February 17, 2000 House Activity Register
Missouri House of Representatives
Daily Activity Register
For Activities Recorded on February 17, 2000

HB1074
Authorizes certain additional water pollution control bonds. (LR# 2483- 04)
HCS HB 1074
Third Read and Passed (H)
Reported to the Senate and first read (H)
HB1086
Creates the crime of financial exploitation of the elderly. (LR# 2829- 01)
HB 1086
Committee: Critical Issues (H)
Executive Session Held (H)
HCS VOTED DO PASS
HB1186
Authorizes governor to convey certain property in Cole County which is part of Church Farm Correctional Facility. (LR# 2507- 01)
HB 1186
Third Read and Passed (H)
Reported to the Senate and first read (H)
HB1207
Creates crime of offender sexual abuse. (LR# 2578- 01)
HB 1207
Committee: Critical Issues (H)
Executive Session Held (H)
VOTED DO PASS
HB1215
Changes certain computer crimes and creates the crime of furnishing child pornography. (LR# 3056- 04)
HS HCS HB 1215 & 1240
Third Read and Passed (H)
Reported to the Senate and first read (H)
HB1238
Establishes a land trust in Kansas City to manage and administer properties sold at foreclosure sales for delinquent property taxes. (LR# 2629- 01)
HB 1238
Reported Do Pass (H)
HB1242
Requires agency certification of complaints filed with the Administrative Hearing Commission (LR# 3233- 04)
HCS HB 1242
Committee: Professional Registration & Licensing (H)
Executive Session Held (H)
HCS VOTED DO PASS
HCS Reported Do Pass (H)
HB1280
Provides for the distribution of the tort victims' compensation fund. (LR# 3060- 01)
HB 1280
Reported Do Pass (H)
HB1323
Allows supervisors of sheltered workshops to perform production work. (LR# 3275- 01)
HB 1323
Committee: Critical Issues (H)
Executive Session Held (H)
HCS VOTED DO PASS
HB1386
Creates the crime of financial exploitation of an elderly or disabled person. (LR# 2490- 08)
HCS HB 1386 & 1086
Committee: Critical Issues (H)
Executive Session Held (H)
HCS VOTED DO PASS
HCS Reported Do Pass (H)
HB1414
Establishes a mandatory one-call notification system for excavations. (LR# 3360- 01)
HB 1414
Committee: Utilities Regulation (H)
Public Hearing Held (H)
HB1452
Exempts restitution received by victims of the Nazi holocaust from state income tax. (LR# 3698- 01)
HB 1452
Third Read and Passed (H)
Reported to the Senate and first read (H)
HB1472
Changes the distribution of juvenile information among state entities. (LR# 2670- 02)
HB 1472
Reported Do Pass (H)
HB1481
Revises the title insurance code. (LR# 3425- 04)
HCS HB 1481
HCS Reported Do Pass (H)
HB1488
Requires certain food service establishments to pay the costs associated with employee or patron exposure to hepatitis A. (LR# 3178- 02)
HB 1488
Committee: Public Health (H)
Executive Session Held (H)
HCS VOTED DO PASS
HB1489
Adds varicella and hepatitis A to the list of required immunizations for children. (LR# 3179- 01)
HB 1489
Committee: Public Health (H)
Executive Session Held (H)
HCS VOTED DO PASS
HB1509
Expands fraud provisions of unlawful merchandising practices. (LR# 3626- 01)
HB 1509
Reported Do Pass by Consent (H)
HB1544
Changes permitted distributions for not-for-profit corporations formed to provide liability insurance for political subdivisions. (LR# 3678- 01)
HB 1544
Reported Do Pass by Consent (H)
HB1546
Requires notice of appeal rights in decisions by Department of Social Services (LR# 3778- 01)
HB 1546
Reported Do Pass (H)
HB1564
Changes the name of the Division of Mental Retardation and Developmental Disabilities to the Division of Developmental Disabilities. (LR# 3869- 01)
HB 1564
Committee: Governmental Organization & Review (H)
Re-referred to committee (H)
Referred: Miscellaneous Bills and Resolutions (H)
HB1591
Creates a retired license status for certain nursing home administrators. (LR# 3511- 02)
HB 1591
Committee: Professional Registration & Licensing (H)
Executive Session Held (H)
