March 29, 2001 House Activity Register
Missouri House of Representatives
Daily Activity Register
For Activities Recorded on March 29, 2001

HB15
House appropriations bill for supplemental purposes, claims for refunds and transfer of money among certain funds. (LR# 0015S- 03C)
SCS HCS HB 15
House refuse to concur-request Sen.recede-grant conf.(H)
HB52
Prohibits the prosecuting attorney of St. Francois County from engaging in the private practice of law. (LR# 0176L- 03I)
HB 0052
Perfected by Consent (H)
Reported perfected and printed (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
Perfected by Consent (H)
Reported perfected and printed (H)
HB314
Provides for the licensure of baccalaureate social workers. (LR# 0586L- 01P)
HB 0314
Third Read and Passed (H)
HB327
Extends the expiration of the Petroleum Storage Tank Insurance Fund and changes various board duties. (LR# 1098L- 04F)
HS HCS HB 327
Third Read and Passed (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
Perfected by Consent (H)
Reported perfected and printed (H)
HB408
Authorizes conveyances of graves in public cemeteries back to the county or municipality in certain cases. (LR# 1086L- 01I)
HB 0408
Perfected by Consent (H)
Reported perfected and printed (H)
HB410
Allows expanded weed removal procedures in the City of St. Peter's. (LR# 1252L- 01I)
HB 0410
Perfected by Consent (H)
Reported perfected and printed (H)
HB426
Authorizes a deferred retirement option plan for certain retirement systems. (LR# 1312L- 02C)
HCS HB 426
HCS Reported Do Pass (H)
HB428
Creates crime of eluding a law enforcement official. (LR# 1168L- 02C)
HCS HB 428
HCS Reported Do Pass (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
Perfected by Consent (H)
Reported perfected and printed (H)
HB501
Increases the authorization for water pollution bonds. (LR# 1007L- 01P)
HB 0501
Third Read and Passed (H)
HB555
Establishes a life sciences research program in the Department of Health and creates a life sciences research board. (LR# 1232L- 02I)
HB 0555
Reported Do Pass (H)
HB581
Enacts the Farmland Protection Act. (LR# 1516L- 02C)
HCS HB 581
Reported perfected and printed (H)
HB590
Places administration of tax credits for ADA compliance by small businesses under joint administration of the directors of Revenue and Economic Development. (LR# 1560L- 01I)
HB 0590
Third Read and Passed (H)
Reported to the Senate and first read (H)
HB593
Requires health insurers to treat mental health and chemical dependency in the same manner as other medical services. (LR# 1330L- 03C)
HCS HB 593
HCS 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
Perfected by Consent (H)
Reported perfected and printed (H)
HB606
Changes and standardizes certain provisions regarding county recorders of deeds. (LR# 1543L- 02I)
HB 0606
Perfected by Consent (H)
Reported perfected and printed (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# 1625 - 01P)
HS HB 612
Reported perfected and printed (H)
HB648
Creates alternative method of obtaining temporary driving permit. (LR# 1664L- 01I)
HB 0648
Third Read and Passed (H)
Reported to the Senate and first read (H)
HB664
Makes changes to charitable gift annuities provisions. (LR# 1656L- 01I)
HB 0664
Third Read and Passed (H)
HB679
Allows state employees to take a leave of absence to serve as a bone marrow or human organ donor. (LR# 1685L- 01P)
HB 0679
Reported perfected and printed (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
Perfected by Consent (H)
Reported perfected and printed (H)
HB725
Allows additional fund transfers in a certain school district. (LR# 1796L- 01I)
HB 0725
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
Perfected by Consent (H)
Reported perfected and printed (H)
HB823
Grants preferences in certain instances to rural water supply districts. (LR# 1573L- 02I)
HB 0823
Committee: Utilities Regulation (H)
Public Hearing Held (H)
HB824
Creates a Pharmaceutical Investment Program for Seniors to help defray the cost of pharmaceuticals for senior citizens. (LR# 1684L- 06F)
HS HCS HB 824
Reported perfected and printed (H)
HB825
Exempts bullion and investment coin from local sales taxes. (LR# 1903L- 01I)
