February 1, 2001 House Activity Register
Missouri House of Representatives
Daily Activity Register
For Activities Recorded on February 1, 2001

HB68
Creates a death penalty commission and imposes a moratorium on executions. (LR# 0612L- 01I)
HB 0068
Referred: Criminal Law (H)
HB86
Prohibits licensed game retailers from selling or allowing their employees to sell lottery tickets to employees and prohibits employees from purchasing lottery tickets at their place of employment (LR# 0280L- 01I)
HB 0086
Referred: Miscellaneous Bills and Resolutions (H)
HB102
Establishes state penalties for violation of the federal Natural Gas Pipeline Safety Act; makes municipalities that own gas plants subject to Public Service Commission penalties. (LR# 0603L- 01I)
HB 0102
Referred: Miscellaneous Bills and Resolutions (H)
HB190
Removes $500 loss limit on gaming boats and prohibits gaming commission from limiting amount of time an individual may spend aboard gaming boats. (LR# 0735L- 01I)
HB 0190
Referred: Miscellaneous Bills and Resolutions (H)
HB215
Reallocates tax credits and amends various other provisions pertaining to distressed communities. Repeals the Missouri Individual Training Account Program. (LR# 0218L- 01I)
HB 0215
Committee: Ways and Means (H)
Re-referred to committee (H)
Referred: Commerce and Economic Development
HB265
Revises death penalty law. (LR# 0853L- 01I)
HB 0265
Referred: Criminal Law (H)
HB301
Enacts weekend voting procedures for all elections, ending August 31, 2004. (LR# 0726L- 02I)
HB 0301
Referred: Elections (H)
HB303
Allows certain liquor licensees in Camden, Miller and Morgan counties to apply for a 3:00 a.m. liquor permit. (LR# 1034L- 01I)
HB 0303
Referred: Local Government and Related Matters (H)
HB304
Establishes subdistricts in the fire protection districts of Moline Acres and Blackjack; allows all fire protection district vacancies to be filled by appointment. (LR# 0763L- 02I)
HB 0304
Referred: Local Government and Related Matters (H)
HB305
Establishes subdistricts in the school district of Riverview Gardens. (LR# 0759L- 01I)
HB 0305
Referred: Education-Elementary and Secondary (H)
HB306
Enacts the Agricultural Producer Protection Act. (LR# 0600L- 01I)
HB 0306
Referred: Agriculture (H)
HB307
Expands the authority of soil and water conservation subdistrict board members and amends the requirements for being a subdistrict board member. (LR# 0594L- 01I)
HB 0307
Referred: Agriculture (H)
HB308
Amends the section authorizing tax credits for investments in new generation cooperatives. (LR# 1121L- 01I)
HB 0308
Referred: Agriculture (H)
HB309
Allows appropriations to community colleges for surface parking areas. (LR# 0997L- 01I)
HB 0309
Referred: Fiscal Review and Government Reform
HB312
Limits motorcycle helmet requirement to those under age twenty-one. (LR# 0705L- 01I)
HB 0312
Referred: Transportation (H)
HB313
Revises certain gaming definitions. (LR# 0776L- 01I)
HB 0313
Referred: Miscellaneous Bills and Resolutions (H)
HB314
Provides for the licensure of baccalaureate social workers. (LR# 0586L- 01I)
HB 0314
Referred: Professional Registration & Licensing (H)
HB315
Establishes the Office of State Ombudsman for Recipients of Mental Health Services in the Lieutenant Governor's Office. (LR# 0967L- 01I)
HB 0315
Referred: Fiscal Review and Government Reform
HB316
Revises liquor control law. (LR# 1093L- 01I)
HB 0316
Referred: Local Government and Related Matters (H)
HB317
Requires certain children to receive hepatitis A immunizations. (LR# 0636L- 02I)
HB 0317
Referred: Children, Families, and Health
HB318
Requires all public retirement plans to file proposed rules with the Joint Committee on Public Employee Retirement. (LR# 0950L- 01I)
HB 0318
Referred: Retirement (H)
HB319
Beginning January 1, 2002, increases the state income tax deduction for all retirement benefits from six thousand dollars to seven thousand two hundred dollars and increases income caps. (LR# 0978L- 01I)
HB 0319
Referred: Ways and Means (H)
HB320
