March 15, 2001 House Activity Register
Missouri House of Representatives
Daily Activity Register
For Activities Recorded on March 15, 2001

HB1
To appropriate money to the Board of Fund Commissioners for the cost of issuing and processing State Water Pollution. (LR# 0001L- 01P)
HB 0001
Third Read and Passed (H)
Reported to the Senate and first read (H)
HB2
To appropriate money for the expenses, grants, refunds, and distributions of the State Board of Education and of the Department of Elementary and Secondary Education. (LR# 0002L- 02C)
HCS HB 2
Third Read and Passed (H)
Reported to the Senate and first read (H)
HB3
To appropriate money for the expenses, grants, refunds, and distributions of the Department of Higher Education and the several divisions, programs, and institutions of higher education. (LR# 0003L- 02C)
HCS HB 3
Third Read and Passed (H)
Reported to the Senate and first read (H)
HB4
To appropriate money for the expenses, grants, refunds, and distributions of the Department of Revenue and the Department of Transportation. (LR# 0004L- 02C)
HCS HB 4
Third Read and Passed (H)
Reported to the Senate and first read (H)
HB5
To appropriate money for the expense, grants, refunds, and distributions of the Office of Administration, the Department of Transportation and the Chief Executive's Office. (LR# 0005L- 02C)
HCS HB 5
Third Read and Passed (H)
Reported to the Senate and first read (H)
HB6
To appropriate money for the expenses, grants, refunds, and distributions of the Department of Agriculture, Department of Natural Resources, Department of Conservation and several divisions. (LR# 0006L- 02P)
HCS HB 6
Third Read and Passed (H)
Reported to the Senate and first read (H)
HB7
To appropriate money for the expenses, grants, refunds, and distributions of the Department of Economic Development, Department of insurance, and Department of Labor and Industrial Relations. (LR# 0007L- 02P)
HCS HB 7
Third Read and Passed (H)
Reported to the Senate and first read (H)
HB8
To appropriate money for the expenses, grants, refunds, and distributions of the Department of Public Safety, and the several divisions and programs. (LR# 0008L- 02P)
HCS HB 8
Third Read and Passed (H)
Reported to the Senate and first read (H)
HB9
Appropriates money for the expenses, grants, refunds and distributions of the Department of Corrections. (LR# 0009L- 02P)
HCS HB 9
Third Read and Passed (H)
Reported to the Senate and first read (H)
HB10
To appropriate money for the expenses, grants, refunds, and distributions of the Department of Mental Health, the Board of Public Buildings, the Department of Health and the several divisons. (LR# 0010L- 02P)
HCS HB 10
Third Read and Passed (H)
Reported to the Senate and first read (H)
HB11
Appropriates money for the expenses, grants, and distributions of the Department of Social Services. (LR# 0011L- 02P)
HCS HB 11
Third Read and Passed (H)
Reported to the Senate and first read (H)
HB12
Appropriates money for the expenses, grants, refunds, and distributions of the Governor, Lt. Governor, Secretary of State, Auditor, Treasurer, Attorney General, Legislature, and others. (LR# 0012L- 02P)
HCS HB 12
Third Read and Passed (H)
Reported to the Senate and first read (H)
HB18
To appropriate money for capital improvement projects involving maintenance, repair, replacement and improvement of state buildings and facilities, including installation, modification and renovation. (LR# 0018L- 01I)
HB 0018
Read second time (H)
Referred: Budget (H)
HB26
Creates the Missouri Essential Needs School Districts Loan Repayment Assistance Program. (LR# 0155L- 04C)
HCS HB 26
Third Read and Passed (H)
Reported to the Senate and first read (H)
HB52
Prohibits the prosecuting attorney of St. Francois County from engaging in the private practice of law. (LR# 0176L- 03I)
HB 0052
Reported Do Pass by Consent (H)
HB84
Mandates that expenses for training sessions for county recorders in certain counties be reimbursed in the same manner as other expenses are reimbursed in such county. (LR# 0110L- 01I)
HB 0084
