CRIMES AND PUNISHMENT
Missouri House of Representatives
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CRIMES AND PUNISHMENT

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HB 35 --- Sponsor: Jolly, Cathy --- CoSponsor: Moore, Danielle
Revises law on certain sexual crimes against children and on testimony by a child.
HB 40 --- Sponsor: Richard, Ron --- CoSponsor: Stevenson, Bryan P.
Creates the crime of intimidation of an athletic coach or sprorts official.
HB 51 --- Sponsor: Mayer, Robert
Revises procedures for suspension or expulsion of pupils in public schools.
HB 54 --- Sponsor: Jolly, Cathy --- CoSponsor: Moore, Danielle
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 63 --- Sponsor: Jolly, Cathy --- CoSponsor: Johnson, Rick
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 64 --- Sponsor: Jolly, Cathy --- CoSponsor: Skaggs, Trent
Allows persons arrested for felony offenses to be held without charge for up to 32 hours.
HB 66 --- Sponsor: Bringer, Rachel
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 67 --- Sponsor: Bringer, Rachel
Adds certain drug-related activities to the crime of endangering the welfare of a child.
HB 68 --- Sponsor: Bringer, Rachel
Makes involuntary manslaughter a B felony instead of a C felony.
HB 69 --- Sponsor: Bringer, Rachel
Authorizes a 24 hour hold for all crimes.
HB 81 --- Sponsor: Bland, Craig C.
Prohibits open containers of alcohol in motor vehicles.
HB 84 --- Sponsor: Ward, Dan --- CoSponsor: Sager, Mike
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 87 --- Sponsor: Ward, Dan --- CoSponsor: Sager, Mike
Authorizes permits for retired police officers to carry concealed firearms.
HB 91 --- Sponsor: Mayer, Robert --- CoSponsor: Crowell, Jason
Authorizes county commissioners to create county crime reduction funds and establishes the Missouri Sheriffs' Methamphetamine Relief Task Force.
HB 92 --- Sponsor: Wright, Mark
Increases the minimum prison time for forcible rape, attempted forcible rape, forcible sodomy, and attempted forcible sodomy.
HB 102 --- Sponsor: Phillips, Susan C. --- CoSponsor: Reinhart, Annie
Modifies the standards for restricting or suspending the licenses of pharmacists and pharmacies.
HB 113 --- Sponsor: Jolly, Cathy --- CoSponsor: Willoughby, Philip
Adds firefighters to the crime of assault of a law enforcement officer.
HB 125 --- Sponsor: Ward, Dan
Creates the crime of assault of a Missouri sexual offender treatment center or Department of Corrections employee.
HB 127 --- Sponsor: Willoughby, Philip
Authorizes Highway Patrol to adopt procedures for certain criminal history record information requests and payment options.
HB 136 --- Sponsor: Crawford, Larry --- CoSponsor: Sander, Therese
Authorizes permits to carry concealed firearms.
HB 137 --- Sponsor: Crawford, Larry --- CoSponsor: Dusenberg, Gary
Requires operators of motorcycles and motortricycles who are under twenty-one years of age to wear protective headgear.
HB 140 --- Sponsor: Crawford, Larry
Reduces the fine for failure to wear protective headgear when operating a motorcycle.
HB 148 --- Sponsor: Crawford, Larry --- CoSponsor: Reinhart, Annie
Makes it a crime to sell a child.
HB 163 --- Sponsor: Pratt, Bryan --- CoSponsor: Yates, Brian David
Makes it a crime to engage in human cloning.
HB 164 --- Sponsor: Yates, Brian David --- CoSponsor: Dusenberg, Gary
Requires the Missouri State Highway Patrol to maintain a web site with a registered sexual offender search capability.
HB 165 --- Sponsor: Ransdall, Bill L.
Makes it a crime for a proprietor of an adult cabaret to allow a person under 21 to dance in it or for a person under 21 to dance in an adult cabaret.
HB 167 --- Sponsor: Kelly, Van
Increases the penalty for selling intoxicating liquor to minors.
HB 168 --- Sponsor: Kelly, Van
Creates the crime of sexual contact with a student while on public school property.
