99th General Assembly, 2nd Regular Session - 2018
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Subcommittee on Appropriations - General Administration
Special Committee on Government Oversight
Ways and Means
MO House of Representatives
201 West Capitol Avenue
Jefferson City MO 65101
Rep. Phil Christofanelli, a Republican, represents part of St. Charles County, including part of St. Peters in the Missouri House of Representatives. He was elected to his first two-year term in November 2016.
Rep. Christofanelli graduated from Washington University in St. Louis, where he received a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science in 2011. After college, he started a small business, selling voter identification services to campaigns.
Prior to his legislative duties, Rep. Christofanelli served on the Missouri Republican State Committee and the State Executive Committee. Additionally, he worked in the United States House of Representatives as a Press Secretary to a Member of Congress.
Rep. Christofanelli was born in Springfield, Illinois, and now resides in St. Peters.
Changes the vote required to pass a statewide ballot measure from a majority vote to sixty percent of the votes cast.
Requires the department of revenue to offer a three-year motor vehicle registration option
Changes the law regarding municipal elections
Changes the laws regarding tax increment financing districts so that cities must hold a thirty-day comment period before passing an ordinance
Allows excused absences for students whose parents were deployed to a combat zone
Requires the Department of Revenue to feature a map of all special taxing districts on its website
Modifies provisions relating to child abuse and neglect reports
Changes the laws regarding businesses established from agreements between political subdivisions by limiting such a business's conduct to the purposes of its formation or subjecting the business to for-profit status
Changes the laws regarding local sales taxes so that no political subdivision may raise the rates above twelve percent