97th General Assembly, 1st Regular Session
House Bills Sponsored or Cosponsored by Representative Jay Houghton (043)
BillSponsorCoSponsor/Bill String
 Bill InformationCoSigner
HB667Houghton, JayJones, TimothyHB 667
 1648L.01I - Changes the Department of Agriculture to the Office of Agriculture with all of the same powers, functions, and duties as the current department contingent upon passage of a constitutional amendment
HB963Houghton, JayPfautsch, DonnaHB 963
 0602H.01I - Changes the laws regarding certain crimes committed on agricultural property
HB964Houghton, JayMcGaugh, Joe DonHB 964
 0613H.01I - Prohibits any court from issuing an injunction to stop or delay the construction of any licensed animal slaughter or processing facility based on a challenge or appeal of a permit, license, or certificate under environmental laws or the inspection provisions for meat processing plants
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
HCR34Houghton, JaySpencer, BryanHCR 34
 0496H.02I - Urges Congress and the U.S. Department of Agriculture to reevaluate the Healthy, Hunger-Free Kids Act of 2010
HJR29Houghton, JayJones, TimothyHJR 29
 1647H.02I - Proposes a constitutional amendment establishing the elected office of the Secretary of Agriculture and eliminates the Department of Agriculture as an executive department
HB56Thomson, MikeHoughton, JayHB 56
 0538L.01I - Establishes the Career and Technical Education Student Protection Act and the Career and Technical Education Board to oversee and coordinate career and technical education and student organizations' activities
HB170Guernsey, CaseyHoughton, JayHCS 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
HB224Berry, T.J.Houghton, JayHB 224
 0597L.02I - Requires the State Board of Education to establish rules to authorize school boards to lease advertising on school buses
HB253Berry, T.J.Houghton, JaySS HB 253
 0619S.05T - Changes the laws regarding the streamlined sales and use tax agreement, tax amnesty, the community development district tax, income tax, sales and use taxes, use tax nexus, and the transportation development tax
HB282Shumake, LindellHoughton, JayHB 282
 0471L.01I - Allows religious books to be used in public schools in certain situations as long as they are used in a manner that does not violate the Establishment Clause of the United States Constitution
HB316Phillips, DonHoughton, JayHB 316
 0844H.01T - Extends the expiration date of the Division of Tourism Supplemental Revenue Fund from the year 2015 to 2020
HB334Dugger, TonyHoughton, JayHB 334
 1230H.01P - Exempts farm work performed by children under 16 years of age from certain child labor requirements
HB350Frederick, KeithHoughton, JayHCS 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
HB377Kelley, MikeHoughton, JayHB 377
 1158L.01I - Removes the expiration date of certain provisions of the Open Meetings and Records Law
HB378Kelley, MikeHoughton, JayHB 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, MikeHoughton, JayHB 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, JohnHoughton, JayHB 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, JeanieHoughton, JayHCS HB 398
 1123H.03C - Allows an electrical corporation to file a petition with the Missouri Public Service Commission to recover specified infrastructure replacement costs
HB400Riddle, JeanieHoughton, JayHB 400
 0839L.01T - Establishes requirements for the administration of RU-486 or any other abortion-inducing drug or chemical
HB412Reiboldt, BillHoughton, JayHB 412
 1061H.01P - Increases the maximum amount of certificates of guaranty that the Missouri Agricultural and Small Business Development Authority may issue on a loan for livestock feed and crop input
HB413Fitzwater, PaulHoughton, JayHB 413
 1227L.01I - Extends the provisions regarding the tax credit for a Missouri wood energy producer and limits the total amount of tax credits to $4.5 million in any fiscal year
HB424Jones, CalebHoughton, JayHCS HB 424
 1291L.03C - Changes the laws regarding sheriffs
HB457Jones, TimothyHoughton, JaySCS 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
HB488Elmer, KevinHoughton, JayHB 488
 1459L.01I - Removes the exception for gross negligence from personal liability for members of the State Board of Chiropractic Examiners for acts committed in the performance of their official duties
HB496Pfautsch, DonnaHoughton, JayHB 496
 1287L.02I - Prohibits a merchant or lessor from imposing a surcharge on a holder who elects to use a credit or charge card for any sales or lease transaction, with exceptions
HB506Redmon, CraigHoughton, JayHB 506
 1499L.01I - Allows nursing home districts to establish and maintain senior housing in any third or fourth classification county
HB513Bahr, KurtHoughton, JayHCS HB 513
 0397H.02P - Specifies that parental liberty regarding the upbringing, education, and care of his or her children is a fundamental right which cannot be infringed on without demonstrating a governmental interest of the highest order
HB533Riddle, JeanieHoughton, JaySCS HB 533
 1369S.03T - Changes the laws regarding firearms
HB542Love, WarrenHoughton, JaySS SCS HB 542
 1170S.03T - Changes the laws regarding agriculture
HB564McGaugh, Joe DonHoughton, JayHCS HB 564
 1436H.03C - Changes the laws regarding the crimes of animal neglect and animal abuse and creates the crime of animal trespass
HB586Schieffer, EdHoughton, JayHCS HB 586
 1144L.02P - Guarantees the right to conduct and participate in rodeos in this state and prohibits a restriction on the conducting of or participation in rodeos
HB587Remole, TimHoughton, JayHB 587
 1595L.01I - Requires registered sexual offenders to vote at the office of the county clerk in their county or by absentee ballot
HB599Berry, T.J.Houghton, JayHB 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
HB608Frederick, KeithHoughton, JayHCS HB 608
 1378L.02C - Requires the MO HealthNet Division to establish a pilot program implementing an electronic benefit transfer payment system for receipt of MO HealthNet services by participating recipients
HB654Hansen, JimHoughton, JayHB 654
 1430H.01I - Allows for the issuance of a limited lines travel insurance producer license
HB672Korman, BartHoughton, JayHB 672
 0955L.03I - Prohibits bicycle operation on state roadways when there is a state bicycle path or trail running generally parallel and within two miles of a roadway with specified exceptions
HB689Bernskoetter, MikeHoughton, JayHB 689
 1543L.01I - Changes the design of the "Operation Enduring Freedom" and the "Operation Noble Eagle" license plates
HB690Korman, BartHoughton, JayHB 690
 0322H.03I - Adds hydrogen to the definition of "alternative fuel" and increases specified alternative fuel decal fees.
