99th General Assembly, 1st Regular Session - 2017
Majority Caucus Secretary
MO House of Representatives
201 West Capitol Avenue
Jefferson City MO 65101
Rep. Jason Chipman represents parts of Crawford and Phelps Counties in the Missouri House of Representatives. He was elected to his first two-year term in November 2014.
Prior to his legislative duties, Rep. Chipman served as a Machinist Mate in the U.S. Navy aboard the aircraft carrier USS John F. Kennedy CV-67. Upon being honorably discharged, he worked for a short time in construction then began working at Brewer Science in Rolla, where he remained until being elected.
Rep. Chipman is a 1995 graduate from Steelville High School. He received an associate’s degree from East Central College in 2007, a bachelor’s degree in Organizational Leadership from Drury University in 2010, and is currently attending Central Methodist University.
Born in St. Charles, Rep. Chipman currently resides in Steelville with his wife and four children.
Establishes guidelines filling vacancies in the General Assembly and for nominations to the United States Congress
Prohibits public institutions of higher education from requiring students to purchase a meal plan when a student presents medical documentation of a food allergy or sensitivity, or a medical dietary issue
Prohibits public institutions of higher education from requiring students to live on campus, except for first-year freshmen who may be required to live in campus housing for their first year
Modifies provisions relating to public administrators who are acting as guardians or conservators
Provides convictions and certain pleas in municipal court may be proved to affect a person's credibility
Establishes the "Curriculum Transparency Act"
Requires public institutions of higher education to post certain information on their public websites.
Changes the law regarding the general municipal election day
Provides that driving with an expired driver's license is an infraction with a fine of twenty-five dollars, with the fine waived if license renewal occurs within thirty days of a citation
Provides that a person has a right to a jury trial in certain administrative proceedings
Prohibits political subdivisions from requiring a minimum wage that exceeds the requirements of state law