March 21, 1996 House Activity Register
Daily Activity Register
For Activities Recorded on March 21, 1996

HB808
REQUIRES SCHOOL DISTRICTS TO ADOPT INDEXED SALARY SCHEDULES. (LR# 2091- 02)
HCS HB 808
Committee: Education-Elementary and Secondary (H)
Executive Session Held (H)
VOTED DO PASS HCS
HCS Reported Do Pass (H)
HB843
REQUIRES EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTIONS TO HAVE AUDITS OF UTILITY BILLINGS PRACTICES. (LR# 1929- 02)
HCS HB 843
Committee: Consumer Protection (H)
HCS Reported Do Pass (H)
HB857
CREATES A GENERAL ASSEMBLY SCHOLARSHIP. (LR# 2016- 02)
HB 0857
Committee: Education-Higher (H)
Reported Do Pass (H)
HB892
REQUIRES CERTAIN CHARITABLE ORGANIZATIONS TO DISCLOSE PERCENTAGE OF FUNDS SPENT ON CHARITABLE PURPOSE IN PREVIOUS YEAR. (LR# 2461- 01)
HB 0892
Committee: Consumer Protection (H)
Reported Do Pass with amendments (H)
HCA 1
HB906
PROVIDES FOR THE REGULATION AND LICENSING OF PAWNBROKERS. (LR# 1758- 01)
HB 0906
Committee: Consumer Protection (H)
Reported Do Pass (H)
HB919
RESTRICTS ISSUANCE AND RENEWAL OF CERTAIN PROFESSIONAL LICENSES AND REGISTRATIONS FOR FAILURE TO REPAY STUDENT LOANS. (LR# 1915- 01)
HB 0919
Committee: Education-Higher (H)
Reported Do Pass (H)
HB934
CREATES A TAX CREDIT FOR WOOD ENERGY PRODUCERS. (LR# 2409- 03)
HCS HB 934, 952, 1031 & 1293
Committee: Ways and Means (H)
HCS Reported Do Pass (H)
HB952
CREATES A TAX CREDIT FOR WOOD ENERGY PRODUCERS. (LR# 2409- 03)
HCS HB 934, 952, 1031 & 1293
Committee: Ways and Means (H)
HCS Reported Do Pass (H)
HB957
REMOVES EXPIRATION DATE FOR GRANT PROGRAM TO OBTAIN ENGINEERING EQUIPMENT IN CERTAIN COLLEGES. (LR# 2344- 01)
HB 0957
Committee: Education-Higher (H)
Reported Do Pass with amendments (H)
HCA 1
HB996
ESTABLISHES CASELOAD STANDARDS FOR CERTAIN EMPLOYEES OF THE DEPARTMENT OF SOCIAL SERVICES. (LR# 2385- 01)
HB 0996
Committee: Social Services, Medicaid and the Elderly (H)
Reported Do Pass with amendments (H)
HCA 1
HB1013
APPROPRIATES MONEY FOR REAL PROPERTY LEASES AND RELATED SERVICES AND UTILITIES FOR VARIOUS DEPARTMENTS. (LR# 7013- 02)
SCS HCS HB 1013
Committee: Budget (H)
Public Hearing Held (H)
Executive Session Held (H)
HCS Reported Do Pass (H)
HB1031
CREATES A TAX CREDIT FOR WOOD ENERGY PRODUCERS. (LR# 2409- 03)
HCS HB 934, 952, 1031 & 1293
Committee: Ways and Means (H)
HCS Reported Do Pass (H)
HB1039
SCHOOLS MUST HAVE STUDENT RECORDS BEFORE ENROLLMENT. (LR# 2863- 01)
HB 1039
Committee: Education-Elementary and Secondary (H)
Executive Session Held (H)
VOTED DO PASS
