2005 Legislation Sponsored by Rep. Lampe
Missouri House of Representatives
2005
93rd General Assembly, 1st Regular Session
Legislation Sponsored by Rep. Sara Lampe

SPONSOR
HB237
Renames Southwest Missouri State University as Missouri State University and increases the number of members on the board of governors
HB237 -- (LR# 0981L.01I)
Withdrawn (H)
HB669
Changes the laws regarding the Public School Retirment System of Missouri
HB669 -- (LR# 1707L.02I)
Referred: Retirement (H)
HB766
Designates a portion of Interstate 44 in Phelps County as the "Mel Carnahan Memorial Highway"
HB766 -- (LR# 2000L.01I)
TRANSPORTATION
Public Hearing held (H)
HB800
Changes the laws regarding early childhood special education
HB800 -- (LR# 1967L.01I)
Referred: Elementary and Secondary Education
HB843
Defines bullying in schools and prohibits school employees, volunteers, or students from bullying a student while on school property
HB843 -- (LR# 1425L.02I)
Referred: Elementary and Secondary Education
HB856
Changes the laws regarding the licensing of marital and family therapists
HB856 -- (LR# 2141L.01I)
Referred: Professional Registration & Licensing (H)
HB899
Designates Menfro soil as the official state soil
HB899 -- (LR# 2178L.01I)
Referred: Agriculture Policy
HR720
Assigns to the appropriate House committee the review of data and evaluation of information provided to women regarding cervical cancer.
HR720 -- (LR# 0986L.01I)
Referred: Health Care Policy (H)
COSPONSOR
HB42
Increases the penalty for possession of pseudoephedrine with the intent to manufacture methamphetamine
HB42 -- (LR# 0267L.01I)
Withdrawn (H)
HB244
Revises the crime of assault of a law enforcement officer or emergency personnel in the first, second, or third degree by adding jailers
HB244 -- (LR# 0761L.01I)
CRIME PREVENTION AND PUBLIC SAFETY
Public Hearing held (H)
HB277
Changes the laws regarding lead poisoning abatement projects
HB277 -- (LR# 0963L.01I)
Withdrawn (H)
HB285
Changes the name of Southwest Missouri State University to Missouri State University and the membership of its board of governors
HB285 -- (LR# 1118L.01I)
Referred: Higher Education
HB326
Changes the bidding preference bonus points for products manufactured by the blind or in sheltered workshops
HB326 -- (LR# 0514L.01I)
JOB CREATION AND ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT
Executive Session held (H)
HCS VOTED DO PASS

HB389
Expands the crime of endangering the welfare of a minor to include producing or selling methamphetamine within the residence of a minor
HB389 -- (LR# 1007L.01I)
CRIME PREVENTION AND PUBLIC SAFETY
Executive Session held (H)
HB390
Revises unlawful transactions with a child by making it a crime to sell or rent a video game to a child when the video game has been rated mature or adults only by the Entertainment Software Rating Board
HB390 -- (LR# 1006L.01I)
Referred: Crime Prevention and Public Safety (H)
HB396
Changes the laws on the disposition of evidence by allowing law enforcement to collect hazardous samples without court approval, document and then destroy them, and makes them admissable
HB396 -- (LR# 0507L.01I)
Referred: Judiciary (H)
HB403
Requires the State of Missouri to provide Missouri National Guard personnel called into active duty with a $250,000 term life insurance death benefit
HB403 -- (LR# 1293L.01I)
Referred: Retirement (H)
HB411
Allows the hiring of a retired teacher to work between 550 and 800 hours without losing his or her benefits under the Public School Retirement System
HB411 -- (LR# 1237L.01I)
RETIREMENT
Public Hearing held (H)
HB413
Requires the Department of Health and Senior Services to offer a vaccination program for first responders deployed to disaster areas as a result of bioterrorism events
Approved HB413 -- (LR# 1150L.01T)
Delivered to Secretary of State
HB416
Authorizes an individual income tax deduction for certain military retirement benefits received by a taxpayer
HB416 -- (LR# 1221L.01I)
WAYS AND MEANS
Public Hearing held (H)
HB420
Extends the Senior Rx Program until June 30, 2010
HB420 -- (LR# 1148L.01I)
SENIOR CITIZEN ADVOCACY
Public Hearing held (H)
HB430
Creates the Anhydrous Ammonia Additive Fund to reimburse distributors of anhydrous ammonia for the cost of adding red dye to the chemical to prevent methamphetamine production
HCS HB 430 -- (LR# 1361L.03C)
Reported do pass (H)
NO TIME LIMIT FOR DEBATE

HB451
Requires signs on selected highways entering Greene County to contain the message: "Welcome to Greene County--Home of Governor Matt Blunt"
HB451 -- (LR# 1432L.01I)
TOURISM
Hearing scheduled, Bill not heard (H)
HB476
Prohibits discrimination based upon a person's sexual orientation
HB476 -- (LR# 1167L.01I)
Referred: Judiciary (H)
HB494
Changes the laws regarding lead abatement
HB494 -- (LR# 1459L.01I)
SPECIAL COMMITTEE ON URBAN ISSUES
Public Hearing held (H)
HB503
Changes the laws regarding physician assistants
HB503 -- (LR# 1403L.01I)
HEALTH CARE POLICY
Executive Session held (H)
MOTION TO DO PASS FAILED

HB529
Changes the laws regarding medical malpractice liability
HB529 -- (LR# 1537L.01I)
Referred: Insurance Policy
HB535
Creates the Missouri Military Family Relief Fund which will provide grants to children of Missouri veterans killed while on active duty after September 11, 2001, for tuition for postsecondary education
HB535 -- (LR# 1013L.01I)
VETERANS
Executive Session held (H)
VOTED DO PASS

