92nd General Assembly, Session
House Bills Sponsored or Cosponsored by Representative Scott Lipke (157)
BillSponsorCoSponsor/Bill StringDate/Last Action
 Bill InformationCoSigner
HB327Lipke, ScottMayer, RobertCCS SS SCS HB 3279/10/2003 Veto Override Failed (G)
 1067L.11T - Revises laws on Department of Transportation and on regulation of motor vehicles.
HB411Lipke, ScottGoodman, JackHB 4114/1/2003 Public Hearing Completed (H)
 1066L.01I - Revises the sentencing provisions of the crime of driving while revoked by removing the requirement that on previous offenses the offender must have received and served a sentence of 10 days or more.
HB586Lipke, ScottHanaway, CatherineHB 5864/15/2003 Public Hearing Completed (H)
 1068L.01I - Prohibits the taking of depositions by any party in any criminal case except for depositions to preserve the testimony of essential witnesses.
HB608Lipke, ScottGoodman, JackHB 6083/13/2003 Referred: Crime Prevention and Public Safety (H)
 2070L.01I - Places the offense of purchasing, attempting to purchase or possession of tobacco by a person under the age of 17 under the jurisdiction of the juvenile court.
HB609Lipke, ScottGoodman, JackHB 6093/13/2003 Referred: Crime Prevention and Public Safety (H)
 1935L.01I - Removes the requirement that the judge in a driving while intoxicated case be an attorney in order to use the conviction to enhance punishment or to affect licensing status.
HB663Lipke, ScottGoodman, JackHB 6633/13/2003 Referred: Crime Prevention and Public Safety (H)
 2069L.01I - Allows officers to take blood, saliva, or urine after a person has refused to submit to a chemical test if the officer has a search warrant; such person's license can still be revoked for refusal.
HB678Lipke, ScottHB 6784/3/2003 Referred: Local Government (H)
 2068L.01I - Revises various provisions regarding penalties for intoxication- related traffic offenses.
HB78Mayer, RobertLipke, ScottHB 7812/12/2002 Withdrawn (H)
 0651L.01I - Authorizes county commissioners to create county crime reduction funds and authorizes courts to impose assessments of money to be paid into these funds by defendants under certain conditions.
HB91Mayer, RobertLipke, ScottSCS HB 915/12/2003 Placed on Informal Calendar
 0706S.02C - Authorizes county commissioners to create county crime reduction funds and establishes the Missouri Sheriffs' Methamphetamine Relief Task Force.
HB185Schneider, VickiLipke, ScottSCS HCS HB 1857/11/2003 Delivered to Secretary of State (G)
 0843S.06T - Creates a statutory Amber Alert Program to aid in the location of abducted persons.
HB208Engler, KevinLipke, ScottSS SCS HB 2087/9/2003 Delivered to Secretary of State (G)
 0941S.14T - Exempts certain consumer-owned electric corporations from regulation by the Public Service Commission and makes other changes in utilities laws.
HB212Behnen, RobertLipke, ScottHB 2122/4/2003 Executive Session Completed (H)
 0547L.01I - Requires the superintendent of the Highway Patrol to submit a salary schedule which compares the salaries of officers in the 3 largest cities with salaries in the Highway Patrol to maintain parity.
HB214Myers, PeterLipke, ScottHB 2142/11/2003 Executive Session Completed (H)
 0672L.01I - Provides additional guidelines on income taxation of nonresident entertainers and athletes.
HB229Wright, MarkLipke, ScottHB 2292/4/2003 Executive Session Completed (H)
 1132L.01I - Increases the penalties for forcible rape, forcible sodomy, attempt to commit forcible rape, and attempt to commit forcible sodomy.
HB267Smith, ToddLipke, ScottSS SCS HS HB 2677/11/2003 Delivered to Secretary of State (G)
 1005S.10T - Permits non-charter counties to enact ordinances relating to the administration of county government and revises other laws on counties.
HB288Jetton, RodLipke, ScottSCS HCS HB 2885/6/2003 Placed on Informal Calendar
 0736S.08C - Establishes the Priority Schools Trust Fund and revises other school laws.
HB321Wilson, KevinLipke, ScottHS HCS HB 3214/24/2003 Placed on Informal Calendar
 1251L.06P - Revises workers' compensation law.
HB345Cunningham, JaneLipke, ScottHCS HB 3454/17/2003 HCS Reported Do Pass (H)
 0649L.05C - Creates a tax credit for contributions to scholarship charities.
HB349Crawford, LarryLipke, ScottSS HS HCS HB 349, 120, 136 & 3289/12/2003 Delivered to Secretary of State (G)
 1360S.11T - Authorizes permits to carry concealed firearms.
HB360Mayer, RobertLipke, ScottHB 3604/8/2003 Public Hearing Completed (H)
 1474L.01I - Revises the crime of domestic assault in the third degree.
HB413Mayer, RobertLipke, ScottHB 4133/11/2003 Public Hearing Completed (H)
 1063L.01I - Revises resisting arrest statute to include resisting detentions or stops by fleeing in a manner that creates a substantial risk of serious physical injury or death as a class D felony.
HB718Schaaf, RobLipke, ScottHB 7184/30/2003 Public Hearing Completed (H)
 2153L.01I - Requires the Secretary of State to create the Missouri Catalog of Assistance Programs to provide a single repository of information for public assistance programs.
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