrections personnel. (LR# 2517L.02I)
HB 769 Ward, Daniel
Permits the Family Support Division to provide financial assistance to certain not-for-profit food pantries. (LR# 3144L.01I)
HB 770 Ward, Daniel
Revises Section 302.020, RSMo, to allow persons 21 years of age and older to ride a motorcycle without a helmet. (LR# 2510L.01I)
HB 771 Green, Thomas
Exempts residential property owned by taxpayers 65 years of age or older or disabled from increases in assessed valuation. (LR# 2601L.01I)
HB 772 Myers, Peter
Extends the waste tire fee to January 1, 2009, and establishes bonus points for waste tire clean-up bids. (LR# 2512L.01I)
HB 773 Icet, Allen
Removes the age restriction for admission of students to the University of Missouri. (LR# 2768L.01P)
HCS HB 774 Sander, Therese
Extends the waste tire fee to January 1, 2008, establishes bonus points for waste tire clean-up bids, and reduces the collection fee.(LR# 2511L.02P)
HB 775 Johnson, Robert
Establishes additional tax increment financing guidelines. (LR# 3089L.01I)
HB 776 Johnson, Robert
Changes the limits on the amounts of certain campaign contributions. (LR# 2716L.01I)
HCS HB 777 Marsh, B J
Changes the name of Southwest Missouri State University to Missouri State University. (LR# 2533L.03P)
HB 778 Johnson, Robert
Discontinues certain tax credits for certain economic development projects. (LR# 2717L.01I)
HB 779 Lowe, Jenee
Establishes the Public Service Accountability Act. (LR# 2597L.01I)
HB 780 Wilson, Victoria
Repeals the in-lieu watercraft tax. (LR# 3124L.01I)
HB 781 George, Thomas
Requires noncertificated employees in certain school districts to be appointed and promoted pursuant to local school board rules. (LR# 2921L.01I)
HB 782 George, Thomas
Revises the statutes relating to employment security. (LR# 2617L.01I)
HB 783 Walton, Juanita
Requires the board of election commissioners to establish wards in certain St. Louis school districts for the election of school district directors.(LR# 2811L.01I)
HB 784 Walton, Juanita
Adds new provisions to allow correction of arrest records when a person's identity has been falsely used. (LR# 2430L.01I)
HB 785 Walton, Juanita
Establishes ward districts for certain fire protection districts in St. Louis County and prohibits firefighters from electioneering while on duty or while wearing their uniform.(LR# 2433L.02I)
HB 786 Jolly, Cathy
Requires certain sexual offenders ordered to participate in treatment to successfully complete that treatment and to follow all directives of the treatment program provider.(LR# 2761L.01I)
HB 787 Jolly, Cathy
Repeals the Board of Probation and Parole's authority to convert consecutive sentences to concurrent and clarifies that a convicted person is sentenced according to the law at the time of sentencing.(LR# 2747L.01I)
HB 788 Graham, Charles
Regulates rock climbing walls over 10 feet tall. (LR# 2562L.01I)
HB 789 Burnett, John
Revises the statute relating to reinstatement of noncommercial driver's licenses. (LR# 2871L.01I)
HB 790 Lipke, Scott
Requires the Department of Transportation to consider restricted or lost highway access in assessing damages in eminent domain cases. (LR# 2754L.01I)
HB 791 Boykins, Amber
Amends the offense of distribution of a controlled substance near schools to include child care facilities, long-term care facilities, and residences of in-home child care providers.(LR# 2764L.01I)
HB 792 Boykins, Amber
Modifies the requirements for licensure of barbers and requires licensure of barber apprentices. (LR# 2975L.01I)
HB 793 Wilson, Victoria
Eliminates the death penalty. (LR# 2980L.01I)
HB 794 Wilson, Victoria
Repeals the portion of sexual misconduct in the first degree which made it a crime to engage in deviate sexual intercourse with another person of the same sex.(LR# 2434L.01I)
CCS SS SCS HCS HB 795, 972, 1128 & 1161 Johnson, Robert
Revises various statutues relating to county government. (LR# 2494L.10T)
HB 796 Johnson, Robert
Permits the refund of incorrectly collected sales taxes upon fulfillment of certain requirements. (LR# 2715L.01I)
HB 797 Whorton, Jim
Changes the calculation and reporting of assessed valuation requirements for St. Louis County. (LR# 2552L.01I)
SCS HCS HB 798 Shoemaker, Christoper
Authorizes certain counties to use moneys from law library funds for courtroom renovation, technology enhancement, and for debt service on bonds.(LR# 2495S.06T)
HB 799 Roark, Bradley
Allows covenant marriages in Missouri. (LR# 2460L.02I)
HB 800 Johnson, Robert
Establishes the Missouri Rx Card Program to provide prescription drug discounts to certain Medicare-eligible and uninsured Missouri residents.(LR# 2688L.02I)
HB 801 Smith, Todd
Authorizes the conveyance of state property in Pettis County. (LR# 3068L.01I)
HB 802 Smith, Todd
Authorizes the conveyance of an easement to the Sedalia School District. (LR# 3069L.01I)
HB 803 Lipke, Scott
Requires the Department of Transportation to consider restricted or lost highway access when assessing damages in eminent domain cases. (LR# 3258L.01I)
HB 804 Richard, Ron
Limits the expenses that insurance companies must pay for the examinations administered by the Department of Insurance. (LR# 3082L.01I)
HB 805 Selby, Harold
Exempts new motor vehicles and boats assembled in Missouri from the sales/use tax. (LR# 2868L.01I)
HB 806 Selby, Harold
Exempts residential property owned by those 62 and older from certain increases in assessed valuation. (LR# 2869L.01I)
HB 807 Selby, Harold
Imposes a 10% tax for education on all campaign contributions. (LR# 2870L.01I)
HB 808 Bean, Otto
Allows parties subject to any decision of an appeals tribunal for a disputed unemployment claim to be represented by an accountant. (LR# 2737L.01I)
HB 809 Bean, Otto
Establishes a comprehensive children's mental health services system. (LR# 2736L.01I)
HB 810 Bean, Otto
Exempts schools from the prevailing wage requirements, but allows schools to choose to be subject to the requirements. (LR# 2734L.01I)
HB 811 Bland, Craig
Reauthorizes the Task Force on Trade and Investment. (LR# 2883L.01I)
HB 812 Bland, Craig
Allows certain Jackson County taxpayers with hardships to pay property taxes in installments. (LR# 2882L.01I)
HB 813 Bland, Craig
Allows for the submission of reinstatement fees and forms to any permanent branch or full-time office of the Department of Revenue. (LR# 2876L.01I)
HB 814 Bland, Craig
Requires the Department of Transportation to study traffic congestion problems in Kansas City on U.S. Highway 71 and its intersections at 52nd, 55th, and 75th streets and develop plans to alleviate them.(LR# 2878L.01I)
HB 815 Bland, Craig
Removes the $500 loss limit for riverboat casinos. (LR# 3018L.01I)
HB 816 Walker, Vicki
Recognizes and encourages the teaching, study, and learning of American Sign Language. (LR# 2684L.01I)
HB 817 Boykins, Amber
Establishes subdistricts for certain school districts. (LR# 2981L.01I)
HB 818 Daus, Mike
Prohibits insurers from having an ownership interest in auto body repair shops. (LR# 3224L.01I)
HB 819 Thompson, Betty
Allows a court to partially seal records for a first offense traffic violation. (LR# 3313L.01I)
HB 820 Thompson, Betty
Allows certain persons to file a civil suit for damages for wrongful imprisonment. (LR# 3314L.01I)
HB 821 Thompson, Betty
Requires a peace officer's personnel records be made available to hiring law enforcement agencies and that information of unfitness be provided to the Peace Officer Standards and Training Commission.(LR# 3312L.01I)
SCS HB 822 Luetkemeyer, William
Prohibits certain local orders and ordinances related to amateur radio antenna regulation. (LR# 2685S.03T)
HB 823 Cooper, Shannon
Changes the calculation and reporting of assessed valuation requirements for St. Louis County. (LR# 3115L.01I)
HB 824 Seigfreid, James
Authorizes a transient guest tax for promoting tourism in the City of Concordia. (LR# 2543L.01I)
HB 825 Wildberger, Ed
Changes the name of Missouri Western State College to Missouri Western State University. (LR# 2906L.01I)
SCS HB 826 AND HCS HB 883 Kelly, Van
Designates various portions of highways and bridges as memorials. (LR# 3386S.04T)
HB 827 LeVota, Paul
Creates the Hancock Amendment Refund Trust Fund. (LR# 2627L.01I)
HB 828 Whorton, Jim
Adds a $1 fee on insurance policies to fund volunteer firefighter training. (LR# 2569L.01I)
HB 829 Shoemyer, Wes
Establishes the Missouri Seed Availability and Competition Act. (LR# 3277L.01I)
HB 830 Henke, Wayne
Revises the statute relating to the towing of abandoned vehicles by allowing them to be sold for scrap metal under certain circumstances. (LR# 3260L.01I)
HB 831 Villa, Thomas
Adds roads of the City of St. Louis to the state highways and road system. (LR# 3295L.01I)
HB 832 Cunningham, Mike
Extends the expiration date for the criminal case surcharge in the Thirtieth Judicial Circuit to January 1, 2010. (LR# 3351L.01I)
SS SCS HCS HB 833 Luetkemeyer, William
Authorizes an exhibition center and recreational facility district in certain counties; a theater, cultural arts, and entertainment district in St. Charles County; and modifies Community Comeback Act.(LR# 3240S.06T)
HB 834 Johnson, Robert
Revises various statutes relating to property insurance. (LR# 3255L.01I)
HB 835 Cunningham, Jane
Establishes a procedure for the creation of specialized license plates. (LR# 2540L.02I)
HB 836 Cunningham, Jane
Specifies which commercial motor vehicles should be issued two license plates. (LR# 2541L.02I)
HB 837 Cunningham, Jane
Allows licensed physical therapists and their assistants to provide rehabilitation services on animals pursuant to a prescription from a licensed veterinarian.(LR# 2636L.01I)
HB 838 Cunningham, Jane
Requires certification that minority- and women-owned businesses have the ability, equipment, and facilities to provide the services they offer.(LR# 2545L.01I)
HB 839 Moore, Danie
Allows usage of the statewide automated crime victim notification system for compliance with the victim notification requirement. (LR# 3281L.01I)
HB 840 Jolly, Cathy
Requires public schools to impose a specific condition of suspension on students subject to certain types of suspensions and allows for expulsion if that condition is violated.(LR# 2948L.03I)
SCS HB 841 Angst, Randall
Prohibits the use of glass containers on certain vessels on state waterways. (LR# 3404S.04T)
HB 842 Angst, Randall
Allows certain municipalities to license electricians and plumbers. (LR# 3273L.01I)
HCS HB 843, 880 & 1042 Angst, Randall
Authorizes enterprise zones in the cities of Sugar Creek, Nixa, and Ozark and in Laclede, Shelby, Warren, and Webster counties and extends the enterprise zone expiration date in Linn and Macon counties.(LR# 3272L.03C)
HB 844 Mayer, Robert
Establishes the Open Contracting Act to prohibit public agencies from imposing certain labor requirements as a condition of performing public works.(LR# 3350L.01P)
HB 845 Purgason, Chuck
Requires the Director of the Department of Revenue to pay certified third-party testers $25 for each commercial driver's license skills test administered.(LR# 2983L.01I)
HB 846 Purgason, Chuck
Revises the statutes relating to child custody and visitation when a parent is a sexual offender. (LR# 2507L.01I)
HB 847 Pearce, David
Requires contracts for vocational agriculture teachers to be for a 12-month period. (LR# 3319L.01I)
HB 848 Hubbard, Rodney
Requires the Department of Health and Senior Services to offer a vaccination program for first responders deployed to disaster areas as a result of bioterrorism events.(LR# 3447L.01I)
HB 849 Hubbard, Rodney
Revises the statutes relating to lead abatement. (LR# 3446L.01I)
HB 850 Liese, Albert
Creates the crime of identity fraud. (LR# 3274L.01I)
HB 851 Cooper, Shannon
Requires uniformity of emergency sirens in public schools. (LR# 3425L.01I)
SCS HS HCS HB 852 Holand, Roy
Prohibits immunizations and dental restorations containing mercury after April 1, 2006. (LR# 3360S.12C)
HB 853 Holand, Roy
Requires school board members to meet orientation and training requirements before filing for reelection. (LR# 2897L.01I)
HB 854 Holand, Roy
Revises alternative education programs. (LR# 2898L.01I)
SS SCS HCS HB 855 Holand, Roy
Requires health insurers to treat mental health services in the same manner as other medical services. (LR# 3284S.14T)
HB 856 Holand, Roy
Allows school districts to enact income and sales taxes. (LR# 2899L.01I)
HB 857 Black, Lanie
Authorizes the construction and maintenance of toll road facilities, contingent upon passage of a constitutional amendment. (LR# 3407L.01I)
HB 858 Dusenberg, Gary
Requires the Department of Revenue to put the words "sex offender" on the license of registered sex offenders and the State Highway Patrol to provide the department with a list of offenders.(LR# 3019L.01I)
HB 859 Dusenberg, Gary
Authorizes an income tax credit for the real property tax paid by surviving spouses of public safety officers. (LR# 2739L.01I)
HB 860 Rupp, Scott
Allows students seeking theology or divinity degrees to participate in certain higher education financial assistance programs. (LR# 2593L.01I)
HB 861 McKenna, Ryan
Adds commercial passenger transport vehicles and railroad passenger cars that are stopped to load or unload passengers to the list of vehicles which may use flashing warning signals.(LR# 3288L.01I)
HB 862 Holand, Roy
Requires restitution to the state for illegally taking deer and authorizes the Conservation Commission to suspend, revoke, or deny a permit to hunt.(LR# 3359L.01I)
HB 863 Richard, Ron
Establishes the crime of intimidation of an athletic coach, manager, or sports official. (LR# 3459L.01I)
HB 864 Townley, Merrill
Repeals the authority of farm owners to register the names of their farms with the county clerk's office. (LR# 2428L.01I)
HB 865 Townley, Merrill
Changes certain minority teaching scholarships from renewable to nonrenewable. (LR# 2477L.01I)
HB 866 Townley, Merrill
Allows an additional exemption from immunizations for school children. (LR# 2539L.01I)
HB 867 Johnson, Robert
Revises the base annual compensation for certain police officers. (LR# 3245L.01I)
HB 868 Wildberger, Ed
Requires fiduciaries of insurers to annually submit their credit scores to the Department of Insurance if the insurer uses credit reports or scoring for underwriting insurance contracts.(LR# 2903L.01I)
HB 869 Townley, Merrill
Amends various provisions regarding the licensure of veterinarians. (LR# 3267L.01T)
HB 870 Harris, Jeff
Revises the Sunshine Law to include public meetings using various electronic formats. (LR# 3226L.01I)
HB 871 Thompson, Betty
Authorizes a tax credit for gifts of personal property to individuals with an income level below the federal poverty level. (LR# 3310L.01I)
HB 872 Thompson, Betty
Exempts retired veterans who are 65 years of age or older from all state and local taxes. (LR# 3311L.01I)
HB 873 Salva, Ray
Limits the services that certain providers in the Substance Abuse Traffic Offender Program may provide and requires providers to file certain information with the Department of Mental Health.(LR# 3399L.01I)
HB 874 Salva, Ray
Prohibits the Director of the Department of Revenue from suspending, revoking, or assessing points against a license for any offense committed by a driver operating a vehicle other than a motor vehicle.(LR# 3189L.01I)
HB 875 Salva, Ray
Authorizes the game of multi-hall bingo. (LR# 3130L.01I)
HB 876 Salva, Ray
Authorizes the disclosure of certain closed records to close relatives of deceased or incompetent persons. (LR# 3398L.01I)
HB 877 Salva, Ray
Prohibits insurers from using credit scoring or credit reports as a factor in underwriting insurance contracts. (LR# 2931L.01I)
HB 878 Salva, Ray
Prohibits the disclosure of Social Security numbers on child support checks, correspondence, and documents. (LR# 3190L.01I)
HB 879 Salva, Ray
Changes guidelines on historic structures rehabilitation tax credits. (LR# 2930L.01I)
HB 880 Salva, Ray
Authorizes an enterprise zone and a satellite enterprise zone in the City of Sugar Creek. (LR# 2929L.01I)
HB 881 Bruns, Mark
Authorizes an income tax deduction for any income received by active duty military service personnel in a combat zone. (LR# 2982L.01I)
HB 882 Graham, Charles
Makes it unlawful for an employer to deduct from an employee's wages the value of any merchandise stolen from the employer. (LR# 3113L.01I)
HCS HB 883 Graham, Charles
Designates a certain portion of Interstate 70 the Submarine Veterans' Highway. (LR# 3334L.02C)
HB 884 Ward, Daniel
Permits property and casualty insurers who offer automobile coverage to include comprehensive and collision coverage as an optional rider to an uninsured motorist policy.(LR# 3221L.01I)
HB 885 Wilson, Kevin
Prohibits public institutions or any entity receiving state funds from adopting discrimination policies that exceed state and federal protections against discrimination.(LR# 2542L.03I)
HB 886 Bland, Craig
Requires a person to be a resident of the City of Kansas City for at least one year in order to be appointed as a police officer in Kansas City.(LR# 3335L.01I)
HB 887 Bland, Craig
Amends the requirements for licensure of bail bond agents and requires licensure of surety recovery agents. (LR# 2880L.02I)
HB 888 Bland, Craig
Conditions the receipt of state aid for schools on the establishment of alternative education programs. (LR# 3331L.01I)
HB 889 Bland, Craig
Extends the waste tire fee to January 1, 2011. (LR# 3294L.01I)
HB 890 Bland, Craig
Establishes a death penalty commission and places a moratorium on executions. (LR# 3325L.01I)
HB 891 Bland, Craig
Establishes the Missouri Minority Business Advocacy Commission. (LR# 2881L.02I)
HB 892 Bland, Craig
Requires the Department of Transportation to study traffic congestion problems in Kansas City on U.S. Highway 71 and its intersections at 52nd, 55th, and 75th streets and develop plans to alleviate them.(LR# 3317L.01I)
HB 893 Icet, Allen
Authorizes a tax credit for contributions to pregnancy resource centers. (LR# 2767L.01I)
HB 894 Salva, Ray
Modifies the Missouri Senior Rx Program to require continued enrollment unless the enrollee opts out of the program. (LR# 3401L.01I)
HCS HB 895 Emery, Ed
Establishes dissolution procedures for certain road districts in Jasper County. (LR# 2487L.04T)
HB 896 Mayer, Robert
Establishes the Missouri State Park Board. (LR# 3302L.01I)
HB 897 Johnson, Robert
Changes certain calculations in the state aid for schools formula. (LR# 2866L.01I)
SCS HCS HB 898 Johnson, Robert
Establishes the Prescription Drug Repository Program in the Department of Health and Senior Services to provide prescription drugs to low-income Missouri residents.(LR# 2719S.04C)
HB 899 Vogt, Michael
Changes the St. Louis Students' Bill of Rights to the Metropolitan School District Students' Bill of Rights. (LR# 3241L.02I)
HB 900 Taylor, Larry
Requires proof of United States citizenship for those registering to vote. (LR# 2595L.02I)
HB 901 Deeken, Bill
Creates the Fund for the Reduction of Alcohol-Related Problems. (LR# 3280L.01I)
HB 902 Fares, Kathlyn
Requires certificates of value to be filed with the county assessor's office. (LR# 2922L.01I)
HB 903 Fares, Kathlyn
Increases the senior citizen/disabled person property tax credit (circuit breaker) limits. (LR# 2923L.01I)
HB 904 Luetkemeyer, William
Repeals the Uniform Commercial Code statutes relating to bulk transfers. (LR# 3503L.01T)
HB 905 Wilson, Victoria
Requires notice of eviction for mobile homeowners to vacate. (LR# 3259L.01I)
HB 906 LeVota, Paul
Regulates print, radio, and television advertising and phone bank usage during campaigns. (LR# 2623L.01I)
HB 907 LeVota, Paul
Prohibits locating sexually explicit billboards within one mile of any state highway. (LR# 2624L.01I)
HB 908 LeVota, Paul
Revises the statutes relating to distressed communities tax credit programs. (LR# 2633L.01I)
HB 909 LeVota, Paul
Regulates speed limits for certain motor vehicles and the number of consecutive hours a driver may operate a motor vehicle within the state.(LR# 2619L.01I)
HB 910 LeVota, Paul
Authorizes a surcharge on wireless phones for 911 if approved by voters. (LR# 2620L.01I)
HB 911 Cooper, Robert
Requires the equal treatment of science instruction regarding evolution and intelligent design. (LR# 2770L.03I)
HCS HB 912 Page, Sam
