94th General Assembly, 2nd Regular Session
House Bills Sponsored or Cosponsored by Representative Ryan Silvey (038)
BillSponsorCoSponsor/Bill String
 Bill InformationCoSigner
HB1412Silvey, RyanPratt, BryanHB 1412
 3949L.01I - Increases the maximum amount of compensation that various officers employed by the Kansas City Police Department may receive
HB1958Silvey, RyanNolte, JerryHB 1958
 4607L.01I - Creates a county jails fund to be administered by the county sheriff for the purpose of maintaining each county's jail funded by a portion of the fee charged for the collection of delinquent and back taxes
HB2153Silvey, RyanSkaggs, TrentHB 2153
 3947L.01I - Prohibits a person younger than 21 years of age who is not an underage entertainer from being allowed inside a drinking establishment
HB2341Silvey, RyanLembke, JimHB 2341
 5001L.01I - Requires any leasehold interest in state-owned property being conveyed to be negotiated at no less than the prevailing fair market value
HB2439Silvey, RyanSkaggs, TrentHB 2439
 5458L.01I - Prohibits penalties and interest from being charged on a real property tax bill when there is clear and convincing evidence that the county made an error or omission in determining the taxes
HB2448Silvey, RyanPortwood, CharlesHB 2448
 4549L.01I - Requires the Department of Revenue to give charitable organizations and local political subdivisions a priority when awarding fee office contracts
HB2449Silvey, RyanAvery, JimHB 2449
 4277L.01I - Requires revenue from a tax increase within a tax increment financing district to be used only for the taxing purpose
HB2535Silvey, RyanHubbard, RodneyHB 2535
 4901L.02I - Creates the Missouri Juneteenth Heritage and Jazz Festival and Memorial Fund and changes the distribution of funds from the professional athletes and entertainers tax
HB2567Silvey, RyanBruns, MarkHB 2567
 5640L.01I - Specifies that a person's prior plea of guilty or a finding of guilty in an intoxication-related traffic offense must be considered when determining his or her punishment for a similar new offense
HB1410Flook, TimSilvey, RyanHB 1410
 3724L.01P - Increases the maximum amount of compensation that various officers employed by the Kansas City Police Department may receive
HB1661LeVota, PaulSilvey, RyanHB 1661
 3325L.02P - Exempts property taxes paid by certain nonresident taxpayers from being added-back to their adjusted gross income under certain circumstances
HB1715Schad, RodneySilvey, RyanSCS HCS HB 1715
 4105S.05T - Changes the laws regarding watercraft and intoxication-related traffic offenses
HB1735Nolte, JerrySilvey, RyanHB 1735
 3560L.01I - Allows joint venture financing of certain educational facilities
HB1778Talboy, MikeSilvey, RyanHB 1778
 3803L.01I - Requires the Board of Probation and Parole to make periodic reviews of certain convicted offenders serving sentences of 50 years or life without parole
HB1788Day, DavidSilvey, RyanHCS HB 1788 & 1882
 4249L.04P - Authorizes an income tax deduction from a taxpayer's Missouri adjusted gross income for 100% of any military retirement income, regardless of age or income
HB1805Schaaf, RobSilvey, RyanHB 1805
 4350L.01P - Allows enrollees to pay the lower of the co-payment assigned by the health maintenance organization or health insurer or the usual and customary retail price of the prescription drug
HB1814Flook, TimSilvey, RyanHB 1814
 4490L.01I - Prohibits persons convicted of statutory rape or sodomy in the first degree from being eligible for probation, parole, or conditional release for five years if the victim is younger than 12 years of age
HB1882Kraus, WillSilvey, RyanHB 1882
 4601L.01I - Authorizes an individual income tax credit for military retirement benefits
HB1886Scharnhorst, DwightSilvey, RyanHCS#2 HB 1886
 4675L.04C - Establishes Bryce's Law which authorizes a tax credit for individuals who donate to a scholarship-granting organization if the donation is not claimed on their federal income tax return
