EMERGENCIES
Missouri House of Representatives
94th General Assembly, 1st Regular Session (2007)
Bills Indexed by Subject
EMERGENCIES


HB 182 --- Sponsor: Bruns, Mark J. --- CoSponsor: Sater, David
Establishes the Outside the Hospital Do-Not-Resuscitate Act to permit the execution of do-not-resuscitate orders for use by emergency medical providers for patients receiving treatment outside a hospital
HB 223 --- Sponsor: Bruns, Mark J. --- CoSponsor: McGhee, Mike
Creates the crime of setting fires or burning trash in areas declared by the Governor to be in danger from fire due to emergency drought conditions
HB 241 --- Sponsor: Bruns, Mark J. --- CoSponsor: Fisher, Barney
Prohibits sellers from charging excessive prices for necessities during emergencies
HB 278 --- Sponsor: Roorda, Jeff --- CoSponsor: Meadows, Tim
Allows licensed ambulance services, emergency medical response agencies, and not-for-profit organizations which contract for ambulance services to establish peer review committees
HB 280 --- Sponsor: Roorda, Jeff --- CoSponsor: Meadows, Tim
Authorizes county boards regulating emergency services to impose up to a 50-cent surcharge on cellular phones, upon voter approval
HB 301 --- Sponsor: Bruns, Mark J. --- CoSponsor: Robb, Ed
Allows volunteer fire protection associations to enter into mutual-aid agreements with other public and private agencies
HB 317 --- Sponsor: El-Amin, Talibdin --- CoSponsor: Hubbard, Rodney R.
Creates the crime of driving while using a cellular telephone
HB 345 --- Sponsor: Munzlinger, Brian --- CoSponsor: Dougherty, Curt
Prohibits the Governor from using his or her emergency powers to confiscate firearms or revoke a permit to carry any firearm
HB 388 --- Sponsor: Zweifel, Clint --- CoSponsor: Darrough, Bruce
Establishes the Local Community Rail Security Act of 2007
HB 579 --- Sponsor: Dempsey, Tom --- CoSponsor: Day, David
Allows for the deployment of health care professionals licensed, registered, or certified in Missouri or any other state in an emergency and grants them immunity from civil damages
HB 619 --- Sponsor: Aull, Joe --- CoSponsor: Schaaf, Robert
Specifies the situations in which the Civil Air Patrol may be activated, which missions are federal or state, and who pays for the missions
HB 658 --- Sponsor: Jones, Kenny --- CoSponsor: McGhee, Mike
Changes the laws regarding boating on the waters of this state
HB 669 --- Sponsor: Pearce, David --- CoSponsor: Cox, Stanley
Prohibits the state or any political subdivision from restricting the lawful possession, transfer, sale, transportation, storage, display, or use of firearms during a declared state of emergency
HB 677 --- Sponsor: Cooper, Robert Wayne --- CoSponsor: Ruestman, Marilyn
Allows licensed ambulance services, emergency medical response agencies, and not-for-profit organizations which contract for ambulance services to establish peer review committees
HB 682 --- Sponsor: Pratt, Bryan
Establishes the Physical Fitness Facility Emergency Medical Services AED Act which requires physical fitness facilities to implement and maintain a plan for responding to medical emergencies
HB 719 --- Sponsor: Ruzicka, Don --- CoSponsor: Bruns, Mark J.
Adds vehicles driven by conservation agents as an emergency vehicle for which drivers must yield the right-of-way
HB 732 --- Sponsor: Parson, Michael L. --- CoSponsor: Sater, David
Adds emergency personnel killed while performing their duties to the list of individuals who are eligible for memorial highway or bridge designations
HB 744 --- Sponsor: St. Onge, Neal C.
