SECOND REGULAR SESSION
HOUSE JOINT RESOLUTION NO. 83
96TH GENERAL ASSEMBLY
INTRODUCED BY REPRESENTATIVES KELLEY (126) (Sponsor), SCHAD, HAEFNER, BRATTIN, GATSCHENBERGER, HOUGHTON, GUERNSEY, FUNDERBURK, COX, FISHER, LAIR, McNARY, STREAM, THOMSON, DAY, HOSKINS, ENTLICHER, WHITE, DAVIS, WETER, KEENEY, ROWLAND, JONES (89), FRANZ, DIEHL, HUMMEL, HARRIS, PACE, WEBB, FALLERT, CASEY, NICHOLS, BROWN (85), LONG, REDMON, PARKINSON, FREDERICK, JOHNSON, RICHARDSON, HAMPTON, BERNSKOETTER, CONWAY (14), REIBOLDT, SOLON, WIELAND, GOSEN, LANT, PIERSON, BURLISON, BAHR, BLACK, FITZWATER, SMITH (150), SCHOELLER, BROWN (116), HIGDON, WRIGHT, NANCE, RIDDLE, ELMER, LASATER, LARGENT, MOLENDORP, McCREERY, BROWN (50), McGHEE, McCANN BEATTY, McNEIL, LAMPE, STILL, ZERR, BERRY, JONES (63), MAY, HUBBARD, COLONA, QUINN, SHIVELY, HODGES, SMITH (71), LOEHNER, GRISAMORE, DIECKHAUS, SILVEY, KLIPPENSTEIN, FLANIGAN, NOLTE, ASBURY, SCHATZ, SCHIEFFER, HUGHES, ANDERS, ELLINGER, CROSS, SATER, WALLINGFORD, McGEOGHEGAN, SCHIEBER, LEACH, McCAHERTY, SOMMER, ALLEN, LAUER, COOKSON, NASHEED, HOLSMAN, TORPEY, RIZZO, MONTECILLO, FRAKER, MORGAN, BRANDOM AND TILLEY (Co-sponsors) .
6036L.01I D. ADAM CRUMBLISS, Chief Clerk
Submitting to the qualified voters of Missouri an amendment repealing section 13 of article I of the Constitution of Missouri, and adopting one new section in lieu thereof relating to laws retrospective in operation.
Be it resolved by the House of Representatives, the Senate concurring therein:
That at the next general election to be held in the state of Missouri, on Tuesday next following the first Monday in November, 2012, or at a special election to be called by the governor for that purpose, there is hereby submitted to the qualified voters of this state, for adoption or rejection, the following amendment to article I of the Constitution of the state of Missouri:
Section A. Section 13, article I, Constitution of Missouri, is repealed and one new section adopted in lieu thereof, to be known as section 13, to read as follows:
Section 13. That no ex post facto law, nor law impairing the obligation of contracts, or retrospective in its operation, or making any irrevocable grant of special privileges or immunities, can be enacted; however, a law may be retrospective in its operation with respect to a new obligation, duty, or disability imposed upon sex offenders.