99th General Assembly, 1st Regular Session - 2017
Rules - Legislative Oversight
MO House of Representatives
201 West Capitol Avenue
Jefferson City MO 65101
Rep. Jack Bondon, a Republican from Belton and lifelong Missourian, represents parts of Cass, Jackson and Bates Counties in the Missouri House of Representatives. He was elected to his first two-year term in November 2014.
Rep. Bondon is a 2000 graduate of Rockhurst High School. He earned his bachelor’s degree in Business Administration from Georgetown University in 2004.
Rep. Bondon attends St. Sabina Parish in Belton. He is a member of the Belton Chamber of Commerce and the Belton School District Strategic Planning Committee. Bondon is a supporter of the Cass County Life Choice Center, the CASCO Sheltered Workshop, the Faith and Freedom Coalition, and the Belton and Raymore-Peculiar Public Education Foundations.
Rep. Bondon has been appointed to the Utilities, Energy and Environment, Emerging Issues, Banking, Financial Institutions, Emerging Issues in Education, and Rules- Legislative Oversight Committees.
Rep. Bondon was also appointed by the Speaker of the House to the Missouri Health Facilities Review Committee in March of 2017 and was elected by his fellow members to chair the Committee in November of 2017.
In 2017, Bondon was elected by his local colleagues to serve as the Republican Co-Chair of the House Kansas City Metro-Area Caucus for a two year term.
Rep. Bondon has been successful on many of legislative fronts. He is known for advancing legislation that streamlines the state’s regulatory environment, promotes low-cost energy, and returns local control to the people in his district.
Modifies provisions of law relating to campaign finance
Requires a limited liability company that manages property in Kansas City to file an affidavit that names a person responsible for the property
Allows manufacturers of beer and wine to offer consumer cash rebate coupons
Authorizes a sales tax dedicated to public safety in the city of Peculiar
Requires that the comprehensive state energy plan be reviewed by the division of energy by Jan. 1, 2019, and biennially thereafter, and updated if necessary
Changes the laws regarding hospital licensure
Proposes a constitutional amendment to change the residency requirement to five years in order to run for a member of the General Assembly, Secretary of State, State Treasurer, and Attorney General