97th General Assembly, 1st Regular Session
House Bills Sponsored or Cosponsored by Representative Karla May (084)
BillSponsorCoSponsor/Bill String
 Bill InformationCoSigner
HB220May, KarlaEllington, BrandonHB 220
 0390L.01I - Changes the laws regarding arrearages and the expungement of certain records related to criminal nonsupport
HB580May, KarlaEllington, BrandonHB 580
 1493L.01I - Prohibits an insurance company using a consumer's zip code as a factor in underwriting from taking any adverse action based on that factor without consideration of another factor not related to the zip code
HB656May, KarlaJones, TimothyHCS HB 656
 1545H.02T - Combines the parking enforcement division and parking meter division in the City of St. Louis into a parking division
HB969May, KarlaKratky, MicheleHB 969
 2141L.01I - Changes the eligibility requirements for medical assistance under the MO HealthNet program
HB139McManus, KevinMay, KarlaHB 139
 0162H.02I - Changes the laws regarding conflicts of interest and lobbying, ethics, and campaign finance
HB164Pace, SharonMay, KarlaHB 164
 0042L.01I - Prohibits an employer from using a job applicant's personal credit history as a hiring criteria except where the credit history is shown to be directly related to the position sought by the applicant
HB166Hubbard, PennyMay, KarlaHB 166
 0481H.01I - Establishes a pilot program to allow increased visitation of children with incarcerated mothers
HB167Hubbard, PennyMay, KarlaHB 167
 0555H.01I - Repeals the provisions which allow the use of the death penalty and specifies that certain persons sentenced to death must be sentenced to life without eligibility for parole
HB180Roorda, JeffMay, KarlaHB 180
 0790L.02I - Extends the expiration date of certain provisions of the Open Meetings and Records Law
HB285Pace, SharonMay, KarlaHCS HB 285
 1046L.02P - Creates the crime of distribution of a controlled substance near a child care facility
HB357Roorda, JeffMay, KarlaHB 357
 0257L.01I - Removes the exemption for police, deputy sheriffs, State Highway patrolmen, and teachers of all schools, colleges, and universities from the right to form and join labor organizations and to collectively bargain
HB398Riddle, JeanieMay, KarlaHCS HB 398
 1123H.03C - Allows an electrical corporation to file a petition with the Missouri Public Service Commission to recover specified infrastructure replacement costs
HB419Hubbard, PennyMay, KarlaHB 419
 0967H.01I - Requires the Board of Probation and Parole to periodically review the case history of certain convicted offenders serving sentences of more than 15 years or life without parole
HB439Webb, SteveMay, KarlaHB 439
 0172L.01I - Requires the State Board of Education to limit a student's participation in and practice for extracurricular activities during the school day and week
HB443Hubbard, PennyMay, KarlaHB 443
 1362H.01P - Establishes a pilot program to increase the visitation rights of children with incarcerated parents
HB444Hubbard, PennyMay, KarlaHB 444
 0443L.01I - Establishes the Parent Time For Missouri Program in the Department of Elementary and Secondary Education to allow parents and legal guardians paid leave from work to help their children in their school
HB477Morgan, JudyMay, KarlaHB 477
 0447L.01I - Changes the laws regarding bullying in schools
HB523Schupp, JillMay, KarlaHB 523
 0380H.03I - Establishes new laws regarding smoking in public places
HB524Schupp, JillMay, KarlaHB 524
 0325L.01I - Prohibits all drivers, regardless of age, from text messaging while operating a moving vehicle unless the device being used is equipped with technology allowing for voice-recognition hands-free texting
HB571Schupp, JillMay, KarlaHB 571
 0832H.03I - Establishes Nathan's Law that changes the laws regarding licensing requirements for child-care facilities
HB595Kirkton, JeanneMay, KarlaHB 595
 1052L.02I - Requires a health insurance carrier to provide coverage for the initial device deemed necessary to treat a child from birth to age three who has been screened and assessed for a hearing impairment
HB615Webber, StephenMay, KarlaHB 615
 0977L.01I - Changes the laws regarding complaints filed with the Missouri Commission on Human Rights regarding discrimination based upon a person's sexual orientation or gender identity
HB644Wieland, PaulMay, KarlaHB 644
 1363H.01I - Repeals the provisions that allow the use of the death penalty in Missouri
HB850McCaherty, JohnMay, KarlaHCS HB 850
 2051L.02P - Establishes the Bring Jobs Home Act which authorizes a tax deduction for out-of-state businesses that relocate to Missouri
HB862Hubbard, PennyMay, KarlaHB 862
 2080L.01I - Establishes a procedure for the removal of civil judgment court records from a publically accessible automated case management system
HB908Pace, SharonMay, KarlaHB 908
 2120L.01I - Changes the eligibility requirements for medical assistance under the MO HealthNet program
HB934Curtis, Courtney AllenMay, KarlaHB 934
 1774L.01I - Creates a tax credit for employers who hire students majoring in the fields of science, technology, engineering, or mathematics for internships
HB948Burns, BobMay, KarlaHB 948
 2118L.01I - Changes the eligibility requirements for medical assistance under the MO HealthNet program
HB950McNeil, MargoMay, KarlaHB 950
 2119L.01I - Changes the eligibility requirements for medical assistance under the MO HealthNet program
HB959Morgan, JudyMay, KarlaHB 959
 2142L.01I - Changes the eligibility requirements for medical assistance under the MO HealthNet program
HB960Englund, VickiMay, KarlaHB 960
 2136L.01I - Changes the eligibility requirements for medical assistance under the MO HealthNet program
HB966Gardner, KimberlyMay, KarlaHB 966
 2127L.01I - Changes the eligibility requirements for medical assistance under the MO HealthNet program
HJR14Jones, TimothyMay, KarlaHCS#2 HJR 14
 0153H.12P - Proposes a constitutional amendment authorizing the General Assembly to issue bonds to fund higher education improvements, construction, landscaping, land or building purchases, and transportation infrastructure
HJR18Schupp, JillMay, KarlaHJR 18
 0679L.01I - Proposes a constitutional amendment prohibiting a person from serving more than 16 years in the General Assembly in any proportion split between the House of Representatives and the Senate
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