SENIOR CITIZEN ADVOCACY
Bills Assigned to Committee
SENIOR CITIZEN ADVOCACY

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HB45 --- Sponsor: Sater, David --- CoSponsor: Jones, Timothy W.
Authorizes an income tax credit for food or cash donations to senior citizen services centers
HB45 -- (LR# 0096L.01P)
Laid Over - Third Reading (H) HB154 --- Sponsor: Ruestman, Marilyn --- CoSponsor: Emery, Edgar G. H.
Establishes the Foster Care Education Bill of Rights and changes the laws regarding the placement of children and the appointment of standby guardians
HB154 -- (LR# 0778L.01I)
Approved by Governor (G)
Delivered to Secretary of State (G) HB156 --- Sponsor: Nance, Bob --- CoSponsor: Ruestman, Marilyn
Authorizes the Family Support Division to assist certain elderly individuals who qualify for the federal Food Stamp Program in obtaining supplemental food stamps
HB156 -- (LR# 0424L.01P)
Reported to the House with... (S)
SS AS AMENDED
HB199 --- Sponsor: Brandom, Ellen --- CoSponsor: Sander, Therese
Authorizes an income tax credit for food or cash donations to senior citizen services centers
HB199 -- (LR# 0104L.01I)
Referred: Senior Citizen Advocacy (H) HB395 --- Sponsor: Nance, Bob --- CoSponsor: Nolte, Jerry
Changes the laws regarding long-term care facilities and residents and home and community-based care assessments
HB395 -- (LR# 1162L.01P)
Approved by Governor (G)
Delivered to Secretary of State (G)
THIS BILL BECOMES EFFECTIVE AUGUST 28, 2009,
EXCEPT FOR SECTIONS 208.437, 208.480, 338.535,
338.550, AND 633.401 WHICH HAVE A JULY 10, 2009
EFFECTIVE DATE
HB935 --- Sponsor: Chappelle-Nadal, Maria --- CoSponsor: Nance, Bob
Requires the Department of Health and Senior Services to strongly encourage long-term care facilities to institute policies encouraging familial involvement in the well-being and support of its residents
HB935 -- (LR# 2037L.01I)
Voted Do Pass (H) HB950 --- Sponsor: Oxford, Jeanette Mott --- CoSponsor: Walsh, Regina
Requires the development of caseload standards by the departments of Health and Senior Services and Mental Health
HB950 -- (LR# 1143L.01I)
Referred: Senior Citizen Advocacy (H) HB966 --- Sponsor: Schoeller, Shane
Changes the laws regarding long-term care facilities
HB966 -- (LR# 2089L.01I)
Referred: Rules - Pursuant to Rule 25(32)(f) (H) HB1012 --- Sponsor: Corcoran, Michael George --- CoSponsor: Spreng, Michael
Requires all residents of long-term care facilities to have background checks for the purpose of identifying those residents who are sexual offenders
HB1012 -- (LR# 2322L.02I)
Referred: Senior Citizen Advocacy (H) HB1057 --- Sponsor: Allen, Sue --- CoSponsor: Dieckhaus, Scott
Requires the state to use a portion of the economic stimulus funds to reimburse certain unemployed volunteers for mileage expenses incurred while delivering meals through a state home-delivered meals program
HB1057 -- (LR# 2377L.02I)
Referred: Senior Citizen Advocacy (H) HB1119 --- Sponsor: Lampe, Sara --- CoSponsor: Norr, Charlie
Expands the Amber Alert System to include missing endangered adults, specifies the criteria for being an endangered adult, and changes the system's name to Amber Alert and Silver Alert System
HB1119 -- (LR# 1125L.01I)
Referred: Senior Citizen Advocacy (H) HCR9 --- Sponsor: Nance, Bob --- CoSponsor: Grisamore, Jeff
Urges the United States Congress to enact the Giving Incentives for Volunteers Everywhere (GIVE) Act which would increase the deduction and mileage reimbursement rate for volunteers
HCR9 -- (LR# 0655L.01I)
SEE COMMENTS
PLACED ON THE INFORMAL CALENDAR
SB538 --- Sponsor: Champion, Norma
Increases the personal needs allowance for residents in long-term care facilities
SB538 -- (LR# 2254S.01I)
Referred: Fiscal Review (H) redbar
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