February 8, 2001 House Activity Register
Missouri House of Representatives
Daily Activity Register
For Activities Recorded on February 8, 2001

HB1
To appropriate money to the Board of Fund Commissioners for the cost of issuing and processing State Water Pollution. (LR# 0001L- 01I)
HB 0001
Read second time (H)
Referred: Budget (H)
HB27
Regulates the sale of certain firearms. (LR# 0156L- 01I)
HB 0027
Referred: Special Comm on Sportsmanship, Safety, & Firearms
HB28
Expands crime of unlawful use of weapons. (LR# 0303L- 01I)
HB 0028
Referred: Special Comm on Sportsmanship, Safety, & Firearms
HB33
Allows prosecutors to carry concealed weapons. (LR# 0471L- 01I)
HB 0033
Referred: Special Comm on Sportsmanship, Safety, & Firearms
HB38
Changes law regarding crimes involving alcohol. (LR# 0468L- 01I)
HB 0038
Committee: Criminal Law (H)
Executive Session Held (H)
HCS VOTED DO PASS
HB46
Increases penalty for aiding the escape of a prisoner. (LR# 0064L- 01I)
HB 0046
Committee: Criminal Law (H)
Executive Session Held (H)
HCS VOTED DO PASS
HB57
Authorizes retired and certain former police officers to carry concealed weapons. (LR# 0238L- 01I)
HB 0057
Referred: Special Comm on Sportsmanship, Safety, & Firearms
HB73
Requires certain buildings to provide family restrooms. (LR# 0477L- 01I)
HB 0073
Committee: Children, Families, and Health
Executive Session Held (H)
ACTION POSTPONED
HB87
Requires insurance coverage for services provided by registered nurse first assistants and licensed physician assistants. (LR# 0593L- 01I)
HB 0087
Committee: Children, Families, and Health
Executive Session Held (H)
ACTION POSTPONED
HB88
Amends various provisions regarding managed care. (LR# 0691L- 02)
HCS HB 328 & 88
HCS Reported Do Pass (H)
HB111
Makes technical intersectional reference corrections to certain regulation of mattresses provisions. (LR# 0492L- 01I)
HB 0111
Committee: Children, Families, and Health
Executive Session Held (H)
VOTED DO PASS CONSENT
Reported Do Pass by Consent (H)
HB144
Requires check for outstanding arrest warrants before releasing a prisoner. (LR# 0515L- 04)
HCS HB 144 & 46
Committee: Criminal Law (H)
Executive Session Held (H)
HCS VOTED DO PASS
HCS Reported Do Pass (H)
HB157
Changes the time limits for issuing marriage licenses. (LR# 0774L- 01I)
HB 0157
Committee: Children, Families, and Health
Executive Session Held (H)
VOTED DO PASS CONSENT
Reported Do Pass by Consent (H)
HB205
Allows the Conservation Commission to administer a forest landowner cost-share incentive program to promote sustainable forestry on private lands. (LR# 0868L- 02)
HCS HB 205, 323 & 549
Committee: Conservation, State Parks, and Mining
Executive Session Held (H)
HCS VOTED DO PASS
HCS Reported Do Pass (H)
HB219
Amends various provisions of the fencing law. (LR# 0732L- 01I)
HB 0219
Reported Do Pass with amendments (H)
HCA 1
HB258
Allows concealed firearms. (LR# 0805L- 01I)
HB 0258
Referred: Special Comm on Sportsmanship, Safety, & Firearms
HB279
Expands the newborn screening requirements to include more treatable and manageable disorders. (LR# 0711L- 01I)
HB 0279
Committee: Children, Families, and Health
Executive Session Held (H)
ACTION POSTPONED
HB289
Allows the Public Service Commission to phase in any large increases to a water corporation's rates. (LR# 1051L- 01I)
HB 0289
Committee: Utilities Regulation (H)
Public Hearing Held (H)
HB302
Lowers the blood alcohol content level necessary for a conviction of driving with excessive blood alcohol content from .10 to .08. (LR# 0265L- 03)
HCS HB 302 & 38
Committee: Criminal Law (H)
Executive Session Held (H)
HCS VOTED DO PASS
HCS Reported Do Pass (H)
HB323
Permits roaming wild hogs to be killed by property owners. (LR# 1097L- 01I)
HB 0323
Committee: Conservation, State Parks, and Mining
Executive Session Held (H)
HCS VOTED DO PASS
HB328
Amends various provisions regarding managed care. (LR# 0691L- 02)
HCS HB 328 & 88
HCS Reported Do Pass (H)
HB401