VOTED DO PASS CONSENT
Reported Do Pass by Consent (H)
HB1604
Authorizes the Governor to convey certain state property to the State Highways and Transportation Commission. (LR# 3934- 01)
HB 1604
Committee: Correctional & State Institutions (H)
Executive Session Held (H)
VOTED DO PASS CONSENT
Reported Do Pass by Consent (H)
HB1650
Makes food establishments liable up to $20,000 for the cost of treatment for hepatitis A exposure. (LR# 3976- 02)
HB 1650
Committee: Public Health (H)
Executive Session Held (H)
HCS VOTED DO PASS
HB1654
Requires the Board of Probation and Parole to provide probation services on all criminal nonsupport cases. (LR# 2422- 01)
HB 1654
Committee: Correctional & State Institutions (H)
Executive Session Held (H)
VOTED DO PASS
HB1675
Makes various changes relating to domestic violence. (LR# 2859- 03)
HCS HB 1677, 1675 & 1676
HCS Reported Do Pass (H)
HB1676
Makes various changes relating to domestic violence. (LR# 2859- 03)
HCS HB 1677, 1675 & 1676
HCS Reported Do Pass (H)
HB1677
Makes various changes relating to domestic violence. (LR# 2859- 03)
HCS HB 1677, 1675 & 1676
HCS Reported Do Pass (H)
HB1685
Clarifies that shampoo assistants are not required to have cosmetology licenses (LR# 3687- 01)
HB 1685
Committee: Professional Registration & Licensing (H)
Executive Session Held (H)
VOTED DO PASS CONSENT
Reported Do Pass by Consent (H)
HB1706
Increases eligibility for brownfield remediation projects. (LR# 3221- 01)
HB 1706
Reported Do Pass by Consent (H)
HB1742
Provides a method for the Highways and Transportation Commission to obtain approval from the General Assembly for funding of plans. (LR# 4024- 06)
HS HCS HB 1742
Taken up for perfection (H)
HS adopted in House (H)
Perfected with amendments (H)
HA 4, HA 5, HA 6, PART 1 OF HSA 7, HA 8 ADOPTED
HB1801
Mandates ethanol phase-in in certain metropolitan areas and allows other areas to adopt ethanol phase-in if they so choose. (LR# 3959- 01)
HB 1801
Committee: Environment and Energy (H)
Public Hearing Held (H)
HB1811
Creates the farmland preservation enabling act. (LR# 4236- 01)
HB 1811
Referred: Agriculture (H)
HB1828
Makes technical intersectional reference corrections to sections 421.005 to 421.034. (LR# 4250- 01)
HB 1828
Committee: Public Health (H)
Executive Session Held (H)
VOTED DO PASS CONSENT
HB1901
Extends the statute of limitations for local use tax and other tax refunds. (LR# 3569- 01)
HB 1901
Referred: Ways and Means (H)
HB1902
Regulates manufactured housing used for educational purposes. (LR# 4322- 01)
HB 1902
Referred: Commerce (H)
HB1904
Provides a cause of action for false claims against the state. (LR# 4360- 01)
HB 1904
Referred: Civil and Administrative Law (H)
HB1905
Exempts the first five thouand dollars of the sale price of motor vehicles from sales and use tax and replaces lost highway revenues with fee increases. (LR# 4337- 01)
HB 1905
Referred: Ways and Means (H)
HB1906
Increases mandatory jail time for prior and persistent intoxication-related traffic offenders. (LR# 3822- 02)
HB 1906
Referred: Criminal Law (H)
HB1907
Allows public administrator to receive attorneys' fees when someone brings an unsuccessful action against him or her. (LR# 4212- 01)
HB 1907
Referred: Civil and Administrative Law (H)
HB1908
Provides a four hundred dollar bonus for Missouri veterans of World War II. (LR# 4186- 03)
HB 1908
Referred: Federal/State Relations and Veterans Affairs (H)
HB1909
Allows a state prevailing wage exemption in certain political subdivisions, upon a vote of the people. (LR# 4204- 01)
HB 1909
Referred: Labor (H)
HB1910
Provides for a proportional reduction in state-funded child care assistance for persons whose income or assets exceed the prescribed limits. (LR# 4353- 01)
HB 1910
Referred: Social Services, Medicaid and the Elderly (H)
HB1911
Allows the Department of Health to promote anti-obesity activities to increase public awareness about the dangers of obesity. (LR# 4255- 01)
