99th General Assembly, 2nd Regular Session - 2018
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Special Committee on Tourism
MO House of Representatives
201 West Capitol Avenue
Jefferson City MO 65101
Rep. Rocky Miller, a Republican, represents parts of Camden and Miller Counties (Lake of the Ozarks Region) (District 124) in the Missouri House of Representatives. He was elected to his first two-year term in November 2012.
In addition to his legislative duties, Rep. Miller is a professional engineer and land surveyor and owner of Miller Companies, an engineering, environmental services and land surveying firm.
Rep. Miller is involved with organizations such as the Academy of Civil Engineers, the Missouri Society of Professional Engineers, Missouri Society of Professional Surveyors, Chamber of Commerce and Missouri Water and Wastewater Conference. He is a former president of the School of the Osage School Board and former Director of the Missouri School Board Association and is a member of Farm Bureau and the NRA.
Rep. Miller is a 1984 graduate of School of the Osage, Lake Ozark. He graduated from Missouri S & T in 1988 with a B.S. in Civil Engineering and acquired an MBA from St. Ambrose University. He began his career with Laclede Gas and Iowa Southern Utilities before returning home to found Miller Companies.
Rep. Miller was born in West Palm Beach, Florida. He is married to Della (Taylor) Miller. They have four children, Clay, Jordon, Michael and Jared and six grandchildren. Rep. Miller, a sixth generation resident of the district, resides in Osage Beach.
Eliminates the requirement that concealed carry permit holders get permission from the minister or persons representing such religious organization in order to carry concealed firearms in churches or places of worship
Changes the laws regarding consent for a minor to obtain an abortion
Changes the laws regarding the selling of authentic American Indian arts or crafts
Modifies the appeal procedure for decisions by the public service commission
Changes the laws regarding port authorities procuring professional services
Changes provisions of law relating to the public service commission's complaint procedure
Modifies provisions relating to the expiration date of certain fees collected by the Department of Natural Resources
Changes the law regarding exemptions of sale taxes by clarifying a definition to exempt the production of communication services.
Establishes the Missouri Water Safety and Security Act
Establishes the Rate Case Modernization Act, relating to rate making for gas corporations
Changes the law regarding the Public Service Commission