January 20, 1997 House Activity Register
Missouri House of Representatives
Daily Activity Register
For Activities Recorded on January 20, 1997

HB26
PROVIDES FOR TELEPHONIC SEARCH WARRANTS. (LR# 0024- 01)
HB 0026
Referred: Judiciary (H)
HB27
CREATES CRIME OF SEXUAL MISCONDUCT INVOLVING A CHILD. (LR# 0025- 02)
HB 0027
Referred: Criminal Law (H)
HB28
EXEMPTS FOOD FROM CERTAIN SALES TAXES. (LR# 0232- 01)
HB 0028
Referred: Ways and Means (H)
HB29
PROHIBITS PETITIONER'S INVOLVED IN HOMOSEXUAL RELATIONSHIPS FROM ADOPTING OR BECOMING FOSTER PARENTS. (LR# 0268- 01)
HB 0029
Referred: Critical Issues (H)
HB30
REQUIRES PERSONS MAKING AN ABUSE REPORT TO PROVIDE THEIR NAME, ADDRESS AND TELEPHONE NUMBER BEFORE IT CAN BE INVESTIGATED. (LR# 0269- 01)
HB 0030
Referred: Critical Issues (H)
HB31
ALLOWS PERIPHERAL ZONING IN CERTAIN CITIES. (LR# 0118- 01)
HB 0031
Referred: Local Government and Related Matters (H)
HB32
CREATES A DESIGNATION OF ESSENTIAL COMMUNITY PROVIDER TO PHYSICIANS SERVICING CERTAIN AREAS AND POPULATIONS. (LR# 0356- 01)
HB 0032
Referred: Public Health and Safety (H)
HB33
CHANGES QUALIFICATIONS OF JURORS. (LR# 0363- 01)
HB 0033
Referred: Judiciary (H)
HB34
PROVIDES A TEN PERCENT TAX CREDIT FOR CHILD CARE SERVICE EXPENDITURES. (LR# 0358- 01)
HB 0034
Referred: Children, Youth & Families (H)
HB35
ESTABLISHES MISSOURI TRANSITION SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM. (LR# 0362- 01)
HB 0035
Referred: Education-Higher (H)
HB36
CREATES SALES TAX EXEMPTION FOR FOOD. (LR# 0099- 01)
HB 0036
Referred: Ways and Means (H)
HB37
ESTABLISHES CRIME OF ANIMAL FIGHTING. (LR# 0050- 01)
HB 0037
Referred: Criminal Law (H)
HB39
BOARDS OF CERTAIN UNIVERSITIES ALLOWED ADDITIONAL MEMBERS AND REIMBURSEMENT OF EXPENSE. (LR# 0128- 01)
HB 0039
Referred: Education-Higher (H)
HB40
RESTRICTS ISSUANCE AND RENEWAL OF CERTAIN PROFESSIONAL LICENSES AND REGISTRATIONS FOR FAILURE TO REPAY STUDENT LOANS. (LR# 0130- 01)
HB 0040
Referred: Education-Higher (H)
HB41
REQUIRES CERTAIN COUNTY COURTHOUSES BE MADE AVAILABLE FOR CERTAIN POLITICAL ACTIVITIES. (LR# 0131- 01)
HB 0041
Referred: Local Government and Related Matters (H)
HB42
ALLOWS COUNTIES MORE FLEXIBILITY IN THE USE OF ROAD AND BRIDGE FUNDS. (LR# 0132- 01)
HB 0042
Referred: Transportation (H)
HB43
REMOVES CERTAIN RESTRICTIONS ON POLITICALLY ACTIVE INDIVIDUALS' APPOINTMENT TO STATE MERIT POSITIONS. (LR# 0133- 01)
HB 0043
Referred: Labor (H)
HB44
REQUIRES THE PRESENCE OF AN ATTORNEY DURING CUSTODIAL INTERROGATIONS OF PERSONS WHO HAVE MENTAL RETARDATION. (LR# 0203- 01)
HB 0044
Referred: Criminal Law (H)
HB45
CERTIFIED OFFICERS MAY CARRY CONCEALED WEAPONS. (LR# 0074- 02)
HB 0045
Referred: Criminal Law (H)
HB46
CREATES A GENERAL ASSEMBLY SCHOLARSHIP. (LR# 0354- 01)
HB 0046
Referred: Education-Higher (H)
HB47
REQUIRES CERTAIN PERSONS WHO SERVE OR SELL ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES TO POST A WARNING TO PREGNANT WOMEN. (LR# 0352- 01)
HB 0047
Referred: Public Health and Safety (H)
HB48
ESTABLISHES PILOT PROJECT FOR TAX-FREE ZONE IN ECONOMICALLY DEPRESSED AREA. (LR# 0350- 01)
HB 0048
Referred: Commerce (H)
HB49
ALLOWS A TAX CREDIT TO TAXPAYERS WHO PATRONIZE MINORITY-OWNED AND -OPERATED BUSINESSES. (LR# 0353- 01)
HB 0049
Referred: Commerce (H)
HB50
REVISES FENCE LAW. (LR# 0266- 01)
HB 0050
Referred: Agriculture (H)
HB51
MONEYS IN HUMANITIES COUNCIL TRUST FUND NOT TO REVERT TO GENERAL REVENUE. (LR# 0107- 02)
HB 0051
Referred: Tourism, Recreation & Cultural Affairs (H)
HB52
NO DENIAL OF INSURANCE COVERAGE FOR FIBROCYSTIC CONDITIONS. (LR# 0326- 01)
HB 0052
Referred: Insurance (H)
HB53
NO REFERRAL NEEDED FROM A PRIMARY CARE PHYSICIAN TO HAVE INSURANCE COVERAGE FOR DERMATOLOGICAL SERVICES. (LR# 0331- 01)
HB 0053
Referred: Critical Issues (H)
HB56
REQUIRES GENDER BALANCING OF BOARDS AND COMMISSIONS. (LR# 0328- 01)
HB 0056
Referred: Governmental Organization & Review (H)
HB57
DEPARTMENT SHALL ISSUE STAFF/CHILD RATIOS FOR CERTAIN CHILD CARE FACILITIES. (LR# 0327- 01)
HB 0057
Referred: Children, Youth & Families (H)
HB58
PROVIDES PROCEDURES FOR THE RELEASE OF CERTAIN RECORDS OF THE DEPARTMENT OF REVENUE. (LR# 0083- 01)
HB 0058
Referred: Civil and Administrative Laws (H)
HB59
CHANGES ADDITIONAL PROBATE JUDGE FROM 30TH TO 31ST JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. (LR# 0048- 01)
HB 0059
Referred: Judiciary (H)
HB60
ALLOWS SUBPOENA TO BE SERVED IN SAME MANNER AS SUMMONS. (LR# 0296- 01)
