January 23, 2003, House Activity Register
Missouri House of Representatives
Daily Activity Register
For Activities Recorded on January 23, 2003

HB26 --- Sponsor: Green, Tom (015)
Exempts residential property owned by the elderly from certain increases in assessed valuation.
HB 0026 -- (LR# 0475L- 01I)
Referred: Senior Security
HB28 --- Sponsor: Selby, Harold R. (105)
Exempts residential property owned by those 62 and older from certain increses in assessed valuation.
HB 0028 -- (LR# 0465L- 01I)
Referred: Senior Security
HB31 --- Sponsor: Villa, Thomas (108) --- CoSponsor: Byrd, Richard (094)
Revises law on motor vehicle rentals and subleasing relating to damage claims and how calculated.
HB 0031 -- (LR# 0080L- 01I)
Withdrawn (H)
HB35 --- Sponsor: Jolly, Cathy (045) --- CoSponsor: Moore, Danielle (020)
Revises law on certain sexual crimes against children and on testimony by a child.
HB 0035 -- (LR# 0263L- 01I)
Referred: Crime Prevention and Public Safety
HB36 --- Sponsor: Jolly, Cathy (045) --- CoSponsor: Willoughby, Philip (033)
Requires registration of liquor kegs.
HB 0036 -- (LR# 0265L- 01I)
Referred: Local Government
HB37 --- Sponsor: Johnson, Robert Thane (047) --- CoSponsor: Salva, Ray (051)
Establishes the Missouri Rx card program to provide prescription drug discounts to certain Medicare-eligible and uninsured Missouri residents.
HB 0037 -- (LR# 0284L- 01I)
Referred: Senior Security
HB41 --- Sponsor: Seigfreid, James (026)
Authorizes a transient guest tax in certain cities.
HB 0041 -- (LR# 0507L- 01I)
Referred: Local Government
HB42 --- Sponsor: Seigfreid, James (026) --- CoSponsor: Davis, D. J. (122)
Allows the construction and operation of toll roads and toll bridges.
HB 0042 -- (LR# 0508L- 01I)
Referred: Transportation and Motor Vehicles
HB47 --- Sponsor: Portwood, Dr. Charles R. (092) --- CoSponsor: Page, Sam (082)
Modifies the rebate amounts given for prescription drugs under the Senior Rx Program.
HB 0047 -- (LR# 0399L- 02I)
Referred: Senior Security
HB49 --- Sponsor: George, Thomas E. (074)
Requires noncertificated employees in urban and seven-director school districts to be appointed and promoted pursuant to rules adopted by the local school board.
HB 0049 -- (LR# 0461L- 01I)
Referred: Workforce Development and Workplace Safety
HB50 --- Sponsor: Johnson, Robert Thane (047) --- CoSponsor: Fraser, Barbara (083)
Exempts from taxation leased motor vehicles used for government, charitable, educational, or religious purposes.
HB 0050 -- (LR# 0371L- 01I)
Referred: Tax Policy
HB52 --- Sponsor: Seigfreid, James (026) --- CoSponsor: Davis, D. J. (122)
Requires that state employees paid on an hourly basis to be given overtime pay.
HB 0052 -- (LR# 0505L- 01I)
Referred: Budget (H)
HB54 --- Sponsor: Jolly, Cathy (045) --- CoSponsor: Moore, Danielle (020)
Revises the DNA profiling system to included all types of pleas and convictions and all felony offenses and makes these records closed records with certain exceptions and restricts use.
HB 0054 -- (LR# 0330L- 03I)
Referred: Crime Prevention and Public Safety
HB55 --- Sponsor: Johnson, Robert Thane (047) --- CoSponsor: Campbell, Marsha (039)
Revises calculation of state aid to schools.
HB 0055 -- (LR# 0332L- 02I)
Referred: Education
HB56 --- Sponsor: Wilson, Vicky Riback (025) --- CoSponsor: Donnelly, Margaret (073)
Repeals the in-lieu watercraft tax.
HB 0056 -- (LR# 0374L- 01I)
Referred: Tax Policy
HB57 --- Sponsor: Wilson, Vicky Riback (025)
Clarifies the language to be included in the certification on each personal property tax list.
HB 0057 -- (LR# 0375L- 01I)
Referred: Tax Policy
HB58 --- Sponsor: Salva, Ray (051) --- CoSponsor: Johnson, Robert Thane (047)
Authorizes the designation of a satellite enterprise zone in the city of Sugar Creek.
HB 0058 -- (LR# 0526L- 01I)
Referred: Local Government
HB59 --- Sponsor: Johnson, Connie "LaJoyce" (061)
Requires the Department of Mental Health to implement a state suicide prevention plan.
HB 0059 -- (LR# 0368L- 01I)
Referred: Health Care Policy
HB62 --- Sponsor: Phillips, Susan C. (032) --- CoSponsor: Cunningham, Jane (086)
Allows only U.S. citizens to participate in the A+ program.
HB 0062 -- (LR# 0288L- 01I)
Referred: Education
HB63 --- Sponsor: Jolly, Cathy (045) --- CoSponsor: Johnson, Rick (090)
Changes the definition of "dangerous felony" to include statutory rape and sodomy when victim is less than 12 and abuse of a child pursuant to subdivision 2 of subsection 3 of section 568.060.
HB 0063 -- (LR# 0268L- 01I)
Referred: Crime Prevention and Public Safety
HB64 --- Sponsor: Jolly, Cathy (045) --- CoSponsor: Skaggs, Trent (031)
Allows persons arrested for felony offenses to be held without charge for up to 32 hours.
HB 0064 -- (LR# 0269L- 01I)
Referred: Crime Prevention and Public Safety
HB65 --- Sponsor: Selby, Harold R. (105)
Exempts motor vehicles more than four years old from sales and use tax.
HB 0065 -- (LR# 0464L- 01I)
Referred: Tax Policy
HB66 --- Sponsor: Bringer, Rachel (006)
Requires that the punishment for distribution of controlled substance near schools and certain housing be served without probation or parole if the defendant is a persistent drug offender.
HB 0066 -- (LR# 0458L- 01I)
Referred: Crime Prevention and Public Safety
HB67 --- Sponsor: Bringer, Rachel (006)
Adds certain drug-related activities to the crime of endangering the welfare of a child.
HB 0067 -- (LR# 0460L- 01I)
Referred: Crime Prevention and Public Safety
HB68 --- Sponsor: Bringer, Rachel (006)
Makes involuntary manslaughter a B felony instead of a C felony.
HB 0068 -- (LR# 0456L- 01I)
Referred: Crime Prevention and Public Safety
HB69 --- Sponsor: Bringer, Rachel (006)
Authorizes a 24 hour hold for all crimes.
HB 0069 -- (LR# 0457L- 01I)
Referred: Crime Prevention and Public Safety
HB71 --- Sponsor: Luetkemeyer, Blaine (115)
Requires school to hold an assembly for Veterans' Day.
