SPECIAL STANDING COMMITTEE ON CHILDREN AND FAMILIES
Bills Assigned to Committee
SPECIAL STANDING COMMITTEE ON CHILDREN AND FAMILIES

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HB30 --- Sponsor: Brandom, Ellen --- CoSponsor: Wallace, Maynard
Requires the Department of Social Services to test applicants for or recipients of Temporary Assistance for Needy Families benefits for the illegal use of controlled substances
HB30 -- (LR# 0103L.01P)
Placed on Informal Calendar (S)
SCS, SS/SCS PENDING
HB32 --- Sponsor: Sater, David --- CoSponsor: Weter, Raymond 'Ray'
Requires, subject to appropriations, the Department of Health and Senior Services to establish an access to healthy food pilot program
HB32 -- (LR# 0132L.01I)
Referred: Spec Standing Committee on Children & Families (H) HB42 --- Sponsor: Sater, David
Modifies the requirements for eligibility and receipt of Temporary Assistance for Needy Families benefits
HB42 -- (LR# 0126L.01I)
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Public Hearing Completed (H) HB46 --- Sponsor: Davis, Cynthia --- CoSponsor: Cox, Stanley
Changes the laws regarding the consent requirements for obtaining an abortion and creates the crime of coercing an abortion
SS HCS HB 46 & 434 -- (LR# 0385S.10P)
SEE COMMENTS
SENATE REQUESTS HOUSE TAKE UP AND PASS
SS HCS HB 46 & 434
HB48 --- Sponsor: Davis, Cynthia --- CoSponsor: Harris, Belinda
Allows certain adopted adults who are 21 years of age or older to receive a certified copy of his or her original unaltered birth certificate and adoption records
HB48 -- (LR# 0124L.01I)
Referred: Spec Standing Committee on Children & Families (H) HB126 --- Sponsor: Sater, David --- CoSponsor: Silvey, Ryan
Requires all employers in the state who provide paid or unpaid leave to employees for the birth of a child to provide the same leave for the adoption of a child
HB126 -- (LR# 0573L.01I)
Referred: Spec Standing Committee on Children & Families (H) HB141 --- Sponsor: Hughes, Leonard S.
Increases the length of time from no later than 15 days to no later than 60 days after the birth of a child in which the father has to establish paternity prior to an adoption
HB141 -- (LR# 0499L.01I)
Referred: Spec Standing Committee on Children & Families (H) HB296 --- Sponsor: Chappelle-Nadal, Maria --- CoSponsor: Oxford, Jeanette Mott
Requires, subject to appropriations, an expansion of the variety of kosher foods approved under the Women, Infants, and Children (WIC) Special Supplemental Food Program
HB296 -- (LR# 0804L.01I)
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Public Hearing Completed (H) HB307 --- Sponsor: Cunningham, Mike
Allows a parent to request and the court to order that up to 10% of court-ordered child support payments be set aside in a savings or educational account
HB307 -- (LR# 0567L.01I)
Referred: Spec Standing Committee on Children & Families (H) HB369 --- Sponsor: Aull, Joe
Changes the requirements for providing notice of the relocation of a child by the custodial parent
HB369 -- (LR# 1362L.01I)
Referred: Spec Standing Committee on Children & Families (H) HB393 --- Sponsor: Schoeller, Shane --- CoSponsor: Lampe, Sara
Changes the laws regarding hotline calls reporting child abuse and neglect to the Children's Division within the Department of Social Services
HB393 -- (LR# 0593L.01I)
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Public Hearing Completed (H) HB408 --- Sponsor: Low, Beth --- CoSponsor: McNeil, Margo
Establishes the Children's Product Safety Act
HB408 -- (LR# 0607L.01I)
Referred: Spec Standing Committee on Children & Families (H) HB424 --- Sponsor: Davis, Cynthia --- CoSponsor: Sander, Therese
