100th General Assembly, 1st Regular Session
Current Status of House Bills

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 Bill Information
GRP1 the Governor, GRP 1 1/17/2019 Received from Governor's office (G)
 1530H.01I -
GRP2 the Governor, GRP 2 1/17/2019 Received from Governor's office (G)
 1531H.01I -
GRP3 the Governor, GRP 3 1/17/2019 Received from Governor's office (G)
 1532H.01I -
HB1 Smith, Cody HCS HB 1 6/10/2019 Delivered to Secretary of State (G)
 0001H.02T - Appropriates money to the Board of Fund Commissioners.
HB2 Smith, Cody CCS SCS HCS HB 2 6/10/2019 Delivered to Secretary of State (G)
 0002H.05T - Appropriates money for the expenses, grants, refunds, and distributions of the State Board of Education and Department of Elementary and Secondary Education.
HB3 Smith, Cody CCS#2 SCS HCS HB 3 6/10/2019 Delivered to Secretary of State (G)
 0003H.06T - Appropriates money for the expenses, grants, refunds, and distributions of the Department of Higher Education.
HB4 Smith, Cody CCS SCS HCS HB 4 6/10/2019 Delivered to Secretary of State (G)
 0004H.05T - Appropriates money for the expenses, grants, refunds, and distributions of the Department of Revenue and Department of Transportation.
HB5 Smith, Cody CCS SCS HCS HB 5 6/10/2019 Delivered to Secretary of State (G)
 0005H.05T - Appropriates money for the expenses, grants, refunds, and distributions of the Office of Administration, Department of Transportation, and Department of Public Safety.
HB6 Smith, Cody CCS SCS HCS HB 6 6/10/2019 Delivered to Secretary of State (G)
 0006H.05T - Appropriates money for the expenses, grants, refunds, and distributions of the Department of Agriculture, Department of Natural Resources, and Department of Conservation.
HB7 Smith, Cody CCS SS SCS HCS HB 7 6/10/2019 Delivered to Secretary of State (G)
 0007H.06T - Appropriates money for the departments of Economic Development; Insurance, Financial Institutions and Professional Registration; and Labor and Industrial Relations.
HB8 Smith, Cody CCS SCS HCS HB 8 6/10/2019 Delivered to Secretary of State (G)
 0008H.05T - Appropriates money for the expenses, grants, refunds, and distributions of the Department of Public Safety.
HB9 Smith, Cody CCS SCS HCS HB 9 6/10/2019 Delivered to Secretary of State (G)
 0009H.05T - Appropriates money for the expenses, grants, refunds, and distributions of the Department of Corrections.
HB10 Smith, Cody CCS SS SCS HCS HB 10 6/10/2019 Delivered to Secretary of State (G)
 0010H.06T - Appropriates money for the expenses, grants, refunds, and distributions of the Department of Mental Health, Board of Public Buildings, and Department of Health and Senior Services.
HB11 Smith, Cody CCS SCS HCS HB 11 6/10/2019 Delivered to Secretary of State (G)
 0011H.05T - Appropriates money for the expenses, grants, and distributions of the Department of Social Services.
HB12 Smith, Cody CCS SCS HCS HB 12 6/10/2019 Delivered to Secretary of State (G)
 0012H.05T - Appropriates money for the expenses, grants, refunds, and distributions of statewide elected officials, the Judiciary, Office of the State Public Defender, and General Assembly.
HB13 Smith, Cody SCS HCS HB 13 6/10/2019 Delivered to Secretary of State (G)
 0013S.03T - Appropriates money for real property leases and related services.
HB14 Smith, Cody CCS SCS HCS HB 14 4/17/2019 Delivered to Secretary of State (G)
 0014H.05T - To appropriate money for supplemental purposes for the several departments and offices of state government.
HB17 Smith, Cody HCS HB 17 6/10/2019 Delivered to Secretary of State (G)
 0017H.02T - To appropriate money for capital improvement and other purposes for the several departments of state government and the divisions and programs thereof to be expended only as provided in Article IV, Section 28 of the Constitution of Missouri, from the funds herein designated for the period beginning July 1, 2019, and ending June 30, 2020.
HB18 Smith, Cody HCS HB 18 6/10/2019 Delivered to Secretary of State (G)
 0018H.02T - To appropriate money for purposes for the several departments and offices of state government; for projects involving the maintenance, repair, replacement, and improvement of state buildings and facilities.
HB19 Smith, Cody HCS HB 19 6/10/2019 Delivered to Secretary of State (G)
 0019H.02T - To appropriate money for purposes for the several departments and offices of state government; for planning and capital improvements including but not limited to major additions and renovations, new structures, and land improvements or acquisitions; to be expended only as provided in Article IV, Section 28 of the Constitution of Missouri, from the funds herein designated for the fiscal period beginning July 1, 2019 and ending June 30, 2020.
HB26 Stacy, Dan HCS HBs 26 & 922 5/8/2019 Dropped from Calendar - Pursuant to House Rules (H)
 0330H.07P - Changes the law regarding primary elections.
HB27 Stacy, Dan HB 27 1/23/2019 Referred: Elections and Elected Officials
 0344H.02I - Requires all state and federal offices to use an instant runoff voting method.
HB28 Stacy, Dan HB 28 4/24/2019 Public Hearing Completed (H)
 0345H.02I - Requires all local elections to use an instant runoff voting method.
HB29 Stacy, Dan HB 29 4/25/2019 Referred: Rules - Legislative Oversight
 0334H.01I - Modifies provisions relating to absentee voting.
HB30 Stacy, Dan HB 30 5/17/2019 Referred: Elections and Elected Officials
 0343H.01I - Modifies provisions regarding transportation development district elections.
HB31 Stacy, Dan HB 31 5/17/2019 Referred: Downsizing State Government
 0554H.01I - Changes the laws regarding tax increment financing.
HB32 Stacy, Dan HB 32 5/17/2019 Referred: Downsizing State Government
 0368H.01I - Changes the laws regarding tax increment financing.
HB33 Stacy, Dan HB 33 3/5/2019 Public Hearing Scheduled, Bill not Heard (H)
 0485H.01I - Creates a new funding mechanism for "Bryce's Law."
HB34 Stacy, Dan HB 34 5/17/2019 Referred: Elementary and Secondary Education
 0435H.01I - Establishes the "Missouri Empowerment Scholarship Accounts Program".
HB35 Stacy, Dan HB 35 2/13/2019 Public Hearing Completed (H)
 0566H.01I - Changes the laws regarding the safekeeping of personal information.
HB36 Stacy, Dan HB 36 5/17/2019 Referred: Ways and Means
 0342H.01I - Changes the laws regarding tax credits by placing a sunset clause on every credit.
HB37 Walsh, Sara HCS HB 37 4/30/2019 Reported Do Pass (H)
 0517H.03C - Extends the expiration date to collect surcharges that are deposited into the "DNA Profiling Analysis Fund."
HB38 Lavender, Deb HB 38 5/17/2019 Referred: Health and Mental Health Policy
 0573H.01I - Expands MO HealthNet services to certain individuals.
HB39 Lavender, Deb HB 39 5/17/2019 Referred: Health and Mental Health Policy
 0182H.02I - Expands MO HealthNet services to certain individuals.
HB40 Lavender, Deb HB 40 5/17/2019 Referred: General Laws
 0559H.01I - Modifies orders of protection by adding provisions that allow the confiscation of firearms from individuals a court deems to be a danger to themselves or others.
HB41 Lavender, Deb HB 41 5/17/2019 Referred: Ways and Means
 0161H.01I - Requires certain out-of-state sellers to remit sales tax.
HB42 Burnett, Ingrid HCS HB 42 4/11/2019 Reported Do Pass (H)
 0049H.04C - Modifies provisions relating to a child's right to counsel.
HB43 Burnett, Ingrid HB 43 4/18/2019 Referred: Judiciary
 0041H.01I - Increases the penalties for the offense of animal abuse.
HB44 Burnett, Ingrid HB 44 5/17/2019 Referred: Conservation and Natural Resources
 0042H.01I - Increases the penalties for the offense of animal abuse and establishes an animal abuse registry.
HB45 Burnett, Ingrid HB 45 5/17/2019 Referred: Special Committee on Tourism
 0039H.01I - Designates "Missouri's Great Flood of '93 - Revisiting an Epic Natural Disaster" by Kenneth L. Kieser as the official state work chronicling the 1993 Flood.
HB46 Burnett, Ingrid HB 46 5/17/2019 Referred: Higher Education
 0043H.01I - Modifies provisions relating to higher education tuition.
HB47 Brown, Richard HB 47 1/31/2019 Referred: Agriculture Policy
 0184H.01I - Establishes the "Missouri Food Waste Law."
HB48 Bangert, Gretchen HB 48 5/17/2019 Referred: Crime Prevention and Public Safety
 0064H.01I - Establishes a presumption that an emergency worker diagnosed with post-traumatic stress disorder incurred the disorder in the course of employment as an emergency worker.
HB49 Bangert, Gretchen HB 49 5/17/2019 Referred: Transportation
 0059H.01I - Requires driver’s license examiners to demonstrate to applicants what he or she is likely to experience during a traffic stop and requires driver's education providers to include curriculum on traffic stops.
HB50 Bangert, Gretchen HB 50 5/17/2019 Referred: Transportation
 0058H.01I - Prohibits anyone from using a hand-held electronic wireless communication device while driving a non-commercial motor vehicle unless the device is equipped for hands-free operation and is being used in that manner.
HB51 Bangert, Gretchen HB 51 2/5/2019 Withdrawn (H)
 0057H.01I - Authorizes a tax deduction for teachers who receive income as student loan forgiveness.
HB52 Bangert, Gretchen HB 52 4/18/2019 Referred: Transportation
 0060H.01I - Changes the due date for certain trailer license plate renewals from December to May.