HB 0060
Referred: Civil and Administrative Laws (H)
HB62
PROVIDES FOR HEALTH INSURANCE BENEFITS FOR SURVIVORS OF POLICE OFFICERS KILLED IN THE LINE OF DUTY. (LR# 0270- 01)
HB 0062
Referred: Urban Affairs (H)
HB63
REGULATES USE OF EMPLOYEES UNDER TWENTY-ONE IN BUSINESSES LICENSED TO SELL INTOXICATING LIQUOR AND NONINTOXICATING BEER. (LR# 0309- 01)
HB 0063
Referred: Local Government and Related Matters (H)
HB64
ALLOWS REAL PROPERTY DESTROYED IN A NATURAL DISASTER TO NOT BE REASSESSED AT A HIGHER VALUE. (LR# 0285- 01)
HB 0064
Referred: Ways and Means (H)
HB65
EXTENDS LENGTH OF TIME SUSPECT CAN BE HELD BY POLICE BEFORE BEING CHARGED OR RELEASED. (LR# 0284- 01)
HB 0065
Referred: Criminal Law (H)
HB66
REQUIRES INTEREST TO BE PAID ON FUNDS IN CERTAIN ESCROW ACCOUNTS. (LR# 0283- 01)
HB 0066
Referred: Banks and Financial Institutions (H)
HB67
REDUCES SALES TAX ON FOOD. CONTINGENT EFFECTIVE DATE (LR# 0214- 01)
HB 0067
Referred: Ways and Means (H)
HB68
REQUIRES SMOKE DETECTORS IN CERTAIN BUILDINGS. (LR# 0204- 01)
HB 0068
Referred: Consumer Protection (H)
HB69
EXPANDS CERTAIN ARREST POWERS. (LR# 0246- 01)
HB 0069
Referred: Criminal Law (H)
HB70
PERMITS ATTORNEY-IN-FACT TO DECLARE PRINCIPAL INCOMPETENT. (LR# 0109- 01)
HB 0070
Referred: Civil and Administrative Laws (H)
HB72
INCLUDE BLIND PERSONS IN SHELTERED WORKSHOPS. (LR# 0244- 01)
HB 0072
Referred: Public Health and Safety (H)
HB73
REQUIRES DRIVERS NOT TO PASS CERTAIN STOPPED SCHOOL BUSES ON CERTAIN ROADS. (LR# 0505- 01)
HB 0073
Referred: Motor Vehicle & Traffic Regulations (H)
HB74
REQUIRES INSURANCE COMPANIES TO PROVIDE COVERAGE FOR 24 HOURS FOLLOWING SURGERY. (LR# 0360- 01)
HB 0074
Referred: Critical Issues (H)
HB75
REQUIRES INSURERS TO PROVIDE COVERAGE TO ELIGIBLE PERSONS. (LR# 0365- 01)
HB 0075
Referred: Insurance (H)
HB76
REQUIRES CERTAIN HEALTH INSURERS TO TREAT PHYSICIANS AND PATIENTS IN A FINANCIALLY EQUITABLE MANNER. (LR# 0364- 01)
HB 0076
Referred: Critical Issues (H)
HB77
EXPANDS ESTABLISHMENT OF SEVEN-DIRECTOR SCHOOL DISTRICTS. (LR# 0239- 01)
HB 0077
Referred: Education-Elementary and Secondary (H)
HB78
STUDENT MAY REQUEST TO ATTEND SCHOOL CLOSEST TO RESIDENCE. (LR# 0336- 01)
HB 0078
Referred: Education-Elementary and Secondary (H)
HB79
PROHIBITS CREDIT CARD CASH ADVANCES, CHECK CASHING AND ATMS ON EXCURSION GAMBLING BOATS. (LR# 0238- 01)
HB 0079
Referred: Ways and Means (H)
HB80
REQUIRES NOTICE TO BE GIVEN BEFORE CONTRACT MAY AUTOMATICALLY BE RENEWED. (LR# 0199- 01)
HB 0080
Referred: Civil and Administrative Laws (H)
HB81
EXEMPTS PRIVATE PENSIONS FROM STATE INCOME TAX TO SAME EXTENT AS GOVERNMENTAL PENSIONS. (LR# 0200- 01)
HB 0081
Referred: Ways and Means (H)
HB82
REQUIRES CHARITY SOLICITORS TO GIVE CERTAIN INFORMATION. (LR# 0198- 02)
HB 0082
Referred: Consumer Protection (H)
HB83
PROVIDES FOR FREEDOM OF EXPRESSION IN SCHOOL PUBLICATIONS. (LR# 0461- 01)
HB 0083
Referred: Judiciary (H)
HB84
PRESCRIBES PROCEDURE FOR TERMINATION OF TEACHERS' CONTRACTS. (LR# 0460- 01)
HB 0084
Referred: Education-Elementary and Secondary (H)
HB85
REQUIRES CERTAIN UTILITY COMPANIES TO FILE A CERTIFICATE OF PUBLIC CONVENIENCE AND NECESSITY WITH PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION BEFORE CONSTRUCTING CERTAIN POWERLINES. (LR# 0463- 01)
HB 0085
Referred: Utilities Regulation (H)
HB86
CREATES SALES TAX EXEMPTION FOR HORSES' FEED. (LR# 0267- 03)
HB 0086
Referred: Ways and Means (H)
HB87
ALLOWS CERTAIN COUNTIES TO PUT BUILDING CODES TO PUBLIC VOTE. (LR# 0504- 01)
HB 0087
Referred: Consumer Protection (H)
HB88
REMOVES SUNSET PROVISION ON TAKINGS ANALYSIS. (LR# 0523- 01)
HB 0088
Referred: Civil and Administrative Laws (H)
HB89
GIVE POLICE AUTHORITY TO CITE DRIVERS FOR FAILURE TO PROVIDE PROOF OF INSURANCE. (LR# 0428- 01)
HB 0089
Referred: Civil and Administrative Laws (H)
HB90
CHANGES LEGISLATIVE PER DIEM AMOUNT. (LR# 0431- 01)
HB 0090
Referred: Budget (H)
HB91
CREATES CRIME OF DRUG TRAFFICKING VIA COMMON CARRIER. (LR# 0433- 01)
HB 0091
Referred: Criminal Law (H)
HB92
REMOVES CERTAIN PAID ASSISTANTS OF DISABLED PARAPLEGIC AND QUADRIPLEGIC VETERANS FROM SCOPE OF "EMPLOYMENT" AS USED IN EMPLOYMENT SECURITY LAW. (LR# 0222- 01)
HB 0092
Referred: Workers Compensation & Employment Security (H)
HB93
REQUIRES DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION TO PAINT WHITE OR YELLOW STRIPES AT EDGE AND IN CENTER OF CERTAIN HIGHWAYS. (LR# 0464- 01)
HB 0093
Referred: Transportation (H)
HB94
