2006 Legislation Sponsored by Rep. Ruestman

2006 Regular Session Legislation
Sponsored by Representative Marilyn Ruestman

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HB1206
Authorizes an income tax credit for volunteer firefighters
HB1206 -- (LR# 3424L.01I)
WAYS AND MEANS
HCS Voted Do Pass (H)
HB1227
Expands the crime of passing a bad check to include postdated checks
HB1227 -- (LR# 3588L.01I)
Referred: Financial Institutions (H)
HB1228
Changes the laws regarding the duties of the Missouri Women's Council and the council's mission
HB1228 -- (LR# 4022L.01P)
Returned to Committee of Origin (S)
HB1244
Reduces the verification of experience requirements for registered commercial interior designers from five to two client references and from five to two industry references
HCS HB 1244 -- (LR# 3960L.02P)
SENATE FINANCIAL, GOVERNMENTAL ORGANIZATIONS, AND ELECTIONS
Reported Do Pass-Placed on Third Read Consent Calendar (S)
HB1461
Changes the laws regarding defensive use of force
HCS HB 1461, 1375, 1110 & 1103 -- (LR# 4370L.09P)
SENATE JUDICIARY AND CIVIL AND CRIMINAL JURISPRUDENCE
Executive Session Held (S)
VOTED DO PASS

HB1810
Designates the Department of Agriculture's building at 1616 Missouri Boulevard in Jefferson City as the "George Washington Carver Building"
HB1810 -- (LR# 5115L.01I)
CORRECTIONS AND PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS
Voted Do Pass (H)
HB1811
Exempts work done on a school in a noncharter county from the prevailing hourly wage requirement if approved by the school board
HB1811 -- (LR# 4966L.01I)
RULES - PURSUANT TO RULE 25(26)(f)
Rules - Action Postponed (H)
HB2115
Permits the termination of alimony and maintenance payments based on a finding that a former spouse is cohabitating with another person
HB2115 -- (LR# 5540L.01I)
Referred: Judiciary (H)
HCR9
Directs the Comprehensive Cancer Action Plan for Missouri, which is a nationwide model of effective cancer control strategies, be posted annually on the Missouri state website homepage.
HCR9 -- (LR# 4194L.01I)
SENATE RULES, JOINT RULES AND RESOLUTIONS
Reported Do Pass (S)

COSPONSOR


HB995
Changes the laws regarding sexual offenders
Approved CCS SS SCS HCS HB 1698, 1236, 995, 1362 & 1290 -- (LR# 4908L.17T)
Delivered to Secretary of State (G)
THIS BILL BECOMES EFFECTIVE JUNE 5, 2006, EXCEPT
FOR SUBSECTIONS 3, 6, 7, 8, 9, AND 11 OF SECTION
589.400 WHICH HAVE AN AUGUST 28, 2006 EFFECTIVE
DATE

HB996
Requires a sex offender to have a unique code or identifier placed on his or her driver's license and requires the State Highway Patrol to provide a list of sex offenders to the Department of Revenue
HB996 -- (LR# 3243L.01I)
Referred: Crime Prevention and Public Safety (H)
HB997
Increases the penalty for possession of child pornography
HB997 -- (LR# 3146L.01I)
Referred: Crime Prevention and Public Safety (H)
HB1073
Exempts motor fuel used in school buses from motor fuel tax when driven to transport students for educational purposes
HB1073 -- (LR# 3340L.01I)
WAYS AND MEANS
Voted Do Pass (H)
HB1132
Requires all campaign finance filings to be filed electronically with the Missouri Ethics Commission
HB1132 -- (LR# 3561L.01I)
Referred: Elections (H)
HB1160
Allows the court to order a person's vehicle impounded for up to one year as part of a penalty for driving while intoxicated
HB1160 -- (LR# 3818L.01I)
Referred: Crime Prevention and Public Safety (H)
HB1161
Revises the crime of making a terroristic threat and creates the crimes of threatening the use of a weapon of mass destruction and computer dissemination of information to promote a terrorist act
HB1161 -- (LR# 3925L.01I)
Referred: Crime Prevention and Public Safety (H)
HB1182
Allows a parent, legal guardian, or other person with custodial rights to petition a court to extend his or her child's age of majority to 18 for all purposes under state law
Approved HCS HB 1182 -- (LR# 3534L.07T)
Delivered to Secretary of State (G)
HB1183
Changes the definition of "adult" to a person 18 years of age or older and "child" to a person under 18 years of age in Chapter 211, RSMo, pertaining to juvenile courts
HB1183 -- (LR# 3692L.01I)
Referred: Children and Families (H)
HB1184
Changes the laws regarding the Missouri Uniform Trust Code
HB1184 -- (LR# 3706L.01I)
Rules - Reported Do Pass (H)
HB1217
Authorizes judges to order defendants who have pled guilty to or been found guilty of felony offenses to pay expenses related to the cost of the prosecution
HB1217 -- (LR# 3137L.01I)
Referred: Judiciary (H)
HB1236
Changes the laws regarding sexual offenders
Approved CCS SS SCS HCS HB 1698, 1236, 995, 1362 & 1290 -- (LR# 4908L.17T)
Delivered to Secretary of State (G)
THIS BILL BECOMES EFFECTIVE JUNE 5, 2006, EXCEPT
FOR SUBSECTIONS 3, 6, 7, 8, 9, AND 11 OF SECTION
589.400 WHICH HAVE AN AUGUST 28, 2006 EFFECTIVE
DATE