Reported Do Pass (H)
HB1050
ALLOWS ANY PROSECUTING ATTORNEY TO REQUEST THE AID OF THE ATTORNEY GENERAL'S OFFICE. (LR# 2764- 02)
SCS HB 1050
Committee: Civil and Criminal Law (H)
Reported Do Pass by Consent (H)
HB1124
DISALLOWS SCHOOL TAXES ON CERTAIN RAILROAD PROPERTY TO BE INCLUDED IN FUNDING CALCULATIONS. (LR# 2829- 01)
HB 1124
Committee: Education-Elementary and Secondary (H)
Executive Session Held (H)
VOTED DO PASS HCS
HB1138
REQUIRES COORDINATING BOARD FOR HIGHER EDUCATION TO PROMOTE SERVICE LEARNING. (LR# 3009- 01)
HB 1138
Committee: Education-Higher (H)
Reported Do Pass (H)
HB1160
PROVIDES AN OPPORTUNITY FOR GREATER ACCESS TO INFORMATION IN CERTAIN ADOPTION CASES. (LR# 2946- 02)
HB 1160
Committee: Children, Youth & Families (H)
Reported Do Pass with amendments (H)
HCA 1
HB1209
GENERAL ASSEMBLY MAY REVIEW ACADEMIC STANDARDS AND STATEWIDE ASSESSMENT SYSTEM. (LR# 2557- 01)
HB 1209
Committee: Education-Elementary and Secondary (H)
Executive Session Held (H)
VOTED DO NOT PASS
HB1211
REMOVES TAX ON CERTAIN RAILROAD PROPERTY FROM SCHOOL TAX FORMULATION. (LR# 2559- 01)
HB 1211
Committee: Education-Elementary and Secondary (H)
Executive Session Held (H)
VOTED DO PASS HCS
HB1212
EXPANDS DEFINITION OF ANIMAL NEGLECT. (LR# 3040- 01)
HB 1212
Committee: Agriculture (H)
Reported Do Pass (H)
HB1225
REMOVES CERTAIN RAILROAD PROPERTY FROM SCHOOL TAX FORMULATIONS. (LR# 3130- 01)
HB 1225
Committee: Education-Elementary and Secondary (H)
Executive Session Held (H)
VOTED DO PASS HCS
HB1235
CHANGES PROVISION RELATING TO TAXATION OF RAILROADS FOR SCHOOL PURPOSES. (LR# 2940- 01)
HB 1235
Committee: Education-Elementary and Secondary (H)
Executive Session Held (H)
VOTED DO PASS HCS
HB1245
ELIMINATES DEVIATE SEXUAL INTERCOURSE WITH SAME SEX PARTNER FROM "SEXUAL MISCONDUCT". (LR# 2707- 01)
HB 1245
Committee: Civil and Criminal Law (H)
Reported Do Pass (H)
HB1293
CREATES A TAX CREDIT FOR WOOD ENERGY PRODUCERS. (LR# 2409- 03)
HCS HB 934, 952, 1031 & 1293
Committee: Ways and Means (H)
HCS Reported Do Pass (H)
HB1301
SAFE SCHOOLS ACT. (LR# 3192- 15)
CCS SCS HS HCS HB 1301 & 1298
Motion to reconsider perfection (H)
Motion to reconsider adopted (H)
VOTE BY WHICH HS WAS ADOPTED
HS adopted in House (H)
Perfected with amendments (H)
HA 1, HA 2, HA 3, HA 5, HA 7, HSA 1 FOR HA 8, HA 9
PART 1 OF HA 10, HA 12 ADOPTED
HB1337
DISTRIBUTION OF STATE SCHOOL AID AND SCHOOL TAXES ON RAILROADS. (LR# 3199- 02)
HCS HB 1337, 1225, 1235, 1211 & 1124
Committee: Education-Elementary and Secondary (H)
Executive Session Held (H)
