95th General Assembly, 1st Session
House Bills Sponsored or Cosponsored by Representative Jason Smith (150)
BillSponsorCoSponsor/Bill StringDate/Last Action
 Bill InformationCoSigner
HB544Smith, JasonTilley, StevenSCS HB 5449/16/2009 Failed to Pass over Veto (H)
 0733S.02T - Changes the laws regarding the oversight of public funds and access to the dome of the State Capitol
HB545Smith, JasonTilley, StevenHB 5454/9/2009 HCS Reported Do Pass (H)
 1377L.01I - Increases the deductions for personal and dependency exemptions
HB546Smith, JasonStevenson, BryanHB 5464/14/2009 Public Hearing Held (S)
 1427L.01P - Allows a drug court commissioner to also serve as a family court commissioner without any additional compensation under certain circumstances
HB664Smith, JasonTilley, StevenHB 6642/19/2009 Public Hearing Completed (H)
 1358L.01I - Reduces the personal property tax annually on qualifying motor vehicles including recreational and historic motor vehicles until no personal property tax is imposed beginning January 1, 2013
HB681Smith, JasonRichard, RonHCS HB 6815/11/2009 Referred: Governmental Accountability and Fisc Oversight (S)
 1769L.02C - Requires special elections to fill vacancies in the offices of Lieutenant Governor, Attorney General, Secretary of State, State Auditor, State Teasurer, and United States Senator
HB787Smith, JasonHB 7873/11/2009 Public Hearing Completed (H)
 1984L.01I - Removes the exemption that rules established by the Labor and Industrial Relations Commission are not subject to review and comment by the Committee on Administrative Rules
HB1015Smith, JasonSchoeller, ShaneHB 10154/9/2009 Public Hearing Completed (H)
 2303L.01I - Eliminates local earnings and profits taxes beginning in 2016
HB1058Smith, JasonSchoeller, ShaneHB 10584/21/2009 Rules - Reported Do Pass (H)
 2406L.01I - Repeals various expired provisions of law as contained in the January 2009 Annual Report of the Joint Committee on Legislative Research on Laws Which Expire, Sunset, Terminate, or Become Ineffective
HB1059Smith, JasonHB 10595/15/2009 Referred: Retirement (H)
 0732L.01I - Prohibits members of the General Assembly from accruing creditable service under the Year 2000 Plan of the Missouri State Employees' Retirement System
HB1180Smith, JasonHB 11804/21/2009 Public Hearing Completed (H)
 2410L.02I - Changes the laws regarding ethics
HB27Day, DavidSmith, JasonHB 272/12/2009 Referred: Veterans (H)
 0200L.01I - Authorizes an income tax deduction from a taxpayer's Missouri adjusted gross income for 100% of any military retirement income, regardless of age or income
HB46Davis, CynthiaSmith, JasonSS HCS HB 46 & 4345/15/2009 SEE COMMENTS
 0385S.10P - Changes the laws regarding the consent requirements for obtaining an abortion and creates the crime of coercing an abortion
HB82Kraus, WillSmith, JasonSCS HCS HB 827/2/2009 Delivered to Secretary of State (G)
 0269S.05T - Changes the laws regarding income tax exemptions for certain retirement benefits
HB96Wallace, MaynardSmith, JasonSCS HCS HB 965/13/2009 Placed on Informal Calendar
 0099S.03C - Changes the laws regarding school employee liability, safety practices, and reporting acts of violence
HB111Day, DavidSmith, JasonSCS HCS HB 1117/2/2009 Delivered to Secretary of State (G)
 0668S.04T - Allows unclaimed cremated remains of veterans to be collected by a veterans' service organization for the purpose of internment under certain circumstances
HB165Dusenberg, GarySmith, JasonHB 1653/27/2009 Referred: Rules - Pursuant to Rule 25(32)(f) (H)
 0659L.01I - Requires only persons younger than 21 years of age to wear protective headgear when operating or riding as a passenger on any motorcycle or motortricyle
HB188Flook, TimSmith, JasonHB 1885/15/2009 Referred: Special Standing Committee on General Laws (H)
 0884L.01I - Prohibits the use of school funds to purchase alcoholic beverages
HB191Flook, TimSmith, JasonSS#2 SCS HCS HB 1916/4/2009 Delivered to Secretary of State (G)
 0837S.11T - Changes the laws regarding economic development and taxation
HB226Emery, EdSmith, JasonHB 2263/11/2009 Voted Do Pass (H)