HB 169 --- Sponsor: Kelly, Van
Changes the age at which a person is deemed incapable of consent for crimes involving restraint from fourteen to seventeen.
HB 176 --- Sponsor: Bland, Craig C.
Creates a statewide Amber Alert Program.
HB 185 --- Sponsor: Schneider, Vicki --- CoSponsor: Brown, Jason
Creates a statutory Amber Alert Program to aid in the location of abducted persons.
HB 188 --- Sponsor: Munzlinger, Brian
Creates the Missouri Sheriff Methamphetamine Relief Taskforce.
HB 194 --- Sponsor: Stevenson, Bryan P. --- CoSponsor: Jackson, Jack
Revises the crimes of assault of a law enforcement officer in the first, second, and third degrees by adding firefighters while executing or performing their duties.
HB 198 --- Sponsor: Stevenson, Bryan P. --- CoSponsor: Wilson, Kevin
Revises criminal laws.
HB 200 --- Sponsor: Johnson, Robert Thane --- CoSponsor: Villa, Thomas
Eliminates judges discretion to impose death penalty when the jury is unable to decide.
HB 209 --- Sponsor: Lembke, Jim --- CoSponsor: Portwood, Dr. Charles R.
Prohibits the cloning of human beings.
HB 210 --- Sponsor: Kratky, Fred
Creates a $10 surcharge in certain criminal cases, creates the "GREAT fund", creates the Gang Resistance Education and Training (GREAT) and the Show Me Students with Character Initiative programs.
HB 223 --- Sponsor: Wilson, Vicky Riback --- CoSponsor: Bland, Craig C.
Eliminates the death penalty for murder in the first degree.
HB 227 --- Sponsor: Willoughby, Philip
Allows electronic payments for criminal repository checks and authorizes the Highway Patrol to establish procedures for receiving requests and payments for requests.
HB 229 --- Sponsor: Wright, Mark --- CoSponsor: Portwood, Dr. Charles R.
Increases the penalties for forcible rape, forcible sodomy, attempt to commit forcible rape, and attempt to commit forcible sodomy.
HB 230 --- Sponsor: Jolly, Cathy --- CoSponsor: Burnett, John P.
Requires certain persons guilty of sexual offenses and sexual offenses against a child to complete required treatment programs and follow treatment directives.
HB 231 --- Sponsor: Jolly, Cathy --- CoSponsor: Marsh, B.J.
Sentencing penalties and punishment not to be altered by alteration of law prior to sentencing.
HB 232 --- Sponsor: Jolly, Cathy --- CoSponsor: Johnson, Rick
Includes registered sexual offenders in the family care safety registry.
HB 240 --- Sponsor: Barnitz, Frank A. --- CoSponsor: Portwood, Dr. Charles R.
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 241 --- Sponsor: Barnitz, Frank A. --- CoSponsor: Jetton, Rod
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 242 --- Sponsor: Barnitz, Frank A. --- CoSponsor: Kuessner, J. C.
Prohibits the possession or use of glass food or beverage containers within the banks of any navigable waterway in the state of Missouri.
HB 252 --- Sponsor: Shoemaker, Chris --- CoSponsor: Moore, Danielle
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 255 --- Sponsor: Crawford, Larry --- CoSponsor: Stevenson, Bryan P.
Increases the age at which the death penalty can be imposed from 16 to 18.
HB 258 --- Sponsor: Haywood, Esther --- CoSponsor: Jones, Robin Wright
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 302 --- Sponsor: Morris, Larry --- CoSponsor: Kuessner, J. C.
Establishes a statewide crime laboratory system within the Department of Public Safety.
HB 313 --- Sponsor: Dougherty, Curt
Revises the DNA profiling system to included all types of pleas and convictions, all felony offenses, and all class A misdemeanors.
HB 328 --- Sponsor: Crawford, Larry --- CoSponsor: Sander, Therese
Authorizes permits to carry concealed firearms.
HB 330 --- Sponsor: Myers, Peter
Allows for expungement of administrative DWI suspensions if the court has granted expungement of the conviction.
HB 335 --- Sponsor: Baker, Brian --- CoSponsor: Jolly, Cathy
Makes it a class A misdemeanor for a person to be under the influence of a controlled substance.