VOTED DO PASS HCS
HCS Reported Do Pass (H)
HB1340
ALLOWS TAXATION OF CERTAIN REAL PROPERTY OWNED BY COLLEGES OR UNIVERSITIES IN CERTAIN COUNTIES. (LR# 2972- 01)
HB 1340
Committee: Governmental Organization & Review (H)
Reported Do Pass (H)
HB1370
PROVIDES FOR A TERM OF LIFE IMPRISONMENT FOR PERSONS CONVICTED OF CERTAIN CRIMES. (LR# 2119- 02)
HCS HB 1370
Committee: Civil and Criminal Law (H)
HCS Reported Do Pass (H)
HB1373
SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM FOR MINORITY STUDENTS IN ENVIRONMENTAL STUDIES. (LR# 3178- 02)
HB 1373
Committee: Education-Higher (H)
Reported Do Pass (H)
HB1419
AUTHORIZES GOVERNOR TO CONVEY CERTAIN STATE REAL ESTATE. (LR# 3287- 01)
HB 1419
Committee: Correctional & State Institutions (H)
Reported Do Pass by Consent (H)
HB1424
LIMITS AMOUNTS THE DEPARTMENT OF REVENUE CAN KEEP AS COSTS IN COLLECTING THE ELDERLY HOME-DELIVERED MEALS TRUST FUND CONTRIBUTIONS. (LR# 3321- 01)
HB 1424
Committee: Social Services, Medicaid and the Elderly (H)
Reported Do Pass (H)
HB1462
CHANGES VARIOUS PROVISIONS OF THE OUTSTANDING SCHOOLS ACT. (LR# 3377- 01)
HB 1462
Committee: Education-Elementary and Secondary (H)
Executive Session Held (H)
VOTED DO NOT PASS
HB1471
EXPANDS CERTAIN STUDENT REPRESENTATIVES' DUTIES. (LR# 3266- 01)
HB 1471
Committee: Education-Higher (H)
Reported Do Pass (H)
HB1505
CHANGES THE ADOPTION LAWS. (LR# 3179- 07)
HCS HB 1505
Committee: Children, Youth & Families (H)
HCS Reported Do Pass (H)
HB1542
CHANGES DISTRIBUTION OF GAMING PROCEEDS. (LR# 3286- 01)
HB 1542
Committee: Education-Elementary and Secondary (H)
Executive Session Held (H)
VOTED DO NOT PASS
HB1572
EXTENDS SUSTAINABLE AGRICULTURE PROGRAM. (LR# 3285- 01)
HB 1572
Committee: Agriculture (H)
Reported Do Pass (H)
HB1574
BANS ANIMAL FIGHTS. (LR# 3537- 01)
HB 1574
Committee: Civil and Criminal Law (H)
Reported Do Pass (H)
HB1575
BANS ANIMAL FIGHTING. (LR# 3535- 01)
HB 1575
Committee: Civil and Criminal Law (H)
Reported Do Pass (H)
HB1579
RIGHTS OF FEDERAL OFFICERS. (LR# 3555- 01)
HB 1579
Committee: Civil and Criminal Law (H)
Reported Do Pass with amendments (H)
HCA 1
HB1580
CORRECTIONS GARDENING PROGRAM. (LR# 3547- 02)
HB 1580
Committee: Correctional & State Institutions (H)
Reported Do Pass with amendments (H)
HCA 1
HB1585
CREATES THE STATE COMMITTEE FOR SOCIAL WORKERS. (LR# 3510- 01)
HB 1585
Committee: Professional Registration & Licensing (H)
Public Hearing Held (H)
Executive Session Held (H)
VOTED DO PASS CONSENT
HB1597