Revises watercraft safety and operating standards. (LR# 0415L- 01I)
HB 0320
Referred: Public Safety, Law Enforcement and Veteran Affairs
HB321
Extends the termination date on the Kansas City public transportation sales tax from 2001 to 2003. (LR# 0925L- 01I)
HB 0321
Referred: Urban Affairs (H)
HB323
Permits roaming wild hogs to be killed by property owners. (LR# 1097L- 01I)
HB 0323
Referred: Conservation, State Parks, and Mining
HB324
Outlaws bestiality. (LR# 0947L- 01I)
HB 0324
Referred: Criminal Law (H)
HB325
Exempts twenty-five percent of all newly approved school bond moneys from salary compliance; allocates all of such moneys to capital projects. (LR# 0602L- 01I)
HB 0325
Referred: Education-Elementary and Secondary (H)
HB326
Changes the method of distributing certain gambling and lottery funds to schools. (LR# 0780L- 02I)
HB 0326
Referred: Education-Elementary and Secondary (H)
HB327
Extends the expiration of the Petroleum Storage Tank Insurance Fund and changes various board duties. (LR# 1098L- 01I)
HB 0327
Referred: Commerce and Economic Development
HB329
Expands eligibility for medical assistance to include persons who are aged, blind or disabled with annual incomes of up to one hundred percent of the federal poverty level. (LR# 0927L- 01I)
HB 0329
Referred: Social Services, Medicaid and the Elderly (H)
HB331
Increase the courthouse restoration surcharge on civil cases in St. Louis City from thirty-five to forty-five dollars. (LR# 1156L- 01I)
HB 0331
Referred: Judiciary (H)
HB332
Regulates the sale of certain funeral merchandise. (LR# 0999L- 01I)
HB 0332
Referred: Commerce and Economic Development
HB333
Creates special license plate for coroners and medical examiners. (LR# 1189L- 01I)
HB 0333
Referred: Motor Vehicle & Traffic Regulations (H)
HB334
Makes the "recalculated levy" for school district permanent; revises the line 14 categorical. (LR# 0804L- 01I)
HB 0334
Referred: Education-Elementary and Secondary (H)
HB336
Expands the classes of persons entitled to be excused from jury duty to include persons licensed to practice veterinary medicine and persons serving as state legislators. (LR# 1190L- 01I)
HB 0336
Referred: Judiciary (H)
HB337
Makes several revisions to alcohol-related offenses, and creates crime of recklessly contributing to an accident. (LR# 0588L- 01I)
HB 0337
Referred: Criminal Law (H)
HB338
Establishes a St. Louis Riverfront Commission. (LR# 0996L- 01I)
HB 0338
Referred: Municipal Corporations (H)
HB339
Enacts the Safe Place for Newborns Act of 2001. (LR# 1080L- 02I)
HB 0339
Referred: Children, Families, and Health
HB340
Authorizes new civil penalties for violation of certain liquor control provisions. (LR# 1123L- 01I)
HB 0340
Referred: Local Government and Related Matters (H)
HB341
Mandates health insurance coverage for hearing aids. (LR# 1026L- 01I)
HB 0341
Referred: Insurance (H)
HB342
Allows donation of additional equipment, including motor vehicles, to any public fire protection entity, under certain conditions. (LR# 1073L- 01I)
HB 0342
Referred: Judiciary (H)
HB343
Requires all local news, weather and sports broadcasts by television stations to have real-time captioning. (LR# 1088L- 01I)
HB 0343
Referred: Critical Issues ,Consumer Protection and Housing
HB344
Creates a state income tax credit for all personal property taxes paid by active duty military personnel. (LR# 1091L- 01I)
HB 0344
Referred: Ways and Means (H)
HB345
Increases the resource limits for public assistance eligibility for single and married persons. (LR# 0234L- 01I)
HB 0345
Referred: Social Services, Medicaid and the Elderly (H)
HB346
Limits access by offenders to personal information. (LR# 0146L- 02I)
HB 0346
Referred: Correctional & State Institutions (H)
HB347
Requires the Board of Probation and Parole to provide probation services on all criminal nonsupport cases. (LR# 0753L- 01I)
HB 0347
Referred: Correctional & State Institutions (H)
HB348
Regulates check-cashing businesses. (LR# 0751L- 01I)
HB 0348
Referred: Banks and Financial Institutions (H)