Allows certain health care professionals to provide dental treatments and establishes a dental hygienist advisory commission. (LR# 1250L- 02I)
HB 0401
Referred: Professional Registration & Licensing (H)
HB402
Allows copies of certain records and reports to be mailed or faxed to treatment providers and therapists assigned to certain offenders. (LR# 1202L- 01I)
HB 0402
Referred: Correctional & State Institutions (H)
HB403
Extends open records exception for municipal electric utilities preparing for deregulation until December 31, 2003. (LR# 0881L- 01I)
HB 0403
Referred: Civil and Administrative Law (H)
HB404
Makes various changes to the laws regarding sheltered workshops. (LR# 1092L- 01I)
HB 0404
Referred: Miscellaneous Bills and Resolutions (H)
HB405
Increases the state income tax deduction for dependents from twelve hundred dollars to two thousand dollars. (LR# 1085L- 01I)
HB 0405
Referred: Ways and Means (H)
HB406
Creates procedure to review sentences of nonparolable prisoners. (LR# 0692L- 01I)
HB 0406
Referred: Correctional & State Institutions (H)
HB407
Regulates Internet access by minors in public schools and libraries. (LR# 1072L- 01I)
HB 0407
Referred: Civil and Administrative Law (H)
HB408
Authorizes conveyances of graves in public cemeteries back to the county or municipality in certain cases. (LR# 1086L- 01I)
HB 0408
Referred: Local Government and Related Matters (H)
HB409
Authorizes a conveyance between the Missouri National Guard and the City of Joplin. (LR# 1009L- 01I)
HB 0409
Referred: Correctional & State Institutions (H)
HB410
Allows expanded weed removal procedures in the City of St. Peter's. (LR# 1252L- 01I)
HB 0410
Referred: Local Government and Related Matters (H)
HB411
Creates the Large Animal Veterinary Medicine Loan Repayment Program. (LR# 1226L- 01I)
HB 0411
Referred: Agriculture (H)
HB412
Amends the egg dealers' and retailers' licensing fees. (LR# 1227L- 01I)
HB 0412
Referred: Agriculture (H)
HB413
Prevents substitute teachers who have withdrawn from a district's substitute list from drawing unemployment benefits from that district. (LR# 1229L- 01I)
HB 0413
Referred: Workers Compensation & Employment Security (H)
HB414
Requires facilities licensed by the Division of Aging to employ a food services director and requires long-term care facilities to employ a registered dietician. (LR# 0030L- 01I)
HB 0414
Referred: Social Services, Medicaid and the Elderly (H)
HB415
Requires a one-year waiting period before resubmission of defeated school bond issues. (LR# 0835L- 01I)
HB 0415
Referred: Education-Elementary and Secondary (H)
HB416
Establishes regulations and licensing provisions regarding the practice of naturopathic medicine. (LR# 0777L- 03I)
HB 0416
Referred: Professional Registration & Licensing (H)
HB419
Repeals a provision similar to one declared unconstitutional. (LR# 1320L- 01I)
HB 0419
Referred: Local Government and Related Matters (H)
HB420
Removes termination clause on Motorcycle Safety Education Program. (LR# 1233L- 01I)
HB 0420
Referred: Public Safety, Law Enforcement and Veteran Affairs
HB422
Creates heirloom birth certificates and marriage licenses suitable for display. (LR# 1076L- 02I)
HB 0422
Referred: Children, Families, and Health
HB424
Prohibits certain disclosures to parents of students in postsecondary education. (LR# 1028L- 01I)
HB 0424
Referred: Education-Higher (H)
HB426
Authorizes a deferred retirement option plan for certain retirement systems. (LR# 1312L- 01I)
HB 0426
Referred: Retirement (H)
HB427
Adopts a new voluntary five-level minimum teacher salary plan. (LR# 1169L- 01I)
HB 0427
Referred: Education-Elementary and Secondary (H)
HB428
Creates crime of eluding a law enforcement official. (LR# 1168L- 01I)
HB 0428
Referred: Public Safety, Law Enforcement and Veteran Affairs
HB429
Allows retired teachers to work in school districts with teacher shortages without losing retirement benefits. (LR# 1170L- 01I)
HB 0429
Referred: Education-Elementary and Secondary (H)