Guarantees a parent or legal guardian the right to care, educate, and raise his or her children without governmental hindrance unless there is a compelling interest upon voter approval
HB424 -- (LR# 1284L.01I)
Referred: Spec Standing Committee on Children & Families (H) HB434 --- Sponsor: Davis, Cynthia --- CoSponsor: Cox, Stanley
Changes the laws regarding the consent requirements for obtaining an abortion and creates the crime of coercing an abortion
HB434 -- (LR# 1085L.01I)
SEE COMMENTS
SENATE REQUESTS HOUSE TAKE UP AND PASS
SS HCS HB 46 & 434
HB476 --- Sponsor: Talboy, Mike
Repeals the provision allowing certain individuals with ministerial or tocological certification to provide midwifery services in this state
HB476 -- (LR# 1217L.01I)
Referred: Spec Standing Committee on Children & Families (H) HB532 --- Sponsor: Kraus, Will --- CoSponsor: Yates, Brian
Gives immunity from civil or criminal liability to persons reporting suspected child abuse to the proper authorities of a medical institution, school facility, or public or private agency
HB532 -- (LR# 0271L.01I)
Referred: Spec Standing Committee on Children & Families (H) HB570 --- Sponsor: Harris, Belinda --- CoSponsor: Sander, Therese
Changes the laws regarding abortions
HB570 -- (LR# 1324L.01I)
Referred: Rules - Pursuant to Rule 25(32)(f) (H) HB610 --- Sponsor: Oxford, Jeanette Mott --- CoSponsor: Nasheed, Jamilah
Provides outreach services, educational training for child care professionals, and subsidies for early childhood programs
HB610 -- (LR# 1138L.01I)
Referred: Spec Standing Committee on Children & Families (H) HB720 --- Sponsor: LeVota, Paul --- CoSponsor: Oxford, Jeanette Mott
Adds any adult person who resides in the same household and witnesses the abuse or neglect or possible abuse or neglect of a child to the list of persons required to report or make a report
HB720 -- (LR# 1594L.01I)
Referred: Spec Standing Committee on Children & Families (H) HB758 --- Sponsor: Grill, Jason --- CoSponsor: Pace, Sharon
Establishes the Child Nutrition and Wellness Act of 2009, the Office of Child Nutrition and Wellness, and the Advisory Council on Child Nutrition and Wellness
HB758 -- (LR# 1765L.01I)
Referred: Spec Standing Committee on Children & Families (H) HB832 --- Sponsor: Kraus, Will --- CoSponsor: Day, David
Allows a parent to file a family support motion to modify child support owed if there is a 20% or more change in the obligated party's income
HB832 -- (LR# 1402L.01I)
Referred: Spec Standing Committee on Children & Families (H) HB863 --- Sponsor: Dixon, Bob --- CoSponsor: Kuessner, J. C.
Establishes the Child Witness Protection Act regarding certain children 17 years of age or younger who are testifying in specified judicial proceedings
HB863 -- (LR# 1247L.02I)
Approved by Governor (G)
Delivered to Secretary of State (G) HB879 --- Sponsor: Kirkton, Jeanne --- CoSponsor: Schupp, Jill
Requires a non-custodial parent to pay child support until his or her child reaches 22 years of age instead of 21 years of age
HB879 -- (LR# 1408L.01I)
Referred: Spec Standing Committee on Children & Families (H) HB949 --- Sponsor: Gatschenberger, Chuck --- CoSponsor: Zerr, Anne
Requires the Department of Social Services to test applicants and recipients of Temporary Assistance for Needy Families benefits for the illegal use of controlled substances
HB949 -- (LR# 2326L.01I)
Referred: Spec Standing Committee on Children & Families (H) HB968 --- Sponsor: Nasheed, Jamilah --- CoSponsor: Oxford, Jeanette Mott
Allows certain individuals to be eligible for food stamp benefits if the person participates in a substance abuse treatment program
HB968 -- (LR# 1912L.01I)
Referred: Spec Standing Committee on Children & Families (H) HB994 --- Sponsor: Smith, Joe
