97th General Assembly, 1st Regular Session
House Bills Sponsored or Cosponsored by Representative Galen Higdon (011)
BillSponsorCoSponsor/Bill String
 Bill InformationCoSigner
HB35Higdon, GalenHB 35
 0058L.02I - Creates the Alcohol and Tobacco Control Trust Fund consisting of specified fees collected by the Director of Revenue to be used for the administration and regulation of the liquor control and tobacco laws
HB36Higdon, GalenHB 36
 0059L.01I - Requires the Amber Alert System Oversight Committee to adopt criteria to expand the Amber Alert System to provide peace officer safety alerts
HB67Higdon, GalenHB 67
 0057L.01I - Allows a local law enforcement officer to provide assistance outside his or her jurisdiction upon the request of or permission granted by specified law enforcement agencies
HB464Higdon, GalenHampton, KentHCS HB 464
 0647H.04C - Changes the laws regarding sheriffs
HB468Higdon, GalenHCS HB 468
 1249H.04P - Changes the laws regarding public safety
HB469Higdon, GalenEnglish, KeithHB 469
 1239H.01I - Requires political subdivisions using automated traffic enforcement systems to distribute the fines to local school districts to be used for transportation purposes
HB575Higdon, GalenEllinger, RoryHB 575
 1549L.01I - Changes the laws regarding criminal procedure as it relates to obtaining and using eyewitness identification testimony, in-custody informant testimony, and the identification, collection, and preservation of biological evidence
HB770Higdon, GalenHB 770
 1983H.01I - Requires any person who holds himself or herself out as a radiologist assistant or radiology technician to be licensed by the State Board of Registration for the Healing Arts
HB86Ruzicka, DonHigdon, GalenHB 86
 0300L.01I - Establishes the MODEX Fund and deposits one-half of the charges collected by traffic violation bureaus for law enforcement services into the fund to support the operational costs of the MODEX system
HB170Guernsey, CaseyHigdon, GalenHCS 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
HB177Koenig, AndrewHigdon, GalenHB 177
 0836L.01I - Establishes the Abortion-inducing Drugs Safety Act which places restrictions on abortion-inducing drugs
HB179Koenig, AndrewHigdon, GalenHCS HB 179
 0440L.02C - Specifies that the State Board of Education and other public school entities must encourage students to explore scientific questions and assist teaching strengths and weakneses of scientific theories of biological or chemical evolution
HB210Cox, StanleyHigdon, GalenHCS HB 210
 0415H.02P - Changes the laws regarding the Missouri Criminal Code
HB211Cox, StanleyHigdon, GalenHB 211
 0558H.01I - Changes the laws regarding the enforcement and servicing of real estate loans
HB214Cox, StanleyHigdon, GalenHB 214
 0556H.01I - Requires restitution to be paid through the office of the prosecuting or circuit attorney and authorizes certain administrative costs to be assessed and restitution to be taken from an inmate's account
HB280Barnes, JayHigdon, GalenHB 280
 1015H.01I - Changes the laws regarding certain sexual offenses
HB287McCaherty, JohnHigdon, GalenHB 287
 0924L.01I - Establishes a five-year statute of limitations for actions against a mental health professional for malpractice, negligence, or error
HB288McCaherty, JohnHigdon, GalenHB 288
 0220H.01I - Repeals the provision allowing an individual to assign, transfer, sell or otherwise convey the pregnancy resource center tax credit and removes the sunset for the pregnancy resource center and food pantry tax credits
HB299Schieber, RonaldHigdon, GalenHB 299
 1012H.01I - Extends to August 28, 2023, the provisions regarding Internet cyber crime law enforcement task forces and the Cyber Crime Investigation Fund which had expired
HB300Hubbard, PennyHigdon, GalenHB 300
 0444L.01I - Specifies that the criteria for domestic assault in the third degree includes three responses by law enforcement for alleged abuse or violation of an order of protection by the same person
HB350Frederick, KeithHigdon, GalenHCS 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
HB378Kelley, MikeHigdon, GalenHB 378
 1222L.01I - Prohibits a licensed pharmacy from being required to carry or maintain in inventory any specific prescription or nonprescription drug or device
HB379Kelley, MikeHigdon, GalenHB 379
 0912L.01I - Allows an applicant for a concealed carry endorsement to have the fingerprint background check be done anonymously for an additional fee
HB386McCaherty, JohnHigdon, GalenHB 386
 1187H.01I - Establishes the Abortion Ban for Sex Selection and Genetic Abnormalities Act of 2013 to prohibit an abortion solely due to the sex of the unborn child or a genetic abnormality diagnosis
HB398Riddle, JeanieHigdon, GalenHCS HB 398
 1123H.03C - Allows an electrical corporation to file a petition with the Missouri Public Service Commission to recover specified infrastructure replacement costs
HB399Riddle, JeanieHigdon, GalenHB 399
 1242H.01I - Specifies the procedure for the removal of the non-elected chief law enforcement officer of a political subdivision
HB400Riddle, JeanieHigdon, GalenHB 400
 0839L.01T - Establishes requirements for the administration of RU-486 or any other abortion-inducing drug or chemical
HB425Wilson, KennethHigdon, GalenHB 425