HB349
Makes various changes regarding protection of the elderly laws. (LR# 0027L- 01I)
HB 0349
Referred: Criminal Law (H)
HB350
Amends statutes pertaining to community cleanup activities. (LR# 0849L- 01I)
HB 0350
Referred: Commerce and Economic Development
HB351
Promotes higher education community service learning programs. (LR# 0246L- 01I)
HB 0351
Referred: Education-Higher (H)
HB352
Promotes elementary and secondary community service learning programs. (LR# 0250L- 01I)
HB 0352
Referred: Education-Elementary and Secondary (H)
HB353
Changes the notice requirements for successors in title seeking to recover rents from tenants. (LR# 0833L- 01I)
HB 0353
Referred: Civil and Administrative Law (H)
HB354
Makes it a crime to sell or attempt to sell a child. (LR# 1030L- 01I)
HB 0354
Referred: Criminal Law (H)
HB355
Allows adopted adults to have access to their original birth certificates without a court order. (LR# 1160L- 01I)
HB 0355
Referred: Children, Families, and Health
HB356
Prohibits utilities from charging consumers for underbilling mistakes made by the utility if a correction is not made within ninety days. (LR# 0905L- 01I)
HB 0356
Referred: Utilities Regulation (H)
HB357
Creates the Family and Community Trust. (LR# 0046L- 01I)
HB 0357
Referred: Critical Issues ,Consumer Protection and Housing
HB359
Creates a state income tax credit for individuals who build universal design homes within this state. (LR# 0949L- 03I)
HB 0359
Referred: Ways and Means (H)
HB360
Restricts fees allowed to be charged for check-cashing services and which prohibits charging an interest rate in excess of thirty percent annual percentage rate on a small loan. (LR# 0871L- 03I)
HB 0360
Referred: Banks and Financial Institutions (H)
HB361
Authorizes conveyance of certain state water rights to Clarence Cannon Wholesale Water Commission. (LR# 1033L- 01I)
HB 0361
Referred: Correctional & State Institutions (H)
HB363
Requires regular detail base budget review procedures for all state departments. (LR# 0785L- 01I)
HB 0363
Referred: Fiscal Review and Government Reform
HB364
Allows foster parents to claim a dependency deduction on their state income tax returns. (LR# 0772L- 01I)
HB 0364
Referred: Ways and Means (H)
HB365
Expedites the process of adopting a foster child by waiving the six-month waiting period. (LR# 0773L- 01I)
HB 0365
Referred: Children, Families, and Health
HB366
Disallows a state income tax deduction for retirement benefits to the extent the same are otherwise excluded or deducted from federal or Missouri adjusted gross income. (LR# 0788L- 02I)
HB 0366
Referred: Ways and Means (H)
HB367
Authorizes nonemergenecy medical transportation programs. (LR# 0787L- 01I)
HB 0367
Withdrawn (H)
HB368
Requires persons at scene of accident or emergency to obey lawful orders of law enforcement officers. (LR# 0786L- 01I)
HB 0368
Referred: Public Safety, Law Enforcement and Veteran Affairs
HB369
Revises death penalty law. (LR# 1062L- 01I)
HB 0369
Referred: Criminal Law (H)
HB372
Requires persons convicted of intoxication-related offenses and weapons offenses to pay an additional court fee to fund trauma centers. (LR# 0493L- 02I)
HB 0372
Referred: Criminal Law (H)
HB373
Provides for suspension of driver's license for persons found guilty of stealing motor fuel. (LR# 1099L- 01I)
HB 0373
Referred: Criminal Law (H)
HB374
Prohibits the buying and selling of stolen pets and creates the missing and stolen pet registry. (LR# 0288L- 02I)
HB 0374
Referred: Conservation, State Parks, and Mining
HB375
Creates a tax credit for donations to sexual violence crisis service centers. (LR# 0290L- 01I)
HB 0375
Referred: Ways and Means (H)
HB376
Enacts the Missouri Equalization of Local Governmental Services for Homeowners Act. (LR# 0286L- 01I)
HB 0376
Referred: Local Government and Related Matters (H)
HB377
Increases from 60 to 75 the number of days a retired teacher may work for the school system on a part-time or temporary basis. (LR# 0285L- 01I)
HB 0377
Referred: Retirement (H)
HB378