HB430
Creates the Policemen's and Sheriff's Deputies' Trust Fund, for minimum peace officer salaries. (LR# 1166L- 01I)
HB 0430
Referred: Public Safety, Law Enforcement and Veteran Affairs
HB431
Makes a technical correction regarding a reference to a federal law in section 190.500. (LR# 1346L- 01I)
HB 0431
Referred: Professional Registration & Licensing (H)
HB432
Amends the law regulating mortgage brokers and mortgages. (LR# 1253L- 01I)
HB 0432
Referred: Banks and Financial Institutions (H)
HB434
Increases the allowable population for enterprise zones not within metropolitan statistical areas from twenty thousand to twenty-five thousand inhabitants. (LR# 1003L- 01I)
HB 0434
Referred: Commerce (H)
HB435
Recognizes American Sign Language or any other generally accepted means of communication used by the deaf community and allows it to be treated as any other foreign language. (LR# 1365L- 01I)
HB 0435
Referred: Education-Higher (H)
HB436
Enacts Missouri Airport Protection Act provides new airport safety regulation. (LR# 1000L- 01I)
HB 0436
Referred: Local Government and Related Matters (H)
HB437
Amends the laws regarding vehicle emission testing. (LR# 1263L- 02I)
HB 0437
Referred: Environment and Energy (H)
HB438
Amends various provisions regarding motor vehicle emission testing. (LR# 1262L- 02I)
HB 0438
Referred: Environment and Energy (H)
HB439
Requires Department of Corrections to reimburse counties for certain prosecutors' pay. (LR# 1230L- 01I)
HB 0439
Referred: Correctional & State Institutions (H)
HB440
Expands DNA profiling system to include all convicted felons. (LR# 1203L- 01I)
HB 0440
Referred: Criminal Law (H)
HB442
Exempts certain public hospital records and meetings from the provisions of chapter 610, RSMo. (LR# 1368L- 01I)
HB 0442
Referred: Civil and Administrative Law (H)
HB444
Revises Criminal Activity Forfeiture Act. (LR# 0931L- 01I)
HB 0444
Referred: Miscellaneous Bills and Resolutions (H)
HB445
Corrects certain statutory cross-references in Chapter 288 of the Revised Statutes of Missouri. (LR# 1352L- 01I)
HB 0445
Referred: Workers Compensation & Employment Security (H)
HB446
Revises the industrial classification system for determination of unemployment contributions. (LR# 1351L- 01I)
HB 0446
Referred: Workers Compensation & Employment Security (H)
HB447
Creates Advisory Committee for Electronic Commerce. (LR# 1379L- 01I)
HB 0447
Referred: Commerce and Economic Development
HB448
Changes the reassessment cycle for real property taxation from every two to every four years. (LR# 1375L- 01I)
HB 0448
Referred: Ways and Means (H)
HB452
Expands eligible beneficiaries of Vocational Enterprises Program of the Department of Corrections. (LR# 1246L- 01I)
HB 0452
Referred: Correctional & State Institutions (H)
HB453
Extends the sunset on fee collection for the Missouri Emergency Response Commission by ten years. (LR# 1171L- 01I)
HB 0453
Referred: Environment and Energy (H)
HB454
Creates a good cause exception for removal of a guardian upon dissolution of marriage. (LR# 1083L- 01I)
HB 0454
Referred: Judiciary (H)
HB455
Provides for canine-handler training and standards. (LR# 1249L- 01I)
HB 0455
Referred: Miscellaneous Bills and Resolutions (H)
HB456
Reduces the minimum age of eligibility for jury service from 21 to 18 years and excuses from jury service full-time students not residing within twenty miles of where the summons is issued. (LR# 1363L- 01I)
HB 0456
Referred: Judiciary (H)
HB457
Creates School Building Property Tax Relief Fund grant program for school capital improvements; funds program through incremental use of gaming proceeds. (LR# 0930L- 02I)
HB 0457
Referred: Education-Elementary and Secondary (H)
HB459
Revises the law regarding responsibilities and obligations of reinsurers and liquidators. (LR# 1208L- 01I)
HB 0459
Referred: Insurance (H)
HB460
Exempts used manufactured homes and certain used modular units from complying with manufactured housing codes. (LR# 1428L- 01I)