Reported Do Pass by Consent (H)
HB90
Authorizes county crime reduction funds. (LR# 2008L- 03C)
HCS HB 835, 90, 707, 373, 641, 510, 516 & 572
HCS Reported Do Pass (H)
HB106
Establishes a state systemic lupus erythematosis program in the Department of Health. (LR# 0632L- 03C)
HCS HB 106
HCS Reported Do Pass (H)
HB107
Creates the Legal Services for Low-income People Fund, funded from the Tort Victims' Compensation Fund. (LR# 0162L- 03F)
HS HCS HB 107
Committee: Fiscal Review and Government Reform
Public Hearing Held (H)
Executive Session Held (H)
Reported Do Pass (H)
Third Read and Passed (H)
Reported to the Senate and first read (H)
HB166
Expands minority teaching scholarships from one hundred to two hundred per year; increases the amount from $2000 to $3000 for special education teachers. (LR# 0750L- 01P)
HB 0166
Committee: Fiscal Review and Government Reform
Public Hearing Held (H)
Executive Session Held (H)
Reported Do Pass (H)
Third Read and Passed (H)
Reported to the Senate and first read (H)
HB185
Allows counties of the third classification to adopt building codes in certain areas, subject to voter approval. (LR# 0664L- 01P)
HB 0185
Third Read and Passed (H)
Reported to the Senate and first read (H)
HB249
Regulates amusement machines. (LR# 0845L- 01P)
HB 0249
Third Read and Passed (H)
Reported to the Senate and first read (H)
HB274
Allows up to a five-day reduction, for this year only, of the minimum 174 school day requirement. (LR# 0911L- 03C)
HCS HB 274
HCS Reported Do Pass (H)
HB280
Enacts various laws regulating ambulance services and stretcher vans. (LR# 0852 - 01)
HCS HB 280, 69, 497 & 689
HCS Reported Do Pass (H)
HB286
Requires that incorrectly collected sales and use taxes ultimately be refunded to the consumer or remain in general revenue. (LR# 0208L- 01I)
HB 0286
Reported Do Pass with amendments (H)
HCA 1, HCA 2
HB314
Provides for the licensure of baccalaureate social workers. (LR# 0586L- 01P)
HB 0314
Reported perfected and printed (H)
Referred: Fiscal Review and Government Reform
HB321
Extends the termination date on the Kansas City public transportation sales tax from 2001 to 2003. (LR# 0925L- 01P)
HB 0321
Third Read and Passed (H)
Reported to the Senate and first read (H)
HB334
Makes the "recalculated levy" for school district permanent; revises the line 14 categorical. (LR# 0804L- 02P)
HCS HB 334
Third Read and Passed (H)
Reported to the Senate and first read (H)
HB349
Makes various changes regarding protection of the elderly laws. (LR# 0027L- 01I)
HB 0349
Reported Do Pass (H)
HB362
Revises the oath used by the assessor's office in connection with the annual listing of personal property. (LR# 1095L- 02I)
HB 0362
Committee: Ways and Means (H)
Hearing Scheduled, Bill Not Heard (H)
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
Reported Do Pass (H)
HB373
Authorizes county crime reduction funds. (LR# 2008L- 03C)
HCS HB 835, 90, 707, 373, 641, 510, 516 & 572
HCS Reported Do Pass (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
Committee: Correctional & State Institutions (H)
Executive Session Held (H)
Reported Do Pass by Consent (H)
HB408
Authorizes conveyances of graves in public cemeteries back to the county or municipality in certain cases. (LR# 1086L- 01I)
HB 0408
Reported Do Pass by Consent (H)
HB410
Allows expanded weed removal procedures in the City of St. Peter's. (LR# 1252L- 01I)
HB 0410
Reported Do Pass by Consent (H)
HB421
Provides that consumption, not sale or provision, of intoxicating beverages is the proximate cause of injuries resulting from intoxication. (LR# 1100L- 02F)
HS HB 421
Third Read and Passed (H)
Reported to the Senate and first read (H)
HB425
Amends the law regarding underground facility safety and damage prevention. (LR# 1254L- 08F)
HS HCS HB 425
Third Read and Passed (H)
Reported to the Senate and first read (H)
HB436
Enacts Missouri Airport Protection Act to provide new airport safety regulation. (LR# 1000L- 01I)
HB 0436
Reported Do Pass (H)
HB444
Revises Criminal Activity Forfeiture Act. (LR# 0931L- 01P)
HB 0444