HB53 Bangert, Gretchen HB 53 4/18/2019 Referred: Downsizing State Government
 0036H.01I - Requires the Governor to maintain and regularly update a list of each state board, commission, committee, or council that contains members appointed by the Governor.
HB54 Bangert, Gretchen HB 54 4/30/2019 Public Hearing Completed (H)
 0032H.01I - Requires school districts to provide instruction in cursive writing.
HB55 Bangert, Gretchen HB 55 5/17/2019 Referred: Ways and Means
 0078H.01I - Authorizes a tax credit for certain employers who offer child care to employees.
HB56 Bangert, Gretchen HB 56 5/17/2019 Referred: General Laws
 0062H.01I - Modifies provisions relating to the transport and storage of firearms in motor vehicles.
HB57 Bangert, Gretchen HB 57 4/18/2019 Referred: Ways and Means
 0080H.01I - Authorizes a tax credit for providing child care in a child-care desert.
HB58 Bangert, Gretchen HB 58 5/17/2019 Referred: Children and Families
 0037H.01I - Establishes the "Missouri Parent/Teacher Involvement Act."
HB59 Bangert, Gretchen HB 59 2/7/2019 Referred: Judiciary
 0073H.01I - Provides immunity from civil liability for persons who render assistance to animals trapped in motor vehicles.
HB60 Unsicker, Sarah HB 60 4/10/2019 Referred: Children and Families
 0072H.01I - Prohibits the sale of baby crib bumper pads.
HB61 Unsicker, Sarah HB 61 5/17/2019 Referred: Special Committee on Small Business
 0050H.01I - Repeals a provision relating to waivers by blind employees.
HB62 Unsicker, Sarah HB 62 5/17/2019 Referred: Special Committee on Student Accountability
 0074H.01I - Changes the laws regarding school reporting requirements to law enforcement.
HB63 Unsicker, Sarah HB 63 5/17/2019 Referred: Ways and Means
 0047H.01I - Changes the laws regarding real property to require the filing of a certificate of value before transferring interest in real property.
HB64 Unsicker, Sarah HB 64 5/17/2019 Referred: Judiciary
 0028H.02I - Abolishes the death penalty and specifies that any person sentenced to death before August 28, 2019, must be sentenced to life imprisonment without parole.
HB65 Pike, Patricia HB 65 4/18/2019 Second read and referred: General Laws
 0638H.01P - Modifies a definition relating to alcohol.
HB66 Pike, Patricia HCS HB 66 3/5/2019 Action Postponed (H)
 0542H.02C - Relating to professional regstration.
HB67 Plocher, Dean SCS HCS HB 67 5/9/2019 Reported Do Pass (S)
 0219S.04C - Modifies provisions relating to municipal courts.
HB68 Dinkins, Chris HB 68 5/17/2019 Referred: Transportation
 0274H.02I - Prohibits the use of a hand-held wireless communications device within a school zone.
HB69 Dinkins, Chris HB 69 5/17/2019 Referred: Pensions
 0275H.01I - Modifies provisions relating to school teacher and employee retirement allowances.
HB70 Dinkins, Chris HB 70 4/8/2019 Public Hearing Held (S)
 0286H.01P - Prohibits two-way telecommunications devices and their component parts in correctional centers and jails.
HB71 Tate, Nate HB 71 4/18/2019 Referred: Professional Registration and Licensing
 0646H.01I - Modifies the definition of tattoo.
HB72 Tate, Nate HB 72 3/7/2019 Second read and referred: Health and Pensions
 0623H.01P - Designates the second Wednesday in May as "Celiac Awareness Day."
HB73 Tate, Nate HB 73 1/17/2019 Referred: Special Committee on Tourism
 0622H.01I - Designates the first Friday in May each year as "Law Enforcement Appreciation Day."
HB74 Tate, Nate HB 74 5/17/2019 Referred: Transportation
 0499H.01I - Prohibits the use of hand-held electronic wireless communications devices while driving non-commercial and commercial motor vehicles; but allows the use of such devices when used hands-free by operators of non-commercial motor vehicles who are fully licensed and eighteen years of age or older.
HB75 Tate, Nate HB 75 1/16/2019 Referred: Financial Institutions
 0406H.01I - Authorizes a parent or guardian of a minor to request a security freeze on the minor's credit report.
HB76 Tate, Nate HB 76 4/18/2019 Referred: Judiciary
 0367H.01I - Provides that it is unlawful to distribute, deliver, or sell a drug masking product.
HB77 Black, Rusty HB 77 4/16/2019 Delivered to Secretary of State (G)
 0431H.01T - Modifies provisions relating to teacher and school employee retirement systems.
HB78 Black, Rusty HB 78 4/16/2019 Public Hearing Held (S)
 0543H.01P - Designates July 7th of each year ad "Missouri Sliced Bread Day."
HB79 Smith, Cody HB 79 5/17/2019 Referred: Elections and Elected Officials
 0354H.01I - Modifies sunset dates for certain fees collected by the secretary of state.
HB80 Hill, Justin HCS HB 80 4/4/2019 Second read and referred: Judiciary and Civil and Criminal Jurisprudence
 0424H.02P - Changes the law regarding private probation supervision services by prohibiting drug and alcohol screen tests unrelated to the offense and requiring the use of earned compliance credits.
HB81 Hill, Justin HCS HB 81 5/15/2019 Motion to Do Pass Failed (H)
 0035H.02C - Requires certain municipal police departments in St. Louis County to consolidate with another municipal police department or the St. Louis County Police Department.
HB82 Hill, Justin HB 82 3/6/2019 Public Hearing Completed (H)
 0067H.01I - Specifies that lawful owners of firearms may transport or store the firearms in locked, privately-owned motor vehicles.
HB83 Hill, Justin HB 83 5/8/2019 Reported Do Pass (S)
 0109H.01P - Changes the law relating to health insurance policies sold in the state of Missouri.
HB84 Beck, Doug HB 84 5/17/2019 Referred: Downsizing State Government
 0600H.01I - Changes the laws regarding tax increment financing districts.
HB85 Beck, Doug HB 85 5/17/2019 Referred: General Laws
 0591H.01I - Creates preference for bidders who are residents of Missouri when bidding on projects for the state, its agencies, and political subdivisions.
HB86 Beck, Doug HB 86 5/17/2019 Referred: Ways and Means
 0645H.01I - Authorizes a tax credit for the establishment of a grocery store in a food desert.
HB87 Beck, Doug HB 87 5/17/2019 Referred: General Laws
 0599H.01I - Modifies the offenses of unlawful transfer of weapons and unlawful possession of a firearm.
HB88 Beck, Doug HB 88 5/17/2019 Referred: Special Committee on Small Business
 0603H.01I - Modifies provisions of law relating to project labor agreements.
HB89 Green, Alan HB 89 5/17/2019 Referred: Judiciary
 0210H.01I - Creates a tort cause of action for injuries that result from harassment in the workplace.
HB90 Green, Alan HB 90 5/17/2019 Referred: Crime Prevention and Public Safety
 0195H.01I - Requires the department of public safety to commission a study on gun violence in the state of Missouri.
HB91 Green, Alan HB 91 5/17/2019 Referred: Workforce Development
 0204H.01I - Establishes the "Missouri Prompt Pay Act" relating to payment dates for contractors and subcontractors.
HB92 Green, Alan HCS HB 92 4/10/2019 Referred: Rules - Legislative Oversight
 0211H.02C - Establishes the "First-Time Business Owner Savings Account" and authorizes a tax deduction for contributions to a savings account dedicated to starting a new business.
HB93 Green, Alan HB 93 3/25/2019 Public Hearing Completed (H)
 0206H.01I - Establishes the "Missouri Minority Business Enterprise Loan Program."
HB94 Green, Alan HB 94 5/17/2019 Referred: Downsizing State Government
 0207H.01I - Changes the laws regarding tax increment financing districts.
HB95 Green, Alan HB 95 4/18/2019 Referred: Special Committee on Tourism
 0238H.01I - Establishes the "Missouri Juneteenth Heritage and Jazz Festival and Memorial Fund."
HB96 Green, Alan HB 96 3/14/2019 Referred: Rules - Legislative Oversight
 0205H.01I - Establishes the "Missouri Office of Equal Opportunity" in statute.
HB97 Green, Alan HB 97 5/17/2019 Referred: General Laws
 0201H.01I - Prohibits the sale of an assault weapon to a person under the age of 21.
HB98 Green, Alan HB 98 5/17/2019 Referred: Utilities
 0194H.01I - Requires gas corporations to repair pipelines and equipment necessary for a customer to benefit from the service even if the customer is not up to date with payments.
HB99 Green, Alan HB 99 5/17/2019 Referred: Special Committee on Small Business
 0208H.01I - Requires the Office of Administration to commission a study on socially and economically disadvantaged businesses every five years.
HB100 Green, Alan HB 100 5/17/2019 Referred: Workforce Development
 0197H.01I - Changes the laws regarding purchases to be made on competitive bids.
HB101 Green, Alan HB 101 4/23/2019 Public Hearing Scheduled, Bill not Heard (H)
 0198H.01I - Modifies provisions of law relating to the REAL ID Act of 2005.
HB102 Green, Alan HB 102 5/17/2019 Referred: Special Committee on Small Business
 0209H.01I - Establishes programs in the Department of Economic Development to assist minority business enterprises.
HB103 Green, Alan HB 103 5/17/2019 Referred: Judiciary
 0216H.01I - Requires the Commissioner of Administration to procure a blanket bond or crime insurance policy to protect the state against loss from the acts or omissions of any state-compensated person within the judiciary.
HB104 Green, Alan HB 104 5/17/2019 Referred: General Laws
 0213H.01I - Establishes the "Bonding Review Board" to determine whether sufficient financial assets exist to back individual sureties and to rate providers of individual sureties.
HB105 Justus, Jeffery HCS#2 HB 105 4/30/2019 Placed on the Informal Perfection Calendar (H)
 0168H.04C - Establishes the "Private College Campus Protection Act" which allows private institutions of higher education to appoint persons to be members of a campus police department.