Increases statute of limitations for rape prosecution to eight years. (LR# 0294L- 01I)
HB 0378
Referred: Criminal Law (H)
HB380
Amends the statutory provisions relating to the sale of tobacco products. (LR# 1040L- 01I)
HB 0380
Referred: Local Government and Related Matters (H)
HB381
Creates felony for sale or distribution of gray market cigarettes. (LR# 1128L- 01I)
HB 0381
Referred: Local Government and Related Matters (H)
HB382
Requires city approval of retail liquor licenses in the City of Kansas City. (LR# 1104L- 01I)
HB 0382
Referred: Local Government and Related Matters (H)
HB383
Amends the law regarding certain judicial personnel. (LR# 1184L- 01I)
HB 0383
Referred: Judiciary (H)
HB384
Removes the prohibition on the use of general revenue funds for certain Department of Health programs and includes dentists in planning for services in health care shortage areas. (LR# 0757L- 02I)
HB 0384
Referred: Children, Families, and Health
HB385
Provides joint rule-making authority for the four school retirement systems. (LR# 1117L- 01I)
HB 0385
Referred: Retirement (H)
HB386
Authorizes the Public School Retirement System to establish certain benefit plans. (LR# 1118L- 01I)
HB 0386
Referred: Retirement (H)
HB387
Increases eligibility for brownfield remediation to include non-brownfield property on or adjacent to brownfield parcel; allows expansion of brownfield tax credit. (LR# 0814L- 01I)
HB 0387
Referred: Commerce and Economic Development
HB388
Repeals the limit on deductibility of federal income tax paid by individuals and replaces the revenue which will be lost by Outstanding Schools Trust Fund from general revenue. (LR# 0976L- 01I)
HB 0388
Referred: Ways and Means (H)
HB389
Phases out the personal property tax on motor vehicles if funding is appropriated from the tobacco settlement trust fund. (LR# 0977L- 02I)
HB 0389
Referred: Ways and Means (H)
HB390
Creates the Missouri Homestead Act. (LR# 0712L- 01I)
HB 0390
Referred: Ways and Means (H)
HB391
Repeals sections and provisions which have been declared unconstitutional. (LR# 1272L- 01I)
HB 0391
Referred: Fiscal Review and Government Reform
HB392
Provides funding for federally qualified health centers. (LR# 0819L- 01I)
HB 0392
Referred: Social Services, Medicaid and the Elderly (H)
HB393
Requires licensure of all termite inspectors when engaging in inspections for real estate transactions. (LR# 1157L- 01I)
HB 0393
Referred: Professional Registration & Licensing (H)
HB394
Expands responsibility of the St. Louis Board of Police Commissioners. (LR# 1221L- 01I)
HB 0394
Referred: Municipal Corporations (H)
HB395
Provides for charter school employees retirement benefits. (LR# 1256L- 01I)
HB 0395
Referred: Retirement (H)
HB396
Creates the Board of Ionizing Radiation Technology. (LR# 1264L- 01I)
HB 0396
Referred: Professional Registration & Licensing (H)
HB397
Requires late fees on self-storage facility contracts to be in writing; sets optional ceiling for such fees. (LR# 1159L- 01I)
HB 0397
Referred: Commerce and Economic Development
HB398
Authorizes fire protection districts that provide emergency ambulance service to provide non-emergency ambulance service, with a fee, subject to voter approval. (LR# 1146L- 01I)
HB 0398
Referred: Local Government and Related Matters (H)
HB399
Allows for reimbursement of expenses in certain condemnation and inverse condemnation proceedings. (LR# 0095L- 01I)
HB 0399
Referred: Civil and Administrative Law (H)
HB400
Redefines the supervision of physician assistants by physicians. (LR# 0562L- 01I)
HB 0400
Referred: Professional Registration & Licensing (H)
HB421
Provides that consumption, not sale or provision, of intoxicating beverages is the proximate cause of injuries resulting from intoxication. (LR# 1100L- 01I)
HB 0421
Referred: Local Government and Related Matters (H)
HB512
Provides medical assistance to employed persons with disabilities pursuant to the federal Ticket to Work Act. (LR# 0573L- 02I)
HB 0512
Referred: Social Services, Medicaid and the Elderly (H)
HB586