Third Read and Passed (H)
Reported to the Senate and first read (H)
HB453
Extends the sunset on fee collection for the Missouri Emergency Response Commission by ten years. (LR# 1171L- 01P)
HB 0453
Reported perfected and printed (H)
Third Read and Passed (H)
Reported to the Senate and first read (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
Committee: Judiciary (H)
Executive Session Held (H)
VOTED DO PASS
HB457
Creates School Building Property Tax Relief Fund grant program for school capital improvements; funds program through incremental use of gaming proceeds. (LR# 0930L- 04C)
HCS HB 457
HCS Reported Do Pass (H)
HB471
Adds the drug "ecstasy" to drug trafficking statutes. (LR# 1287L- 01I)
HB 0471
Reported Do Pass (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- 03C)
HCS HB 472
HCS Reported Do Pass (H)
HB473
Designates cut-leaved teasel, common teasel and kudzu vine as noxious weeds. (LR# 1205L- 01P)
HB 0473
Third Read and Passed (H)
Reported to the Senate and first read (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
Reported Do Pass by Consent (H)
HB501
Increases the authorization for water pollution bonds. (LR# 1007L- 01P)
HB 0501
Reported perfected and printed (H)
Referred: Fiscal Review and Government Reform
HB510
Authorizes county crime reduction funds. (LR# 2008L- 03C)
HCS HB 835, 90, 707, 373, 641, 510, 516 & 572
HCS Reported Do Pass (H)
HB516
Authorizes county crime reduction funds. (LR# 2008L- 03C)
HCS HB 835, 90, 707, 373, 641, 510, 516 & 572
HCS Reported Do Pass (H)
HB518
Provides new funding for transportation, implements .08 BAC standard, and makes various other changes to transportation-related laws. (LR# 2090L- 04C)
HCS HB 924, 714, 685, 756, 734 & 518
HCS Reported Do Pass (H)
HB521
Instructs the Public Service Commission to develop expedited dispute resolution procedures for utility disputes not already having time frames set by other utilities laws. (LR# 1296L- 01I)
HB 0521
Committee: Utilities Regulation (H)
Executive Session Held (H)
VOTED DO PASS
HB527
Mandates compensatory time for employees of the Highway Patrol who work more than full-time in any week. (LR# 1380L- 01I)
HB 0527
Reported Do Pass (H)
HB533
Makes it a crime for an owner or employee of a nursing home to have sexual contact with residents. (LR# 0382L- 03C)
HCS HB 533 & 724
HCS Reported Do Pass (H)
HB572
Authorizes county crime reduction funds. (LR# 2008L- 03C)
HCS HB 835, 90, 707, 373, 641, 510, 516 & 572
HCS Reported Do Pass (H)
HB592
Creates the Multicultural Program and Committee within the Office of the Lieutenant Governor. (LR# 1509L- 01I)
HB 0592
Reported Do Pass (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
Reported Do Pass by Consent (H)
HB606
Changes and standardizes certain provisions regarding county recorders of deeds. (LR# 1543L- 02I)
HB 0606
Reported Do Pass by Consent (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
Reported Do Pass with amendments (H)
HCA 1
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
Committee: Local Government and Related Matters (H)
Executive Session Held (H)
VOTED DO PASS
HB641
Authorizes county crime reduction funds. (LR# 2008L- 03C)
HCS HB 835, 90, 707, 373, 641, 510, 516 & 572
HCS Reported Do Pass (H)
HB662
Regulates retainage payments in certain private building contracts. (LR# 1623L- 01I)
HB 0662
Reported Do Pass (H)
HB677
Revises Article 9 of the Uniform Commercial Code, concerning secured transactions. (LR# 1130L- 02I)
HB 0677
Committee: Judiciary (H)
Executive Session Held (H)
HCS VOTED DO PASS
HB678
Amends various campaign ethics laws. (LR# 0952L- 01I)
HB 0678
Reported Do Pass (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
Reported Do Pass (H)
HB685
Provides new funding for transportation, implements .08 BAC standard, and makes various other changes to transportation-related laws. (LR# 2090L- 04C)
HCS HB 924, 714, 685, 756, 734 & 518
HCS Reported Do Pass (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
Committee: Local Government and Related Matters (H)
Executive Session Held (H)
