January 23, 1997 House Activity Register
Missouri House of Representatives
Daily Activity Register
For Activities Recorded on January 23, 1997

HB14
APPROPRIATES MONEY FOR SUPPLEMENTAL PURPOSES. (LR# 6014- 01)
HB 0014
Read second time (H)
HB179
EXPANDS ARREST POWERS. (LR# 0673- 01)
HB 0179
Referred: Criminal Law (H)
HB180
INCREASES PENALTIES FOR INCORRECT REPORTING OF CERTAIN CAMPAIGN CONTRIBUTIONS. (LR# 0220- 01)
HB 0180
Referred: Elections (H)
HB181
ALLOWS CERTAIN HEALTH CARE PROFESSIONALS TO HAVE A LIEN FOR SERVICES PROVIDED. (LR# 0670- 01)
HB 0181
Referred: Judiciary (H)
HB182
REQUIRES INSURANCE COMPANIES TO PROVIDE THE FINANCIAL EXAMINER WITH THE REQUESTED INFORMATION WITHIN 10 WORKING DAYS. (LR# 0699- 01)
HB 0182
Referred: Insurance (H)
HB183
REQUIRES INSURANCE COMPANIES TO PROVIDE THE FINANCIAL EXAMINER WITH THE REQUESTED INFORMATION WITHIN TEN CALENDAR DAYS. (LR# 0698- 01)
HB 0183
Referred: Insurance (H)
HB185
CREATES CAUSE OF ACTION AGAINST EMPLOYERS FOR WRONGFUL DISCHARGE OF AN EMPLOYEE. (LR# 0761- 01)
HB 0185
Referred: Judiciary (H)
HB186
PROHIBITS UTILITIES FROM ENGAGING IN CERTAIN NONUTILITY PROVIDING BUSINESS VENTURES. (LR# 0015- 03)
HB 0186
Referred: Utilities Regulation (H)
HB187
COURT COSTS FOR ST. LOUIS JURORS. (LR# 0556- 01)
HB 0187
Referred: Judiciary (H)
HB188
ALLOWS CERTAIN CITIES TO LICENSE AND TAX BUSINESSES AND REQUIRES CERTAIN AUTHORIZATIONS FOR GAS AND ELECTRICITY TRANSPORTATIONS BY UTILITIES. (LR# 0826- 01)
HB 0188
Referred: Utilities Regulation (H)
HB189
CREATES ADMINISTRATIVE POINTS FOR CARELESS AND IMPRUDENT DRIVING WHICH CAUSES AN ACCIDENT. (LR# 0206- 02)
HB 0189
Referred: Criminal Law (H)
HB190
REGULATES AND LICENSES ACUPUNCTURISTS. (LR# 0753- 01)
HB 0190
Referred: Professional Registration & Licensing (H)
HB191
CHANGES DAMAGES FOR INSURERS' VEXATIOUS REFUSAL TO PAY. (LR# 0307- 01)
HB 0191
Referred: Judiciary (H)
HB192
CHANGES THE REQUIREMENTS FOR PUBLICATION OF LEGAL NOTICES. (LR# 0600- 01)
HB 0192
Referred: Criminal Law (H)
HB193
REGULATES CERTAIN INSURANCE COMPANIES' INVESTMENTS IN INVESTMENT POOLS. (LR# 0744- 01)
HB 0193
Referred: Insurance (H)
HB194
REQUIRES CERTAIN MOTOR VEHICLE FINANCIAL RESPONSIBILITY INFORMATION BE PROVIDED BY AN OWNER AT VEHICLE REGISTRATION. (LR# 0812- 01)
HB 0194
Referred: Transportation (H)
HB195
REMOVES WAITING PERIOD FOR CERTAIN FORMER INSURANCE COMPANY OFFICERS WHO WANT TO ACCEPT CERTAIN POSITIONS WITHIN DEPARTMENT OF INSURANCE. (LR# 0742- 01)
HB 0195
Referred: Insurance (H)
HB196
REQUIRES AUTO INSURANCE COVERAGE TO EXTEND TO VEHICLES LEASED TO AN INSURED IN CERTAIN INSTANCES. (LR# 0533- 03)
HB 0196
Referred: Insurance (H)
HB197
REQUIRES PAYMENT OF CERTAIN FEES TO DEPARTMENT OF INSURANCE. (LR# 0743- 01)
HB 0197
Referred: Insurance (H)
HB199
CHANGES COLOR SCHEME ON COMBAT INFANTRYMAN MOTOR VEHICLE LICENSE PLATES. (LR# 0850- 01)
HB 0199
Referred: Federal/State Relations and Veterans Affairs (H)
HB200
CHANGES CRIME OF ANIMAL NEGLECT. (LR# 0815- 02)
HB 0200
Referred: Agriculture (H)
HB201
MAKES CERTAIN REFEREES OF JUVENILE DIVISION FAMILY COURT COMMISSIONERS. (LR# 0425- 01)
HB 0201
Referred: Judiciary (H)
HB202
REQUIRES SCHOOL DISTRICTS TO ADOPT INDEXED SALARY SCHEDULES. (LR# 0823- 01)
HB 0202
Referred: Education-Elementary and Secondary (H)
HB203
BOARD OF TRUSTEES OF THE POLICE RETIREMENTS SYSTEMS SHALL MAIL A FINANCIAL REPORT TO THE MEMBERS EACH YEAR. (LR# 0570- 01)
HB 0203
Referred: Municipal Corporations (H)