Repeals obsolete labor law and updates and reorganizes existing sections concerning the Department of Labor and Industrial Relations. (LR# 1498L- 01I)
HB 0586
Withdrawn (H)
HB589
Removes from the banking statute the common law presumption that real and personal marital property is titled as tenancy by the entirety. (LR# 1506L- 01I)
HB 0589
Read second time (H)
HB590
The directors of the departments of economic development and revenue shall jointly administer the tax credit available to small businesses for access expenditures made in compliance with the ADA. (LR# 1560L- 01I)
HB 0590
Read second time (H)
HB591
Requires the Division of Aging to create and distribute a publication that provides a comprehensive listing of companies and organizations providing services for older adults. (LR# 1549L- 01I)
HB 0591
Read second time (H)
HB592
Creates the multicultural program and committee within the office of the lieutenant governor. (LR# 1509L- 01I)
HB 0592
Read second time (H)
HB593
Requires health insurers to treat mental health and chemical dependency in the same manner as other medical services. (LR# 1330L- 01I)
HB 0593
Read second time (H)
HB594
Expands the sales tax exemption for telecommunication services. (LR# 1559L- 01I)
HB 0594
Read second time (H)
HB595
Increases the eligibility for grant moneys to municipalities and counties for environmental assessments on brownfields. (LR# 1334L- 01I)
HB 0595
Read second time (H)
HB596
Clarifies the allowed consolidation between the planned industrial expansion authority and the land clearance for redevelopment authority in St. Louis City. (LR# 1423L- 01I)
HB 0596
Read second time (H)
HB597
Requires various gasoline specifications. (LR# 1558L- 01I)
HB 0597
Read second time (H)
HB598
Creates incentives for special education teachers. (LR# 1054L- 01I)
HB 0598
Read second time (H)
HB599
Further regulates the use of tax increment financing in the St. Louis metropolitan area. (LR# 1066L- 01I)
HB 0599
Read second time (H)
HB600
Authorizes conveyance between board of governors of Southwest Missouri State University and Southwest Missouri Ecumenical Center. (LR# 1133L- 01I)
HB 0600
Read second time (H)
HB601
Establishes a CWD certification program in the department of agriculture for the eradication of chronic wasting disease in captive elk herds in the state. (LR# 1438L- 01I)
HB 0601
Read second time (H)
HB602
Allows certain firefighters to elect to be covered under LAGERS. (LR# 1204L- 02I)
HB 0602
Read second time (H)
HB603
Establishes a Alzheimer's Awareness Day and requires minimum dementia specific training requirements for persons who care for individuals with dementia. (LR# 0783L- 02I)
HB 0603
Read second time (H)
HB604
Creates a character education grant program and fund. (LR# 1046L- 01I)
HB 0604
Read second time (H)
HB605
Allows two to fifteen year olds to obtain an ID card from the Department of Revenue. (LR# 1382L- 01I)
HB 0605
Read second time (H)
HB606
Changes and standardizes certain provisions regarding county recorders of deeds. (LR# 1543L- 02I)
HB 0606
Read second time (H)
HB607
Allows dentists licensed in another state to provide gratuitous dental services in this state for a period of not more than fourteen days. (LR# 1624L- 01I)
HB 0607
Read second time (H)
HB608
Requires resolution of suspensions of St Louis police personnel within 30 days. (LR# 1345L- 01I)
HB 0608
Read second time (H)
HB609
Prohibits certain DNR rules from being any stricter than federal regulations. (LR# 1648L- 01I)
HB 0609
Read second time (H)
HB610
Establishes the Missouri Universal Health Assurance Program. (LR# 1459L- 01I)
HB 0610
Read second time (H)
HB611
A portion of property tax collections shall be used for a geographic information system (GIS). (LR# 1500L- 01I)
HB 0611
Read second time (H)
HB612
Enacts the Community First Act to ensure compliance with the U.S Supreme court decision in Olmstead regarding the provision of Medicaid benefits. (LR# 1625L- 01I)
HB 0612
Introduced and read first time (H)
HB613