Designates the "George R. "Buzz" Westfall Memorial Highway." (LR# 3379L.02C)
HB 913 Davis, Cynthia
Establishes recall procedures and referendum procedures for cities of the fourth class. (LR# 3353L.01I)
HB 914 Portwood, Charles
Permits a pregnant woman to determine the final disposition of human fetal remains. (LR# 3210L.02I)
HB 915 Portwood, Charles
Defines "next friend" for the purpose of consent to an abortion by a minor. (LR# 3333L.01I)
SCS HB 916 Brown, Jason
Revises the crime of identity theft, creates a new crime of trafficking in stolen identities, and revises the crime of false impersonation.(LR# 3308S.02T)
HB 917 Brown, Jason
Requires a hearing instead of a meeting after disciplinary action against a law enforcement officer and that the reasons for the action be given in writing.(LR# 3306L.01I)
HB 918 Brown, Jason
Recognizes certain diseases as occupational diseases for peace officers. (LR# 3316L.01I)
HB 919 Cooper, Shannon
Creates the crime of unlawful purchase, ownership, or possession of body armor. (LR# 3493L.01I)
HB 920 Walsh, Gina
Prohibits any entity from preventing a student athlete from competing in or training for any Olympic event. (LR# 3423L.01I)
HB 921 Walsh, Gina
Requires that motor vehicle headlamps be in use during inclement weather and makes the violation an infraction with a $10 fine and no court costs.(LR# 3286L.01I)
HB 922 Bland, Craig
Allows drivers with suspended or revoked licenses to submit reinstatement fees and forms to any permanent branch office or any full-time or temporary office of the Department of Revenue.(LR# 3318L.01I)
HB 923 Holand, Roy
Revises the statutes relating to the Missouri Family Trust. (LR# 2901L.02T)
HB 924 Behnen, Robert
Amends and adds new penalty provisions for misuse of the titles of architect, professional engineer, land surveyor, and landscape architect.(LR# 3347L.01I)
HB 925 Threlkeld, Kevin
Creates the crime of leaving a child unattended in a motor vehicle in the third degree. (LR# 3514L.01I)
HB 926 Threlkeld, Kevin
Designates the gray bat as the official flying mammal of the State of Missouri. (LR# 3515L.01I)
HB 927 Bivins, Walt
Limits the increase on the assessment of real property owned by taxpayers who are 65 years of age or older. (LR# 3195L.01I)
SCS HCS HB 928 AND HCS HB 1123 AND HCS HB 1280 Bivins, Walt
Revises various statutes relating to intermediate driver's licenses, regulating the authority for commercial motor vehicles, and specialized license plate restrictions.(LR# 3463S.03T)
HB 929 Bivins, Walt
Raises victims' ages in several sexual offense statutes. (LR# 2952L.01I)
HB 930 Bivins, Walt
Adds a Consumer Price Index adjustment to hold-harmless school districts' school aid. (LR# 3196L.01I)
HB 931 Bivins, Walt
Revises the DNA Profiling System to require DNA samples from any felon and any juvenile adjudicated for a felony or sex offense. (LR# 3197L.01I)
HB 932 Bivins, Walt
Authorizes the Board of Fund Commissioners to issue bonds for waste water pollution control, rural water and sewer projects, and storm water control plans.(LR# 2953L.01I)
HB 933 Bivins, Walt
Regulates the disclosure of environmental audit reports. (LR# 3346L.01I)
HB 934 Moore, Danie
Removes the income limitation for seniors for the $6,000 pension exemption from state income tax. (LR# 3279L.02I)
HB 935 Moore, Danie
Requires the State Board of Education to encourage the adoption of service-learning programs and projects among school districts. (LR# 2479L.01I)
HB 936 Moore, Danie
Requires health insurance coverage for children's hearing aids. (LR# 3242L.01I)
HB 937 Moore, Danie
Allows for a special license plate for members of Optimist International. (LR# 3489L.01I)
SCS HB 938 Luetkemeyer, William
Modifies the requirements for annuity contracts. (LR# 3608S.02T)
HB 939 Cunningham, Jane
Requires state laws to be construed in accordance with certain federal constitutional guarantees. (LR# 3418L.01I)
HB 940 Cunningham, Jane
Revises the terms of service for members of the governing council of certain special school districts. (LR# 2749L.01I)
HCS HB 941 Cunningham, Jane
Revises requirements relating to school districts achieving provisional accreditation. (LR# 2701L.02P)
HB 942 Munzlinger, Brian
Authorizes the issuance of payroll checks before county budget estimates are filed in third and fourth classification counties. (LR# 3300L.01I)
HB 943 Johnson, Robert
Changes the name of residential care facilities to assisted living facilities. (LR# 3246L.03I)
HB 944 Hoskins, Theodore
Requires the Missouri Ethics Commission to disclose complaints. (LR# 2755L.01I)
HB 945 Jolly, Cathy
Changes the requirements for claiming and reporting on economic incentives. (LR# 2748L.02I)
SS SCS HCS HB 946, 1106 & 952 Crawford, Larry
Revises various statutes relating to the Highways and Transportation Commission, the Kansas City commerical zone, disincorporation of a road district, eminent domain, and the Department of Transportation.(LR# 3521S.11F)
HCS HB 947 Crawford, Larry
Allows the cities of Cameron, Boonville, Sikeston, and Kirksville to remove weeds or trash on private property. (LR# 3524L.02T)
HB 948 Purgason, Chuck
Modifies the classification of counties. (LR# 3449L.01I)
HB 949 Crowell, Jason
Establishes gubernatorial and legislative inaugural committees. (LR# 2967L.01I)
HCS HB 950 & 948 Crowell, Jason
Modifies the classification of counties. (LR# 2969L.02T)
HB 951 Crowell, Jason
Prohibits members of the Missouri Public Service Commission from establishing or maintaining campaign committees. (LR# 2772L.01I)
HB 952 Crowell, Jason
Requires the Department of Transportation to report annually on real property inventory and transactions. (LR# 2452L.01I)
HB 953 Crowell, Jason
Authorizes the Governor to appoint the chair and vice chair of the Highways and Transportation Commission. (LR# 2554L.01I)
HB 954 Crowell, Jason
Grants the Governor authority to appoint the president and vice-president of each university and college in the state and the director of the Coordinating Board for Higher Education.(LR# 2553L.01I)
HCS HB 955 Portwood, Charles
Revises the requirements for licensure of dieticians. (LR# 3056L.03C)
HB 956 May, Bob
Designates big bluestem grass as the official grass of the State of Missouri. (LR# 3451L.01I)
HCS HB 957 Cunningham, Mike
Establishes a War on Terror survivors scholarship program. (LR# 2478L.02T)
HB 958 Crawford, Larry
Increases the percentage of ad valorem property tax collections deposited in county assessment funds. (LR# 3369L.01I)
CCS#2 SCS HCS HB 959 Luetkemeyer, William
Establishes the Higher Education Deposit Program, revises other statutes relating to banking, and revises the crime of identity theft. (LR# 3502L.08T)
SCS HB 960 Roark, Bradley
Designates various portions of highways and bridges as memorials. (LR# 3611S.03T)
HB 961 Selby, Harold
Requires railroads travelling through the City of Pacific to establish a suitable station in the city. (LR# 3627L.01I)
HB 962 May, Bob
Changes certain campaign finance disclosure reporting requirements from $1,000 to $3,000. (LR# 3452L.01I)
HB 963 Burnett, John
Establishes requirements for written prescriptions for controlled substances. (LR# 2979L.01I)
HB 964 Burnett, John
Revises the statutes relating to payday loans. (LR# 3230L.01I)
HB 965 Rector, Rex
Clarifies immunity from civil liability for certain landowners. (LR# 3237L.01I)
HB 966 Burnett, John
Revises the definition of "motor vehicle" as it relates to motor vehicle time sales. (LR# 2872L.01I)
HB 967 Richard, Ron
Decreases the premium taxes levied on certain insurance companies. (LR# 3495L.01I)
HB 968 Phillips, Susan
Revises eligibility requirements and benefits for recipients of Temporary Assistance for Needy Families based on the recipient's marital status.(LR# 3271L.01I)
HB 969 Cooper, Shannon
Establishes guidelines for corporate income tax on intangible property. (LR# 3592L.01P)
HB 970 Portwood, Charles
Amends various provisions regarding licensure of dentists and dental hygienists. (LR# 3406L.01T)
HB 971 Cooper, Shannon
Authorizes a tax credit for certain railroad ad valorem property tax. (LR# 3354L.02I)
HB 972 Cooper, Shannon
Authorizes certain counties to establish speed regulations by county ordinance. (LR# 3424L.01I)
HB 973 Cooper, Shannon
Extends the waste tire fee to January 1, 2009, and the hazardous waste generator fee until January 1, 2010. (LR# 3301L.01I)
HB 974 Dempsey, Tom
Revises the statutes relating to the number of associate circuit court judges in each county. (LR# 3441L.01I)
HB 975 Johnson, Robert
Revises certain statutes governing land trusts in charter counties. (LR# 3645L.01T)
HB 976 Schlottach, Charles
Revises the statutes relating to the issuance of disabled license plates and placards. (LR# 3440L.01I)
HB 977 Schlottach, Charles
Allows members of the Missouri Association of State Troopers Emergency Relief Society to obtain special license plates. (LR# 3437L.01I)
CCS#3 SS HS HCS HB 978 Baker, Brian
Establishes the Small Business Regulatory Fairness Board to serve as a liaison between state agencies and small businesses. (LR# 3116S.10T)
HB 979 Lipke, Scott
Revises the resisting arrest statute to include detentions or stops. (LR# 3740L.01I)
SS#2 HCS HB 980 Myers, Peter
Requires certain environmental rules to be based on a regulatory impact report and limits the Department of Natural Resources to issuing permits only to statutory requirements.(LR# 2513S.04T)
HB 981 Myers, Peter
Redirects one-half of the allocations for agricultural demonstration awards to projects for environmentally sound agricultural practices. (LR# 2817L.01I)
HB 982 Baker, Brian
Allows parents or legal guardians of 16 to 18 year-olds to choose to have the compulsory school attendance and work certificate laws apply to their children.(LR# 3117L.01I)
HB 983 Baker, Brian
Makes is a class A misdemeanor for a person under 21 years of age to be under the influence of a controlled substance. (LR# 3120L.01I)
HB 984 Baker, Brian
Revises the minor in possession law by also making it a misdemeanor to be under the influence of intoxicating liquor. (LR# 3119L.01I)
HCS HB 985 Wood, Dennis
Revises the statutes regarding the practice of real estate. (LR# 3563L.03T)
HB 986 Ward, Daniel
Requires court-appointed attorneys who represent persons in hearings to determine the need for electroconvulsive therapy to be awarded reasonable attorney fees.(LR# 3516L.02I)
HB 987 Ward, Daniel
Establishes a prescription monitoring program in the Department of Health and Senior Services. (LR# 3455L.01I)
HCS HB 988 Yates, Brian
Increases the number of county political party committee members in Jackson County. (LR# 2618L.02T)
HB 989 Barnitz, Franklin
Authorizes the conveyance of state property used as a National Guard Armory to the City of Salem. (LR# 3603L.02I)
HB 990 Portwood, Charles
Revises the regulation of residential mortgage brokers. (LR# 2995L.01I)
HB 991 Haywood, Esther
Requires police departments in St. Louis County to obtain the personnel records of any applicant before hiring that person as a police officer.(LR# 3238L.01I)
HB 992 Haywood, Esther
Revises the statutes relating to the use of credit scores by insurance companies. (LR# 3679L.01I)
HB 993 Dougherty, Curt
Freezes the assessment of real property owned by taxpayers 62 years of age or older. (LR# 3556L.01I)
HB 994 Cunningham, Mike
Extends the expiration date for the criminal case surcharge in the Thirtieth Judicial Circuit to January 1, 2010. (LR# 3708L.01T)
HB 995 Dusenberg, Gary
Revises the statute relating to bumper heights for pickup trucks. (LR# 3207L.01I)
SCS HB 996 AND HB 1142 AND HCS HB 1201 AND HB 1489 Dusenberg, Gary
Changes various statutes relating to annual school bus inspections, regulation of low-speed vehicles, sales of abandoned property by the City of Kansas City, all-terrain vehicles, and bumper heights.(LR# 3208S.04T)
HB 997 Muckler, Matthew
Establishes the Missouri Homestead Preservation Act. (LR# 3564L.01I)
SS HCS HB 998 & 905 Sutherland, Mike
Requires notice of eviction for mobile homeowners to vacate. (LR# 3798S.05T)
HB 999 Salva, Ray
Makes it a crime for an uninsured motorist involved in an accident to fail to pay restitution for the other person or persons' insurance deductibles and requires their license suspension.(LR# 3400L.01I)
HB 1000 Crowell, Jason
Prohibits the use of public funds for health and social services programs to subsidize abortion services. (LR# 2968L.02I)
HB 1001 Bearden, Carl
Appropriates money for the Board of Fund Commissioners. (LR# 2401L.01T)
CCS SCS HS HCS HB 1002 Bearden, Carl
Appropriates money for the expenses, grants, refunds, and distributions of the State Board of Education and the Department of Elementary and Secondary Education.(LR# 2402S.05T)
CCS SCS HS HCS HB 1003 Bearden, Carl
Appropriates money for the expenses, grants, refunds, and distributions of the Department of Higher Education and the several divisions.(LR# 2403S.05T)
CCS SCS HS HCS HB 1004 Bearden, Carl
Appropriates money for the expenses, grants, refunds, and distributions of the Department of Revenue and the Department of Transportation.(LR# 2404S.05T)
CCS SCS HS HCS HB 1005 Bearden, Carl
Appropriates money for the expenses, grants, refunds, and distributions of the Office of Administration, Department of Transportation, Department of Public Safety, and the Chief Executive.(LR# 2405S.05T)
CCS SCS HS HCS HB 1006 Bearden, Carl
Appropriates money for the expenses, grants, refunds, and distributions of the Department of Agriculture, Department of Natural Resources, Department of Conservation, and the several divisions.(LR# 2406L.05T)
CCS SCS HS HCS HB 1007 Bearden, Carl
Appropriates money for the expenses, grants, refunds, and distributions of the Department of Economic Development, Department of Insurance, and Department of Labor and Industrial Relations.(LR# 2407S.05T)
CCS SCS HS HCS HB 1008 Bearden, Carl
Appropriates money for the expenses, grants, refunds, and distributions of the Department of Public Safety. (LR# 2408L.05T)
CCS SCS HS HCS HB 1009 Bearden, Carl
Appropriates money for the expenses, grants, refunds, and distributions of the Department of Corrections and the several divisions.(LR# 2409S.05T)
CCS SCS HS HCS HB 1010 Bearden, Carl
Appropriates money for the expenses, grants, refunds, and distributions of the Department of Mental Health, the Board of Public Buildings, and the Department of Health and Senior Services.(LR# 2410S.05T)
CCS SCS HS HCS HB 1011 Bearden, Carl
Appropriates money for the expenses, grants, and distributions of the Department of Social Services and the several divisions. (LR# 2411L.05T)
CCS SCS HS HCS HB 1012 Bearden, Carl
Appropriates money for the expenses, grants, refunds, and distributions of the Chief Executive's Office and Mansion. (LR# 2412S.05T)
CCS SCS HCS HB 1014 Bearden, Carl
Appropriates money for supplemental purposes for the several departments and offices of state government. (LR# 2414L.04T)
SS SCS HS HB 1021 Bearden, Carl
Appropriates money for planning, expenses, and for capital improvements. (LR# 2421S.03T)
HB 1026 Henke, Wayne
Prohibits the issuance of drivers' licenses to non-citizens of the United States for a duration that exceeds the applicant's lawful presence authorized by the Immigration and Naturalization Service.(LR# 3805L.01I)
HB 1027 Luetkemeyer, William
Allows health carriers to offer plans with deductibles, coinsurance, and varying copayments. (LR# 3832L.01I)
HB 1028 Pratt, Bryan
Establishes guidelines for the administration of drugs and medication by injection. (LR# 3217L.01I)
SCS HB 1029 AND HB 1438 AND HB 1610 Henke, Wayne
Designates various portions of highways as memorials. (LR# 3793S.02T)
HB 1030 Zweifel, Charles
Makes it a crime for a railroad corporation or its employees to interfere with medical treatment or first aid to an injured employee or to discipline or threaten an injured employee for seeking aid.(LR# 3194L.01I)
HB 1031 Jolly, Cathy
Imposes penalties for violating laws relating to the labeling of kegs of beer. (LR# 3636L.01I)
HB 1032 Cooper, Shannon
Removes the cap on the special needs adoption tax credit and changes the administration of the tax credit to the Children's Division within the Department of Social Services.(LR# 3427L.01I)
HB 1033 Viebrock, James
Authorizes boards of trustees of community college districts not to have an election under certain circumstances. (LR# 3483L.01I)
HB 1034 Rector, Rex
Allows predetermination of prudence and ratemaking principles for infrastructure investments by utilities. (LR# 3622L.01I)
HB 1035 Rector, Rex
Establishes new statutes relating to the recovery of costs by electrical corporations. (LR# 3621L.01I)
HB 1036 Yates, Brian
Clarifies that sovereign immunity applies to school districts. (LR# 3626L.01I)
HB 1037 Yates, Brian
Establishes the Dental Carve-Out Act of 2004 to implement a process for providing dental benefits to public assistance recipients. (LR# 2483L.01I)
HB 1038 Yates, Brian
Requires drivers older than 75 years of age to take the complete examination every two years. (LR# 2538L.01I)
HB 1039 Yates, Brian
Eliminates the duplicate filing of campaign finance disclosure reports with a local election authority if the report is filed electronically with the Missouri Ethics Commission.(LR# 2537L.01I)
SCS HCS HB 1040 AND HCS HB 1041 Cunningham, Jane
Establishes policies for education accountability. (LR# 3701S.08C)
HCS HB 1041 Cunningham, Jane
Revises various statutes relating to teachers and other school personnel. (LR# 3702L.02C)
HB 1042 Cunningham, Mike
Authorizes an enterprise zone in Webster County. (LR# 3893L.01I)
HB 1043 Behnen, Robert
Allows the Board of Nursing Home Administrators to hold disciplinary hearings and nursing home administrators to place their licenses on inactive status.(LR# 3790L.01I)
HB 1044 Behnen, Robert
Amends various provisions regarding the regulation of pharmacies. (LR# 3561L.01I)
HB 1045 Cooper, Shannon
Allows county commissions to receive the funds from landfill fees. (LR# 3743L.01I)
HB 1046 Meiners, Kate
Establishes the Adult Entertainment Tax Act. (LR# 3499L.01I)
HB 1047 Guest, Jim
Authorizes certain city councils to establish council member salaries by ordinance. (LR# 2893L.01T)
HB 1048 Parker, Sherman
Clarifies appropriations for community college district maintenance funds. (LR# 3494L.01I)
HB 1049 Cooper, Robert
Revises the statutes on vessels by increasing the fees for numbering certificates, requiring certain coves to be idle no-wake coves, and by creating a fund for the State Water Patrol.(LR# 2950L.04I)
HB 1050 McKenna, Ryan
Removes the requirement that persons who do not stop at a weigh station must be determined to be in noncompliance with weight limit provisions in order to be punished.(LR# 3093L.01I)
HB 1051 Luetkemeyer, William
Revises various statutes relating to property and casualty insurance. (LR# 3619L.01I)
HB 1052 Engler, Kevin
Makes it a class A misdemeanor for any unauthorized person to possess or sell a device used to change a traffic control signal. (LR# 2813L.02I)
HB 1053 Phillips, Susan
Increases the punishment for possession of child pornography, adds it to the offenses for which a sex offender must register, and adds it to crimes used in defining a persistent or predatory offender.(LR# 3689L.01I)
HB 1054 Whorton, Jim
Increases from six to 10 the number of members on the Highways and Transportation Commission. (LR# 2810L.01I)
CCS SS HCS HB 1055 Bruns, Mark
Revises the statutes relating to sexual offenses, assault on law enforcement officers, and the payment of restitution for criminal offenses.(LR# 3722L.06T)
HB 1056 Bishop, Daniel
Changes provisions concerning unmarked burial remains. (LR# 3332L.01I)
HB 1057 Goodman, Jack
Changes certain driver's license requirements for certain emergency personnel. (LR# 3628L.01I)
HB 1058 Goodman, Jack
Establishes remedies available for tenant default on utility and rent payments. (LR# 3630L.01I)
HB 1059 Goodman, Jack
Allows alimony and maintenance to be terminated based on cohabitation and repeals a statute requiring divorce cases to be heard by circuit judges, unless they are assigned to an associate circuit judge.(LR# 3631L.01I)
HB 1060 Goodman, Jack
Makes it a class A misdemeanor for any person other than emergency personnel to possess a mobile infrared transmitter capable of changing a traffic signal.(LR# 3629L.01I)
