99th General Assembly, 2nd Regular Session
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Economic Development, Chairman
Special Committee on Litigation Reform
MO House of Representatives
201 West Capitol Avenue
Jefferson City MO 65101
Monday-Friday 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
Rep. Holly Rehder
PO Box 1868
336 S. Interstate Dr.
Sikeston MO 63801
Rep. Holly Rehder, a Republican, represents parts of Scott, and Mississippi counties (District 148). She was elected to her first two-year term in November 2012.
In addition to her legislative duties, Rep. Rehder and her husband Ray started their own cable telecommunications contracting company, Integrity Communications, in 2004. In 2005, Rep. Rehder began working full-time for the Missouri Cable Telecommunications Association. She worked three years as a campaign staffer for Congresswoman Jo Ann Emerson. Currently, Rep. Rehder is a member of the NFIB, Sikeston Chamber of Commerce, Charleston Chamber of Commerce, Benton Chamber of Commerce, Scott City Chamber of Commerce, Rotary Club, Sikeston Historic Downtown Association and National Rifle Association of America. Rep. Rehder attends, and raised her family, at Life Church in Sikeston, Missouri.
Rep. Rehder is a graduate of Southeast Missouri State University with a Bachelors of Science Degree in Mass Communications, Public Relations. She was also a member of the Southeast Missouri State University’s Speech and Debate team and has been recognized twice with Best Speaker award.
Born in Memphis, TN, Rep. Rehder spent her formative years in Dallas, TX, before moving to Southeast Missouri where her parents and extended family has been for over five generations. She and her husband Ray have three children, Raychel Griswell, Johnny Griswell Jr., Christian Rehder, and one grandson, Kayden Talley.
Establishes the Narcotics Control Act
Exempts health care entities registered with the Department of Health and Senior Services that distribute hypodermic needles or syringes from the crime of unlawful delivery of drug paraphernalia
Repeals provisions relating to prevailing wages on public works
Modifies provisions relating to the Medicaid per diem reimbursement rate for nursing homes
Modifies provisions relating to the appointment of a guardian or conservator of an incapacitated person
Requires elder abuse investigators to provide specified written materials to alleged perpetrators
Modifies provisions relating to referrals of children who may have been exposed to controlled substances
Requires course materials and instruction relating to human sexuality and sexually transmitted diseases to contain information about sexual harassment, sexual violence, and consent
Changes the laws regarding the recovery of costs and attorney fees by the prevailing party in certain civil actions
Provides that no political subdivision shall enact an ordinance that infringes on a person exercising his or her First Amendment rights in a public place
Changes the laws regarding unlawful actions by persons knowingly infected with communicable diseases
Modifies provisions relating to tax credits
Specifies that the election date for the ballot measure regarding SB 19 passed by the General Assembly in 2017, shall be August 7, 2018