HB 0825
Perfected by Consent (H)
Reported perfected and printed (H)
HB831
Creates office for victims of crime, funded by an increase in certain court filing fees. (LR# 1873L- 03C)
HCS HB 831
HCS Reported Do Pass (H)
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
Perfected by Consent (H)
Reported perfected and printed (H)
HB904
Expands the Missouri Economic Diversification and Afforestation Act of 1990 to include more recent agroforestry practices. (LR# 1421L- 01I)
HB 0904
Perfected by Consent (H)
Reported perfected and printed (H)
HB909
Authorizes exchange of property interests between the Department of Natural Resources and the City of Lexington. (LR# 2201L- 01I)
HB 0909
Perfected by Consent (H)
Reported perfected and printed (H)
HB915
The state of Missouri consents to be sued in state court under the Americans with Disabilities Act. (LR# 2123L- 01P)
HB 0915
Reported perfected and printed (H)
HB922
Authorizes city of Monett to annex municipal airport. (LR# 2213L- 01I)
HB 0922
Perfected by Consent (H)
Reported perfected and printed (H)
HB933
Clarifies that sales tax applies to sale and lease of motor vehicles and motorcycles. (LR# 1927L- 02I)
HB 0933
Perfected by Consent (H)
Reported perfected and printed (H)
HB945
Authorizes counties or a city not within a county to elect between two different juror compensation schemes. (LR# 2222L- 02I)
HB 0945
Perfected by Consent (H)
Reported perfected and printed (H)
HB949
Removes a complainant's right to appeal to the Department of Health regarding hospital whistleblower information. (LR# 2237L- 01I)
HB 0949
Third Read and Passed (H)
Reported to the Senate and first read (H)
HB951
Authorizes a conveyance of property in Cole County. (LR# 2246L- 01I)
HB 0951
Perfected by Consent (H)
Reported perfected and printed (H)
HB954
Revises driver's license suspension and recovation procedures for persons under twenty-one years of age. (LR# 2245L- 01I)
HB 0954
Perfected by Consent (H)
Reported perfected and printed (H)
HB955
Revises the Hospital Federal Reimbursement Allowance Program. (LR# 2234L- 01I)
HB 0955
Perfected by Consent (H)
Reported perfected and printed (H)
HB962
Removes provisions of law declared unconstitutional. (LR# 2247L- 01I)
HB 0962
Referred: Fiscal Review and Government Reform
HB963
Delineates the duties of a Urban Conservation Commission and Department of Urban Conservation, contingent upon the passage of a constitutional amendment creating such commission and department. (LR# 2233L- 01I)
HB 0963
Referred: Urban Affairs (H)
HB965
Exempts the cash value of insurance policies from the claims of general creditors. (LR# 2263L- 01I)
HB 0965
Referred: Civil and Administrative Law (H)
HB967
Changes compulsory school attendance age from sixteen to eighteen. (LR# 2053L- 01I)
HB 0967
Referred: Education-Elementary and Secondary (H)
HB968
Requires certain commercial insurance policies to be filed with the Department of Insurance. (LR# 2248L- 01I)
HB 0968
Referred: Insurance (H)
HB969
Excludes the State Capitol Building from the definition of "state property" for purposes of giving priority to blind persons for the operation of vending facilities on state property. (LR# 2262L- 01I)
HB 0969
Referred: Miscellaneous Bills and Resolutions (H)
HB970
For purposes of worker compensation law, makes positive tests for drug use proximate cause of injuries resulting to any employee testing positive for such drug use. (LR# 2073L- 02I)
HB 0970
Referred: Workers Compensation & Employment Security (H)
HB971
Revises provisions related to dismissal of workers' compensation cases. (LR# 1878L- 01I)
HB 0971
Referred: Workers Compensation & Employment Security (H)
HB972
Requires juvenile sex offenders to provide notice of their status as such to their school superintendent. (LR# 2260L- 01I)
HB 0972
Referred: Civil and Administrative Law (H)
HB973
Creates felony of intimidation of an athletic coach, manager or sports official. (LR# 2275L- 01I)
HB 0973
Referred: Criminal Law (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
Referred: Civil and Administrative Law (H)
HB975