HB 0071 -- (LR# 0240L- 01I)
Referred: Education
HB79 --- Sponsor: Bland, Craig C. (043)
Removes the expiration date for the Kansas City public mass transportation system tax.
HB 0079 -- (LR# 0197L- 01I)
Committee: Local Government
Hearing Scheduled, Bill Not Heard (H)
HB80 --- Sponsor: Bland, Craig C. (043)
Extends the deadline for the Kansas City public mass transportation systems.
HB 0080 -- (LR# 0198L- 01I)
Committee: Local Government
Public Hearing Held (H)
HB81 --- Sponsor: Bland, Craig C. (043)
Prohibits open containers of alcohol in motor vehicles.
HB 0081 -- (LR# 0597L- 01I)
Referred: Local Government
HB84 --- Sponsor: Ward, Dan (107) --- CoSponsor: Sager, Mike (048)
Makes it a crime for sex offenders to establish a residency within 1000 feet of a public school or child care facility and to notify the sheriff if one moves within 1000 feet of them within 1 week.
HB 0084 -- (LR# 0286L- 01I)
Referred: Crime Prevention and Public Safety
HB85 --- Sponsor: Ward, Dan (107)
Permits the Division of Family Services to provide financial assistance to certain not-for-profit food pantries in the state.
HB 0085 -- (LR# 0246L- 01I)
Referred: Children and Families
HB86 --- Sponsor: Ward, Dan (107)
Reqires Department of Transportation to conduct an employee salaries comprehensive study every five years.
HB 0086 -- (LR# 0248L- 01I)
Referred: Transportation and Motor Vehicles
HB87 --- Sponsor: Ward, Dan (107) --- CoSponsor: Sager, Mike (048)
Authorizes permits for retired police officers to carry concealed firearms.
HB 0087 -- (LR# 0249L- 01I)
Referred: Crime Prevention and Public Safety
HB88 --- Sponsor: Ward, Dan (107)
Establishes Highway and Transportation Department Fund to pay fees for towing abandoned vehicles.
HB 0088 -- (LR# 0244L- 01I)
Referred: Transportation and Motor Vehicles
HB89 --- Sponsor: Ward, Dan (107) --- CoSponsor: Sager, Mike (048)
Excludes the cash value of life insurance policies with a total cash value of five thousand dollars or less from resources used to determine eligibility for Medicare or Medicaid.
HB 0089 -- (LR# 0247L- 01I)
Referred: Senior Security
HB90 --- Sponsor: Ward, Dan (107) --- CoSponsor: Sager, Mike (048)
Freezes property assessment on homesteads owned by individuals 65 or older.
HB 0090 -- (LR# 0245L- 01I)
Referred: Senior Security
HB96 --- Sponsor: Luetkemeyer, Blaine (115)
Requires boating safety identification card in order to operate a boat..
HB 0096 -- (LR# 0627L- 01I)
Referred: Transportation and Motor Vehicles
HB97 --- Sponsor: Johnson, Rick (090)
Authorizes up to a one percent sales tax for law enforcement purposes in Jefferson County.
HB 0097 -- (LR# 0729L- 01I)
Referred: Local Government
HB98 --- Sponsor: Graham, Chuck (024) --- CoSponsor: Byrd, Richard (094)
Allows the state of Missouri to be sued under the Americans with Disabilities Act.
HB 0098 -- (LR# 0663L- 01I)
Referred: Judiciary (H)
HB99 --- Sponsor: Seigfreid, James (026)
Changes certain campaign contribution limits.
HB 0099 -- (LR# 0570L- 01I)
Referred: Elections (H)
HB100 --- Sponsor: Johnson, Robert Thane (047)
Directs appeals from zoning boards of adjustment decisions to the governing body with jurisdiction over the property.
HB 0100 -- (LR# 0716L- 01I)
Referred: Local Government
HB103 --- Sponsor: Johnson, Robert Thane (047) --- CoSponsor: Yates, Brian David (056)
Repeals certificate of need law.
HB 0103 -- (LR# 0594L- 01I)
Referred: Health Care Policy
HB104 --- Sponsor: Hoskins, Theodore (080)
Permits election day voter registration at polling places.
HB 0104 -- (LR# 0354L- 01I)
Referred: Elections (H)
HB105 --- Sponsor: Hoskins, Theodore (080)
Requires the Missouri Ethics Commission to disclose complaints filed with it.
HB 0105 -- (LR# 0513L- 01I)
Referred: Judiciary (H)
HB113 --- Sponsor: Jolly, Cathy (045) --- CoSponsor: Willoughby, Philip (033)
Adds firefighters to the crime of assault of a law enforcement officer.
HB 0113 -- (LR# 0262L- 01I)
Referred: Crime Prevention and Public Safety
HB120 --- Sponsor: Barnitz, Frank A. (150) --- CoSponsor: Ransdall, Bill L. (148)
Authorizes concealed carry endorsements to allow persons to legally carry concealed firearms and creates a county sheriff's revolving fund.
HB 0120 -- (LR# 0511L- 01I)
Referred: Crime Prevention and Public Safety
HB122 --- Sponsor: Johnson, Robert Thane (047)
Changes the Kansas City public mass transportation system sales tax expiration date and proceeds expenditures.
HB 0122 -- (LR# 0774L- 01I)
Committee: Local Government
Public Hearing Held (H)
HB124 --- Sponsor: Ward, Dan (107)
Re-enacts the Missouri Title Insurance laws due to a Hammerschmidt violation.
HB 0124 -- (LR# 0795L- 01I)
Referred: Job Creations and Economic Development
HB125 --- Sponsor: Ward, Dan (107)
Creates the crime of assault of a Missouri sexual offender treatment center or Department of Corrections employee.
HB 0125 -- (LR# 0243L- 01I)
Referred: Crime Prevention and Public Safety
HB126 --- Sponsor: Merideth, Denny J. (162) --- CoSponsor: Crowell, Jason (158)
Authorizes state funding for the education of certain disabled students.
HB 0126 -- (LR# 0533L- 01I)
Referred: Education
HB128 --- Sponsor: Willoughby, Philip (033)
Authorizes honorary high school diplomas for certain civilians, prisoners of war, and other veterans.
HB 0128 -- (LR# 0813L- 01I)
Referred: Homeland Security and Veterans Affairs
HB130 --- Sponsor: Shoemyer, Wes (009)
Allows a tax credit of up to fifty percent of cash fund investments in eligible new generation processing entities.
HB 0130 -- (LR# 0848L- 01I)
Referred: Agriculture (H)
HB133 --- Sponsor: Willoughby, Philip (033)
Changes filing requirements for contests of elections of circuit and associate circuit judges.
HB 0133 -- (LR# 0805L- 01I)
Referred: Elections (H)
HB138 --- Sponsor: Crawford, Larry (117) --- CoSponsor: Self, Tom (116)
Establishes the Missouri Corrections Officers Training and Standards Commission within the Department of Public Safety and establishes a certification program for corrections officers.