HB 337 --- Sponsor: Hobbs, Steve --- CoSponsor: Munzlinger, Brian
Creates the Missouri Sheriff Methamphetamine Relief Taskforce.
HB 349 --- Sponsor: Crawford, Larry --- CoSponsor: Sander, Therese
Authorizes permits to carry concealed firearms.
HB 360 --- Sponsor: Mayer, Robert --- CoSponsor: Lipke, Scott A.
Revises the crime of domestic assault in the third degree.
HB 367 --- Sponsor: Cunningham, Jane --- CoSponsor: Myers, Peter
Prohibits governmental bodies from employing inmates in any position where they have access to personal records containing unique identifying information.
HB 372 --- Sponsor: Parker, Sherman --- CoSponsor: Rupp, Scott T.
Makes it unlawful for any person to display or offer to sell any ephedrine product unless the ephedrine product is placed behind a counter.
HB 379 --- Sponsor: Viebrock, James --- CoSponsor: Dixon, Bob
Revises the definition of dangerous felonies to include assault of a law enforcement officer in the first degree, domestic assault in the first degree and elder abuse in the first degree.
HB 395 --- Sponsor: St. Onge, Neal C.
Regulates dealings between cigarette retailers and cigarette manufacturers regarding merchandising, advertising, display, consumer discount or promotional agreements.
HB 407 --- Sponsor: Smith, Todd --- CoSponsor: Hampton, Mark
Changes the intensive long-term treatment program by adding alcohol treatment and changing the duration of the program and revises the rules concerning 120 day release from prison.
HB 408 --- Sponsor: Bivins, Walt --- CoSponsor: Portwood, Dr. Charles R.
Raises the age of victim in statutory sexual offenses to sixteen years of age.
HB 410 --- Sponsor: Schaaf, Robert --- CoSponsor: Lowe, Jenee' M.
Modifies various provisions of the substance abuse traffic offender program.
HB 411 --- Sponsor: Lipke, Scott A. --- CoSponsor: Goodman, Jack
Revises the sentencing provisions of the crime of driving while revoked by removing the requirement that on previous offenses the offender must have received and served a sentence of 10 days or more.
HB 413 --- Sponsor: Mayer, Robert --- CoSponsor: Lipke, Scott A.
Revises resisting arrest statute to include resisting detentions or stops by fleeing in a manner that creates a substantial risk of serious physical injury or death as a class D felony.
HB 417 --- Sponsor: Mayer, Robert --- CoSponsor: Davis, D. J.
Creates the crime of assault of an athletic event participant.
HB 425 --- Sponsor: Sutherland, Mike --- CoSponsor: Dempsey, Tom
Establishes a licensing system for manufactured housing setup contractors.
HB 428 --- Sponsor: Hobbs, Steve --- CoSponsor: Wilson, Vicky Riback
Authorizes counties of the first classification to impose fines for violations of ordinances.
HB 446 --- Sponsor: Icet, Allen --- CoSponsor: Cunningham, Jane
Changes the requirements for complaints filed concerning certain campaign finance disclosures.
HB 454 --- Sponsor: Smith, Todd
Establishes an expiration date for the requirement for counties to provide office space for public defenders.
HB 470 --- Sponsor: Mayer, Robert --- CoSponsor: Parker, Sherman
Requires sale of certain methamphetamine drugs from behind sales counter and creates crime of unlawful release of anhydrous ammonia.
HB 475 --- Sponsor: Yates, Brian David --- CoSponsor: Hunter, Steve
Revises employment security law.
HB 479 --- Sponsor: Byrd, Richard
Enacts the Missouri Corporate Governance Act which restricts the offer or sale of securities in this state issued by state covered companies.
HB 502 --- Sponsor: Campbell, Marsha
Regulates mobile telephone use by operators of motor vehicles.
HB 519 --- Sponsor: Bivins, Walt --- CoSponsor: Icet, Allen
Creates environmental audit privileges.
HB 536 --- Sponsor: Bishop, Dan --- CoSponsor: LeVota, Paul
Limits the disclosure of nonpublic personal health information.