HB 1061 Crawford, Larry
Requires that eligible state employees be paid for overtime hours worked unless the employee requests compensatory time off at the applicable overtime rate.(LR# 3247L.01I)
HB 1062 Crawford, Larry
Establishes new procedures for licensing street rods and custom vehicles. (LR# 3744L.01I)
HB 1063 Hampton, Mark
Makes various changes to the powers and authority of the State Water Patrol. (LR# 3421L.01I)
HB 1064 Sander, Therese
Exempts from attachment and execution the first $2,000 of a person's interest in breeding stock and dairy cattle. (LR# 2752L.01I)
HB 1065 Baker, Brian
Adds Cass County to the list of counties which assess a surcharge of $10 in all criminal cases. (LR# 3787L.01I)
HB 1066 Baker, Brian
Adds Cass County to the list of counties which are authorized to assess a $45 civil case surcharge for a courthouse restoration fund. (LR# 3786L.01I)
HB 1067 Skaggs, Trent
Authorizes the charging of vehicle-related fees and fines to personal property tax bills. (LR# 2942L.01I)
HB 1068 Harris, Jeff
Authorizes the Commissioner of the Office of Administration to use reverse auction procedures. (LR# 3200L.01I)
HCS HB 1069 Bivins, Walt
Revises the statutes relating to the Board of Trustees of the St. Louis Police Retirement System and certain retirement benefits. (LR# 3687L.03C)
HB 1070 Miller, Ronald
Authorizes boards of education of school districts to adopt an emergency preparedness plan to address the use of school resources in an emergency.(LR# 3500L.01T)
SCS HB 1071, 801, 1275 & 989 Goodman, Jack
Authorizes the conveyance of various parcels of state property. (LR# 3682S.03T)
HB 1072 Jetton, Rod
Provides a regulatory framework for historic shipwreck protection. (LR# 2928L.02I)
HB 1073 Engler, Kevin
Creates the crime of unlawful distribution of prescription medication without a prescription in school. (LR# 3458L.02I)
HCS HB 1074 & 1129 Byrd, Richard
Makes it a crime to burn a cross with the intent to intimidate any person or group of persons. (LR# 3897S.02T)
HB 1075 Stevenson, Bryan
Allows a 36-hour hold for persons arrested without a warrant. (LR# 3814L.01I)
HB 1076 Stevenson, Bryan
Requires the Department of Elementary and Secondary Education to request funds to provide for a professional development fund for teachers and eliminates the Success Leads to Success Program.(LR# 3813L.01I)
HB 1077 Stevenson, Bryan
Repeals certain statutes that are expired, terminated, or no longer effective. (LR# 3825L.01I)
HB 1078 Stevenson, Bryan
Revises various statutes relating to juveniles. (LR# 2461L.01I)
HB 1079 Rector, Rex
Authorizes the Cass County Commission to impose a civil fine for violation of county rules, regulations, or ordinances. (LR# 3788L.01I)
HB 1080 Pratt, Bryan
Revises the statute on penalties for failure to yield at an intersection by adding surcharges and suspensions under certain circumstances.(LR# 2867L.01I)
HB 1081 Lowe, Jenee
Requires the Board of Probation and Parole to review and make clemency recommendations to the Governor regarding prisoners serving sentences for which they cannot be paroled.(LR# 3017L.01I)
HB 1082 Pratt, Bryan
Adds qualifications for members of civilian review boards. (LR# 3765L.02I)
HB 1083 Rector, Rex
Allows credit for franchise fees paid by a public utility right-of-way user. (LR# 3412L.01I)
HB 1084 Emery, Ed
Authorizes customer-specific pricing for DS-1 related retail telecommunications services. (LR# 3751L.01I)
HCS HB 1085 Townley, Merrill
Requires certain entities taking property under eminent domain procedures to declare the intended use of the property. (LR# 3654L.03C)
HB 1086 Hobbs, Steve
Expands the teaching prohibition for noncertified teachers to include prekindergarten. (LR# 3501L.01I)
HB 1087 Boykins, Amber
Establishes another recall election procedure for school board members. (LR# 3794L.01I)
HB 1088 Boykins, Amber
Requires health insurers to offer coverage for the treatment of morbid obesity. (LR# 3405L.01I)
HB 1089 Bishop, Daniel
Limits the disclosure of nonpublic personal health information. (LR# 3737L.01I)
HCS HB 1090 Bishop, Daniel
Allows property insurance for real estate transferred by beneficiary deed to automatically continue with the grantee for up to 30 days. (LR# 3774L.02T)
HB 1091 Wood, Dennis
Requires a countywide election after a favorable municipal election to approve gambling boats in cities located within a county. (LR# 3763L.01I)
HB 1092 Deeken, Bill
Provides for additional compensation for each county clerk for duties required by the federal Help America Vote Act of 2002. (LR# 3125L.02I)
HCS HB 1093 Deeken, Bill
Establishes the rights of persons who utilize service dogs. (LR# 3268L.04P)
HB 1094 Mayer, Robert
Revises the statutes relating to the DNA Profiling System. (LR# 3835L.01I)
HB 1095 Stefanick, Jodi
Allows members of the State Highway Patrol to become candidates for and members/directors of school boards. (LR# 3745L.01I)
HB 1096 Wilson, Kevin
Requires providers of telecommunications services transmiting communications over a company's telecommunications facilities to transmit the phone number of the party initiating the communication.(LR# 3747L.01I)
HB 1097 Schaaf, Rob
Revises lead abatement statutes. (LR# 2567L.01I)
HCS HB 1098 & 949 Goodman, Jack
Establishes gubernatorial and legislative inaugural committees. (LR# 3632L.03P)
HCS HB 1099 Reinhart, Geralyn
Clarifies sales and use tax exemption eligibility for manufacturing and material recovery plants. (LR# 3839L.03T)
HB 1100 Rector, Rex
Allows electrical corporations to recover energy costs through fuel adjustment schedules. (LR# 3989L.01I)
HB 1101 Yates, Brian
Increases the campaign disclosure report late filing fees in general election years. (LR# 3758L.01I)
HB 1102 Wallace, Maynard
Amends certain policies with regard to the Missouri Assessment Program (MAP) testing. (LR# 4006L.01I)
HB 1103 Lipke, Scott
Gives juvenile courts jurisdiction over children who violate laws dealing with the possession or use of tobacco. (LR# 3741L.01I)
HB 1104 Jolly, Cathy
Regulates the removal of a tenant's property by a landlord. (LR# 2934L.02I)
HCS HB 1105, 1062, 1111, 1113 & 1119 Crawford, Larry
Revises various statutes relating to motor vehicles, driver's licenses, emergency vehicles, child restraints, manufactured homes, failure to stop at weigh stations, and rail passenger cars.(LR# 3535L.06C)
HB 1106 Crawford, Larry
Changes the selection process of the Chief Counsel for the Department of Transportation. (LR# 3594L.01I)
HB 1107 Crawford, Larry
Permits owners of property adjacent to transportation districts to petition to be added to the district. (LR# 3534L.01T)
HB 1108 Crawford, Larry
Allows for a special license plate for members of the National Rifle Association. (LR# 3527L.01I)
HB 1109 Crawford, Larry
Requires operators of motorcycles and motortricycles who are under 21 years of age to wear protective headgear. (LR# 3525L.01P)
HB 1110 Crawford, Larry
Creates the crime of endangering a corrections employee and revises the crime of aggravated harassment of an employee. (LR# 3522L.01I)
HB 1111 Crawford, Larry
Revises the statutes relating to the notification of a transfer of interest on a motor vehicle. (LR# 3356L.01I)
HB 1112 Crawford, Larry
Establishes regulations for housemovers. (LR# 3523L.01I)
HB 1113 Crawford, Larry
Allows for the transfer of the title of a manufactured home on the death of a joint interest holder. (LR# 3528L.01I)
HB 1114 Skaggs, Trent
Allows for a special license plate for peace officers or firefighters wounded in the line of duty or the survivors of those killed in the line of duty.(LR# 3910L.01T)
HCS HB 1115 Dempsey, Tom
Prohibits civil lawsuits against food manufacturers, packers, sellers, distributors, and marketers for claims arising out of weight gain, obesity, or health conditions associated with weight gain or obesity.(LR# 3836L.03T)
HB 1116 Johnson, Robert
Excludes from tax increment financing projects certain transportation sales taxes in Kansas City. (LR# 3704L.01I)
HB 1117 Wasson, Jay
Authorizes enterprise zones in the cities of Nixa and Ozark. (LR# 3797L.01I)
SCS HCS HB 1118 Schlottach, Charles
Revises various statutes relating to commercial driver's licenses including school bus endorsements, driving privileges, certain traffic-related violations, out-of-services orders, and sentencing.(LR# 3438S.10C)
HB 1119 Schlottach, Charles
Requires a full facial photograph or digital image on all driver's and nondriver's licenses. (LR# 3435L.01I)
HB 1120 Pratt, Bryan
Requires hospitals and birth centers to provide parents with information on shaken baby syndrome. (LR# 2536L.01I)
HB 1121 Davis, Cynthia
Prohibits open alcohol containers in certain vehicles. (LR# 3822L.01I)
HB 1122 Davis, Cynthia
Revises various statutes relating to highway and bicycle safety. (LR# 3536L.01I)
HCS HB 1123 Smith, Joe
Prohibits the production of specialized license plates until at least 250 applications for a specific plate have been received by the Department of Revenue.(LR# 3298L.02C)
HB 1124 Seigfreid, James
Requires all insurance premium rate changes of 15% or more to be approved by the Director of the Department of Insurance after a public hearing.(LR# 3623L.01I)
HB 1125 Seigfreid, James
Requires that eligible state employees be paid for overtime hours worked unless the employee requests compensatory time off at the applicable overtime rate.(LR# 3095L.01I)
HB 1126 Seigfreid, James
Changes the procedure for detachment from certain watershed districts. (LR# 3251L.01T)
HB 1127 Seigfreid, James
Modifies the formula used for determining health insurance premium costs for state employees in the Missouri Consolidated Health Care Plan.(LR# 3250L.01I)
HB 1128 Lipke, Scott
Authorizes Cape Girardeau County to equalize the treasurer's salary. (LR# 3724L.01I)
HB 1129 Haywood, Esther
Makes it a crime to burn a cross or cause a cross to be burned if it is done with the intent to intimidate any person or group. (LR# 3924L.01I)
HB 1130 Haywood, Esther
Allows state employees to count accrued unused vacation time (annual leave) toward creditable service. (LR# 3776L.01I)
HB 1131 Haywood, Esther
Revises the statutes relating to the use of credit scores by insurance companies. (LR# 3925L.01I)
HB 1132 Skaggs, Trent
Designates May 8 as "Missouri Day." (LR# 3828L.01I)
HB 1133 Lipke, Scott
Modifies various statutes relating to intoxication-related traffic offenses. (LR# 3742L.01I)
HB 1134 Hunter, Steve
Clarifies that assessments under the Prevailing Wage Law do not include deductions which may revert back to the employer's benefit. (LR# 3851L.01I)
HB 1135 Rupp, Scott
Prohibits the display of adult entertainment films in the sight of children in vehicles. (LR# 3541L.01I)
SCS HCS HB 1136 Rupp, Scott
Establishes the Disposition of Fetal Remains Act and allows the parents of a stillborn child to apply for a certificate of birth resulting in stillbirth with the State Registrar of vital records.(LR# 4044S.07T)
HB 1137 Rupp, Scott
Amends the A+ Schools Program to make provisions for repayment of federal Stafford loans for tuition fees and books. (LR# 3444L.01I)
HB 1138 Rupp, Scott
Amends the A+ Schools Program to make provisions for repayment of federal Stafford loans for tuition fees and includes all state four-year institutions of higher education.(LR# 3445L.01I)
HB 1139 Viebrock, James
Revises the statutes relating to tax credits for the adoption of special needs children. (LR# 3320L.01I)
HB 1140 Viebrock, James
Removes the biennial audit requirement for fire protection districts in Greene County. (LR# 3322L.01I)
HB 1141 Zweifel, Charles
Modifies the Senior Rx Program by requiring an annual adjustment of income eligibility limits based on the rate of change in the federal Consumer Price Index.(LR# 2439L.01I)
HB 1142 Daus, Mike
Allows operators of low-speed vehicles to use public highways under certain conditions. (LR# 3792L.01I)
HB 1143 Pratt, Bryan
Revises the statutes relating to jury service and creates the Lengthy Trial Fund. (LR# 3723L.01I)
HB 1144 Dixon, Bob
Establishes the Advisory Commission for Naturopathic Medicine. (LR# 3643L.01I)
HB 1145 Stevenson, Bryan
Adds a judge to the Board of Trustees of the Missouri State Employees' Retirement System. (LR# 3860L.01I)
HB 1146 Stevenson, Bryan
Reduces the limit on the number of small claims cases that may be filed by a party in a 30-day period or within a calendar month from eight to three.(LR# 3858L.01I)
HB 1147 Stevenson, Bryan
Specifies new qualifications for the board of governors of Missouri Southern State University. (LR# 3823L.01I)
HB 1148 Stevenson, Bryan
Allows prosecuting attorneys and circuit attorneys to receive credit for service as an assistant prosecuting attorney for purposes of retirement benefits.(LR# 3610L.01I)
HB 1149 May, Bob
Designates a bridge over a portion of Interstate 44 in Phelps County as the "Trooper Mike L. Newton Memorial Bridge." (LR# 3506L.01T)
SS#2 SCS HS HCS HB 1150 May, Bob
Revises the statutes regarding lobbyist reporting and campaign finance disclosure. (LR# 3617S.06C)
HB 1151 Lembke, Jim
Prohibits individuals from engaging or participating in human cloning. (LR# 2865L.01I)
HCS HB 1152 Wilson, Kevin
Revises the crime of making a terroristic threat and creates the crimes of threatening the use of a weapon of mass destruction and computer dissemination of information to promote a terrorist act.(LR# 2489L.04P)
HB 1153 Wilson, Kevin
Increases the penalty for various drug crimes when the substance was placed in close proximity to a child under 17 years of age. (LR# 2490L.01I)
HB 1154 Brooks, Sharon
Prohibits public or charter school employees from performing a strip search of any student. (LR# 3972L.01I)
HB 1155 Wilson, Victoria
Requires the use of various child safety restraints in a motor vehicle based on the age, weight, and height of a child. (LR# 3915L.01I)
HB 1156 Byrd, Richard
Modifies the manner in which an incumbent local exchange telecommunications company may change the rates for its services, with regard to price cap regulations.(LR# 3746L.01I)
HB 1157 Cooper, Shannon
Adds to the definition of "driveaway operation" the movement of motor vehicles or trailers for the purpose of transporting vehicles from one place to another.(LR# 3959L.01I)
HB 1158 Portwood, Charles
Allows taxpayers in St. Louis County to pre-pay their real property tax in equal quarterly installments. (LR# 3282L.01I)
HB 1159 Luetkemeyer, William
Requires the exhaustion of administrative remedies before a civil court action can be pursued for insurance-related lawsuits. (LR# 4087L.01I)
SCS HB 1160 Parker, Sherman
Authorizes a tax credit of up to $2,000 to offset the costs of treating PKU and related diseases. (LR# 4049S.02C)
HB 1161 Smith, Todd
Authorizes counties of the third classification to enact certain ordinances and resolutions. (LR# 3074L.01I)
HB 1162 Smith, Todd
Eliminates the option for public administrators to be compensated by fees. (LR# 3075L.01I)
HB 1163 Smith, Todd
Modifies the classification of counties. (LR# 3071L.01I)
HB 1164 Smith, Todd
Establishes valuation schedules for depreciable tangible personal property owned by businesses. (LR# 3070L.01I)
HB 1165 Schaaf, Rob
Prohibits health insurers from discriminating against any willing provider in the geographic region of the health benefit plan. (LR# 4009L.01I)
HB 1166 Pratt, Bryan
Creates a procedural prerequisite for filing lawsuits for alleged defective residential construction. (LR# 3811L.02I)
HB 1167 Kelly, Van
Allows for a special license plate for members of the Missouri Foxtrotting Horse Breed Association. (LR# 4011L.01T)
HB 1168 Kelly, Van
Creates the crime of sexual contact with a student while on public school property. (LR# 4012L.01I)
HB 1169 Luetkemeyer, William
Provides that public institutions of higher education may not post Social Security numbers, require transmission of numbers on Internet or as web site passwords, or use numbers on certain mailings.(LR# 3942L.01I)
HB 1170 Crawford, Larry
Requires information relating to real estate transactions to be included in certain Department of Transportation reports. (LR# 4004L.01I)
HCS HB 1171 Rector, Rex
Facilitates joint municipal utility projects. (LR# 3974L.02T)
HB 1172 Morris, Larry
Expands definitions in professional counseling sections and provides that professional counselors attend continuing education programs. (LR# 3990L.01I)
HB 1173 Cunningham, Jane
Amends the computation of state aid for schools by modifying the requirements for the summer school add-on. (LR# 3330L.01I)
HB 1174 Stefanick, Jodi
Establishes a comprehensive children's mental health service system. (LR# 3955L.02I)
HB 1175 Whorton, Jim
Establishes marine franchise dealer standards. (LR# 2572L.01I)
HB 1176 Guest, Jim
Adds a penalty for the release of a pathogen or disease in or near an animal facility. (LR# 4062L.01I)
SCS HCS HB 1177 Guest, Jim
Revises various statutes relating to concentrated animal feeding operations. (LR# 3783S.06T)
HB 1178 Myers, Peter
Prohibits the State Board of Registration for the Healing Arts from disciplining physicians who participate in whistleblower activities in their professional capacity as employees of the federal government.(LR# 3954L.01I)
HCS HB 1179 Corcoran, Michael
Allows the surcharge collected in criminal cases for biometric verification systems to also be used for housing and custody expenses and to maintain the biometric verification system.(LR# 3842L.02T)
HB 1180 Parker, Sherman
Increases recording fees for deposit into certain funds. (LR# 3804L.01I)
HCS HB 1181 & 1719 Selby, Harold
Suspends the motor vehicle emissions inspection program. (LR# 3930L.02P)
CCS SS SCS HCS HB 1182 Munzlinger, Brian
Revises various statutes relating to incentive tax credits. (LR# 4015S.05T)
HB 1183 Mayer, Robert
Authorizes the creation of the County Law Enforcement Restitution Fund and revises the statute on probation conditions to include restitution to that fund and restorative justice methods.(LR# 4051L.01P)
HB 1184 Mayer, Robert
Modifies the classification of counties. (LR# 3914L.01I)
HB 1185 Burnett, John
Provides for workers' compensation benefits. (LR# 4126L.01I)
HB 1186 Johnson, Robert
Authorizes temporary and special licenses for caterers to serve or sell liquor. (LR# 3923L.01I)
HB 1187 Ervin, Doug
Changes the procedure allowing Clay County to operate concession stands at privately operated marinas. (LR# 3941L.01T)
SCS HB 1188 Lipke, Scott
Revises various statutes relating to fees and costs in criminal cases. (LR# 4094S.03T)
HB 1189 McKenna, Ryan
Requires the Department of Elementary and Secondary Education to adopt a program to inspect and evaluate indoor air quality in schools.(LR# 3983L.01I)
HB 1190 Wilson, Victoria
Establishes the Coordinating Board for Early Childhood within the Children's Services Commission. (LR# 3830L.01I)
HB 1191 Smith, Todd
Relates to the distribution of moneys in the Pettis County school fund. (LR# 4150L.01I)
SCS HCS HB 1192 Schlottach, Charles
Requires the Director of the Missouri Department of Agriculture to promulgate rules relating to meat inspection. (LR# 4098S.03T)
SCS HS HB 1193 Self, Tom
Revises the statutes relating to notaries public. (LR# 3253S.06T)
HB 1194 Pearce, David
Prohibits locating billboards for adult cabarets or sexually oriented businesses within one mile of any state highway and prohibits persons under 21 years of age from installing them.(LR# 3498L.01I)
SS SCS HS HCS HB 1195 Behnen, Robert
Revises the statutes regarding the Division of Professional Registration. (LR# 3944S.13T)
HB 1196 Behnen, Robert
Establishes the Missouri Medical Malpractice Mutual Insurance Company as an independent public corporation to insure Missouri physicians against liability for professional malpractice.(LR# 4083L.01I)
HB 1197 Behnen, Robert
Revises the statutes regarding the licensing of bail bondsmen and surety recovery agents. (LR# 4025L.01I)
HCS HB 1198 Richard, Ron
Clarifies the definition of "net income" for insurance holding companies and revises restrictions on the issuance of extraordindary dividends by holding companies for property and casualty insurers.(LR# 3971L.03T)
HB 1199 Engler, Kevin
Authorizes a tax to fund 911 emergency services. (LR# 3512L.01I)
HB 1200 Schaaf, Rob