CREATES SALES TAX EXEMPTION FOR CERTAIN DRUG SAMPLES. (LR# 3588- 01)
HB 1597
Committee: Ways and Means (H)
Re-committed to Committee (H)
LEGISLATION HAS FISCAL IMPACT
HB1598
EXEMPTS SECRETARY OF STATE'S INVESTOR EDUCATION FUND FROM SECTION 33.080, RSMO. (LR# 3585- 01)
HB 1598
Committee: Consumer Protection (H)
Executive Session Held (H)
VOTED DO PASS CONSENT
Reported Do Pass by Consent (H)
HB1601
CONVEY CERTAIN STATE PROPERTY IN CALLAWAY COUNTY TO CITY OF FULTON. (LR# 3520- 01)
HB 1601
Committee: Correctional & State Institutions (H)
Reported Do Pass by Consent (H)
HB1604
AUTHORIZES CONVEYANCE OF NATIONAL GUARD ARMORY PROPERTY IN WEBB CITY. (LR# 3589- 01)
HB 1604
Committee: Correctional & State Institutions (H)
Reported Do Pass by Consent (H)
HB1610
CHANGES PROVISIONS RELATING TO THE DONATION OF VENISON. (LR# 3599- 01)
HB 1610
Committee: State Parks, Recreation and Natural Resources (H)
Reported Do Pass by Consent (H)
HB1629
REGULATES AIR CONTAMINANT SOURCES. (LR# 3604- 02)
HB 1629
Read second time (H)
HB1630
REQUIRES HEADLIGHTS TO BE USED WHEN WEATHER CONDITIONS MAKE WINDSHIELD WIPERS NECESSARY. (LR# 2827- 01)
HB 1630
Introduced and read first time (H)
HB1631
REQUIRES NOTICE TO NEIGHBORHOOD AND HOME ASSOCIATIONS WHEN AREA IS BEING CONSIDERED FOR TAX CREDITS. (LR# 1823- 01)
HB 1631
Introduced and read first time (H)
HCR9
UNITED STATE IMMIGRATION AND NATURALIZATION SERVICE TO STAY THE DEPORTATION PROCEEDINGS AGAINST MATT MORRISON (LR# 0000- 00)
HCR0009
Committee: Miscellaneous Bills and Resolutions (H)
Executive Session Held (H)
VOTED DO PASS
HCR11
TAKING OF MISSOURI LAND INTO TRUST FOR GAMING PURPOSES AND THE OPERATION OF LAND-BASED GAMING BY INDIAN TRIBES (LR# 0000- 00)
HCR0011
Referred: Miscellaneous Bills and Resolutions (H)
HR460
NATHAN J PANKE OF ST LOUIS WILL RECEIVE RANK OF EAGLE SCOUT FOR TROOP #77 ON MARCH 14, 1996 (LR# 0000- 00)
HR 0460
Adopted (H)
HR461
ROBERT J RENAUD OF ST LOUIS WILL RECEIVE RANK OF EAGLE SCOUT FOR TROOP #77 ON MARCH 14, 1996 (LR# 0000- 00)
HR 0461
Adopted (H)
HR462
LAUREN ELIZABETH JOHNSON AN 8 YR OLD RESIDENT OF BOERNE IS PRAISED BY PARENTS AND MATERNAL GRANDMOTHER (LR# 0000- 00)
HR 0462
Adopted (H)
HR463
CHAD MICHAEL SPENCER OF KEARNEY WILL RECEIVE RANK OF EAGLE SCOUT ON MARCH 17, 1996 (LR# 0000- 00)
HR 0463
Adopted (H)
HR464
BRIAN JEFFREY SPENCER OF KEARNEY WILL RECEIVE RANK OF EAGLE SCOUT ON MARCH 17, 1996 (LR# 0000- 00)
HR 0464
Adopted (H)
HR465
MR & MRS BOB REIFSTECK COMMEMORATE THEIR 40TH WEDDING ANNIVERSARY ON FEBRUARY 29, 1996 (LR# 0000- 00)
HR 0465
Adopted (H)
