99th General Assembly, 2nd Regular Session - 2018
Capitol Address
Address:MO House of Representatives
201 West Capitol Avenue
Room 116-4
Jefferson City MO 65101 
Legislative Assistant:Christine Bondurant 
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Sponsored Bills
HB 1378 - (4273H.01I)
Changes the laws regarding the Amber Alert System and establishes Hailey's Law
HB 1487 - (5127H.01I)
Modifies provisions relating to the cost of a court reporter to prepare transcripts
HB 1488 - (4274H.01I)
Allows certain records to be closed if maintained by fire departments or fire protection districts
HB 1611 - (5233H.01I)
Provides that a person who is injured by a product has 10 years after the sale or lease of the product to bring a suit for damages
HB 1686 - (4281H.01I)
Establishes the State Capitol Complex Committee.
HB 1855 - (5518H.01I)
Repeals a provision preempting political subdivisions from passing any tax increase on cigarettes or tobacco
HB 1856 - (5333H.02I)
Requires MO HealthNet participants to participate in work activities, with certain exceptions
HB 1863 - (5652H.01I)
Modifies provisions relating to civil procedure
HB 1864 - (5683H.01I)
Modifies provisions relating to judgment interest rates
HB 1880 - (5670H.01I)
Declares the intent of the general assembly to facilitate and encourage development of fiber optic infrastructure by rural electric cooperatives
HB 1881 - (4507H.01I)
Abolishes the Department of Transportation program that requires the use of biodiesel fuel in MoDOT vehicles
HB 1882 - (4045H.01I)
Requires scrap metal dealers to keep documentation relating to the purchase of certain recycled batteries
HB 1967 - (4280H.01I)
Repeals provisions of the state merit personnel system
HB 2035 - (4048H.01I)
Creates a fund dedicated to transportation projects from the revenue saved through lower tax credit redemptions
HB 2036 - (5149H.01I)
Requires certain charities that partner with government entities to disclose financial records
HB 2108 - (5895H.01I)
Prohibits actions for personal injury or death from being brought under the Merchandising Practices Act
HB 2109 - (5900H.01I)
Specifies that actions against attorneys and law firms for malpractice shall be brought within two years
Co-sponsored Bills
Past Legislation