HB544
Changes the laws regarding the senior citizen/disabled person property tax credit known as circuit breaker
HB544 -- (LR# 1458L.02I)
WAYS AND MEANS
Executive Session held (H)
HCS VOTED DO PASS

HB554
Establishes criteria for the registration and licensure of doctors of naturopathic medicine
HB554 -- (LR# 1506L.01I)
Referred: Professional Registration & Licensing (H)
HB557
Revises the procedures required in law enforcement investigations and establishes the Laboratory Oversight Committee
HB557 -- (LR# 1499L.01I)
JUDICIARY
Public Hearing held (H)
HB581
Prohibits a person from charging a veteran's immediate family a fee for copying the veteran's death certificate if the copies are to be used to file for or access benefits
HB581 -- (LR# 1396L.01I)
VETERANS
Executive Session held (H)
VOTED DO PASS

HB637
Changes the laws regarding workers' compensation benefits for certain diseases resulting in exposure to certain occupational hazards
HB637 -- (LR# 1451L.01I)
Referred: Workforce Development and Workplace Safety (H)
HB643
Changes the standard for violation of the Sunshine Law by a governmental body from knowingly to negligently
HB643 -- (LR# 1646L.01I)
Referred: Judiciary (H)
HB644
Expands the crime of bribery of a public servant
HB644 -- (LR# 1573L.01I)
Referred: Crime Prevention and Public Safety (H)
HB683
Changes the income eligibility guidelines for receiving child care subsidy benefits
HB683 -- (LR# 1323L.02I)
Referred: Children and Families (H)
HB732
Allows local government officials to accept certain methods of payment for taxes and licenses
HB732 -- (LR# 1978L.01I)
LOCAL GOVERNMENT
Public Hearing held (H)
HB736
Provides a mechanism for persons who become ineligible for Medicaid benefits on July 1, 2005, to be automatically enrolled in the Senior Rx Program
HB736 -- (LR# 2010L.01I)
SENIOR CITIZEN ADVOCACY
Public Hearing held (H)
HB740
Requires employers to pay employees equal wages for equal work regardless of employee's gender
HB740 -- (LR# 1250L.01I)
Referred: Workforce Development and Workplace Safety (H)
HB751
Requires all new signs erected after August 28, 2005, to contain the words "Accessible Parking" instead of "Handicap Parking"
HB751 -- (LR# 1854L.01I)
Referred: Transportation (H)
HB761
Establishes a quality rating system for child care facilities operating in Missouri
HB761 -- (LR# 1441L.01I)
Referred: Children and Families (H)
HB784
Requires the United States and the Missouri state flags to be flown at half-staff on September 11 of each year
HB784 -- (LR# 2070L.01I)
Reported do pass (H)
NO TIME LIMIT FOR DEBATE

HB795
Clarifies that any city or political subdivision that has purchased property from a school district for public use can sell or use the property for any purpose after 25 years from the purchase
HB795 -- (LR# 2005L.01I)
Referred: Job Creation and Economic Development (H)
HB797
Changes the procedures used in the examination and treatment of victims of sexual offenses
HB797 -- (LR# 1997L.01I)
Referred: Crime Prevention and Public Safety (H)
HB802
Requires hospitals and ambulatory surgical centers to implement an acuity-based patient classification system
HB802 -- (LR# 1994L.01I)
HEALTH CARE POLICY
Executive Session held (H)
HB810
Authorizes the Secretary of State to waive fees and other penalties when a corporation is dissolved for failure to file its annual report due to military service
HB810 -- (LR# 2100L.01I)
Referred: Judiciary (H)
HB835
Establishes the Office of Missouri Surgeon General within the Department of Health and Senior Services and changes the laws regarding health care providers
HCS HB 835 -- (LR# 2091L.04C)
Returned to Committee of Origin (H)
HB859
Allows residents of Missouri to participate in any current or future state program, policy, or practice permitting prescription drugs to be acquired from Canada
HCS HB 859 -- (LR# 1490L.03P)
Perfected (H)
HB871
Establishes the Woman's Right to Know Act regarding emergency contraception
HB871 -- (LR# 2018L.01I)
Referred: Children and Families (H)
HB904
Specifies that the personal property of offenders who have escaped or absconded from the supervision of the Department of Corrections will be considered abandoned and be forfeited
HB904 -- (LR# 2171L.01I)
Referred: Corrections and Public Institutions
HB910
Establishes the Missouri Medical Malpractice Insurance Company Act for the purpose of creating a company to provide rural health care providers with medical malpractice insurance coverage
HB910 -- (LR# 2142L.01I)
Referred: Insurance Policy
HB913
Requires the reporting of a school district's operating fund balances and other related information
HB913 -- (LR# 2173L.01I)
Referred: Elementary and Secondary Education
HB923
Requires health insurance coverage for the cost of human papillomavirus testing as a cervical cancer screening test
HB923 -- (LR# 2170L.01I)
Referred: Health Care Policy (H)
HB924
Expands liability protection for school employees and volunteers
HCS HB 924 -- (LR# 2003L.03C)
Reported do pass (H)
NO TIME LIMIT FOR DEBATE

HB934
Allows young adults to participate in the Missouri Consolidated Health Care Plan
HB934 -- (LR# 2153L.01I)
Referred: Insurance Policy
HB942
Requires school districts to develop written policies on food choices in its schools
HB942 -- (LR# 2183L.01I)
Referred: Elementary and Secondary Education

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