HR466
RECOGNIZE APRIL 19, 1996 AS MAKE A WISH DAY IN MISSOURI IN HONOR OF TENTH ANNIVERSARY (LR# 0000- 00)
HR 0466
Adopted (H)
HR467
MR & MRS WENDELL E HARBISON OF FARMINGTON COMMEMORATE THEIR 50TH ANNIVERSARY ON MARCH 2, 1996 (LR# 0000- 00)
HR 0467
Adopted (H)
HR468
EDNA MAE GANFIELD OF OSCEOLA AS CHOSEN AS REGIONAL WINNER OF OLDER WORKER OF THE YEAR (LR# 0000- 00)
HR 0468
Adopted (H)
HR469
BEVERLY GREEVES OF MONROE CITY WAS CHOSEN AS REGIONAL WINNER OF THE OLDER WORKER OF THE YEAR (LR# 0000- 00)
HR 0469
Adopted (H)
HR470
HONORABLE JIM BARNES RESIGNED FROM THE MISSOURI HOUSE OF REPS (LR# 0000- 00)
HR 0470
Adopted (H)
HR471
HERMAN & MARJORIE RHODE OF PRAIRIE HOME COMMEMORATE THEIR 50TH WEDDING ANNIVERSARY ON MARCH 3, 1996 (LR# 0000- 00)
HR 0471
Adopted (H)
HR472
JOHN MIER RECIPIENT OF THE DIVISION MANAGEMENT ADMINISTRATIVE RECOGNITION AWARD (LR# 0000- 00)
HR 0472
Adopted (H)
HR473
COLIN AGLER RECIPIENT OF THE EAGLE SCOUT AWARD (LR# 0000- 00)
HR 0473
Adopted (H)
HR474
NICOLE THOMAS SELECTED AS JUNIOR MISS MISSOURI JOB'S DAUGHTER (LR# 0000- 00)
HR 0474
Adopted (H)
HR475
MR AND MRS JOHN CURTIS TWITCHELL CELEBRATING THIER SIXTIETH ANNIVERSARY (LR# 0000- 00)
HR 0475
Adopted (H)
HR476
MR AND MRS GEORGE REPP CELEBRATING THEIR FIFTIETH ANNIVERSARY (LR# 0000- 00)
HR 0476
Adopted (H)
HR477
HAROLD J SCHAFFER ON HIS RETIREMENT (LR# 0000- 00)
HR 0477
Adopted (H)
HR478
BETTY L SCHAFFER ON HER RETIREMENT (LR# 0000- 00)
HR 0478
Adopted (H)
HR479
DOROTHY B HUNT SELECTED FOR WHO'S WHO AMONG AMERICA'S TEACHERS (LR# 0000- 00)
HR 0479
Adopted (H)
HR480
CHARLES GUTHRIE ON HIS RETIREMENT (LR# 0000- 00)
HR 0480
Adopted (H)
HR481
ELIZABETH HORNBECK RECIPIENT OF THE KANSAS CITY WOMEN'S CHAMBER OF COMMERCE LEADERSHIP AWARD (LR# 0000- 00)
HR 0481
Adopted (H)
HR482
DANA GILMORE RECIPIENT OF THE KANSAS CITY WOMEN'S CHAMBER OF COMMERCE LEADERSHIP AWARD (LR# 0000- 00)
HR 0482
Adopted (H)
HR483
ROBERT BECKER RECIPIENT OF THE KANSAS CITY WOMEN'S CHAMBER OF COMMERCE LEADERSHIP AWARD (LR# 0000- 00)
HR 0483
Adopted (H)
HR485
ROMAN N PIPER RECIPIENT OF THE EAGLE SCOUT AWARD (LR# 0000- 00)
HR 0485
Adopted (H)
HR486
HARRY LAUF ON HIS RETIREMENT (LR# 0000- 00)
HR 0486
Adopted (H)
HR487
COLONEL LIN APPLING (LR# 0000- 00)
HR 0487
Adopted (H)
HR488
CHRISTIE JOHNSON APPOINTED TO THE SOUTHEAST MISSOURI STATE UNIVERSITY BOARD OF REGENTS (LR# 0000- 00)
HR 0488
Adopted (H)
HR489
DELMAR HARVARD ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SELECTED AS ONE OF MISSOURIO'S GOLD STAR SCHOOLS (LR# 0000- 00)