HB204
CLARIFIES PAWNBROKERS' RESPONSIBILITY AS TO STOLEN PROPERTY. (LR# 0748- 01)
HB 0204
Referred: Civil and Administrative Laws (H)
HB205
CHANGES IN PROVISION RELATING TO REINSTATEMENT OF CREDITABLE SERVICE AND COST OF LIVING INCREASES IN CERTAIN TEACHER RETIREMENT SYSTEM. (LR# 0792- 01)
HB 0205
Referred: Retirement (H)
HB206
ESTABLISHES LAW REGARDING DAMAGE TO A MOTOR VEHICLE WHILE IN TRANSIT FROM A MANUFACTURER OR DISTRIBUTOR TO A DEALER. (LR# 0383- 01)
HB 0206
Referred: Transportation (H)
HB207
CHANGES COVERAGE FOR LOSSES COVERED BY BOND OF MOTOR VEHICLE AND BOAT DEALERS. (LR# 0728- 01)
HB 0207
Referred: Transportation (H)
HB209
PROHIBITS LANDLORD FROM PROHIBITING INSTALLATION OF CABLE SERVICE IN TENANT'S DWELLING AND PROHIBITS UNSOLICITED CABLE INSTALLATION. (LR# 0767- 01)
HB 0209
Referred: Consumer Protection (H)
HB210
CREATES AN INCOME TAX CREDIT FOR CERTAIN EDUCATIONAL EXPENSES. (LR# 0686- 01)
HB 0210
Referred: Education-Higher (H)
HB211
CHANGES COMMERCIAL FEED LAW. EFFECTIVE DATE FOR CERTAIN SECTIONS (LR# 0652- 01)
HB 0211
Referred: Agri-Business (H)
HB212
PROHIBITS ANY REQUIREMENT THAT ANY REGISTRATION, LICENSING OR CERTIFYING AGENCY TO COLLECT CERTAIN TESTING FEES. (LR# 0825- 02)
HB 0212
Referred: Professional Registration & Licensing (H)
HB213
CORRECTS INTERSECTIONAL REFERENCE IN REAL ESTATE BROKER DISCLOSURE STATUTE. (LR# 0880- 01)
HB 0213
Referred: Professional Registration & Licensing (H)
HB215
ESTABLISHES CASELOAD STANDARDS FOR CERTAIN EMPLOYEES OF THE DEPARTMENT OF SOCIAL SERVICES. (LR# 0311- 01)
HB 0215
Referred: Social Services, Medicaid and the Elderly (H)
HB216
REMOVES THE EXTRA FEE NECESSARY TO OBTAIN COMBAT INFANTRYMAN LICENSE PLATES. (LR# 0519- 03)
HB 0216
Referred: Federal/State Relations and Veterans Affairs (H)
HB217
ALLOWS FOR TERMINATION OF PARENTAL RIGHTS IF MOTHER HAS VOLUNTARILY TERMINATED AND FATHER HAS PROVIDED NO SUPPORT TO THE CHILD. (LR# 0457- 01)
HB 0217
Referred: Civil and Administrative Laws (H)
HB218
REQUIRES THE NAME OF A MOTOR VEHICLE OWNER'S COUNTY OF DOMICILE BE PRINTED ON THE OWNER'S LICENSE PLATE. (LR# 0518- 01)
HB 0218
Referred: Motor Vehicle & Traffic Regulations (H)
HB219
CHANGES THE CRITERIA FOR THE CRIME OF ENDANGERING THE WELFARE OF A CHILD. (LR# 0557- 01)
HB 0219
Referred: Civil and Administrative Laws (H)
HB220
ORDERS OF PROTECTION FOR CUSTODY AND VISITATION ON JUDGES' CONSIDERATION. (LR# 0784- 02)
HB 0220
Referred: Children, Youth & Families (H)
HB221
LIMITS ACCESS TO STUDENTS' RECORDS. (LR# 0955- 01)
HB 0221
Referred: Judiciary (H)
HB222
CERTAIN GOVERNMENTAL DOCUMENTS AND SLOGANS MAY BE POSTED IN PUBLIC SCHOOLS. (LR# 0957- 01)
HB 0222
Referred: Education-Elementary and Secondary (H)
HB223
REGULATES CERTAIN TESTING IN SCHOOLS. (LR# 0958- 01)
HB 0223
Referred: Education-Elementary and Secondary (H)
HB224
REGULATES TEACHING OF SEX EDUCATION. (LR# 0956- 01)
HB 0224
Referred: Education-Elementary and Secondary (H)
HB225
ALLOWS LICENSED PHYSICIANS TO ENGAGE IN ALTERNATIVE MEDICAL PRACTICES. (LR# 0907- 01)
HB 0225
Referred: Public Health and Safety (H)
HB226
CHANGES PROCEDURE FOR DISCIPLINARY ACTIONS FOR STATE BOARD OF REGISTRATION FOR THE HEALING ARTS. (LR# 0910- 01)
HB 0226
Referred: Professional Registration & Licensing (H)
HB227
CHANGES PROCEDURE FOR DISCIPLINARY ACTIONS FOR STATE BOARD OF REGISTRATION FOR THE HEALING ARTS. (LR# 0911- 01)
HB 0227
Referred: Professional Registration & Licensing (H)