 1319H.01I - Specifies that all law enforcement officers are immune from personal civil liability for acts that are within the scope of their official duties, discretionary, and not performed in bad faith or with malice
HB454Koenig, AndrewHigdon, GalenHB 454
 0687L.01I - Allows pharmacists to administer all vaccines after appropriate training on the contraindications and adverse reactions to each vaccine
HB455Koenig, AndrewHigdon, GalenHCS HBs 455 & 297
 0441H.02P - Requires the Department of Social Services to seek a federal waiver to mandate the use of photo identification for continued eligibility in the food stamp program administered in this state
HB457Jones, TimothyHigdon, GalenSCS HCS HB 457
 0871S.06P - Specifies that anyone providing medical services cannot be required to perform or participate in activities that violate his or her conscience or principles
HB466Curtman, PaulHigdon, GalenHB 466
 1454L.01I - Establishes the Family Business Growth Act which allows up to two members of an employer's family to opt out of workers' compensation insurance
HB528Sommer, ChrissyHigdon, GalenHB 528
 1300L.01I - Establishes the Advisory Council on the Education of Gifted and Talented Children and requires the State Board of Education to designate a staff person in charge of gifted and talented education
HB555Burlison, EricHigdon, GalenHB 555
 0964L.01P - Exempts motorcyclists 21 years of age and older from wearing a helmet when operating a motorcycle or motortricycle and allows a temporary motorcycle instruction permit holder to renew the permit two additional times
HB570Smith, ClemHigdon, GalenHB 570
 0929L.01I - Establishes the Rosa Parks Observance Day Commission within the Governor's Office to organize and coordinate activities and events to celebrate her life and raise awareness of her legacy
HB599Berry, T.J.Higdon, GalenHB 599
 1615H.01I - Allows an applicant for a motor vehicle registration or renewal to make a $1 donation to the National World War I Museum at the Liberty Memorial in Kansas City
HB638Rhoads, ShawnHigdon, GalenHB 638
 1526L.01I - Increases penalties for moving violations and traffic offenses occurring within an active emergency zone
HB653Lauer, JeanieHigdon, GalenSCS HCS HB 653
 1650S.08P - Changes the laws regarding emergency communications services
HB694Kratky, MicheleHigdon, GalenHB 694
 1525L.01I - Establishes the Fair Fare Passenger Safety Act of 2013 which prohibits any person operating a motor vehicle for compensation and transporting passengers from using a hand-held wireless communications
HB725Phillips, DonHigdon, GalenHB 725
 1778H.01I - Specifies that a engineer or conductor of a locomotive or train cannot be required to display a driver's license to any law enforcement officer in connection with the operation of a locomotive or train
HB732Hicks, RonHigdon, GalenHB 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
HB738Lauer, JeanieHigdon, GalenHB 738
 1891L.01I - Adds making a terrorist threat to the list of offenses that school administrators must report
HB758Schieber, RonaldHigdon, GalenHB 758
 1620H.02I - Allows the Department of Natural Resources to designate certain areas within state parks as off-leash areas or dog parks
HB776Pace, SharonHigdon, GalenHB 776
 1794L.01I - Creates the crimes of assault of an employee of a mass transit system in the first, second, and third degree
HB814Fraker, LyndallHigdon, GalenHCS HB 814
 2030H.02C - Allows the Secretary of State to enter into an agreement with a nonprofit organization to print and distribute the Official State Manual
HB872Schatz, DaveHigdon, GalenHB 872
 2052L.01I - Removes the renewal requirements for concealed carry endorsements making them valid for life if not suspended or revoked
HB918Roorda, JeffHigdon, GalenHB 918
 2179L.01I - Waives business fees for a person who is a member of the Missouri National Guard or any other military branch, resides in Missouri, and shows proof to the Secretary of State of service
HB1035Kelley, MikeHigdon, GalenCCS#2 SCS HCS HB 1035
 2235H.05T - Changes the laws regarding political subdivisions
HCR8Parkinson, MarkHigdon, GalenHCR 8
 0150H.03I - A resolution against the adoption of a United Nations Arms Trade Treaty
HCR18English, KeithHigdon, GalenHCR 18
 1207H.01I - Requests the United States Congress to transfer authority for the remediation of the West Lake Landfill radioactive wastes from the EPA to the Corps of Engineers' Formerly Utilized Sites Remedial Action Program
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
HCR21Black, LindaHigdon, GalenHCR 21
 1358H.01I - Urges the U.S. Congress to pass a comprehensive Farm Bill
HJR16McCaherty, JohnHigdon, GalenSCS HJR 16
 0895S.02T - Proposes a constitutional amendment allowing relevant evidence of prior criminal acts to be admissible in prosecutions for crimes of a sexual nature involving a victim under 18 years of age
HJR25Koenig, AndrewHigdon, GalenHJR 25
 0783H.01I - Changes the laws regarding taxes by phasing out the income tax and replacing it with a sales tax
HRM1Marshall, NickHigdon, GalenHRM 1
 2259L.01I - Condemns the release of private protected information on concealed carry endorsements, remonstrates against executive departments, and demands the Governor investigate, discipline, and remove those responsible
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