HB 0138 -- (LR# 0621L- 01I)
Referred: Corrections & State Institutions
HB139 --- Sponsor: Crawford, Larry (117) --- CoSponsor: Sutherland, Mike (099)
Requires a percentage of ad valorem property tax collections to be used for computerized assessment aids.
HB 0139 -- (LR# 0645L- 01I)
Referred: Tax Policy
HB146 --- Sponsor: Graham, Chuck (024)
Requires that one voting member of the Governing boards of certain state institutions of higher education be a student.
HB 0146 -- (LR# 0769L- 01I)
Referred: Education
HB147 --- Sponsor: Villa, Thomas (108)
States the powers of the Gaming Commission, restricts the number of licenses that can be granted, and deletes the gambling loss limits.
HB 0147 -- (LR# 0510L- 01I)
Referred: Tax Policy
HB149 --- Sponsor: Bivens, Walt (097) --- CoSponsor: Avery, Jim (095)
Creates the Missouri Homestead Preservation Act.
HB 0149 -- (LR# 0580L- 01I)
Referred: Senior Security
HB150 --- Sponsor: Avery, Jim (095) --- CoSponsor: Bivens, Walt (097)
Creates the Missouri Homestead Preservation Act.
HB 0150 -- (LR# 0552L- 01I)
Referred: Senior Security
HB151 --- Sponsor: El-Amin, Yaphett (057)
Changes the age for disqualification from jury service from less than 21 to less than 18.
HB 0151 -- (LR# 0756L- 01I)
Referred: Judiciary (H)
HB155 --- Sponsor: George, Thomas E. (074)
Employment Security - 12 sections affected in 288.
HB 0155 -- (LR# 0830L- 01I)
Referred: Workforce Development and Workplace Safety
HB157 --- Sponsor: Johnson, Rick (090) --- CoSponsor: Harris, Jeff (023)
Telemarketing no-call definitions.
HB 0157 -- (LR# 0726L- 01I)
Referred: Communications, Energy and Technology
HB158 --- Sponsor: Zweifel, Clint (078) --- CoSponsor: Corcoran, Michael George (077)
State Auditor Report - same as 0315L.01I.
HB 0158 -- (LR# 0961L- 01I)
Referred: Budget (H)
HB159 --- Sponsor: Zweifel, Clint (078)
Recall elections for school board members.
HB 0159 -- (LR# 0958L- 01I)
Referred: Elections (H)
HB161 --- Sponsor: Salva, Ray (051)
Exempts certain persons from the licensure requirements for massage therapists.
HB 0161 -- (LR# 0261L- 01I)
Referred: Professional Registration & Licensing (H)
HB169 --- Sponsor: Kelly, Van (144)
Changes the age at which a person is deemed incapable of consent for crimes involving restraint from fourteen to seventeen.
HB 0169 -- (LR# 0911L- 01I)
Referred: Crime Prevention and Public Safety
HB172 --- Sponsor: Shoemyer, Wes (009)
Requires law enforcement to inform landowners of breaches in fencing when noticed.
HB 0172 -- (LR# 0479L- 01I)
Referred: Agriculture (H)
HB184 --- Sponsor: Johnson, Robert Thane (047)
Various revisions relating to liquor control.
HB 0184 -- (LR# 0921L- 02I)
Re-referred to committee (H)
Referred: Local Government
HB206 --- Sponsor: Hunter, Steve (127) --- CoSponsor: Townley, Merrill M. (112)
Exempts food sales made by religious, charitable and nonprofit organizations from the state food code laws and rules.
HB 0206 -- (LR# 0838L- 01I)
Re-referred to committee (H)
Referred: Agriculture (H)
HB233 --- Sponsor: Holand, Roy W. (135) --- CoSponsor: Wilson, Vicky Riback (025)
Requires health insurers to treat mental health in the same manner as other medical services.
HB 0233 -- (LR# 0827L- 01I)
Read second time (H)
HB234 --- Sponsor: Hubbard, Rodney R. (058) --- CoSponsor: Bland, Craig C. (043)
Establishes the Missouri 4 for more program.
HB 0234 -- (LR# 0950L- 01I)
Read second time (H)
HB235 --- Sponsor: Reinhart, Annie (034) --- CoSponsor: Davis, Cynthia L. (019)
Exempts self-employed business owners from unemployment tax.
HB 0235 -- (LR# 0660L- 01I)
Read second time (H)
HB236 --- Sponsor: Reinhart, Annie (034) --- CoSponsor: Shoemaker, Chris (008)
Creates a tax credit for fees paid to the Small Business Administration.
HB 0236 -- (LR# 0659L- 01I)
Read second time (H)
HB237 --- Sponsor: Johnson, Robert Thane (047)
Changes the limits on the amounts of certain campaign contributions.
HB 0237 -- (LR# 0395L- 02I)
Read second time (H)
HB238 --- Sponsor: Dougherty, Curt (053) --- CoSponsor: Henke, Wayne J. (011)
Lowers the minimum age for jury service from 21 to 18.
HB 0238 -- (LR# 1127L- 01I)
Read second time (H)
HB239 --- Sponsor: Morris, Larry (138) --- CoSponsor: Stevenson, Bryan P. (128)
Prohibits school districts from adopting discrimination policies that exceed state and federal protections against discrimination unless approved by voters of the district.
HB 0239 -- (LR# 0239L- 04I)
Read second time (H)
HB240 --- Sponsor: Barnitz, Frank A. (150) --- CoSponsor: Portwood, Dr. Charles R. (092)
Makes it a class A misdemeanor to sell liquor to or procure liquor for a person under 21 unless any person suffers serious physical injury or death then it is a class D felony.
HB 0240 -- (LR# 0856L- 01I)
Read second time (H)
HB241 --- Sponsor: Barnitz, Frank A. (150) --- CoSponsor: Jetton, Rod (156)
Provides that paddlesport outfitters are not liable for injury to or death of participants resulting from inherent risk of the sport and must post notice of this fact.
HB 0241 -- (LR# 0743L- 01I)
Read second time (H)
HB242 --- Sponsor: Barnitz, Frank A. (150) --- CoSponsor: Kuessner, J. C. (152)
Prohibits the possession or use of glass food or beverage containers within the banks of any navigable waterway in the state of Missouri.
HB 0242 -- (LR# 0930L- 01I)
Read second time (H)
HB243 --- Sponsor: Luetkemeyer, Blaine (115)
Changes the term of automobile insurance policies from twelve months to six months.
HB 0243 -- (LR# 0907L- 01I)
Read second time (H)
HB244 --- Sponsor: Baker, Brian (123) --- CoSponsor: Cooper, Shannon (120)
Permits Cass County to choose by ordinance a planning and zoning program authorized by state statute.
HB 0244 -- (LR# 1087L- 01I)
Read second time (H)
HB245 --- Sponsor: Marsh, B.J. (136) --- CoSponsor: Wright, Mark (137)
Designates a portion of U.S. Highway 60 as the "Korea War Veterans' Memorial Freeway".