 0841L.01I - Specifies that no pharmacy can be required to perform, assist, recommend, refer to, or participate in any act or service resulting in an abortion and it will be immune from liability for refusing to do so
HB235Jones, TimothySmith, JasonHB 2352/25/2009 HCS Reported Do Pass (H)
 0855L.01I - Removes the expiration date for the Statewide Court Automation Fund and allows the fee to be collected and the fund to function indefinitely
HB237Jones, TimothySmith, JasonSCS HCS HB 237 & HB 238 & HB 4826/26/2009 Delivered to Secretary of State (G)
 0854S.03T - Changes the laws regarding courts and court procedures
HB238Jones, TimothySmith, JasonHB 2384/15/2009 SCS Reported Do Pass-Placed on 3rd Read Consent Calendar (S)
 0853L.01P - Allows the annual report of the Judicial Finance Commission to be combined with any other annual report of the Missouri Supreme Court or Office of State Courts Administrator under certain conditions
HB242Kingery, GayleSmith, JasonHCS HB 2423/25/2009 Second Read and Referred: Education (S)
 0472L.02P - Allows school districts to establish a four-day school week upon a majority vote of the school board
HB250Wilson, LarrySmith, JasonSCS HCS HB 2506/26/2009 Delivered to Secretary of State (G)
 0210S.06T - Changes the laws regarding the use of land
HB270Jones, TimothySmith, JasonHB 2701/27/2009 Public Hearing Completed (H)
 0944L.01I - Authorizes one set of "PURPLE HEART" license plates free of charge to any person who has been awarded the medal and exempts certain motor vehicles of veterans from all personal property taxes
HB356Wallace, MaynardSmith, JasonHCS HB 3564/14/2009 Rules - Reported Do Pass (H)
 0098L.02C - Increases the overall appropriation amount for small school grants from $15 million to $20 million with $15 million being distributed to eligible districts in proportion to their average daily attendance
HB359Denison, CharlieSmith, JasonSS SCS HCS HB 3597/7/2009 Delivered to Secretary of State (G)
 1170S.06T - Allows the Highways and Transportation Commission to enter into more than three design-build highway project contracts
HB361Guest, JimSmith, JasonHCS HB 3617/13/2009 Delivered to Secretary of State (G)
 0637L.03T - Protects a driver's license applicant's privacy rights and limits use of an applicant's personal information for other purposes
HB380Denison, CharlieSmith, JasonHB 3802/10/2009 Public Hearing Scheduled, Bill not Heard (H)
 1150L.01I - Requires that only one license plate be issued for all motor vehicles to be displayed on the rear of the vehicle, except those with personalized plates, instead of the current two plates
HB390Nolte, JerrySmith, JasonCCS SS SCS HCS HB 3907/7/2009 Delivered to Secretary of State (G)
 0766L.06T - Changes the laws regarding unauthorized aliens and construction safety programs
HB420Viebrock, JamesSmith, JasonHB 4205/15/2009 Referred: Conservation and Natural Resources (H)
 1086L.01I - Changes the laws regarding the impoundment of an animal suspected of being neglected or abused
HB435Jones, TimothySmith, JasonHB 4355/15/2009 Referred: Financial Institutions (H)
 0833L.01I - Allows lending institutions to offer, sell, and finance service contracts, home security plans, auto club memberships, and related plans and services
HB506Funderburk, DougSmith, JasonSCS HB 5066/24/2009 Delivered to Secretary of State (G)
 1384S.02T - Requires the Governor to issue an annual proclamation designating the first week of March as "Math, Engineering, Technology and Science (METS) Week"
HB509Stream, RickSmith, JasonHCS HB 5095/6/2009 Executive Session Held (S)
 1506L.03P - Requires all school districts to have physical education programs and establishes standards for school foods, beverages, and meals
HB510Hoskins, DennySmith, JasonHB 5104/15/2009 HCS Voted Do Pass (H)
 1288L.02I - Establishes requirements for private jails and brings them under the same guidelines and penalties as county and city jails
HB513Wells, DonSmith, JasonHB 5133/2/2009 HCS Voted Do Pass (H)
 1379L.01I - Changes the laws regarding pharmacies and pharmacists
HB618Brown, DanSmith, JasonHB 6183/3/2009 Public Hearing Completed (H)