HB1908St. Onge, NealSilvey, RyanHB 1908
 4575L.01I - Allows for automated speed enforcement in construction and work zones when workers are present
HB1910Ervin, DougSilvey, RyanHCS HB 1910
 4518L.02P - Exempts first classification counties from the procedural requirements when establishing regulations related solely to speed limits
HB1943Brown, MichaelSilvey, RyanHB 1943
 4789L.02I - Authorizes the recorder of deeds in Jackson County to collect a $1 donation in addition to the fees charged for marriage and birth records to assist homeless families in the county
HB2058Pearce, DavidSilvey, RyanSS SCS HCS HB 2058
 4495S.16T - Changes the laws regarding tax incentives for business development
HB2116Portwood, CharlesSilvey, RyanHB 2116
 5050L.01I - Prohibits health carriers from designating chiropractic care as specialty care or chiropractic physicians as specialists unless they are certified as specialists by the Board of Chiropractic Examiners
HB2152Nasheed, JamilahSilvey, RyanHB 2152
 4005L.01I - Changes the laws regarding schools in St. Louis under the Special Administrative Board and their academic accountability
HB2215Flook, TimSilvey, RyanHB 2215
 5016L.01I - Increases the annual cap on the amount of tax credits the Department of Economic Development may issue for the Quality Jobs Program from $40 million to $60 million
HB2218Lipke, ScottSilvey, RyanHB 2218
 4202L.02I - Transfers the administration of the Missouri Consolidated Health Care Plan from the board of trustees to the Office of Administration
HB2225Robb, EdSilvey, RyanHB 2225
 4416L.01I - Adds the costs of gifted education programs back into the school foundation formula as categorical funding
HB2233Page, SamSilvey, RyanHB 2233
 3425L.02T - Prohibits an employee or official of any political subdivision from seeking a political appointment in exchange for anything of value to any political subdivision
HB2247Nolte, JerrySilvey, RyanHB 2247
 5004L.01I - Exempts certain local sales taxes imposed for public transporation in the City of Kansas City from being used in tax increment financing or redevelopment projects
HB2260Storch, RachelSilvey, RyanHCS HB 2260
 5134L.06P - Re-authorizes the tax credits for qualified research expenses, establishes the annual cap at $10 million, limits the qualified research activities, and requires that the credits be issued
HB2264Grisamore, JeffSilvey, RyanHB 2264
 4741L.02I - Changes the laws regarding child care subsidy benefits
HB2320Nolte, JerrySilvey, RyanHB 2320
 4784L.03I - Prohibits the employment of an illegal alien in Missouri
HB2342Wilson, KevinSilvey, RyanHB 2342
 5384L.03I - Requires the implementation of a program of random drug testing for members of the General Assembly and recipients of benefits from the Temporary Assistance for Needy Families Program
HB2384Stevenson, BryanSilvey, RyanHB 2384
 5467L.01I - Changes the laws regarding crimes against children who are younger than 12 years of age
HB2430Holsman, JasonSilvey, RyanHB 2430
 5478L.02I - Changes the laws regarding teacher incentives and retirement benefits for certain teachers and educational personnel
HB2455Dusenberg, GarySilvey, RyanHB 2455
 5553L.01I - Requires railroads operating in Missouri to provide the Missouri Emergency Response Commission with a monthly report on the shipment of certain hazardous materials through the state
HB2547Flook, TimSilvey, RyanHB 2547
 5613L.01I - Prohibits public school districts from using school funds to purchase alcohol
HB2580Parkinson, MarkSilvey, RyanHB 2580
 5631L.01I - Authorizes a state income tax deduction for school supplies and books purchased for home schooling a child
HB2590Moore, DanieSilvey, RyanSCS HB 2590
 5644S.02C - Prohibits the waiver of sovereign immunity for correctional facility inmates
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