HB 0245 -- (LR# 0993L- 01I)
Read second time (H)
HB246 --- Sponsor: Bishop, Dan (038) --- CoSponsor: Johnson, Robert Thane (047)
KC police retirement system.
HB 0246 -- (LR# 0559L- 01I)
Read second time (H)
HB247 --- Sponsor: Ward, Dan (107) --- CoSponsor: Selby, Harold R. (105)
Allows special mobile equipment to operate on weekends and legal holidays under certain circumstances.
HB 0247 -- (LR# 0295L- 01I)
Read second time (H)
HB248 --- Sponsor: Rector, Rex (124) --- CoSponsor: Avery, Jim (095)
Extends immunity from civil liability to owners of land next to certain dedicated trail systems.
HB 0248 -- (LR# 0861L- 01I)
Read second time (H)
HB249 --- Sponsor: Seigfreid, James (026)
Designates state route WW outside of Marshall, Missouri as "Butterfield Road".
HB 0249 -- (LR# 1181L- 01I)
Read second time (H)
HB250 --- Sponsor: Johnson, Rick (090)
Provides a grievance procedure for law enforcement officers who are subject to dismissal or disciplinary transfer.
HB 0250 -- (LR# 0924L- 01I)
Read second time (H)
HB251 --- Sponsor: Smith, Todd (118)
Allows recreational vehicle associations to participate in vehicle shows under certain circumstances.
HB 0251 -- (LR# 1004L- 01I)
Read second time (H)
HB252 --- Sponsor: Shoemaker, Chris (008) --- CoSponsor: Moore, Danielle (020)
Revises the crime of tampering with a judicial officer by adding juvenile officers, drug court and family court commissioners to the definition of a judicial officer.
HB 0252 -- (LR# 0766L- 02I)
Read second time (H)
HB253 --- Sponsor: Shoemaker, Chris (008) --- CoSponsor: Fraser, Barbara (083)
Prohibits the disclosure of the Social Security number of the petitioner for an order of protection.
HB 0253 -- (LR# 0049L- 01I)
Read second time (H)
HB254 --- Sponsor: Byrd, Richard (094)
Creates the uniform electronics transactions act.
HB 0254 -- (LR# 1206L- 01I)
Read second time (H)
HB255 --- Sponsor: Crawford, Larry (117) --- CoSponsor: Stevenson, Bryan P. (128)
Increases the age at which you can receive the death penalty for murder in the first degree from 16 to 18.
HB 0255 -- (LR# 0989L- 01I)
Introduced and read first time (H)
HB256 --- Sponsor: Avery, Jim (095) --- CoSponsor: Smith, Joe (014)
Changes the age of disqualification from jury service from under 21 to under 18.
HB 0256 -- (LR# 1107L- 01I)
Introduced and read first time (H)
HB257 --- Sponsor: Munzlinger, Brian (001) --- CoSponsor: Hobbs, Steve (021)
Allows specific tax credits to be taken on a quarterly basis.
HB 0257 -- (LR# 0602L- 01I)
Introduced and read first time (H)
HB258 --- Sponsor: Haywood, Esther (071) --- CoSponsor: Jones, Robin Wright (063)
Establishes lists of specific crimes which if motivated by race, color, religion, national origin, sex, sexual orientation or disability of the victim receive enhanced punishment.
HB 0258 -- (LR# 0105L- 01I)
Introduced and read first time (H)
HB259 --- Sponsor: Haywood, Esther (071) --- CoSponsor: Jones, Robin Wright (063)
Prohibits the use of credit scoring for all insurance purposes.
HB 0259 -- (LR# 0106L- 01I)
Introduced and read first time (H)
HB260 --- Sponsor: Henke, Wayne J. (011)
Nursing Home Administrators.
HB 0260 -- (LR# 0995L- 01I)
Introduced and read first time (H)
HB261 --- Sponsor: Whorton, James (003) --- CoSponsor: Seigfreid, James (026)
Designates U.S. highway 65 within this state as "American Legion Memorial Highway".
HB 0261 -- (LR# 0083L- 01I)
Introduced and read first time (H)
HB262 --- Sponsor: Hilgemann, Robert (064) --- CoSponsor: Villa, Thomas (108)
Allows the board of education for the St. Louis City school district to adopt a resolution raising the mandatory attendance age to seventeen.
HB 0262 -- (LR# 0364L- 01I)
Introduced and read first time (H)
HB263 --- Sponsor: Cooper, Shannon (120) --- CoSponsor: Dempsey, Tom (018)
Enacts enforcement provisions to the 1998 Tobacco Master Settlement Agreement.
HB 0263 -- (LR# 0909L- 01I)
Introduced and read first time (H)
HB264 --- Sponsor: Holand, Roy W. (135) --- CoSponsor: Campbell, Marsha (039)
Enacts nurse staffing requirements for all hospitals licensed in this state.
HB 0264 -- (LR# 1020L- 02I)
Introduced and read first time (H)
HB265 --- Sponsor: Cooper, Shannon (120)
Revises speed regulations for motor vehicles within certain counties.
HB 0265 -- (LR# 0946L- 01I)
Introduced and read first time (H)
HB266 --- Sponsor: Cooper, Shannon (120)
Emergency sirens in public schools.
HB 0266 -- (LR# 0640L- 01I)
Introduced and read first time (H)
HB267 --- Sponsor: Smith, Todd (118) --- CoSponsor: Wilson, Larry (119)
Permits non-charter counties to enact ordinances relating to the administration of county government.
HB 0267 -- (LR# 1005L- 01I)
Introduced and read first time (H)
HB268 --- Sponsor: Smith, Todd (118)
Changes the procedure for changing the classification of counties.
HB 0268 -- (LR# 1064L- 01I)
Introduced and read first time (H)
HB269 --- Sponsor: Smith, Todd (118)
Requires the Department of Mental health to develop a proposed state suicide prevention plan for submission to the general assembly.
HB 0269 -- (LR# 1158L- 01I)
Introduced and read first time (H)
HB270 --- Sponsor: Smith, Todd (118)
Allows ALJs and legal advisors hired after 2003 to be included in the state employees retirement system.
HB 0270 -- (LR# 1223L- 01I)
Introduced and read first time (H)
HB271 --- Sponsor: Merideth, Denny J. (162) --- CoSponsor: Jetton, Rod (156)
Permits continued pay for state employees on extended military leaves of absence.
HB 0271 -- (LR# 1161L- 01I)
Introduced and read first time (H)
HB272 --- Sponsor: Muckler, Matt (070) --- CoSponsor: Burnett, John P. (040)
Changes the provisions for payday loans.
HB 0272 -- (LR# 1069L- 01I)
Introduced and read first time (H)
HB273 --- Sponsor: Byrd, Richard (094) --- CoSponsor: Jetton, Rod (156)
Modifies various provisions regarding tort actions for personal injury.