HB 537 --- Sponsor: Dixon, Bob --- CoSponsor: Icet, Allen
Prohibits convicted felons from registering to vote unless pardoned or the sentence is commuted.
HB 542 --- Sponsor: Campbell, Marsha --- CoSponsor: Lowe, Jenee' M.
Creates a commission to study the death penalty and imposes a temporary moratorium on executions.
HB 545 --- Sponsor: Walker, Vicki --- CoSponsor: Johnson, Robert Thane
Creates "TJ's Law" which requires the Department of Public Safety to license and regulate surety recovery agents.
HB 558 --- Sponsor: El-Amin, Yaphett --- CoSponsor: Hoskins, Theodore
Creates a task force on alternative sentencing.
HB 567 --- Sponsor: Lembke, Jim --- CoSponsor: Davis, Cynthia L.
Requires juvenile officers to report investigations for violations relating to compulsory school attendance to the child's school district under certain circumstances.
HB 570 --- Sponsor: Pratt, Bryan --- CoSponsor: Parker, Sherman
Imposes additional surcharges and driver's license suspensions on any person failing to yield the right-of-way.
HB 582 --- Sponsor: Stevenson, Bryan P. --- CoSponsor: Goodman, Jack
Revises various statutes pertaining to criminal history or other types of background screening.
HB 584 --- Sponsor: Kratky, Fred --- CoSponsor: Jackson, Jack
Creates a $10 surcharge in certain criminal cases, creates the "GREAT fund",creates the Gang Resistance Education and Training (GREAT), and the Show Me Students with Character Initiative programs.
HB 589 --- Sponsor: Davis, Cynthia L. --- CoSponsor: Morris, Larry
Prohibits open containers of alcoholic beverages in motor vehicles with certain exceptions.
HB 601 --- Sponsor: Hunter, Steve --- CoSponsor: Emery, Edgar G. H.
Makes manufacturing a controlled substance within 2,000 feet of a school a class A felony.
HB 610 --- Sponsor: Jones, Robin Wright --- CoSponsor: Haywood, Esther
Creates the crime of negligent storage of a firearm.
HB 637 --- Sponsor: Brooks, Sharon Sanders --- CoSponsor: Skaggs, Trent
Revises various statutes relating to theft or destruction of documents, records and other library materials.
HB 644 --- Sponsor: Walker, Vicki --- CoSponsor: Villa, Thomas
Legalizes the use of marijuana for medicinal purposes.
HB 653 --- Sponsor: Emery, Edgar G. H. --- CoSponsor: Selby, Harold R.
Requires law enforcement officers to forward records of arrest for any arrest made for any alcohol-or drug-related offenses.
HB 654 --- Sponsor: Yates, Brian David --- CoSponsor: Lager, Brad
Requires the reporting of knife and explosive weapon wounds as well as gunshot wounds to law enforcement by certain health care providers.
HB 662 --- Sponsor: Sutherland, Mike
Creates the crime of unlawful release of anhydrous ammonia.
HB 663 --- Sponsor: Lipke, Scott A. --- CoSponsor: Goodman, Jack
Allows officers to take blood, saliva, or urine after a person has refused to submit to a chemical test if the officer has a search warrant; such person's license can still be revoked for refusal.
HB 669 --- Sponsor: Black, Lanie
Creates the crime of endangering corrections personnel in the first, second, and third degrees.
HB 670 --- Sponsor: Selby, Harold R.
Requires Police to give a chemical test to the driver of a vehicle involved in an accident with a fatality or serious physical injury when the driver has a prior intoxication-related traffic offense.
HB 678 --- Sponsor: Lipke, Scott A.
Revises various provisions regarding penalties for intoxication- related traffic offenses.
HB 689 --- Sponsor: Adams, Ray --- CoSponsor: Yaeger, Patricia
Allows courts to suspend an individual's driver's license for up to one hundred twenty days for failure to stop for a school bus that is loading or unloading students.
HB 692 --- Sponsor: Viebrock, James --- CoSponsor: Sander, Therese
Requires prisoners to use their insurance if any or pay for any medical attention, dental care or medicine provided by the Department of Corrections.