HB228
CREATES EXCEPTIONS TO RESTRICTIONS ON ACQUISITIONS OF CERTAIN INSURANCE COMPANIES BY CERTAIN OTHER INSURANCE COMPANIES. (LR# 0827- 01)
HB 0228
Referred: Insurance (H)
HB229
REMOVES REQUIREMENT THAT CERTAIN PROCEEDS FROM CERTAIN TRANSPORTATION SALES TAXES BE DIRECTED TO CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS BY VARIOUS BOARDS AND AUTHORITIES AND EXTENDS EXPIRATION DATE. (LR# 0791- 01)
HB 0229
Referred: Urban Affairs (H)
HB230
RAISES MISSOURI INCOME TAX DEDUCTION FOR FEDERAL INCOME TAX LIABILITY. (LR# 0440- 01)
HB 0230
Referred: Ways and Means (H)
HB231
PROVIDES PROCEDURE FOR DISSOLUTION OF SPECIAL ROAD DISTRICTS IN CERTAIN COUNTIES. (LR# 0438- 01)
HB 0231
Referred: Local Government and Related Matters (H)
HB232
MEDICAL INSURANCE COMPANIES MUST PROVIDE COVERAGE FOR ANNUAL PELVIC EXAMS AND PAP SMEARS. (LR# 0325- 01)
HB 0232
Referred: Public Health and Safety (H)
HB233
GENETIC TESTING SHALL NOT BE USED TO AFFECT THE OFFERING OF INSURANCE COVERAGE. (LR# 0174- 01)
HB 0233
Referred: Insurance (H)
HB234
POST CERTIFICATION WAIVERS AND RECIPROCITY. (LR# 0706- 01)
HB 0234
Referred: Criminal Law (H)
HB235
PSYCHOTHERAPISTS TO BE CIVILLY LIABLE FOR CERTAIN DAMAGES. (LR# 0708- 01)
HB 0235
Referred: Judiciary (H)
HB236
MAKES ENGLISH THE OFFICIAL LANGUAGE. (LR# 0709- 01)
HB 0236
Referred: Critical Issues (H)
HB237
REQUIRES CERTAIN APPLICANTS FOR A DRIVER'S LICENSE TO READ EXAM WITHOUT ASSISTANCE. (LR# 0707- 01)
HB 0237
Referred: Motor Vehicle & Traffic Regulations (H)
HB238
CREATES ENVIRONMENTAL EQUITY AND JUSTICE COMMISSION. (LR# 0762- 01)
HB 0238
Referred: Environment and Energyy (H)
HB239
PROVIDES FOR ADDITIONAL ASSOCIATE CIRCUIT JUDGES IN CERTAIN COUNTIES. (LR# 0976- 01)
HB 0239
Referred: Judiciary (H)
HB240
COMPULSORY SCHOOL ATTENDANCE UNTIL 18. (LR# 0901- 01)
HB 0240
Referred: Elections (H)
HB241
CREATES A PHARMACEUTICAL TAX CREDIT IN SENIOR CITIZENS' PROPERTY TAX RELIEF LAW KNOWN AS CIRCUIT BREAKER LAW. (LR# 0657- 01)
HB 0241
Referred: Ways and Means (H)
HB242
MAKES CERTAIN ACTIONS BY A PERSON INFECTED WITH HIV A FELONY. (LR# 0798- 02)
HB 0242
Referred: Criminal Law (H)
HB243
SMOKING CESSATION PROGRAM FOR DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTIONS. (LR# 0125- 01)
HB 0243
Referred: Correctional & State Institutions (H)
HB244
EXPANDS TRAFFIC REGULATIONS' DEFINITION OF EMERGENCY VENICLE TO INCLUDE CERTAIN VEHICLES PERFORMING HAZARDOUS SUBSTANCE FUNCTIONS. (LR# 0665- 01)
HB 0244
Referred: Civil and Administrative Laws (H)
HB245
ALLOWS CERTAIN PUPILS TO TRANSFER SCHOOLS. (LR# 0945- 01)
HB 0245
Referred: Education-Elementary and Secondary (H)
HB246
PROVIDES FOR RENEWAL OF INSURANCE AGENTS AND BROKERS WHOSE LICENSES HAVE TERMINATED FOR NONPAYMENT OF RENEWAL FEES. (LR# 0249- 01)
HB 0246
Referred: Insurance (H)
HB247
CHANGES COMPOSITION OF POLICE BOARD IN CERTAIN CITIES. (LR# 0242- 01)
HB 0247
Referred: Municipal Corporations (H)
HB248
ALLOWS ST.LOUIS TO SET BY ORDINANCE THE NOISE LEVEL OF EMERGENCY VEHICLE SIRENS. (LR# 0207- 01)
HB 0248
Referred: Municipal Corporations (H)
HB249
PROVIDES FOR CREATION OF EMERGENCY "911" BOARD IN CERTAIN COUNTIES. (LR# 0520- 02)
HB 0249
Referred: Local Government and Related Matters (H)
HB250
ALLOWS NOT FOR PROFIT CORPORATIONS TO CALL THEIR BOARD OF DIRECTORS A BOARD OF CURATORS. (LR# 0949- 01)
HB 0250
Referred: Civil and Administrative Laws (H)
HB251
CLARIFIES WHEN CERTAIN NOTICES MUST BE GIVEN BY CERTAIN INSURERS. (LR# 0886- 01)