HB 1911
Referred: Public Health (H)
HB1912
Requires the Department of Social Services and representatives of in-home service providers to negotiate a reimbursement rate. (LR# 3458- 01)
HB 1912
Referred: Social Services, Medicaid and the Elderly (H)
HB1913
Extends clean water permit fee sunset until the end of 2003. (LR# 4366- 01)
HB 1913
Referred: Environment and Energy (H)
HB1914
Increases retirement benefits for uniformed conservation agents and retirees (LR# 4343- 01)
HB 1914
Referred: Retirement (H)
HB1915
Creates the Downtown Revitalization Act. (LR# 3980- 01)
HB 1915
Referred: Municipal Corporations (H)
HB1916
Amends the language authorizing tuition and fees at the University of Missouri. (LR# 4192- 01)
HB 1916
Referred: Education-Higher (H)
HB1917
Requires certain information to be provided to the Department of Corrections on delivery of an offender. (LR# 3757- 03)
HB 1917
Referred: Correctional & State Institutions (H)
HB1918
Changes the duties of the Joint Committee on Corrections. (LR# 3463- 02)
HB 1918
Referred: Correctional & State Institutions (H)
HB1919
Allows birth parents to request that the birth records of their child be kept confidential. (LR# 2336- 01)
HB 1919
Referred: Children, Youth & Families (H)
HB1920
Creates an affirmative duty to stop serious harm to a child. (LR# 2586- 01)
HB 1920
Referred: Criminal Law (H)
HB1921
Creates an income tax credit for certain farmers and farming corporations in an amount equal to ten percent of the cost of items allowed as an expense election pursuant to section 179 of the IRC. (LR# 3241- 01)
HB 1921
Referred: Ways and Means (H)
HB1922
Designates the portion of interstate highway 64 which is located in St. Louis as the "Kurt Warner Rams Road". (LR# 4354- 02)
HB 1922
Referred: Transportation (H)
HB1923
Amends eligibility and fund usage priorities for the National Guard Scholarship Program. (LR# 4145- 02)
HB 1923
Referred: Federal/State Relations and Veterans Affairs (H)
HB1924
Requires the Department of Conservation to be financially responsible for wild elk in the state. (LR# 4306- 01)
HB 1924
Referred: State Parks, Natural Resources and Mining (H)
HB1925
Creates income tax credits for qualified research expenses. (LR# 4277- 01)
HB 1925
Referred: Commerce (H)
HB1926
Permits the Director of the Department of Agriculture to supercede certain tank wagon regulations. (LR# 4217- 02)
HB 1926
Referred: Agriculture (H)
HB1927
Changes water pollution permit fees and removes certain antiquated references in water law. (LR# 4151- 02)
HB 1927
Referred: Environment and Energy (H)
HB1928
Permits the creation of and regulates private prisons. (LR# 3827- 03)
HB 1928
Referred: Correctional & State Institutions (H)
HB1929
Expands family access motions by allowing all persons granted child visitation to file such a motion. (LR# 4215- 01)
HB 1929
Referred: Civil and Administrative Law (H)
HB1930
Requires municipalities with municipally-owned water companies to come to service agreements with any overlapping water districts for any new developments. (LR# 3760- 02)
HB 1930
Referred: Local Government and Related Matters (H)
HB1931
States that all debt of a water district shall be included as an existing obligation of such district for all purposes. (LR# 3759- 02)
HB 1931
Referred: Local Government and Related Matters (H)
HB1932
Makes various changes to the managed care statutes. (LR# 3389- 02)
HCS HB 1932
Committee: Critical Issues (H)
Executive Session Held (H)
HCS VOTED DO PASS
HCS Reported Do Pass (H)
HB1933
Allows insurance carriers to apply tax credits received under the Neighborhood Assistance against their liability for the premium tax imposed by the worker's compensation law. (LR# 4130- 01)
HB 1933
Referred: Ways and Means (H)
HB1934
Establishes a public campaign financing system, with voluntary participation. (LR# 3291- 02)