Allows law enforcement officers to make a vehicle stop for a seat belt violation as long as the violation is clearly visible before the stop.(LR# 2568L.02I)
HCS HB 1201 Dusenberg, Gary
Revises law regarding disposal of damaged vehicles to require that ordinances contain certain specific provisions. (LR# 3243L.02C)
HB 1202 Dusenberg, Gary
Establishes child passenger restraint system guidelines. (LR# 3606L.01I)
HB 1203 Yates, Brian
Requires school board approval of tax increment financing plans for areas with residential or multi-family properties. (LR# 3409L.01I)
HB 1204 Yates, Brian
Limits the Certificate of Need Program to long-term care facilities. (LR# 4138L.01I)
HB 1205 Yates, Brian
Repeals expired and outdated statutes. (LR# 3950L.01I)
HB 1206 Jackson, Jackie
Repeals part of an authorization for the conveyance of state property in the City of Pacific. (LR# 3981L.01I)
SS HS HCS HB 1207 Icet, Allen
Changes the procedures for the formation of certain levee districts. (LR# 3615S.06T)
HB 1208 Bland, Craig
Prevents private employers that receive state funds from using those funds to assist, promote, or deter union organizations. (LR# 3887L.01I)
HCS HB 1209 Jetton, Rod
Designates the Hypsibema missouriensis dinosaur as the official dinosaur of the State of Missouri. (LR# 3759L.02T)
HB 1210 Smith, Joe
Authorizes an income tax deduction for the value of time spent tutoring in public schools. (LR# 3270L.01I)
HB 1211 St. Onge, Neal
Revises various statutes relating to unemployment insurance benefits. (LR# 2932L.02I)
HB 1212 Cooper, Shannon
Clarifies when certain net operating losses may be carried forward. (LR# 3905L.01I)
HB 1213 Moore, Danie
Revises the list of persons disqualified from jury service. (LR# 3908L.01I)
HB 1214 Schaaf, Rob
Establishes the Medical Imaging and Radiation Therapy Quality Assurance Act of 2004. (LR# 2506L.02I)
SCS HCS HB 1215 Engler, Kevin
Revises the crime of escape from commitment. (LR# 4139L.03T)
HB 1216 Hilgemann, Robert
Allows the board of education for the St. Louis City school district to adopt a resolution raising the mandatory attendance age to 17. (LR# 4014L.01I)
SCS HB 1217 Johnson, Robert
Revises the statutes relating to the St. Louis and Kansas City Police Retirement Systems. (LR# 3988S.02T)
HB 1218 Johnson, Robert
Provides that certain retired members of the Kansas City Police Retirement System receive an equalizing cost-of-living adjustment in addition to the member's base pension and cost-of-living adjustments.(LR# 3987L.01I)
HB 1219 Seigfreid, James
Revises the statute on unlawful use of weapons to exempt appointed or elected prosecutors, assistant prosecutors, circuit attorneys, or assistant circuit attorneys.(LR# 4127L.01I)
HB 1220 Seigfreid, James
Requires a paper audit trail for filing computerized voter systems. (LR# 3992L.01I)
HB 1221 Seigfreid, James
Revises the statutes relating to reports of alleged violations made by state employees. (LR# 4067L.01I)
HB 1222 Schaaf, Rob
Provides additional health insurance coverage for clinical trials for cancer treatment by adding phase I and II to the currently covered phase III and IV clinical trials.(LR# 3866L.01I)
HB 1223 Ward, Daniel
Requires the Department of Insurance to pay Missouri's annual dues for membership in the National Conference of Insurance Legislators. (LR# 3951L.02I)
HB 1224 Stefanick, Jodi
Removes the term "commercial" from sections dealing with interior designers. (LR# 3895L.01I)
HB 1225 Johnson, Robert
Authorizes municipalities to accept escrows secured with cash or irrevocable letters of credit as security for utility installation in subdivisions.(LR# 3824L.01I)
HB 1226 Hubbard, Rodney
Requires the Department of Health and Senior Services to offer a vaccination program for first responders deployed to disaster areas as a result of bioterrorism events.(LR# 4040L.01I)
HB 1227 Dixon, Bob
Extends the time period for the City of Springfield's enterprise zone. (LR# 4201L.01I)
HB 1228 Byrd, Richard
Transfers the duties of the abolished Division of Child Support Enforcement to the Department of Public Safety. (LR# 3456L.01I)
HB 1229 Cunningham, Mike
Limits the liability of watercraft outfitters. (LR# 4054L.01I)
HB 1230 Schneider, Vicki
Exempts continuing care retirement communities from the certificate of need process for the addition of long-term care beds. (LR# 4177L.01I)
HB 1231 Ervin, Doug
Modifies the formula for the lapse of moneys in the Department of Insurance Dedicated Fund to general revenue. (LR# 3969L.01I)
HB 1232 Dixon, Bob
Allows commercial insurance policies providing casualty insurance to exclude coverage for loss by fire or other perils if it is caused by terrorism.(LR# 3809L.01I)
HCS HB 1233 Dixon, Bob
Allows public entities that self-insure health care benefits to require a right of subrogation in the same manner that the Department of Social Services has with the Medicaid Program.(LR# 3810L.02T)
HB 1234 Willoughby, Phillip
Allows the Missouri Public Service Commission to approve assistance programs for low-income customers in obtaining or maintaining access to utility service.(LR# 3780L.01I)
HB 1235 Schaaf, Rob
Authorizes a sales tax to fund museums in Andrew County. (LR# 4064L.01I)
HB 1236 Walker, Vicki
Revises the statutes relating to payday loans including language allowing the Attorney General to maintain an action to enforce compliance.(LR# 3982L.01I)
HB 1237 Walker, Vicki
Creates T.J.'s Law dealing with the regulation and licensing of bail bondsmen and surety recovery agents. (LR# 3706L.01I)
HB 1238 Munzlinger, Brian
Modifies the requirements for issuance of certificates of guaranty for loans under the Agriculture Business Development Loan Program. (LR# 4099L.01I)
HB 1239 Spreng, Michael
Exempts motor vehicles manufactured and sold in Missouri from state sales tax. (LR# 2809L.02I)
HB 1240 Dougherty, Curt
Lowers the minimum age for jury service from 21 to 18. (LR# 3555L.01I)
HB 1241 Rector, Rex
Provides for predetermination of prudence and ratemaking principles for infrastructure investments by utilities. (LR# 3977L.01I)
HB 1242 Fares, Kathlyn
Requires four-year colleges or universities to accept transfer credit for college-level courses applicable to an associate of arts degree completed at a public two-year institution.(LR# 4005L.02I)
HCS HB 1243, 1094 & 931 Lipke, Scott
Revises various statutes relating to crime. (LR# 4055L.02C)
HB 1244 Dempsey, Tom
Changes governance of the St. Louis International Airport. (LR# 3894L.01I)
HB 1245 Schlottach, Charles
Allows for the temporary licensure of peace officers who meet certain minimum requirements. (LR# 4088L.01I)
HCS HB 1246 Portwood, Charles
Revises various statutes regarding chiropractors. (LR# 3909L.04T)
HB 1247 Cunningham, Jane
Expands the telemarketing no-call list provisions to include fax transmissions to residential subscribers. (LR# 3420L.01I)
HB 1248 Cunningham, Jane
Prohibits governmental bodies from employing inmates or people with criminal records in any position where they would have access to personal records containing certain identifying information.(LR# 3419L.01I)
HB 1249 Cunningham, Jane
Changes the requirements for filing complaints concerning certain campaign finance disclosure reports. (LR# 3789L.01I)
HB 1250 Cunningham, Jane
Revises various statutes relating to workers' compensation. (LR# 3417L.01I)
HB 1251 Jolly, Cathy
Revises the law on prior and persistent intoxication-related traffic offenses. (LR# 3694L.01I)
HB 1252 Lawson, Maurice
Imposes an additional 35-cent tax on a pack of cigarettes manufactured by any nonparticipating manufacturer. (LR# 4023L.01I)
SCS HCS HB 1253 Luetkemeyer, William
Revises various statutes relating to insurance. (LR# 4251S.03T)
HB 1254 Bland, Craig
Requires used motor vehicle dealers to prominently display buyers guides for the vehicles the dealer sells and to give buyers a copy of the guide when a vehicle is sold.(LR# 4159L.01I)
HB 1255 Bland, Craig
Establishes the Emancipation Day Commission. (LR# 3898L.01I)
HB 1256 Jetton, Rod
Establishes the Secretary of State's Council on Library Development and the guidelines for publishing formats. (LR# 3852L.01I)
HB 1257 Campbell, Marsha
Revises various gaming statutes by removing the maximum loss limit, raising the admission fee to $7, and increasing the tax from 20% to 22%.(LR# 4188L.01I)
HB 1258 Cooper, Robert
Revises the statute on chemical tests to allow law enforcement officers to administer portable chemical tests prior to the arrest of persons suspected of operating a vessel while intoxicated.(LR# 4246L.01I)
HB 1259 Threlkeld, Kevin
Gives car dealers and manufacturers the right to file a complaint with the Administrative Hearing Commission if the Department of Revenue refuses to issue or renew their license.(LR# 3869L.01T)
HB 1260 Sander, Therese
Allows the Randolph County Court to have a courthouse and/or jail at a site other than at the seat of justice. (LR# 3422L.01I)
HB 1261 Smith, Joe
Changes the 50% food sales requirement to 30% for establishments to be authorized to sell alcohol on Sundays. (LR# 3855L.01I)
HB 1262 Wildberger, Ed
Establishes employment guidelines for public projects. (LR# 3327L.01I)
HB 1263 Wildberger, Ed
Creates a check-off on state income tax return forms for contributions to the Child Advocacy Center Fund. (LR# 3613L.01I)
HB 1264 Wildberger, Ed
Extends the statute of limitations to five years for arson in the first and second degree and knowingly burning or exploding property. (LR# 3896L.01I)
HB 1265 Wildberger, Ed
Regulates print, radio, and television advertising and phone bank usage during campaigns. (LR# 3496L.01I)
HB 1266 Wildberger, Ed
Adds certain cancers to the list of diseases presumed incurred during the line of duty for purposes of retirement benefits for firefighters. (LR# 3692L.01I)
HCS HB 1267 Cooper, Shannon
Provides additional regulation of tobacco product manufacturers. (LR# 4038L.01C)
SS#2 SCS HS HCS HB 1268 & 1211 Smith, Todd
Revises the statutes relating to employees and employment security. (LR# 4224S.18T)
HB 1269 Smith, Todd
Changes procedures for printing all session laws and the distribution of the Revised Statutes of Missouri. (LR# 3717L.01I)
HB 1270 Smith, Todd
Authorizes the Comissioner of the Office of Administration to use reverse auction procedures. (LR# 3856L.01I)
HB 1271 Engler, Kevin
Creates a minimum pay scale for certain corrections personnel. (LR# 4092L.01I)
HB 1272 Schaaf, Rob
Establishes the Missouri Catalog of Assistance Programs to serve as the state's single repository of information on public assistance programs.(LR# 3644L.01I)
HB 1273 Davis, Dahlman
Specifies the annual leave accrual rate and options for excess accrued leave for employees of the Department of Transportation. (LR# 3865L.01I)
HB 1274 Parker, Sherman
Modifies various statutes relating to domestic violence and limits the possession of firearms by persons who are subject to an order of protection.(LR# 3803L.01I)
HB 1275 Wilson, Kevin
Authorizes the conveyance of state property in the City of Neosho. (LR# 3922L.01I)
HB 1276 Sander, Therese
Allows moneys in the Natural Resources Protection Fund to be used to fund programs that encourage alternative energy sources. (LR# 4061L.01I)
SS SCS HCS HB 1277 Townley, Merrill
Creates task forces for restructuring solid and hazardous waste fees and allows in-state waste facilities receiving out-state waste to pay fees and taxes for out-of-state facilities.(LR# 4213S.13S)
SCS HCS HB 1278 Luetkemeyer, William
Revises various statutes relating to health insurance. (LR# 3304S.08C)
HB 1279 Shoemyer, Wes
Allows hand fishing for catfish and carp in June and July. (LR# 4191L.02I)
HCS HB 1280 Kingery, Gayle
Provides for the staggering of commercial motor vehicle registrations. (LR# 3993L.02C)
HB 1281 Zweifel, Charles
Establishes various new statutes relating to school bus transportation safety. (LR# 3219L.01I)
HB 1282 Green, Thomas
Establishes the Transportation Service Accountability Act. (LR# 3841L.01I)
HB 1283 Viebrock, James
Designates the "Korean War Veterans' Freeway." (LR# 3994L.02I)
HCS HB 1284 Engler, Kevin
Revises the definition of "salvage vehicle" and provides that salvage titles be negotiable with one reassignment on the back of the title by registered dealers or insurance companies.(LR# 4228L.04T)
SS HS HCS HB 1285 Engler, Kevin
Revises the statutes relating to car rental insurance. (LR# 4221S.09T)
SCS HCS HB 1286 & 1175 Guest, Jim
Establishes marine franchise dealer standards. (LR# 3995S.04C)
HB 1287 Jolly, Cathy
Revises the statutes relating to sex offender registration and the statute of limitations for sexual offenses where the victim is 18 years of age or younger.(LR# 3877L.03I)
CCS SS SCS HCS HB 1288 Threlkeld, Kevin
Revises the statutes relating to manufacturer's contractual agreements. (LR# 4237L.10T)
HB 1289 Cooper, Shannon
Clarifies the duties of certain county coroners and medical examiners. (LR# 4289L.01I)
SCS HS HCS HB 1290 Portwood, Charles
Authorizes income tax check-off boxes for certain chronic illness charities. (LR# 3857S.11T)
HB 1291 Pearce, David
Prohibits a lender of a residential mortgage from requiring a borrower to purchase homeowners' insurance coverage in an amount exceeding the replacement value of the improvement and contents.(LR# 4123L.01T)
HB 1292 Johnson, Robert
Revises certain statutes relating to birth and death records. (LR# 4306L.01I)
HB 1293 Deeken, Bill
Revises various statutes relating to special needs child adoption tax credits, pregnancy resource centers, alternatives to abortions, and the Respect Life Commission.(LR# 3938L.01I)
HB 1294 Rector, Rex
Protects water districts from encroachment by municipalities when the water district has guaranteed outstanding loans. (LR# 4093L.01I)
HB 1295 Selby, Harold
Prohibits fund-raising events or activities by candidates for statewide office and the General Assembly while the legislature is in session.(LR# 3929L.01I)
HB 1296 Ruestman, Marilyn
Allows the State Board of Registration for the Healing Arts to issue provisional and temporary physical therapist licenses. (LR# 3876L.01I)
HB 1297 Seigfreid, James
Increases by one-half cent the motor fuel tax to fund renewable fuel incentives. (LR# 4112L.01I)
HB 1298 Wilson, Victoria
Brings the State of Missouri into compliance with the federal Violence Against Women Act. (LR# 2925L.01I)
HB 1299 Wilson, Victoria
Authorizes additional sales taxes on cigarettes and tobacco products for health care purposes. (LR# 4135L.01I)
HB 1300 Wilson, Victoria
Authorizes a phased-in earned income tax credit. (LR# 4148L.01I)
HB 1301 Sutherland, Mike
Provides that a person is guilty of a class D felony if a death occurs as a result of an accident when the person is driving carelessly and imprudently.(LR# 3886L.01I)
HB 1302 Lager, Brad
Modifies the calculation for the Medicaid per diem reimbursement rate for nursing homes. (LR# 3492L.02I)
HB 1303 Rector, Rex
Provides for telecommunications pricing flexibility. (LR# 3749L.01I)
CCS SS#2 SS SCS HS HCS HB 1304 Byrd, Richard
Revises various statutes relating to claims for damages and the payment of these claims. (LR# 3380S.19T)
CCS SCS HCS HB 1305 Byrd, Richard
Creates notice provisions, reporting requirements, public market rates, and presumptions for the Department of Insurance and entities providing medical malpractice and professional negligence insurance.(LR# 4174L.10S)
HB 1306 Campbell, Marsha
Revises various statutes relating to taxation. (LR# 4189L.01I)
HB 1307 Muckler, Matthew
Includes unborn children in the definition of "children" who are eligible to participate in the Children's Health Insurance Program. (LR# 3410L.01I)
HB 1308 Dougherty, Curt
Authorizes a museum and tourism-related sales tax in certain cities. (LR# 3862L.01I)
HB 1309 Villa, Thomas
Reduces the penalty for failure to deliver an accurate tangible personal property assessment list in the City of St. Louis. (LR# 4181L.01I)
HB 1310 Byrd, Richard
Requires disclosure of certain interests in public utilities to the Missouri Public Service Commission. (LR# 3377L.01I)
HB 1311 Byrd, Richard
Requires juvenile sex offenders to file a copy of their sex offender registration with the superintendent of any school district in which they are enrolled.(LR# 3372L.01I)
HB 1312 Byrd, Richard
Limits total damages that may be awarded in an unlawful discrimination case, allows either party to demand a jury trial, and prohibits the award of punitive damages against the state or any subdivision.(LR# 3371L.01I)
HB 1313 Jetton, Rod
Relates to pupil/teacher ratios. (LR# 3918L.01I)
HB 1314 Jetton, Rod
Changes scholarship requirements for students pursuing teacher education degrees. (LR# 3917L.01I)
HB 1315 Dempsey, Tom
Requires the State Board of Education to submit an annual report to the General Assembly concerning the number of retired teachers who are teaching because of critical shortages of certified teachers.(LR# 4265L.01I)
HB 1316 Kelly, Gary
Entitles state employees to one day of retirement credit for every eight hours of accumulated unused sick leave. (LR# 3936L.01I)
HB 1317 Kingery, Gayle
Allows for a special license plate for members and parents of Boy Scouts of America. (LR# 3714L.02T)
HB 1318 Schaaf, Rob
Modifies lead testing requirements to include all children less than six years of age who reside in or spend more than 10 hours a week in a high-risk area.(LR# 4353L.01I)
HB 1319 Deeken, Bill
Revises provisions governing candidate filing dates in Kansas City. (LR# 4082L.01I)
HB 1320 Walker, Vicki
Excludes new taxes imposed after a tax increment financing ordinance is established from being used for tax increment financing projects. (LR# 3757L.01I)
SCS HCS HB 1321 Schaaf, Rob
Establishes additional regulations on neighborhood improvement districts. (LR# 2790S.04T)
HB 1322 Davis, Dahlman
Revises the school funding formula summer school add-on to include only those pupils who attended summer school in the immediately preceding year.(LR# 4285L.01I)
HB 1323 Walsh, Gina
Requires the Department of Mental Health to submit a cost-benefit analysis and a written plan to the appropriate House and Senate appropriations committees before closing or downsizing any facility.(LR# 3685L.01I)
HB 1324 Selby, Harold
Authorizes a transient guest tax for tourism in the City of Pacific. (LR# 3340L.02I)
HB 1325 Schlottach, Charles
Allows state employees to donate accrued annual leave benefits directly to specific state employees or into the pool. (LR# 4186L.01I)
HB 1326 Hobbs, Steve
Authorizes counties to establish regional recreational districts on certain undeveloped properties. (LR# 3807L.01I)
HB 1327 St. Onge, Neal
Establishes design-build contract requirements. (LR# 3646L.01I)
HB 1328 St. Onge, Neal
Establishes the Missouri High Voltage Electrical Industry Licensing Board. (LR# 3985L.01I)
HB 1329 Wilson, Kevin
Allows the court to impound the vehicle or vehicles owned by a person convicted of driving while intoxicated or with excessive blood alcohol content.(LR# 2525L.01I)
HB 1330 Witte, Terry
Requires probation officers to notify law enforcement of a sex offender's new address if the offender intends to change residence and to notify the offender of the duty to register.(LR# 4297L.01I)
HB 1331 Jackson, Jackie
Relates to public school facilities and outside use. (LR# 4229L.01I)
HB 1332 Jackson, Jackie
Revises requirements relating to school districts achieving provisional accreditation. (LR# 4318L.01I)
HB 1333 Jackson, Jackie
Amends the computation of state aid for schools by modifying the requirements for the summer school add-on. (LR# 4319L.01I)
HB 1334 Davis, Cynthia
Distinguishes the practice of midwifery from the practice of medicine. (LR# 2614L.03I)
HB 1335 Hilgemann, Robert
Allows for the "Freedom = Choice" license plate and creates the Missouri Freedom = Choice Support Fund to fund family planning services.(LR# 4337L.01I)
HB 1336 Ervin, Doug
Extends immunity from civil liability to owners of land next to certain dedicated trail systems. (LR# 3940L.02I)
HB 1337 Nieves, Brian
States that English is the official state language. (LR# 4010L.01I)
SCS HCS HB 1338 Wood, Dennis
Regulates travel and vacation clubs. (LR# 3949S.04C)
HS HB 1339 Cunningham, Jane
Revises various statutes relating to informed consent for abortion. (LR# 3297L.05P)
HB 1340 Willoughby, Phillip