HB 697 --- Sponsor: Mayer, Robert --- CoSponsor: Jolly, Cathy
Revises sex offender registration statutes and changes statute of limitations for bringing an action for childhood sexual abuse.
HB 705 --- Sponsor: Smith, Joe --- CoSponsor: Wood, Dennis
Requires removal of child pornography from the internet by the web site operator after receipt of a judicial order to do so.
HB 730 --- Sponsor: Goodman, Jack --- CoSponsor: Mayer, Robert
Allows telephonic search warrants and make it a crime to intercept cellular or radio transmissions and publish the information to anyone other than the intended recipient.
HB 732 --- Sponsor: Dixon, Bob --- CoSponsor: Viebrock, James
Allows any person found actually innocent to have a cause of action against the state for wrongful imprisonment.
HB 733 --- Sponsor: Goodman, Jack --- CoSponsor: Stevenson, Bryan P.
Revises assault in the third degree by adding knowingly causing physical injury and makes it a class D felony.
HB 737 --- Sponsor: Wilson, Vicky Riback
Revises criminal procedures and creates a State Crime Laboratory Oversight Committee.
HB 742 --- Sponsor: Jolly, Cathy --- CoSponsor: Meiners, Kate
Revises the definition of "dangerous felony" to include assault of a law enforcement officer or firefighter in the first degree.
HB 756 --- Sponsor: Jetton, Rod --- CoSponsor: Crowell, Jason
Requires Internet service providers to remove child pornography from their service upon notification by the Attorney General that the court has issued such an order.
SB 5 --- Sponsor: Caskey, Harold
Revises sentencing laws.
SB 21 --- Sponsor: Bland, Mary
Modifies various aspects of the criminal justice system.
SB 22 --- Sponsor: Bland, Mary
Creates a commission to study the death penalty and imposes a temporary moratorium on executions.
SB 30 --- Sponsor: Gross, Charles
Creates a statutory Amber Alert Program to aid in the location of abducted persons.
SB 49 --- Sponsor: Dolan, Jonathan
Changes minimum age of defendant for the crime of murder from sixteen to eighteen.
SB 107 --- Sponsor: Bland, Mary
Creates a statewide AMBER Alert Program.
SB 111 --- Sponsor: Dolan, Jonathan
Changes minimum age of defendant for the crime of murder from sixteen to eighteen.
SB 113 --- Sponsor: Dolan, Jonathan
Changes minimum age of defendant for the crime of murder from sixteen to eighteen.
SB 131 --- Sponsor: Gross, Charles
Revises eligibility of felons to vote.
SB 144 --- Sponsor: Goode, P. Wayne
Revises the Sunshine Law.
SB 160 --- Sponsor: Bland, Mary
Makes arson motivated by hate crimes a class A felony.
SB 161 --- Sponsor: Bland, Mary
Requires persons guilty of boating while intoxicated to complete the SATOP program.
SB 164 --- Sponsor: Bland, Mary
Prohibits open containers of alcohol in motor vehicles.
SB 169 --- Sponsor: Quick, Edward E.
Eliminates the death penalty.
SB 184 --- Sponsor: Bartle, Matt
Requires the Sexual Offender Registry to be posted on the Internet and makes other changes in laws relating to criminal records.
SB 191 --- Sponsor: Dolan, Jonathan
Changes minimum age of defendant for the crime of murder from sixteen to eighteen.
SB 192 --- Sponsor: Loudon, John
Regarding prosecution of persons charged with theft or fraudulent use of credit devices or credit in different venues.
SB 206 --- Sponsor: Dolan, Jonathan
Changes minimum age of defendant for the crime of murder from sixteen to eighteen.
SB 222 --- Sponsor: Steelman, Sarah G.
Counties may create a "County Crime Reduction Fund" for narcotics investigation and law enforcement equipment.
SB 225 --- Sponsor: Klindt, David
Enumerates the rights of persons with service animals.
SB 231 --- Sponsor: Caskey, Harold
Authorizes custodial interrogations of persons suspected of committing felonies must be recorded.
SB 256 --- Sponsor: Goode, P. Wayne
Limits Judicial Discretion where jury is unable to unanimously agree on the death penalty.