HB 1934
Referred: Critical Issues (H)
HB1936
Changes county committee district structure in Jackson County. (LR# 4178- 01)
HB 1936
Referred: Elections (H)
HB1937
Requires the recording of testimony before a grand jury. (LR# 4352- 01)
HB 1937
Referred: Judiciary (H)
HB1938
Excludes, for purposes of the circuit breaker, social security and railroad retirement benefits from the definition of income. (LR# 4316- 02)
HB 1938
Referred: Ways and Means (H)
HB1939
Regulates stretcher van services. (LR# 4341- 01)
HB 1939
Referred: Local Government and Related Matters (H)
HB1940
Requires the Mo. Consolidated Health Care Plan to maintain adequate service networks throughout the state. (LR# 4384- 01)
HB 1940
Referred: Critical Issues (H)
HB1941
Creates the Missouri Commission of Indian Affairs (LR# 2399- 02)
HB 1941
Referred: Governmental Organization & Review (H)
HB1943
Adds jail and detention center personnel to the list of mandatory child abuse reporters. (LR# 4406- 01)
HB 1943
Referred: Children, Youth & Families (H)
HB1944
Creates a MO-AG Businesses special license plate. (LR# 4417- 01)
HB 1944
Referred: Motor Vehicle & Traffic Regulations (H)
HB1945
Expands property reuse fund to include brownfield site investigations by municipalities and counties, and urges two million dollar appropriation for that purpose. (LR# 3733- 01)
HB 1945
Referred: Commerce (H)
HB1946
Modifies the restrictions for placing a child for adoption. (LR# 4362- 01)
HB 1946
Referred: Children, Youth & Families (H)
HB1947
Allows the Department of Health to contract with the Missouri Dental Board to provide dental services for the needy. (LR# 4371- 01)
HB 1947
Referred: Public Health (H)
HB1948
Allows the issuance of special moving permits for concrete pump trucks and well-drilling equipment. (LR# 4132- 03)
HB 1948
Referred: Transportation (H)
HB1949
Permits the city of St. Louis to adopt firearm regulations. (LR# 4254- 01)
HB 1949
Referred: Public Safety and Law Enforcement (H)
HB1950
Creates an income tax credit for building universal design homes. (LR# 4247- 01)
HB 1950
Referred: Ways and Means (H)
HB1951
Exempts certain transportation of farm products from oversize load permits. (LR# 3582- 04)
HB 1951
Referred: Transportation (H)
HB1952
Allows the state auditor to bring a civil action when local governments do not comply with audit findings regarding possible criminal activity. (LR# 3648- 01)
HB 1952
Referred: Civil and Administrative Law (H)
HB1953
Creates special license plate bearing the emblem of the Pet Population Control Trust Fund. (LR# 4165- 02)
HB 1953
Referred: Motor Vehicle & Traffic Regulations (H)
HB1954
Creates the Family and Community Investment Trust (LR# 3481- 01)
HB 1954
Referred: Critical Issues (H)
HB1955
Makes technical changes to the St. Louis Police Retirement System provisions (LR# 4321- 01)
HB 1955
Referred: Retirement (H)
HB1956
Requires interest to be paid to taxpayers on both sales and income tax refunds and credits. (LR# 3110- 01)
HB 1956
Referred: Ways and Means (H)
HB1957
Creates an income tax credit for employers who grant employees paid leave to volunteer at public schools or to attend school sponsored functions of their children. (LR# 3540- 02)
HB 1957
Referred: Education-Elementary and Secondary (H)
HB1958
Enacts optional minimum teacher salary requirements. (LR# 4160- 02)
HB 1958
Referred: Education-Elementary and Secondary (H)
HB1959
Eliminates the statute of limitations on sexual offenses. (LR# 4074- 01)
HB 1959
Referred: Criminal Law (H)
HB1960
Creates a sales and use tax exemption for services, materials and supplies used in the production of printed materials. (LR# 4361- 01)
HB 1960
Referred: Ways and Means (H)
HB1962
Establishes a minimum foster care reimbursement rate. (LR# 4220- 02)
HB 1962
Referred: Children, Youth & Families (H)
HB1963