VOTED DO PASS
HB702
Requires placement of warning signs in establishments licensed to sell or serve alcoholic beverages. (LR# 1579L- 01I)
HB 0702
Committee: Local Government and Related Matters (H)
Executive Session Held (H)
VOTED DO PASS
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
Reported Do Pass by Consent (H)
HB707
Authorizes county crime reduction funds. (LR# 2008L- 03C)
HCS HB 835, 90, 707, 373, 641, 510, 516 & 572
HCS Reported Do Pass (H)
HB714
Provides new funding for transportation, implements .08 BAC standard, and makes various other changes to transportation-related laws. (LR# 2090L- 04C)
HCS HB 924, 714, 685, 756, 734 & 518
HCS Reported Do Pass (H)
HB721
Expands optional one-year motor vehicle emissions inspection to entire state. (LR# 1615L- 01I)
HB 0721
Committee: Environment and Energy (H)
Executive Session Held (H)
NO ACTION TAKEN
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
Committee: Local Government and Related Matters (H)
Executive Session Held (H)
VOTED DO PASS WITH AMENDMENTS
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
Committee: Local Government and Related Matters (H)
Executive Session Held (H)
VOTED DO PASS AS AMENDED
HB734
Provides new funding for transportation, implements .08 BAC standard, and makes various other changes to transportation-related laws. (LR# 2090L- 04C)
HCS HB 924, 714, 685, 756, 734 & 518
HCS Reported Do Pass (H)
HB736
Revises banking law. (LR# 1799L- 01I)
HB 0736
Reported Do Pass (H)
HB738
Changes the law governing small loans. (LR# 1530L- 04C)
HCS HB 738
Third Read and Passed (H)
Reported to the Senate and first read (H)
HB745
Allows unclaimed property to be collected by a county or city public administrator. (LR# 1896L- 02I)
HB 0745
Reported Do Pass by Consent (H)
HB754
Establishes teacher salary supplements for National Board teacher certification. (LR# 1914L- 04P)
HCS HB 754, 29, 300 & 505
Reported perfected and printed (H)
Referred: Fiscal Review and Government Reform
HB756
Provides new funding for transportation, implements .08 BAC standard, and makes various other changes to transportation-related laws. (LR# 2090L- 04C)
HCS HB 924, 714, 685, 756, 734 & 518
HCS Reported Do Pass (H)
HB762
Requires HMOs to provide direct access to ob/gyn services, bone density testing and contraceptive coverage, and notify enrollees of cancer screenings available through their insurance. (LR# 1642L- 08P)
HS HCS HB 762
Reported perfected and printed (H)
Referred: Fiscal Review and Government Reform
HB766
Requires electrical and gas providers to increase use of renewable energy resources. (LR# 1913L- 01I)
HB 0766
Committee: Utilities Regulation (H)
Public Hearing Held (H)
HB802
Establishes the Missouri Air Emission Banking and Trading Program. (LR# 1701L- 01I)
HB 0802
Committee: Environment and Energy (H)
Public Hearing Held (H)
Executive Session Held (H)
VOTED DO PASS
HB804
Allows more counties to enact ordinances for the abatement and removal of debris on real property. (LR# 1988L- 01I)
HB 0804
Committee: Local Government and Related Matters (H)
Executive Session Held (H)
VOTED DO PASS
HB824
Creates a Pharmaceutical Investment Program for Seniors to help defray the cost of pharmaceuticals for senior citizens. (LR# 1684L- 03C)
HCS HB 824
HCS Reported Do Pass (H)
HB825
Exempts bullion and investment coin from local sales taxes. (LR# 1903L- 01I)
HB 0825
Committee: Ways and Means (H)
Executive Session Held (H)
Reported Do Pass by Consent (H)
HB826
Authorizes counties to impose a fee on wireless telephone customers to fund enhanced 911 service. (LR# 1367L- 01I)
HB 0826
Committee: Utilities Regulation (H)
Public Hearing Held (H)
HB835
Authorizes county crime reduction funds. (LR# 2008L- 03C)
HCS HB 835, 90, 707, 373, 641, 510, 516 & 572
HCS Reported Do Pass (H)
HB854
Expands the types of documents for which a county recording fee may be collected. (LR# 1732L- 01I)
HB 0854
Committee: Local Government and Related Matters (H)
Executive Session Held (H)
VOTED DO NOT PASS
HB855
Modifies costs due upon purchase or redemption of tax-deliquent property. (LR# 1990L- 01I)
