97th General Assembly, 1st Regular Session
Bills Indexed by Subject
FIREARMS AND FIREWORKS
BillSponsorCoSponsor/Bill String
 Bill InformationCoSigner
HB28Lichtenegger, DonnaHinson, DaveSS SCS HCS HB 28
 0111S.05T - Changes the laws regarding the Department of Natural Resources
HB70Kelley, MikeBrattin, RickHB 70
 0600L.01I - Allows a teacher or school administrator to carry a concealed firearm into a higher education institution or elementary or secondary school if he or she has a valid concealed carry endorsement or permit
HB89Colona, MikeHB 89
 0666L.02I - Establishes the Firearm Responsibility Act which specifies that a person commits the crime of failure to secure a firearm if he or she fails to secure a firearm at all times when it is not in active use
HB92Gatschenberger, ChuckHB 92
 0667L.01I - Changes the minimum age at which a person can be issued a concealed carry endorsement from 21 years of age to 19 years of age
HB162Sommer, ChrissySpencer, BryanHB 162
 0819L.01P - Establishes the Missouri Firearms Freedom Act and changes the laws regarding firearms and concealed carry endorsements
HB170Guernsey, CaseyCurtman, PaulHCS HB 170
 0894H.05P - Specifies that a federal official must not enforce a federal firearm law when the firearm is manufactured and remains in the state and that any new federal law banning or restricting ownership of a semi-automatic firearm is unenforceable
HB187Newman, StaceyKirkton, JeanneHB 187
 0713L.01I - Requires that all sales or transfers of firearms be processed through a licensed firearms dealer
HB209Richardson, ToddHB 209
 1038H.01I - Specifies that a federal official must not enforce a federal firearm law when the firearm is manufactured and remains in the state and that any new federal law banning or restricting ownership of a semi-automatic firearm is unenforceable
HB276Brattin, RickCox, StanleyHB 276
 0608L.02I - Authorizes any school district to designate a teacher or administrator as a school protection officer who may carry concealed firearms after he or she has met specified minimum training requirements
HB335Hinson, DaveHough, LincolnHCS HB 335
 1212H.06P - Changes the laws regarding public safety
HB350Frederick, KeithCurtman, PaulHCS HB 350
 1071L.02C - Prohibits the publication of any identifying information of firearm owners and prohibits health care professionals from being required to inquire, document, or disclose a patient's status as a firearm owner
HB372Cox, StanleySmith, JasonHCS HB 372
 1135H.02P - Establishes the Business Premises Safety Act
HB379Kelley, MikeSpencer, BryanHB 379
 0912L.01I - Allows an applicant for a concealed carry endorsement to have the fingerprint background check be done anonymously for an additional fee
HB390Kratky, MicheleEnglish, KeithHB 390
 0898L.01I - Specifies that a person commits the crime of unlawful use of weapons if he or she possesses a firearm while also knowingly in possession of a specified amount of a controlled substance
HB392Kratky, MicheleEnglish, KeithHB 392
 0900L.01I - Revises the crime of unlawful use of weapons and requires the revocation of a concealed carry endorsement if the holder pleads guilty or is found guilty of a felony while in the possession of a firearm
HB420Curtman, PaulBurlison, EricHB 420
 1178L.01I - Specifies that in any jurisdiction in which the open carry of firearms is prohibited by ordinance the open carry cannot be prohibited if the person meets specified conditions
HB436Funderburk, DougJones, TimothySCS HCS HB 436
 1204S.04T - Establishes the Second Amendment Preservation Act which rejects all federal acts that infringe on a Missouri citizens' rights under the Second Amendment of the United States Constitution
HB485Hinson, DaveMuntzel, DaveHB 485
 1082L.01I - Creates the offense of unlawful possession or use of a firearm during the commission of a felony when prior felony offenders possess or use a firearm during a subsequent felony offense
HB494LaFaver, JeremyEllinger, RoryHB 494
 0946H.02I - Specifies that any person who owns, possesses, manufactures, purchases, or sells a high capacity firearm magazine will be guilty of a class D felony under certain circumstances
HB519Newman, StaceyWalton Gray, RochelleHB 519
 0882L.01I - Changes the laws regarding domestic violence
HB533Riddle, JeanieBernskoetter, MikeSCS HB 533
 1369S.03T - Changes the laws regarding firearms
HB537Zerr, AnneHicks, RonHB 537