Exempts from sales and use tax all sales for diabetic equipment and supplies (LR# 4389- 01)
HB 1963
Referred: Ways and Means (H)
HB1964
Enacts the "Public Employee Due Process Act". (LR# 3943- 01)
HB 1964
Referred: Labor (H)
HB1965
Creates penalties for failure to collect the Branson tourism tax. (LR# 4339- 01)
HB 1965
Referred: Ways and Means (H)
HB1966
Changes intoxication related offenses. (LR# 4036- 01)
HB 1966
Referred: Criminal Law (H)
HB1967
Corrects boundary commission law. (LR# 3871- 03)
HB 1967
Referred: Local Government and Related Matters (H)
HB1968
Creates a parent/child privilege. (LR# 4370- 02)
HB 1968
Referred: Judiciary (H)
HB1969
Requires two-year revocation of driver's license for committing two or more violations while fleeing a law enforcement officer. (LR# 4290- 01)
HB 1969
Referred: Motor Vehicle & Traffic Regulations (H)
HB1970
Changes bridge weight restrictions. (LR# 4318- 01)
HB 1970
Referred: Transportation (H)
HB1971
Exempts from sales and use tax, sales of nonprescription and over-the-counter drugs, excluding alcohol and tobacco, to persons sixty-five years of age and older. (LR# 2935- 02)
HB 1971
Referred: Ways and Means (H)
HB1972
Creates the Rosa Parks Highway. (LR# 4445- 01)
HB 1972
Referred: Transportation (H)
HB1973
Changes certain provisions of the controlled substances law. (LR# 4396- 01)
HB 1973
Referred: Criminal Law (H)
HB1974
Exempts diabetic medical supplies and equipment from sales and use tax. (LR# 4278- 01)
HB 1974
Referred: Ways and Means (H)
HB1975
Requires reimbursement of certain expenses for county recorders. (LR# 4331- 01)
HB 1975
Referred: Local Government and Related Matters (H)
HB1976
Modifies the statutes relating to the qualification and disqualification of employees of the Department of Mental Health and Division of Aging. (LR# 4207- 02)
HB 1976
Referred: Social Services, Medicaid and the Elderly (H)
HB1977
Establishes county boards to utilize the tobacco settlement moneys received by the state. (LR# 4345- 01)
HB 1977
Referred: Missouri Tobacco Settlement (H)
HB1978
Amends laws on intestate succession and wills. (LR# 4431- 01)
HB 1978
Referred: Judiciary (H)
HB1979
Allows municipalities to adopt ordinances requiring property owners to remove trash from their property. (LR# 4470- 01)
HB 1979
Referred: Local Government and Related Matters (H)
HB1980
Provides scholarhships to certain former foster children who are adopted or have a legal guardian appointed after age thirteen. (LR# 2803- 01)
HB 1980
Referred: Education-Higher (H)
HB1981
Expedites termination of parental rights and adoption cases. (LR# 3112- 01)
HB 1981
Referred: Civil and Administrative Law (H)
HB1982
Enacts the "Parenting Alternatives Law" and provides for the transfer of temporary custody to the prospective adoptive parents within forty-eight hours of the birth of the child. (LR# 3350- 02)
HB 1982
Referred: Critical Issues (H)
HB1983
Creates a sales and use tax exemption for bullion and investment coins. (LR# 3348- 02)
HB 1983
Referred: Ways and Means (H)
HB1984
Increases the number of persons allowed to apply for a transfer of license plates. (LR# 4376- 01)
HB 1984
Referred: Motor Vehicle & Traffic Regulations (H)
HB1985
Allows community notification regarding registered sex offenders, based on assessment of danger. (LR# 4393- 01)
HB 1985
Referred: Civil and Administrative Law (H)
HB1986
Requires a tax effect statement for ballot questions. (LR# 4448- 02)
HB 1986
Referred: Elections (H)
HB1987
Changes certain sexual offenses against children. (LR# 4464- 01)
HB 1987
Referred: Public Safety and Law Enforcement (H)
HB1988
Expands the groups of public employees that may join labor organizations. (LR# 2657- 01)
HB 1988
Referred: Labor (H)
HB1989
Designates the portion of Highway 63 located in Randolph County as the "World War II Pearl Harbor Survivors Memorial Highway." (LR# 3082- 02)
HB 1989
