99th General Assembly, 1st Regular Session - 2017
Subcommittee on Creation and Appointments, Chairman
Insurance Policy, Vice-Chairman
Health and Mental Health Policy
Rules - Administrative Oversight
MO House of Representatives
201 West Capitol Avenue
Jefferson City MO 65101
Rep. John Wiemann, a Republican, represents part of St. Charles County (District 103) in the Missouri House of Representatives. He was elected to his first two-year term in November 2014.
In addition to his legislative duties, Rep. Wiemann has been an insurance broker and the President/CEO of Midwest Physician Insurance Advisors.
Rep. Wiemann is a 1985 graduate from John F. Hodge High School in St. James, MO. He received his associate’s degree from East Central Community College in 1987 and both a bachelor’s degree in Business Administration and master’s degree in Health administration from the University of Missouri-Columbia.
Rep. Wiemann attends the Assumption Catholic Church, where he volunteers as an usher, marriage preparation counselor and coaches the church youth basketball team. He is a member of the Knights of Columbus, National Rifle Association, and the Lewis & Clark Pachyderm Club. He is the Immediate Past President of the National Federation of the Grand Order of Pachyderm Clubs.
Born May 15, 1967 in St. Louis, Rep. Wiemann currently resides in O’Fallon with his wife, Yvette. They have two children, Blake and Clayton.
Allows community college police officers to establish regulations to control vehicular traffic on any thoroughfare owned or maintained by the college
Specifies that licensed chiropractic physicians may treat and be reimbursed for conditions currently reimbursed under MO HealthNet
Allows for an extension of time to renew driver's licenses for persons employed or engaged in business outside of the United States and for college students attending school outside the state of Missouri
Changes the law relating to public labor organizations
Establishes procedures relating to an insurance group's corporate governance
Establishes exemptions for an insurer from an internal audit requirement
Changes the law regarding the voter registration information that can be computerized
Changes the laws regarding special districts so that certain special districts have to determine the taxes it will levy by September thirtieth
Changes the law regarding property insurance
Repeals a provision relating to certain exemptions for insurance holding companies