HB 0251
Referred: Insurance (H)
HB252
ALLOWS CITY AUDITOR OF KANSAS CITY TO EXAMINE CERTAIN CLOSED RECORDS TO AUDIT THE MUNICIPAL POLICE DEPARTMENT. (LR# 0790- 01)
HB 0252
Referred: Urban Affairs (H)
HB253
ALLOWS DIRECTOR OF DEPARTMENT OF REVENUE TO PRESCRIBE COLOR AND DESIGN OF COMBAT INFANTRYMAN MOTOR VEHICLE LICENSE PLATES. (LR# 0980- 01)
HB 0253
Referred: Federal/State Relations and Veterans Affairs (H)
HB254
PROCEDURES CONCERNING ATTACHMENT AND RELEASE OF MECHANIC'S LIENS. (LR# 0751- 01)
HB 0254
Referred: Civil and Administrative Laws (H)
HB255
REDUCES SALES TAX ON FOOD. (LR# 0854- 01)
HB 0255
Referred: Ways and Means (H)
HB256
EXTENDS SUNSET VOCATIONAL EDUCATION AUTHORITY FOR SPECIAL SCHOOL DISTRICT OF ST. LOUIS COUNTY. CONTINGENCY EFFECTIVE DATE (LR# 1049- 01)
HB 0256
Referred: Education-Elementary and Secondary (H)
HB257
REGULATES SAVINGS BANKS. (LR# 0723- 01)
HB 0257
Referred: Banks and Financial Institutions (H)
HB258
REQUIRES CONFIDENTIALITY 0F CERTAIN MEDICAL RECORDS. (LR# 0705- 02)
HB 0258
Referred: Judiciary (H)
HB259
REGULATES VIATICAL SETTLEMENT BROKERS AND PROVIDERS. (LR# 0851- 01)
HB 0259
Referred: Insurance (H)
HB260
CREATES PROFESSIONAL BAILBONDSMAN LICENSINGD AND SURETY RECOVERY AGENT ACT. (LR# 0900- 01)
HB 0260
Referred: Professional Registration & Licensing (H)
HB261
ALLOWS REZONING HEARING NOTICE TO BE GIVEN BY FIRST CLASS MAIL TO PROPERTY OWNERS WITHIN SIX HUNDRED FEET OF AFFECTED AREA. (LR# 0951- 01)
HB 0261
Referred: Local Government and Related Matters (H)
HB262
REQUIRES VOTER APPROVAL OF CERTAIN FIRE PROTECTION CONTRACT PROPOSALS. (LR# 0887- 01)
HB 0262
Referred: Local Government and Related Matters (H)
HB263
ALLOWS CERTAIN LIQUOR LICENSEES TO SELL LIQUOR ON SUNDAYS. (LR# 0817- 01)
HB 0263
Referred: Local Government and Related Matters (H)
HB264
CHANGES COUNTY BUILDING COMMISSION. (LR# 0512- 01)
HB 0264
Referred: Local Government and Related Matters (H)
HB265
REPEALS SECTION MAKING PROBATION REVOCATION HEARING AN INDEPENDENT PROCEEDING. (LR# 0494- 01)
HB 0265
Referred: Criminal Law (H)
HB266
PROVIDES FOR LICENSURE OF INTERIOR DESIGNERS. (LR# 0636- 01)
HB 0266
Referred: Professional Registration & Licensing (H)
HB267
DETERMINES PUBLIC ASSISTANCE BENEFITS RELATING TO OWNERSHIP OF CERTAIN PREARRANGED FUNERAL OR BURIAL CONTRACTS. (LR# 0913- 01)
HB 0267
Referred: Social Services, Medicaid and the Elderly (H)
HB268
RESUBMISSION OF LOCAL OPTION FOR RIVERBOAT GAMBLING AUTHORIZATION NOT TO BE PRIOR TO TWO YEARS AFTER THE MEASURE FAILED. (LR# 0385- 01)
HB 0268
Referred: Civil and Administrative Laws (H)
HB271
NO PUBLIC ASSISTANCE FOR PERSONS WITH OUTSTANDING ARREST WARRANTS. (LR# 0292- 01)
HB 0271
Referred: Social Services, Medicaid and the Elderly (H)
HB272
RESTRAINING ORDERS MAY BE ISSUED AGAINST MINORS. (LR# 0295- 01)
HB 0272
Referred: Civil and Administrative Laws (H)
HB273
ALLOWS PEOPLE WITH AN INCOME LESS THAN THE FEDERAL POVERTY LEVEL TO NOT PAY MISSOURI INCOME TAX. (LR# 0301- 01)
HB 0273
Referred: Ways and Means (H)
HB274
CLARIFIES CONFIDENTIALITY REQUIRED OF LEGISLATIVE RESEARCH EMPLOYEES. (LR# 0511- 02)
HB 0274
Referred: Judiciary (H)
HB276
REGULATES OPERATION OF AMUSEMENT RIDES. (LR# 0795- 01)
HB 0276
Referred: Consumer Protection (H)
HB277
PROVIDES PROCEDURES FOR ESTABLISHING JUVENILE DETENTION FACILITIES IN CERTAIN COUNTIES. (LR# 0013- 01)
HB 0277
Referred: Civil and Administrative Laws (H)
HB278