MAKES OLD U.S. HIGHWAY 66 INTO "ROUTE 66" THROUGH MISSOURI. (LR# 0117- 01)
HB 0094
Referred: Transportation (H)
HB95
APPLIES SECTION 190.308 TO ALL COUNTIES WITH "911" SERVICE. (LR# 0445- 01)
HB 0095
Referred: Criminal Law (H)
HB96
MAKES CERTAIN 911 EMERGENCY CALL RECORDS INACCESSIBLE TO PUBLIC. (LR# 0420- 01)
HB 0096
Referred: Judiciary (H)
HB97
ALLOWS CERTAIN COUNTIES TO ADOPT ORDINANCES, RESOLUTIONS AND REGULATIONS. (LR# 0419- 01)
HB 0097
Referred: Local Government and Related Matters (H)
HB99
MAKES MASTER PLAN OF TEMPORARY COUNTY PLANNING COMMISSION EFFECTIVE ON VOTER APPROVAL. (LR# 0337- 02)
HB 0099
Referred: Local Government and Related Matters (H)
HB100
PROHIBITS OPERATING A TRUCK WITH SOMEONE RIDING IN THE OPEN BED. (LR# 0224- 03)
HB 0100
Referred: Civil and Administrative Laws (H)
HB102
CREATES A COUNCIL FOR CERTIFYING MIDWIVES. (LR# 0441- 01)
HB 0102
Referred: Consumer Protection (H)
HB103
REQUIRES GAMING COMMISSION TO AUTHORIZE A STUDY ON THE FEASIBILITY OF GAMBLING ON RAILROAD TRAINS. (LR# 0162- 01)
HB 0103
Referred: Ways and Means (H)
HB104
CHANGES TIME WHEN PROSECUTION FOR UNLAWFUL SEXUAL OFFENSES MUST BE COMMENCED. (LR# 0237- 02)
HB 0104
Referred: Criminal Law (H)
HB105
PERMITS ADJUSTMENT OF OPERATING LEVY FOR CERTAIN SCHOOL DISTRICTS. (LR# 0044- 02)
HB 0105
Referred: Education-Elementary and Secondary (H)
HB106
CREATES THE MISSOURI UNIVERSAL HEALTH ASSURANCE PROGRAM TO PROVIDE STATEWIDE INSURANCE COVERAGE. (LR# 0359- 01)
HB 0106
Referred: Public Health and Safety (H)
HB107
STATE WILL GIVE A PREFERENCE TO PRODUCTS AND SERVICES OF THE BLIND. (LR# 0506- 01)
HB 0107
Referred: Governmental Organization & Review (H)
HB108
EXPANDS TUITION EXEMPTION FOR CHILDREN OF SCHOOL EMPLOYEES. (LR# 0029- 01)
HB 0108
Referred: Education-Elementary and Secondary (H)
HB109
ALLOWS AUTO DEALERS TO SELL AUTOMOBILES AT CERTAIN PUBLIC AUCTIONS. (LR# 0062- 01)
HB 0109
Referred: Motor Vehicle & Traffic Regulations (H)
HB110
MATCHES GENERAL ASSEMBLY PER DIEM TO FEDERAL. (LR# 0376- 01)
HB 0110
Referred: Budget (H)
HB111
ALLOWS CITIES TO ACQUIRE LAND FOR AIRPORT. (LR# 0236- 01)
HB 0111
Referred: Critical Issues (H)
HB112
AUTHORIZES INITIATIVE PETITION BY CITIZENS OF COUNTY TO REQUIRE ANY ACTION THAT COULD BE TAKEN BY COUNTY COMMISSION. (LR# 0081- 01)
HB 0112
Referred: Local Government and Related Matters (H)
HB113
REQUIRES EMERGENCY COMMUNICATION EQUIPMENT IN CONVENIENCE STORES. (LR# 0465- 01)
HB 0113
Referred: Civil and Administrative Laws (H)
HB114
EXTENDS THE KANSAS CITY TRANSPORTATION SALES TAX. (LR# 0251- 02)
HB 0114
Referred: Urban Affairs (H)
HB116
ALLOWS SPECIAL LICENSE PLATES FOR MEMBERS OF THE LEGION OF VALOR. (LR# 0084- 01)
HB 0116
Referred: Federal/State Relations and Veterans Affairs (H)
HB117
RETIRED SCHOOL TEACHERS MAY BE EMPLOYED BY DISTRICT IN OTHER CAPACITY. (LR# 0017- 01)
HB 0117
Referred: Education-Elementary and Secondary (H)
HB118
CRIME TO LEAVE SCENE OF AN ACCIDENT. (LR# 0160- 01)
HB 0118
Referred: Criminal Law (H)
HB119
ALLOWS A CHEMICAL TEST OF A DRIVER UNDER 21 WHEN THERE IS A REASONABLE BELIEF THAT THE DRIVER CONSUMED ALCOHOL. (LR# 0123- 01)
HB 0119
Referred: Criminal Law (H)
HB120
REMOVES LIMITS ON CERTAIN EXPENDITURES BY BOARD OF SPECIAL ROAD DISTRICTS. (LR# 0429- 01)
HB 0120
Referred: Local Government and Related Matters (H)
HB121
CREATES CRIME OF VEHICULAR MANSLAUGHTER BY AN INTOXICATED PERSON. (LR# 0434- 01)
HB 0121
Referred: Criminal Law (H)
HB122
COURT COSTS FOR CRIME PREVENTION PROGRAMS. (LR# 0432- 02)
HB 0122
Referred: Criminal Law (H)
HB123
ALLOWS GRANDPARENTS TO ASSIST A DRIVER WHO HAS A TEMPORARY INSTRUCTION PERMIT. (LR# 0382- 02)
HB 0123
Referred: Motor Vehicle & Traffic Regulations (H)
HB124
ALLOWS A GREATER NUMBER OF CHARACTERS ON A CHILDREN'S TRUST FUND SPECIAL LICENSE PLATE. (LR# 0379- 01)
HB 0124
Referred: Motor Vehicle & Traffic Regulations (H)
HB125
CHANGES COMPOSITION OF THIRD CLASS CITY MERIT SYSTEM PERSONNEL POLICE BOARD. (LR# 0272- 01)
HB 0125
Referred: Local Government and Related Matters (H)
HB126
AN ADOPTED ADULT MAY REQUEST THE RELEASE OF ADOPTION RECORDS WITHOUT THE CONSENT OF THE ADOPTIVE PARENTS. (LR# 0196- 01)
HB 0126
Referred: Critical Issues (H)
HB127
RESTRICTS ELECTRONIC PRIMARY VOTE TO ONE CANDIDATE PER OFFICE. (LR# 0368- 01)
HB 0127
Referred: Elections (H)
HB128
REQUIRES INSURANCE COVERAGE FOR DIABETES. (LR# 0650- 01)
HB 0128
Referred: Insurance (H)
HB129
REQUIRES INSURANCE COVERAGE FOR MASTECTOMY. (LR# 0651- 01)