Makes cities owning natural gas systems subject to violations of gas safety rules, rather than the penalties found in Section 386.570, RSMo.(LR# 3779L.01I)
HB 1341 Bruns, Mark
Establishes a presumption that exposure to a contagious disease by certain firefighters and emergency personnel is an occupational disease.(LR# 3464L.01I)
HB 1342 Bruns, Mark
Creates a cause of action for injury to emergency personnel caused by the tortious actions of another person. (LR# 3509L.01I)
HB 1343 Goodman, Jack
Modifies the provisions of the Tobacco Model Act regarding allocations under the Master Settlement Agreement. (LR# 4324L.01I)
HB 1344 Brown, Jason
Revises the crime of endangering the welfare of a child in the first degree by adding persons who operate vehicles while intoxicated or drugged when there is a person under 17 years of age in the vehicle.(LR# 4347L.01I)
HB 1345 Ward, Daniel
Makes it a class B misdemeanor for an unauthorized person to use a traffic signal preemption system to control traffic. (LR# 4141L.01I)
HB 1346 Jetton, Rod
Revises the statutes relating to claims for damages for personal injuries. (LR# 4323L.01I)
HCS HB 1347 Jetton, Rod
Establishes the Secretary of State's Council on Library Development and guidelines for publishing formats. (LR# 4334L.02T)
HB 1348 Walker, Vicki
Legalizes the use of marijuana for medical purposes. (LR# 3999L.01I)
HB 1349 Byrd, Richard
Requires courts to notify state agencies and licensing boards of any individual who owes child support arrearages in excess of $5,000. (LR# 3888L.01I)
HB 1350 Byrd, Richard
Revises the statutes relating to property that is exempt from attachment and execution. (LR# 4225L.01I)
HB 1351 Moore, Danie
Allows persons who are hard of hearing or deaf to be issued a school bus permit to operate a school bus for any school for the deaf in this state.(LR# 3569L.01I)
HB 1352 Hoskins, Theodore
Requires one license plate instead of two for display on any motor vehicle. (LR# 2756L.01I)
HB 1353 Seigfreid, James
Authorizes a payroll card account. (LR# 4294L.01I)
HB 1354 Byrd, Richard
Revises the statutes relating to the State Legal Expense Fund. (LR# 4036L.01I)
HB 1355 Byrd, Richard
Limits punitive damage awards in certain cases. (LR# 4034L.01I)
HB 1356 Skaggs, Trent
Entitles members of the Missouri State Employees' Retirement System and the highway and highway patrol retirement system who retired prior to July 1, 1990, to an additional $5 per month times years of service.(LR# 3769L.01I)
HB 1357 Skaggs, Trent
Increases the cost-of-living adjustment for certain special consultants and retirees from 80% to 100% of the Consumer Price Index.(LR# 3770L.01I)
HB 1358 Wasson, Jay
Allows for the broader delegation of duties to dental assistants. (LR# 4305L.01I)
HB 1359 Lowe, Jenee
Removes excess fees for Korean War Veterans license plates. (LR# 4187L.01I)
HB 1360 Jackson, Jackie
Relates to eligible pupil counts and kindergarten average daily attendance. (LR# 4405L.01I)
HB 1361 Hobbs, Steve
Allows the governing body of each contracting municipality in a joint municipal utility commission to vote on whether or not the commission should issue bonds rather than having the citizens vote on the matter.(LR# 3504L.01I)
HB 1362 Hobbs, Steve
Authorizes county planning commissions to accept additional forms of security for improvements made to subdivisions in unincorporated areas.(LR# 3808L.01T)
HCS HB 1363 Fares, Kathlyn
Requires the Secretary of State to acquire, operate, and maintain an archival office in St. Louis. (LR# 4022L.03T)
HB 1364 Bishop, Daniel
Makes the filing of parenting plans in child visitation, custody, or support cases optional when the child is over the age of 18. (LR# 4057L.03I)
HB 1365 McKenna, Ryan
Allows certain counties to establish mechanical codes and regulations for the licensing of mechanical contractors. (LR# 4446L.01I)
HB 1366 Dougherty, Curt
Allows for the reimbursement of one year's registration fee paid for biennial plates when plates are returned before one year has passed. (LR# 4311L.01I)
HB 1367 Lembke, Jim
Establishes the Missouri Homestead Preservation Act. (LR# 4176L.01I)
HB 1368 Salva, Ray
Exempts massage therapists that are already licensed in other states from Missouri licensure. (LR# 4345L.01I)
HB 1369 Jetton, Rod
Requires an affidavit from a similarly licensed professional supporting a cause of action in cases for non-medical claims of professional negligence.(LR# 4457L.01I)
HB 1370 Dempsey, Tom
Establishes the Tax Credit Accountability Act of 2004. (LR# 4248L.01I)
HB 1371 Dempsey, Tom
Establishes the Missouri Homestead Preservation Act authorizing counties to freeze certain property assessments. (LR# 4029L.01I)
HB 1372 Skaggs, Trent
Requires that a vehicle's license plate number match the number on the license plate renewal tags. (LR# 3885L.01I)
HB 1373 Haywood, Esther
Allows state employees to count accrued unused vacation time (annual leave) toward creditable service. (LR# 4383L.01I)
HB 1374 Crawford, Larry
Allows for the "Respect Life" special license plate, creates the Alternative to Abortion Support Fund, and establishes the Respect Life Commission.(LR# 4031L.01I)
HB 1375 Crawford, Larry
Establishes the Agricultural Production Contract Code to place requirements on agricultural production contracts. (LR# 3529L.01I)
HB 1376 Ward, Daniel
Revises various statutes relating to controlled substances. (LR# 4433L.01I)
HB 1377 Sutherland, Mike
Increases the expense payments for county planning commission members. (LR# 4350L.01T)
HB 1378 Pearce, David
Expands the telemarketing no-call list to include the phone numbers of business subscribers and cell phone numbers of both business and residential subscribers who request their numbers be put on the list.(LR# 4102L.01I)
HB 1379 Johnson, Robert
Requires certain nonviolent offenders to participate in community-based substance abuse treatment programs. (LR# 3513L.02I)
HCS HB 1380 Lager, Brad
Removes the multiplier for the proration factor for career ladder entitlement under the school foundation formula. (LR# 3537L.02C)
HB 1381 Jackson, Jackie
Requires the General Assembly to support certain veterans' programs approved by the Executive Director of the Missouri Veterans Commission through appropriations.(LR# 4372L.01I)
HB 1382 Jackson, Jackie
Creates the Veterans' Historical Education Trust Fund. (LR# 4427L.01I)
HB 1383 Townley, Merrill
Outlines procedures for water corporations contracting with sewer providers to terminate the water service of persons in arrears on sewer bills.(LR# 4460L.01I)
HB 1384 Brooks, Sharon
Revises various statutes relating to theft or destruction of documents. (LR# 4107L.01I)
HB 1385 Dixon, Bob
Creates the crime of abuse of authority over a child. (LR# 4069L.01I)
HB 1386 Dixon, Bob
Revises the statute on persistent and predatory sexual offenders. (LR# 4071L.01I)
HB 1387 Dixon, Bob
Adds pornography and obscenity offenses to the list of offenses for which a person must register as a sexual offender. (LR# 4072L.01I)
HB 1388 Dixon, Bob
Changes failing to register as a sex offender from a class A misdemeanor to a class D felony for the first offense and a class D felony to a class C felony for the second or subsequent offense.(LR# 4073L.01I)
HB 1389 Dixon, Bob
Makes it a crime for a sexual offender to establish residency within 1,000 feet of a public or private school or child care facility. (LR# 4074L.01I)
HB 1390 Dixon, Bob
Requires persons committed to a county jail who are convicted to pay the cost per diem for each day they were in the county jail. (LR# 4081L.01I)
HB 1391 Dixon, Bob
Revises the crimes of escape from commitment and escape or attempted escape from custody to include detained, held, or committed sexually violent predators.(LR# 4179L.01I)
HB 1392 Dixon, Bob
Requires the State Highway Patrol to maintain a one page web site on the Internet which includes links to all sex offender registry web sites maintained by any county in the state.(LR# 4340L.01I)
HB 1393 Dixon, Bob
Creates a $1 surcharge in criminal cases payable to the sheriff for expenses of maintaining a web site of registered sex offenders and requires the sheriff to establish and maintain the web site.(LR# 4341L.01I)
HB 1394 Dixon, Bob
Revises the statutes relating to sex offender registration to allow the chief law enforcement official of a county to charge fees for registration and changes in registration.(LR# 4278L.01I)
HB 1395 Cunningham, Jane
Limits increases in the assessment of residential property. (LR# 2924L.03I)
HB 1396 Cunningham, Jane
Requires that all residences and commercial businesses display their address so that it is clearly visible and easily readable, day or night, from any adjoining roadway.(LR# 2548L.01I)
HB 1397 Wilson, Kevin
Establishes an advisory committee for workers' compensation. (LR# 4370L.02I)
HB 1398 Lager, Brad
Authorizes a bid process for selecting the depositary of city funds in the City of Maryville. (LR# 4363L.01T)
HCS HB 1399 Lager, Brad
Revises the statutes dealing with athletic trainers to require licenses in lieu of registration. (LR# 4364L.02T)
HB 1400 Lager, Brad
Revises various statutes on fireworks regulation. (LR# 4361L.01I)
HB 1401 Goodman, Jack
Exempts any person who drives emergency equipment from the commercial driver's license requirements. (LR# 4474L.01I)
HB 1402 Goodman, Jack
Revises the statutes relating to the Sunshine Law. (LR# 4476L.01I)
SCS HCS HB 1403 Moore, Danie
Creates additional regulations for amusement rides and rock climbing walls. (LR# 3907S.06T)
HB 1404 Bishop, Daniel
Allows the court to issue direct payment orders to parties in child custody or dissolution proceedings for the payment of guardian ad litem fees.(LR# 4395L.01I)
HCS HB 1405 Dougherty, Curt
Allows for special license plates for members of the Missouri DeMolay and the Missouri Association of State Troopers Emergency Relief Society.(LR# 4466L.02T)
HB 1406 Holand, Roy
Allows large school districts that have attained full accreditation for a five-year period to obtain waivers to choose their own standards for qualification in the Missouri School Improvement Program.(LR# 4200L.01I)
HB 1407 Mayer, Robert
Establishes an administrative system for adjudicating certain municipal code violations in St. Louis City. (LR# 3867L.01T)
HB 1408 Mayer, Robert
Allows the Director of the Department of Revenue to refuse to issue or renew a motor vehicle registration if the owner of the vehicle owes vehicle-related fees or fines to the City of St. Louis.(LR# 3868L.02I)
SCS HS HB 1409 Richard, Ron
Requires the Department of Economic Development to authorize enterprise zones in any qualifying area, establishes the Jobs Now Program, and establishes and modifies several tax credit programs.(LR# 4335S.12C)
HB 1410 Hilgemann, Robert
Revises the statutes relating to the designation of next-of-kin for purposes of the disposition of human remains. (LR# 4336L.01I)
HB 1411 Cunningham, Jane
Provides for the cash redemption of gift certificates and promotional premiums, coupons, or agreements. (LR# 2687L.03I)
HB 1412 Johnson, Robert
Authorizes an annual audit of the Jackson County public administrator's pooled account conservatorship system. (LR# 4377L.01I)
HB 1413 Ervin, Doug
Establishes a business use incentives program for small business development. (LR# 4403L.01I)
HB 1414 Shoemyer, Wes
Prohibits a parent who is residing with a person convicted of certain sex crimes or crimes against children from being granted custody or unsupervised visitation.(LR# 4419L.02I)
HB 1415 Shoemyer, Wes
Requires manufacturers and seed dealers of genetically engineered plants and seeds to provide growers with written instructions on how to reduce the risk of cross contamination.(LR# 4406L.01I)
HB 1416 Shoemyer, Wes
Provides a mechanism to determine if a patent infringement has occurred with genetically engineered plants and seeds. (LR# 4407L.01I)
HB 1417 Baker, Brian
Requires that one voting member of the board of curators of certain state institutions of higher education be a student. (LR# 3118L.01I)
HB 1418 Brown, Jason
Makes it a class B misdemeanor for a person to allow a minor to possess alcohol or drugs on that person's property. (LR# 4348L.01I)
HB 1419 Harris, Belinda
Requires the display of the name of the company and commercial entity on commercial vehicles or trailers. (LR# 4408L.01I)
HB 1420 Cooper, Shannon
Authorizes direct deposit of state income tax refunds. (LR# 4434L.01I)
HB 1421 Dempsey, Tom
Establishes community college job retention training programs and authorizes a tax credit for retained jobs and job training. (LR# 3484L.01I)
HCS HB 1422 Stefanick, Jodi
Requires dentists administering anesthesia agents to have permits. (LR# 4242L.02T)
HB 1423 Stefanick, Jodi
Requires organ procurement organizations to use their best efforts to find a suitable recipient for an anatomical gift of a vascular organ. (LR# 4046L.01I)
HB 1424 Stefanick, Jodi
Establishes the Uniform Athlete Agent Act. (LR# 4145L.01I)
HB 1425 Black, Lanie
Regulates the licensing of advanced practice registered nurses. (LR# 4509L.01I)
HB 1426 Pearce, David
Exempts certain graduates from state income tax. (LR# 4100L.01I)
HB 1427 Portwood, Charles
Revises the statutes relating to the forfeiture of controlled substances and drug paraphernalia. (LR# 4065L.01T)
HB 1428 Harris, Jeff
Revises various statutes relating to medical malpractice insurance. (LR# 3712L.01I)
HB 1429 Johnson, Connie
Increases the Medicaid reimbursement for health care providers over the next five fiscal years. (LR# 4480L.01I)
HB 1430 Harris, Jeff
Increases, from 12% to 24% annually, the interest charges that health insurers may be assessed for late payment of claims and shortens the time within which insurers must respond to filed claims.(LR# 4481L.01I)
HB 1431 Deeken, Bill
Allows the Governor to transfer certain land to other state agencies without a public auction. (LR# 4491L.01I)
HB 1432 Whorton, Jim
Requires all diesel fuel sold or offered for sale in the State of Missouri on or after July 1, 2006, to contain at least 2% biodiesel fuel oil by volume.(LR# 4219L.01I)
HS HCS HB 1433 Wood, Dennis
Authorizes the creation of a watershed improvement district in the Upper White River Basin or any county of the third classification. (LR# 3112L.05T)
HB 1434 Zweifel, Charles
Revises the senior citizen/disabled person property tax credit known as circuit breaker. (LR# 4521L.01I)
HB 1435 Jetton, Rod
Establishes the Tax Donation Act. (LR# 4206L.01I)
HB 1436 Byrd, Richard
Revises the statute of limitations for civil suits for childhood sexual abuse. (LR# 4033L.01I)
HB 1437 Sutherland, Mike
Allows motor carriers to choose to have voluntary audits conducted by the Highways and Transportation Commission without incurring liability if the commission discovers deficiencies.(LR# 3975L.01I)
HB 1438 Ward, Daniel
Designates the "Deputy Steven R. Ziegler Memorial Highway." (LR# 4359L.02I)
HCS HB 1439 Crawford, Larry
Revises various statutes relating to eminent domain, Highways and Transportation Commission, Department of Transportation, outdoor advertising, highway designations, and log trucks.(LR# 4522L.03C)
SCS HB 1440 Deeken, Bill
Allows certain Regional Planning Commission employees to enroll in the Missouri Local Government Retirement System and revises the statutes relating to the highway and highway patrol retirement system.(LR# 4526S.04T)
HB 1441 Graham, Charles
Modifies the Long-term Care Ombudsman Program. (LR# 4096L.01I)
HB 1442 Lipke, Scott
Designates the "Thomas G. Tucker, Jr. Memorial Highway." (LR# 4418L.01T)
HB 1443 Wildberger, Ed
Establishes the Missouri Emergency Response Personnel Strike Prevention and Arbitration Act. (LR# 4152L.01I)
HB 1444 Moore, Danie
Repeals the current requirement for legislative committees to have resolutions passed authorizing visits to state institutions. (LR# 4504L.01T)
HB 1445 Mayer, Robert
Authorizes the conveyance of state property used as a National Guard Armory to the City of Dexter. (LR# 4515L.01I)
HB 1446 Johnson, Robert
Requires project plans and specifications for the construction, repair, or renovation of governmental facilities to be available for public distribution.(LR# 4499L.01I)
HB 1447 Lembke, Jim
Increases the maximum allowable compensation for St. Louis police officers. (LR# 4527L.01I)
HB 1448 Bruns, Mark
Amends the Family Development Account Program to include as community-based organizations associations formed by not-for-profit corporations and allows expenditures for vocational education.(LR# 3510L.01I)
HCS HB 1449 Bruns, Mark
Allows for additional special license plates. (LR# 3926L.02T)
HB 1450 Shoemaker, Christoper
Makes tampering with cable television distribution capabilities a class C felony. (LR# 4409L.01I)
HB 1451 Fraser, Barbara
Requires all elementary school students to receive regular classroom instruction in a foreign language. (LR# 2875L.01I)
HB 1452 Fraser, Barbara
Prohibits public school districts from administering any corporal punishment. (LR# 2873L.01I)
CCS SS SCS HS HCS HB 1453 Hanaway, Catherine
Enacts and modifies various provisions regarding the state foster care system. (LR# 2427L.15T)
HB 1454 Swinger, Terry
Authorizes the conveyance of state property used as a National Guard Armory to the City of Caruthersville. (LR# 4514L.01I)
HB 1455 Black, Lanie
Allows the Department of Natural Resources to use an independent contractor to expedite the review of construction permits for air contaminant sources when the permit applicant agrees.(LR# 4489L.01I)
SCS HCS HB 1456 AND HB 824 Black, Lanie
Authorizes a transient guest tax for tourism purposes and infrastructure improvements in the cities of Marston, Matthews, Concordia, and Steele.(LR# 4192S.03T)
HB 1457 Black, Lanie
Requires the Department of Natural Resources to notify permit holders who fail to file required reports before the department may fine or penalize, with some exceptions.(LR# 3952L.01I)
HB 1458 Moore, Danie
Authorizes a $10 surcharge in certain felony criminal cases to fund the Gang Resistance Education and Training Program and the After School Reading Retreat Program.(LR# 4338L.02I)
HB 1459 Moore, Danie
Requires all television stations in the state to provide real-time captioning of all local news, weather, and sports programming by January 1, 2006.(LR# 4431L.01I)
HB 1460 El-Amin, Yaphett
Lowers the minimum age for jury service from 21 to 18. (LR# 3980L.01I)
HB 1461 El-Amin, Yaphett
Gives civilian review boards the authority to issue subpoenas, administer oaths, and examine witnesses under oath. (LR# 3979L.01I)
HB 1462 Bean, Otto
Authorizes the conveyance of state property used as a National Guard Armory to the City of Bernie. (LR# 4393L.01I)
HB 1463 Campbell, Marsha
Establishes the Safe Staffing and Quality Care Accountability Act for Veterans Homes and the Safe Staffing and Quality Care Accountability Act for Mental Health Facilities.(LR# 3249L.01I)
HB 1464 Lager, Brad
Revises the statutes relating to the practice of dentistry by not-for-profit corporations and expands the powers of the Missouri Dental Board.(LR# 4505L.01I)
HB 1465 Kelly, Gary
Increases the fees the State Highway Patrol may collect for conducting a criminal history check. (LR# 4375L.01I)
HB 1466 Meiners, Kate
Removes the $500 gambling loss limit and increases taxes from 20% to 21%. (LR# 4136L.01I)
HCS HB 1467 & 903 Sutherland, Mike
Provides for increases in the senior citizen/disabled person property tax credit and renames it the Senior Citizens' Homestead Tax Relief Act.(LR# 4567L.02C)
HB 1468 Byrd, Richard
Revises the seat belt law to allow peace officers to stop, inspect, or detain a person solely to determine compliance with the law, but prohibits use of noncompliance as a probable cause for searches.(LR# 4554L.02I)
HB 1469 Jolly, Cathy
Revises the statutes relating to health insurance. (LR# 4581L.01I)
HB 1470 Mayer, Robert
Revises various statutes relating to stealing, tampering, and receiving stolen property. (LR# 4490L.01I)
HCS HB 1471 Brooks, Sharon
Authorizes the conveyance of the Felix Building in Jackson County to the Truman Medical Center. (LR# 4498L.02C)
HB 1472 Lowe, Jenee
Requires Missouri electrical energy suppliers to generate or purchase a percentage of their electricity from renewable energy resources as defined.(LR# 4185L.01I)
HB 1473 Skaggs, Trent