Provides health insurance coverage for the treatment of maple syrup urine disease. (LR# 2266L- 01I)
HB 0975
Referred: Critical Issues ,Consumer Protection and Housing
HB976
Creates the class C misdemeanor of failure to confine a dog and provides certain defenses to that crime. (LR# 2257L- 01I)
HB 0976
Referred: Criminal Law (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
Referred: Criminal Law (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
Referred: Social Services, Medicaid and the Elderly (H)
HB979
Allows for recall elections of school district board members. (LR# 0513L- 01I)
HB 0979
Referred: Education-Elementary and Secondary (H)
HB982
Creates property tax abatement program for volunteer firefighters. (LR# 2270L- 02I)
HB 0982
Referred: Ways and Means (H)
HB983
Prohibits the firing of employees who miss work due to providing emergency services as a volunteer firefighter. (LR# 2267L- 01I)
HB 0983
Referred: Labor (H)
HB984
Makes the city of Adrian, Missouri the purple martin capitol of the state of Missouri. (LR# 2249L- 01I)
HB 0984
Referred: Tourism, Recreation & Cultural Affairs (H)
HB986
Expands the lemon law. (LR# 1217L- 01I)
HB 0986
Referred: Motor Vehicle & Traffic Regulations (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
Referred: Social Services, Medicaid and the Elderly (H)
HB988
Requires notice to Department of Economic Development of intent by certain companies to discontinue operations. (LR# 2303L- 01I)
HB 0988
Referred: Commerce and Economic Development
HB989
Authorizes extra unemployment compensation benefits for persons laid off from certain employers. (LR# 2293L- 01I)
HB 0989
Referred: Workers Compensation & Employment Security (H)
HB990
Exempts military income from state income tax. (LR# 1192L- 01I)
HB 0990
Referred: Ways and Means (H)
HB991
Adopts preferences for state purchasing of recycled toner cartridges. (LR# 0620L- 01I)
HB 0991
Referred: Critical Issues ,Consumer Protection and Housing
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
Referred: Missouri Tobacco Settlement (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
Referred: Social Services, Medicaid and the Elderly (H)
HB994
Creates sales tax exemption for railway excursions. (LR# 2184L- 01I)
HB 0994
Referred: Ways and Means (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
Referred: Miscellaneous Bills and Resolutions (H)
HB996
Waives the state's sovereign immunity for purposes of the federal Family and Medical Leave Act. (LR# 2271L- 01I)
HB 0996
Referred: Judiciary (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
Referred: Judiciary (H)
HB998
Creates "Missouri Family Training Program for Special Education.". (LR# 2261L- 01I)
HB 0998
Referred: Education-Elementary and Secondary (H)
HB999
Allows notification to adjacent landowners of planned construction of telecommunications towers. (LR# 2133L- 01I)
HB 0999
Referred: Critical Issues ,Consumer Protection and Housing
HB1001
Raises the Minimum Insurance Coverage for property damage from $10,000 to $20,000. (LR# 2280L- 01I)
HB 1001
Referred: Insurance (H)
HB1002
Enacts the Missouri Tobacco Settlement Attorney Compensation Act. (LR# 2191L- 01I)
HB 1002
Referred: Judiciary (H)
HB1003
Allows a tax credit for coal-generated plants built with pollution control devices. (LR# 1486L- 01I)
HB 1003
Referred: Ways and Means (H)
HB1004
Requires certain construction standards for buildings constructed after July 1, 2002, to provide accessibility for the disabled. (LR# 2294L- 01I)
HB 1004
Referred: Judiciary (H)
HB1005
Liability Insurance coverage for punitive damages. (LR# 2296L- 01I)
HB 1005
Referred: Judiciary (H)
HB1006
Creates the Pesticide Project Fund to fund various pesticide related issues. (LR# 2295L- 01I)
HB 1006
Referred: Agriculture (H)
HB1009
Prohibits the use of general revenue funds for abortions, abortion services or human fetal tissue research. (LR# 2258L- 02I)
HB 1009
Referred: Children, Families, and Health
HB1010
Enacts the Tax Credit Responsibility Act of 2001. (LR# 2309L- 01I)
HB 1010
Referred: Commerce and Economic Development
HB1011