HB 0129
Referred: Public Health and Safety (H)
HB130
REQUIRES HEALTH CARE PERSONNEL TO WEAR IDENTIFICATION BADGES WHILE WORKING IN A HEALTH CARE FACILITY. (LR# 0601- 01)
HB 0130
Referred: Public Health and Safety (H)
HB131
MAKES CHANGES TO REAL PROPERTY TAX INCREMENT ALLOCATION REDEVELOPMENT FINANCING LAWS. (LR# 0625- 01)
HB 0131
Referred: Commerce (H)
HB132
AIDS TESTING FOR PROSTITUTES. (LR# 0626- 01)
HB 0132
Referred: Criminal Law (H)
HB133
PROHIBITS REQUIRING STUDENTS TO PARTICIPATE IN CERTAIN EXTRACURRICULAR ACTIVITIES. (LR# 0032- 01)
HB 0133
Referred: Education-Elementary and Secondary (H)
HB134
REQUIRES SHOWING PROOF OF COMPLIANCE WITH MOTOR VEHICLE FINANCIAL RESPONSIBILITY LAW. (LR# 0310- 01)
HB 0134
Referred: Transportation (H)
HB135
REQUIRES USE OF ALTERNATIVE FUELS IN CERTAIN STATE VEHICLES. (LR# 0095- 01)
HB 0135
Referred: Environment and Energyy (H)
HB136
REQUIRES MOTOR VEHICLES TO USE HEADLIGHTS DURING INCLEMENT WEATHER. (LR# 0594- 01)
HB 0136
Referred: Motor Vehicle & Traffic Regulations (H)
HB137
CREATES A BRONZE STAR MOTOR VEHICLE LICENSE PLATE. (LR# 0248- 01)
HB 0137
Referred: Federal/State Relations and Veterans Affairs (H)
HB138
RELATING TO THE PROVIDING OF NUTRITIONAL INFORMATION. ` (LR# 0655- 01)
HB 0138
Referred: Professional Registration & Licensing (H)
HB139
M.U. NOT TO OPEN ADDITIONAL MEDICAL CLINICS. (LR# 0375- 01)
HB 0139
Referred: Critical Issues (H)
HB140
AUTHORIZES COUNTIES TO CREATE A SENIOR CITIZEN'S DEFERRED REAL PROPERT Y TAX PROGRAM. (LR# 0430- 03)
HB 0140
Referred: Local Government and Related Matters (H)
HB141
REQUIRES CERTAIN CONVENIENCE STORE SECURITY MEASURES. (LR# 0435- 02)
HB 0141
Referred: Civil and Administrative Laws (H)
HB142
CREATES SALES AND USE TAX EXEMPTION FOR FOOD. (LR# 0488- 02)
HB 0142
Referred: Ways and Means (H)
HB143
PROVIDES CERTAIN DEPENDENT EXEMPTIONS AND MEDICAL INSURANCE DEDUCTIONS FROM STATE INCOME TAX. (LR# 0563- 01)
HB 0143
Referred: Ways and Means (H)
HB144
REQUIRES GOVERNOR TO POST VACANCIES. (LR# 0562- 01)
HB 0144
Referred: Governmental Organization & Review (H)
HB145
LIMITS THE AMOUNT THE DEPARTMENT OF REVENUE CAN COLLECT FOR THE ELDERLY HOME-DELIVERED MEALS PROGRAM TO FIVE PERCENT. (LR# 0566- 01)
HB 0145
Referred: Social Services, Medicaid and the Elderly (H)
HB146
MODIFIES FORMULA FOR DETERMINING SENIOR CITIZENS' PROPERTY TAX RELIEF CREDIT. (LR# 0561- 01)
HB 0146
Referred: Ways and Means (H)
HB147
ALLOWS THE DISTRIBUTION OF CERTAIN EXCESS MONEYS IN THE GAMING COMMISSION FUND TO SCHOOLS. (LR# 0568- 01)
HB 0147
Referred: Education-Elementary and Secondary (H)
HB148
CHANGES COURT REPORTER PAYMENT REQUIREMENTS. (LR# 0621- 01)
HB 0148
Referred: Judiciary (H)
HB149
EXPANDS DEFINITIONS IN WIRETAPPING ACT. (LR# 0622- 01)
HB 0149
Referred: Criminal Law (H)
HB150
PROVIDES FOR CONVEYANCE OF CERTAIN PROPERTY IN MCDONALD COUNTY BY DEPA RTMENT OF NATURAL RESOURCES. (LR# 0645- 01)
HB 0150
Referred: Correctional & State Institutions (H)
HB151
CHANGES FEES PAYABLE BY HAZARDOUS WASTE DISPOSAL INDUSTRY. (LR# 0492- 01)
HB 0151
Referred: Environment and Energyy (H)
HB153
CREATES THE HOSPITAL SAFETY PROGRAM WITHIN THE DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH. (LR# 0702- 01)
HB 0153
Referred: Public Health and Safety (H)
HB155
PROVIDES CERTAIN EXEMPTIONS FROM STATE INCOME TAX FOR PRIVATE PENSIONS. (LR# 0287- 02)
HB 0155
Referred: Ways and Means (H)
HB156
PROHIBITS INSURERS FROM DISALLOWING AUTO COVERAGE BASED ON APPLICANT'S CREDIT. (LR# 0739- 01)
HB 0156
Referred: Insurance (H)
HB157
REDUCES THE SALES AND USE TAX ON MOTOR VEHICLES BY ONE HALF. (LR# 0072- 01)
HB 0157
Referred: Ways and Means (H)
HB158
MAKES FAILING TO OBEY CERTAIN ORDERS OF A LAW ENFORCEMENT OFFICER A CRIME. (LR# 0108- 01)
HB 0158
Referred: Criminal Law (H)
HB159
ALLOWS SEWER ASSESSMENTS TO BE CALCULATED AND APPORTIONED BY LOT. (LR# 0369- 02)
HB 0159
Referred: Local Government and Related Matters (H)
HB160
REQUIRES CERTAIN INSURERS TO DISCLOSE INVESTMENTS, ACTIVITIES AND CONTRIBUTIONS RELATING TO MISSOURI. (LR# 0159- 01)
HB 0160
Referred: Insurance (H)
HB161
EXEMPTS CERTAIN RETAIL CLOTHING SALES FROM SALES TAX. (LR# 0197- 01)
HB 0161
Referred: Ways and Means (H)
HB162
REQUIRES PROOF OF MAINTENANCE OF FINANCIAL REPONSIBILITY BE SHOWN WHEN A MOTOR VEHICLE IS REGISTERED. (LR# 0172- 01)
HB 0162
Referred: Transportation (H)
HB163