 1264L.01I - Lowers the minimum age requirement for obtaining a concealed carry endorsement from 23 years of age to 21 years of age
HB619Hoskins, DennySmith, JasonHB 6193/4/2009 Public Hearing Completed (H)
 1580L.01I - Changes the laws regarding the Missouri Securities Act of 2003 and criminal securities fraud relating to the elderly and disabled
HB625Parkinson, MarkSmith, JasonHB 6252/19/2009 Referred: Ways and Means (H)
 0719L.02I - Exempts personal and residential property owned by certain taxpayers 65 years of age or older from increases in assessed valuation and limits increases in their personal and property tax
HB631Jones, TimothySmith, JasonHCS HB 6314/27/2009 Second Read and Referred: Education (S)
 1487L.03P - Changes the laws regarding the Missouri Teaching Fellows Program and registered professional school nurses
HB658Dugger, TonySmith, JasonHCS HB 658 & 7065/4/2009 Placed on Informal Calendar
 1614L.04P - Authorizes a tax credit for any resident taxpayer who is actively engaged in milk production
HB671Lair, MikeSmith, JasonHB 6713/11/2009 HCS Reported Do Pass (H)
 1667L.01I - Changes the laws regarding bingo
HB684Gatschenberger, ChuckSmith, JasonHB 6842/19/2009 Referred: Ways and Means (H)
 1731L.01I - Limits the increase in the assessed valuation on residential real property to the percentage of increase in the federal Consumer Price Index in the previous year until the residence is sold or transferred
HB705Brown, DanSmith, JasonHB 7052/26/2009 Refer: Spec Stand Com on Pro. Registration & Licensing (H)
 1319L.01I - Changes the laws regarding a person practicing veterinary medicine without a license
HB706Brown, DanSmith, JasonHB 7063/31/2009 HCS Reported Do Pass (H)
 1710L.01I - Authorizes a tax credit for any resident taxpayer who is actively engaged in milk production
HB717Tilley, StevenSmith, JasonHB 7173/11/2009 Public Hearing Completed (H)
 1153L.01I - Establishes several incentive programs for attracting and retaining teachers
HB745Loehner, TomSmith, JasonCCS SCS HB 7457/10/2009 Delivered to Secretary of State (G)
 1325L.04T - Specifies that the Commissioner of the Office of Administration or any state agent when purchasing goods must give preference to products processed in this state and to all new generation processing entities
HB792Kingery, GayleSmith, JasonHB 7925/15/2009 Referred: Higher Education (H)
 1885L.01I - Changes the laws regarding the Access Missouri Program
HB799Jones, TimothySmith, JasonHCS HB 7994/7/2009 Rules - Reported Do Pass (H)
 1559L.02C - Changes the laws regarding unlawful discriminatory practices in employment
HB802Tracy, ClintSmith, JasonHB 8026/26/2009 Delivered to Secretary of State (G)
 1626L.01T - Increases the adjusted gross income required for an owner-occupier to qualify for assistance from the Missouri Housing Development Commission under the Neighborhood Assistance Act
HB844Aull, JoeSmith, JasonHCS HB 8444/28/2009 Third Read and Defeated (S)
 1930L.02P - Changes the laws regarding members of the Civil Air Patrol who participate in emergency services or counter narcotics missions
HB859Dieckhaus, ScottSmith, JasonHB 8597/10/2009 Delivered to Secretary of State (G)
 1946L.01T - Reduces from three to one the number of required copies that must be filed and kept in the clerk's office of building or technical codes adopted by counties, fire protection districts, and municipalities
HB949Gatschenberger, ChuckSmith, JasonHB 9494/16/2009 Referred: Spec Standing Committee on Children & Families (H)
 2326L.01I - Requires the Department of Social Services to test applicants and recipients of Temporary Assistance for Needy Families benefits for the illegal use of controlled substances
HB961Schoeller, ShaneSmith, JasonHB 9613/30/2009 Public Hearing Completed (H)
 0580L.03I - Specifies that claimants for unemployment benefits will be disqualified for waiting week credit and benefits if they provided false information on an employment application
HB977Parkinson, MarkSmith, JasonHB 9773/26/2009 Public Hearing Completed (H)