HB 0273 -- (LR# 1052L- 01I)
Introduced and read first time (H)
HB274 --- Sponsor: Byrd, Richard (094)
Requires medical malpractice insurance rates to be approved by the Department of Insurance.
HB 0274 -- (LR# 1187L- 01I)
Introduced and read first time (H)
HB275 --- Sponsor: Merideth, Denny J. (162) --- CoSponsor: Moore, Danielle (020)
Establishes the Missouri Airport Protection Act.
HB 0275 -- (LR# 1159L- 01I)
Introduced and read first time (H)
HB276 --- Sponsor: Fraser, Barbara (083) --- CoSponsor: Wilson, Vicky Riback (025)
Prohibits public school districts from administering any corporal punishment.
HB 0276 -- (LR# 1154L- 02I)
Introduced and read first time (H)
HB277 --- Sponsor: Wright, Mark (137)
Authorizes removal of property from the Springfield community improvement district.
HB 0277 -- (LR# 1026L- 01I)
Introduced and read first time (H)
HB278 --- Sponsor: Davis, Cynthia L. (019) --- CoSponsor: Parker, Sherman (012)
Authorizes a conveyance in St. Charles County.
HB 0278 -- (LR# 1221L- 01I)
Introduced and read first time (H)
HB279 --- Sponsor: Ransdall, Bill L. (148)
Makes any DD 214 filed with the courts exempt from chapter 610 for 50 years with certain exceptions and makes it a crime for persons to violate this.
HB 0279 -- (LR# 1237L- 01I)
Introduced and read first time (H)
HB280 --- Sponsor: Avery, Jim (095) --- CoSponsor: Behnen, Bob (002)
Requires that one voting member of the governing boards of certain state institutions of higher education be a student.
HB 0280 -- (LR# 1106L- 01I)
Introduced and read first time (H)
HB281 --- Sponsor: Moore, Danielle (020) --- CoSponsor: Walton, Juanita Head (081)
Allows state board of education to issue lifetime certificates of license to teach.
HB 0281 -- (LR# 0721L- 03I)
Introduced and read first time (H)
HB282 --- Sponsor: Moore, Danielle (020) --- CoSponsor: Graham, Chuck (024)
Requires health insurers to provide coverage for children's hearing aids.
HB 0282 -- (LR# 0955L- 01I)
Introduced and read first time (H)
HB283 --- Sponsor: Green, Tom (015)
Defines street rods and regulates registration of such vehicles.
HB 0283 -- (LR# 0184L- 01I)
Introduced and read first time (H)
HB284 --- Sponsor: Crawford, Larry (117)
Repeals section 304.157 as enacted by senate bill no. 17, ninetieth general assembly, first regular session.
HB 0284 -- (LR# 1192L- 01I)
Introduced and read first time (H)
HB285 --- Sponsor: Walton, Juanita Head (081) --- CoSponsor: Moore, Danielle (020)
Revises discipline policy for public schools.
HB 0285 -- (LR# 0601L- 01I)
Introduced and read first time (H)
HB286 --- Sponsor: Bearden, Carl (016) --- CoSponsor: Campbell, Marsha (039)
Extends the sunset on the federal hospital reimbursement allowance program to 2006.
HB 0286 -- (LR# 1125L- 01I)
Introduced and read first time (H)
HB287 --- Sponsor: Roark, Bradley G. (139) --- CoSponsor: Cooper, Shannon (120)
Revises section 574.075 to make it a misdemeanor to be in school, curch or courthouse in a drunken, intoxicated or disorderly condition or to drink or offer anything intoxicating to drink to anyone.
HB 0287 -- (LR# 0381L- 01I)
Introduced and read first time (H)
HB288 --- Sponsor: Jetton, Rod (156) --- CoSponsor: Lager, Brad (004)
Establishes the classroom trust fund.
HB 0288 -- (LR# 0736L- 03I)
Introduced and read first time (H)
HCR6 --- Sponsor: Bruns, Mark J. (113) --- CoSponsor: Brown, Jason (030)
Disapproves the salary recommendations submitted by the Missouri Citizen's Commission on Compensation for Elected Officials.
HCS HCR 6 -- (LR# 0428L- 03C)
HCS adopted in House (H)
Third Read and Passed (H)
HCR8 --- Sponsor: Walton, Juanita Head (081)
Creates the Joint Legislative Committee on Out-of-School Programs.
HCR0008 -- (LR# 1140L- 01I)
Withdrawn (H)
HCR9 --- Sponsor: Boykins, Amber (Holly) (060) --- CoSponsor: Wilson, Yvonne S. (042)
Declares the first Thursday in February of each year to be "African American Business Enterprise Day".
HCR0009 -- (LR# 0584L- 01I)
Read second time (H)
HCR10 --- Sponsor: Boykins, Amber (Holly) (060) --- CoSponsor: Wilson, Yvonne S. (042)
Declares the third Monday and Tuesday in February of each year to be "Delta Days" in the state of Missouri.
HCR0010 -- (LR# 0582L- 01I)
Read second time (H)
HCR11 --- Sponsor: Moore, Danielle (020)
Creates the Joint Legislative Committee on Out-of-School Programs.
HCR0011 -- (LR# 1284L- 01I)
Offered (H)
HJR1 --- Sponsor: Harris, Jeff (023)
Proposes a constitutional amendment to allow approval of school bond issues by simple majority vote.
HJR0001 -- (LR# 0417L- 01I)
Referred: Education
HJR2 --- Sponsor: Seigfreid, James (026) --- CoSponsor: Davis, D. J. (122)
Proposes a constitutional amendment to allow the Highways and Transportation Commission to construct toll roads and facilities.
HJR0002 -- (LR# 0509L- 01I)
Referred: Transportation and Motor Vehicles
HJR3 --- Sponsor: Seigfreid, James (026) --- CoSponsor: Davis, D. J. (122)
Proposes a constitutional amendment repealing the Missouri Citizen's Commission on Compensation for Elected Officials.
HJR0003 -- (LR# 0536L- 01I)
Referred: Budget (H)
HJR4 --- Sponsor: Johnson, Rick (090)
Proposes a constitutional amendment revising the composition of the State Board of Education.
HJR0004 -- (LR# 0718L- 01I)
Referred: Education
HJR6 --- Sponsor: Yates, Brian David (056) --- CoSponsor: Dusenberg, Gary (054)
Proposes a constitutional amendment limiting all statewide officers to two terms.
HJR0006 -- (LR# 1012L- 01I)
Referred: Elections (H)
HJR7 --- Sponsor: Whorton, James (003) --- CoSponsor: Johnson, Rick (090)
Proposes a constitutional amendment preserving the right to hunt, fish, and harvest game.
HJR0007 -- (LR# 0225L- 01I)
Referred: Conservation and Natural Resources
HJR8 --- Sponsor: Dusenberg, Gary (054) --- CoSponsor: Yates, Brian David (056)
Proposes a constitutional amendment replacing the Highways and Transportation Commission with a Director of Transportation.