HR 0489
Adopted (H)
HR490
DEBBIE CURRENT OF WARRENTON WAS CHOSEN AS RECIPIENT OF THE 1996 EDUCATOR OF THE YEAR AWARD BY THE WARRENTON AREA CHAMBER OF COMMERCE (LR# 0000- 00)
HR 0490
Adopted (H)
HR491
FRANK STUERMANN OF WARENTON HAS BEEN SELECTED AS RECIPIENT OF THE 1996 CITIZEN OF THE YEAR AWARD BY THE WARRENTON AREA CHAMBER OF COMMERCE (LR# 0000- 00)
HR 0491
Adopted (H)
HR492
MR WINSTON BAILEY OF ELSBERRY IS STEPPING DOWN FROM HIS POSITION AS SUPERINTENDENT OF THE LINCOLN COUNTY R-11 SCHOOL DISTRICT ON JUNE 30 1996 AFTER SERVING 11 YRS (LR# 0000- 00)
HR 0492
Adopted (H)
HR493
LARRY JANSEN IS RETIRING FROM HIS POSITION AS HEAD COACH OF THE LEE'S SUMMIT HIGH SCHOOL GIRLS BASKETBALL TEAM AFTER SERVING 21 YEARS. (LR# 0000- 00)
HR 0493
Adopted (H)
HR494
ON APRIL 27, 1996 MR JOE MCKENZIE OF JOPLIN WILL BE INDUCTED INTO THE JOPLIN GOLF FOUNDATION'S HALL OF FAME (LR# 0000- 00)
HR 0494
Adopted (H)
HR495
MILDRED M WINTER OF ST LOUIS WAS HONORED WITH THE 1995 CHARLES A DANA AWARD FOR PIONEERING ACHIEVEMENT IN EDUCATION ON NOVEMBER 8, 1995 (LR# 0000- 00)
HR 0495
Adopted (H)
HR496
DEE BURTON OF KANSAS CITY HAS BEEN CHOSEN REGIONAL WINNER OF THE OLDER WORKER OF THE YEAR CONTEST (LR# 0000- 00)
HR 0496
Adopted (H)
HR497
LARRY LITTRELL RECORDED HIS 300TH CAREER VICTORY AS HEAD COACH OF THE GLASGOW HIGH SCHOOL GIRLS VARSITY BASKETBALL TEAM (LR# 0000- 00)
HR 0497
Adopted (H)
HR498
ON MARCH 23, 1996 THE HONORABLE JIM WHEELER OF KEYTESVILLE WILL OBSERVE HIS 75TH BIRTHDAY (LR# 0000- 00)
HR 0498
Adopted (H)
HR499
JONEAN RATLIFF OF MOBERLY RETIRED FROM MOBERLY HIGH SCHOOL IN MAY 1995 AFTER A 30 YR CAREER AS VOCAL MUSIC TEACHER (LR# 0000- 00)
HR 0499
Adopted (H)
HR500
MR CHARLES GUTHRIE OF SLATER WILL RETIRE FROM THE UNITED STATES NAVAL RESERVE ON APRIL 13, 1996 (LR# 0000- 00)
HR 0500
Adopted (H)
HR501
JEREMY HAHN HAS EARNED THE HIGHEST ADVANCEMENT AWARD IN THE ASSEMBLIES OF GOD ROYAL RANGER CAMPING PROGRAM, THE GOLD MEDAL OF ACHIEVEMENT (LR# 0000- 00)
HR 0501
Adopted (H)
HR502
IVA M MCMECHAN CELEBRATING HER ONE HUNDRED FOURTH BIRTHDAY (LR# 0000- 00)
HR 0502
Adopted (H)
HR503
DELORES C THOMPSON OF ST LOUIS IS RETIRING AFTER 31 YRS OF EMPLOYMENT WITH THE MO DPT OF SOCIAL SERVICES, DIVISION OF FAMILY SERVICES. (LR# 0000- 00)
HR 0503
Adopted (H)
HR504
WEBSTER GROVES HIGH SCHOOL BOYS BASKETBALL TEAM CAPTURED CLASS 4A MISSOURI STATE BASKETBALL CHAMPIONSHIP WITH 53-46 VICTORY OVER WEST PLAINS (LR# 0000- 00)
HR 0504
Adopted (H)
HR505
PAUL AND REBEL MOSHER COMMEMORATED THEIR 50TH WEDDING ANNIVERSARY ON JANUARY 20TH, 1996 (LR# 0000- 00)