HB106 Smith, Cody HCS HB 106 5/1/2019 Voted Do Pass (S)
 0639H.02P - Modifies provisions relating to immunity of real estate licensees.
HB107 Sommer, Chrissy HCS HB 107 4/4/2019 Second read and referred: Agriculture, Food Production and Outdoor Resources
 0262H.02P - Modifies provisions relating to service dogs.
HB108 Sommer, Chrissy HB 108 4/17/2019 Voted Do Pass (S)
 0259H.01P - Designates May as "Mental Health Awareness Month" and July as "Minority Mental Health Awareness Month in Missouri."
HB109 Sommer, Chrissy HB 109 5/17/2019 Referred: Transportation
 0273H.01I - Changes the due date for registering motor vehicles, and changes penalties for failing to meet such requirements.
HB110 Sommer, Chrissy HB 110 1/16/2019 Referred: Veterans
 0272H.01I - Establishes a green alert system for missing or endangered veterans.
HB111 Sommer, Chrissy HB 111 5/2/2019 Voted Do Pass (H)
 0266H.01I - Changes the law regarding animal abuse.
HB112 Sommer, Chrissy HB 112 5/7/2019 Public Hearing Held (S)
 0258H.01P - Modifies provisions relating to services and programs for gifted children.
HB113 Smith, Cody SS#3 SCS HB 113 5/17/2019 Reported Do Pass (H)
 0728S.13F - Allows the court to depart from minimum sentencing provisions in certain circumstances.
HB114 Pietzman, Randy HB 114 5/6/2019 SCS Voted Do Pass (S)
 0138H.01P - Requires certain sexual offenders to be electronically monitored while relocating to a different county or city not within a county.
HB115 Remole, Tim HB 115 4/30/2019 Reported Do Pass (H)
 0232H.01I - Specifies that board members of a nonprofit organization are exempt from workers' compensation requirements.
HB116 Runions, Joe HB 116 5/17/2019 Referred: Elections and Elected Officials
 0558H.01I - Authorizes planning commissions the option of appointing a chair instead of electing a chair.
HB117 Shull, Noel J HB 117 4/8/2019 Public Hearing Completed (H)
 0048H.01I - Changes the tax rate for promotional play gross receipts received from gambling games.
HB118 Shull, Noel J HB 118 5/17/2019 Referred: Judiciary
 0033H.03I - Creates provisions establishing venue for insurance companies and insurance-based actions.
HB119 Smith, Cody HCS HB 119 4/24/2019 Voted Do Pass (H)
 0592H.04C - Establishes provisions relating to sports wagering.
HB120 DeGroot, Bruce HB 120 5/17/2019 Referred: Judiciary
 0557H.01I - Modifies provisions relating to civil procedure.
HB121 DeGroot, Bruce HB 121 3/12/2019 Public Hearing Completed (H)
 0596H.01I - Modifies provisions relating to the collateral source rule.
HB122 DeGroot, Bruce HB 122 2/20/2019 Referred: Judiciary
 0586H.01I - Modifies provisions relating to bail bond agents.
HB123 DeGroot, Bruce HB 123 5/17/2019 Referred: Judiciary
 0245H.01I - Modifies provisions relating to permanent total disability benefits.
HB124 DeGroot, Bruce HB 124 5/6/2019 Public Hearing Held (S)
 0597H.01P - Allows the circuit court in St. Louis City to collect a fee not to exceed twenty dollars, rather than fifteen, to go toward the law library.
HB125 DeGroot, Bruce HB 125 5/17/2019 Referred: Judiciary
 0594H.01I - Modifies provisions relating to damages in wrongful death actions.
HB126 Schroer, Nick SS SCS HB 126 5/24/2019 Delivered to Secretary of State (G)
 0461S.18T - To establish the "Missouri Stands for the Unborn Act" that places new limits on abortion.
HB127 Miller, Rocky HB 127 2/14/2019 Reported Do Pass (H)
 0510H.01I - Changes the laws regarding the parental notification required for a minor to obtain an abortion.
HB128 Carter, Chris HB 128 5/17/2019 Referred: Crime Prevention and Public Safety
 0652H.01I - Increases the number of hours of continuing education requirements needed for peace officer certification by the POST commission.
HB129 Carter, Chris HB 129 5/17/2019 Referred: Elementary and Secondary Education
 0643H.01I - Establishes the "Missouri Parent/Teacher Involvement Act."
HB130 Carter, Chris HB 130 5/17/2019 Referred: Elementary and Secondary Education
 0628H.01I - Requires the state board of education to terminate the transitional school district under certain circumstances.
HB131 Carter, Chris HB 131 5/17/2019 Referred: Higher Education
 0624H.01I - Requires student organizations at public institutions of higher education to appoint one or more members to serve as mandated reporters for purposes of reporting campus domestic violence and sexual assault.
HB132 Carter, Chris HB 132 3/26/2019 Action Postponed (H)
 0631H.01I - Requires certain public schools to offer breakfast after the bell.
HB133 Carter, Chris HB 133 5/17/2019 Referred: Higher Education
 0651H.01I - Modifies the "Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics Fund."
HB134 Carter, Chris HB 134 5/17/2019 Referred: Elementary and Secondary Education
 0632H.01I - Establishes the "Education and Job Training Television Broadcasting District Act," which allows St. Louis City and County to levy, upon voter approval, a property tax dedicated to educational television programming.
HB135 Carter, Chris HB 135 5/17/2019 Referred: Elementary and Secondary Education
 0650H.01I - Authorizes a tax credit for contributions to certain public school foundations.
HB136 Carter, Chris HB 136 5/17/2019 Referred: Elementary and Secondary Education
 0657H.01I - Requires districts with a sufficient number of children determined to be gifted to establish special programs for the gifted children.
HB137 Kidd, Bill HB 137 5/17/2019 Referred: Elementary and Secondary Education
 0233H.01I - Specifies that a school board may vote to remove its operating levy from a certain definition related to tax increment financing for redevelopment projects.
HB138 Kidd, Bill SS HB 138 7/11/2019 Delivered to Secretary of State (G)
 0082S.02T - Establishes "Simon's Law," which changes the laws regarding life-sustaining or nonbeneficial treatment policies of health care facilities.
HB139 Ellington, Brandon HB 139 5/17/2019 Referred: Children and Families
 0487H.01I - Increases the time after a child's birth that the father has to file an action to establish paternity prior to an adoption or to file a notice with the Putative Father Registry.
HB140 Ellington, Brandon HB 140 5/17/2019 Referred: Agriculture Policy
 0477H.01I - Requires all food and food products sold in Missouri that are or contain genetically modified products to be labeled as such.
HB141 Ellington, Brandon HB 141 5/17/2019 Referred: Special Committee on Tourism
 0452H.01I - Designates May 19 as “Malcolm X Observation Day” in Missouri.
HB142 Ellington, Brandon HB 142 5/17/2019 Referred: Special Committee on Tourism
 0455H.01I - Establishes the "Malcolm X Day Commission" to organize activities and events in honor of the civil rights leader.
HB143 Ellington, Brandon HB 143 5/17/2019 Referred: Special Committee on Tourism
 0454H.01I - Designates May 19 of each year as "El-Hajj Malik El-Shabazz Observation Day" in Missouri.
HB144 Ellington, Brandon HB 144 5/17/2019 Referred: Utilities
 0459H.01I - Establishes the "Customer Utility Protection Act.'
HB145 Ellington, Brandon HB 145 5/17/2019 Referred: Workforce Development
 0457H.01I - Prohibits employers from discriminating in providing compensation based on gender for the same work.
HB146 Ellington, Brandon HB 146 5/17/2019 Referred: Elementary and Secondary Education
 0472H.01I - Allows school districts to create magnet schools and changes provisions regarding the powers of superintendents.
HB147 Ellington, Brandon HB 147 5/17/2019 Referred: Higher Education
 0482H.01I - Repeals provisions that prohibit students who are unlawfully present in the United States from receiving postsecondary education public benefits.
HB148 Ellington, Brandon HB 148 5/17/2019 Referred: Workforce Development
 0460H.01I - Establishes the "Economic Development Grant Program" whose funds are used to reopen closed manufacturing facilities.
HB149 Ellington, Brandon HB 149 5/17/2019 Referred: Transportation
 0465H.01I - Requires the Department of Revenue to include in the Missouri Driver Guide educational material on vehicular stops and searches by law enforcement.
HB150 Ellington, Brandon HB 150 5/17/2019 Referred: Special Committee on Criminal Justice
 0462H.01I - Establishes law enforcement procedures relating to racial profiling, searches and seizures, and traffic stops.
HB151 Ellington, Brandon HB 151 5/17/2019 Referred: Crime Prevention and Public Safety
 0468H.01I - Allows a victim or witness of a crime to be granted an automatic full order of protection if such victim or witness is fearful of his or her safety.
HB152 Ellington, Brandon HB 152 5/17/2019 Referred: Special Committee on Criminal Justice
 0466H.01I - Modifies when a person may be eligible for parole if such person was under 21 years of age when the offense was committed and was sentenced after January 1, 1976.
HB153 Ellington, Brandon HB 153 5/17/2019 Referred: Corrections and Public Institutions
 0469H.01I - Requires the Department of Corrections to perform specified actions to improve the ability of working inmates to obtain employment upon release from incarceration.
HB154 Ellington, Brandon HB 154 5/17/2019 Referred: Special Committee on Criminal Justice
 0463H.01I - Establishes the "Missouri Innocence Commission."
HB155 Ellington, Brandon HB 155 5/17/2019 Referred: Crime Prevention and Public Safety
 0483H.01I - Establishes the "Make America Great Again Act" and repeals provisions that prohibit persons who are unlawfully present in the United States from receiving certain benefits.
HB156 Ellington, Brandon HB 156 5/17/2019 Referred: Transportation
 0536H.01I - Requires same-day service for driver's license issuance and renewal.