Allows local housing corporations and neighborhood associations to petition for receivers in nuisance actions. (LR# 2289L- 01I)
HB 1011
Referred: Urban Affairs (H)
HB1014
Revises worker's compensation law. (LR# 1315L- 01I)
HB 1014
Referred: Workers Compensation & Employment Security (H)
HB1015
Deems a 4-week suspension or a positive test for controlled substances misconduct connected with work. (LR# 2276L- 02I)
HB 1015
Referred: Labor (H)
HB1016
Allows psychologists to administer, order and prescribe medications after obtaining certification and training. (LR# 2304L- 01I)
HB 1016
Referred: Professional Registration & Licensing (H)
HB1017
Enacts the Nurse Licensure Compact. (LR# 2288L- 01I)
HB 1017
Referred: Professional Registration & Licensing (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
Referred: Missouri Tobacco Settlement (H)
HB1019
Permits court-ordered testing of persons whose bodily fluids have come in contact with certain employees. (LR# 1251L- 02I)
HB 1019
Referred: Public Safety, Law Enforcement and Veteran Affairs
HB1020
Changes the word "fireman" to "firefighter" in chapter 87. (LR# 2310L- 01I)
HB 1020
Referred: Miscellaneous Bills and Resolutions (H)
HB1021
Requires a certificate of value to be filed with certain transfers of real property. (LR# 2297L- 02I)
HB 1021
Referred: Ways and Means (H)
HB1022
Exempts movie tickets from state and local sales taxes. (LR# 2299L- 01I)
HB 1022
Referred: Ways and Means (H)
HB1023
Requires elevator safety and inspection standards to not be more stringent than federal standards. (LR# 2311L- 01I)
HB 1023
Referred: Local Government and Related Matters (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
Referred: Local Government and Related Matters (H)
HB1026
Creates a public school beautification adoption program. (LR# 1057L- 01I)
HB 1026
Referred: Education-Elementary and Secondary (H)
HB1027
Directs department of revenue to develop system by which Hancock refunds can be donated to the state. (LR# 2252L- 01I)
HB 1027
Referred: Ways and Means (H)
HCR5
Extends the Joint Interim Committee on Telecommunications and Energy to the Ninety-first General Assembly. (LR# 1064L- 01I)
HCR0005
Reported Do Pass (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
Reported Do Pass (H)
HCR12
Urges Congress to consider establishing a strong remedial federal energy policy that delegates emergency powers to individual states. (LR# 1597L- 01I)
HCR0012
Reported Do Pass (H)
HCR24
Urges the U.S. Congress to address the issue of increased fuel prices by developing domestic sources to reduce our dependency on foreign sources of fuel. (LR# 2070L- 01I)
HCR0024
Reported Do Pass (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- 03F)
HS HJR 11
Reported perfected and printed (H)
HJR19
Proposes a constitutional amendment to establish the Department of Urban Conservation. (LR# 2232L- 01I)
HJR0019
Referred: Urban Affairs (H)
HJR21
Proposes a constitutional amendment reducing the minimum age for members of the General Assembly. (LR# 2236L- 01I)
HJR0021
Referred: Judiciary (H)
HR229
Permits the 4-H Citizenship Youth Forum to use the House Chamber for a mock legislative session on June 28, 2001. (LR# 1540L- 01I)
HR 0229
Referred: Miscellaneous Bills and Resolutions (H)
HR773
Supports Congressional resolutions which aim to prevent unfair denial of compensation to persons with vaccine-related injuries. (LR# 2228L- 01I)
HR 0773
Referred: Miscellaneous Bills and Resolutions (H)
HR922
Establishes a House Interim Committee to make an in-depth analysis of the budget of the Department of Social Services. (LR# 2277L- 01I)
HR 0922
Referred: Miscellaneous Bills and Resolutions (H)
HR1008
Permits the Missouri Catholic Conference to use the House Chamber and Hearing Rooms on Saturday, September 22, 2001. (LR# 2313L- 01I)
HR 1008
Referred: Miscellaneous Bills and Resolutions (H)
HR1034
100th Anniversary of Flavin/Browne Complex (LR# 1453C- 01)
HR 1034
Offered (H)
Issued (H)
HR1035
In honor of Melissa Lee Marglous (LR# 1334C- 01)
HR 1035
Offered (H)
Issued (H)
HR1036
70th Wedding Anniversary of Howard and Mildred Rogers (LR# 1511C- 01I)
HR 1036
Offered (H)
Issued (H)
HR1037
