98th General Assembly, 2nd Regular Session
Bills Indexed by Subject

BillSponsor Bill StringDate/Last Action
 Bill Information
HB1366Hubrecht, Tila SCS HCS HBs 1366 & 18784/20/2016 Executive Session Held (S)
  4897S.03C - Changes the laws regarding the substitution by a pharmacist of an interchangeable biological product for a prescribed product
HB1390King, S. Nick HB 13903/29/2016 Reported Do Pass (H)
  4206H.02I - Changes the laws regarding hemp extract
HB1404Kirkton, Jeanne HB 14041/12/2016 Referred: Civil and Criminal Proceedings
  4534H.01I - Establishes the "911 Good Samaritan Act" which gives a person immunity from criminal liability for a person who seeks medical assistance for a person experiencing a drug-related overdose
HB1441Mims, Bonnaye HB 14411/12/2016 Referred: Public Safety and Emergency Preparedness
  4873H.01I - Requires the Division of Drug and Crime Control, in conjunction with the Crime Laboratory Division, to create a pilot program that uses technologies and protocols to instantly identify new synthetic drugs
HB1524Ellington, Brandon HB 15245/13/2016 Referred: Civil and Criminal Proceedings
  4183H.01I - Allows marijuana convictions to be expunged for certain persons contingent upon the passage of a constitutional amendment or other statutory enactment legalizing marijuana
HB1568Lynch, Steve HB 15686/21/2016 Delivered to Secretary of State (G)
  4495H.03T - Allows physicians to prescribe naloxone to any individual to administer, in good faith, to another individual suffering from an opioid-induced drug overdose
HB1569Lynch, Steve HB 15693/14/2016 Public Hearing Completed (H)
  4317H.01I - Provides certain immunities for persons who seek medical assistance for a drug or alcohol overdose
HB1570Lynch, Steve HB 15704/12/2016 Referred: Civil and Criminal Proceedings
  4361H.01I - Authorizes a $5 surcharge for drug-related offense cases to fund drug rehabilitative programs
HB1584 CCS SCS HCS HB 15845/11/2016 House Message (H)
  4219H.04S - Modifies provisions relating to private probation services for misdemeanor offenders
HB1608Swan, Kathryn HCS HB 16084/21/2016 HCS Reported Do Pass (H)
  4838H.02C - Establishes the Controlled Substance Abuse Prevention Fund
HB1679Solon, Sheila HCS HB 16794/28/2016 Second read and referred: Senate Veterans' Affairs and Health
  4359H.02P - Changes the laws regarding the dispensing of contraceptives
HB1775Redmon, Craig HB 17751/28/2016 Referred: Health and Mental Health Policy
  5275H.01I - Allows certain assistant physicians, advanced practice registered nurses, and physician assistants to prescribe all Schedule II medications
HB1784Barnes, Jay HB 17843/16/2016 Action Postponed (H)
  4493H.01I - Establishes requirements for certain authorized entities to stock a supply of epinephrine auto-injectors for emergency administration
HB1878Solon, Sheila HB 18781/27/2016 HCS Reported Do Pass (H)
  5063H.02I - Changes the laws regarding the substitution by a pharmacist of an interchangeable biological product for a prescribed product
HB1892Rehder, Holly HB 18925/12/2016 Placed on Informal Calendar
  4506H.01P - Establishes the Narcotics Control Act
HB1903Taylor, Jered HB 19031/28/2016 Referred: Children and Families
  5373H.01I - Creates the crime of abuse of an unborn child for a person who illegally uses narcotic drugs while pregnant
HB1905Newman, Stacey HB 19055/13/2016 Referred: Children and Families
  4119H.01I - Establishes programs and services to increase preventative health care services in the state
HB1907Newman, Stacey HB 19075/13/2016 Referred: Health and Mental Health Policy
  4111H.01I - Requires a pharmacy to fill a valid and lawful prescription for any FDA-approved drug or device to prevent pregnancy including emergency contraceptives without delay
HB1908Newman, Stacey HB 19085/13/2016 Referred: Health and Mental Health Policy
  4114H.01I - Establishes the Compassionate Assistance for Rape Emergencies (CARE) Act
HB1919Gardner, Kimberly HB 19195/13/2016 Referred: Health and Mental Health Policy
  4285H.01I - Establishes the Death with Dignity Act to allow patients with terminal illnesses to end their life in a humane and dignified manner
HB1922Barnes, Jay HB 19225/13/2016 Referred: Health Insurance
  5451H.01I - Establishes a Prescription Abuse Registry