HB157 Ellington, Brandon HB 157 5/17/2019 Referred: Crime Prevention and Public Safety
 0464H.01I - Establishes provisions regarding the limited legalization of marijuana.
HB158 Ellington, Brandon HB 158 5/17/2019 Referred: Transportation
 0537H.01I - Gives owners of non-commercial motor vehicles the option of permanent registration.
HB159 Love, Warren HB 159 4/18/2019 Second read and referred: Transportation, Infrastructure and Public Safety
 0251H.01P - Modifies provisions relating to outdoor advertising.
HB160 Knight, Jeff SCS HCS HB 160 5/17/2019 Placed on Informal Calendar
 0304S.03C - Allows the Public Service Commission to authorize a low income rate for water and sewer service.
HB161 Knight, Jeff SCS HCS HBs 161 & 401 4/30/2019 SCS Reported Do Pass (S)
 0467S.03C - Prohibits local school districts from setting an opening date for the school term that is more than 14 calendar days prior to the first Monday in September.
HB162 Brown, Richard HB 162 5/17/2019 Referred: General Laws
 0534H.01I - Creates the offense of knowingly possessing, manufacturing, transporting, repairing, or selling a bump stock or trigger crank.
HB163 Brown, Richard HB 163 5/17/2019 Referred: General Laws
 0538H.01I - Modifies the offense of unlawful possession of a firearm.
HB164 Ellington, Brandon HB 164 5/17/2019 Referred: Special Committee on Small Business
 0451H.01I - Allows certain small businesses to be eligible to claim any state tax incentive that certain corporations may claim.
HB165 Ellington, Brandon HB 165 5/17/2019 Referred: Special Committee on Student Accountability
 0471H.01I - Specifies that students shall take a world history course in order to graduate from high school.
HB166 McCreery, Tracy HB 166 4/16/2019 HCS Reported Do Pass (H)
 0250H.01I - Changes the laws regarding unlawful actions by persons knowingly infected with communicable diseases.
HB167 Rehder, Holly HCS HBs 167 & 166 5/6/2019 Placed on the Informal Third Reading Calendar (H)
 0107H.03P - Modifies provisions regarding unlawful actions by persons knowingly infected with communicable diseases.
HB168 Rehder, Holly HCS HB 168 4/9/2019 Second read and referred: Health and Pensions
 0106H.03P - Exempts health care entities registered with the Department of Health and Senior Services that distribute hypodermic needles or syringes from the crime of unlawful delivery of drug paraphernalia.
HB169 Gannon, Elaine SCS HCS HB 169 5/17/2019 Placed on Informal Calendar
 0196S.03C - Requires public schools to teach students appropriate online behavior.
HB170 Gannon, Elaine HB 170 3/26/2019 Motion to Do Pass Failed (H)
 0356H.01I - Creates provisions relating to the registering of roofing contractors.
HB171 Washington, Barbara HB 171 5/9/2019 Reported Do Pass (H)
 0423H.01I - Designates July as "Minority Mental Health Awareness Month."
HB172 Washington, Barbara HB 172 5/9/2019 Reported Do Pass (H)
 0425H.01I - Designates the third week of September as "Historically Black College and University Week" in Missouri.
HB173 Washington, Barbara HB 173 5/17/2019 Referred: General Laws
 0444H.01I - Adds public libraries to the list of places CCW permit holders are not authorized to carry concealed weapons.
HB174 Washington, Barbara HB 174 5/17/2019 Referred: Judiciary
 0434H.01I - Changes the laws regarding landlord-tenant actions.
HB175 Washington, Barbara HB 175 5/17/2019 Referred: Judiciary
 0433H.01I - Adds and changes penalties for offenses committed by landlords against tenants.
HB176 Washington, Barbara HB 176 5/17/2019 Referred: Special Committee on Aging
 0426H.01I - Modifies provisions regarding property tax relief for senior citizens.
HB177 Washington, Barbara HB 177 4/24/2019 Public Hearing Completed (H)
 0574H.01I - Requires long-term care facilities to have on staff one person trained in suicide assessment, treatment, and management.
HB178 Washington, Barbara HB 178 5/17/2019 Referred: Ways and Means
 0427H.01I - Creates a new tax credit for first time purchasers of homes in a blighted area that will be used for owner occupancy.
HB179 Ellebracht, Mark HB 179 5/17/2019 Referred: Transportation
 0134H.01I - Requires the placement of Automated External Defibrillators and staff trained in the operation of such devices on passenger trains, cabooses, locomotive units capable of independent operation, and motorized on-track work.
HB180 Ellebracht, Mark HB 180 5/17/2019 Referred: Local Government
 0112H.01I - Authorizes any fire protection district in Clay County to impose, upon voter approval, a sales tax dedicated to the fire protection district.
HB181 Carter, Chris HB 181 5/17/2019 Referred: Elementary and Secondary Education
 0636H.01I - Modifies provisions relating to the "Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics Initiative."
HB182 Shull, Noel J HB 182 6/6/2019 Delivered to Secretary of State (G)
 0126H.01T - Modifies provisions related to interest rates on insurance payments.
HB183 Trent, Curtis HCS HB 183 5/14/2019 Dropped from Calendar - Pursuant to House Rules (H)
 0315H.03C - Modifies provisions relating to public assistance benefits.
HB184 Trent, Curtis HB 184 12/20/2018 Withdrawn (H)
 0324H.01I - Modifies provisions relating to judgment interest rates.
HB185 Trent, Curtis HCS HB 185 5/9/2019 Hearing Cancelled (S)
 0327H.02P - Changes the laws regarding the Amber Alert System and establishes "Hailey's Law."
HB186 Trent, Curtis SCS HB 186 5/9/2019 Reported Do Pass (S)
 0323S.03C - Provides that a person who is injured by a product has 15 years after the sale or lease of the product to bring a suit for damages.
HB187 Merideth, Peter HB 187 5/17/2019 Referred: Health and Mental Health Policy
 0288H.01I - Establishes the "Missouri Care Plan" which allows any person who is not otherwise eligible for MO HealthNet to purchase coverage through MO HealthNet.
HB188 Rehder, Holly HB 188 4/23/2019 Placed on Informal Calendar
 0666H.03P - Establishes the "Narcotics Control Act."
HB189 Toalson Reisch, Cheri HCS#2 HB 189 4/30/2019 Placed on the Informal Perfection Calendar (H)
 0180H.03C - Modifies provisions relating to activities extended to persons found guilty of certain criminal offenses.
HB190 Kolkmeyer, Glen HB 190 5/8/2019 Voted Do Pass (H)
 0220H.01I - Modifies the provision regulating capitol parking garages.
HB191 Kolkmeyer, Glen SCS HBs 191 & 873 5/8/2019 SCS Reported Do Pass (S)
 0150S.02C - Designates portions of specified State Highways as a Memorial Highway.
HB192 DeGroot, Bruce SS SCS HCS HB 192 7/9/2019 Delivered to Secretary of State (G)
 0761S.08T - Modifies provisions relating to the payment fines by offenders.
HB193 Neely, Jim HB 193 5/17/2019 Referred: Children and Families
 0331H.01I - Specifies that a parent's obligation to pay child support terminates when the child turns 18 or graduates from high school with certain exceptions.
HB194 Neely, Jim HCS HB 194 4/25/2019 Reported Do Pass (H)
 0333H.04C - Modifies provisions relating to maintenance orders.
HB195 Neely, Jim HB 195 4/18/2019 Motion to Do Pass Failed (H)
 0335H.01I - Allows a court to reduce a life without parole sentence to a sentence of life with eligibility for parole in certain circumstances.
HB196 Kendrick, Kip HB 196 5/17/2019 Referred: General Laws
 0484H.01I - Modifies provisions relating to campaign finance.
HB197 Kendrick, Kip HB 197 5/17/2019 Referred: Higher Education
 0478H.01I - Grants authority to the Missouri Higher Education Loan Authority to issue loans to refinance certain public or private student loans, education grants, and certain bonds, notes, or other obligations.
HB198 Kendrick, Kip HB 198 4/18/2019 Referred: Higher Education
 0480H.01I - Establishes a work-study program within the Department of Higher Education.
HB199 Kendrick, Kip HB 199 5/17/2019 Referred: Higher Education
 0479H.01I - Establishes the "Student Loan Bill of Rights."
HB200 Kendrick, Kip HB 200 5/17/2019 Referred: Higher Education
 0474H.01I - Establishes the "Missouri Secure Choice Savings Program Act."
HB201 Kendrick, Kip HB 201 5/17/2019 Referred: Pensions
 0476H.01I - Requires public retirement plans to provide financial information to participants and modifies the criteria for when a public plan is deemed delinquent.
HB202 Shull, Noel J HB 202 4/18/2019 Referred: Rules - Legislative Oversight
 0612H.01I - Allows individuals age 60 and over to vote absentee without providing a reason.
HB203 Toalson Reisch, Cheri HB 203 5/17/2019 Referred: Children and Families
 0822H.01I - Specifies that parental liberty to direct the upbringing, education, and care of his or her children is a fundamental right.
HB204 Anderson, Sonya HB 204 3/26/2019 Second read and referred: Agriculture, Food Production and Outdoor Resources
 0355H.01P - Modifies provisions relating to the confiscation of animals.
HB205 Kelley, Ann HB 205 5/17/2019 Referred: Special Committee on Aging
 0721H.01I - Requires insurance companies to cover hearing aids.
HB206 Murphy, Jim HB 206 1/15/2019 HCS Reported Do Pass (H)
 0653H.01I - Designates the "Cloria Brown Memorial Highway" in St. Louis County.
HB207 Kelley, Ann HCS HB 207 5/16/2019 Reported Do Pass (S)
 0370H.04P - Allows Missouri driver's license applicants to elect to have a medical alert notation placed on the person's driver's license or nondriver's identification card.