Allows criminal charges to be filed against a mother who intentionally used or ingested an illegal controlled substance while she was pregnant which resulted in harm to her unborn child
HB994 -- (LR# 0183L.01I)
Referred: Spec Standing Committee on Children & Families (H) HB999 --- Sponsor: Low, Beth --- CoSponsor: McClanahan, Rebecca Payne
Changes the laws regarding sexual education, sexually transmitted infection therapies, and pregnancy prevention
HB999 -- (LR# 0632L.02I)
Referred: Spec Standing Committee on Children & Families (H) HB1117 --- Sponsor: Davis, Cynthia
Requires hospitals and birthing centers to provide maternity patients with informational leaflets regarding the annual percentages of specified maternity-related procedures performed at the facility
HB1117 -- (LR# 2489L.02I)
Referred: Spec Standing Committee on Children & Families (H) HB1178 --- Sponsor: Dusenberg, Gary --- CoSponsor: Yates, Brian
Changes the laws regarding the consent requirements for obtaining an abortion and creates the crime of coercing an abortion
HB1178 -- (LR# 2527L.01I)
Referred: Spec Standing Committee on Children & Families (H) HB1200 --- Sponsor: Grisamore, Jeff --- CoSponsor: Sater, David
Changes the laws regarding criminal background checks conducted under the Family Care Safety Registry
HB1200 -- (LR# 2452L.02I)
Referred: Spec Standing Committee on Children & Families (H) HCR49 --- Sponsor: Oxford, Jeanette Mott --- CoSponsor: Low, Beth
Strongly urges and encourages every county in the state to develop a plan to resolve homelessness in this state
HCR49 -- (LR# 2427L.01I)
Referred: Spec Standing Committee on Children & Families (H) HCR53 --- Sponsor: Corcoran, Michael George --- CoSponsor: Oxford, Jeanette Mott
Establishes a Joint Interim Committee on Foster Care Transition to continue the work of the Missouri Aging Out Task Force
HCR53 -- (LR# 2458L.04I)
Voted Do Pass (H) HJR16 --- Sponsor: Davis, Cynthia --- CoSponsor: Sander, Therese
Proposes a constitutional amendment guaranteeing a parent or legal guardian the right to care, educate, and raise his or her children without governmental hindrance unless there is a compelling interest
HJR16 -- (LR# 1285L.01I)
Rules - Reported Do Pass (H) HJR38 --- Sponsor: Nieves, Brian D. --- CoSponsor: Pratt, Bryan
Proposes a constitutional amendment prohibiting the expenditure of public funds for abortion services, human cloning, or certain human research
HJR38 -- (LR# 2391L.01I)
Referred: Spec Standing Committee on Children & Families (H) HR212 --- Sponsor: Dixon, Bob --- CoSponsor: Richard, Ron
Urges the United States Congress to summarily reject the enactment of the federal Freedom of Choice Act which classifies abortion as a fundamental right and prohibits any restrictions on abortions
HR212 -- (LR# 0915L.02I)
HCS Adopted (H)
AYES: 116
NOES: 40
PRESENT: 2
HR294 --- Sponsor: Dixon, Bob --- CoSponsor: Richard, Ron
Urges the United States Congress to summarily reject the enactment of the federal Freedom of Choice Act which classifies abortion as a fundamental right and prohibits any restrictions on abortions
HCS HR 294 & 212 -- (LR# 1396L.03C)
HCS Adopted (H)
AYES: 116
NOES: 40
PRESENT: 2
SB96 --- Sponsor: Justus, Jolie L.
Establishes educational rights for foster care students and requires a full school day of education for certain children
SB96 -- (LR# 0225S.01I)
Referred: Rules - Pursuant to Rule 25(32)(f) (H) SB232 --- Sponsor: Cunningham, Jane
Prohibits certain public agencies and political subdivisions from discrimination based on an individual's elementary and secondary education program
SB232 -- (LR# 0846S.01T)
Approved by Governor (G)
Delivered to Secretary of State (G) redbar
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Last Updated November 17, 20 at 9:29 am