REQUIRES A CLAIM AGAINST THE STATE TO BE PAID AT THE REDUCED RATE FOR A FISCAL YEAR IN WHICH THE GOVERNOR REDUCES AN ALLOTMENT OF APPROPRIATIONS. (LR# 0991- 01)
HB 0278
Referred: Budget (H)
HB279
REVISES PROCEDURES FOR DISCIPLINARY ACTIONS IN HIGHWAY PATROL. (LR# 1037- 01)
HB 0279
Referred: Civil and Administrative Laws (H)
HB280
GIVES GENERAL ASSEMBLY OPPORTUNITY TO REVIEW EDUCATION STANDARDS. (LR# 0675- 01)
HB 0280
Referred: Education-Elementary and Secondary (H)
HB281
ALLOWS REPORTING AND FURTHER EXAMINATION OF IMPAIRED DRIVERS. (LR# 0982- 01)
HB 0281
Referred: Motor Vehicle & Traffic Regulations (H)
HB282
CHANGES HEARING PROCEDURES FOR CERTAIN PEACE OFFICERS. (LR# 0613- 02)
HB 0282
Referred: Labor (H)
HB283
INDUSTRIAL HEMP PRODUCTION ACT, (LR# 0916- 01)
HB 0283
Referred: Agri-Business (H)
HB284
ESTABLISHES HOW CERTAIN HAZARDOUS MATERIALS COLLECTED AS EVIDENCE ARE TO BE DISPOSED OF. (LR# 0993- 01)
HB 0284
Referred: Criminal Law (H)
HB285
CHANGES REQUIREMENTS FOR LOADING PASSENGERS ON AND UNLOADING PASSENGERS OFF SCHOOL BUSES. (LR# 0983- 01)
HB 0285
Referred: Motor Vehicle & Traffic Regulations (H)
HB286
ALLOWS 4TH CLASS CITIES' BOARD OF ALDERMEN TO APPOINT CHIEF OF POLICE. (LR# 0750- 01)
HB 0286
Referred: Local Government and Related Matters (H)
HB287
REQUIRES LIABILITIES TO BE DETERMINED BY GENERALLY ACCEPTED ACCOUNTING PRINCIPLES FOR PREPAID DENTAL PLANS. (LR# 1040- 01)
HB 0287
Referred: Insurance (H)
HB288
ESTABLISHES AN ADMINISTRATIVE PENALTY FOR CERTAIN VIOLATIONS OF PUBLIC DRINKING WATER LAWS. (LR# 1047- 01)
HB 0288
Referred: Environment and Energyy (H)
HB289
ALLOWS COUNTY COMMISSIONS TO REMOVE APPOINTED MEMBERS OF BOARDS AND COMMISSIONS FOR CAUSE. (LR# 0950- 01)
HB 0289
Referred: Local Government and Related Matters (H)
HB290
CREATES SALES TAX EXEMPTION FOR CERTAIN DEVICES AND EQUIPMENT USED BY PERSONS WITH PHYSICAL DISABILITIES. (LR# 0902- 01)
HB 0290
Referred: Ways and Means (H)
HB291
MAKES A NUMBER OF CHANGES IN THE ADOPTION PROCESS AND PROVIDES INSURANCE COVERAGE FOR ADOPTED CHILD AND BIRTH MOTHER. (LR# 0007- 01)
HB 0291
Referred: Judiciary (H)
HB292
INCREASES TEACHERS' SALARIES. (LR# 0395- 01)
HB 0292
Referred: Education-Elementary and Secondary (H)
HB294
REPEALS THE DEATH PENALTY. (LR# 0602- 01)
HB 0294
Referred: Criminal Law (H)
HB295
INCREASES LEGISLATIVE PER DIEM. (LR# 0836- 01)
HB 0295
Referred: Budget (H)
HB296
LIMITS LOBBYING BY STATE EMPLOYEES. (LR# 0302- 01)
HB 0296
Referred: Judiciary (H)
HB297
REGULATES CERTAIN AGREEMENTS AND CONTRACTS BETWEEN BREWERS AND WHOLESALERS OF BEER. (LR# 0914- 01)
HB 0297
Referred: Local Government and Related Matters (H)
HB298
RAFFLES REMOVED FROM DEFINITION OF GAMBLING. (LR# 0384- 01)
HB 0298
Referred: Ways and Means (H)
HB300
INCLUDES BEING VIEWED IN AN AREA OF EXPECTED PRIVACY AS AN INVASION OF PRIVACY. (LR# 1042- 01)
HB 0300
Referred: Civil and Administrative Laws (H)
HB301
ALLOWS CERTAIN MONEYS GENERATED BY THE NONRESIDENT ENTERTAINER AND PROFESSIONAL ATHLETIC TEAM INCOME TAX TO BE USED FOR CERTAIN PURPOSES. (LR# 1087- 01)
HB 0301
Referred: Ways and Means (H)
HB302
ESTABLISHES THE FAMILY DEVELOPMENT ACCOUNT PROGRAM. (LR# 0741- 01)
HB 0302
Referred: Social Services, Medicaid and the Elderly (H)
HB303
INCREASE CERTAIN BENEFITS FOR NATIONAL GUARD MEMBERS. (LR# 1078- 01)
HB 0303
Referred: Education-Higher (H)
HB304
PROHIBITS INTERFERING WITH FISHING. (LR# 0855- 01)
HB 0304
Referred: Criminal Law (H)
HB305