Referred: Transportation (H)
HB1990
Allows two citizen members to be voluntarily added by county commissions to county boards of equalization. (LR# 4070- 02)
HB 1990
Referred: Local Government and Related Matters (H)
HB1991
Enacts the Missouri Law Enforcement District Act. (LR# 4449- 01)
HB 1991
Referred: Public Safety and Law Enforcement (H)
HB1992
Imposes a flat rate individual income tax of four percent. (LR# 3570- 01)
HB 1992
Referred: Ways and Means (H)
HB1993
Allows recall elections for all school board members. (LR# 4193- 01)
HB 1993
Referred: Education-Elementary and Secondary (H)
HB1994
Limits liability of political subdivision trustees to actual malfeasance in his or her official duties as trustee. (LR# 4080- 01)
HB 1994
Referred: Judiciary (H)
HB1995
Makes gamma hydroxybutyric acid (GHB) a scheduled controlled substance. (LR# 4451- 01)
HB 1995
Referred: Criminal Law (H)
HB1996
Allows retired teachers to work in school districts with teacher shortages without losing retirement benefits (LR# 4368- 01)
HB 1996
Referred: Retirement (H)
HB1997
Amends various school safety provisions. (LR# 4326- 01)
HB 1997
Referred: Civil and Administrative Law (H)
HB2012
Removes requirement that officers issue citation on failure to produce proof of motor vehicle financial responsibility. (LR# 4508- 01)
HB 2012
Read second time (H)
HB2013
Creates the Office of State Ombudsman for Mental Health Facility Residents in the Lieutenant Governor's Office. (LR# 4377- 01)
HB 2013
Read second time (H)
HB2014
Modifies the Kansas City public school retirement system. (LR# 4182- 01)
HB 2014
Read second time (H)
HB2015
Revises the procedure for approval of proposed agricultural and horticultural productive land values. (LR# 4516- 01)
HB 2015
Read second time (H)
HB2016
Regulates and licenses explosives blasters. (LR# 3890- 01)
HB 2016
Read second time (H)
HB2017
Adds crimes to definitions of persistent sexual offender and predatory sexual offender. (LR# 4502- 01)
HB 2017
Read second time (H)
HB2018
Enacts the Missouri Airport Protection Act. (LR# 3619- 01)
HB 2018
Read second time (H)
HB2019
Permits the St. Louis circuit clerk to hire outside attorneys. (LR# 4245- 02)
HB 2019
Read second time (H)
HB2020
Creates the Missouri Works Program in the Department of Social Services for welfare recipients. (LR# 4501- 01)
HB 2020
Read second time (H)
HB2021
Increases the resource public assistance eligibility limits for single and married persons. (LR# 4400- 02)
HB 2021
Read second time (H)
HB2022
Prohibits school board members from filing for re-election if they have not completed orientation and training. (LR# 3957- 01)
HB 2022
Read second time (H)
HB2023
Creates crime of trespass on a school bus and requires phone in bumper stickers for school buses. (LR# 4357- 01)
HB 2023
Read second time (H)
HB2024
Authorizes municipalities to regulate speed limits in areas designated as school zones without the consent of the state highways and transportation commission if follows school board's recommendation (LR# 3913- 01)
HB 2024
Read second time (H)
HB2025
Requires landfills to be open for at least four hours during the weekend. (LR# 4425- 01)
HB 2025
Read second time (H)
HB2026
Exempts all sales to companies classified as SIC 152, 153 and 171 to 179 from sales and use tax. (LR# 3740- 02)
HB 2026
Read second time (H)
HB2027
Requires the departments of mental health and health to conduct a study on expanding the services provided to persons with brain injuries. (LR# 4291- 01)
HB 2027
Read second time (H)
HB2028
Requires family court judges and commissioners to be subject to a vote every four year to be retained in the family court. (LR# 4358- 01)
HB 2028
Introduced and read first time (H)
HB2029
Authorizes the board of governors of Southwest Missouri State University to convey certain lands. (LR# 4424- 01)
HB 2029
Introduced and read first time (H)