HR 0505
Adopted (H)
HR506
JACOB RYAN PETERSEN OF TROOP 369 WILL RECEIVE RANK OF EAGLE SCOUT ON APRIL 17, 1996 (LR# 0000- 00)
HR 0506
Adopted (H)
HR507
SHELBINA KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS COUNCIL COMMEMORATES THEIR 75TH ANNIVERSARY (LR# 0000- 00)
HR 0507
Adopted (H)
HR508
NELDA MAE HICKMAN GAINES OF NEW BLOOMFIELD OBSERVED HER 80TH BIRTHDAY ON MARCH 18, 1996 AND WAS SHOW-ME-STATES YOUNGEST OCTOGENARIAN (LR# 0000- 00)
HR 0508
Offered (H)
Referred: Miscellaneous Bills and Resolutions (H)
HR509
DOUGLAS EDWARD UNVIN OF ST LOUIS RECEIVES RANK OF EAGLE SCOUT ON MARCH 24, 1996 (LR# 0000- 00)
HR 0509
Offered (H)
Referred: Miscellaneous Bills and Resolutions (H)
HR510
JACK JORDAN RETIRES FROM WASHINGTON JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL ON JUNE 30,1996 (LR# 0000- 00)
HR 0510
Offered (H)
Referred: Miscellaneous Bills and Resolutions (H)
HR511
AMELIA BARBARA VAUGHN OF FESTUS WILL CELEBRATE HER 87TH BIRTHDAY ON MARCH 24, 1996 (LR# 0000- 00)
HR 0511
Offered (H)
Referred: Miscellaneous Bills and Resolutions (H)
HR512
RAY LITTLE OF LAMAR RECEIVES HONOR OF PERSON OF THE YEAR. (LR# 0000- 00)
HR 0512
Offered (H)
Referred: Miscellaneous Bills and Resolutions (H)
HR513
DAVE CURTIS, WARRENSBURG PARKS AND RECREATION DIRECTOR HAS RECENTLY ATTAINED THE FELLOW AWARD FOR 1996 FROM TEH MISSOURI PARK AND REC. ASSOCIATION (LR# 0000- 00)
HR 0513
Offered (H)
Referred: Miscellaneous Bills and Resolutions (H)
HR514
RUBY JOYCE LITTLE OF ST LOUIS WILL RETIRE FROM THE MO DPT OF SOCIAL SERVICES ON APRIL 1, 1996 AFTER MORE THAN 25 YRS OF SERVICE. (LR# 0000- 00)
HR 0514
Offered (H)
Referred: Miscellaneous Bills and Resolutions (H)
HR515
PATRICIA KILLOREN RECENTLY STEPPED DOWN FROM HER POSITION AS MAYOR OF THE CITY OF CRESTWOOD AFTER 18 YRS OF SERVICE (LR# 0000- 00)
HR 0515
Offered (H)
Referred: Miscellaneous Bills and Resolutions (H)
HR516
ROWENA VIA IS RECOGNIZED AS AN OUTASTANDING PARTNER IN THE FIGHT AGAINST HUNGER AND POVERTY (LR# 0000- 00)
HR 0516
Offered (H)
Referred: Miscellaneous Bills and Resolutions (H)
HR517
ON MARCH 26, 1996, THE CITY OF ARNOLD WILL COMMEMORATE THE 20TH ANNIVERSARY OF THE ARNOLD SENIOR CENTER (LR# 0000- 00)
HR 0517
Offered (H)
Referred: Miscellaneous Bills and Resolutions (H)
HR518
PHILIP A GRIMES, A FOUNDING PARTNER OF THE LAW FIRM GRIMES, FAY & GAETH, RETIRED ON DECEMBER 31, 1995. (LR# 0000- 00)
HR 0518
Offered (H)
Referred: Miscellaneous Bills and Resolutions (H)
HR519