HB 0460
Referred: Commerce and Economic Development
HB461
Modifies the grandparent visitation provisions. (LR# 0685L- 01I)
HB 0461
Referred: Children, Families, and Health
HB462
Makes various amendments regarding the practice of pharmacy. (LR# 1094L- 01I)
HB 0462
Referred: Professional Registration & Licensing (H)
HB464
Removes from the original jurisdiction of the juvenile/family courts cases involving violations of traffic laws by children over fifteen years of age or violations of tobacco laws by children. (LR# 1432L- 01I)
HB 0464
Referred: Civil and Administrative Law (H)
HB465
Modifies statutory provisions regarding licensure of nursing home administrators. (LR# 1359L- 01I)
HB 0465
Referred: Professional Registration & Licensing (H)
HB467
Creates certain evidentiary rights for defendants in driver's license suspension and revocation cases. (LR# 1405L- 01I)
HB 0467
Referred: Civil and Administrative Law (H)
HB468
Requires all meetings and hearings of the State Board of Registration for the Healing Arts to be conducted in Jefferson City. (LR# 1403L- 01I)
HB 0468
Referred: Professional Registration & Licensing (H)
HB469
Requires certificates of registration for physicians to be easily readable from a reasonable distance. (LR# 1402L- 01I)
HB 0469
Referred: Professional Registration & Licensing (H)
HB470
Creates Sgt. Robert Kimberling Memorial Highway. (LR# 1342L- 01I)
HB 0470
Referred: Transportation (H)
HB471
Adds the drug "ecstasy" to drug trafficking statutes. (LR# 1287L- 01I)
HB 0471
Referred: Criminal Law (H)
HB472
Allows political subdivisions to establish permit procedures for public utility right-of-way users; allows utilities to pass costs of such permits to consumer. (LR# 1277L- 01I)
HB 0472
Referred: Local Government and Related Matters (H)
HB474
Requires uninsured motorists to pay certain property and out-of-pocket medical expenses before seeking damages, and bars drunk drivers and certain uninsured motorists from noneconomic damages. (LR# 1389L- 01I)
HB 0474
Referred: Judiciary (H)
HB475
Increases minimum teachers' salaries. (LR# 1387L- 01I)
HB 0475
Referred: Education-Elementary and Secondary (H)
HB476
Creates crime of driving with excessive blood alcohol content. (LR# 1388L- 01I)
HB 0476
Referred: Criminal Law (H)
HB477
Creates alternative method of obtaining temporary driving permit. (LR# 1439L- 01I)
HB 0477
Referred: Motor Vehicle & Traffic Regulations (H)
HB478
Provides for the temporary emergency commitment of a person with active tuberculosis. (LR# 1408L- 02I)
HB 0478
Referred: Children, Families, and Health
HB479
Substantially revises peace officer selection and training laws. (LR# 0882L- 01I)
HB 0479
Referred: Public Safety, Law Enforcement and Veteran Affairs
HB480
Eliminates the local sales and use tax on food and replaces lost local revenue by reducing the state income tax deduction for individuals for federal income taxes. (LR# 1278L- 01I)
HB 0480
Referred: Ways and Means (H)
HB481
Allows donation of additional equipment, including motor vehicles, to any public fire protection entity, under certain conditions. (LR# 1376L- 01I)
HB 0481
Referred: Judiciary (H)
HB482
Freezes the assessed value of certain real property owned by persons 65 years of age and older which is used as a principal residence. (LR# 1456L- 01I)
HB 0482
Referred: Ways and Means (H)
HB483
Creates crime of indecent solicitation of a child. (LR# 1378L- 01I)
HB 0483
Referred: Criminal Law (H)
HB484
Establishes an Advisory Commission for Dental Hygienists. (LR# 1386L- 01I)
HB 0484
Referred: Professional Registration & Licensing (H)
HB485
Authorizes road signs directing travelers to state vo-tech schools. (LR# 1355L- 01I)
HB 0485
Referred: Transportation (H)
HB486
Creates mandatory vision screenings for first grade, kindergarten and Head Start students; provides lists of sources for such exams; funds exams for certain students. (LR# 0660L- 03I)
HB 0486
Referred: Children, Families, and Health