HB208 Razer, Greg HB 208 5/8/2019 Public Hearing Completed (H)
 0337H.01I - Modifies provisions relating to complaints filed with the Missouri Commission on Human Rights regarding discrimination based upon a person's sexual orientation or gender identity.
HB209 Razer, Greg HB 209 5/17/2019 Referred: Elections and Elected Officials
 0818H.01I - Modifies provisions regarding absentee voting.
HB210 Razer, Greg HB 210 5/17/2019 Referred: General Laws
 0325H.01I - Requires that all sales or transfers of firearms be processed through a licensed firearms dealer.
HB211 Razer, Greg HB 211 5/17/2019 Referred: Transportation
 0332H.01I - Prohibits the use of hand-held electronic wireless communications devices while driving non-commercial and commercial motor vehicles; but allows the use of such devices when used hands-free by operators of non-commercial motor vehicles who are fully licensed and 18 years of age or older.
HB212 Razer, Greg HB 212 5/7/2019 Public Hearing Completed (H)
 0677H.01I - Modifies provisions relating to athlete agents.
HB213 Trent, Curtis HB 213 2/14/2019 Public Hearing Completed (H)
 0437H.01I - Requires the Highways and Transportation Commission to consider the complete life-cycle costs of work in determining the lowest bid amount submitted for a contract.
HB214 Trent, Curtis HB 214 5/16/2019 Placed on Informal Calendar
 0807H.01P - Changes the laws regarding purchases to be made on competitive bids.
HB215 DeGroot, Bruce HCS HB 215 5/13/2019 Second read and referred: Commerce, Consumer Protection, Energy and the Environment
 0821H.03P - Modifies provisions for the "Property Assessment Clean Energy Act."
HB216 DeGroot, Bruce HB 216 5/17/2019 Referred: Judiciary
 0114H.02I - Modifies provisions relating to actions for damages due to exposure to asbestos.
HB217 Hill, Justin HB 217 5/10/2019 Dropped from Calendar - Pursuant to House Rules (H)
 0611H.01I - Modifies the duration of unemployment compensation, modifies the method to pay federal advances, and raises the fund trigger causing contribution rate reductions.
HB218 Hill, Justin HB 218 5/17/2019 Referred: Transportation
 0069H.01I - Establishes the "Driving Automation Systems Uniformity Act."
HB219 Wood, David SS#2 HB 219 5/15/2019 Referred: Fiscal Review
 0912S.10F - Changes the sunset on the "Ticket to Work Health Assurance Program."
HB220 Andrews, Allen SS SCS HCS HB 220 7/10/2019 Delivered to Secretary of State (G)
 0313S.09T - Modifies provisions relating to the taxation of property involved in producing wind energy.
HB221 Kelley, Ann HB 221 2/20/2019 Public Hearing Completed (H)
 0364H.01I - Modifies provisions relating to the "A+ Schools Program."
HB222 Kelley, Ann HB 222 5/17/2019 Referred: Special Committee on Aging
 0577H.01I - Establishes a statewide hearing aid distribution program.
HB223 Hansen, Jim HB 223 5/17/2019 Referred: Transportation
 0349H.01I - Prohibits text messaging while driving for all drivers.
HB224 Ellebracht, Mark HB 224 5/17/2019 Referred: Judiciary
 0248H.01I - Provides that a person may be charged with promoting a suicide attempt or voluntary manslaughter if such person is convicted of abusing certain persons and such conduct significantly contributed to the suicide or suicide attempt.
HB225 Swan, Kathryn SCS HCS HB 225 4/30/2019 Placed on Informal Calendar
 0820S.03C - Creates the "Fast-Track Workforce Incentive Grant."
HB226 Swan, Kathryn HB 226 3/28/2019 Referred: Health and Mental Health Policy
 0850H.01I - Removes the sunset on advanced practice registered nursing telehealth programs.
HB227 Swan, Kathryn HB 227 2/18/2019 Withdrawn (H)
 0806H.01I - Specifies that all new and existing tax credits shall be approved by the General Assembly as part of the budget process.
HB228 Swan, Kathryn HB 228 5/17/2019 Referred: Judiciary
 0812H.01I - Modifies requirements for written offers in condemnation proceedings.
HB229 Swan, Kathryn SCS HCS HB 229 4/30/2019 SCS Reported Do Pass (S)
 0808S.03C - Establishes a rebuttable presumption that child custody arrangements that award equal parenting time are in the best interest of the child.
HB230 Dinkins, Chris HB 230 5/10/2019 Dropped from Calendar - Pursuant to House Rules (H)
 0920H.01I - Modifies provisions for sunshine requests for records affecting the security of correctional centers.
HB231 Kolkmeyer, Glen HB 231 5/10/2019 Dropped from Calendar - Pursuant to House Rules (H)
 0904H.01I - Modifies provisions of civil procedure regarding joinder and venue.
HB232 Helms, Steve HB 232 2/11/2019 Public Hearing Completed (H)
 0553H.01I - Modifies provisions relating to the "Health Care Cost Reduction and Transparency Act."
HB233 Helms, Steve HB 233 5/17/2019 Referred: Health and Mental Health Policy
 0555H.01I - Establishes a pilot program to allow MO HealthNet participants to receive services through direct primary care arrangements.
HB234 Franks Jr., Bruce HB 234 5/17/2019 Referred: Crime Prevention and Public Safety
 0833H.01I - Establishes the "First Amendment Protection Act."
HB235 Franks Jr., Bruce HB 235 5/17/2019 Referred: General Laws
 0845H.01I - Requires a firearm owner to report lost or stolen firearms.
HB236 Franks Jr., Bruce HB 236 5/17/2019 Referred: Crime Prevention and Public Safety
 0823H.01I - Modifies provisions relating to arrests made by law enforcement officers.
HB237 Franks Jr., Bruce HB 237 5/17/2019 Referred: Children and Families
 0830H.01I - Specifies that no individual shall be incarcerated for failure to pay a child support obligation.
HB238 Schroer, Nick HB 238 5/2/2019 Referred: Rules - Legislative Oversight
 0561H.03I - This bill prevents the state government from sharing medical marijuana user or registry info with the federal government.
HB239 Schroer, Nick HCS HB 239 4/17/2019 SCS Voted Do Pass (S)
 0687H.02P - Changes the laws regarding controlled substance offenses.
HB240 Schroer, Nick SCS HB 240 5/9/2019 Reported Do Pass (S)
 0685S.05C - Establishes the "Joint Committee on Substance Abuse Prevention and Treatment."
HB241 Neely, Jim HB 241 4/18/2019 Reported Do Pass (H)
 0263H.01I - Requires certain training and testing accommodations for Commercial Driver's License applicants who are deaf or hard of hearing.
HB242 Neely, Jim HCS HB 242 4/15/2019 SCS Voted Do Pass (S)
 0567H.02P - Modifies provisions related to coroners and medical examiners.
HB243 Neely, Jim SCS HCS HBs 243 & 544 7/9/2019 Delivered to Secretary of State (G)
 1009S.03T - Allows victims of certain crimes to be released from certain lease agreements if documentation is provided to the landlord.
HB244 Neely, Jim HB 244 5/17/2019 Referred: Special Committee on Aging
 0347H.01I - Establishes a pilot program to transfer the authority to inspect nursing homes from the Department of Health and Senior Services to local health departments.
HB245 Neely, Jim HB 245 4/24/2019 Public Hearing Completed (H)
 0348H.01I - Requires insurance companies to cover fertility preservation procedures for insureds who are at least 18 years old and are diagnosed with cancer but have not started cancer treatment.
HB246 Neely, Jim HB 246 1/29/2019 Public Hearing Completed (H)
 0329H.01I - Creates new provisions relating to conflicts of interest for governing bodies of political subdivisions.
HB247 Neely, Jim HCS HB 247 5/13/2019 Action Postponed (H)
 0350H.02C - Changes the laws regarding managed care under the MO HealthNet program.
HB248 Schroer, Nick HCS HBs 248 & 262 4/30/2019 Reported Do Pass (H)
 0756H.02C - Modifies provisions relating to workers' compensation law.
HB249 Schroer, Nick HB 249 4/29/2019 Public Hearing Completed (H)
 0758H.01I - Proposes mandatory placement of first aid trauma kits in public buildings.
HB250 Schroer, Nick HB 250 5/7/2019 Public Hearing Held (S)
 0679H.01P - Allows wholesalers to employ persons 18 years of age to unload delivery vehicles and transfer liquor into retail premises with supervision.
HB251 Morris, Lynn HB 251 5/6/2019 Referred: Rules - Legislative Oversight
 0882H.01I - Establishes the "Tricia Leann Tharp Act," which requires certain pharmacists to receive two hours of continuing education on suicide prevention.
HB252 Morris, Lynn HB 252 5/17/2019 Referred: Health and Mental Health Policy
 0880H.01I - Modifies provisions relating to the "MO Rx plan."
HB253 Morris, Lynn HB 253 5/17/2019 Referred: Financial Institutions
 0859H.01I - Changes the laws regarding consumer credit interest rates.
HB254 Morris, Lynn HCS HB 254 5/14/2019 Dropped from Calendar - Pursuant to House Rules (H)
 0848H.02C - Modifies provisions relating to maintenance orders.
HB255 Fitzwater, Travis HCS HB 255 5/1/2019 Placed on Informal Calendar
 0955H.02P - Modifies the "Missouri Works Program."
HB256 Wood, David HB 256 5/17/2019 Referred: Transportation
 0907H.01I - Modifies provisions relating to certain donation options when applying for a motor vehicle registration and when applying for a driver's license.
HB257 Stephens, Mike HB 257 5/17/2019 Placed on Informal Calendar
 0782H.01P - Changes the scope of disciplinary procedures of the board of pharmacy.
HB258 Taylor, Jered HB 258 3/6/2019 Public Hearing Completed (H)
 0839H.01I - Modifies provisions relating to the concealed carrying of firearms.
HB259 Taylor, Jered HB 259 5/17/2019 Referred: Workforce Development
 0831H.01I - Establishes the "Freedom to Work Act."