INSURERS SHALL HAVE THE RIGHT TO BE COMPENSATED FOR SERVICES PROVIDED TO ANY INSURED MEMBER OUT OF JUDGMENTS OR SETTLELMENTS RECOVERED IN CASES OF NEGLIGENCE. (LR# 0158- 01)
HB 0163
Referred: Judiciary (H)
HB164
PERMITS EXPUNGEMENT OF CERTAIN CRIMES. (LR# 0173- 01)
HB 0164
Referred: Criminal Law (H)
HB165
CREATES AN ADVISORY COMMITTEE TO DEPARTMENT OF REVENUE TO DEVELOP GUIDELINES FOR THE ISSUANCE OF SPECIALIZED LICENSE PLATES. (LR# 0725- 01)
HB 0165
Referred: Motor Vehicle & Traffic Regulations (H)
HB166
LIMITS PENALTY FOR MURDER FOR CERTAIN PERSONS. (LR# 0373- 01)
HB 0166
Referred: Criminal Law (H)
HB167
ALLOWS ADDITIONAL EVIDENCE OF QUALIFICATION FOR CERTAIN LICENSES FOR PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS. (LR# 0696- 01)
HB 0167
Referred: Professional Registration & Licensing (H)
HB168
TECHNICAL CHANGES IN CHAPTER 334, RSMO, REGARDING STATE BOARD OF REGISTRATION FOR THE HEALING ARTS. (LR# 0697- 01)
HB 0168
Referred: Professional Registration & Licensing (H)
HB169
REVISES CERTAIN PROVISIONS IN PUBLIC SCHOOL RETIREMENT SYSTEMS. (LR# 0507- 01)
HB 0169
Referred: Retirement (H)
HB170
EXEMPTS FOOD FROM SALES TAX. (LR# 0729- 01)
HB 0170
Referred: Ways and Means (H)
HB171
EXEMPTS PRIVATE PENSIONS FROM STATE INCOME TAX TO SAME EXTENT AS GOVERNMENTAL PENSIONS. (LR# 0644- 01)
HB 0171
Referred: Ways and Means (H)
HB172
ALLOWS CANDIDATE COMMITTEES TO MAKE GIFT TO SPOUSE AND CHILDREN OF DECEASED CANDIDATES, FORMER CANDIDATE OR ELECTED OFFICIAL. (LR# 0632- 01)
HB 0172
Referred: Elections (H)
HB173
ALLOWS CERTAIN CITIES TO REQUIRE APARTMENT OWNERS TO PROVIDE A SYSTEM OF SECURITY FOR THEIR BUILDINGS AND TENANTS. (LR# 0071- 01)
HB 0173
Referred: Local Government and Related Matters (H)
HB174
CREATES A WORKFARE RENOVATION PROJECT WITHIN THE MISSOURI HOUSING DEVELOPMENT COMMISSION. (LR# 0535- 01)
HB 0174
Referred: Social Services, Medicaid and the Elderly (H)
HB175
LIMITS CERTAIN PAYMENTS BY MISSOURI PROPERTY AND CASUALTY INSURANCE GUARANTEE ASSOCIATION TO CERTAIN CLAIMANTS TO THE LIMITS OF THE POLICY FROM WHICH CLAIM ARISES. (LR# 0746- 01)
HB 0175
Referred: Insurance (H)
HB176
PROVIDES FOR LICENSING OF CERTAIN TELECOMMUNICATIONS SYSTEMS CONTRACTORS. (LR# 0770- 01)
HB 0176
Referred: Professional Registration & Licensing (H)
HB177
PROVIDES TRANSPORTATION TO CERTAIN PUPILS. (LR# 0374- 01)
HB 0177
Referred: Education-Elementary and Secondary (H)
HB178
CHANGES LAW REGARDING SLOT MACHINES. (LR# 0684- 01)
HB 0178
Referred: Ways and Means (H)
HB303
INCREASE CERTAIN BENEFITS FOR NATIONAL GUARD MEMBERS. (LR# 1078- 01)
HB 0303
Read second time (H)
HB304
PROHIBITS INTERFERING WITH FISHING. (LR# 0855- 01)
HB 0304
Read second time (H)
HB305
PROHIBITS USE OF PUBLIC FUNDS TO SUPPORT OR OPPOSE BALLOT MEASURES OR CANDIDATES. (LR# 0676- 01)
HB 0305
Read second time (H)
HB306
CHANGES TRANSFER OF GAMBLING PROCEEDS. (LR# 0674- 01)
HB 0306
Read second time (H)
HB307
CREATES SALES TAX EXEMPTION FOR CERTAIN DONATED PROPERTY. (LR# 0677- 01)
HB 0307
Read second time (H)
HB308
CHANGES METHOD OF SENTENCING. (LR# 0679- 01)
HB 0308
Read second time (H)
HB309
CHANGES CERTAIN TRAINING REQUIREMENTS FOR COSMETOLOGISTS. (LR# 0768- 01)
HB 0309
Read second time (H)
HB310
PROVIDES FOR A REVIEW ORGANIZATION FOR PROFESSIONAL PHYSICAL THERAPISTS AND PHYSICAL THERAPIST ASSISTANTS. (LR# 0491- 01)
HB 0310
Read second time (H)
HB311
PROVIDES FOR SPEECH PATHOLOGY ASSISTANTS IN LICENSURE FOR SPEECH-LANGUAGE PATHOLOGISTS AND CLINICAL AUDIOLOGISTS. (LR# 0490- 01)
HB 0311
Read second time (H)
HB312
DEFINES DISABILITY AND CHANGES THE WORD HANDICAPPED TO DISABLED. (LR# 1081- 01)
HB 0312
Read second time (H)
HB313
PROVIDES FOR REPLACEMENT OF EMERGENCY AMBULANCE SERVICES WITH PRIMARY AMBULANCE SERVICES. (LR# 0856- 01)
HB 0313
Read second time (H)
HB314
INCREASE MULTIPLIER FACTOR IN FORMULA FOR DETERMINING PUBLIC SCHOOL RETIREMENT SYSTEM BENEFIT. (LR# 0772- 01)
HB 0314
Read second time (H)
HB315
REPEALS REQUIREMENT THAT DENTAL HYGIENIST WORK UNDER DIRECT SUPERVISION OF DENTIST. (LR# 1118- 01)
HB 0315
Read second time (H)
HB316
MAKES IT A CRIME TO DAMAGE JAIL PROPERTY AND ALLOWS COUNTY JAIL OFFICIALS TO DENY VISITATION PRIVILEGES FOR CERTAIN ACTIONS. (LR# 0990- 02)
HB 0316
Read second time (H)
HB317
MAKES NEW REQUIREMENTS FOR LEAD ABATEMENT PROJECTS. (LR# 0700- 01)
HB 0317
Read second time (H)
HB318
MAKES VOLUNTEER FIRE PROTECTION ASSOCIATIONS ELIGIBLE FOR RECEIPT OF STATE SURPLUS PROPERTY. (LR# 0106- 01)
HB 0318
Read second time (H)
HB319
