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

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)
HB348
Establishes the Missouri Military Preparedness and Enhancement Commission
Approved HCS HB 348 -- (LR# 0631L.03T)
Delivered to Secretary of State
HB365
Allows moneys from the county sheriff's revolving fund to be used to cover the costs associated with the processing of concealed carry endorsements
Approved HCS HB 365 -- (LR# 1193L.03T)
Delivered to Secretary of State
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

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
HB416
Authorizes an individual income tax deduction for certain military retirement benefits received by a taxpayer
HB416 -- (LR# 1221L.01I)
WAYS AND MEANS
Public Hearing held (H)
HB457
Prohibits human cloning and the use of public funds and facilities for the purpose of human cloning
HB457 -- (LR# 0534L.01I)
Referred: Rules (H)
HB468
Changes the laws regarding the State Treasurer's duties and the Linked Deposit Program
SCS HCS HB 468 -- (LR# 1391S.05C)
Placed on Informal Calendar (S)
HB572
Changes the definition of "adult" to a person 18 years of age or older and "child" to a person under 18 years of age in Chapter 211, RSMo, pertaining to juvenile courts
HB572 -- (LR# 0966L.01I)
Reported do pass (H)
NO TIME LIMIT

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

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)
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
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)
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
HB854
Changes the laws regarding job development programs administered by the Department of Economic Development and establishes the Missouri Quality Jobs Program
HCS HB 854 -- (LR# 2104L.05C)
Reported do pass (H)
NO TIME LIMIT FOR DEBATE

HB877
Establishes certain employee rights
HB877 -- (LR# 2089L.01I)
Referred: Rules (H)
HJR23
Proposes a constitutional amendment requiring impeachments to be tried by the Senate
HJR23 -- (LR# 1762L.01I)
Relieved from committee

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Last Updated August 25, 2005 at 12:41 pm