HB260 Taylor, Jered SCS HB 260 7/11/2019 Delivered to Secretary of State (G)
 0841S.02T - Imposes civil penalties for poaching certain animals.
HB261 Taylor, Jered HB 261 5/17/2019 Referred: Workforce Development
 0856H.01I - Modifies provisions relating to second injury fund liabilities and self-insurance regulations.
HB262 Taylor, Jered HB 262 4/24/2019 HCS Reported Do Pass (H)
 0857H.01I - Modifies provisions relating to the Division of Workers' Compensation.
HB263 Taylor, Jered HB 263 2/18/2019 Public Hearing Completed (H)
 0842H.01I - Allows for the slaughter and processing of feral hogs for human consumption at facilities inspected by the USDA or Missouri Department of Agriculture.
HB264 Taylor, Jered HB 264 5/17/2019 Referred: Elementary and Secondary Education
 0832H.01I - Requires administration of a statewide assessment test for five years before any revisions to the test may be made.
HB265 Taylor, Jered HB 265 4/9/2019 Second read and referred: General Laws
 0843H.01P - Requires all nonfood items sold in the state capitol to be made in the USA.
HB266 Muntzel, Dave SCS HCS HB 266 7/11/2019 Delivered to Secretary of State (G)
 0149S.04T - Creates the designation of "MIssouri Historical Theater" and specifies criteria to apply for and achieve such designation.
HB267 Baker, Ben HB 267 5/2/2019 Reported Do Pass (S)
 0740H.01P - Allows school districts to offer elective social studies courses on the Hebrew Scriptures and the New Testament.
HB268 Shaul, Dan HB 268 5/17/2019 Referred: Special Committee on Small Business
 0975H.01I - Prohibits political subdivisions from requiring employers to alter or adjust any employee scheduling unless required by state or federal law.
HB269 Shaul, Dan HCS HB 269 5/1/2019 Voted Do Pass (S)
 0852H.02P - Modifies provisions for candidate filing fees payable to the secretary of state and the secretary of state's subpoena power.
HB270 Shaul, Dan HCS HB 270 4/15/2019 Public Hearing Held (S)
 0866H.02P - Authorizes the Department of Agriculture to assess civil penalties for violations of provisions regarding the sale of eggs.
HB271 Shaul, Dan HB 271 5/14/2019 Dropped from Calendar - Pursuant to House Rules (H)
 0861H.01I - Prohibits political subdivisions from adopting ordinances restricting the use of plastic bags or other disposable containers.
HB272 Shaul, Dan HB 272 4/18/2019 Voted Do Pass (S)
 0860H.01P - Changes the laws regarding the "Small Business Regulatory Fairness Board."
HB273 Shaul, Dan HB 273 4/18/2019 Referred: Special Committee on Criminal Justice
 0862H.01I - Changes the laws regarding the time a person may be detained upon arrest.
HB274 Moon, Mike HB 274 5/17/2019 Referred: Special Committee on Student Accountability
 0797H.01I - Creates new provisions related to the display of posters containing representations of the Missouri state flag and other items in public schools.
HB275 Mosley, Jay HCS HBs 275 & 853 5/8/2019 Reported Do Pass (H)
 0775H.02C - Prohibits publishing of the names of lottery winners.
HB276 Washington, Barbara HB 276 5/17/2019 Referred: Elections and Elected Officials
 0641H.01I - Modifies provisions for voter registration.
HB277 Andrews, Allen HB 277 1/17/2019 Referred: Special Committee on Small Business
 0836H.01I - Modifies employment security provisions relating to the transmission of certain documents.
HB278 Andrews, Allen HB 278 4/11/2019 Public Hearing Held (S)
 0834H.01P - Modifies employment security provisions relating to employer reports.
HB279 Quade, Crystal HB 279 5/17/2019 Referred: Local Government
 0883H.01I - Authorizes Greene County and any city within the county to, upon voter approval, levy a sales tax dedicated to early childhood education programs.
HB280 Ruth, Becky HB 280 4/4/2019 Public Hearing Held (S)
 0878H.01P - Modifies the "Model Traffic Ordinance" with respect to signals indicating the approach of a train.
HB281 Kelley, Ann HCS HBs 281 & 570 5/7/2019 Voted Do Pass (S)
 0922H.04P - Allows school districts to implement alternative methods of instruction to avoid make-up days.
HB282 Anderson, Sonya HB 282 3/28/2019 Reported Do Pass (H)
 0755H.01I - Requires referrals for out-of-state abortions to be accompanied by specified printed materials.
HB283 Anderson, Sonya HB 283 4/15/2019 SCS Voted Do Pass (S)
 0708H.01P - Extends the expiration date for the geologic resources fee.
HB284 Franks Jr., Bruce HB 284 5/17/2019 Referred: Elections and Elected Officials
 1022H.01I - Modifies provisions for absentee voting.
HB285 Franks Jr., Bruce HB 285 5/17/2019 Referred: Judiciary
 1032H.01I - Creates civil rights for homeless persons.
HB286 Franks Jr., Bruce HB 286 1/31/2019 Referred: Economic Development
 1030H.01I - Authorizes a tax credit for establishing a new business in a distressed community.
HB287 Kidd, Bill HCS HB 287 5/6/2019 SCS Voted Do Pass (S)
 0765H.02P - Creates provisions for electric vehicle charging stations.
HB288 Schroer, Nick HB 288 5/17/2019 Referred: Crime Prevention and Public Safety
 0684H.01I - Establishes the crime of unlawful traffic interference.
HB289 Schroer, Nick HB 289 2/13/2019 Referred: Judiciary
 0674H.01I - Allows evidence of failure to wear a seatbelt to prove comparative negligence or to mitigate damages.
HB290 Sommer, Chrissy HB 290 3/27/2019 Public Hearing Completed (H)
 0995H.01I - Modifies provisions for petitioning to amend the law.
HB291 Kidd, Bill HB 291 3/26/2019 Referred: Rules - Legislative Oversight
 0606H.01I - Authorizes an earned income tax credit in Missouri.
HB292 Washington, Barbara HB 292 5/17/2019 Referred: Judiciary
 1015H.01I - Requires the court to expunge certain marijuana offenses.
HB293 Evans, Jean HB 293 5/17/2019 Referred: Health and Mental Health Policy
 0789H.01I - Creates an electronic prescription program.
HB294 Evans, Jean HB 294 5/17/2019 Referred: Workforce Development
 1039H.01I - Modifies provisions relating to certain tourism infrastructure facilities.
HB295 Hicks, Ron HB 295 1/16/2019 Referred: Transportation
 0647H.01I - Raises the maximum speed limit on rural interstates and freeways of the state from 70 to 75 miles per hour.
HB296 Hicks, Ron HB 296 5/7/2019 Reported Do Pass (H)
 0864H.01I - Creates the "Fourth Amendment Rights Protection Act."
HB297 Hicks, Ron HB 297 4/23/2019 Referred: Rules - Legislative Oversight
 0701H.01I - Prohibits villages, towns, and cities from regulating dogs in a breed-specific manner.
HB298 Roberts, Steven HB 298 5/17/2019 Referred: Special Committee on Criminal Justice
 0066H.02I - Establishes a tax deduction for employers who provide full-time employment to felons.
HB299 Hansen, Jim HCS HBs 299 & 364 4/30/2019 Placed on the Informal Perfection Calendar (H)
 1011H.02C - Modifies provisions relating to a tax deduction for educator expenses.
HB300 Schroer, Nick HB 300 5/17/2019 Referred: Special Committee on Small Business
 0676H.01I - Establishes certain labor rules regarding employees of franchises.
HB301 Schroer, Nick SCS HCS HB 301 5/2/2019 SCS Reported Do Pass (S)
 0865S.04C - Modifies provisions relating to nurses.
HB302 Hicks, Ron HB 302 5/17/2019 Referred: General Laws
 0705H.01I - Modifies weapon offenses by decriminalizing possession of a firearm silencer by persons who obtain a medical certificate for significant hearing loss.
HB303 Hansen, Jim HCS HB 303 4/8/2019 Public Hearing Held (S)
 1136H.03P - Changes the laws regarding prison canteen funds.
HB304 Roberts, Steven HB 304 5/17/2019 Referred: Special Committee on Criminal Justice
 0091H.02I - Provides that certain mandatory minimum sentences may be discretionary and creates provisions when a person is eligible for a parole hearing.
HB305 Walker, Cora Faith HB 305 5/17/2019 Referred: Children and Families
 0722H.01I - Establishes the "Maternal Care Access and Reducing Emergencies Act."
HB306 Walker, Cora Faith HB 306 5/17/2019 Referred: Health and Mental Health Policy
 0871H.01I - Specifies that if federal funds are not appropriated for the Children's Health Insurance Program (CHIP), the General Assembly shall fund the program.
HB307 Walker, Cora Faith HB 307 5/17/2019 Referred: Health and Mental Health Policy
 0855H.01I - Requires certain health care professionals to complete two hours of cultural competency training as a condition of licensure.
HB308 Walker, Cora Faith HB 308 5/17/2019 Referred: Health and Mental Health Policy
 0814H.01I - Establishes the "Mo HealthNet Buy-In for Workers with Disabilities Program."
HB309 Walker, Cora Faith HB 309 3/12/2019 Public Hearing Completed (H)
 0774H.01I - Requires certain public schools to offer breakfast after the bell.
HB310 Walker, Cora Faith HB 310 5/17/2019 Referred: Special Committee on Career Readiness
 0796H.01I - Requires teacher-training institutions in this state receiving state funds to require students to demonstrate proficiency on the concepts of trauma-informed approach and trauma-specific interventions.
HB311 Walker, Cora Faith HB 311 5/17/2019 Referred: Judiciary
 0805H.01I - Modifies provisions relating to the "Criminal Activity Forfeiture Act."
HB312 Walker, Cora Faith HB 312 5/17/2019 Referred: Children and Families
 0801H.01I - Authorizes a tax credit for certain contraception costs.