HB 0855
Committee: Local Government and Related Matters (H)
Executive Session Held (H)
VOTED DO PASS
HB868
Allows school districts to contract with eligible new generation cooperatives for the purchase of biodiesel to fuel school buses. (LR# 1738L- 01I)
HB 0868
Committee: Environment and Energy (H)
Executive Session Held (H)
HCS VOTED DO PASS
HB881
Allows the county commission to either elect six at-large or six election district nursing home district directors for a nursing home district. (LR# 1915L- 02I)
HB 0881
Reported Do Pass by Consent (H)
HB882
Makes changes in the pari-mutuel wagering law and creates the Horse Racing for Education Fund. (LR# 2096L- 01I)
HB 0882
Reported Do Pass (H)
HB891
Prohibits the disclosure of health information without the consent of the person to whom such information pertains. (LR# 2131L- 01I)
HB 0891
Committee: Civil and Administrative Law (H)
Executive Session Held (H)
VOTED DO PASS
Reported Do Pass (H)
HB904
Expands the Missouri Economic Diversification and Afforestation Act of 1990 to include more recent agroforestry practices. (LR# 1421L- 01I)
HB 0904
Committee: Agriculture (H)
Executive Session Held (H)
VOTED DO PASS CONSENT
Reported Do Pass by Consent (H)
HB909
Authorizes exchange of property interests between the Department of Natural Resources and the City of Lexington. (LR# 2201L- 01I)
HB 0909
Committee: Correctional & State Institutions (H)
Public Hearing Held (H)
Executive Session Held (H)
Reported Do Pass by Consent (H)
HB915
The state of Missouri consents to be sued in state court under the Americans with Disabilities Act. (LR# 2123L- 01I)
HB 0915
Reported Do Pass (H)
HB922
Authorizes city of Monett to annex municipal airport. (LR# 2213L- 01I)
HB 0922
Reported Do Pass by Consent (H)
HB924
Provides new funding for transportation, implements .08 BAC standard, and makes various other changes to transportation-related laws. (LR# 2090L- 04C)
HCS HB 924, 714, 685, 756, 734 & 518
HCS Reported Do Pass (H)
HB933
Clarifies that sales tax applies to sale and lease of motor vehicles and motorcycles. (LR# 1927L- 02I)
HB 0933
Committee: Ways and Means (H)
Executive Session Held (H)
Reported Do Pass by Consent (H)
HB936
Allows a business owner of property in a drainage district to delegate individual to represent the owner. (LR# 2218L- 01I)
HB 0936
Committee: Local Government and Related Matters (H)
Public Hearing Held (H)
HB945
Authorizes counties or a city not within a county to elect between two different juror compensation schemes. (LR# 2222L- 02I)
HB 0945
Committee: Judiciary (H)
Public Hearing Held (H)
Executive Session Held (H)
VOTED DO PASS CONSENT
Reported Do Pass by Consent (H)
HB950
Allows circuit judges to use monies received from the court surcharge for the county or circuit law library. Allows Greene County to also use the monies for family court services. (LR# 2239L- 01I)
HB 0950
Committee: Judiciary (H)
Public Hearing Held (H)
Executive Session Held (H)
VOTED DO PASS
HB951
Authorizes a conveyance of property in Cole County. (LR# 2246L- 01I)
HB 0951
Committee: Correctional & State Institutions (H)
Public Hearing Held (H)
Executive Session Held (H)
Reported Do Pass by Consent (H)
HB954
Revises driver's license suspension and recovation procedures for persons under twenty-one years of age. (LR# 2245L- 01I)
HB 0954
Reported Do Pass by Consent (H)
HB955
Revises the Hospital Federal Reimbursement Allowance Program. (LR# 2234L- 01I)
HB 0955
Reported Do Pass by Consent (H)
HB974
Prohibits insurers from using genetic information to discriminate and makes it unlawful to require a person to submit to certain genetic procedures for certain purposes. (LR# 1862L- 01I)
HB 0974
Read second time (H)
HB975
Provides health insurance coverage for the treatment of maple syrup urine disease. (LR# 2266L- 01I)
HB 0975
Read second time (H)
HB976
Creates the class C misdemeanor of failure to confine a dog and provides certain defenses to that crime. (LR# 2257L- 01I)
HB 0976
Read second time (H)
HB977