CHANGES THE DEFINITION OF QUALIFIED ORGANIZATIONS AND STATES WHICH CHARITABLE GIFT ANNUITIES ARE INCLUDED. (LR# 0191- 01)
HB 0319
Read second time (H)
HB320
ESTABLISHES THE NEEDLE EXCHANGE PROGRAM WITHIN THE DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH. (LR# 0701- 01)
HB 0320
Read second time (H)
HB321
OPENS CERTAIN CRIMINAL RECORDS. (LR# 0615- 01)
HB 0321
Read second time (H)
HB322
MAKES NUMEROUS CORRECTIONS AND TECHNICAL CHANGES IN STATE RETIREMENT SYSTEM LAW. (LR# 0828- 02)
HB 0322
Read second time (H)
HB323
REQUIRES NOTICE TO CERTAIN NEIGHBORHOOD AND HOME ASSOCIATIONS WHEN AREA IS BEING CONSIDERED FOR TAX CREDITS. (LR# 0116- 01)
HB 0323
Read second time (H)
HB324
MODIFIES TIME WITHIN WHICH CERTAIN PURCHASED ITEMS MAY HAVE A SALES TAX CREDIT. (LR# 0061- 01)
HB 0324
Read second time (H)
HB325
REQUIRES THE DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTIONS TO REASONABLY ACCOMMODATE THE PRACTICE OF RELIGION BY NATIVE AMERICAN INMATES. (LR# 0387- 01)
HB 0325
Read second time (H)
HB326
LOWERS BY REFERENDUM THE STATE SALES TAX ON FOOD. (LR# 1003- 01)
HB 0326
Read second time (H)
HB327
PERMITS VOLUNTEERS TO PERFORM CERTAIN DUTIES FOR DEPARTMENT OF CONSERVATION. (LR# 1114- 01)
HB 0327
Read second time (H)
HB328
PROVIDES THAT RETIRED POLICE OFFICER TO SERVE ON BOARD OF POLICE COMMISSIONERS IN ST. LOUIS AND KANSAS CITY. (LR# 0882- 02)
HB 0328
Read second time (H)
HB329
CREATES WITHIN THE DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AN INDOOR AIR QUALITY PROGRAM. (LR# 0785- 03)
HB 0329
Read second time (H)
HB330
RELATING TO THE RIGHTS OF MOTHERS WHO ARE BREAST FEEDING THEIR INFANTS. (LR# 0984- 02)
HB 0330
Read second time (H)
HB331
INCREASES MAXIMUM BENEFIT ALOWANCE FOR CERTAIN SURVIVORS IN ST. LOUIS POLICE RETIREMENT SYSTEM. (LR# 0786- 01)
HB 0331
Read second time (H)
HB332
MAKES CHANGES TO LAWS REGARDING TOWING AND REMOVAL OF MOTOR VEHICLES AND ABANDONED PROPERTY. (LR# 0878- 02)
HB 0332
Read second time (H)
HB333
ADDS FORCIBLE RAPE OF A BIRTH MOTHER AS A BASIS FOR TERMINATING PARENTAL RIGHTS. (LR# 0765- 02)
HB 0333
Introduced and read first time (H)
HB334
EXPEDITES EVICTION PROCEDURES FOR TENANTS INVOLVED IN DRUG-RELATED ACTIVITIES. (LR# 0604- 01)
HB 0334
Introduced and read first time (H)
HB335
REVISES MANAGED CARE SYSTEM. (LR# 1100- 01)
HB 0335
Introduced and read first time (H)
HB336
MAKES CERTAIN INDEMNIFICATION AGREEMENTS RELATING TO CONSTRUCTION CONTRACTS VOID AS AGAINST PUBLIC POLICY. (LR# 0816- 01)
HB 0336
Introduced and read first time (H)
HB337
ALLOWS CERTAIN STATE EMPLOYEES LEAVE WITH PAY TO FLY COUNTER NARCOTICS MISSIONS FOR CIVIL AIR PATROL. (LR# 1093- 01)
HB 0337
Introduced and read first time (H)
HB338
REQUIRES EASY ACCESS TO TELEPHONE OPERATORS. (LR# 0954- 01)
HB 0338
Introduced and read first time (H)
HB339
ALLOWS CERTAIN JUDGES TO PROVIDE CERTAIN WITNESSES CRIMINAL IMMUNITY TO COMPEL WITNESS TO TESTIFY. (LR# 1060- 01)
HB 0339
Introduced and read first time (H)
HB340
CHANGES MEMBERSHIP OF COMMON SEWER DISTRICT BOARD OF TRUSTEES AND ADVISORY BOARDS OF SEWER SUBDISTRICTS. (LR# 0952- 01)
HB 0340
Introduced and read first time (H)
HB341
PROVIDES FOR A CERTIFICATE OF VALUE TO BE FILED WITH CERTAIN TRANSFERS OF REAL PROPERTY. (LR# 1074- 01)
HB 0341
Introduced and read first time (H)
HB342
EXTENDS THE FEDERAL REIMBURSEMENT ALLOWANCE SECTIONS TO SEPTEMBER 30, 2000. (LR# 0858- 01)
HB 0342
Introduced and read first time (H)
HB343
ALLOWS ADOPTION FACILITATORS TO PROVIDE CERTAIN INFORMATION TO PROSPECTIVE ADOPTIVE PARENTS. (LR# 1071- 01)
HB 0343
Introduced and read first time (H)
HB344
CHANGES DISTRIBUTION OF CERTAIN EDUCATION FUNDS. (LR# 0423- 01)
HB 0344
Introduced and read first time (H)
HB345
GUBERNATORIAL APPOINTMENTS TO BE POSTED. (LR# 0424- 02)
HB 0345
Introduced and read first time (H)
HCR3
EIGHTY NINTH GENERAL ASSEMBLY, HEREBY REJECT THE 1996 COMPENSATION SCHEDULE OF THE MISSOURI CITIZENS COMMISSION ON COMPENSATION FOR ELECTED OFFICIALS (LR# 0000- 00)
HCS HCR 3,5,6,7
Reported to The Senate (H)
HJR1
CHANGES CONSTITUTION TO ALLOW PROCEEDS OF FORFEITURES TO BE DISTRIBUTED TO LAW ENFORCEMENT AND PUBLIC SCHOOLS. (LR# 0134- 01)
HJR0001
Referred: Criminal Law (H)
HJR2
INCREASES THE DEBT CEILING FOR SCHOOL DISTRICTS. (LR# 0378- 01)
HJR0002
Referred: Education-Elementary and Secondary (H)
HJR3
CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT TO PROVIDE APPROPRIATIONS TO THE UNIVERSITY OF MISSOURI. (LR# 0534- 01)
