99th General Assembly, 1st Regular Session
Past Activity Registers
For Actions Recorded on: December 06, 2016
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 Bill Information
HB147Hurst, TomHB 147
 0409H.01I - Changes the laws regarding the final disposition of aborted fetal remains
HB148Hurst, TomHB 148
 0139H.01I - Abolishes the doctrine of adverse possession in Missouri
HB149Hurst, TomHB 149
 0133H.01I - Changes the laws regarding foreign ownership of agricultural land
HB150Hurst, TomHB 150
 0131H.01I - Exempts individuals not paid by lobbyist principals from the registration and reporting requirements of lobbyists
HB151Corlew, KevinSS#2 HCS HB 151
 0401S.05T - Requires the department of revenue to issue REAL ID compliant driver's licenses unless the applicant requests a license that is not compliant with the REAL ID Act
HB152Corlew, KevinHB 152
 0383H.01I - Establishes the Armed Offender Docket Pilot Project within the Jackson County Circuit Court to handle all matters regarding a person accused or convicted of first degree robbery or a firearm offense
HB153Corlew, KevinHB 153
 0381H.01T - Modifies provisions relating to expert witnesses
HB154Corlew, KevinHB 154
 0435H.01I - Establishes a limit on residential property assessment increases for the elderly and disabled who own and live in their principal residence proportional to the increase of their Social Security benefit
HB155Corlew, KevinHB 155
 0648H.01I - Establishes the "Interstate 70 Public-Private Partnership Act"
HB156Corlew, KevinHCS HB 156
 0636H.02C - Changes the Uniform Arbitration Act regarding agreements between employers and at-will employees
HB157Frederick, KeithHB 157
 0681H.01I - Modifies provisions relating to physician referrals to physical therapists
HB158Green, AlanHB 158
 0631H.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
HB159McGaugh, Joe DonHCS HB 159
 0438H.03P - Establishes provisions requiring actions against veterinarians to be brought within two years of the date of occurrence of the act of negligence that is at issue, except in certain situations
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