SB 263 --- Sponsor: Dolan, Jonathan
Changes minimum age of defendant for the crime of murder from sixteen to eighteen.
SB 302 --- Sponsor: Bray, Joan
Creates the crime of criminally negligent storage of a firearm.
SB 312 --- Sponsor: Dolan, Jonathan
Changes minimum age of defendant for the crime of murder from sixteen to eighteen.
SB 319 --- Sponsor: Stoll, Steve --- CoSponsor: Gibbons, Michael R.
Expands the crime of peace disturbance to include continuously barking in some situations.
SB 335 --- Sponsor: Goode, P. Wayne
Increases penalties that may be imposed by the PSC for safety related violations of the Natural Gas Pipeline Safety Act.
SB 352 --- Sponsor: Griesheimer, John E.
Creates the crime of assault while on the property of a hospital emergency room or trauma center.
SB 367 --- Sponsor: Griesheimer, John E.
Requires criminal history check for certain persons related to the gaming industry and the state gaming commission.
SB 378 --- Sponsor: Steelman, Sarah G.
Persons under 21 cannot dance, nor be allowed to dance, in an adult cabaret.
SB 399 --- Sponsor: Caskey, Harold
Makes the crime of delivering any controlled substances to prisons apply to city and county jails.
SB 404 --- Sponsor: Dolan, Jonathan
Changes minimum age of defendant for the crime of murder from sixteen to eighteen.
SB 409 --- Sponsor: Dolan, Jonathan
Changes minimum age of defendant for the crime of murder from sixteen to eighteen.
SB 414 --- Sponsor: Steelman, Sarah G.
Revises provisions of the Sunshine Law.
SB 418 --- Sponsor: Dolan, Jonathan
Changes minimum age of defendant for the crime of murder from sixteen to eighteen.
SB 433 --- Sponsor: Yeckel, Anita --- CoSponsor: Gross, Charles
Requires sale of certain methamphetamine drugs from behind sales counter.
SB 454 --- Sponsor: Coleman, Maida
Allows the Department to levy fines for the abatement of lead poisoning.
SB 488 --- Sponsor: Dolan, Jonathan
Eliminates an appeal of a determination of whether a person is a sexually violent predator.
SB 489 --- Sponsor: Dolan, Jonathan
Increases the surcharge from two to three dollars in each criminal case.
SB 528 --- Sponsor: Gross, Charles
Sets out requirements for obtaining a warrant by telephone.
SB 538 --- Sponsor: Dolan, Jonathan
Changes minimum age of defendant for the crime of murder from sixteen to eighteen.
SB 543 --- Sponsor: Dougherty, Patrick --- CoSponsor: Foster, Bill I.
Revises various criminal background checks.
SB 550 --- Sponsor: Dolan, Jonathan
Changes minimum age of defendant for the crime of murder from sixteen to eighteen.
SB 556 --- Sponsor: Kinder, Peter
Modifies various provisions relating to the protection of the elderly.
SB 563 --- Sponsor: Shields, Charles W.
Revises ages of victims for various sexual offenses.
SB 584 --- Sponsor: Dolan, Jonathan
Changes minimum age of defendant for the crime of murder from sixteen to eighteen.
SB 609 --- Sponsor: Dolan, Jonathan
Modifies the law relating to protective services for children.
SB 628 --- Sponsor: Coleman, Maida
Creates the "Dominic James Memorial Foster Care Reform Act of 2003".
SB 640 --- Sponsor: Foster, Bill I.
Creates the State historical Monuments, Memorials, and Markers Board.
SB 657 --- Sponsor: Klindt, David
Makes it a crime to photograph or release a pathogen or disease into animal research and production facility.
SB 662 --- Sponsor: Wheeler, Charles B.
Creates the crime of tampering with prescription drugs.
SB 667 --- Sponsor: Bland, Mary
Requires sentencing commission to study sentencing.
SB 669 --- Sponsor: Dougherty, Patrick --- CoSponsor: Gibbons, Michael R.
Changes statute of limitations on childhood sexual abuse cases.
SB 698 --- Sponsor: Russell, John T.
Creates safety standards for cribs which are sold or used by commercial users.
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