Congratulations to John A. Caravelli (LR# 1488C- 01I)
HR 1037
Offered (H)
Issued (H)
HR1038
In honor of June Rae Wood (LR# 1477C- 01I)
HR 1038
Offered (H)
Issued (H)
HR1039
50th Wedding Anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Albers (LR# 1512C- 02I)
HR 1039
Offered (H)
Issued (H)
HR1040
Retirement of Henry Mason, Jr. (LR# 1490C- 01I)
HR 1040
Offered (H)
Issued (H)
HR1041
In honor of the Blair Oaks High School Basketball Team (LR# 1505C- 01I)
HR 1041
Offered (H)
Issued (H)
HR1042
In honor oth the Adult Basic Education Administrators (LR# 1516C- 02I)
HR 1042
Offered (H)
Issued (H)
HR1043
In memory of Robert Livingston Boyd (LR# 1517C- 01I)
HR 1043
Offered (H)
Issued (H)
HR1044
120th Anniversary of the Yokum Chapel A.M.E. Church (LR# 1496C- 01I)
HR 1044
Offered (H)
Issued (H)
HR1045
Retirement of George H. Woodward (LR# 1498C- 01I)
HR 1045
Offered (H)
Issued (H)
HR1046
75th Birthday of James Molder (LR# 1499C- 01I)
HR 1046
Offered (H)
Issued (H)
SB4
Raises Kansas City police salaries. (LR# 0529S- 02C)
SCS SB 4
Referred: Urban Affairs (H)
SB7
Allows notices of hearings on special business districts to be sent by regular mail. (LR# 0585S- 01I)
SB 0007
Referred: Local Government and Related Matters (H)
SB10
Divorce judgments shall not expire; Internet government documents are not hearsay; blind pensions not state debt for estate. (LR# 0358S- 04)
SCS SB 10
Referred: Judiciary (H)
SB12
Allows non-attorneys to appear in certain administrative hearings. (LR# 0305L- 01P)
SB 0012
Referred: Judiciary (H)
SB13
Exempts retired members of the armed services from paying personalized license plate fee. (LR# 0306S- 05)
SCS SB 13
Referred: Motor Vehicle & Traffic Regulations (H)
SB26
Allows the state board of education or school boards to award high school diplomas to World War II veterans. (LR# 0116S- 03)
SCS SB 26 & 126
Referred: Public Safety, Law Enforcement and Veteran Affairs
SB36
Provides for .08 DWI/BAC and increases collateral consequences; prohibits open containers for passengers. (LR# 0356S- 03P)
SCS SB 36
Referred: Criminal Law (H)
SB41
Creates spinal cord injury research grants, andministered by a new advisory board created for that purpose. (LR# 0401S- 04)
SCS SB 41
Referred: Education-Higher (H)
SB44
Expedites the adoption of foster children by waiving or shortening certain waiting periods. (LR# 0324S- 03)
SCS SB 44 & 59
Referred: Children, Families, and Health
SB46
Allows dental students to enroll in the loan repayment program and establishes a donated dental services program. (LR# 0418S- 04C)
SS SCS SB 46 & 47
Referred: Children, Families, and Health
SB58
Establishes a Bird Appreciation Day. (LR# 0203S- 01I)
SB 0058
Referred: Education-Elementary and Secondary (H)
SB72
Allows public records to be reproduced using a computer-generated electronic retrieval system. (LR# 0448L- 01I)
SB 0072
Referred: Civil and Administrative Law (H)
SB76
Extends the termination date on the Kansas City public transportation sales tax from 2001 to 2003. (LR# 0547S- 01I)
SB 0076
Referred: Urban Affairs (H)
SB86
Proposed county building code shall be submitted only to voters in the area governed by the code. (LR# 0226S- 01P)
SB 0086
Referred: Miscellaneous Bills and Resolutions (H)
SB87
Requires assessment to be filed with petition for civil commitment of sexually violent predators. (LR# 0229S- 01I)
SB 0087
Referred: Civil and Administrative Law (H)
SB110
Corrects intersectional references in law regulating the manufacture, renovation and sale of mattresses. (LR# 0347S- 01I)
SB 0110
Referred: Children, Families, and Health
SB111
Revenue department to cooperate in federal-state agreement to recognize disabled persons license plates. (LR# 0410S- 01I)
SB 0111
Referred: Motor Vehicle & Traffic Regulations (H)
SB125
Authorizes removal of property from the Springfield Community Improvement District. (LR# 0635S- 01I)
SB 0125
Referred: Local Government and Related Matters (H)
SB128
Grants immunity from liability for injuries or death resulting from risks of paddlesport activities. (LR# 0323S- 01P)
SB 0128
Referred: Judiciary (H)
SB136