Allows police to stop motorists for safety belt violations, makes it illegal to have an open container in a vehicle, and allows police to submit certified reports instead of sworn to the Revenue Department.(LR# 3216L.01I)
HB 1474 Abel, Mark
Specifies that state contracts for services require that only United States citizens or federally authorized persons be employed. (LR# 4540L.01I)
HB 1475 Schneider, Vicki
Exempts the owner of property from lawsuits for an occupant's past due water and sewer service bills. (LR# 4351L.01I)
HB 1476 Richard, Ron
Authorizes a local sales tax for economic development purposes. (LR# 4232L.01I)
HS HCS HB 1477 & 1563 Schaaf, Rob
Enacts the Missouri Hospital Infection Control Act of 2004. (LR# 3864L.07P)
HB 1478 Ruestman, Marilyn
Specifies items that can be submitted in bids by employers under the Prevailing Wage Law and requires employers to certify that they are paying the specified wage.(LR# 4296L.01I)
HB 1479 Icet, Allen
Prohibits St. Louis City from requiring peace officers to live within the city limits after they have been employed as a peace officer for four consecutive years.(LR# 4472L.01I)
HCS HB 1480 Rupp, Scott
Creates the Police Chiefs' and Officers' Annuity and Healthcare Fund. (LR# 3616L.06C)
HB 1481 Sager, R
Revises the Adoption Awareness Law by allowing the establishment of an advertising campaign to recruit adoptive and foster parents. (LR# 3326L.03I)
HB 1482 Portwood, Charles
Prohibits St. Louis City from requiring police officers to reside within the city after seven years of employment. (LR# 4586L.01I)
HB 1483 Haywood, Esther
Revises the statutes relating to the use of credit scores by insurance companies. (LR# 4597L.01I)
HB 1484 Smith, Todd
Authorizes planning and zoning in specified unincorporated areas of counties. (LR# 3928L.01I)
HB 1485 Smith, Todd
Establishes additional local planning regulations and programs. (LR# 3715L.01I)
HB 1486 Fraser, Barbara
Modifies the law relating to license-exempt facilities for children. (LR# 4312L.01I)
CCS HS HB 1487 Self, Tom
Revises the crime of kidnapping by including kidnapping of a child under 14 years of age. (LR# 4646L.07T)
HB 1488 Wagner, Howard
Changes salary guidelines for employees of the Department of Transportation. (LR# 4602L.01I)
HB 1489 Barnitz, Franklin
Revises the statutes relating to all-terrain vehicles to allow passengers to ride the vehicles if they are designed to carry more than one person.(LR# 3976L.03I)
HB 1490 Mayer, Robert
Creates the crime of misuse of a power of attorney. (LR# 4007L.01I)
HB 1491 Burnett, John
Revises the statute relating to search warrants. (LR# 4628L.01I)
HB 1492 Henke, Wayne
Directs 25% of any tobacco settlement moneys received by this state to be used to create various incentives for rural Missouri. (LR# 4448L.01I)
SCS HB 1493 Emery, Ed
Establishes guidelines for water and electric service territorial agreements and the Missouri Public Service Commission's duties regarding the same.(LR# 4021S.05C)
HB 1494 Ervin, Doug
Provides for election of regional recreational district board members in Clay County. (LR# 4214L.01T)
HB 1495 Bland, Craig
Establishes the Missouri Universal Health Assurance Program to provide a single, publicly financed statewide insurance program for all residents of this state.(LR# 4216L.01I)
HB 1496 Bean, Otto
Allows local school boards to exempt themselves from the Prevailing Wage Law by a majority vote of the board. (LR# 4465L.01I)
HB 1497 Pearce, David
Prohibits the state from contracting with customer call centers that are located outside the United States or with vendors who employ people who are not authorized to work in the United States.(LR# 4085L.01I)
HB 1498 Schneider, Vicki
Allows certain private vocational and technical schools to receive A+ reimbursements. (LR# 4577L.01I)
HB 1499 Ransdall, Billy
Provides medical insurance benefits for certain Department of Transporation and State Highway Patrol retirees. (LR# 4441L.01I)
HB 1500 Mayer, Robert
Adds $1 to court costs in criminal cases to be used by the county for law enforcement training. (LR# 4392L.01I)
HB 1501 Bruns, Mark
Requires the state to permit a bid for a vocational enterprises program from a Missouri business if it can provide the services. (LR# 3465L.02I)
HB 1502 Wilson, Yvonne
Revises the statutes relating to the Kansas City Public School Retirement System. (LR# 4604L.01T)
HB 1503 Ervin, Doug
Establishes the Business Use Incentives for Small Businesses Program. (LR# 4552L.01I)
HB 1504 Lipke, Scott
Provides for a consideration of loss or restriction of highway access in eminent domain damage assessments. (LR# 4591L.01P)
HB 1505 Lembke, Jim
Increases the criminal statute of limitations for sexual offenses committed against persons 18 years of age or younger. (LR# 4524L.01I)
HB 1506 Reinhart, Geralyn
Allows eligible nonimmigrant aliens to receive in-state tuition at Missouri institutions of higher education. (LR# 4665L.01I)
HB 1507 Myers, Peter
Deems certain financial investment records and documents submitted to the Department of Agriculture and the Missouri Agriculture and Small Business Development Authority to be closed records.(LR# 4008L.01I)
HB 1508 Baker, Brian
Provides that emblem-use fees received by the Kansas City Chiefs be forwarded to the Chiefs' Children's Fund, a not-for-profit organization established to benefit Kansas City area children in need.(LR# 4516L.01T)
HCS HB 1509 Portwood, Charles
Revises the statutes relating to health insurance coverage of chiropractic care. (LR# 4686L.04C)
HB 1510 Meadows, Tim
Prohibits insurers from raising the premium rates on a property insurance policy more than 25% in any calendar year. (LR# 4636L.01I)
SS HS HCS HB 1511 Byrd, Richard
Establishes the Missouri Uniform Trust Code. (LR# 3540S.06T)
HB 1512 Crowell, Jason
Revises the requirements for assistant adjutants general. (LR# 4541L.01I)
HB 1513 Crowell, Jason
Provides that all state college and university diplomas contain the words "in the year of our Lord" within the date listed on the diploma.(LR# 3913L.03I)
HB 1514 Taylor, Larry
Establishes regulations and penalties for mail-order cigarettes. (LR# 4603L.01I)
HB 1515 Wright, Mark
Increases the punishment for forcible rape and forcible sodomy and attempted forcible rape and attempted forcible sodomy. (LR# 4105L.01I)
HB 1516 Kelly, Van
Makes the crime of supplying intoxicating liquor to a minor a class D felony if any person suffers serious injury as a result. (LR# 4682L.01I)
HB 1517 Lembke, Jim
Provides that students who are expelled for acts of violence not be counted as drop-outs for accreditation purposes for the Missouri School Improvement Program.(LR# 4630L.01I)
HB 1518 Skaggs, Trent
Allows retired state employees under the old Missouri State Employees' Retirement System plan that have reached the limit on total annual increases to receive an additional one-tenth of a percent.(LR# 4264L.01I)
HB 1519 Holand, Roy
Establishes the Equal Opportunity Education Contract Program for schools (school voucher program). (LR# 4230L.01I)
HB 1520 Shoemaker, Christoper
Authorizes directional or on-premises signs for businesses near state highways. (LR# 4641L.01I)
HB 1521 Hilgemann, Robert
Makes it unlawful to discriminate against a person based on sexual orientation. (LR# 2558L.01I)
HB 1522 Page, Sam
Authorizes surgical co-management arrangements. (LR# 4589L.01I)
HB 1523 Purgason, Chuck
Designates spotted knapweed as a noxious weed. (LR# 4650L.01I)
HCS HB 1524 Ransdall, Billy
Authorizes a transient guest tax for funding a convention and multipurpose center in the City of St. Robert. (LR# 4304L.02C)
HB 1525 Meadows, Tim
Allows courts to suspend an individual's driver's license for up to 120 days for failing to stop for a school bus that is loading or unloading students.(LR# 4637L.01I)
HB 1526 Muckler, Matthew
Establishes a program in the Department of Health and Senior Services to provide preventative and primary health care services to low-income pregnant women, mothers, and children.(LR# 3620L.01I)
HB 1527 Ruestman, Marilyn
Revises the statutes regarding the licensing of physical therapists and their assistants. (LR# 4629L.01I)
HB 1528 Luetkemeyer, William
Prohibits automobile insurers from recommending that a motor vehicle be repaired at a specific automobile repair shop. (LR# 4659L.01I)
HCS HB 1529 & 1655 Lembke, Jim
Requires a minimum reimbursement for emergency services in a tax increment financing district. (LR# 4666L.03T)
HB 1530 Bringer, Rachel
Increases the time of detention for a warrantless arrest for any crime from 20 hours to 24 hours. (LR# 3883L.01I)
HB 1531 Bringer, Rachel
Permits nursing home districts to establish and maintain senior housing in any county of the third classification within its corporate limits.(LR# 3882L.02I)
HB 1532 Bringer, Rachel
Creates the Economic Development Through Community Schools Fund. (LR# 4402L.01I)
HB 1533 Liese, Albert
Establishes the Missouri Logging Industry Licensing Board. (LR# 4626L.01I)
HB 1534 Donnelly, Margaret
Authorizes a deferral of taxes on real property owned by citizens who are 62 years of age or older. (LR# 4344L.01I)
HB 1535 Donnelly, Margaret
Creates a form for all verified pleadings under Chapter 452, RSMo. (LR# 4374L.01I)
HB 1536 Schlottach, Charles
Changes the allocation of Solid Waste Management Fund moneys. (LR# 4649L.01I)
HB 1537 Graham, Charles
Increases gaming fees and tax rates for higher education funding. (LR# 4250L.02I)
HB 1538 Dixon, Bob
Opens certain juvenile court records and proceedings to the public. (LR# 4239L.01I)
HB 1539 Dixon, Bob
Prohibits certain felons from running for office and restricts other felons from running for five years after release. (LR# 4275L.01I)
HB 1540 Dixon, Bob
Requires incarcerated offenders to pay a $3 fee every time they receive nonemergency medical, dental, or optometric services. (LR# 4342L.01I)
HB 1541 Dixon, Bob
Creates a civil cause of action by licensees against minors who misrepresent their age to obtain liquor. (LR# 4523L.01I)
HB 1542 Dixon, Bob
Creates a cause of action for wrongful imprisonment. (LR# 4379L.01I)
HB 1543 Dixon, Bob
Revises the statute relating to law enforcement records by prohibiting the release of an officer's name concerning complaints against them unless they are charged or receive a formal disciplinary action.(LR# 4378L.01I)
HB 1544 Dixon, Bob
Creates a $2 surcharge in criminal cases to be paid to the sheriff where the violation occurred to offset expenses for housing prisoners in the county jail.(LR# 4240L.01I)
HB 1545 Dempsey, Tom
Requires board members of home rule city boards to be city residents. (LR# 4388L.01I)
HB 1546 Moore, Danie
Creates the Ground Water Protection Fund and restricts information the Department of Natural Resources can divulge about contractors. (LR# 4696L.01I)
HB 1547 Wood, Dennis
Requires a subsequent countywide vote to follow a favorable citywide vote authorizing the licensing of gambling boats located on any river of the state other than the Mississippi or Missouri rivers.(LR# 4699L.01I)
CCS SCS HB 1548 Crawford, Larry
Requires that eligible state employees be paid for overtime hours worked unless the employee requests compensatory time off and revises the statutes relating to the whistleblower laws.(LR# 4700S.04T)
HB 1549 Hoskins, Theodore
Permits election day voter registration at polling places. (LR# 4643L.01I)
HB 1550 Burnett, John
Revises the statute on employers being exempt from the Workers' Compensation Law. (LR# 4694L.01I)
HB 1551 Davis, Cynthia
Modifies the requirements for granting grandparent visitation. (LR# 4691L.01I)
HB 1552 Sager, R
Defines "universally designed lifetime homes." (LR# 3481L.01I)
HB 1553 Sager, R
Designates the month of March as "Irish History Month." (LR# 3532L.01I)
HB 1554 Sager, R
Creates the Lifetime Home Fund. (LR# 3482L.01I)
HB 1555 Sager, R
Establishes the Missouri Uniform Communications Act for Homeland Security. (LR# 4510L.01I)
HB 1556 Sager, R
Designates the month of October as "German History Month." (LR# 4315L.01I)
HB 1557 Shoemyer, Wes
Establishes the Child Support Insurance Act. (LR# 4703L.01I)
HB 1558 Shoemyer, Wes
Establishes a health benefit purchasing cooperative pilot project. (LR# 4252L.01I)
HB 1559 Bringer, Rachel
Changes the times when drivers must use their vehicle lights to one-half hour before sunset and one-half hour after sunrise. (LR# 3880L.01I)
HB 1560 Bringer, Rachel
Authorizes certain counties to impose a county sales tax for emergency services without reorganizing the existing board administering the emergency services.(LR# 3881L.02I)
HB 1561 Bringer, Rachel
Increases the county administrative services fee from 3% to 5% in counties of the third classification. (LR# 3878L.01I)
HB 1562 Smith, Joe
Revises the senior citizen/disabled person property tax credit known as circuit breaker. (LR# 4401L.01I)
HB 1563 Schoemehl, Sue
Requires all hospitals to report to the Department of Health and Senior Services the number of staph infections diagnosed and treated at their facility.(LR# 4365L.01I)
HB 1564 Taylor, Larry
Revises the statutes relating to property tax protests. (LR# 4625L.01I)
HB 1565 Crawford, Larry
Clarifies that fees collected for concealed weapon permits may be used by the sheriff to cover the expenses related to processing the permits.(LR# 4731L.01I)
SCS HS HCS HB 1566 Stefanick, Jodi
Limits eligibility for certain medical assistance benefits to amounts appropriated for these benefits. (LR# 4719S.08C)
HB 1567 Townley, Merrill
Specifies procedures for gravel removal by noncommercial operators on privately owned land. (LR# 4658L.01I)
HB 1568 Zweifel, Charles
Revises the statute on penalties for failure to yield at an intersection by adding surcharges and suspensions under certain circumstances.(LR# 4743L.01I)
HB 1569 Kingery, Gayle
Prohibits certain elected officials from accepting state employment for two years after their term of office expires. (LR# 4576L.01I)
HB 1570 Stefanick, Jodi
Restricts the ability of health insurers to change the diagnosis and treatment codes entered by providers, prohibits insurers from charging providers to participate, and requires advance notice of fee changes.(LR# 4052L.01I)
HB 1571 Wallace, Maynard
Requires semiannual payments of real and personal property taxes. (LR# 3815L.01I)
HB 1572 St. Onge, Neal
Requires the Office of Administration to implement the Oversight Review Committee's recommendations on Minority Business Enterprises and Women's Business Enterprises not domiciled in Missouri.(LR# 4573L.02I)
HB 1573 Morris, Larry
Provides for licensing of marital and family therapists. (LR# 4493L.01I)
HB 1574 Viebrock, James
Creates penalties for certain uses of cellular or other wireless devices in polling places. (LR# 4243L.01I)
HB 1575 Mayer, Robert
Reenacts Sections 416.615 and 416.640, RSMo, relating to the sale of motor fuel below cost. (LR# 4677L.01I)
HB 1576 Mayer, Robert
Removes the public notice requirement for a change of name if the petitioner is a victim of domestic violence, child abuse, or domestic abuse.(LR# 3303L.01I)
HB 1577 Mayer, Robert
Clarifies that a review hearing under the administrative segregation of offenders statute is not a contested case pursuant to Chapter 536, RSMo, and not subject to the rules of evidence.(LR# 4391L.01I)
HB 1578 Deeken, Bill
Modifies the authority of the Missouri Commission on Human Rights to allow the commission to solicit funds or property and accept fees. (LR# 4529L.01I)
HB 1579 Holand, Roy
Revises the statutes relating to dissolution of marriage and child support. (LR# 2436L.01I)
HB 1580 George, Thomas
Revises the statutes relating to prevailing wages on public works. (LR# 3531L.02I)
HB 1581 Zweifel, Charles
Prohibits health insurers from discriminating against any willing provider in the geographic region of the health benefit plan. (LR# 4750L.01I)
HB 1582 Schlottach, Charles
Revises statutes relating to special license plates, delinquent registrations, annual registration fees, trailer registration fees, license tabs and window stickers, and reissuance of license plates.(LR# 4737L.01I)
HB 1583 Schlottach, Charles
Revises statutes relating to motor vehicle licensing and establishes new statutes relating to special license plates. (LR# 4738L.01I)
HB 1584 Phillips, Susan
Revises the crime of unlawful use of a weapon by making it a class B misdemeanor to, with criminal negligence, carry a firearm or other weapon into certain areas of an airport.(LR# 4775L.01I)
HB 1585 Brown, Jason
Revises the crime of assault of a law enforcement officer or emergency personnel in the second and third degree. (LR# 4346L.01I)
HB 1586 Cooper, Shannon
Establishes the Reorganized Common Sewer District Act and the Sanitary Sewer Improvement Area Act. (LR# 3970L.01I)
HB 1587 Johnson, Rick
Removes certain exemptions in the telemarketing no-call list. (LR# 3596L.01I)
HB 1588 Byrd, Richard
Provides immunity for real estate licensees for certain statements made by home inspectors. (LR# 4774L.01I)
HB 1589 Hanaway, Catherine
Authorizes the issuance of certain revenue bonds by the University of Missouri. (LR# 4507L.02I)
HB 1590 Portwood, Charles
Adds failing to summon aid as an element of involuntary manslaughter in certain drug-related crimes. (LR# 3283L.01I)
HB 1591 Morris, Larry
Expands the definition of "marital and family therapy." (LR# 4804L.01I)
HB 1592 Crawford, Larry
Allows the Highways and Transportation Commission to conduct compliance audits upon a motor carrier request. (LR# 4800L.01I)
HB 1593 Walker, Vicki
Prohibits statewide elected officials and members of the General Assembly from participating in lobbying activities within 12 months of leaving office.(LR# 4215L.02I)
HB 1594 Zweifel, Charles
Extends the termination date of certain statutes relating to nuisances in the City of Hazelwood. (LR# 4753L.01I)
HB 1595 Byrd, Richard
Expands the definition of "municipality" for purposes of downtown and rural development. (LR# 4835L.01I)
HB 1596 Zweifel, Charles
Raises the coverage under the Basic Property Insurance Inspection and Placement Program from $100,000 to $200,000. (LR# 4816L.01I)
HB 1597 Wilson, Larry
Authorizes rural empowerment zones. (LR# 4030L.01I)
HB 1598 Shoemaker, Christoper
Extends the time period of the enterprise zones in Linn and Macon counties and authorizes an enterprise zone in Shelby County. (LR# 4644L.01I)
SCS HS HB 1599 Ervin, Doug
Establishes the Joint Committee on Government Accountability to make a continuing study and analysis of inefficiencies in state government. (LR# 4678S.03T)
HB 1600 Crawford, Larry
Provides that concealed carry endorsements on drivers' licenses expire three years from the date of the certificate of qualification issued by the county sheriff of the applicant's residence.(LR# 4856L.01I)
HB 1601 Purgason, Chuck
Revises the statutes relating to the County Sheriff's Revolving Fund by allowing the funds to be used to pay for the expenses associated with the processing of concealed carry endorsements.(LR# 4845L.01I)
HB 1602 St. Onge, Neal
Clarifies that excavation of minerals or fill dirt for the purpose of construction projects does not require the obtaining of mining permits.(LR# 4732L.01I)
HB 1603 Lager, Brad
Reenacts and authorizes the republication of Section 135.766, RSMo, relating to a tax credit for small business guaranty fees. (LR# 4674L.01T)
HB 1604 Bean, Otto
Modifies the requirements for securing a cotton lien for nonpayment of an assessment. (LR# 4815L.01I)
HB 1605 Bean, Otto
Modifies the definition of "qualified employment" for purposes of nursing student loan programs to include employment at hospitals in areas of need.(LR# 4692L.01I)
HB 1606 Dougherty, Curt
Authorizes political subdivisions to recertify first responders in CPR. (LR# 4661L.02I)
HB 1607 Hobbs, Steve
Adds overgrown or noxious weeds to the conditions for which counties of the first classification can enact an ordinance. (LR# 3916L.01I)
HB 1608 Dougherty, Curt
Authorizes the conveyance of state property in the City of Independence. (LR# 4796L.01I)
HB 1609 Fraser, Barbara
Requires entities emitting more than 30 pounds of mercury per year to pay a fine. (LR# 4404L.02I)
HB 1610 Ward, Daniel
Designates the "Trooper Jesse R. Jenkins Memorial Highway." (LR# 4794L.01I)
HB 1611 Dethrow, Mike
Gives motor vehicle owners the option of biennial motor vehicle registration and four-year motor vehicle registration. (LR# 4802L.01I)