HB2030
Allows certain municipalities to license electricians and plumbers. (LR# 4372- 01)
HB 2030
Introduced and read first time (H)
HB2031
Includes state employees in the prohibition against expenditure of public funds on candidates or ballot measures, and makes a violation a class four election offense. (LR# 4349- 01)
HB 2031
Introduced and read first time (H)
HB2032
Modifies the regulation and supervision of physician assistants. (LR# 4342- 01)
HB 2032
Introduced and read first time (H)
HB2033
Regulates persons and entities providing ambulance services. (LR# 3653- 01)
HB 2033
Introduced and read first time (H)
HB2034
Requires the department of revenue to send notice of motor vehicle registration. (LR# 4509- 01)
HB 2034
Introduced and read first time (H)
HB2035
Creates an income tax credit for contributions to unplanned pregnancy resource centers. (LR# 3382- 01)
HB 2035
Introduced and read first time (H)
HB2036
Amends the tax credits available to investors in Missouri small businesses. (LR# 4500- 01)
HB 2036
Introduced and read first time (H)
HB2037
Prohibits state departments and agencies from spending funds for any purpose other than the appropriated purpose; prohibits commingling of funds. (LR# 4068- 03)
HB 2037
Introduced and read first time (H)
HB2038
Changes the school building revolving fund. (LR# 2562- 01)
HB 2038
Introduced and read first time (H)
HB2039
Regulates the sale of oxygenated gasoline. (LR# 2325- 02)
HB 2039
Introduced and read first time (H)
HB2040
Allows for reimbursement of expenses in certain condemnation and inverse condemnation proceedings. (LR# 2879- 01)
HB 2040
Introduced and read first time (H)
HB2041
Changes construction of employment sercurity law to "impartial" from "liberal"; adds drug abuse to definition of work misconduct, for unemployment benefits purposes, in certain cases. (LR# 3813- 01)
HB 2041
Introduced and read first time (H)
HB2042
Enacts a beverage container control law. (LR# 4299- 01)
HB 2042
Introduced and read first time (H)
HB2043
Allows a pharmacist to refuse to fill a prescription that the pharmacist has a moral reason to oppose. (LR# 4547- 01)
HB 2043
Introduced and read first time (H)
HB2044
Establishes the Spinal Cord Injury Fund and creates a grant program through the University of Missouri for spinal cord injury research. (LR# 4533- 01)
HB 2044
Introduced and read first time (H)
HB2045
Prohibits licensed game retailers from selling or allowing their employees to sell lottery tickets to employees and prohibits employees from purchasing lottery tickets at their place of employment (LR# 3950- 01)
HB 2045
Introduced and read first time (H)
HCR14
Urges the Governor to opt out of the EPA's reformulated gasoline program until a safer substitute for MTBE is found. (LR# 4209- 02)
HCR0014
Committee: Environment and Energy (H)
Hearing Scheduled Bill Not Heard (H)
HCR15
Urges the Missouri Legislature to join the National Council of Legislators from Gaming States. (LR# 4281- 01)
HCR0015
Referred: Fiscal Review (H)
HCR16
Urges Congress to declare the flag of the United States to be federal property. (LR# 4330- 01)
HCR0016
Referred: Miscellaneous Bills and Resolutions (H)
HCR17
Renames a Kansas City stretch of I-70 from the Blue Ridge Cut Off to Highway 291 as the "Derrick Thomas Memorial Highway". (LR# 4443- 01)
HCR0017
Reported Do Pass (H)
HJR53
Proposes a constitutional amendment to replace existing utilty taxes with a replacement tax (LR# 3524- 01)
HJR0053
Committee: Utilities Regulation (H)
Public Hearing Held (H)
HJR65
Proposes a constitutional amendment to establish the Tobacco Settlement Endowment Fund. (LR# 4211- 01)
HJR0065
Referred: Missouri Tobacco Settlement (H)
HJR66
Proposes a constitutional amendment to increase from fifty to seventy-five the percentage of state sales tax on motor vehicles dedicated to highways and transportation use. (LR# 3767- 01)