HB785Anderson, SonyaHoughton, JayHB 785
 1354H.01I - Changes the laws regarding the confiscation of animals
HB802Jones, CalebHoughton, JayHB 802
 1788L.01I - Requires moneys in a County Law Enforcement Restitution Fund to be used for specified purposes for sheriffs and prosecuting attorneys
HB804Redmon, CraigHoughton, JayHB 804
 2032H.01I - Increases membership of the Highways and Transportation Commission to seven commissioners and requires new appointees to be residents of different Department of Transportation geographic districts
HB811Cross, Gary L.Houghton, JayHB 811
 2041L.01I - Changes the goal that 3% of government contracts be awarded to service-disabled veteran businesses to 4% and appropriates $100,000 to veteran organizations
HB814Fraker, LyndallHoughton, JayHCS 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
HB817Ross, RobertHoughton, JayHB 817
 1776H.01I - Specifes that beginning in fiscal year 2015, moneys to be deposited into the Missouri Revolving Information Technology Trust Fund must be collected by the Office of Administration for actual costs incurred
HB818Ross, RobertHoughton, JayHB 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
HB826Wood, DavidHoughton, JayHB 826
 2055L.01I - Requires retail establishments selling potpourri or incense containing a chemical that also serves as a drug substitute to clearly label the product with the potential health effects of the chemical
HB831Jones, CalebHoughton, JayHB 831
 2059H.02I - Specifies that a person is guilty of a class A felony if a child dies as a result of injuries sustained from the abuse of a child
HB840Brown, WandaHoughton, JayHB 840
 2039H.01I - Requires the Department of Revenue to indemnify local fee offices if, during the course of its official duties and pursuant to state law or regulations, the fee office is sued
HB859Brattin, RickHoughton, JayHCS HB 859
 2043L.03P - Changes the laws regarding concealed carry endorsements, firearms, the Department of Revenue, and school resource officers
HB872Schatz, DaveHoughton, JayHB 872
 2052L.01I - Removes the renewal requirements for concealed carry endorsements making them valid for life if not suspended or revoked
HB874Richardson, ToddHoughton, JayHB 874
 2067H.02I - Authorizes a tax exemption for olympic medalists
HB944Schatz, DaveHoughton, JayHB 944
 2205H.01I - Prohibits the Department of Natural Resources from requiring existing permittees to meet more stringent standards of new water classifications unless there are federal or state funds available to cover the costs of any upgrades
HB1035Kelley, MikeHoughton, JayCCS#2 SCS HCS HB 1035
 2235H.05T - Changes the laws regarding political subdivisions
HCR7Pfautsch, DonnaHoughton, JayHCR 7
 0598L.01I - Directs the State Historical Society of Missouri to develop plans, ideas and proposals to commemorate and celebrate the State of Missouri's bicentennial in 2021
HCR32Schatz, DaveHoughton, JayHCR 32
 2186H.01I - Urges the U.S. Congress to support the development of a rare earth element refinery and create a Thorium Bank
HJR14Jones, TimothyHoughton, JayHCS#2 HJR 14
 0153H.12P - Proposes a constitutional amendment authorizing the General Assembly to issue bonds to fund higher education improvements, construction, landscaping, land or building purchases, and transportation infrastructure
HJR19Bahr, KurtHoughton, JayHJR 19
 0869L.01I - Proposes a constitutional amendment specifying that each citizen has an inherent liberty that includes being able to make decisions regarding lawful health care related services or products
HRM1Marshall, NickHoughton, JayHRM 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
59 Records
12/13/2017 10:28:23 PM