HB 1612 Bringer, Rachel
Authorizes the conveyance of state property to the City of Hannibal. (LR# 4801L.01I)
SCS HB 1613 AND HB 1445 AND HB 1454 AND HB 1462 AND Morris, Larry
Authorizes the conveyance of various state property. (LR# 4726S.02T)
HCS HB 1614 Holand, Roy
Extends the expiration date for the Mental Health and Chemical Dependency Insurance Act until January 1, 2011. (LR# 4873L.02T)
HB 1615 Dempsey, Tom
Requires auto-dealer franchisors to give notice to same line dealers one year before moving into the area. (LR# 4698L.01I)
HB 1616 Hanaway, Catherine
Revises requirements for the publication of administrative rules. (LR# 4447L.01T)
CCS HCS HB 1617 Hanaway, Catherine
Makes it unlawful to obstruct a securities investigation or administrative proceeding and allows the securities commissioner to conduct investigations and promulgate rules.(LR# 4518L.02T)
HB 1618 Skaggs, Trent
Revises the statutes relating to the crimes of assault of a law enforcement officer or emergency personnel in the first, second, and third degree by adding security officers.(LR# 4752L.01I)
HB 1619 Holand, Roy
Establishes the Consumer Protection Act for Wheeled Mobility. (LR# 4594L.01I)
HB 1620 Muckler, Matthew
Increases the surcharges on civil actions and fees on marriage licenses to provide funding for certain homeless shelters. (LR# 2808L.02I)
HB 1621 Hampton, Mark
Allows retired teachers to have association dues deducted from retirement benefits, eliminates taxation of death benefit, removes 80% cost-of-living adjustment cap, and removes 10.5% floor.(LR# 4728L.01I)
HB 1622 Wasson, Jay
Revises the definition of "cosmetology establishment." (LR# 4769L.01T)
HB 1623 Brooks, Sharon
Removes an outdated reference to the State Training School for Negro Girls and other outdated institutional references. (LR# 4870L.02I)
HB 1624 Mayer, Robert
Establishes the Missouri Grain Indemnity Corporation. (LR# 4442L.01I)
HB 1625 Muckler, Matthew
Revises the statutes relating to local use taxes in St. Louis County. (LR# 4805L.01I)
HB 1626 Stevenson, Bryan
Establishes the Interstate Compact for Juveniles. (LR# 4817L.01I)
HB 1627 Sutherland, Mike
Establishes the Large Carnivore Act which regulates the ownership, possession, and breeding of large carnivores. (LR# 4735L.01I)
HB 1628 Stefanick, Jodi
Increases the maximum amount a small village may impose in business license taxes. (LR# 4893L.01I)
HB 1629 Dempsey, Tom
Requires passenger seat belts on every school bus beginning with the 2004-2005 school year and creates the School Bus Seat Belt Fund to help school districts pay for the seat belts.(LR# 4795L.01I)
HB 1630 May, Bob
Establishes the Registered Surgical Assistant and Registered Surgical Technologist Title Protection Act. (LR# 3508L.01I)
HCS HB 1631 & 1623 Dixon, Bob
Removes an outdated reference to the State Training School for Negro Girls and other outdated institutional references. (LR# 4877L.03T)
HB 1632 Hampton, Mark
Allows donated venison to be processed in a facility approved by the Department of Agriculture's Meat Inspection Program. (LR# 4889L.01I)
HB 1633 Bruns, Mark
Changes possession of child pornography to a class D felony. (LR# 4897L.02I)
SCS HB 1634 Behnen, Robert
Revises the statutes on military discharge records and other vital records. (LR# 4899S.03T)
HB 1635 Salva, Ray
Authorizes the conveyance of state property in the City of Independence. (LR# 4797L.01I)
HB 1636 Smith, Joe
Requires helmets for individuals 17 years old and younger who are bicycling on property owned by a political subdivision of this state. (LR# 4880L.01I)
HB 1637 Johnson, Rick
Revises the statutes relating to sexual misconduct in the second and third degree by adding an alternative element of being in a public place in the presence of another person or persons.(LR# 3667L.01I)
HB 1638 Johnson, Rick
Prohibits state appropriations of a single lump-sum amount to any one executive department. (LR# 3597L.01I)
HB 1639 Johnson, Rick
Makes certain diseases an occupational disability for workers' compensation coverage of peace officers. (LR# 4091L.01I)
HB 1640 Johnson, Rick
Revises workers' compensation benefits. (LR# 3248L.01I)
HB 1641 Page, Sam
Coordinates the benefits for the federal Medicare Prescription Drug Improvement and Modernization Act of 2003. (LR# 4860L.01I)
HB 1642 Dempsey, Tom
Establishes the Life Sciences Reinvestment Act. (LR# 4268L.01I)
HB 1643 Johnson, Robert
Revises the statutes relating to temporary police military leave. (LR# 4704L.02I)
HB 1644 McKenna, Ryan
Allows Jefferson and Clay counties to establish county municipal courts and to adopt orders with penal provisions in the areas of traffic violations, solid waste management, and animal control.(LR# 4882L.01I)
HB 1645 Kelly, Van
Authorizes an enterprize zone in Douglas County. (LR# 4872L.01I)
HB 1646 Engler, Kevin
Creates a cause of action for making false claims for money or property against the state. (LR# 4308L.02I)
HB 1647 Wilson, Victoria
Allows the Department of Health and Senior Services to establish rules creating licensing and permit fees and directing where they should be deposited.(LR# 4909L.01I)
HB 1648 Wasson, Jay
Excludes certain amounts of Social Security and military retirement benefits from income taxation. (LR# 4690L.01I)
HB 1649 Cunningham, Jane
Relates to teacher certification. (LR# 4642L.01I)
HB 1650 Dixon, Bob
Requires the State Highway Patrol to check the state's sex offender registry whenever a request for an open criminal records background check is made by an individual.(LR# 4919L.01I)
HB 1651 Goodman, Jack
Revises various statutes relating to court procedures. (LR# 4610L.01I)
HB 1652 Brown, Jason
Changes the allocation of moneys in the Solid Waste Management Fund. (LR# 4467L.01I)
HB 1653 Brown, Jason
Requires consolidated public library district trustees to reside within the district as well as in the county they represent. (LR# 4888L.01I)
HB 1654 Smith, Joe
Requires health insurance coverage for fertility treatments. (LR# 3285L.02I)
HB 1655 Johnson, Rick
Requires a minimum reimbursement for emergency services in a tax increment financing district. (LR# 4917L.01I)
HB 1656 Wright-Jones, Robin
Removes an outdated reference to the State Training School for Negro Girls and other outdated institutional references. (LR# 4886L.01I)
HB 1657 Wright-Jones, Robin
Establishes the Women's Right to Know Act to raise public awareness about the existence and availability of emergency contraception. (LR# 4607L.01I)
HB 1658 Wright-Jones, Robin
Changes the name of Harris-Stowe State College to Harris-Stowe State University. (LR# 4912L.01I)
HB 1659 Wright-Jones, Robin
Revises the statutes relating to special business districts. (LR# 3600L.01I)
SCS HCS HB 1660 Lager, Brad
Revises the statutes pertaining to accident reports and their disclosure. (LR# 4924S.03T)
HB 1661 Wilson, Kevin
Provides that members of the School for the Deaf Board of Advisors be appointed by the Commissioner of Education. (LR# 4024L.01I)
HB 1662 Cunningham, Jane
Revises the statutes relating to workers' compensation. (LR# 4911L.01I)
HB 1663 Sander, Therese
Allows for a special license plate for immediate family members of any military member killed in the line of duty. (LR# 4929L.01I)
HB 1664 Hanaway, Catherine
Revises registration procedures for business entities that must register with the Secretary of State. (LR# 4519L.02T)
SCS HB 1665 Hanaway, Catherine
Clarifies that the Department of Insurance has the sole state authority to regulate variable annuity contracts and requires the department to adopt rules to enforce investor suitability standards.(LR# 4517S.05C)
HB 1666 Ruestman, Marilyn
Allows for a special license plate for supporters of the American Heart Association with the "Go Red For Women" emblem. (LR# 4926L.01I)
HB 1667 Ruestman, Marilyn
Designates the "Mel Hancock Freeway." (LR# 4907L.01I)
HB 1668 Schneider, Vicki
Authorizes the creation of a theater, cultural arts, and entertainment district in St. Charles County. (LR# 4766L.01I)
HB 1669 Sutherland, Mike
Increases the tax deduction for long-term care insurance from 50% to 100% of premiums paid and requires certain state agencies to implement strategies to increase awareness of the tax deduction.(LR# 4906L.02I)
HB 1670 Portwood, Charles
Provides lifetime hunting and fishing licenses to military personnel who served in Iraq during Operation Iraqi Freedom and all war veterans who are Missouri residents.(LR# 3517L.01I)
HCS HB 1671 Hanaway, Catherine
Authorizes the president of any public university in this state to present financial commitments on behalf of the university to fund an endowed life sciences research chair academic position.(LR# 4197L.04C)
HB 1672 Stevenson, Bryan
Provides that college-owned book stores may not provide credit or financial aid for books at official stores without providing for the use of credit or financial aid at non-affiliated book stores.(LR# 4734L.01I)
HB 1673 Stevenson, Bryan
Requires fire protection service rates to be rationally related to the cost of providing water and hydrants. (LR# 4307L.01I)
HB 1674 Smith, Joe
Freezes tuition rates from the time Missouri undergraduates enter college until they graduate. (LR# 4898L.01I)
HB 1675 Pratt, Bryan
Revises a statute relating to Kansas City municipal judges. (LR# 4913L.01I)
HB 1676 Yates, Brian
Establishes the Competitive Government Act. (LR# 4931L.01I)
HB 1677 Jackson, Jackie
Prohibits a state agency or child-placing agency from placing a child with a person who is in a sexual relationship with someone other than a spouse.(LR# 4932L.01I)
HB 1678 St. Onge, Neal
Establishes the Missouri State Unemployment Council. (LR# 4916L.01I)
HB 1679 Sager, R
Designates St. Patrick's Day, March 17, as a state holiday. (LR# 3533L.01I)
HB 1680 Sutherland, Mike
Establishes a depreciation schedule for tangible personal property. (LR# 4871L.02I)
HB 1681 Morris, Larry
Requires the Attorney General to furnish legal services, upon request, to any public school teacher being sued in his or her capacity as a teacher.(LR# 4940L.01I)
HB 1682 Morris, Larry
Requires the Attorney General to provide legal services, upon request, to any school district sued by a third party. (LR# 4939L.01I)
HB 1683 Morris, Larry
Clarifies that sovereign immunity applies to all public school teachers while they are performing their official duties. (LR# 4941L.01I)
HB 1684 Lawson, Maurice
Authorizes a tax credit for taxpayers installing qualified net metering units. (LR# 4908L.01I)
HB 1685 Carnahan, Russ
Provides for in-person absentee voting in all elections. (LR# 4613L.03I)
HB 1686 Corcoran, Michael
Authorizes an enterprise zone in the City of St. Ann. (LR# 4881L.01I)
HB 1687 Wright-Jones, Robin
Creates the crime of criminally negligent storage of a firearm. (LR# 4950L.01I)
HB 1688 Wright-Jones, Robin
Requires inspection stations conducting emissions testing to maintain liability insurance to cover possible damage to vehicles during the testing process.(LR# 4955L.01I)
HB 1689 Wright-Jones, Robin
Allows elected officials to be excused from jury duty during their term of office. (LR# 4953L.01I)
HB 1690 Wright-Jones, Robin
Requires owners or operators of motor vehicle inspection stations to maintain liability insurance to cover possible damage to vehicles during the inspection process.(LR# 4954L.01I)
HB 1691 Wright-Jones, Robin
Allows defendants to assert legal or equitable defenses, setoffs, or counterclaims in unlawful detainer actions. (LR# 4952L.01I)
HB 1692 Cooper, Shannon
Establishes depreciation tables for television broadcasting equipment. (LR# 4910L.01I)
HB 1693 Wilson, Victoria
Revises the statutes regarding the collection of evidence of a sexual assault and the procedures used in the examination and treatment of victims of sexual assault.(LR# 4683L.02I)
HB 1694 Schoemehl, Sue
Allows armored car crew members who have a valid permit or license issued by any political subdivision in the state to carry concealable firearms anywhere in the state.(LR# 4555L.01I)
HB 1695 Luetkemeyer, William
Establishes guidelines for acquisition of utility companies, which are violating clean water laws, by larger utility companies. (LR# 4960L.01I)
HB 1696 Lembke, Jim
Requires the disclosure of ownership interests of any lessor of real property leased to a state agency. (LR# 4942L.01I)
HB 1697 Cooper, Shannon
Revises the statute relating to transactions involving trade-ins on motor vehicles. (LR# 4963L.01I)
HB 1698 Guest, Jim
Requires driver's license applicants under age 18 to show high school enrollment, attendance rate greater than 85%, and minimum GPA of 1.75 or satisfactory progress in an alternative education program.(LR# 4857L.01I)
HB 1699 Shoemaker, Christoper
Revises the Korean Conflict Medallion Program to include veterans in any state adjacent to Missouri. (LR# 4920L.01I)
HB 1700 Wilson, Victoria
Revises the procedures required in law enfocement investigations and establishes the Laboratory Oversight Committee. (LR# 4975L.01I)
HB 1701 Purgason, Chuck
Authorizes an income tax deduction for any income received by active duty military service personnel in a combat zone. (LR# 4968L.01I)
HCS HB 1702 Thompson, Betty
Authorizes a tax credit for contributions to nonprofit educational assistance programs. (LR# 4997L.02C)
HB 1703 Cooper, Shannon
Enhances the powers of certain public entities to execute and perform financing arrangements. (LR# 4869L.01I)
HB 1704 Stevenson, Bryan
Revises the statutes relating to the award of child custody and modification of custody orders. (LR# 4994L.01I)
HB 1705 Hunter, Steve
Gives racetrack owners, operators, or users immunity from civil and criminal liability for noise pollution if the racetrack meets certain conditions.(LR# 4979L.01I)
HB 1706 Davis, Cynthia
Authorizes an income tax credit for property taxes paid by school volunteers in St. Charles County. (LR# 4914L.01I)
HB 1707 St. Onge, Neal
Establishes the Small Business Employee Training Program and the Missouri Small Business Employee Training Fund. (LR# 4733L.01I)
HB 1708 Jackson, Jackie
Creates the Missouri Military Family Relief Fund and provides for contribution designations to the fund on income tax returns. (LR# 4996L.01I)
HB 1709 Jolly, Cathy
Revises subsection 8 of Section 558.016, RSMo, relating to parole, by providing that the subsection does not apply to convictions occuring before June 27, 2003.(LR# 5012L.01I)
HB 1710 Lager, Brad
Allows Northwest Missouri State University to be transferred to the authority of the curators of the University of Missouri. (LR# 5006L.01I)
HB 1711 Bishop, Daniel
Authorizes a 50% discount on driver's license fees when an individual 18 years of age and older adds his or her name to the organ donor registry.(LR# 4962L.01I)
HB 1712 Cooper, Shannon
Authorizes an additional adjustment on the disposal of assets and authorizes a negative federal income to be reported on the state income tax return in a net operating loss year.(LR# 5000L.01I)
HB 1713 Cooper, Shannon
Revises various statutes relating to tax collection. (LR# 4904L.02I)
HB 1714 Cunningham, Jane
Revises the definition of "all-terrain vehicle." (LR# 5014L.01I)
HB 1715 May, Bob
Designates the "Korean War Veterans Association Memorial Highway." (LR# 4949L.01I)
HB 1716 Daus, Mike
Requires all temporary permits or license plates to be issued by the Department of Revenue and entirely eliminates the car dealer's present authority to issue these tags.(LR# 4973L.01I)
HB 1717 Morris, Larry
Excludes Social Security benefits from state income taxation. (LR# 4936L.01I)
HB 1718 Morris, Larry
Limits civil liability for school employees administering health care services in public school districts. (LR# 5016L.01I)
HB 1719 Lembke, Jim
Suspends the motor vehicle emissions inspection program. (LR# 4858L.02I)
HB 1720 Mayer, Robert
Creates the crime of aggravated trespass in a movie theater and provides theater owners with immunity from civil liability in certain circumstances.(LR# 5011L.01I)
HB 1721 Jetton, Rod
Prohibits recovery for damages if the owner or operator of a motor vehicle fails to maintain financial responsibility or if certain public safety offenses are committed.(LR# 4896L.01I)
HB 1722 Cooper, Robert
Requires the equal treatment of science instruction regarding evolution and intelligent design. (LR# 5031L.01I)
HB 1723 Dixon, Bob
Allows municipalities and counties to establish school zones with enhanced fines for speeding and moving violations in designated areas.(LR# 4969L.01I)
HB 1724 Pratt, Bryan
Authorizes local regulation of fuel storage tanks in Jackson County. (LR# 4343L.03I)
HB 1725 Harris, Jeff
Expands the notification rights of crime victims and witnesses. (LR# 5036L.01I)
HB 1726 Jolly, Cathy
Requires the prosecuting attorney who prosecuted the original criminal case to represent the state in any court hearing to determine probation, parole, or other alternative sentencing.(LR# 5037L.01I)
HB 1727 Harris, Jeff
Creates the Missouri Military Family Relief Fund and provides for contribution designations to the fund on income tax returns. (LR# 5002L.01I)
HB 1728 Donnelly, Margaret
Revises the statutes relating to jurisdiction over full orders of protection and the definition of "stalking" for purposes of adult and child orders of protection.(LR# 4814L.03I)
HB 1729 Shoemyer, Wes
Authorizes a tax credit for the increase in property taxes paid on commercial production agricultural property. (LR# 4947L.01I)
HB 1730 Stevenson, Bryan
Makes discretionary several audits performed by the State Auditor. (LR# 4934L.01I)
HB 1731 Muckler, Matthew
Revises the list of factors to be considered when determining child support obligations. (LR# 5044L.01I)
HB 1732 Parker, Sherman
Alters the state's tax structure and establishes a new means of distributing education funds. (LR# 5013L.01I)
HB 1733 Parker, Sherman
Revises the statutes relating to concealed firearms to allow certain governmental bodies to prohibit or limit the carrying of them in playgrounds, parks, pools, and athletic or recreational facilities.(LR# 5030L.01I)
HB 1734 Munzlinger, Brian
Authorizes public notices to be published in certain newspapers. (LR# 5029L.01I)
HB 1735 Morris, Larry
Authorizes a deferral of property taxes on real property owned by citizens 65 years of age or older. (LR# 4938L.01I)
HB 1736 Cunningham, Jane
Requires any sale or transfer of methamphetamine precursor drugs to be recorded and the signature of the receiver secured. (LR# 5046L.01I)
HB 1737 Cunningham, Jane
Relates to school credit for students transferring into an accredited public school district from an unaccredited public or nonpublic school or a home school.(LR# 4964L.02I)
HB 1738 Parker, Sherman
Creates the Sickle Cell Anemia Fund. (LR# 5033L.01I)
HB 1739 Page, Sam
Modifies the Missouri Small Business Health Reinsurance Program. (LR# 4903L.01I)
HB 1740 Sutherland, Mike
Establishes the Manufactured Home Installation Act. (LR# 5054L.01I)
HB 1741 Donnelly, Margaret
Makes employees of the Centralized Emergency Dispatching System eligible for membership in LAGERS after the dispatching system becomes an "employer" under Section 70.600, RSMo.(LR# 5042L.01I)
HB 1742 Fraser, Barbara
Designates "The Great River State" as the official state slogan of Missouri. (LR# 5003L.01I)
HB 1743 Byrd, Richard
Revises the statutes relating to court procedures and court personnel. (LR# 5055L.01I)
HB 1744 Walton, Juanita
Eliminates the use of any automated voting equipment and requires only paper ballots for all elections. (LR# 4992L.01I)
HB 1745 Schoemehl, Sue
Requires a valid, current driver's license if used for voter identification purposes. (LR# 5048L.01I)
HB 1746 Reinhart, Geralyn
Designates the "Richard L. Harriman Memorial Highway." (LR# 5045L.01I)
HB 1747 Townley, Merrill
Authorizes a transient guest tax in the City of Hermann. (LR# 5061L.01I)
HB 1748 Ward, Daniel
Requires a review of the cases of certain juveniles taken into state custody to determine whether the juvenile should receive a psychological evaluation.(LR# 2442L.01I)
HB 1749 Harris, Jeff
Authorizes a research and development tax credit for certain businesses. (LR# 5058L.01I)
HB 1750 Yates, Brian
Modifies the salary of members of the General Assembly for Fiscal Year 2005. (LR# 4277L.01I)
HB 1751 Harris, Jeff
