99th General Assembly, 1st Regular Session
Bills Indexed by Subject
SALARIES
BillSponsorCoSponsorBill String
 Bill Information
HB44White, BillHCS#2 HB 44
 0155H.03C - Prohibits the Missouri Housing Development Commission from requiring a prevailing hourly wage to be paid to a contractor on a project for a housing tax credit
HB75McGaugh, Joe DonHB 75
 0586H.01I - Modifies provisions relating to county prosecuting attorneys
HB78McGaugh, Joe DonHCS HB 78
 0385H.04C - Modifies provisions relating to the prevailing wage
HB79McGaugh, Joe DonHB 79
 0386H.01I - Establishes the School Construction Act, which exempts construction and maintenance work done for certain school districts from the prevailing wage requirement upon the school board's approval
HB104Love, WarrenHB 104
 0069H.01P - Repeals provisions relating to prevailing wages on public works
HB132Lant, BillHB 132
 0522H.01I - Allows public bodies to opt out of prevailing wage laws for the construction of public works projects that are $750,000 or less
HB133Lant, BillHB 133
 0521H.01I - Establishes the School Construction Act, which exempts construction and maintenance work done for certain school districts from the prevailing wage requirement upon the school board's approval
HB167Peters, JoshuaHB 167
 0527H.01I - Increases the state minimum wage to $15 per hour
HB465Cookson, SteveHB 465
 1026H.01I - Raises the minimum teacher salary for the 2018-19 school year, subject to appropriation
HB470Butler, MichaelHB 470
 0624H.02I - Changes the laws regarding the minimum wage
HB475Andrews, AllenHB 475
 0887H.01I - Exempts counties of the third and fourth classification from prevailing wage laws for the construction of public works projects that are less than $500,000
HB476Andrews, AllenHB 476
 0738H.01I - Exempts counties of the third and fourth classification from the prevailing wage laws
HB516Ellington, BrandonHB 516
 0760H.01I - Increases the state minimum wage to $15 per hour
HB518Ellington, BrandonHB 518
 0756H.01I - Prohibits employers from discriminating in providing compensation based on gender for the same work
HB559Arthur, LaurenHB 559
 1213H.01I - Modifies provisions relating to employee wages
HB652Ellebracht, MarkHB 652
 1401H.01I - Raises the minimum wage, subject to the number of hours worked per week
HB967Crawford, SandyHB 967
 1878H.01I - Changes the laws regarding county treasurers so that expenses for training must be reimbursed
HB967Crawford, SandyHB 967
 1878H.01I - Changes the laws regarding county treasurers so that expenses for training must be reimbursed
HB1146Swan, KathrynHB 1146
 1757H.02I - Changes the laws regarding teacher compensation
HB1149Smith, ClemHB 1149
 2320H.01I - Requires certain police officers to be paid a minimum wage of twenty dollars per hour
HB1191Smith, ClemHB 1191
 2354H.01I - Requires certain police officers to be paid a minimum wage of twenty dollars per hour
HB1207Haefner, MarshaHB 1207
 2327H.01I - Changes the laws regarding the Deputy Sheriff Salary Supplementation Fund
HCR4Bernskoetter, MikeHCR 4
 0945H.01T - Disapproves the salary recommendations of the Missouri Citizens Commission on Compensation for Elected Officials
HJR23Ross, RobertHJR 23
 1259H.01I - Proposes a constitutional amendment to allow the Missouri Citizens' Commission on Compensation for Elected Officials schedule of compensation to be subject to appropriations
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