HB489
Expands college grant program for permanently injured or killed workers' spouses or children to include volunteer firefighters and reserve peace officers. (LR# 1404L- 01I)
HB 0489
Referred: Education-Higher (H)
HB491
Eliminates the office of city marshal in third class cities that contract for police service. (LR# 0807L- 01I)
HB 0491
Referred: Municipal Corporations (H)
HB496
Authorizes Elk's Lodge license plate. (LR# 1371L- 01I)
HB 0496
Referred: Motor Vehicle & Traffic Regulations (H)
HB497
Reduces the fire education tax from 3% to 5/10 of 1% of the difference between insurance premium taxes collected during the preceding fiscal year and during 1997. (LR# 1450L- 01I)
HB 0497
Referred: Local Government and Related Matters (H)
HB498
Changes the petitioning provisions for opting out of the city manager form of government for the City of DeSoto. (LR# 1326L- 01I)
HB 0498
Referred: Local Government and Related Matters (H)
HB499
Regulates natural gas suppliers. (LR# 1340L- 01I)
HB 0499
Referred: Utilities Regulation (H)
HB500
Establishes an advisory commission for dental hygienists and allows certain health care professionals to provide dental care. (LR# 0888L- 01I)
HB 0500
Referred: Professional Registration & Licensing (H)
HB549
Requires persons who illegally kill a deer to pay restitution to the state. (LR# 1434L- 01I)
HB 0549
Committee: Conservation, State Parks, and Mining
Executive Session Held (H)
HCS VOTED DO PASS
HB576
Authorizes the General Assembly, for 2001, to make a one-time transfer of up to five million dollars to the Utilicare Stabilization Fund. (LR# 1546L- 01I)
HB 0576
Committee: Utilities Regulation (H)
Public Hearing Held (H)
HB592
Creates the Multicultural Program and Committee within the Office of the Lieutenant Governor. (LR# 1509L- 01I)
HB 0592
Referred: Fiscal Review and Government Reform
HB594
Expands the sales tax exemption for telecommunication services. (LR# 1559L- 01I)
HB 0594
Referred: Ways and Means (H)
HB639
Requires unclaimed property on a dead body to be delivered to the public administrator. (LR# 1710L- 01I)
HB 0639
Withdrawn (H)
HB646
Makes various changes regarding the health insurance pool. (LR# 1627L- 01I)
HB 0646
Referred: Insurance (H)
HB670
Regulates the use of portable telecommunications devices while operating a motor vehicle. (LR# 1392L- 01I)
HB 0670
Read second time (H)
HB671
Increases from the current 80% to 100% the cost of living adjustment for state retirement benefits. (LR# 1011L- 01I)
HB 0671
Read second time (H)
HB672
Increases to 1.7% the annuity factor for certain state retirement systems. (LR# 1010L- 01I)
HB 0672
Read second time (H)
HB673
Regulates the sales of life settlements. (LR# 1531L- 01I)
HB 0673
Read second time (H)
HB674
Allows former members of the General Assembly to be appointed special consultants on retirement matters. (LR# 1672L- 01I)
HB 0674
Read second time (H)
HB675
Regulates deferred presentment services. (LR# 1771L- 01I)
HB 0675
Read second time (H)
HB676
Regulates the transfer of utility generation assets; amends utility taxation and rate laws. (LR# 1283L- 01I)
HB 0676
Read second time (H)
HB677
Revises Article 9 of the Uniform Commercial Code, concerning secured transactions. (LR# 1130L- 02I)
HB 0677
Read second time (H)
HB678
Amends various campaign ethics laws. (LR# 0952L- 01I)
HB 0678
Read second time (H)
HB679
Allows state employees to take a leave of absence to serve as a bone marrow or human organ donor. (LR# 1685L- 01I)
HB 0679
Read second time (H)
HB680
Creates a zero expenditure minimum for new services for purposes of the certificate of need laws. (LR# 1726L- 01I)
HB 0680
Read second time (H)
HB681
Authorizes "Hearing Impaired Kids Endowment Fund, Inc." license plate. (LR# 1670L- 01I)
HB 0681
Read second time (H)
HB682
Creates a state income tax deduction for individuals in an amount equal to one hundred percent of health insurance premiums. (LR# 1002L- 01I)
HB 0682
Read second time (H)