Establishes the Missouri State Workers' Compensation Council. (LR# 4998L.01I)
HB 1752 Harris, Jeff
Authorizes an enterprise zone in the City of Columbia. (LR# 2546L.01I)
HB 1753 Sager, R
Establishes scholarship programs for community college students. (LR# 4627L.01I)
HB 1754 Sager, R
Revises the crime of fraudulently stopping payment on a check. (LR# 5082L.01I)
HB 1755 Parker, Sherman
Establishes the Office of Minority Affairs, the Council for Historically Underutilized Businesses, and the Small and Minority Business Mentor-Protegee Program.(LR# 5040L.01I)
HB 1756 Sager, R
Makes it unlawful for an unauthorized person to use a traffic signal preemption system to control traffic. (LR# 5079L.01I)
HB 1757 Sager, R
Revises the crime of fraudulently stopping payment on a check. (LR# 5083L.01I)
HB 1758 Sager, R
Provides that teachers and administrators not be held liable for failing, suspending, or expelling a student for a proven act of plagiarism.(LR# 5081L.01I)
HB 1759 Sager, R
Allows teachers and administrative staff of public schools and institutions of higher education to hold public office at the same time as their school job.(LR# 5080L.02I)
HB 1760 Sager, R
Requires the Department of Health and Senior Services to develop and implement an abortion reduction program to reduce the number of unwanted pregnancies.(LR# 5086L.01I)
HB 1761 Cunningham, Mike
Authorizes contribution designations to the Department of Elementary and Secondary Education on the Missouri income tax return form. (LR# 4803L.01I)
HB 1762 Cunningham, Mike
Authorizes informational signs on highways for senior citizen centers. (LR# 4978L.01I)
HB 1763 Witte, Terry
Expands the definition of a "city" authorized to impose a transportation sales tax. (LR# 4863L.01I)
HB 1764 Page, Sam
Exempts the failure to exhibit an insurance identification card from the definition of "moving violation" in Section 302.010, RSMo. (LR# 5070L.01I)
HB 1765 Zweifel, Charles
Requires lobbyists to file expenditure reports for each member of a legislative committee when expenditures are made on behalf of the committee.(LR# 5077L.01I)
HB 1766 Burnett, John
Revises various statutes relating to medical malpractice insurance. (LR# 5090L.01I)
HB 1767 Page, Sam
Creates the crime of criminally negligent storage of a firearm. (LR# 5088L.01I)
HB 1768 Sager, R
Establishes the Abstinence First Pregnancy Prevention Program. (LR# 5089L.01I)
HB 1769 Carnahan, Russ
Revises the statutes relating to absentee voting and advance voting. (LR# 5091L.01I)
HCR 1 Crowell, Jason
Authorizes a joint session of the House and Senate to receive the State of the Judiciary address by the Chief Justice. (LR# 3659L.02I)
HCR 2 Crowell, Jason
Authorizes a joint session of the House and Senate to receive the State of the State address by the Governor. (LR# 3658L.03I)
HCR 3 Crowell, Jason
Authorizes a joint session of the House and Senate to receive the State of the State of Transportation address by the Director of MoDOT.(LR# 3660L.02I)
HCR 4 Whorton, Jim
Requests every state agency that issues licenses to review prohibitions for licensure and determine whether the criminal convictions are relevant to the nature of the licensure.(LR# 2816L.01I)
HCR 5 Byrd, Richard
Disapproves the final order of rulemaking for the proposed amendment to 1 CSR 10-4.010 relating to the State of Missouri Vendor Payroll Deductions.(LR# 3806L.01I)
HCR 6 LeVota, Paul
Encourages the Governor to utilize the services of management consultants or efficiency experts to review and make recommendations on all existing governmental operations.(LR# 2626L.01I)
HCR 7 Boykins, Amber
Designates the third Monday and Tuesday of February as "Delta Days." (LR# 2987L.01I)
HCR 8 Boykins, Amber
Designates the first Thursday in February as "African American Business Enterprise Day." (LR# 2986L.01I)
HCR 9 Parker, Sherman
Urges the United States Congress to amend the requirements of Social Security to permit individuals to invest a portion of their Social Security taxes in personal retirement accounts.(LR# 3801L.01I)
HCR 10 Myers, Peter
Designates Menfro soil as representing the many fertile soils of the State of Missouri. (LR# 3953L.01I)
HCR 11 Zweifel, Charles
Urges the United States Congress to immediately repeal the Government Pension Offset and Windfall Elimination Provision of the Social Security Act.(LR# 3875L.01I)
HCR 12 Kelly, Gary
Designates Miss Missouri as an official hostess for the State of Missouri. (LR# 3450L.01T)
HCR 13 Yates, Brian
Authorizes the Committee on Legislative Research to collate, index, print, and bind all acts and resolutions of the Ninety-second General Assembly, Second Regular Session.(LR# 3945L.01I)
HCR 14 Jackson, Jackie
Affirms the Missouri Legislature's support of the use of the national motto "In God We Trust" in public buildings in Missouri. (LR# 3799L.01I)
HCR 15 Carnahan, Russ
Urges the State of Missouri to recognize the yellow with three red stripes heritage and freedom flag as the official flag of the Vietnamese-American community.(LR# 3599L.01I)
HCR 16 Baker, Brian
Urges the members of the Missouri Congressional Delegation to support funding for Kansas City SmartPort, Inc. (LR# 4223L.01I)
HCR 17 Bivins, Walt
Urges the United States Congress to immediately repeal the Government Pension Offset and Windfall Elimination Provision of the Social Security Act.(LR# 3911L.01I)
HCR 18 Carnahan, Russ
Urges the United States Congress to reject the Commission on the United States Postal Service's recommendation to base postal services on profit seeking motives or to cut services to any community.(LR# 4314L.01I)
HCR 19 Moore, Danie
Urges the State Board of Education to encourage the adoption of service-learning programs and projects among school districts. (LR# 2480L.01I)
HCR 20 LeVota, Paul
Urges the United States Congress to immediately repeal the Government Pension Offset and Windfall Elimination Provision of the Social Security Act.(LR# 4394L.01I)
SCS HCR 21 Ruestman, Marilyn
Reauthorizes the Poultry Industry Committee to continue its study of the economic and environmental impact of the poultry industry in this state.(LR# 4220S.02C)
HCR 22 Jackson, Jackie
Requests the Department of Transportation, in consultation with the Public Service Commission, to study the problems associated with telecommunications towers located in close proximity to airports.(LR# 4511L.01I)
HCR 23 Baker, Brian
Urges the Governor, the President of the United States, and the United Congress to oppose any effort to allow trucks to enter Missouri without first being inspected at the border of the United States.(LR# 4560L.01I)
HCR 24 Crowell, Jason
Designates February 6 as "Ronald Reagan Day." (LR# 4575L.01I)
HCR 25 Harris, Belinda
Urges the Air and Land Protection Division of the Department of Natural Resources to assist any applicant requesting to locate a facility in Missouri that provides asphalt roofing shingle recycling.(LR# 4461L.01I)
HCR 26 Harris, Belinda
Urges the Air and Land Protection Division of the Department of Natural Resources to permit plasma-arc torch technology to be used in the state for solid waste disposal.(LR# 3609L.03I)
HCR 27 LeVota, Paul
Urges the United States Congress to pass a fiscal relief package for the states of no less than $20 billion. (LR# 4842L.01I)
HCR 28 Page, Sam
Requests the Department of Public Safety to conduct a comprehensive review of personalized handgun technologies and report their findings and recommendations to the General Assembly.(LR# 4739L.01I)
HCR 29 Quinn, John
Requests the President of the United States to direct the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service and the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers to develop a plan for operating the Missouri River Reservoir System.(LR# 4695L.02I)
HCR 30 Sander, Therese
Urges the United States Department of Agriculture, the United States Congress, and all 50 state legislatures to take action to promote and protect the benefits of agricultural biotechnology products.(LR# 4501L.01I)
HCR 31 Holand, Roy
Urges all public schools and institutions of higher education to review the proper etiquette and respect for the American flag and the national anthem for students participating in school programs.(LR# 4890L.01I)
HCR 32 Purgason, Chuck
Recognizes the Saponi Nation of Missouri, Mahenips Band. (LR# 4479L.01I)
HCR 33 Wilson, Victoria
Ratifies the Equal Rights Amendment to the United States Constitution. (LR# 4884L.01I)
HCR 34 Wright-Jones, Robin
Urges the United States Congress to immediately repeal the Government Pension Offset and Windfall Elimination Provision of the Social Security Act.(LR# 3601L.01I)
HCR 35 Dixon, Bob
Establishes the Joint Interim Committee on Complementary and Alternative Medicine Policy. (LR# 4957L.01I)
HCR 36 Hampton, Mark
Designates March 14 as "Pi Day." (LR# 4965L.01I)
HCR 37 Townley, Merrill
Authorizes the University of Missouri to enter into a long-term lease for certain property. (LR# 5050L.01I)
HCR 38 Shoemaker, Christoper
Urges the State of Missouri to recognize the yellow with three red stripes heritage and freedom flag as the official flag of the Vietnamese-American community.(LR# 5065L.01I)
HCR 39 Parker, Sherman
Encourages the United States Congress to amend the federal laws and regulations regarding outdoor advertising controls to allow businesses to erect and maintain directional and on-premises signs.(LR# 5035L.01I)
HCR 40 Rupp, Scott
Designates October 15 as "Pregnancy and Infant Loss Remembrance Day." (LR# 4862L.01I)
HS HCR 41 Phillips, Susan
Supports observer status for Taiwan at the annual summit of the World Health Assembly held by the World Health Organization in May in Geneva, Switzerland.(LR# 5092L.01F)
HJR 27 Whorton, Jim
Proposes a constitutional amendment guaranteeing the right to hunt, fish, and harvest game. (LR# 2565L.01I)
HCS HJR 28 Roark, Bradley
Proposes a constitutional amendment requiring the Governor's submission of a balanced budget without voter-approved tax increases. (LR# 2600L.04C)
HJR 29 Ward, Daniel
Proposes a constitutional amendment extending legislative term limits to 12 years. (LR# 2509L.01I)
HJR 30 Wilson, Victoria
Proposes a constitutional amendment to ratify the Equal Rights Amendment to the United States Constitution. (LR# 2435L.01I)
HJR 31 Harris, Jeff
Proposes a constitutional amendment allowing the construction of toll roads and facilities. (LR# 2518L.02I)
HJR 32 Seigfreid, James
Proposes a constitutional amendment requiring all salary increases for members of the General Assembly to be approved by voters. (LR# 3096L.01I)
HJR 33 King, Jerry
Proposes a constitutional amendment authorizing any county to adopt a charter form of government. (LR# 3338L.01I)
HJR 34 Black, Lanie
Proposes a constitutional amendment allowing the construction of toll road facilities. (LR# 3361L.01I)
HS HCS HJR 35 Dethrow, Mike
Proposes a constitutional amendment requiring two-thirds majority vote on initiatives relating to the opportunity to harvest bird, fish, game, wildlife, and forestry resources.(LR# 3252L.04P)
HJR 36 Dusenberg, Gary
Proposes a constitutional amendment replacing the Highways and Transportation Commission with a Director of Transportation. (LR# 3209L.01I)
HJR 37 Threlkeld, Kevin
Proposes a constitutional amendment reducing the size of the House of Representatives to 101 members. (LR# 2787L.01I)
HJR 38 Avery, Jim
Proposes a constitutional amendment prohibiting same-sex marriages. (LR# 3396L.01I)
HS HCS HJR 39,38,42 & 47 Crowell, Jason
Proposes a constitutional amendment establishing marriage as only between a man and a woman. (LR# 2555L.04P)
HJR 40 Crowell, Jason
Proposes a constitutional amendment prohibiting the Governor from reducing appropriations for education. (LR# 2774L.01I)
HJR 41 Crowell, Jason
Proposes a constitutional amendment changing the composition of the State Board of Education. (LR# 3148L.02I)
HJR 42 Baker, Brian
Proposes a constitutional amendment prohibiting same-sex marriages. (LR# 3341L.01I)
HJR 43 Dougherty, Curt
Proposes a constitutional amendment allowing gaming devices within certain businesses close to interstate highways. (LR# 3558L.01I)
HJR 44 Schoemehl, Sue
Proposes a constitutional amendment to allow school districts to pass bond issues by a simple majority vote. (LR# 3278L.01I)
HJR 45 Yates, Brian
Proposes a constitutional amendment restricting the use of transportation revenue. (LR# 3624L.01I)
HJR 46 Stevenson, Bryan
Proposes a constitutional amendment setting term limits for all statewide elected officials. (LR# 3859L.01I)
HJR 47 Engler, Kevin
Proposes a constitutional amendment prohibiting same-sex marriages. (LR# 3997L.02I)
HJR 48 Bearden, Carl
Proposes a constitutional amendment guaranteeing a citizen's right to pray. (LR# 4153L.01I)
HJR 49 Lager, Brad
Proposes a constitutional amendment establishing an appropriations growth limit. (LR# 3958L.01I)
HJR 50 Hunter, Steve
Proposes a constitutional amendment requiring the election of all supreme court, courts of appeal, circuit court, and associate circuit judges.(LR# 2575L.01I)
HJR 51 Morris, Larry
Proposes a constitutional amendment prohibiting any state court from imposing any tax or toll road fee or requiring the General Assembly to do so.(LR# 4397L.01I)
HJR 52 Morris, Larry
Proposes a constitutional amendment prohibiting the General Assembly from removing certain statutory termination dates absent a two-thirds vote.(LR# 4047L.02I)
HJR 53 Ward, Daniel
Proposes a constitutional amendment authorizing the use of gaming devices by nonprofit veterans' organizations. (LR# 2785L.01I)
HJR 54 Taylor, Larry
Proposes a constitutional amendment removing the time limit for members of organizations before they can conduct bingo games. (LR# 4663L.01I)
HJR 55 Parker, Sherman
Proposes a constitutional amendment to remove the restriction against distribution of public funds to religious organizations. (LR# 5005L.01I)
HJR 56 Yates, Brian
Proposes a constitutional amendment reducing the minimum age requirements for state representatives and senators. (LR# 3874L.01I)
HJR 57 Sager, R
Proposes a constitutional amendment prohibiting reduction of the Children's Health Insurance Program coverage without two-thirds legislative majority.(LR# 5015L.01I)
HJR 58 Zweifel, Charles
Proposes a constitutional amendment creating the Budget Control Fund. (LR# 5078L.02I)
HR 1 Crowell, Jason
Notifies the Senate that the House is duly convened. (LR# 3656L.01I)
HR 2 Crowell, Jason
Notifies the Governor that the House is duly convened. (LR# 3657L.01I)
HR 4 Lembke, Jim
Grants use of the House Chamber and Third Floor Rotunda area for presentation of "Glory of Missouri" Awards on Monday, March 8, 2004, from Noon to 2:00 p.m.(LR# 2426L.01I)
HR 6 Schaaf, Rob
Directs the Preamble to the Missouri Constitution to be prominently displayed in the House Chamber. (LR# 3344L.01I)
HR 71 Townley, Merrill
Urges the validation of the Environmental Protection Agency's Equipment Replacement Provision to clarify what constitutes routine maintenance and modification.(LR# 4043L.01I)
HR 95 Deeken, Bill
Grants the Jefferson City Downtown Rotary Club use of the House Chamber on Monday, March 22, 2004, from 8 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. (LR# 3986L.01I)
HR 96 Wilson, Kevin
Recognizes the sanctity of the family and does not condone gay marriage and same-sex families. (LR# 2447L.01I)
HS HR 120 Crowell, Jason
Proposes amendments to certain Rules of the House. (LR# 3638L.04I)
HR 196 Morris, Larry
Grants the Missouri Campus Compact permission to use the House Chamber on Thursday, February 12, 2004, from 1:30 p.m. to 3:30 p.m. to conduct the "Raise Your Voice" student dialogues.(LR# 4231L.01I)
HR 263 Emery, Ed
Urges Congress to initiate impeachment against U.S. District Court Judge Scott O. Wright. (LR# 4097L.01I)
HR 264 Bivins, Walt
Grants use of the House Chamber and Third Floor Rotunda area for presentation of "Glory of Missouri" Awards on Monday, March 29, 2004, from Noon to 1:30 p.m.(LR# 4367L.01I)
HR 350 Schneider, Vicki
Proclaims February 6, 2004, to be "Wear Red for Women Day". (LR# 4428L.01I)
HR 372 Lowe, Jenee
Grants the Legislative and State Official Intern Program use of the House Chamber for their 2004 Mock Legislative Session from 10 am to 1 pm on Tuesday, April 13 and Monday, April 19, 2004.(LR# 4380L.01I)
HR 390 Henke, Wayne
Urges the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service to maintain adequate Missouri River water levels. (LR# 4217L.03I)
HR 392 Wilson, Yvonne
Request the Citizens Stamp Advisory Committee (CSAC) and the Postmaster General to have a picture of "York" printed on a United States Postage Stamp by January 15, 2007.(LR# 4478L.01I)
HR 397 Bruns, Mark
Grant the Missouri Catholic Conference use of the House Chamber and hearing rooms from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. on Saturday, October 2, 2004, for the purpose of holding a citizens assembly and workshops.(LR# 4469L.01I)
HR 464 Portwood, Charles
Grants use of the House Chamber and 3rd Floor Rotunda to present "Glory of Missouri" Awards on Friday, April 2, 2004, from 2 p.m to 5 p.m. and on Friday, April 23, 2004, from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m.(LR# 4488L.01I)
HR 485 Moore, Danie
Urges the Federal Communications Commission to require all television stations to provide real-time captioning for all local news, weather, and sports programming by January 1, 2006.(LR# 4432L.01I)
HR 624 Deeken, Bill
Grants the Girl Scouts permission to use the House Chamber for the Silver and Gold Award Ceremony for their Cadette and Senior Girl Scouts on Sunday, June 6, 2004, from 9:00 a.m. until 4:00 p.m.(LR# 4647L.01I)
HR 650 Bringer, Rachel
Grants the Eastern and Western District Federal Courts permission to use the House Chamber on Friday, April 23 and Friday October 8, 2004, from 10 am until 11:30 am for swearing in of bar members.(LR# 3956L.01I)
HR 720 Crawford, Larry
Grants the 4-H Citizenship Youth Forum permission to use the House Chamber on Thursday, July 1, 2004, from 9 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. to conduct a mock legislative session.(LR# 4693L.01I)
HR 745 Bruns, Mark
Grants the Cooperative Youth Conference & Leadership Experience permission to use the House Chamber on Thursday, July 29, 2004, from 7 a.m. to 5 p.m.(LR# 4744L.01I)
HR 756 St. Onge, Neal
Urges Congress to amend the Employee Retirement Income Security Act of 1974 to assist small businesses in providing medical care for their employees.(LR# 4396L.04I)
HR 796 Deeken, Bill
Grants the YMCA Youth in Government use of the House Chamber on Saturday, November 20, 2004, for pre-convention training and on December 2-4, 2004, for its state convention.(LR# 4760L.01I)
HR 1033 Seigfreid, James
Grants the participants of the Silver Haired Legislature permission to use the House Chamber for the purpose of their regular session the entire day of Friday, October 22, 2004.(LR# 4930L.01I)
HR 1126 Harris, Belinda
Encourages and recommends the recognition of the Western Cherokee. (LR# 4945L.01I)
HR 1402 Miller, Ronald
Authorizes the continued employment of House employees during the interim between the Ninety-second and Ninety-third General Assembly. (LR# 5007L.01I)
HR 1547 Morris, Larry
Strongly recommends that certain principles and procedures be observed at all public and private colleges and universities with the State of Missouri.(LR# 4935L.01I)
HR 1557 Ward, Daniel
Memorializes the U.S. Congress and the President of the United States to extend and make retroactive the Federal Temporary Unemployment Compensation Program.(LR# 4958L.02I)
HR 1564 Wright, Mark
Requests the U.S. Congress to adopt the Constitution Restoration Act withdrawing federal court jurisdiction to hear challenges to acknowledgement of God.(LR# 5034L.02I)
HR 1911 Wilson, Victoria
Grants the 21st Century Leadership Academy permission to use the House Chamber to hold the Sue Shear Institute leadership day mock legislative session at 2:00 pm on Wednesday, May 26, 2004.(LR# 5056L.01I)
HR 1941 Icet, Allen
Encourages local school boards to ensure that an appreciation of Western civilization is taught to all students. (LR# 5051L.01I)
HR 2913 Dixon, Bob
Proclaims September 15, 2004 as "Big Brothers Big Sisters Day" in Missouri. (LR# 5096L.01I)