HB1245
Allows school nurses to keep on hand and administer prefilled syringes of epinephrine to any student who the nurse believes is having an anaphylactic reaction
Approved HB1245 -- (LR# 4043L.01T)
Delivered to Secretary of State (G)
HB1269
Changes the laws regarding the licensing and registration of certain professionals and establishes requirements for eye examinations for children in public schools
HCS HB 1660 & 1269 -- (LR# 4803L.03C)
Dropped from Calendar - Rule 43 (H)
HB1302
Creates the Missouri State Water Patrol Fund consisting of money collected for registering a vessel and increases the fee for a certificate of number
HB1302 -- (LR# 3980L.01P)
Placed on Informal Calendar (S)
HB1339
Changes the laws regarding the licensure of real estate brokers
Approved HCS HB 1339 -- (LR# 4215L.03T)
Delivered to Secretary of State (G)
HB1351
Repeals the estate tax
HB1351 -- (LR# 3923L.02I)
SPECIAL COMMITTEE ON AGRI-BUSINESS
Public Hearing Completed (H)
HB1354
Increases the property tax relief for the senior citizens' program known as circuit breaker
HB1354 -- (LR# 3865L.01I)
Referred: Ways and Means (H)
HB1367
Changes the bidding preference requirements for sheltered workshops from a 5-point to a 25-point bonus when the work generates over $5,000 annually
SCS HCS HB 1367 -- (LR# 3896S.05C)
Reported to the House with... (S)
SCS AS AMENDED

HB1399
Establishes a priority among family members for the release of any information, records, or documents regarding a person who has died
HB1399 -- (LR# 4234L.01I)
Referred: Health Care Policy (H)
HB1400
Adds cases dealing with the placement of a child in adoption and foster care to the types of cases given priority for expedited proceedings
HB1400 -- (LR# 4259L.01I)
Referred: Children and Families (H)
HB1425
Designates the Table Rock Lake bridge on Highway 39 in the City of Shell Knob as the "State Senator Larry Gene Taylor Memorial Bridge"
HB1425 -- (LR# 4078L.01I)
Referred: Transportation (H)
HB1432
Authorizes the State Board of Probation and Parole, at its discretion, to conduct probation and parole hearings by videoconferencing and allows victims to choose where to testify for the videoconferencing
HCS HB 1432 -- (LR# 4518L.02C)
Returned to Committee of Origin (S)
HB1444
Prohibits the use of public funds for health and social services programs to subsidize abortion services
HB1444 -- (LR# 3509L.01I)
HEALTH CARE POLICY
Public Hearing Completed (H)
HB1459
Allows a person to present military identification or a DD Form 214 Report of Separation instead of a hunter education certificate to obtain a hunting permit
HB1459 -- (LR# 4139L.02I)
CONSERVATION AND NATURAL RESOURCES
Public Hearing Completed (H)
HB1468
Changes the laws regarding hate crimes to include any person who is targeted because of identification with any specified group, perceived or otherwise
HB1468 -- (LR# 4429L.01I)
Referred: Crime Prevention and Public Safety (H)
HB1470
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
HB1470 -- (LR# 4570L.01I)
VETERANS
Voted Do Pass (H)
HB1474
Establishes the Founding Documents Protection Act and specifies that no teacher or administrator will be prohibited from reading or posting certain documents and verses
HB1474 -- (LR# 3289L.02I)
ELEMENTARY AND SECONDARY EDUCATION
Executive Session - No Action Taken
HB1481
Exempts work done on a school from the prevailing wage rate requirement if approved by the school board
HB1481 -- (LR# 4423L.01I)
WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT AND WORKPLACE SAFETY
Public Hearing Completed (H)
HB1489
Makes the use of a wireless electronic recording device in a polling place an election offense
HB1489 -- (LR# 4079L.01I)
ELECTIONS
HCS Voted Do Pass (H)
HB1498
Establishes the Fairness in Public Construction Act to fulfill the state's proprietary objectives by promoting expenditure of public funds in publicly funded or assisted construction projects
HB1498 -- (LR# 4448L.01I)
Rules - Reported Do Pass with Time Limit (H)
FOUR HOURS FOR DEBATE