PROHIBITS USE OF PUBLIC FUNDS TO SUPPORT OR OPPOSE BALLOT MEASURES OR CANDIDATES. (LR# 0676- 01)
HB 0305
Referred: Elections (H)
HB306
CHANGES TRANSFER OF GAMBLING PROCEEDS. (LR# 0674- 01)
HB 0306
Referred: Education-Elementary and Secondary (H)
HB307
CREATES SALES TAX EXEMPTION FOR CERTAIN DONATED PROPERTY. (LR# 0677- 01)
HB 0307
Referred: Ways and Means (H)
HB308
CHANGES METHOD OF SENTENCING. (LR# 0679- 01)
HB 0308
Referred: Judiciary (H)
HB309
CHANGES CERTAIN TRAINING REQUIREMENTS FOR COSMETOLOGISTS. (LR# 0768- 01)
HB 0309
Referred: Professional Registration & Licensing (H)
HB310
PROVIDES FOR A REVIEW ORGANIZATION FOR PROFESSIONAL PHYSICAL THERAPISTS AND PHYSICAL THERAPIST ASSISTANTS. (LR# 0491- 01)
HB 0310
Referred: Professional Registration & Licensing (H)
HB311
PROVIDES FOR SPEECH PATHOLOGY ASSISTANTS IN LICENSURE FOR SPEECH-LANGUAGE PATHOLOGISTS AND CLINICAL AUDIOLOGISTS. (LR# 0490- 01)
HB 0311
Referred: Professional Registration & Licensing (H)
HB312
DEFINES DISABILITY AND CHANGES THE WORD HANDICAPPED TO DISABLED. (LR# 1081- 01)
HB 0312
Referred: Civil and Administrative Laws (H)
HB313
PROVIDES FOR REPLACEMENT OF EMERGENCY AMBULANCE SERVICES WITH PRIMARY AMBULANCE SERVICES. (LR# 0856- 01)
HB 0313
Referred: Local Government and Related Matters (H)
HB314
INCREASE MULTIPLIER FACTOR IN FORMULA FOR DETERMINING PUBLIC SCHOOL RETIREMENT SYSTEM BENEFIT. (LR# 0772- 01)
HB 0314
Referred: Retirement (H)
HB315
REPEALS REQUIREMENT THAT DENTAL HYGIENIST WORK UNDER DIRECT SUPERVISION OF DENTIST. (LR# 1118- 01)
HB 0315
Referred: Professional Registration & Licensing (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
Referred: Correctional & State Institutions (H)
HB318
MAKES VOLUNTEER FIRE PROTECTION ASSOCIATIONS ELIGIBLE FOR RECEIPT OF STATE SURPLUS PROPERTY. (LR# 0106- 01)
HB 0318
Referred: Local Government and Related Matters (H)
HB319
CHANGES THE DEFINITION OF QUALIFIED ORGANIZATIONS AND STATES WHICH CHARITABLE GIFT ANNUITIES ARE INCLUDED. (LR# 0191- 01)
HB 0319
Referred: Civil and Administrative Laws (H)
HB320
ESTABLISHES THE NEEDLE EXCHANGE PROGRAM WITHIN THE DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH. (LR# 0701- 01)
HB 0320
Referred: Public Health and Safety (H)
HB321
OPENS CERTAIN CRIMINAL RECORDS. (LR# 0615- 01)
HB 0321
Referred: Criminal Law (H)
HB322
MAKES NUMEROUS CORRECTIONS AND TECHNICAL CHANGES IN STATE RETIREMENT SYSTEM LAW. (LR# 0828- 02)
HB 0322
Referred: Retirement (H)
HB323
REQUIRES NOTICE TO CERTAIN NEIGHBORHOOD AND HOME ASSOCIATIONS WHEN AREA IS BEING CONSIDERED FOR TAX CREDITS. (LR# 0116- 01)
HB 0323
Referred: Local Government and Related Matters (H)
HB324
MODIFIES TIME WITHIN WHICH CERTAIN PURCHASED ITEMS MAY HAVE A SALES TAX CREDIT. (LR# 0061- 01)
HB 0324
Referred: Ways and Means (H)
HB325
REQUIRES THE DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTIONS TO REASONABLY ACCOMMODATE THE PRACTICE OF RELIGION BY NATIVE AMERICAN INMATES. (LR# 0387- 01)
HB 0325
Referred: Correctional & State Institutions (H)
HB326
LOWERS BY REFERENDUM THE STATE SALES TAX ON FOOD. (LR# 1003- 01)
HB 0326
Referred: Ways and Means (H)
HB327
PERMITS VOLUNTEERS TO PERFORM CERTAIN DUTIES FOR DEPARTMENT OF CONSERVATION. (LR# 1114- 01)
HB 0327
Referred: State Parks, Natural Resources and Mining (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
Referred: Municipal Corporations (H)
HB329
CREATES WITHIN THE DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AN INDOOR AIR QUALITY PROGRAM. (LR# 0785- 03)