HB313 Walker, Cora Faith HB 313 5/17/2019 Referred: Financial Institutions
 0867H.01I - Creates the "Missouri Premium Security Plan."
HB314 Walker, Cora Faith HB 314 5/17/2019 Referred: General Laws
 0803H.01I - Creates the "Evidence-Based Policy Making Commission."
HB315 Barnes, Jerome HB 315 5/17/2019 Referred: Children and Families
 0439H.01I - Requires child care facilities to report liability insurance coverage to the Department of Health and Senior Services.
HB316 Barnes, Jerome HB 316 5/17/2019 Referred: Special Committee on Tourism
 0392H.01I - Designates the month of September as "Deaf Awareness Month" and the last week of September as "Deaf Awareness Week."
HB317 Barnes, Jerome HB 317 4/18/2019 Reported Do Pass (H)
 0385H.01I - Allows persons seventy years of age or older to be excused from serving on a petit or grand jury.
HB318 Barnes, Jerome HB 318 5/17/2019 Referred: Judiciary
 0393H.01I - Changes the compensation a juror may receive from $6 to $40 per day.
HB319 Barnes, Jerome HB 319 5/17/2019 Referred: General Laws
 0398H.01I - Expands the definition of special victim to include sports officials at a sporting event.
HB320 Barnes, Jerome HB 320 4/18/2019 Referred: Judiciary
 0941H.01I - Allows a person eighteen years of age or older to serve on a petit or grand jury.
HB321 Solon, Sheila HB 321 4/30/2019 Reported Do Pass (S)
 0731H.01P - Specifies that limited liability companies that own real property in St. Joseph must designate a contact person with the city clerk.
HB322 Hill, Justin HCS HB 322 4/18/2019 Referred: Rules - Legislative Oversight
 0264H.05C - Requires the word count of a referendum bill or constitutional amendment to appear in bold on the ballot with the summary of said initiative or referendum.
HB323 Helms, Steve HB 323 3/14/2019 Referred: Financial Institutions
 1026H.01I - Changes the law regarding unsecured loans of five hundred dollars or less.
HB324 Henderson, Mike HCS HB 324 4/1/2019 Public Hearing Held (S)
 0778H.02P - Creates the offense of unlawful use of unmanned aircraft near a correctional center.
HB325 Schroer, Nick HB 325 3/12/2019 Referred: Transportation
 0757H.01I - Designates a portion of State Highway P in St. Charles County as the "Waylon Jennings Memorial Highway."
HB326 Schroer, Nick HCS HB 326 5/6/2019 Voted Do Pass (S)
 0927H.02P - Creates a statewide license for mechanical contractors.
HB327 Schroer, Nick HB 327 5/17/2019 Referred: Professional Registration and Licensing
 0635H.01I - Classifies taxi drivers as independent contractors if certain conditions are met.
HB328 Beck, Doug HB 328 5/17/2019 Referred: Workforce Development
 0512H.01I - Prohibits employers from inquiring about an employee or applicant's salary history information.
HB329 Beck, Doug HB 329 5/17/2019 Referred: General Laws
 0545H.01I - Changes the laws regarding the safekeeping of personal information.
HB330 Beck, Doug HB 330 5/17/2019 Referred: Special Committee on Small Business
 0513H.01I - Establishes employees' right to compensation for unused vacation leave at end of employment.
HB331 Beck, Doug HB 331 5/17/2019 Referred: General Laws
 0511H.01I - Establishes rules relating to the applicability of covenants not to compete.
HB332 Lynch, Steve SCS HB 332 5/7/2019 Placed on Informal Calendar
 0894S.02C - Modifies provisions relating to employment security and employer accounts.
HB333 Shaul, Dan SCS HCS HB 333 5/2/2019 Reported Do Pass (S)
 1033S.03C - Modifies provisions relating to taxation.
HB334 Tate, Nate HB 334 3/27/2019 Reported Do Pass (H)
 0372H.02I - Prohibits children from being placed in the custody of individuals who have been found guilty of the offense of sexual trafficking of a child in the first degree.
HB335 Swan, Kathryn HB 335 5/17/2019 Referred: Health and Mental Health Policy
 1094H.01I - Changes the definition of primary care physician.
HB336 Swan, Kathryn HB 336 3/28/2019 Referred: Elementary and Secondary Education
 0813H.01I - Modifies provisions relating to the powers of superintendents regarding the suspension of students.
HB337 Swan, Kathryn HB 337 5/9/2019 Reported Do Pass (S)
 1076H.01P - Establishes the "Senior Services Growth and Development Program."
HB338 Schnelting, Adam HB 338 5/9/2019 SCS Voted Do Pass (S)
 0811H.01P - Designates May 26 of each year as the "Battle of St. Louis Memorial Day."
HB339 Schnelting, Adam HB 339 2/19/2019 HCS Reported Do Pass (H)
 0799H.01I - Establishes the "Pain Capable Unborn Child Protection Act."
HB340 Sommer, Chrissy HB 340 4/25/2019 Public Hearing Scheduled, Bill not Heard (H)
 0578H.01I - Requires sellers of motor vehicles to either make repairs subject to manufacturer's recalls prior to the sale of the vehicle or notify the buyer and Department of Revenue of any deficiencies relating to recall notices so that the recall can be noted on the motor vehicle's certificate of ownership.
HB341 Hicks, Ron HCS HB 341 4/4/2019 Second read and referred: Judiciary and Civil and Criminal Jurisprudence
 0681H.03P - Allows certain marijuana-related offenses and violations to be expunged if the offenses or violations occurred in Missouri prior to the issuance of a patient identification card.
HB342 Washington, Barbara HB 342 2/7/2019 Referred: Elementary and Secondary Education
 0939H.01I - Modifies provisions relating to prefilled epinephrine auto syringes in schools.
HB343 Baringer, Donna HB 343 2/26/2019 Referred: Rules - Legislative Oversight
 0142H.01I - Allows students to apply sunscreen at school.
HB344 Baringer, Donna HB 344 5/17/2019 Referred: Local Government
 0141H.01I - Changes the laws regarding the location of public auctions in the City of St. Louis.
HB345 McGirl, Mike HB 345 5/13/2019 Second read and referred: General Laws
 0664H.01P - Designates August 31 of each year as "Random Acts of Kindness Day" in Missouri.
HB346 Lynch, Steve HCS HB 346 5/2/2019 Reported Do Pass (S)
 0903H.02P - Modifies the "Missouri Works Program" to allow the qualification of certain military projects.
HB347 Lovasco, Tony HCS HB 347 3/28/2019 Referred: Rules - Legislative Oversight
 1128H.02C - Requires all elections for city and county committees to appear on the ballot, even if only one eligible candidate has filed.
HB348 Lovasco, Tony HB 348 5/17/2019 Referred: Judiciary
 1123H.01I - Modifies provisions for the sunshine law.
HB349 Hannegan, Tom HCS HB 349 5/1/2019 Voted Do Pass (S)
 0726H.02P - Provides that the practices of cosmetology and barbering do not include shampooing.
HB350 Hannegan, Tom HB 350 5/8/2019 Public Hearing Completed (H)
 0659H.01I - Modifies provisions relating to unlawful discriminatory practices.
HB351 Hannegan, Tom HB 351 5/17/2019 Referred: Transportation
 0637H.01I - Allows counties, cities, towns, and villages to charge an additional $1 fee on car rentals, with the proceeds to be used for road and bridge improvements.
HB352 Hannegan, Tom HCS#2 HB 352 5/6/2019 Public Hearing Held (S)
 0667H.03P - Authorizes the early parole of certain offenders over the age of sixty-five.
HB353 Hannegan, Tom HB 353 4/29/2019 Public Hearing Completed (H)
 0725H.01I - Provides that a person cannot be sentenced to death if he or she raises the issue that he or she suffered from a serious mental illness at the time of the commission of the offense.
HB354 Plocher, Dean HCS HB 354 4/24/2019 SCS Voted Do Pass (S)
 0595H.03P - Changes the law regarding the financial protection of vulnerable populations.
HB355 Plocher, Dean SCS HB 355 7/11/2019 Delivered to Secretary of State (G)
 0874S.02T - Modifies provisions relating to utilities.
HB356 Plocher, Dean HCS HB 356 4/16/2019 Public Hearing Held (S)
 0270H.02P - Modifies provisions relating to alcohol.
HB357 Kidd, Bill HB 357 5/10/2019 Dropped from Calendar - Pursuant to House Rules (H)
 1156H.01I - Creates guidelines for reviewing the comprehensive state energy plan.
HB358 Hannegan, Tom HB 358 5/17/2019 Referred: Children and Families
 1161H.01I - Requires summer camps to be licensed by the Department of Health and Senior Services.
HB359 Roeber, Rebecca HB 359 3/5/2019 Public Hearing Completed (H)
 0921H.01I - Authorizes the city of Greenwood to detach an area from a fire protection district that is within its city limits.
HB360 Roeber, Rebecca HB 360 5/17/2019 Referred: General Laws
 0835H.01I - Modifies provisions relating to dangerous dogs.
HB361 Roeber, Rebecca HB 361 1/30/2019 Public Hearing Completed (H)
 0282H.01I - Changes election procedures for school board members.
HB362 Roeber, Rebecca HB 362 3/12/2019 Referred: Elementary and Secondary Education
 0271H.01I - Modifies provisions related to substitute teaching by retired teachers.
HB363 Roeber, Rebecca HCS HB 363 3/12/2019 Referred: Rules - Legislative Oversight
 0277H.03C - Changes the law relating to the prohibition on expenditure of public funds to support or oppose candidates and certain measures.
HB364 Kelley, Ann HB 364 4/3/2019 HCS Reported Do Pass (H)
 0972H.01I - Modifies provisions relating to a tax deduction for educator expenses.
HB365 Sommer, Chrissy HB 365 3/12/2019 Referred: Elementary and Secondary Education
 1075H.01I - Modifies provisions relating to school registration.