Creates a motion to request forensic DNA testing and expands time to file a motion for new trial based on newly discovered forensic DNA evidence. (LR# 2217L- 01I)
HB 0977
Read second time (H)
HB978
Adds the Southeast Missouri Network Against Sexual Violence to the list of regional child assessment centers to be funded by the Department of Social Services. (LR# 2279L- 02I)
HB 0978
Read second time (H)
HB979
Allows for recall elections of school district board members. (LR# 0513L- 01I)
HB 0979
Read second time (H)
HB980
Requires department of transportation to approve contractors to bid within thirty days of application. (LR# 2285L- 01I)
HB 0980
Read second time (H)
HB981
Immunizes teachers in public schools from tort liability for reporting violent acts of students. (LR# 2282L- 03I)
HB 0981
Read second time (H)
Referred: Judiciary (H)
HB982
Creates property tax abatement program for volunteer firefighters. (LR# 2270L- 02I)
HB 0982
Read second time (H)
HB983
Prohibits the firing of employees who miss work due to providing emergency services as a volunteer firefighter. (LR# 2267L- 01I)
HB 0983
Read second time (H)
HB984
Makes the city of Adrian, Missouri the purple martin capitol of the state of Missouri. (LR# 2249L- 01I)
HB 0984
Read second time (H)
HB985
Modifies the emissions testing fee and establishes a complaint procedure for vehicle damage claims during inspection. (LR# 2281L- 01I)
HB 0985
Read second time (H)
HB986
Expands the lemon law. (LR# 1217L- 01I)
HB 0986
Read second time (H)
HB987
Bases the funding for the nutritional services programs of the Division of Aging on the actual number of meals served in each area in the previous fiscal year. (LR# 2300L- 01I)
HB 0987
Read second time (H)
HB988
Requires notice to Department of Economic Development of intent by certain companies to discontinue operations. (LR# 2303L- 01I)
HB 0988
Introduced and read first time (H)
HB989
Authorizes extra unemployment compensation benefits for persons laid off from certain employers. (LR# 2293L- 01I)
HB 0989
Introduced and read first time (H)
HB990
Exempts military income from state income tax. (LR# 1192L- 01I)
HB 0990
Introduced and read first time (H)
HB991
Adopts preferences for state purchasing of recycled toner cartridges. (LR# 0620L- 01I)
HB 0991
Introduced and read first time (H)
HB992
Allocates a portion of any tobacco settlement moneys for a grant program to increase the availability of ventilators in long-term care facilities. (LR# 2283L- 01I)
HB 0992
Introduced and read first time (H)
HB993
Modifies the statutes relating to the qualification and disqualification of employees of the Department of Mental Health and the Division of Aging. (LR# 2243L- 01I)
HB 0993
Introduced and read first time (H)
HB994
Creates sales tax exemption for railway excursions. (LR# 2184L- 01I)
HB 0994
Introduced and read first time (H)
HB995
Establishes default building codes for design professionals in areas of the state where there are no applicable state or local building codes in place. (LR# 2254L- 01I)
HB 0995
Introduced and read first time (H)
HB996
Waives the state's sovereign immunity for purposes of the federal Family and Medical Leave Act. (LR# 2271L- 01I)
HB 0996
Introduced and read first time (H)
HB997
Waives sovereign immunity for purposes of worker compensation and prohibits the state from retaliatory firing of employees who claim worker compensation benefits. (LR# 2272L- 02I)
HB 0997
Introduced and read first time (H)
HB998
Creates "Missouri Family Training Program for Special Education.". (LR# 2261L- 01I)
HB 0998
Introduced and read first time (H)
HB999
Allows notification to adjacent landowners of planned construction of telecommunications towers. (LR# 2133L- 01I)
HB 0999
Introduced and read first time (H)
HB1000
Changes the composition of congressional districts. (LR# 2203L- 01I)
HB 1000
Introduced and read first time (H)
HB1001
Raises the Minimum Insurance Coverage for property damage from $10,000 to $20,000. (LR# 2280L- 01I)
HB 1001
Introduced and read first time (H)
HB1002