Allows fourth class cities in counties of the first classification to participate in the state weed and grass control program. (LR# 1063L- 01I)
HB 0613
Introduced and read first time (H)
HB614
Changes definition of "taxicab.". (LR# 1650L- 01I)
HB 0614
Introduced and read first time (H)
HB615
Increases the maximum allowable local sales tax for law enforcement from one-half of one percent to one percent. (LR# 0689L- 01I)
HB 0615
Introduced and read first time (H)
HB616
Clarifies the restriction on the use of conservation land. (LR# 1643L- 01I)
HB 0616
Introduced and read first time (H)
HB617
Requires the director of eco devo to reallocate 70% of unused income tax credits for community improvement under certain circumstances. Places a per project cap of $560,000 on reallocated credits. (LR# 0803L- 03I)
HB 0617
Introduced and read first time (H)
HB618
Allows ambulance districts to exchange contiguous territories. (LR# 1068L- 01I)
HB 0618
Introduced and read first time (H)
HB619
Places moratorium on new types of gaming and commissions study of effects of gaming on the state. (LR# 1646L- 01I)
HB 0619
Introduced and read first time (H)
HB620
Requires the Department of Health to develop recommendations on methods of reducing medication errors. (LR# 1551L- 01I)
HB 0620
Introduced and read first time (H)
HB621
Creates Missouri State Penitentiary Redevelopment Commission. (LR# 1649L- 01I)
HB 0621
Introduced and read first time (H)
HB622
Increases the vacation and holiday provisions for the St. Louis City police department. (LR# 1436L- 01I)
HB 0622
Introduced and read first time (H)
HB623
Requires that the underwriting of transportation bonds first be solicited from companies incorporated and having a principal office located in this state. . (LR# 1609L- 01I)
HB 0623
Introduced and read first time (H)
HB624
Authorizes the City of St. Louis to levy a tax for free band concerts. (LR# 1666L- 01I)
HB 0624
Introduced and read first time (H)
HB625
Adopts national certification bonuses for teachers, speech language pathologists and audiologists. (LR# 1385L- 01I)
HB 0625
Introduced and read first time (H)
HB626
Removes the Social Security number requirement on marriage licenses for applicants who do not have a Social Security number. (LR# 1565L- 01I)
HB 0626
Introduced and read first time (H)
HB627
Changes the election of presidential electors to a district by district method, with the two at-large electors going to the statewide popular vote winner. (LR# 0380L- 01I)
HB 0627
Introduced and read first time (H)
HB628
Creates a sales and use tax exemption for merchandise purchased for use in connection with a funeral, burial or cremation. (LR# 0839L- 01I)
HB 0628
Introduced and read first time (H)
HB629
Authorizes placement of motor vehicle registration renewal tabs on windshield. (LR# 1362L- 01I)
HB 0629
Introduced and read first time (H)
HB630
Changes the name of the Division of Mental Retardation and Developmental Disabilities to the Division of Developmental Disabilities. (LR# 1331L- 01I)
HB 0630
Introduced and read first time (H)
HB631
Amends various provisions regarding licensed dietitians. (LR# 1645L- 01I)
HB 0631
Introduced and read first time (H)
HB632
Modifies the law concerning invasion of privacy. (LR# 1563L- 01I)
HB 0632
Introduced and read first time (H)
HB633
A durable power of attorney cannot be executed until every member of the immediate family consent. (LR# 1360L- 01I)
HB 0633
Introduced and read first time (H)
HB634
Prohibits certain noncompetition contracts in the broadcasting industry. (LR# 1657L- 01I)
HB 0634
Introduced and read first time (H)
HCR4
Ratifies the Equal Rights Amendment. (LR# 0060L- 01I)
HCR0004
Referred: Critical Issues ,Consumer Protection and Housing
HCR5
Extends the Joint Interim Committee on Telecommunications and Energy to the Ninety-first General Assembly. (LR# 1064L- 01I)
HCR0005
Referred: Utilities Regulation (H)
HCR6
Urges the Governor, DNR, DOC and MoDOT to protest against the federal government's practice of controlling the flow of the Missouri River. (LR# 1162L- 02I)