HJR0008 -- (LR# 0918L- 01I)
Referred: Transportation and Motor Vehicles
HJR9 --- Sponsor: Parker, Sherman (012) --- CoSponsor: Stevenson, Bryan P. (128)
Proposes a constitutional amendment limiting all statewide elected officers to two terms.
HJR0009 -- (LR# 0887L- 01I)
Referred: Elections (H)
HR128 --- Sponsor: Crawford, Larry (117)
Grants the 4-H Citizenship Youth Forum use of the House Chamber on Thursday, July 3, 2003, from 9 am to 11:30 am.
HR 0128 -- (LR# 1220L- 01I)
Offered (H)
SB15 --- Sponsor: Childers, Doyle (29)
Creates a Legislative Academy within the General assembly.
SB 0015 -- (LR# 0163S- 02I)
Second Rd/Refer: Economic Development, Tourism & Local Gov
SB17 --- Sponsor: Childers, Doyle (29)
A percentage of insurance premium taxes shall fund various fire protection programs.
SB 0017 -- (LR# 0206S- 01I)
Second Rd/Refer: Economic Development, Tourism & Local Gov
SB44 --- Sponsor: Dougherty, Patrick (04)
Allows employees to take six weeks of paid leave for family or medical reasons.
SB 0044 -- (LR# 0252S- 01I)
Second Read/Referred: Aging,Families,Mental & Public Health
SB61 --- Sponsor: Caskey, Harold (31)
Limits the private use of an individual's Social Security Number in certain situations.
SB 0061 -- (LR# 0172S- 01I)
Second Rd/Refer: Judiciary & Civil & Criminal Jurisprudence
SB65 --- Sponsor: Goode, P. Wayne (13)
Modifies provisions of Unmarked Human Burial Act.
SB 0065 -- (LR# 0162S- 03I)
Second Rd/Refer: Fin & Govt Org, Veteran Affairs & Elections
SB83 --- Sponsor: Cauthorn, John (18)
Allows issuance of permits to carry concealed weapons.
SB 0083 -- (LR# 0071S- 01I)
Second Read and Referred: Pensions and General Laws (S)
SB84 --- Sponsor: Cauthorn, John (18)
Allows specific tax credits be taken on a quarterly basis.
SB 0084 -- (LR# 0439S- 01I)
Second Rd/Refer: Agriculture, Conservation, Parks & Nat Res
SB91 --- Sponsor: Coleman, Maida (05)
Requires law enforcement officers to provide specified notice before administering portable chemical test.
SB 0091 -- (LR# 0250S- 01I)
Second Rd/Refer: Judiciary & Civil & Criminal Jurisprudence
SB104 --- Sponsor: Goode, P. Wayne (13)
Increases the Housing Trust Fund fee from $3 to $5 and applies the fee to all recordable instruments except marriage licenses.
SB 0104 -- (LR# 0036S- 02I)
Second Rd/Refer: Small Business, Insurance & Industrial Rel
SB113 --- Sponsor: Loudon, John (07)
Makes it illegal to install fake air bags in automobiles.
SB 0113 -- (LR# 0398S- 01I)
Second Rd/Refer: Judiciary & Civil & Criminal Jurisprudence
SB115 --- Sponsor: Dougherty, Patrick (04)
Allows the Department of Health to investigate complaints of air quality in public schools.
SB 0115 -- (LR# 0061S- 01I)
Second Read/Referred: Aging,Families,Mental & Public Health
SB152 --- Sponsor: Bland, Mary (09)
Prohibits sale of firearms without a trigger-locking device.
SB 0152 -- (LR# 0149S- 01I)
Second Rd/Refer: Judiciary & Civil & Criminal Jurisprudence
SB174 --- Sponsor: Childers, Doyle (29)
Limits Paddlesport Outfitters liability.
SB 0174 -- (LR# 0497S- 01I)
Second Rd/Refer: Judiciary & Civil & Criminal Jurisprudence
SB198 --- Sponsor: Caskey, Harold (31)
Modifies DNA Profiling System.
SB 0198 -- (LR# 0719S- 01I)
Second Rd/Refer: Judiciary & Civil & Criminal Jurisprudence
SB215 --- Sponsor: Foster, Bill I. (25)
Alters the conditions by which a school district may transfer moneys from the incidental fund to the capital projects fund.
SB 0215 -- (LR# 0762S- 01I)
Second read and referred: Education (S)
SB223 --- Sponsor: Foster, Bill I. (25)
Creates State Board of Auctioneers to oversee licensing of persons engaged in practice of auctioneering.
SB 0223 -- (LR# 0694S- 01I)
Second Rd/Refer: Fin & Govt Org, Veteran Affairs & Elections
SB226 --- Sponsor: Klindt, David (12)
Exempts motorcyclists age 21 and older from wearing a helmet when operating a motorcycle or motortricycle.
SB 0226 -- (LR# 0771S- 01I)
Second read and referred: Transportation (S)
SB227 --- Sponsor: Cauthorn, John (18)
Caps county road speed limits to 45 mph and limits sign posting to roads with speed limits less than 45 mph.
SB 0227 -- (LR# 0878S- 01I)
Second read and referred: Transportation (S)
SB230 --- Sponsor: Bray, Joan (24)
Modifies law on formation of transportation development districts.
SB 0230 -- (LR# 0832S- 01I)
Second read and referred: Transportation (S)
SB231 --- Sponsor: Caskey, Harold (31)
Authorizes custodial interrogations of persons suspected of committing felonies must be recorded.
SB 0231 -- (LR# 0890S- 01I)
Second Rd/Refer: Judiciary & Civil & Criminal Jurisprudence
SB233 --- Sponsor: Foster, Bill I. (25)
Modifies the provisions of the public school and non-teacher retirement systems.
SB 0233 -- (LR# 0859S- 02I)
Second Read and Referred: Pensions and General Laws (S)
SB234 --- Sponsor: Quick, Edward E. (17)
Allows Clay county to open or operate a concession stand at privately operated marinas.
SB 0234 -- (LR# 0931S- 01I)
Second Rd/Refer: Economic Development, Tourism & Local Gov
SB235 --- Sponsor: Quick, Edward E. (17)
Considers the value of a redevelopment area when calculating local indebtedness limit.
SB 0235 -- (LR# 0715S- 01I)
Second Rd/Refer: Economic Development, Tourism & Local Gov
SB236 --- Sponsor: DePasco, Ronnie (11) --- CoSponsor: Loudon, John (07)
Creates a one-dollar check-off on income tax returns to fund the workers memorial.
SB 0236 -- (LR# 0862S- 01I)
Second read and referred: Ways and Means (S)
SB238 --- Sponsor: Caskey, Harold (31)
Modifies provisions regarding incorporation or annexation of unincorporated areas of Cass County.
SB 0238 -- (LR# 0806S- 01I)
Second Rd/Refer: Economic Development, Tourism & Local Gov
SB239 --- Sponsor: Mathewson, James L. (21)
Authorizes conveyance of National Guard Armory in Sedalia to the Sedalia School District Foundation.
