Summary of the Introduced Version of the Bill


HB 1900 -- Reorganization of the Executive Branch


Sponsor: Redman


This bill restructures the statutes based on executive branch

reorganizations. In its main provisions, the bill:


(1) Authorizes the Joint Committee on Legislative Research to

incorporate executive department reorganization under Sections

26.500 to 26.540, RSMo. The authority is limited to name changes

and movement of portions or statutory sections to the appropriate

chapters of law;


(2) Renames the Division of Design and Construction in the

Office of Administration to the Division of Facilities

Management, Design and Construction and the Division of Data

Processing and Telecommunications to the Information Technology

Services Division;


(3) Renames the Missouri Minority Business Development

Commission to the Missouri Minority Business Advocacy Commission;


(4) Repeals an outdated provision requiring the Department of

Economic Development and the Office of Administration to develop

a plan to increase procurements from minority businesses by all

state departments and submit that plan to the Governor by July

1994;


(5) Transfers the duty to establish a procedure for the

reimbursement of the costs of tuition, books, and fees to any

public community college or vocational or technical school from

the Commissioner of Education by rule and regulation to the State

Board of Education and with the advice of the Coordinating Board

for Higher Education in the Department of Higher Education;


(6) Moves the Missouri Assistive Technology Advisory Council

from the Office of Administration to the Department of Elementary

and Secondary Education;


(7) Moves the Life Sciences Research Board from the Office of

Administration to the Department of Economic Development and

changes it from an III division to an III agency;


(8) Allows any person to appeal to the Administrative Hearing

Commission any decision made by the Department of Public Safety

regarding a claim filed on or after August 28, 2012, for

compensation to victims of crime and specifies a person’s rights

regarding the appeal;


(9) Repeals an outdated provision requiring the Missouri Minority Advocacy Commission to submit a plan and recommended

legislation to the General Assembly; and


(10) Repeals the provisions regarding the Youth Opportunities

and Violence Prevention Program.


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