HB683
Disseminates information to, and enacts protections for, college students regarding consumer credit and merchandising. (LR# 0710L- 01I)
HB 0683
Read second time (H)
HB684
Revises "amateur radio" license plate law. (LR# 1736L- 01I)
HB 0684
Read second time (H)
HB685
Substantially revises transportation laws. (LR# 1570L- 01I)
HB 0685
Read second time (H)
HB686
Establishes a compelling state interest test for restrictions on free exercise of religion. (LR# 1424L- 01I)
HB 0686
Read second time (H)
HB687
Authorizes window decal registration renewal tabs for motor vehicles. (LR# 1655L- 01I)
HB 0687
Read second time (H)
HB688
Makes various changes to the health insurance pool. (LR# 1458L- 01I)
HB 0688
Read second time (H)
HB689
Authorizes fire protection districts to impose a voter-approved sales tax which shall result in a property tax reduction. (LR# 1422L- 02I)
HB 0689
Read second time (H)
HB690
Enacts procedures relating to the exposure of humans to rabies or zoonotic diseases and requires the registration of primate animals. (LR# 1632L- 02I)
HB 0690
Read second time (H)
HB691
Makes notice of reregistration of motor vehicles mandatory. (LR# 1653L- 01I)
HB 0691
Read second time (H)
HB692
Authorizes Fraternal Order of Police license plate. (LR# 1765L- 01I)
HB 0692
Read second time (H)
HB693
Amends various provisions relating to the administrative hearing commission. (LR# 1675L- 01I)
HB 0693
Read second time (H)
HB694
Authorizes Taney, Stone, Barry and Ozark counties to enact a sales tax to fund county economic development programs. (LR# 0284L- 01I)
HB 0694
Read second time (H)
HB695
Revises the licensing and regulatory scheme for dentists and dental hygienists. (LR# 1485L- 02I)
HB 0695
Read second time (H)
HB696
Changes the county political party committee district structure in Jackson County. (LR# 1569L- 01I)
HB 0696
Read second time (H)
HB697
Requires the Ethics Commission to immediately notify persons against whom a complaint has been filed. (LR# 1850L- 01I)
HB 0697
Read second time (H)
HB698
Allows fourth class cities in counties of the first classification to participate in the state weed and grass control program. (LR# 1820L- 01I)
HB 0698
Introduced and read first time (H)
HB699
Allows notices of hearings on special business districts to be sent by regular mail. (LR# 1399L- 01I)
HB 0699
Introduced and read first time (H)
HB700
Modifies certain driver's license provisions and provides for license suspension and setting of bond in fatal motor vehicle accidents. (LR# 1582L- 01I)
HB 0700
Introduced and read first time (H)
HB701
Allows interested parties to appeal a permit denial for a water containment or point source. (LR# 1495L- 01I)
HB 0701
Introduced and read first time (H)
HB702
Requires placement of warning signs in establishments licensed to sell or serve alcoholic beverages. (LR# 1579L- 01I)
HB 0702
Introduced and read first time (H)
HB703
Allows additional counties to establish homeless programs and increases fees on recorded instruments to five dollars. (LR# 1504L- 01I)
HB 0703
Introduced and read first time (H)
HB704
Allows the City of St. Louis to have a mechanic's lien when they have previously paid mechanics to perform abatement work on derelict real property. (LR# 1840L- 01I)
HB 0704
Introduced and read first time (H)
HB705
Allows participation of charter school employees in the St. Louis Public School Retirement System. (LR# 1321L- 01I)
HB 0705
Introduced and read first time (H)
HB706
Authorizes cities imposing a storm water, capitol improvement or transportation sales tax to impose a sales tax on utilities by ordinance. (LR# 1789L- 01I)
HB 0706
Introduced and read first time (H)
HB707
Revises minimum term for parole eligibility for certain offenders. (LR# 1730L- 01I)
HB 0707
Introduced and read first time (H)
HB708
Amends various provisions regarding the use of child restraint systems in motor vehicles. (LR# 1744L- 01I)
HB 0708
Introduced and read first time (H)