Changes the laws regarding outdoor advertising and commercial drivers' licenses
HB 788 --- Sponsor: Cooper, Robert Wayne --- CoSponsor: Ruestman, Marilyn
Changes the laws regarding public health emergency preparedness
HB 792 --- Sponsor: Wilson, Kevin --- CoSponsor: Moore, Danielle
Transfers the State Emergency Management Agency from the Office of the Adjutant General to the Department of Public Safety
HB 824 --- Sponsor: Muschany, T. Scott --- CoSponsor: Cunningham, Jane
Changes the laws regarding school emergency procedures
HB 850 --- Sponsor: Dixon, Bob --- CoSponsor: Marsh, B.J.
Establishes the Disaster Damage Emergency Loan Revolving Fund Program to provide no-interest loans to persons who incur property damage which is not covered by insurance as the result of a disaster
HB 866 --- Sponsor: Guest, Jim --- CoSponsor: Funderburk, Doug
Establishes the Emergency Responders Safety Act which provides for the licensing and regulation of tow truck businesses and operators
HB 956 --- Sponsor: Cooper, Robert Wayne --- CoSponsor: Bruns, Mark J.
Allows certain persons to dispense medications in a declared state of emergency
HB 1024 --- Sponsor: Dixon, Bob --- CoSponsor: Ruestman, Marilyn
Waives the prevailing wage requirement for counties declared a disaster area by the federal government
HB 1030 --- Sponsor: Norr, Charlie --- CoSponsor: Lampe, Sara
Authorizes an income tax credit for costs of repairs or losses incurred in a federally and state-declared natural disaster area
HB 1096 --- Sponsor: Lampe, Sara --- CoSponsor: Wright, Billy Pat
Establishes the Missouri Catastrophe Fund to help protect property and casualty insurers against insolvencies caused by certain natural disasters
HB 1162 --- Sponsor: Schaaf, Robert
Changes the laws regarding emergency services
HB 1213 --- Sponsor: Day, David --- CoSponsor: Fisher, Barney
Allows certain cemetery operators in counties declared disaster areas by the federal government to withdraw funds from the endowed care fund for cemetery clean up due to acts of God and weather events
HB 1277 --- Sponsor: Pearce, David --- CoSponsor: Cooper, Shannon
Removes the proxy voting exception in the Opening Meetings Law and the expiration date for the closed records requirements for certain emergency guidelines, security systems, and structural plans
HB 1293 --- Sponsor: Sander, Therese
Changes the laws regarding emergency services
HCR 34 --- Sponsor: Oxford, Jeanette Mott --- CoSponsor: Chappelle-Nadal, Maria
Urges the passage of federal legislation based on the Gulf Coast Civic Works Project to create jobs in New Orleans in the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina
HJR 36 --- Sponsor: Pearce, David
Proposes a constitutional amendment guaranteeing a person's right to use firearms or ammunition during a declared state of emergency
SB 57 --- Sponsor: Graham, Chuck
Requires all health clubs to have at least one automated external defibrillator
SB 257 --- Sponsor: Engler, Kevin
Modifies the treatment of firearms during state emergencies
SB 269 --- Sponsor: Scott, Delbert
Reorganizes SEMA within the Department of Public Safety
SB 352 --- Sponsor: Clemens, Dan
Adds vehicles driven by conservation agents to the list of vehicles considered "emergency vehicles"
SB 357 --- Sponsor: Green, Timothy P.
Creates the "Marie Van Dillen Act" relating to emergency services
SB 380 --- Sponsor: Koster, Chris
Provides for immunity from liability for certain health care professionals deployed during a state of emergency
SB 382 --- Sponsor: Koster, Chris
Increases the maximum amount that may be appropriated to the Governmental Emergency Fund
SB 500 --- Sponsor: Koster, Chris
Provides additional workers' compensation benefits for public safety workers killed in the line of duty
SB 574 --- Sponsor: Green, Timothy P.
Modifies the continuing educational training requirements for 911 telecommunicators
SB 604 --- Sponsor: Coleman, Maida
Modifies provisions relating to services provided during natural disaster and terrorist attacks
SB 658 --- Sponsor: Stouffer, Bill
Establishes the "Outside the Hospital Do-Not-Resuscitate Act"
SB 705 --- Sponsor: Mayer, Robert
Modifies laws relating to emergency management

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