 1581H.01I - Allows hunting privileges to be denied for up to 10 years for any person who kills another person while hunting
HB545Ellinger, RorySchupp, JillHB 545
 0776L.01I - Makes it a class C felony to manufacture, import, possess, purchase, sell, or transfer any assault weapon or large capacity magazine
HB630McCaherty, JohnCross, Gary L.HCS HB 630
 1719H.02P - Changes the laws regarding the Missouri Quality Jobs Act, the Manufacturing Jobs Act, and the Missouri International Business Advertising Fund
HB633Leara, MikeHB 633
 1733H.01I - Specifies that any member of the General Assembly who proposes legislation that further restricts an individual's right to bear arms will be guilty of a class D felony
HB639Brown, WandaHB 639
 1744H.01I - Prohibits health care professionals from entering information about firearm ownership into medical records and school employees from asking students about any firearms in their homes
HB640Parkinson, MarkDiehl, JohnHB 640
 1678H.02I - Establishes the forms of identification that may be accepted by a federally licensed firearms dealer for the purchase of a firearm
HB670Parkinson, MarkRoorda, JeffHB 670
 1234L.01I - Changes the terms of imprisonment for the crime of armed criminal action
HB732Hicks, RonRhoads, ShawnHB 732
 1867L.01I - Prohibits any health care professional, except a mental health professional, from inquiring of a patient whether the patient has a firearm in his or her home or on his or her property
HB754Sommer, ChrissyHicks, RonHB 754
 0746L.02I - Changes the requirements for a concealed carry endorsement and adds a concealed firearms exemption endorsement
HB787Richardson, ToddJones, TimothyHCS HB 787
 1991H.03P - Prohibits the Department of Revenue from retaining copies of source documents used to obtain driver's licenses and nondriver's licenses
HB818Ross, RobertSmith, JasonHB 818
 2026H.01I - Prohibits a state agency or department from constructing, enabling, maintaining, participating in, or developing a database of the number or type of firearms, ammunition, or accessories that an individual possesses
HB855Gatschenberger, ChuckHB 855
 2075H.02I - Prohibits the Department of Revenue from retaining copies of source documents used to obtain driver's licenses and nondriver's licenses
HB859Brattin, RickMcCaherty, JohnHCS HB 859
 2043L.03P - Changes the laws regarding concealed carry endorsements, firearms, the Department of Revenue, and school resource officers
HB872Schatz, DaveKolkmeyer, GlenHB 872
 2052L.01I - Removes the renewal requirements for concealed carry endorsements making them valid for life if not suspended or revoked
HB965Houghton, JayHansen, JimHB 965
 0480H.03I - Requires a hunter at least six years of age but less than 15 years of age to hunt in the immediate presence of an adult hunter with a valid hunter education certificate card
HB981Franklin, DianeHB 981
 2103H.01I - Allows a person to explode or ignite fireworks within 600 feet of a church if he or she obtains approval, in writing, from the church secretary at least 24 hours in advance
HB1000Frame, MichaelEnglish, KeithHB 1000
 1101H.01I - Establishes the Second Amendment Sales Tax Holiday which authorizes an annual state sales and use tax holiday on retail purchases of certain firearms
HB1001Frame, MichaelBurns, BobHB 1001
 1099H.01I - Prohibits any condemning authority from acquiring by eminent domain any real property where a commercial gun shop, hunting preserve, or shooting range is located
HB1022Jones, CalebHB 1022
 2095L.01I - Specifies that private businesses that post signage prohibiting weapons on the premises is liable for injury or damage to public invitees, business visitors, and employees as a result of the prohibition
HCR8Parkinson, MarkKelley, MikeHCR 8
 0150H.03I - A resolution against the adoption of a United Nations Arms Trade Treaty
HCR20Black, LindaHigdon, GalenHCR 20
 1247L.02I - Supports lawful legislative action which protects the rights of gun owners, addresses the mental health issues that threaten public safety, and ensures that only law-abiding citizens have access to firearms
HJR15Brattin, RickRiddle, JeanieHCS HJR 15
 0517L.04C - Proposes a constitutional amendment specifying that the right of every citizen to possess or purchase ammunition for the proper functioning of arms must not be infringed or limited
HJR35Jones, CalebJones, TimothyHCS HJR 35
 2105H.03C - Modifies constitutional provisions regarding the right to keep and bear arms
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