HB709
Revises motor carrier law. (LR# 1780L- 01I)
HB 0709
Introduced and read first time (H)
HB710
Requires the listing of an address or phone number on all election literature. (LR# 1513L- 02I)
HB 0710
Introduced and read first time (H)
HB711
Limits to appropriated amounts payment of court costs and attorney fees by Department of Revenue in certain cases. (LR# 1861L- 01I)
HB 0711
Introduced and read first time (H)
HB712
Prohibits discrimination based on a person's sexual orientation. (LR# 1343L- 01I)
HB 0712
Introduced and read first time (H)
HB713
Amends the provisions regarding the reimbursement for health care services by health carriers. (LR# 1838L- 01I)
HB 0713
Introduced and read first time (H)
HB714
Authorizes design-build method of contracting for state highway construction. (LR# 1739L- 01I)
HB 0714
Introduced and read first time (H)
HB715
Makes various changes regarding certificate of need law. (LR# 1756L- 01I)
HB 0715
Introduced and read first time (H)
HB716
Amends various provisions regarding licensure of physical therapists and physical therapist assistants. (LR# 1804L- 01I)
HB 0716
Introduced and read first time (H)
HB717
Creates a sales and use tax exemption for sales of natural gas to industrial and commercial customers for the months of February to April and December of 2001, and for January and February of 2002. (LR# 1564L- 01I)
HB 0717
Introduced and read first time (H)
HB718
Creates the crime of cloning a human being. (LR# 1633L- 01I)
HB 0718
Introduced and read first time (H)
HB719
Amends provisions of law governing income and sales tax deficiencies. (LR# 1872L- 01I)
HB 0719
Introduced and read first time (H)
HB720
Revises pay equity law. (LR# 1752L- 01I)
HB 0720
Introduced and read first time (H)
HB721
Expands optional one-year motor vehicle emissions inspection to entire state. (LR# 1615L- 01I)
HB 0721
Introduced and read first time (H)
HB722
Requires health care professionals to inform their patients about EDTA chelation therapy. (LR# 1678L- 01I)
HB 0722
Introduced and read first time (H)
HB723
Allows electric utilities to recover certain costs impacted by natural gas prices. (LR# 1626L- 01I)
HB 0723
Introduced and read first time (H)
HB724
Criminalizes sexual contact between inmates and employees of prisons and correctional facilities. (LR# 1794L- 01I)
HB 0724
Introduced and read first time (H)
HB725
Allows additional fund transfers in a certain school district. (LR# 1796L- 01I)
HB 0725
Introduced and read first time (H)
HB726
Funds the fire education fund with state revenues derived from the state portion of sales tax levied on fireworks instead of state revenues derived from the insurance premium tax. (LR# 1731L- 01I)
HB 0726
Introduced and read first time (H)
HB727
Regulates the voting rights of persons in public water supply districts. (LR# 1705L- 01I)
HB 0727
Introduced and read first time (H)
HB728
Redefines who may form joint municipal utility commissions; regulates public water supply district purchases of, and services to, water and sewer corporations. (LR# 1337L- 03I)
HB 0728
Introduced and read first time (H)
HB729
Revises motor vehicle licensing. (LR# 1369L- 01I)
HB 0729
Introduced and read first time (H)
HB730
Allows the city of Warrensburg to receive bids for banking services at any city council meeting. (LR# 1788L- 01I)
HB 0730
Introduced and read first time (H)
HB731
Expands authorized use, and limitations on use, of certain chemical BAC test to local law enforcement. (LR# 1795L- 02I)
HB 0731
Introduced and read first time (H)
HB732
Makes technical revisions to water patrol law. (LR# 1792L- 01I)
HB 0732
Introduced and read first time (H)
HB733
Changes requirements for the use of personal flotation devices on water crafts. (LR# 1712L- 02I)
HB 0733
Introduced and read first time (H)
HCR13
Urges Congress to consent to the Southern Dairy Compact. (LR# 1401L- 01I)
HCR0013
Reported Do Pass (H)
HCR17