Enacts the Missouri Tobacco Settlement Attorney Compensation Act. (LR# 2191L- 01I)
HB 1002
Introduced and read first time (H)
HB1003
Allows a tax credit for coal-generated plants built with pollution control devices. (LR# 1486L- 01I)
HB 1003
Introduced and read first time (H)
HB1004
Requires certain construction standards for buildings constructed after July 1, 2002, to provide accessibility for the disabled. (LR# 2294L- 01I)
HB 1004
Introduced and read first time (H)
HB1005
Liability Insurance coverage for punitive damages. (LR# 2296L- 01I)
HB 1005
Introduced and read first time (H)
HB1006
Creates the Pesticide Project Fund to fund various pesticide related issues. (LR# 2295L- 01I)
HB 1006
Introduced and read first time (H)
HB1007
Allows legal settlements received by the state to be appropriated for education and health care. (LR# 2306L- 01I)
HB 1007
Introduced and read first time (H)
HB1008
Requires department of transportation to conduct pbulic proceedings before limiting access to a state highway. (LR# 2255L- 01I)
HB 1008
Introduced and read first time (H)
HB1009
Prohibits the use of general revenue funds for abortions, abortion services or human fetal tissue research. (LR# 2258L- 02I)
HB 1009
Introduced and read first time (H)
HB1010
Enacts the Tax Credit Responsibility Act of 2001. (LR# 2309L- 01I)
HB 1010
Introduced and read first time (H)
HB1011
Allows local housing corporations and neighborhood associations to petition for receivers in nuisance actions. (LR# 2289L- 01I)
HB 1011
Introduced and read first time (H)
HB1012
Restricts certain sales of precursors to methamphetamine. (LR# 2301L- 01I)
HB 1012
Introduced and read first time (H)
HB1013
Requires mandatory five year minimum sentences for certain crimes involving the possession of a firearm. (LR# 2286L- 02I)
HB 1013
Introduced and read first time (H)
HB1014
Revises worker's compensation law. (LR# 1315L- 01I)
HB 1014
Introduced and read first time (H)
HB1015
Deems a 4-week suspension or a positive test for controlled substances misconduct connected with work. (LR# 2276L- 02I)
HB 1015
Introduced and read first time (H)
HB1016
Allows psychologists to administer, order and prescribe medications after obtaining certification and training. (LR# 2304L- 01I)
HB 1016
Introduced and read first time (H)
HB1017
Enacts the Nurse Licensure Compact. (LR# 2288L- 01I)
HB 1017
Introduced and read first time (H)
HB1018
Establishes the County Health and Safety Fund and the Healthy Missouri Trust Fund for expenditure of any tobacco settlement moneys. (LR# 2268L- 01I)
HB 1018
Introduced and read first time (H)
HB1019
Permits court-ordered testing of persons whose bodily fluids have come in contact with certain employees. (LR# 1251L- 02I)
HB 1019
Introduced and read first time (H)
HB1020
Changes the word "fireman" to "firefighter" in chapter 87. (LR# 2310L- 01I)
HB 1020
Introduced and read first time (H)
HB1021
Requires a certificate of value to be filed with certain transfers of real property. (LR# 2297L- 02I)
HB 1021
Introduced and read first time (H)
HB1022
Exempts movie tickets from state and local sales taxes. (LR# 2299L- 01I)
HB 1022
Introduced and read first time (H)
HB1023
Requires elevator safety and inspection standards to not be more stringent than federal standards. (LR# 2311L- 01I)
HB 1023
Introduced and read first time (H)
HB1024
Allows counties of the fourth classification to place on the ballot a measure to impose a landfill fee. (LR# 2214L- 03I)
HB 1024
Introduced and read first time (H)
HB1025
Creates tax holiday each August between 2001 and 2003. (LR# 2312L- 02I)
HB 1025
Introduced and read first time (H)
HB1026
Creates a public school beautification adoption program. (LR# 1057L- 01I)
HB 1026
Introduced and read first time (H)
HB1027
Directs department of revenue to develop system by which Hancock refunds can be donated to the state. (LR# 2252L- 01I)
HB 1027
Introduced and read first time (H)
HCR27
Declares the first day of May, 2001, to be a Statewide Prayer Day in Missouri. (LR# 2302L- 01I)
HCR0027
Introduced and read first time (H)