 2051L.03I - Establishes the Annual Sportsman Sales Tax Holiday Act which authorizes an annual state sales and use tax exemption on purchases of certain outdoor sportsman equipment
HB1009Parkinson, MarkSmith, JasonHB 10094/28/2009 Rules - Reported Do Pass (H)
 2386L.01I - Requires the Official State Manual to be made avaiable for distribution only in an electronic format on compact discs with exceptions
HB1010Faith, SallySmith, JasonHB 10105/15/2009 Referred: Special Standing Committee on General Laws (H)
 1997L.01I - Changes the laws regarding the placement of liens on motor vehicles, trailers, outboard motors, aircrafts, and vessels for storage or repair fees
HB1028Schoeller, ShaneSmith, JasonHB 10284/9/2009 HCS Reported Do Pass (H)
 1612L.02I - Changes the laws regarding the Linked Deposit Loan Program
HB1036Jones, TimothySmith, JasonHB 10365/15/2009 Referred: Elementary and Secondary Education (H)
 1455L.01I - Gives priority consideration to charter schools wanting to purchase or lease any real or personal property owned by the St. Louis City School District for use by the charter school
HB1040Tilley, StevenSmith, JasonHB 10405/15/2009 Referred: Judiciary (H)
 2366L.01I - Prohibits school boards from placing restrictive covenants in deeds of real property that prohibit its use as a school and nullifies any existing restrictive covenants
HB1099Denison, CharlieSmith, JasonHB 10995/15/2009 Referred: Elections (H)
 2450L.01I - Requires the Governor to call a special election to fill a vacancy in the office of Senator of the United States
HB1109Munzlinger, BrianSmith, JasonHB 11095/15/2009 Referred: Crime Prevention (H)
 2502L.01I - Creates the crime of filing a false report with the Department of Natural Resources
HB1166Chappelle-Nadal, MariaSmith, JasonHB 11665/15/2009 Referred: Tourism (H)
 2522L.01I - Designates August 28 as "Sherman Thompson Parker Day" in honor of the former state representative
HB1183Silvey, RyanSmith, JasonHB 11835/15/2009 Referred: Healthcare Transformation (H)
 0684L.02I - Creates the MO HealthNet Trust Fund and authorizes a checkoff box on the Missouri individual and corporate tax income forms for donations to the fund
HB1188Schoeller, ShaneSmith, JasonHB 11885/15/2009 Referred: Elections (H)
 2301L.01I - Establishes the Fair Influence in Government Act which prohibits the use of public funds for lobbying purposes
HB1196Chappelle-Nadal, MariaSmith, JasonHB 11964/9/2009 Referred: Crime Prevention (H)
 2528L.01I - Increases the penalty for the crime of harassment
HCR37Loehner, TomSmith, JasonHCR 374/1/2009 Public Hearing Completed (H)
 2213L.02I - Supports the use of unbiased scientific research and data regarding the management practices for rivers and streams
HCR45Wallace, MaynardSmith, JasonHCR 454/16/2009 Rules - Reported Do Pass (H)
 2456L.01I - Opposes any federal infringement on citizens' right to keep and bear arms under the Second Amendment of the United States Constitution
HJR12Yates, BrianSmith, JasonHJR 125/15/2009 Referred: Special Standing Committee on General Laws (H)
 0899L.01I - Proposes a constitutional amendment requiring separate compensation schedules by the Citizens' Commission for legislators and other state officials and judges
HJR27Ruzicka, DonSmith, JasonHJR 273/12/2009 Referred: Conservation and Natural Resources (H)
 1618L.01I - Proposes a constitutional amendment increasing the number of members on the Conservation Commission and requiring that one member be from each Department of Conservation region
HJR37Cunningham, MikeSmith, JasonHJR 375/13/2009 Placed on Informal Calendar
 2344L.01P - Proposes a constitutional amendment guaranteeing the right to vote by secret ballot for all public offices, initiatives and referendums, and any authorizations or designations regarding employee representation
HJR38Nieves, BrianSmith, JasonHJR 385/15/2009 Referred: Spec Standing Committee on Children & Families (H)
 2391L.01I - Proposes a constitutional amendment prohibiting the expenditure of public funds for abortion services, human cloning, or certain human research
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