HB 0329
Referred: Public Health and Safety (H)
HB330
RELATING TO THE RIGHTS OF MOTHERS WHO ARE BREAST FEEDING THEIR INFANTS. (LR# 0984- 02)
HB 0330
Referred: Public Health and Safety (H)
HB332
MAKES CHANGES TO LAWS REGARDING TOWING AND REMOVAL OF MOTOR VEHICLES AND ABANDONED PROPERTY. (LR# 0878- 02)
HB 0332
Referred: Motor Vehicle & Traffic Regulations (H)
HB365
ALLOWS CERTAIN BENEFITS TO BE GIVEN TO VOLUNTEER FIREFIGHTERS IN CERTAIN CIRCUMSTANCES. (LR# 0834- 01)
HB 0365
Read second time (H)
HB366
EXEMPTS FOOD FROM STATE AND LOCAL SALES TAXES. (LR# 0830- 01)
HB 0366
Read second time (H)
HB367
DISALLOWS DEPARTMENT OF REVENUE TO RELEASE A PERSON'S SOCIAL SECURITY NUMBER WITH CERTAIN EXCEPTIONS. (LR# 0304- 01)
HB 0367
Read second time (H)
HB368
PROVIDES IMMUNITY FROM CIVIL ACTIONS FOR CERTAIN DOCTORS AND NURSES WHO VOLUNTEER AT AMATEUR SPORTING EVENTS. (LR# 1062- 01)
HB 0368
Read second time (H)
HB369
REVISES UNIFORM COMMERCIAL CODE. (LR# 1148- 01)
HB 0369
Read second time (H)
HB370
EXEMPTS CERTAIN CITIES FROM PROVISIONS OF LAW REQUIRING ELECTION OF CERTAIN CITY OFFICIALS. (LR# 0671- 02)
HB 0370
Read second time (H)
HB371
MAKES CERTAIN CHANGES TO THE STATE INCOME TAX LAWS AND ALLOWS A CREDIT FOR CERTAIN TUITION EXPENSES. (LR# 0619- 03)
HB 0371
Read second time (H)
HB372
RELATES TO CHILD CUSTODY AND SUPPORT PROCEEDINGS. (LR# 1226- 01)
HB 0372
Read second time (H)
HB373
PERMITS SCHOOLS TO GET LOANS FOR CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS. (LR# 0020- 03)
HB 0373
Read second time (H)
HB374
PROVIDES THAT SECURITY GUARDS NEED ONLY TO BE LICENSED IN ONE MUNICIPALITY TO BE VALID IN ALL MUNICIPALITIES IN COUNTY. (LR# 0832- 01)
HB 0374
Read second time (H)
HB375
CREATES NEW REQUIREMENTS FOR CONTRACTORS IN ORDER TO OBTAIN MECHANIC'S LIENS IN CERTAIN CIRCUMSTANCES. (LR# 0831- 01)
HB 0375
Read second time (H)
HB376
AUTHORIZES SEWER DISTRICTS TO FORM JOINT MUNICIPAL UTILITY COMMISSIONS. CONTINGENT EFFECTIVE DATE (LR# 1108- 01)
HB 0376
Read second time (H)
HB377
PROMOTES SERVICE LEARNING PROGRAMS. (LR# 0960- 01)
HB 0377
Read second time (H)
HB378
PROVIDES EMPLOYERS WITH IMMUNITY IF THEY GIVE REFERENCES IN GOOD FAITH. (LR# 0962- 01)
HB 0378
Read second time (H)
HB379
MAKES CERTAIN CHANGES TO WATERCRAFT LAW. (LR# 0849- 02)
HB 0379
Read second time (H)
HB380
REQUIRES CERTAIN SCHOOL BUSES TO BE INSPECTED ONLY BY HIGHWAY PATROL AND ALLOWS PRIVATE SCHOOL BUSES TO NOT BE REREGISTERED. (LR# 1106- 02)
HB 0380
Read second time (H)
HB381
CHANGES MOTOR VEHICLE REGISTRATION FEE AND LOAD REQUIREMENTS FOR A LOCAL LOG TRUCK. (LR# 0161- 01)
HB 0381
Read second time (H)
HB382
CREATES HIGH SCHOOL SUPERIOR ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENT SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM. (LR# 0641- 01)
HB 0382
Read second time (H)
HB383
PROVIDES FOR REGISTRATION OF PHARMACY TECHNICIANS AND OTHER CHANGES IN PHARMACY LAW. (LR# 0537- 03)
HB 0383
Read second time (H)
HB384
REMOVES SCHOOL START DATE REQUIREMENT. (LR# 1220- 01)
HB 0384
Read second time (H)
HB385
CHANGES CONTROL OF LAMBERT FIELD. (LR# 0749- 01)
HB 0385
Read second time (H)
HB386
ALLOWS CITIES AND CERTAIN COUNTIES TO CHARGE PROPERTY OWNERS FOR REMOVAL OF NUISANCES. (LR# 1105- 01)
HB 0386
Introduced and read first time (H)
HB387
ALLOWS NONSTOCKHOLDERS TO SERVE AS DIRECTORS OF CERTAIN FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS. (LR# 1101- 01)
HB 0387