Modifies membership and duties of the Organ Donation Advisory Committee and allows incresed contributions to organ donation programs. (LR# 0550S- 02)
SCS SB 136
Referred: Children, Families, and Health
SB142
Allows owners of different classes of motor vehicles to apply for Korean War Veteran license plates. (LR# 0329S- 01I)
SB 0142
Referred: Motor Vehicle & Traffic Regulations (H)
SB148
Specifies the effective dates for laws passed by initiative and vetoed bills when veto is overridden. (LR# 0136S- 02I)
SB 0148
Referred: Elections (H)
SB149
Revises motor vehicle emissions inpections for certain areas. (LR# 0128S- 02C)
SCS SB 149
Referred: Environment and Energy (H)
SB151
Prohibits insurers from placing applicants in highrisk coverage categories based on no prior insurance coverage. (LR# 0330S- 02C)
SCS SB 151
Referred: Insurance (H)
SB178
Amends law relating to amending a condominium association's bylaws and prohibits tying of services. (LR# 0643S- 03)
SCS SB 178
Referred: Local Government and Related Matters (H)
SB179
Exempts residential mortgage brokers who post sufficient bond from conducting annual certified audits. (LR# 0645S- 01I)
SB 0179
Referred: Banks and Financial Institutions (H)
SB185
Revises historical motor vehicle license plate law. (LR# 0716L- 01I)
SB 0185
Referred: Motor Vehicle & Traffic Regulations (H)
SB186
Allows persons licensed to provide small loans to also furnish deferred presentment services. (LR# 0610S- 03C)
SCS SB 186
Referred: Banks and Financial Institutions (H)
SB191
Third class cities in St. Louis County shall fill vacancies by appointment. (LR# 0700S- 01I)
SB 0191
Referred: Local Government and Related Matters (H)
SB197
Expands the grant of immunity for the donation of certain fire equipment. (LR# 0781S- 03)
SCS SB 197
Referred: Judiciary (H)
SB200
Creates Women Offender Program in Department of Corrections. (LR# 0718S- 01I)
SB 0200
Referred: Correctional & State Institutions (H)
SB201
Governor shall declare February as Missouri Lifelong Learning Month. (LR# 0809S- 01I)
SB 0201
Read second time (H)
Referred: Education-Elementary and Secondary (H)
SB203
Sales tax imposed by the metropolitan park and recreation system. (LR# 0854S- 01I)
SB 0203
Referred: Miscellaneous Bills and Resolutions (H)
SB207
Expands those who are not liable for information reported to the State Board of Registration for the Healing Arts. (LR# 0826S- 01I)
SB 0207
Referred: Professional Registration & Licensing (H)
SB216
Clarifies appointments to the State Board of Registration for the Healing Arts. (LR# 0923S- 01I)
SB 0216
Referred: Professional Registration & Licensing (H)
SB219
Allows a surviving spouse to obtain an autopsy report. (LR# 0067S- 01I)
SB 0219
Referred: Children, Families, and Health
SB223
Clarifies procedure for court instructions regarding lesser included offenses. (LR# 0811S- 01I)
SB 0223
Referred: Criminal Law (H)
SB224
Authorizes law enforcement districts in certain counties. (LR# 0887L- 02I)
SB 0224
Referred: Public Safety, Law Enforcement and Veteran Affairs
SB227
Beneficiary designations made on or after August 28, 1989, shall be presumed resolved upon divorce. (LR# 0969S- 01I)
SB 0227
Referred: Insurance (H)
SB234
Expands the sales tax exemption for telecommunication services. (LR# 0214S- 02C)
SCS SB 234
Referred: Ways and Means (H)
SB236
Adds first cousins to the list of relatives eligible for adoption subsidies. (LR# 0889S- 02)
SCS SB 236
Referred: Social Services, Medicaid and the Elderly (H)
SB241
Allows mutual insurance companies to notify policy holders via newspaper under certain merger conditions. (LR# 1078S- 03)
SCS SB 241
Referred: Insurance (H)
SB244
Suspends a person's driver's license who steals gas from a gas station. (LR# 0857S- 01P)
SS SB 244
Referred: Transportation (H)
SB252
Authorizes the Missouri National Guard and the City of Joplin to exchange two parcels of property. (LR# 1069S- 01I)
SB 0252
Referred: Correctional & State Institutions (H)
SB256
Political subdivisions may require connection to sewer system. (LR# 0497S- 02T)
SB 0256
Senate concurs (S)
HCA 1, HA 1 ADOPTED
Truly agreed to and finally passed
SB258