HJR0003
Referred: Budget (H)
HJR4
CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT REDUCING VOTING AGE FOR PRIMARY ELECTIONS. (LR# 0018- 01)
HJR0004
Referred: Elections (H)
HJR5
CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT PROHIBITING CERTAIN PUBLIC OFFICIALS FROM RETAINING OFFICE. (LR# 0016- 01)
HJR0005
Referred: Elections (H)
HJR6
AMENDS CONSTITUTION TO PROVIDE THAT CERTAIN BINGO GAMES MAY BE ADVERTISED. (LR# 0593- 01)
HJR0006
Referred: Ways and Means (H)
HJR10
AMENDS CONSTITUTION TO DISALLOW GENERAL ASSEMBLY TO RAISE TAXES WITHOUT APPROVAL BY MAJORITY OF VOTERS IN STATE. (LR# 0421- 01)
HJR0010
Introduced and read first time (H)
HR8
BETTY SURFACE 1997 MISSOURI OLDER WORKER (LR# 0000- 00)
HR 0008
Referred: Miscellaneous Bills and Resolutions (H)
HR9
ED LAWSON OUTSTANDING MEMBER 1996 BOWLING GREEN CHAMBER OF COMMERCE (LR# 0000- 00)
HR 0009
Referred: Miscellaneous Bills and Resolutions (H)
HR10
DENNIS AND LISA HOOK RECIPIENT OF THE 1996 CITIZEN OF THE YEAR AWARD (LR# 0000- 00)
HR 0010
Referred: Miscellaneous Bills and Resolutions (H)
HR11
GENE YOUNG ON HIS RETIREMENT (LR# 0000- 00)
HR 0011
Referred: Miscellaneous Bills and Resolutions (H)
HR12
BERDETTE KING 1996 CITIZEN OF THE YEAR WEBSTER GROVES AREA CHAMBER OF COMMERCE (LR# 0000- 00)
HR 0012
Referred: Miscellaneous Bills and Resolutions (H)
HR13
JOSEPH C RATH, JR, CHOSEN 1996 BUSINESS PERSON OF THE YEAR WEBSTER GROVES AREA CHAMBER OF COMMERCE (LR# 0000- 00)
HR 0013
Referred: Miscellaneous Bills and Resolutions (H)
HR14
TRACY FRANKLIN GIRLS BASKETBALL TEAM AT MEXICO HIGH SCHOOL (LR# 0000- 00)
HR 0014
Referred: Miscellaneous Bills and Resolutions (H)
HR15
MR AND MRS JOHN W CONNER COMMEMORATING THEIR FIFTIETH ANNIVERSARY (LR# 0000- 00)
HR 0015
Referred: Miscellaneous Bills and Resolutions (H)
HR16
MR AND MRS FRANK W STOCKWELL COMMEMORATING THEIR FIFTIETH ANNIVERSARY (LR# 0000- 00)
HR 0016
Referred: Miscellaneous Bills and Resolutions (H)
HR17
JERRY PRESLEY ON HIS RETIREMENT FROM THE MO DEPT. OF CONSERVATION (LR# 0000- 00)
HR 0017
Referred: Miscellaneous Bills and Resolutions (H)
HR18
MR AND MRS ROBERT DONALD WOODY CELEBRATING THEIR FIFTIETH ANNIVERSARY (LR# 0000- 00)
HR 0018
Referred: Miscellaneous Bills and Resolutions (H)
HR19
JOHN LEARY, JR ON HIS RETIREMENT (LR# 0791- 01)
HR 0019
Referred: Miscellaneous Bills and Resolutions (H)
HR20
RICHARD GARRETT RECIPIENT OF THE EAGLE SCOUT AWARD (LR# 0791- 01)
HR 0020
Referred: Miscellaneous Bills and Resolutions (H)
HR21
DEARBORN FIRE DISTRICT CAPTAIN TIM OTTO (LR# 0791- 01)
HR 0021
Referred: Miscellaneous Bills and Resolutions (H)
HR22
MR AND MRS BUCK NAFUS COMMEMORATING THEIR SIXTIETH ANNIVERSARY (LR# 0791- 01)
HR 0022
Referred: Miscellaneous Bills and Resolutions (H)
HR23
BETH DEERING NAMED CITIZEN OF THE YEAR (LR# 0791- 01)
HR 0023
Referred: Miscellaneous Bills and Resolutions (H)
HR24
IN MEMORY OF ALFRED LYNCH (LR# 0791- 01)
HR 0024
Referred: Miscellaneous Bills and Resolutions (H)
HR25
FRED H MORRIS ON HIS RETIREMENT (LR# 0000- 00)
HR 0025
Referred: Miscellaneous Bills and Resolutions (H)
HR26
MR AND MRS LEO SCRIVNER CELEBRATING THEIR FIFTIETH ANNIVERSARY (LR# 0000- 00)
HR 0026
Referred: Miscellaneous Bills and Resolutions (H)
HR27
HOCHSCHILD, BLOOM AND CO OBSERVING ITS FIFTIETH ANNIVERSARY (LR# 0000- 00)
HR 0027
Referred: Miscellaneous Bills and Resolutions (H)
HR28
MARIE LOUISE PRYOR ON HER RETIREMENT (LR# 0000- 00)
HR 0028
Referred: Miscellaneous Bills and Resolutions (H)
HR29
EMMA TORTI SLAWSON CELEBRATING HER EIGHTIETH BIRTHDAY (LR# 0000- 00)
HR 0029
Referred: Miscellaneous Bills and Resolutions (H)
HR30
WARREN B MUELLER RECIPIENT OF THE EAGLE SCOUT AWARD (LR# 1006- 01)
HR 0030
Referred: Miscellaneous Bills and Resolutions (H)
HR31
MINNIE GRAHAM ON HER RETIREMENT FROM THE DEPT OF SOCIAL SERVICES (LR# 0805- 01)
HR 0031
Referred: Miscellaneous Bills and Resolutions (H)
HR32
LUCILLE ROBINSON PRICE OBSERVING HER SIXTIETH BIRTHDAY (LR# 0000- 00)
HR 0032
Referred: Miscellaneous Bills and Resolutions (H)
HR33
MR AND MRS EDWARD ULLERY CELEBRATING THEIR FIFTIETH ANNIVERSARY (LR# 0000- 00)
HR 0033
Referred: Miscellaneous Bills and Resolutions (H)
HR34
HAROLD G TOWNSEND, JR RECIPIENT OF THE NORTHLANDER OF THE YEAR AWARD (LR# 0511- 02)
HR 0034
Referred: Miscellaneous Bills and Resolutions (H)
HR35
JOHN K LEARY, JR LEAVING BISTATE DEVELOPMENT TO BECOME GENERAL MANAGER OF THE SOUTHEASTERN PENNSYLVANIA TRANSPORTATION AUTHORITY (LR# 0916- 01)