HB1525
Establishes age and residency requirements for candidates of the office of county treasurer
HB1525 -- (LR# 4625L.01I)
ELECTIONS
HCS Voted Do Pass (H)
HB1559
Adds grocery and convenience stores to the list of donors that can donate food to a charity or nonprofit organization for distribution without being liable for damages resulting from the food's condition
Approved HCS HB 1559 -- (LR# 4662L.02T)
Delivered to Secretary of State (G)
HB1574
Exempts military pay of active-duty military personnel from income tax
HB1574 -- (LR# 4203L.01I)
Referred: Ways and Means (H)
HB1581
Authorizes an income tax credit for donations to food pantries
HCS HB 1581 -- (LR# 4345L.03P)
SENATE GOVERNMENTAL ACCOUNTABILITY AND FISCAL OVERSIGHT
Executive Session Held (S)
HB1589
Provides for the registration of home inspectors
HB1589 -- (LR# 4090L.01I)
PROFESSIONAL REGISTRATION AND LICENSING
Public Hearing Completed (H)
HB1618
Requires the Board of Probation and Parole to make periodic reviews of certain convicted offenders serving a sentence with no possibility for parole
HB1618 -- (LR# 4647L.01I)
Referred: Corrections and Public Institutions (H)
HB1632
Creates the crime of knowingly obtaining, receiving, or selling a land-line or cellular telephone record without the customer's consent and authorizes civil action for damages
SCS HCS HB 1632 -- (LR# 4830S.08C)
Placed on Informal Calendar (S)
HB1639
Prohibits the Governor from using his or her emergency powers to confiscate firearms or revoke a permit to carry any firearm
HB1639 -- (LR# 4327L.01I)
SPECIAL COMMITTEE ON GENERAL LAWS
Public Hearing Completed (H)
HB1649
Allows a full $6,000 retirement benefit deduction from state income for taxpayers over the age of 65 regardless of income
HB1649 -- (LR# 4520L.01I)
WAYS AND MEANS
Public Hearing Completed (H)
HB1689
Exempts uncashed county checks from the laws regarding unclaimed property
HB1689 -- (LR# 4650L.01I)
LOCAL GOVERNMENT
Public Hearing Completed (H)
HB1690
Prohibits registered sex offenders from running for or serving on a local school board
HB1690 -- (LR# 4417L.01I)
Referred: Elementary and Secondary Education (H)
HB1714
Prohibits any person who commits the crime of nonsupport of a spouse or child from being admitted on an excursion gambling boat or casino until the arrearage is satisfied
HB1714 -- (LR# 4657L.01I)
Referred: Children and Families (H)
HB1730
Changes the laws regarding water pollution
HCS HB 1730 -- (LR# 4976L.04C)
Rules - Reported Do Pass (H)
HB1732
Requires school districts to grant authorization to students for the possession and self-administration of medications for the treatment of asthma and anaphylaxis
Approved HB1732 -- (LR# 5023L.03T)
Delivered to Secretary of State (G)
HB1742
Establishes the eligibility requirements of an employed disabled person requesting medical assistance under the federal Ticket to Work and Work Incentives Improvement Act of 1999
SS SCS HCS HB 1742 -- (LR# 5088S.08F)
Emergency Clause Adopted (S)
HB1751
Revises the laws regarding concealable firearms
HCS HB 1751 -- (LR# 5123L.05C)
Rules - Reported Do Pass (H)
HB1752
Specifies that no business can prohibit the storage of firearms and other weapons in a locked employee-owned vehicle
HB1752 -- (LR# 4910L.01I)
SPECIAL COMMITTEE ON GENERAL LAWS
Public Hearing Scheduled, Bill not Heard (H)
HB1762
Exempts a person who presents proof of permanent disability from the United States Veterans Administration from the four-year certification requirement for renewal of disabled license plates
Approved SCS HCS HB 1762 -- (LR# 5105S.03T)
Delivered to Secretary of State (G)
HB1783
Establishes the Betty L. Thompson Student Success Scholarships Tax Credit Program
HCS HB 1783 & 1479 -- (LR# 4402L.04C)
Placed on the Informal Perfection Calendar (H)
HB1808
Changes the state homestead exemption limit to 2.5% in any year
HB1808 -- (LR# 5066L.01I)
SENIOR CITIZEN ADVOCACY
Voted Do Pass (H)
HB1814
Requires English to be the language of all official proceedings in the state
HCS HB 1814 -- (LR# 5125L.02P)
Second Rd/Refer: Pensions, Veteran Affairs & General Law(S)
HB1817
Prohibits the Governor from using his or her emergency powers to confiscate firearms or revoke a permit to carry any firearm
HB1817 -- (LR# 5095L.01I)
SPECIAL COMMITTEE ON GENERAL LAWS
Public Hearing Completed (H)
HB1827
Changes the authorized categories of business and premium requirements on health insurance policies issued to an association of small and large employers
Approved HB1827 -- (LR# 5249L.01T)
Delivered to Secretary of State (G)
HB1833
Designates the crayfish as the official state invertebrate
HB1833 -- (LR# 5275L.01P)
SEE COMMENTS
MOTION TO 3RD READ AND PASS WITHDRAWN