SB 0239 -- (LR# 0982S- 01I)
Second Rd/Refer: Economic Development, Tourism & Local Gov
SB240 --- Sponsor: Mathewson, James L. (21)
Allows honorably discharged veterans to obtain "U.S. VET" motor vehicle license plates.
SB 0240 -- (LR# 0940S- 01I)
Second read and referred: Transportation (S)
SB242 --- Sponsor: Yeckel, Anita (01)
Limits the amount of a supersedeas bond an appellant is required to post while an appeal is pending to $25 million.
SB 0242 -- (LR# 0983S- 01I)
Second Rd/Refer: Judiciary & Civil & Criminal Jurisprudence
SB243 --- Sponsor: Yeckel, Anita (01)
Creates the State Property Preservation Fund.
SB 0243 -- (LR# 0919S- 01I)
Second Rd/Refer: Fin & Govt Org, Veteran Affairs & Elections
SB244 --- Sponsor: Russell, John T. (33) --- CoSponsor: Vogel, Carl (06)
Creates the Exhibition Center & Recreation Facility District Act for certain counties.
SB 0244 -- (LR# 0910S- 01I)
Second Rd/Refer: Economic Development, Tourism & Local Gov
SB245 --- Sponsor: Shields, Charles W. (34) --- CoSponsor: Bartle, Matt (08)
Any increase in the Gaming Proceeds for Education Fund shall be transferred to the Classroom Trust Fund.
SB 0245 -- (LR# 0326S- 02I)
Second read and referred: Education (S)
SB246 --- Sponsor: Steelman, Sarah G. (16)
Modifies provisions for PSC residency, staffing and ex parte communications.
SB 0246 -- (LR# 0728S- 03I)
Second read and referred: Commerce and Environment (S)
SB247 --- Sponsor: Dolan, Jonathan (02)
Modifies the provisions of the public school and non-teacher retirement systems.
SB 0247 -- (LR# 0903S- 02I)
Second read and referred: Education (S)
SB248 --- Sponsor: Gross, Charles (23) --- CoSponsor: Goode, P. Wayne (13)
Administrative Law Judge's and Legal Advisor's hired after 2003 are under state employee retirement system.
SB 0248 -- (LR# 0858S- 02I)
Second Read and Referred: Pensions and General Laws (S)
SB250 --- Sponsor: Stoll, Steve (22)
Allows certain counties to enact a one-half percent sales tax for law enforcement purposes.
SB 0250 -- (LR# 0156S- 01I)
Second Rd/Refer: Economic Development, Tourism & Local Gov
SB251 --- Sponsor: Childers, Doyle (29)
Exempts retailers from sales tax for inventory donated to private or public education entities.
SB 0251 -- (LR# 0850S- 01I)
Second read and referred: Education (S)
SB252 --- Sponsor: Steelman, Sarah G. (16)
Relates to bond authorization for water, sewer and stormwater projects.
SB 0252 -- (LR# 0915S- 01I)
Second read and referred: Commerce and Environment (S)
SB254 --- Sponsor: Goode, P. Wayne (13) --- CoSponsor: Mathewson, James L. (21)
Increases the taxes on Cigarettes and Tobacco Products.
SB 0254 -- (LR# 0978S- 02I)
Second read and referred: Ways and Means (S)
SB255 --- Sponsor: Kinder, Peter (27)
PSC jurisdiction of consumer owned electric corporations.
SB 0255 -- (LR# 0896L- 01I)
Second read and referred: Commerce and Environment (S)
SB256 --- Sponsor: Goode, P. Wayne (13)
Limits Judicial Discretion where jury is unable to unanimously agree on the death penalty.
SB 0256 -- (LR# 0863S- 01I)
Second Rd/Refer: Judiciary & Civil & Criminal Jurisprudence
SB257 --- Sponsor: Steelman, Sarah G. (16)
Establishes the Missouri Patients' Compensation Fund to assist health care providers with excess liability coverage.
SB 0257 -- (LR# 0847S- 02I)
Referred: Small Business
SB258 --- Sponsor: Steelman, Sarah G. (16)
Modifies transportation development district law as it relates to special assessments.
SB 0258 -- (LR# 1023S- 01I)
Second read and referred: Transportation (S)
SB259 --- Sponsor: Steelman, Sarah G. (16)
Imposes additional surcharges and driver's license suspensions on any person failing to yield the right-of-way.
SB 0259 -- (LR# 1011S- 01I)
Second read and referred: Transportation (S)
SB260 --- Sponsor: Stoll, Steve (22) --- CoSponsor: Mathewson, James L. (21)
Modifies appropriation procedures for community college districts.
SB 0260 -- (LR# 0937S- 01I)
Second read and referred: Education (S)
SB261 --- Sponsor: Clemens, Dan (20)
Allows members of the Missouri Foxtrotting Horse Breed Association to obtain specialized license plates.
SB 0261 -- (LR# 1041S- 01I)
Second read and referred: Transportation (S)
SB262 --- Sponsor: Clemens, Dan (20)
Exempts all public and private retirement benefits from income tax.
SB 0262 -- (LR# 0358S- 01I)
Second read and referred: Ways and Means (S)
SB263 --- Sponsor: Jacob, Kenneth B. (19)
Modifies the closing of criminal records.
SB 0263 -- (LR# 0060S- 01I)
Second Rd/Refer: Judiciary & Civil & Criminal Jurisprudence
SB264 --- Sponsor: Shields, Charles W. (34)
Articulates conditions under which certain school districts shall not be obligated to comply with certain salary compliance provisions.
SB 0264 -- (LR# 0952S- 01I)
Second read and referred: Education (S)
SB265 --- Sponsor: Shields, Charles W. (34)
State board shall issue teaching certificates valid for the life span of the teacher.
SB 0265 -- (LR# 0574S- 04I)
Second read and referred: Education (S)
SB266 --- Sponsor: Shields, Charles W. (34)
Requires the department of mental health to develop a plan to address the needs of persons with developmental disabilities who are on waitlists for services.
SB 0266 -- (LR# 1024L- 01I)
Second Read/Referred: Aging,Families,Mental & Public Health
SB267 --- Sponsor: Shields, Charles W. (34)
Alters the criteria DESE employs for designating a school, or school district, as "priority".
SB 0267 -- (LR# 0951S- 01I)
Second read and referred: Education (S)
SB268 --- Sponsor: Loudon, John (07) --- CoSponsor: Goode, P. Wayne (13)
Authorizes special motion to dismiss in Strategic Litigation Against Public Participation (SLAPP).
SB 0268 -- (LR# 0169S- 02I)
Second Rd/Refer: Judiciary & Civil & Criminal Jurisprudence
SB269 --- Sponsor: Quick, Edward E. (17)
Enables Excelsior Springs to submit a public safety sales tax to its voters.