BEVERLY KELLEY OF NEW BLOOMFIELD WILL RETIRE FROM EMPLOYMENT WITH THE STATE OF MO ON MARCH 31, 1996 AFTER 30 YRS OF SERVICE. (LR# 0000- 00)
HR 0519
Offered (H)
Referred: Miscellaneous Bills and Resolutions (H)
HR520
WE EXPRESS SYMPATHY TO MR HARLAN GOULD'S FAMILY WHO PASSED AWAY ON FEBRUARY 26, 1996 (LR# 0000- 00)
HR 0520
Offered (H)
Referred: Miscellaneous Bills and Resolutions (H)
HR521
BETAL CHAPTER OF SIGMA TAU GAMMA FRAT DEDICATES NEW ATTERBERRY BROTHERHOOD CENTER (LR# 0000- 00)
HR 0521
Offered (H)
Referred: Miscellaneous Bills and Resolutions (H)
HR522
SEIYU OYATA EARNED NATIONAL ACCLAIM FOR RYUKYU CULTURAL ARTS (LR# 0000- 00)
HR 0522
Offered (H)
Referred: Miscellaneous Bills and Resolutions (H)
SB501
ETHICS COMMISSION AUTHORIZED TO EMPLOY LEGAL COUNSEL. (LR# 2244- 01)
SB 0501
Read second time (H)
SB527
KILLING POLICE ANIMALS. (LR# 2142- 01)
SB 0527
Read second time (H)
SB572
ELIMINATES READINESS ASSESSMENT FOR PUPILS ENTERING KINDERGARTEN. (LR# 2041- 05)
CCS HCS SB 572
Read second time (H)
SB582
CLARIFIES RIGHTS OF INDIVIDUALS USING SERVICE DOGS. (LR# 2245- 01)
SB 0582
Committee: Social Services, Medicaid and the Elderly (H)
Executive Session Held (H)
VOTED DO PASS
SB643
ENABLING LANGUAGE FOR CREATION OF DEPARTMENT OF AGING. (LR# 2311- 02)
SB 0643
Read second time (H)
SB670
ESTABLISHES DOCUMENT PRESERVATION FUND. (LR# 2630- 03)
SCS SB 670
Committee: Miscellaneous Bills and Resolutions (H)
Executive Session Held (H)
VOTED DO PASS CONSENT
SB683
RAISES MAXIMUM LATE FEE CHARGEABLE BY CREDITOR IN AN INSTALLMENT CONTRACT OR SMALL LOAN. (LR# 2422- 03)
HCS SB 683
Read second time (H)
SB693
COMPENSATION FOR CORONERS. (LR# 2797- 01)
SB 0693
Committee: Professional Registration & Licensing (H)
Public Hearing Held (H)
SB709
EXPANDS THE POWERS OF THE ETHICS COMMISSION. (LR# 2891- 09)
HCS SS SB 709
Read second time (H)
SB773
REVISION OF STATE MERIT SYSTEM LAW. (LR# 2991- 01)
SB 0773
Read second time (H)
SB834
STEALING NATIVE AMERICAN REMAINS. (LR# 2771- 01)
SB 0834
Read second time (H)
SB837
GENERAL ASSEMBLY SHALL PUBLISH ITS JOURNALS. (LR# 3021- 01)
SB 0837
Read second time (H)
SB860
REVISION OF PUBLIC SCHOOL RETIREMENT SYSTEM LAWS. (LR# 3242- 09)
HCS SCS#2 SB 860
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SB930
CERTAIN LICENSEES MAY BECOME ESTHETICIANS WITHOUT EXAMINATION. (LR# 3507- 01)
SB 0930
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SJR31
ALLOWS NONATTORNEY REPRESENTATION IN CERTAIN CASES. (LR# 1870- 02)
SCS SJR 31
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