HB1865
Establishes the Access Missouri Scholarship Program and revises the laws regarding funding for higher education
CCS SCS HB 1865 -- (LR# 4724L.06S)
Laid Over (H)
HB1895
Revises the crime of stealing any animal to include any animal considered livestock
HB1895 -- (LR# 5342L.01I)
AGRICULTURE POLICY
HCS Voted Do Pass (H)
HB1933
Prohibits public schools from opening earlier than the Friday before the last Monday in August
HB1933 -- (LR# 4948L.01I)
Referred: Elementary and Secondary Education (H)
HB1934
Requires the total compensation package of school administrators to be reported to the Department of Elementary and Secondary Education and posted on the department's Internet web site
HB1934 -- (LR# 4900L.02I)
Referred: Elementary and Secondary Education (H)
HB1986
Changes the laws regarding the reporting requirements for lobbyists
HB1986 -- (LR# 5145L.02I)
Referred: Elections (H)
HB1987
Revises the crime of stealing any animal to include any animal considered livestock
HB1987 -- (LR# 5444L.01I)
Referred: Agriculture Policy (H)
HB2018
Requires crime victims to be paid up to $250 from the Crime Victims' Compensation Fund to replace certain items seized by law enforcement as evidence of a crime
HB2018 -- (LR# 5572L.02I)
Referred: Crime Prevention and Public Safety (H)
HB2047
Allows any county or municipality to establish an ordinance requiring sexually oriented businesses to be licensed and authorizes them to regulate and restrict the location of these businesses
HCS HB 2047 -- (LR# 5611L.04C)
Rules - Reported Do Pass (H)
HB2106
Increases the penalty for littering by requiring community service and a $600 restitution payment
HB2106 -- (LR# 5656L.01I)
Referred: Crime Prevention and Public Safety (H)
HJR46
Proposes a constitutional amendment requiring all impeachments to be tried by the Senate
HJR46 -- (LR# 3616L.01I)
SPECIAL COMMITTEE ON GENERAL LAWS
Motion to Do Pass Failed (H)
HJR48
Proposes a constitutional amendment establishing limits on total state general revenue appropriations
HCS HJR 48 -- (LR# 3225L.04C)
Rules - Reported Do Pass (H)
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