Urges the Forest Service to withdraw its proposal to set aside 100,000 acres of national forest for the Indiana bat. (LR# 1466L- 01I)
HCR0017
Read second time (H)
HCR18
Encourages state agencies and state-funded institutions to improve access to quality health care for women. (LR# 0075L- 01I)
HCR0018
Introduced and read first time (H)
HCR19
Urges the political subdivisions of this state to suspend imposition of the gross receipts tax on natural gas sales until the current natural gas price crisis is over. (LR# 1533L- 01I)
HCR0019
Introduced and read first time (H)
HJR14
Proposes a constitutional amendment to dedicate tobacco settlement money to the Children's Investment Fund. (LR# 1557L- 01I)
HJR0014
Introduced and read first time (H)
HR242
In honor of Reverend James Donald Cooper (LR# 0380C- 01)
HR 0242
Offered (H)
Issued (H)
HR243
60th Wedding Anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Kupka (LR# 0428C- 01)
HR 0243
Offered (H)
Issued (H)
HR244
In honor of Leon and Bettie Edwards (LR# 0405C- 01)
HR 0244
Offered (H)
Issued (H)
HR245
Congratulations to David Otto (LR# 0280C- 02I)
HR 0245
Offered (H)
Issued (H)
HR246
50th Wedding Anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Willard Dains (LR# 0418C- 01I)
HR 0246
Offered (H)
Issued (H)
HR247
Congratulations to Ray Gene Richardson (LR# 0422C- 01I)
HR 0247
Offered (H)
Issued (H)
HR248
To salute Matthew Sain (LR# 0404C- 01I)
HR 0248
Offered (H)
Issued (H)
HR249
Congratulations to Charles Portwood (LR# 0403C- 01I)
HR 0249
Offered (H)
Issued (H)
HR250
Congratulations to Nathan Mead (LR# 0402C- 01I)
HR 0250
Offered (H)
Issued (H)
HR251
In honor of Phillip Klopfenstein (LR# 0401C- 01I)
HR 0251
Offered (H)
Issued (H)
HR252
In honor of John Hartnett (LR# 0400C- 01I)
HR 0252
Offered (H)
Issued (H)
HR253
In honor of Alex Deaton (LR# 0399C- 01I)
HR 0253
Offered (H)
Issued (H)
HR254
In honor of Benjamin Dawson (LR# 0398C- 01I)
HR 0254
Offered (H)
Issued (H)
HR255
In honor of William Bonfiglio (LR# 0397C- 01I)
HR 0255
Offered (H)
Issued (H)
HR256
In honor of Richard L. Bogaski (LR# 0431C- 01I)
HR 0256
Offered (H)
Issued (H)
HR257
85th Birthday of Ruth Tillery (LR# 0426C- 01I)
HR 0257
Offered (H)
Issued (H)
HR258
Congratulations to Bart Saracino, Sr. (LR# 0421C- 02I)
HR 0258
Offered (H)
Issued (H)
HR259
In honor of Republican activist Ann L. Wagner (LR# 0416C- 01I)
HR 0259
Offered (H)
Issued (H)
HR260
150th Anniversary of Dent County (LR# 0417C- 01I)
HR 0260
Offered (H)
Issued (H)
HR261
Eagle Scout Alex Heddle (LR# 0435C- 01I)
HR 0261
Offered (H)
Issued (H)
HR262
Eagle Scout Paul D. Stuart (LR# 0436C- 01I)
HR 0262
Offered (H)
Issued (H)
HR263
Eagle Scout Sean Michael Kinney (LR# 0437C- 01)
HR 0263
Offered (H)
Issued (H)
HR264
Eagle Scout Aharon Reed (LR# 0438C- 01I)
HR 0264
Offered (H)
Issued (H)
HR265
Eagle Scout Brent Humphries (LR# 0439C- 01I)
HR 0265
Offered (H)
Issued (H)
HR266
Eagle Scout Matthew Long (LR# 0440C- 01I)
HR 0266
Offered (H)
Issued (H)
HR267
Eagle Scout Mark Lester Lester, Jr. (LR# 0441C- 01I)
HR 0267
Offered (H)
Issued (H)
HR268
Eagle Scout Jonathan Luke Van Cleve (LR# 0442C- 01I)
HR 0268
Offered (H)
Issued (H)
HR269
Eagle Scout Jackson Bahn (LR# 0443C- 01I)
HR 0269
Offered (H)
Issued (H)
HR270
Eagle Scout Jonathan Bernhardt (LR# 0444C- 01I)
HR 0270
Offered (H)
Issued (H)
HR271
Eagle Scout Matthew Taylor (LR# 0445C- 01I)
HR 0271
Offered (H)
Issued (H)
HR272
Eagle Scout Bradley Main (LR# 0446C- 01)
HR 0272
Offered (H)
Issued (H)
HR273
Eagle Scout Luke Riehl (LR# 0447C- 01I)
HR 0273
Offered (H)
Issued (H)
HR274
Eagle Scout John Phillip Ray (LR# 0448C- 01I)
HR 0274
Offered (H)
Issued (H)
HR275
Eagle Scout Grant Hengst (LR# 0449C- 01I)
HR 0275
Offered (H)
Issued (H)
HR276
Eagle Scout David Willingham (LR# 0450C- 01I)
HR 0276
Offered (H)
Issued (H)
HR277
Eagle Scout Anthony Kiel (LR# 0451C- 01I)
HR 0277
Offered (H)
Issued (H)
HR278
Eagle Scout John Brookover (LR# 0452C- 01I)
HR 0278
Offered (H)
Issued (H)

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