SB 0269 -- (LR# 1050S- 01I)
Second Rd/Refer: Economic Development, Tourism & Local Gov
SB270 --- Sponsor: Foster, Bill I. (25) --- CoSponsor: Dolan, Jonathan (02)
Establishes the Highway Patrol Trust Fund and imposes a surcharge on licenses to fund it.
SB 0270 -- (LR# 0833S- 01I)
Referred: Transportation and Motor Vehicles
SB271 --- Sponsor: Jacob, Kenneth B. (19)
Restricts big trucks to 65 mph on interstates.
SB 0271 -- (LR# 0059S- 01I)
Referred: Transportation and Motor Vehicles
SB273 --- Sponsor: Bland, Mary (09) --- CoSponsor: Wheeler, Charles B. (10)
Extends the KC public mass transportation sales tax from December 31, 2003 to December 31, 2005.
SB 0273 -- (LR# 1045S- 01I)
Referred: Transportation and Motor Vehicles
SB274 --- Sponsor: Caskey, Harold (31)
Requires insurers to provide coverage for hearing aids for children.
SB 0274 -- (LR# 1109S- 01I)
Referred: Small Business
SB275 --- Sponsor: Russell, John T. (33)
Repeals authority of governor to convey certain state property in Cole County.
SB 0275 -- (LR# 1001S- 01I)
Second Rd/Refer: Economic Development, Tourism & Local Gov
SB277 --- Sponsor: Jacob, Kenneth B. (19)
Excuses ophthalmologists from jury duty.
SB 0277 -- (LR# 1043S- 01I)
Second Rd/Refer: Judiciary & Civil & Criminal Jurisprudence
SB278 --- Sponsor: Steelman, Sarah G. (16)
Allows for recovery of certain purchased energy costs by electrical corporations.
SB 0278 -- (LR# 0794S- 02I)
Second read and referred: Commerce and Environment (S)
SB281 --- Sponsor: Shields, Charles W. (34)
First class county may acquire, erect, operate, manage, etc. buildings and property outside the county seat.
SB 0281 -- (LR# 1055S- 01I)
Second Rd/Refer: Economic Development, Tourism & Local Gov
SB282 --- Sponsor: Shields, Charles W. (34)
Changes the maximum time a county commission may issue a lease or concession grant for certain public facilities.
SB 0282 -- (LR# 1039S- 01I)
Second Rd/Refer: Economic Development, Tourism & Local Gov
SB283 --- Sponsor: Klindt, David (12)
Re-enacts legislation repealed by a prior unconstitutional bill.
SB 0283 -- (LR# 1056S- 01I)
Referred: Small Business
SB284 --- Sponsor: Loudon, John (07)
Includes certain pro bono attorneys doing work for tax exempt nonprofit community social services center in legal expense fund.
SB 0284 -- (LR# 0967S- 02I)
Second Rd/Refer: Judiciary & Civil & Criminal Jurisprudence
SB286 --- Sponsor: Dougherty, Patrick (04)
Allows metropolitan school districts (St. Louis Public Schools) the power to raise the compulsory attendance age to 17.
SB 0286 -- (LR# 1049S- 01I)
Second read and referred: Education (S)
SB287 --- Sponsor: Childers, Doyle (29)
In some cases removes work done on behalf of schools from the requirements of the prevailing wage laws.
SB 0287 -- (LR# 0730S- 03I)
Referred: Small Business
SB289 --- Sponsor: Dolan, Jonathan (02) --- CoSponsor: Nodler, Gary (32)
Names the portion of Highway 71 within Jasper County the "Trooper Charles P Corbin Memorial Highway".
SB 0289 -- (LR# 1070S- 01I)
Second read and referred: Transportation (S)
SB290 --- Sponsor: Gross, Charles (23) --- CoSponsor: Steelman, Sarah G. (16)
Allows for recovery of certain infrastructure and security costs by electrical corporations.
SB 0290 -- (LR# 0922S- 01I)
Second read and referred: Commerce and Environment (S)
SB299 --- Sponsor: Champion, Norma (30)
Requires performance based budgeting.
SB 0299 -- (LR# 0682S- 07I)
Second Rd/Refer: Government Accountability & Fiscal Oversght
SCR1 --- Sponsor: Gross, Charles (23)
Disapproves the Salary Commission Recommendations.
SCR0001 -- (LR# 0359S- 01I)
Reported Do Pass (H)
SJR1 --- Sponsor: Bland, Mary (09)
Ratifies the United States Equal Rights Amendment.
SJR0001 -- (LR# 0155S- 01I)
Second Rd/Refer: Judiciary & Civil & Criminal Jurisprudence
SJR2 --- Sponsor: Bland, Mary (09)
Repeals portions of the Hancock Amendment concerning total state revenues and tax increases.
SJR0002 -- (LR# 0041S- 02I)
Second read and referred: Ways and Means (S)
SJR3 --- Sponsor: Gross, Charles (23)
Exempts property owned by veterans' organization from property taxation.
SJR0003 -- (LR# 0096S- 01I)
Second read and referred: Ways and Means (S)
SJR4 --- Sponsor: Cauthorn, John (18)
Allows private school students to ride public school buses.
SJR0004 -- (LR# 0291S- 01I)
Second read and referred: Education (S)
SJR5 --- Sponsor: Bland, Mary (09)
Creates a fund to hold excess revenue of the state.
SJR0005 -- (LR# 0104S- 01I)
Second read and referred: Ways and Means (S)
SJR6 --- Sponsor: Bartle, Matt (08)
Abolishes the highway commission and replaces it with a Director of Transportation.
SJR0006 -- (LR# 0521S- 02I)
Second read and referred: Transportation (S)
SJR7 --- Sponsor: Loudon, John (07)
Amends the Constitution to allow the Commission to design, acquire, construct, maintain and operate toll facilities.
SJR0007 -- (LR# 0692S- 01I)
Second read and referred: Transportation (S)
SJR8 --- Sponsor: Bartle, Matt (08)
Creates a limit of two terms for offices of attorney general, state auditor, secretary of state and lieutenant governor.
SJR0008 -- (LR# 0704S- 01I)
Second Rd/Refer: Fin & Govt Org, Veteran Affairs & Elections
SJR11 --- Sponsor: Bartle, Matt (08)
Reduces number of representatives from 163 to 105 and increases number of senators from 34 to 35.
SJR0011 -- (LR# 0724S- 01I)
Second Rd/Refer: Fin & Govt Org, Veteran Affairs & Elections
SJR12 --- Sponsor: Mathewson, James L. (21) --- CoSponsor: Goode, P. Wayne (13)
Increases the motor fuel tax by four cents to retire state road bonds authorized by the General Assembly.
SJR0012 -- (LR# 0667S- 05I)
Second read and referred: Transportation (S)
SJR14 --- Sponsor: Jacob, Kenneth B. (19)
Amends the Constitution to creates a budget stabilization fund.
SJR0014 -- (LR# 1048S- 01I)
Second read and referred: Ways and Means (S)

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