Circuit clerks must deposit funds into court registry. (LR# 0987S- 02I)
SB 0258
Referred: Judiciary (H)
SB264
Division of benefits in divorce may begin on agreed upon date. (LR# 0983S- 03C)
SCS SB 264
Referred: Critical Issues ,Consumer Protection and Housing
SB270
Certain chiefs ALJS shall be elected for 2 years. (LR# 0988S- 02C)
SCS SB 270
Referred: Judiciary (H)
SB274
Allows counties to contribute to County Employees' Retirement System. (LR# 1209S- 01I)
SB 0274
Referred: Critical Issues ,Consumer Protection and Housing
SB275
Allows the placement of a deaf or hearing impaired notation on driver's licenses. (LR# 1024S- 01I)
SB 0275
Referred: Motor Vehicle & Traffic Regulations (H)
SB290
Increases benefits for the Kansas City police and civilian police employee retirement system. (LR# 1213 - 04)
SCS SB 290
Referred: Urban Affairs (H)
SB352
Defines terms relating to the captial improvements sales tax in certain municipalities. (LR# 0420S- 05C)
SCS SB 352
Referred: Local Government and Related Matters (H)
SB365
Allows Cuba, Missouri to impose a tourism tax. (LR# 1445S- 01I)
SB 0365
Referred: Tourism, Recreation & Cultural Affairs (H)
SB366
Corrects certain statutory cross-references in Chapter 288 of the Revised Statutes of Missouri. (LR# 1426L- 01I)
SB 0366
Referred: Workers Compensation & Employment Security (H)
SB370
Revises Principal and Income Act and the rule against perpetuities. (LR# 1180S- 02I)
SB 0370
Referred: Civil and Administrative Law (H)
SB380
Revises the industrial classification system for determination of unemployment contributions. (LR# 1425L- 01I)
SB 0380
Referred: Workers Compensation & Employment Security (H)
SB382
Prohibits release of nonpublic information by financial institutions. (LR# 1519S- 04C)
SCS SB 382
Referred: Banks and Financial Institutions (H)
SB416
Requires employers to keep records regarding child employees and makes technical changes to child labor chapter. (LR# 1147S- 01I)
SB 0416
Referred: Miscellaneous Bills and Resolutions (H)
SB430
Allows the City of St. Louis to establish a band fund. (LR# 1586L- 01I)
SB 0430
Referred: Municipal Corporations (H)
SB431
Authorizes the Governor to convey the rights to certain water held in Mark Twain Lake. (LR# 1055S- 04C)
SCS SB 431
Read second time (H)
SB449
Promotes Alzheimer's awareness through public recognition and increased training. (LR# 1854S- 01I)
SB 0449
Referred: Social Services, Medicaid and the Elderly (H)
SB486
Recalling fire district board members requires misconduct in office. (LR# 1015S- 04C)
SCS SB 486
Referred: Local Government and Related Matters (H)
SB491
Modifies election process for nursing home district directors. (LR# 1968S- 04C)
SCS SB 491
Referred: Local Government and Related Matters (H)
SB515
Modifies requirements for items that are filed with the Recorder of Deeds. (LR# 2013S- 03C)
SCS SB 515
Read second time (H)
SB623
Allows 2 sets of specialized plates to be issued to U.S. Congressional members. (LR# 2197S- 02C)
SCS SB 623
Read second time (H)
SCR3
Requests the Department of Elementary and Secondary Education to develop a model curriculum for public school instruction concerning the Lewis and Clark Expedition. (LR# 0349S- 01I)
SCR0003
Referred: Education-Elementary and Secondary (H)
SCR6
Hereby declare April 6th of each year as Tartan Day in Missouri. (LR# 0824 - 01)
SS SCR 6
Referred: Miscellaneous Bills and Resolutions (H)
SCR10
Asks Congress to approve the Railroad Retirement and Survivors Improvement Act. (LR# 1416S- 01I)
SCR0010
Referred: Miscellaneous Bills and Resolutions (H)
SCR13
Urges reconsideration of the federal plan to change Missouri River water levels. (LR# 1548 - 01)
SS SCR 13
Referred: Conservation, State Parks, and Mining
SCR16
Asks Congress to adopt a comprehensive military voting right act. (LR# 1786S- 01I)
SCR0016
Referred: Public Safety, Law Enforcement and Veteran Affairs
SCR18
Joint Committee on Telecommunications and Energy. (LR# 1571S- 02I)
SCR0018
Referred: Utilities Regulation (H)
SCR19
Declares Child Citizenship Day. (LR# 2029S- 01I)
SCR0019
Referred: Children, Families, and Health

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