HB366 Sommer, Chrissy HB 366 1/16/2019 Referred: Veterans
 1105H.01I - Extends protections of federal SCRA and USERRA to the Missouri Active Guard Reserves and National Guard serving under executive order by the governor and allows all service members under certain orders to break certain contracts without penalty.
HB367 Sommer, Chrissy HB 367 1/23/2019 Referred: Special Committee on Career Readiness
 1057H.01I - Modifies provisions relating to in-state tuition for dependents of military personnel.
HB368 McGaugh, Peggy HB 368 2/27/2019 Public Hearing Completed (H)
 0391H.02I - Modifies voting procedures for absentee voting and voter identification.
HB369 Kolkmeyer, Glen HCS HB 369 5/2/2019 Reported Do Pass (H)
 1007H.02C - Modifies provisions relating to donated fire equipment and immunity.
HB370 Gregory, David HB 370 1/16/2019 Referred: Judiciary
 0570H.01I - Changes the laws regarding protective orders by adding abuse by the harm or threatened harm of an animal as a ground for the issuance of a protective order.
HB371 Trent, Curtis HB 371 4/18/2019 Referred: Workforce Development
 0960H.01I - Modifies provisions relating to employment security and employer records.
HB372 Trent, Curtis HB 372 5/2/2019 Reported Do Pass (S)
 0892H.01P - Modifies provisions relating to employment security.
HB373 Trent, Curtis HB 373 1/17/2019 Referred: Special Committee on Small Business
 0890H.01I - Modifies provisions relating to employment security.
HB374 Christofanelli, Phil HCS#2 HB 374 4/23/2019 SCS Voted Do Pass (S)
 0714H.04P - Modifies provisions relating to sales tax.
HB375 Christofanelli, Phil HB 375 4/30/2019 Placed on the Informal Perfection Calendar (H)
 0967H.01I - Establishes new provisions related to an unemployment automation adjustment for certain employers.
HB376 Trent, Curtis HB 376 5/17/2019 Referred: Judiciary
 0983H.01I - Modifies provisions relating to judgment interest rates.
HB377 Kelly, Hannah HB 377 4/24/2019 Action Postponed (H)
 1047H.01I - Modifies the laws in regards to personal care assistance services.
HB378 Quade, Crystal HB 378 5/17/2019 Referred: Ways and Means
 0779H.02I - Allows taxpayers additional time to meet tax obligations.
HB379 McGaugh, Peggy HCS HB 379 4/18/2019 Second read and referred: Local Government and Elections
 0709H.02P - Allows the department of natural resources to award grants to preserve, protect, or restore historic county courthouses and historic county courthouse grounds.
HB380 Ellebracht, Mark HB 380 5/17/2019 Referred: Health and Mental Health Policy
 0189H.01I - Allows a victim of a physician's actions to attend and present oral testimony or submit a written impact statement at all board meetings and administrative hearings involving investigation and discipline of the physician.
HB381 Ellebracht, Mark HB 381 5/17/2019 Referred: Judiciary
 0128H.01I - Provides that the time frame to file a petition for review of certain decisions shall be calculated as provided under Missouri Supreme Court Rule 44.01(e).
HB382 Ellebracht, Mark HB 382 5/17/2019 Referred: Corrections and Public Institutions
 0046H.01I - Requires probation officers to report all probation violations.
HB383 Ellebracht, Mark HB 383 5/17/2019 Referred: Transportation
 0070H.01I - Modifies provisions relating to the administrative procedures for driver's license suspensions and revocations.
HB384 Ellebracht, Mark HB 384 5/17/2019 Referred: Corrections and Public Institutions
 0401H.01I - Changes the laws regarding sales of land so that a sale of 10 or more acres requires a survey.
HB385 Ellebracht, Mark HB 385 5/17/2019 Referred: Judiciary
 1003H.01I - Specifies that the limits on fines for traffic violations shall not apply if the defendant is represented by counsel and negotiated a plea agreement.
HB386 Ellebracht, Mark HB 386 5/17/2019 Referred: Judiciary
 0984H.01I - Modifies provisions of sunshine laws relating to data exchanged on government-issued cell phones.
HB387 Ellebracht, Mark HB 387 5/17/2019 Referred: Judiciary
 1005H.01I - Specifies that attorneys shall only be prohibited from serving as special prosecutors in counties where they represent criminal defendants if a conflict is found after a hearing.
HB388 Ellebracht, Mark HB 388 5/17/2019 Referred: Judiciary
 1006H.01I - Establishes the offense of failure to identify.
HB389 Ellebracht, Mark HB 389 5/17/2019 Referred: Elections and Elected Officials
 0985H.01I - Modifies provision for closed meetings of governmental bodies.
HB390 Ellebracht, Mark HB 390 5/17/2019 Referred: Health and Mental Health Policy
 1038H.01I - Modifies the law in regards to care of indigent persons.
HB391 Ellebracht, Mark HB 391 5/17/2019 Referred: Utilities
 0986H.01I - Establishes provisions for net neutrality.
HB392 Ellebracht, Mark HB 392 5/17/2019 Referred: Elections and Elected Officials
 0987H.01I - Requires individuals who become prior candidates to dissolve their candidate committees.
HB393 Ellebracht, Mark HB 393 5/17/2019 Referred: Transportation
 0991H.01I - Requires driver's license applicants who have never held a driver's license to complete a driver's education program approved by the Missouri highways and transportation commission.
HB394 Ellebracht, Mark HB 394 5/17/2019 Referred: General Laws
 1000H.01I - Modifies provisions relating to campaign finance.
HB395 Ellebracht, Mark HB 395 5/17/2019 Referred: Ways and Means
 1137H.01I - Authorizes a waiver for certain property taxes if paid within thirty days of the due date.
HB396 Ellebracht, Mark HB 396 5/17/2019 Referred: Judiciary
 1140H.01I - Modifies the computation of heritage value in condemnation proceedings.
HB397 Coleman, Mary Elizabeth CCS SS SCS HCS HB 397 7/11/2019 Delivered to Secretary of State (G)
 0962H.08T - Modifies provisions regarding the protection of children.
HB398 Dinkins, Chris HB 398 4/15/2019 Reported Do Pass (H)
 0940H.01I - Limits private campground owner liability.
HB399 Basye, Chuck CCS SS SCS HCS HB 399 9/11/2019 Veto Override Failed (G)
 1130H.10T - Modifies provisions relating to healthcare.
HB400 Basye, Chuck HCS HB 400 5/9/2019 Reported Do Pass (S)
 0785H.04P - Changes the law regarding the "Missouri Returning Heroes Education Act."
HB401 Basye, Chuck HB 401 2/7/2019 HCS Reported Do Pass (H)
 1016H.01I - Prohibits local school districts from setting an opening date for the school term that is more than ten calendar days prior to the first Monday in September.
HB402 Basye, Chuck HB 402 5/2/2019 Hearing Cancelled (S)
 0762H.01P - Allows motor vehicles to turn left on red light when turning onto a one-way street.
HB403 Messenger, Jeffrey HB 403 4/2/2019 Referred: Transportation
 1081H.01I - Requires the Director of the Department of Transportation to be appointed by the Governor, subject to the advice and consent of the senate.
HB404 Messenger, Jeffrey HCS HB 404 4/15/2019 Third Read and Defeated (H)
 1112H.02P - Establishes the "Retirees Experiencing a Better Living Initiative Fund" to advertise Missouri to retirees in other states.
HB405 Messenger, Jeffrey HCS HB 405 5/7/2019 Referred: Rules - Legislative Oversight
 1080H.02C - Establishes the "Missouri Freedom to Choose Health Care Act."
HB406 Messenger, Jeffrey HB 406 2/28/2019 Referred: Transportation
 1131H.01I - Adjusts motor vehicle licensing and registration fees for inflation.
HB407 Justus, Jeffery HB 407 4/18/2019 Second read and referred: Agriculture, Food Production and Outdoor Resources
 0893H.01P - Designates the hellbender salamander as the official endangered species of the state of Missouri.
HB408 Kelly, Hannah HB 408 5/10/2019 Dropped from Calendar - Pursuant to House Rules (H)
 0751H.01I - Modifies provisions for Secretary of State.
HB409 Wilson, Kenneth HB 409 5/17/2019 Referred: Children and Families
 0877H.01I - Expands the requirement for children to wear personal flotation devices.
HB410 Gregory, David HCS HB 410 4/8/2019 Public Hearing Held (S)
 0314H.03P - Allows physical therapists to treat patients without a prescription.
HB411 Gray, Alan HB 411 5/17/2019 Referred: Elementary and Secondary Education
 0672H.01I - Establishes a "Council for Community Education" within the Department of Elementary and Secondary Education.
HB412 Gray, Alan HB 412 5/17/2019 Referred: Local Government
 0703H.01I - Prohibits third and fourth class cities in St. Louis County from imposing a fee for a false alarm to which the police department responds if it is the alarm user's first false alarm in a twelve-month period.
HB413 Gray, Alan HB 413 5/17/2019 Referred: Elementary and Secondary Education
 0670H.01I - Creates subdistricts within certain school districts.
HB414 Gray, Alan HB 414 5/17/2019 Referred: Elections and Elected Officials
 0702H.01I - Changes the laws regarding street light maintenance district elections.
HB415 Gray, Alan HB 415 5/17/2019 Referred: Transportation
 0689H.01I - Modifies the penalties permitted for certain traffic and traffic-related offenses.
HB416 Gray, Alan HB 416 5/17/2019 Referred: Workforce Development
 0764H.01I - Specifies that a state employee who works 10 hour days and 40 hours per week cannot be required to take two hours of vacation leave for paid holidays.
HB417 Bromley, Bob HB 417 4/15/2019 Referred: Crime Prevention and Public Safety
 1073H.01I - Requires any person who has pled guilty to or been found guilty of driving while intoxicated to complete a victim impact program approved by the court.