HR 0035
Referred: Miscellaneous Bills and Resolutions (H)
HR36
TED BOYER ON HIS RETIREMENT (LR# 0916- 01)
HR 0036
Referred: Miscellaneous Bills and Resolutions (H)
HR37
MARK ALLEN NEW CORONER FOR ST FRANCOIS COUNTY (LR# 0916- 01)
HR 0037
Referred: Miscellaneous Bills and Resolutions (H)
HR38
HONORABLE JACK E GANT (LR# 0916- 01)
HR 0038
Referred: Miscellaneous Bills and Resolutions (H)
HR39
JAMES ELMO FORD CELEBRATING HIS ONE HUNDREDTH BIRTHDAY (LR# 0750- 01)
HR 0039
Referred: Miscellaneous Bills and Resolutions (H)
HR40
MR AND MRS CLARENCE WOLF CELEBRATING THEIR SIXTIETH ANNIVERSARY (LR# 0000- 00)
HR 0040
Referred: Miscellaneous Bills and Resolutions (H)
HR41
CRESTWOOD PLAZA 1996 COMMUNITY IMPROVEMENT AWARD (LR# 0000- 00)
HR 0041
Referred: Miscellaneous Bills and Resolutions (H)
HR42
JAMES SANDFORT 1996 BUSINESS PERSON OF THE YEAR AWARD (LR# 0000- 00)
HR 0042
Referred: Miscellaneous Bills and Resolutions (H)
HR43
GENE ENGELHARDT RECIPIENT OF THE CITIZEN OF THE YEAR AWARD (LR# 0000- 00)
HR 0043
Referred: Miscellaneous Bills and Resolutions (H)
HR44
VIRGIE THOMAS ON HER RETIREMENT (LR# 0230- 11)
HR 0044
Referred: Miscellaneous Bills and Resolutions (H)
HR45
JASON HAYMES RECIPIENT OF THE CITIZEN OF THE YEAR (LR# 0230- 11)
HR 0045
Referred: Miscellaneous Bills and Resolutions (H)
HR46
JOE SNYDER CHAMPION BOWLER (LR# 0230- 11)
HR 0046
Referred: Miscellaneous Bills and Resolutions (H)
HR47
OFFICER MARTY GRAY AND OFFICER DARREL HOWELL (LR# 0230- 11)
HR 0047
Referred: Miscellaneous Bills and Resolutions (H)
HR48
DR STEPHEN M POORT ON HIS RETIREMENT (LR# 0230- 11)
HR 0048
Referred: Miscellaneous Bills and Resolutions (H)
HR49
JAY GITHENS RECIPIENT OF THE CITIZEN OF THE YEAR (LR# 0230- 11)
HR 0049
Referred: Miscellaneous Bills and Resolutions (H)
HR50
DUB SCOBEY ON HIS RETIREMENT (LR# 0000- 00)
HR 0050
Referred: Miscellaneous Bills and Resolutions (H)
HR51
JIM O'DONNELL RECIPIENT OF THE PACESETTER AWARD (LR# 0000- 00)
HR 0051
Referred: Miscellaneous Bills and Resolutions (H)
HR52
TIM CARTER, JOHN GROSSMEIER, AND LINDA STRAUBE TO RECEIVE THE COMMUNITY BETTERMENT AWARD (LR# 0000- 00)
HR 0052
Referred: Miscellaneous Bills and Resolutions (H)
HR53
HONORABLE RICHARD SCHWARTZ TO RECEIVE THE COMMUNITY BETTERMENT AWARD (LR# 0000- 00)
HR 0053
Referred: Miscellaneous Bills and Resolutions (H)
HR54
ROBERT CHAN AS A SPECIAL ENVOY AND LIAISON FOR BUSINESS AND TRADE AFFAIRS BETWEEN THE STATE OF MISSOURI AND THE NATION OF CHINA (LR# 0000- 00)
HR 0054
Referred: Miscellaneous Bills and Resolutions (H)
HR55
MATTHEW CLARK SEBEL OF KANSAS CITY, MO., MERITS THE HIGHEST LEVEL OF PRAISE AND COMMENDATION FOR THE TREMENDOUS SUCCESS HE HAS EXPERIENCED EARNING THE PRESTIGIOUS RANK OF EAGLE SCOUT. (LR# 0000- 00)
HR 0055
Referred: Miscellaneous Bills and Resolutions (H)
HR56
FORTIETH ANNIVERSARY OF THE DEDICATION OF THE SHRINE OF ST PATRICK (LR# 1100- 01)
HR 0056
Offered (H)
Referred: Miscellaneous Bills and Resolutions (H)
HR57
REVEREND A. L. JOHNSON RETIRING AS SENIOR PASTOR OF ZION GROVE MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHURCH (LR# 1100- 01)
HR 0057
Offered (H)
Referred: Miscellaneous Bills and Resolutions (H)
HR58
ANNA J PIERCE CELEBRATING HER ONE HUNDREDTH BIRTHDAY (LR# 0000- 00)
HR 0058
Offered (H)
Referred: Miscellaneous Bills and Resolutions (H)
HR59
IN MEMORY OF IRMA FINGER (LR# 0000- 00)
HR 0059
Offered (H)
Referred: Miscellaneous Bills and Resolutions (H)
HR60
RETIREMENT OF OFFICER ROLAND T GODI (LR# 0424- 02)
HR 0060
Offered (H)
Referred: Miscellaneous Bills and Resolutions (H)
HR61
TERRI EMS 1996 CITIZEN OF THE YEAR (LR# 0424- 02)
HR 0061
Offered (H)
Referred: Miscellaneous Bills and Resolutions (H)
HR62
ROY WALLACE UPON THE COMPLETION OF MANY YEARS OF DEDICATED SERVICE ON BEHALF OF THE DIVISION OF FAMILY SERVICES AND THE PEOPEL OF ST. JOSEPH. (LR# 0000- 00)
HR 0062
Offered (H)
Referred: Miscellaneous Bills and Resolutions (H)
HR63
JENNIFER LICHTE AND THE 1996 MEADVILLE FFA CHAPTER FOR THEIR PARTICIPATION IN THE AGRICULTURE MARKETING CONTEST CAPTURING FIRST AND SECOND PLACE HONORS (LR# 0000- 00)
HR 0063
Offered (H)
Referred: Miscellaneous Bills and Resolutions (H)
HR64
DAN NEEDHAM FOR HIS THIRTY YEARS OF UNCOMMON SERVICE TO THE STATE OF MISSOURI, DIRECTOR OF THE MISSOURI DIVISION OF HIGHWAY SAFETY (LR# 0000- 00)
HR 0064
Offered (H)
Referred: Miscellaneous Bills and Resolutions (H)

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