HCR28
Establishes an Office of the Faith-based and Community-based Liaison and a Task Force on Faith-based and Community-based Initiatives within state government. (LR# 2298L- 01I)
HCR0028
Introduced and read first time (H)
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
Reported Do Pass (H)
HJR13
Proposes a constitutional amendment to replace the Director of Transportation with a Secretary of Transportation and the Highways and Transportation Commission with a Bipartisan Advisory Council. (LR# 1029L- 02C)
HCS HJR 15 & 13
HCS Reported Do Pass (H)
HJR15
Proposes a constitutional amendment to replace the Director of Transportation with a Secretary of Transportation and the Highways and Transportation Commission with a Bipartisan Advisory Council. (LR# 1029L- 02C)
HCS HJR 15 & 13
HCS Reported Do Pass (H)
HJR21
Proposes a constitutional amendment reducing the minimum age for members of the General Assembly. (LR# 2236L- 01I)
HJR0021
Read second time (H)
HJR22
Requires voter approval of any tax increase by the General Assembly. (LR# 0838L- 01I)
HJR0022
Introduced and read first time (H)
HJR23
Requires funds from legal settlements to be used for health care and education. (LR# 2305L- 01I)
HJR0023
Introduced and read first time (H)
HR935
Relocating to Eugene, Oregon. (LR# 1260C- 01I)
HR 0935
Offered (H)
Issued (H)
HR936
Selected as marshal of the Cameron St. Patrick's Day Parade on March 1 7, 2001. (LR# 1212C- 01I)
HR 0936
Offered (H)
Issued (H)
HR937
Motorcycle Awareness and You campaign. (LR# 1268C- 01I)
HR 0937
Offered (H)
Issued (H)
HR938
Her passing. (LR# 1276C- 01I)
HR 0938
Offered (H)
Issued (H)
HR939
Eagle Scout Award (LR# 1247C- 02I)
HR 0939
Offered (H)
Issued (H)
HR940
Eagle Scout Award (LR# 1249C- 01I)
HR 0940
Offered (H)
Issued (H)
HR941
Named 2001 Missouri Mother of the Year. (LR# 1239C- 01I)
HR 0941
Offered (H)
Issued (H)
HR942
Best wishes for her birthday celebration on April 7, 2001. (LR# 1200C- 01I)
HR 0942
Offered (H)
Issued (H)
HR943
Rank of Eagle Scout (LR# 1270C- 01I)
HR 0943
Offered (H)
Issued (H)
HR944
Rank of Eagle Scout. (LR# 1271C- 01I)
HR 0944
Offered (H)
Issued (H)
HR945
Receives accolades at Court of Honor on April 1, 2001. (LR# 1111C- 01I)
HR 0945
Offered (H)
Issued (H)
HR946
Receives second set of military medals. (LR# 1245C- 01I)
HR 0946
Offered (H)
Issued (H)
HR947
Rank of Eagle Scout. (LR# 1251C- 01I)
HR 0947
Offered (H)
Issued (H)
HR948
Rank of Eagle Scout. (LR# 1248C- 01I)
HR 0948
Offered (H)
Issued (H)
HR949
Ninety-fifth birthday. (LR# 1322C- 01I)
HR 0949
Offered (H)
Issued (H)
HR950
Retiring as Zone 4 Councilman of the City of Springfield. (LR# 1286C- 01I)
HR 0950
Offered (H)
Issued (H)
HR951
Retiring as Mayor of the City of Springfield. (LR# 1285C- 01I)
HR 0951
Offered (H)
Issued (H)
HR952
Retiring as Zone 1 Councilman of the City of Springfield. (LR# 1287C- 01I)
HR 0952
Offered (H)
Issued (H)
HR953
Louisiana Chamber of Commerce Citizen of the Year. (LR# 1246C- 01I)
HR 0953
Offered (H)
Issued (H)
HR954
Commend Colleen Roche (LR# 1242C- 01I)
HR 0954
Offered (H)
Issued (H)
HR955
Dr. Robert Carolla, recipient of the 2000 Salute to Health Care award (LR# 1237C- 01)
HR 0955
Offered (H)
Issued (H)
HR956
Edward and Sonna Winter, Golden Wedding Anniversary (LR# 1274C- 01I)
HR 0956
Offered (H)
Issued (H)
HR957
Charles Coon, retirement as Cole County Deputy Clerk (LR# 1323C- 02I)
HR 0957
Offered (H)
Issued (H)
HR958
In memory of Jeanette Sheil (LR# 1129C- 01I)
HR 0958
Offered (H)
Issued (H)
SB76
Extends the termination date on the Kansas City public transportation sales tax from 2001 to 2003. (LR# 0547S- 01I)
SB 0076
Read second time (H)
SB135
Creates the Uniform Child Custody Jurisdiction and Enforcement Act. (LR# 0530L- 01I)
SB 0135
Read second time (H)
SB200
Creates Women Offender Program in Department of Corrections. (LR# 0718S- 01I)
SB 0200
Read second time (H)
SB422
Extends the fee collection period for the State Emergency Management Agency. (LR# 1740S- 01I)
SB 0422
Read second time (H)

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