2005 Legislation Sponsored by Rep. Robb
Missouri House of Representatives
2005
93rd General Assembly, 1st Regular Session
Legislation Sponsored by Rep. Edward Robb

SPONSOR
HB779
Authorizes an income tax credit for an amount equal to the applicable percentage of the adjusted purchase price paid to the issuer of a qualified equity investment
HB779 -- (LR# 1809L.01I)
WAYS AND MEANS
Public Hearing held (H)
HB831
Changes the laws regarding charter schools
HCS HB 842 & 831 -- (LR# 2135L.03C)
Reported do pass (H)
NO TIME LIMIT FOR DEBATE

HB849
Allows noncharter counties of the first classification to establish the base salaries of certain county officials and transfers the responsibility for computing salaries to the county salary commission
HB849 -- (LR# 2130L.01I)
Referred: Local Government (H)
HB865
Requires Missouri's institutions of higher education to grant a student who is called to active military duty during an academic term a "withdraw passing" or equivalent grade in each enrolled class
HB865 -- (LR# 2160L.01I)
Referred: Veterans
HB940
Establishes the Missouri Individual Income Flat Tax Act
HB940 -- (LR# 1831L.01I)
Referred: Ways and Means (H)
COSPONSOR
HB70
Repeals the sunset provision requiring a certain percentage of lottery contracts be awarded to minority businesses
HB70 -- (LR# 0340L.01I)
Referred: Ways and Means (H)
HB174
Prohibits the issuance and allows for the revocation of a real estate license of a person convicted of certain felonies and defines exclusive brokerage agreements
Approved HCS HB 174 -- (LR# 0554L.02T)
Delivered to Secretary of State
HB305
Extends the expiration date of the Biodiesel for Schools Program to the 2011-2012 school year
HB305 -- (LR# 1001L.01I)
AGRICULTURE POLICY
Executive Session held (H)
VOTED DO PASS

HB328
Prohibits public institutions that receive state funds from adopting a discrimination policy that exceeds current federal protections against discrimination
HB328 -- (LR# 0819L.01I)
Referred: Elementary and Secondary Education
HB329
Allows parents or legal guardians of 16 to 18-year-old children to choose to have the compulsory school attendance and work certificate laws apply to their children
HB329 -- (LR# 0824L.01I)
ELEMENTARY AND SECONDARY EDUCATION
Executive Session held (H)
VOTED DO PASS

HB331
Creates the crime of being under the influence of intoxicating liquor for persons under the age of 21
HB331 -- (LR# 0827L.01I)
Referred: Crime Prevention and Public Safety (H)
HB332
Creates the crime of being under the influence of a controlled substance
HB332 -- (LR# 0826L.01I)
CRIME PREVENTION AND PUBLIC SAFETY
Public Hearing held (H)
HB377
Changes the laws regarding transportation including school bus drivers, fee offices, credit for trade-ins, salvage vehicles, repossessed titles, drivers' licenses, and memorial highways
HCS HB 591, 210, 377, 760 & 777 -- (LR# 1610L.11C)
Laid over (H)
HA 1 TO HA 1,AND HA 1, HCS PENDING

HB390
Revises unlawful transactions with a child by making it a crime to sell or rent a video game to a child when the video game has been rated mature or adults only by the Entertainment Software Rating Board
HB390 -- (LR# 1006L.01I)
Referred: Crime Prevention and Public Safety (H)
HB393
Changes the laws affecting claims for damages and their payment and establishes venue in all tort actions
Approved CCS SS SCS HCS HB 393 -- (LR# 1188L.14T)
Delivered to Secretary of State
HB422
Conveys the National Guard armory located in Mississippi County to the City of Charleston
Approved HCS HB 422 -- (LR# 1224L.02T)
Delivered to Secretary of State
HB447
Allows certain objections by first classification counties to municipal annexations to be resolved without following the current statutory procedures
HB447 -- (LR# 1043L.01I)
Referred: Local Government (H)
HB600
Requires applicants for licensure as professional counselors, after August 28, 2007, to complete a minimum of three hours of graduate-level course work in diagnostic systems
Approved HB600 -- (LR# 1702L.01T)
Delivered to Secretary of State
HB639
Establishes the Betty L. Thompson Scholarship Program and authorizes an individual and business tax credit for contributions to certified nonprofit educational charitable organizations
HCS HB 639 -- (LR# 0341L.11C)
Placed on the Informal Perfection Calendar (H)
HB661
Requires hospitals participating in the Medicaid Program to provide services to individuals in state correctional facilities at the Medicaid reimbursement rate
HB661 -- (LR# 0772L.02I)
CORRECTIONS AND PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS
Public Hearing held (H)
HB687
Requires all motor fuel sold in Missouri for use in gasoline-powered vehicles to contain 90% gasoline and 10% fuel ethanol
HB687 -- (LR# 1628L.01I)
AGRICULTURE POLICY
Public Hearing held (H)
HB700
Changes the laws regarding endangerment of individuals at a correctional facility and authorizes the Board of Probation and Parole to charge offenders under their supervision a monthly fee
Approved HB700 -- (LR# 1971L.01T)
Delivered to Secretary of State
HB759
Requires health insurers and the Missouri Medicaid Program to provide coverage for services under the First Steps Program
HB759 -- (LR# 1795L.02I)
Referred: Special Committee on General Laws
HB775
Prevents persons who have been fined in the last twenty years for promoting prostitution or providing prostitutes for customer entertainment from getting certain gaming licenses.
HB775 -- (LR# 2035L.01I)
Withdrawn (H)
HB825
Establishes the Founding Documents Protection Act which allows school boards to permit teachers to read excerpts from certain documents related to history, patriotism, and civil rights
HB825 -- (LR# 2026L.01I)
Referred: Elementary and Secondary Education
HB859
Allows residents of Missouri to participate in any current or future state program, policy, or practice permitting prescription drugs to be acquired from Canada
HCS HB 859 -- (LR# 1490L.03P)
Perfected (H)
HB880
Establishes the MBE/WBE Oversight Review Committee to assist certified socially and economically disadvantaged small businesses or minority business enterprises in state contracts
HB880 -- (LR# 1832L.01P)
Second Rd/Refer: Pensions, Veteran Affairs & General Law(S)
HB905
Prohibits the withholding or withdrawal of nutrition or hydration for a patient without a specific written power of attorney granting the authority
HB905 -- (LR# 2139L.01I)
HEALTH CARE POLICY
Public Hearing held (H)
HB921
Authorizes local governing bodies to adopt an option for making a partial payment of property taxes by December 31 with the balance due at the end of the following February
HB921 -- (LR# 2115L.01I)
Referred: Local Government (H)
HB922
Makes eligibility for a driver's license for persons between the ages of 15 and 18 contingent on acceptable Missouri Assessment Program scores
HB922 -- (LR# 0282L.01I)
Referred: Elementary and Secondary Education
HB924
Expands liability protection for school employees and volunteers
HCS HB 924 -- (LR# 2003L.03C)
Reported do pass (H)
NO TIME LIMIT FOR DEBATE

HCR24
Encourages high school course work in personal finance economics.
HCS HCR 24 -- (LR# 1720L.02C)
Adopted (S)
YEAS: 33
NAYS: 0

HJR23
Proposes a constitutional amendment requiring impeachments to be tried by the Senate
HJR23 -- (LR# 1762L.01I)
Relieved from committee

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