HCR0006
Referred: Conservation, State Parks, and Mining
HCR10
Urges Congress to fully fund IDEA. (LR# 1524L- 01I)
HCR0010
Referred: Education-Elementary and Secondary (H)
HCR12
Urges Congress to consider establishing a strong remedial federal energy policy that delegates emergency powers to individual states. (LR# 1597L- 01I)
HCR0012
Referred: Utilities Regulation (H)
HCR13
Urges Congress to consent to the Southern Dairy Compact. (LR# 1401L- 01I)
HCR0013
Read second time (H)
Referred: Agriculture (H)
HCR14
Urges Congress to support the Railroad Retirement and Survivors Improvement Act. (LR# 1637L- 01I)
HCR0014
Read second time (H)
Referred: Retirement (H)
HCR15
Establishes a joint interim committee to study the issue of suicide prevention. (LR# 1427L- 02I)
HCR0015
Introduced and read first time (H)
HJR10
Proposes a consititutional amendment to allow voters the option of having excess total state revenues refunded or deposited in Highways and Transportation Fund. (LR# 1089L- 01I)
HJR0010
Referred: Fiscal Review and Government Reform
HJR11
Proposes a constitutional amendment to allow the City of St. Louis to revise or amend charter to provide for county officers. (LR# 0728L- 01I)
HJR0011
Referred: Miscellaneous Bills and Resolutions (H)
HJR12
Proposes a constitutional amendment repealing the Missouri Citizen's Commission on Compensation for Elected Officials. (LR# 1608L- 01I)
HJR0012
Read second time (H)
HR102
House Resolution: Downtown Rotary requests use of House Chamber. (LR# 1415L- 01I)
HR 0102
Referred: Miscellaneous Bills and Resolutions (H)
HR109
Ninety First General Assembly Rules of the House (LR# 1464L- 01I)
HR 0109
Referred: Rules, Joint Rules, Bills Perfected & Printed (H)
HR152
Allows the Eastern and Western District Federal Courts to use the House Chamber for swearing in of newly licensed members of the Missouri Bar. (LR# 1508L- 01I)
HR 0152
Referred: Miscellaneous Bills and Resolutions (H)
HR182
Proposes Rules of Procedure for the Committee on Ethics. (LR# 1481L- 01I)
HR 0182
Adopted (H)
HR186
House Resolution requesting use of House Chamber for the Silver Haired Legislature. (LR# 1631L- 01I)
HR 0186
Referred: Miscellaneous Bills and Resolutions (H)
HR200
Use of the House Chamber March 2, 9 and 16th to present Glory of Missouri Awards (LR# 1663L- 01I)
HR 0200
Referred: Miscellaneous Bills and Resolutions (H)
HR204
100th Birthday of Goldie Foster (LR# 0330C- 01I)
HR 0204
Offered (H)
Issued (H)
HR205
50th Wedding Anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. B. W. Curtis (LR# 0333C- 01I)
HR 0205
Offered (H)
Issued (H)
HR206
Congratulations to the Dexter High School Basketball Team (LR# 0274C- 03I)
HR 0206
Offered (H)
Issued (H)
HR207
66th Wedding Anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Marion Thompson (LR# 0328C- 01I)
HR 0207
Offered (H)
Issued (H)
HR208
Congratulations to Lauren Ashley Phillips (LR# 0322C- 01I)
HR 0208
Offered (H)
Issued (H)
HR209
Congratulations to Veronica Marie Brickman (LR# 0323C- 01)
HR 0209
Offered (H)
Issued (H)
HR210
50th Wedding Anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Robert F. Haefner (LR# 0341C- 01I)
HR 0210
Offered (H)
Issued (H)
HR211
In honor of Kenneth Grayum (LR# 0311C- 01I)
HR 0211
Offered (H)
Issued (H)
HR212
In honor of Freddie Ford (LR# 0312C- 01I)
HR 0212
Offered (H)
Issued (H)
HR213
In honor Robert McCoy (LR# 0313C- 01I)
HR 0213
Offered (H)
Issued (H)
HR214
In honor of Leonard "Dale" Ratliff (LR# 0314C- 01I)
HR 0214
Offered (H)
Issued (H)
HR215
In honor of Dennis Dolan (LR# 0315C- 01I)
HR 0215
Offered (H)
Issued (H)
HR216
In honor of John Brown (LR# 0316C- 01I)
HR 0216
Offered (H)
Issued (H)
HR217
In honor of Skip DuCharme (LR# 0252C- 01I)
HR 0217
Offered (H)
Issued (H)
HR218
Retirement of James Cottey (LR# 0324C- 01I)
HR 0218
Offered (H)
Issued (H)
HR219
In recognition of John T. Pierpont (LR# 0329C- 02I)
HR 0219
Offered (H)
Issued (H)

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