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

SPONSOR
HB711
Requires that all state service contracts awarded after August 28, 2005, must include specifications that employees of contractors or subcontractors be citizens of the United States
HB711 -- (LR# 1642L.01I)
JOB CREATION AND ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT
Public Hearing held (H)
HB793
Adds Khat to the list of schedule I controlled substances
HB793 -- (LR# 2028L.01I)
CRIME PREVENTION AND PUBLIC SAFETY
Public Hearing held (H)
HB822
Adds bronchial inhaler devices to the definition of "drug paraphernalia"
HB822 -- (LR# 2119L.01I)
Referred: Rules (H)
HB951
Prohibits the use or possession of an alcohol beverage vaporizer
HB951 -- (LR# 2222L.01I)
Referred: Crime Prevention and Public Safety (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)
HB190
Authorizes a sales/use tax exemption for manufacturing and material recovery plants
HB190 -- (LR# 0501L.01I)
SMALL BUSINESS
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

HB384
Creates the Anhydrous Ammonia Additive Fund to reimburse distributors of anhydrous ammonia for the cost of adding red dye to the chemical
HB384 -- (LR# 0792L.01I)
Withdrawn (H)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
HB410
Designates a portion of State Route H in Clay County as the "Richard L. Harriman Highway"
HB410 -- (LR# 1169L.01P)
Second read and referred: Transportation (S)
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
HB560
Limits the number of excursion gambling boat licenses which can be issued by the Missouri Gaming Commission to a total of 13 or the number of licenses issued as of January 1, 2012, whichever is less
HCS HB 560 -- (LR# 0644L.05P)
Second read and referred: Ways and Means (S)
HB586
Prohibits the use of public funds for health and social services programs to subsidize abortion services
HCS#2 HB 586 -- (LR# 0499L.06C)
Reported do pass (H)
NO TIME LIMIT FOR DEBATE

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
HB721
Changes the laws regarding juvenile officer retirement
HB721 -- (LR# 1977L.01I)
Reported do pass (H)
NO TIME LIMIT

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
HB770
Gives patients the right to receive copies of all medical and laboratory test results ordered or authorized by a health care provider
HB770 -- (LR# 1636L.01I)
HEALTH CARE POLICY
Public Hearing held (H)
HB808
Prohibits the Missouri Housing Development Commission from making grants and loans to the City of Kansas City unless certain conditions are met
HB808 -- (LR# 2101L.01I)
Referred: Job Creation and Economic Development (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
HB827
Modifies the eligibility requirements of an employed disabled person requesting medical assistance under the federal Ticket to Work and Work Incentives Improvement Act of 1999
HCS HB 827 -- (LR# 1737L.04P)
Second Rd/Refer: Pensions, Veteran Affairs & General Law(S)
HB838
Allows a full $6,000 retirement benefit deduction from state income for taxpayers over the age of 65 regardless of income
HB838 -- (LR# 2059L.01I)
Referred: Ways and Means (H)
HB855
Authorizes the Department of Economic Development to contract with a higher education institute to establish a distant dental hygienist learning program
HB855 -- (LR# 2099L.02I)
PROFESSIONAL REGISTRATION AND LICENSING
Executive Session held (H)
HCS VOTED DO PASS

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)
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)
HB924
Expands liability protection for school employees and volunteers
HCS HB 924 -- (LR# 2003L.03C)
Reported do pass (H)
NO TIME LIMIT FOR DEBATE

HB937
Prohibits "bullying" in schools and requires school districts to adopt policies prohibiting harassment, intimidation, and bullying
HB937 -- (LR# 1474L.01I)
Referred: Elementary and Secondary Education
HB972
Changes the laws regarding crime
Approved SS#2 SCS HCS HB 972 -- (LR# 2161S.10T)
Delivered to Secretary of State
HJR14
Proposes a constitutional amendment establishing term limits for all statewide elected officials
HJR14 -- (LR# 0671L.01I)
ELECTIONS
Executive Session held (H)
VOTED DO NOT PASS

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

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