HB1929Swan, Kathryn HB 19295/13/2016 Referred: Agriculture Policy
  5360H.01I - Establishes provisions relating to certified euthanasia technicians
HB1944Spencer, Bryan HB 19441/12/2016 Referred: Public Safety and Emergency Preparedness
  5293H.01I - Establishes the Missouri Good Samaritan Law
HB1973Redmon, Craig HCS HB 19733/9/2016 HCS Reported Do Pass (H)
  5531H.02C - Allows those licensed by the Department of Agriculture to grow and handle industrial hemp
HB1974Kelley, Mike HB 19744/12/2016 Referred: Civil and Criminal Proceedings
  4276H.02I - Provides that in instances where THC is identified in a driver's blood in quantities of 5 ng/ml or higher, there is a permissible inference that the defendant was driving under the influence of THC
HB2029Hoskins, Denny SS HCS HB 20296/8/2016 Delivered to Secretary of State (G)
  5403S.05T - Changes the laws regarding step therapy for prescription drugs
HB2038Curtman, Paul HCS HB 20385/4/2016 Placed on Informal Calendar
  5338H.02P - Allows those licensed by the Department of Agriculture to grow, harvest, and cultivate industrial hemp
HB2045Morris, Lynn HCS HBs 2045 & 23164/21/2016 Second read and referred: Senate Financial and Governmental Organizations and Elections
  5528H.03P - Delineates procedures to be used by pharmacy benefits managers with regard to maximum allowable cost lists and requires health carriers to offer medication synchronization services
HB2093Chipman, Jason HB 20935/10/2016 Voted Do Pass (S)
  4666H.01P - Provides immunity for first responders for the reasonable use of restraints on a person suffering from an apparent overdose
HB2144Smith, Clem HB 21445/13/2016 Referred: Emerging Issues
  5777H.01I - Requires General Assembly members to be subject to drug testing within 60 calendar days of the start of the legislative session or of being sworn in after election in a special election
HB2160Rhoads, Shawn HB 21603/9/2016 Public Hearing Completed (H)
  5763H.01I - Imposes an excise tax on marijuana and other controlled substances
HB2213Hinson, Dave HCS HB 22134/21/2016 Third Read and Defeated (H)
  5602H.04P - Establishes the Missouri Compassionate Care Act regarding the licensure of medical cannabis centers and cultivation and prodiction facilities to provide medical cannabis to qualifying patients
HB2338LaFaver, Jeremy HB 23385/13/2016 Referred: Emerging Issues
  5975H.01I - Changes the laws regarding marijuana
HB2340Gosen, Don HB 23405/13/2016 Referred: Health Insurance
  5546H.01I - Establishes the Missouri Rx Card Program to provide prescription drug discounts to certain Medicare-eligible and uninsured Missouri residents
HB2406Jones, Caleb HB 24065/13/2016 Referred: Health and Mental Health Policy
  6066H.01I - Allows pharmacists to exercise professional judgment in dispensing varying quantities of medication per fill when filling prescriptions for maintenance medication
HB2562Neely, Jim HB 25623/15/2016 Referred: Select Committee on General Laws
  6096H.01I - Changes the laws regarding the Cancer Information Reporting System
HB2584Morris, Lynn HB 25845/13/2016 Referred: Health and Mental Health Policy
  6545H.01I - Establishes a voluntary replacement alternative program for children's vaccines which do not contain human DNA content
HB2625Neely, Jim HB 26255/13/2016 Referred: Emerging Issues
  6620H.01I - Allows for the use of medical marijuana to treat serious conditions
HB2734Pogue, Jeff HB 27345/13/2016 Referred: Agriculture Policy
  6671H.01I - Prohibits the state or any of its agencies from enforcing the new veterinary feed directive rules promulgated by the Food and Drug Administration
HB2737Pogue, Jeff HB 27375/13/2016 Referred: Professional Registration and Licensing
  6770H.01I - Prohibits pharmacies in the state from providing emergency contraceptives over the counter
HB2780Rehder, Holly HB 27805/13/2016 Referred: Health and Mental Health Policy
  6461H.01I - Exempts health care entities licensed by the Department of Health and Senior Services that distribute hypodermic needles or syringes from the crime of unlawful delivery of drug paraphernalia
HJR57Ellington, Brandon HJR 575/13/2016 Referred: Emerging Issues
  4184H.01I - Proposes a constitutional amendment legalizing marijuana for persons 21 years of age or older