HJR0066
Referred: Transportation (H)
HJR67
Proposes a constitutional amendment to change the composition of the Highways and Transportation Commission. (LR# 4374- 01)
HJR0067
Referred: Transportation (H)
HJR68
Proposes a constitutional amendment changing the composition of the Highways and Transportation Commission. (LR# 4061- 02)
HJR0068
Referred: Transportation (H)
HJR69
Proposes a constitutional amendment requiring all Department of Conservation and Conservation Commission land purchases to be approved by the General Assembly and signed by the Governor. (LR# 3904- 01)
HJR0069
Referred: State Parks, Natural Resources and Mining (H)
HJR70
Proposes a constitutional amendment to establish a Tobacco Settlement Trust Fund. (LR# 3814- 02)
HJR0070
Referred: Missouri Tobacco Settlement (H)
HJR71
Proposes a constitutional amendment to shorten the sessions of the General Assembly and require proportionate reduction in members' salaries (LR# 4280- 01)
HJR0071
Referred: Miscellaneous Bills and Resolutions (H)
HJR72
Submits to the voters the question of whether to require voter approval for all tax increases. (LR# 4474- 01)
HJR0072
Read second time (H)
HR33
Missouri Girls State use of the House Chamber on June 27, 2000, from 1:15 TO 3:15 pm. (LR# 3681- 01)
HR 0033
Referred: Miscellaneous Bills and Resolutions (H)
HR91
Permits the 4-H Youth Forum to use the House Chamber for their mock legislature on June 29, 2000. (LR# 3977- 01)
HR 0091
Referred: Miscellaneous Bills and Resolutions (H)
HR169
Allows the Legislative and State Official Intern Program to use the House Chamber for the 2000 Mock Legislative Session in April. (LR# 4229- 01)
HR 0169
Referred: Miscellaneous Bills and Resolutions (H)
HR172
Supports the state's contribution to the National World War II Memorial in Washington, D.C. (LR# 4214- 01)
HR 0172
Referred: Miscellaneous Bills and Resolutions (H)
HR173
Permits the Missouri Jaycees to use the House Chambers in November for their annual mock legislature. (LR# 4329- 01)
HR 0173
Referred: Miscellaneous Bills and Resolutions (H)
HR199
Establishment of a standing committee to be known as the Missouri House of Representative's Small Business Committee. (LR# 4241- 01)
HR 0199
Referred: Miscellaneous Bills and Resolutions (H)
HR200
Permits the House Chamber to be used for the swearing in of newly-licensed members of the Missouri Bar in April and October of 2000. (LR# 3843- 01)
HR 0200
Referred: Miscellaneous Bills and Resolutions (H)
HR295
House Resolution concerning use of House Chamber for Silver Haired Legislature. (LR# 4546- 01)
HR 0295
Offered (H)
HR296
FINAL TRIBUTE IN HONOR OF THE LATE JOSEPHINE HARRIS (LR# 0000- 00)
HR 0296
Offered (H)
Issued (H)
HR297
EAGLE SCOUT CHRISTOPHER R. MARTIN (LR# 0000- 00)
HR 0297
Offered (H)
Issued (H)
HR298
CONGRATULATIONS TO THE WESTMINISTER CHRISTIAN ACADEMY (LR# 0000- 00)
HR 0298
Offered (H)
Issued (H)
HR299
SINCERE APPRECIATION TO MUHAMMAD ALI (LR# 0000- 00)
HR 0299
Offered (H)
Issued (H)
HR300
TO COMMEND AND APPLAUD MELISSA SCHAPIRO (LR# 0000- 00)
HR 0300
Offered (H)
Issued (H)
HR301
RETIREMENT OF LOIS S. WARREN (LR# 0000- 00)
HR 0301
Offered (H)
Issued (H)
HR302
TO COMMEND LOIS WARREN (LR# 0000- 00)
HR 0302
Offered (H)
Issued (H)
HR303
RETIREMENT OF JOLENE HOWELL (LR# 0000- 00)
HR 0303
Offered (H)
Issued (H)
HR304
IN HONOR OF DR. HENRY D. SHANNON (LR# 0000- 00)
HR 0304
Offered (H)
Issued (H)
SB616
Revises local government employee retirement provisions. (LR# 2445- 02)
SB 0616
Read second time (H)
SB724
Relating to tourism taxation. (LR# 2515- 01)
SB 0724
Read second time (H)
SB734
Relating to the Department of Labor and Industrial Relations. (LR# 2608- 01)
SB 0734
Read second time (H)
SB810
Extends the hospital federal reimbursement allowance to September 30, 2001. (LR# 3738- 01)
SB 0810
Read second time (H)

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