CONSERVATION, DEPARTMENT OF
Missouri House of Representatives
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CONSERVATION, DEPARTMENT OF

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HB 222 --- Sponsor: Luetkemeyer, Blaine
Exempts sponsors of certain fishing contests from the Department of Conservation's fishing permit and licensing requirements and allows certain hand fishing.
HB 226 --- Sponsor: Holand, Roy W. --- CoSponsor: Hampton, Mark
Requires restitution to the state for illegally taking deer and authorizes Conservation Commission to suspend, revoke, or deny a permit to hunt.
HB 386 --- Sponsor: Pearce, David --- CoSponsor: Deeken, Bill
Requires the Department of Conservation to pay the first two hundred fifty dollars of damages to a motor vehicle that collides with a deer.
HJR 23 --- Sponsor: Quinn, John --- CoSponsor: Bearden, Carl
Proposes a constitutional amendment dedicating one-half of the conservation sales tax to public schools.
SB 102 --- Sponsor: Goode, P. Wayne
Creates the Invasive Species Council.
SB 237 --- Sponsor: Russell, John T.
Allows fishing contests to be conducted without a permit.
SB 450 --- Sponsor: Mathewson, James L.
Creates the Division of Community Health.
SB 601 --- Sponsor: Griesheimer, John E. --- CoSponsor: Cauthorn, John
Increases the benefits of conservation agents and retired conservation agents.
SB 683 --- Sponsor: Clemens, Dan
Requires any land purchased by the Department of Conservation which has not been improved by more than $10,000 to be sold at public auction.
SCR 18 --- Sponsor: Mathewson, James L. --- CoSponsor: Steelman, Sarah G.
Creates an interim committee to study the streamlining of state employee benefits.
SJR 21 --- Sponsor: Cauthorn, John
Puts the vote of the people every four years the issue of conservation sales tax.
SJR 22 --- Sponsor: Klindt, David
A constitutional amendment to eliminate the authority of the Department of Conservation to purchase land.
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