Introduced and read first time (H)
HB388
REQUIRES INSURERS TO COVER PHENYLKETONURIA (PKU) PRODUCTS. (LR# 0829- 01)
HB 0388
Introduced and read first time (H)
HB389
INCREASES PENALTIES FOR PARKING IN A SPACE RESERVED FOR PHYSICALLY DISABLED AND CHANGES RENEWAL PERIODS FOR PLACARDS. (LR# 0833- 01)
HB 0389
Introduced and read first time (H)
HB390
CHANGES AMBULANCE DISTRICT LAW. AN EFFECTIVE DATE FOR CERTAIN SECTIONS (LR# 1224- 01)
HB 0390
Introduced and read first time (H)
HB391
PERMITS CERTAIN COUNTIES TO HAVE JUVENILE CURFEWS. (LR# 1103- 02)
HB 0391
Introduced and read first time (H)
HB392
ALLOWS FIRE PROTECTION DISTRICTS TO ANNEX CERTAIN AREAS. (LR# 1140- 01)
HB 0392
Introduced and read first time (H)
HB393
LOWERS STATE SALES TAX ON FOOD. (LR# 1137- 01)
HB 0393
Introduced and read first time (H)
HB394
ALLOWS DEPT. OF REVENUE TO DETERMINE COLOR AND DESIGN OF CERTAIN MOTOR VEHICLE LICENSE PLATES. (LR# 0654- 03)
HB 0394
Introduced and read first time (H)
HB395
CHANGES PERIODS AT THE END OF WHICH STATE TAX COMMISSION MAKES CERTAIN RULES. (LR# 1201- 01)
HB 0395
Introduced and read first time (H)
HB396
ESTABLISHES THE RIGHTS AND RESPONSIBILITIES OF HOTEL GUESTS AND OPERATORS. (LR# 1218- 01)
HB 0396
Introduced and read first time (H)
HB397
CHANGES SCHOOL STARTING DATE. (LR# 1143- 01)
HB 0397
Introduced and read first time (H)
HB398
PROVIDES CERTAIN CANDIDATES FOR LICENSURE AS A PSYCHOLOGIST A CERTAIN NUMBER OF ATTEMPTS TO PASS EXAMINATION. (LR# 0082- 01)
HB 0398
Introduced and read first time (H)
HB399
UNIFORM COMMON INTEREST OWNERSHIP ACT. (LR# 0906- 01)
HB 0399
Introduced and read first time (H)
HB400
REMOVES ELECTION COMMISSION REQUIREMENT FOR CERTAIN COUNTIES. (LR# 1043- 01)
HB 0400
Introduced and read first time (H)
HB401
GIVES ELECTION AUTHORITY OPTION TO SEIZE CERTAIN ILLEGAL MATERIALS. (LR# 1044- 01)
HB 0401
Introduced and read first time (H)
HB402
ALLOWS CETAIN PARTIES TO REQUEST ON-SITE SEWAGE DISPOSAL SYSTEM INSPECTION. (LR# 1056- 03)
HB 0402
Introduced and read first time (H)
HB403
ESTABLISHES A PILOT PROJECT WHICH ALLOWS LAW ENFORCEMENT OFFICIALS TO PUT WHEEL LOCKS ON MOTOR VEHICLES WHICH ARE NOT PROPERLY INSURED. (LR# 0662- 01)
HB 0403
Introduced and read first time (H)
HB404
REQUIRES INSURANCE COVERAGE FOR THE SERVICES OF A SURGICAL FIRST ASSISTANT. (LR# 0495- 01)
HB 0404
Introduced and read first time (H)
HB405
SCHOOL DISTRICT MAY CREATE COMMITTEE TO HELP ORGANIZE EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS. (LR# 1052- 01)
HB 0405
Introduced and read first time (H)
HB406
REVISES ARCHITECTS, PROFESSIONAL ENGINEERS AND PROFESSIONAL LAND SURVEYORS LICENSING LAW. (LR# 0769- 01)
HB 0406
Introduced and read first time (H)
HB407
PROVIDES FOR PUBLIC FUNDING OF CERTAIN CAMPAIGNS. (LR# 0875- 01)
HB 0407
Introduced and read first time (H)
HB408
ENGLISH TO BE OFFICIAL STATE LANGUAGE. (LR# 1109- 01)
HB 0408
Introduced and read first time (H)
HB409
REVISES MISSOURI TRANSPORTATION DEVELOPMENT DISTRICT ACT. (LR# 1046- 01)
HB 0409
Introduced and read first time (H)
HB410
PERMITS ADDITIONAL FUNDING FLEXIBILITY FOR FINANCIALLY STRESSED SCHOOL S. (LR# 1238- 01)
HB 0410
Introduced and read first time (H)
HB411
MAKES CHANGES IN CERTAIN CHILD SUPPORT ENFORCEMENT LAWS TO MEET NEW FEDERAL MANDATES. EFFECTIVE DATE FOR CERTAIN SECTIONS (LR# 1117- 02)
HB 0411
Introduced and read first time (H)
HB412
CREATES CRIME OF SEXUAL MISCONDUCT INVOLVING A CHILD. (LR# 1144- 01)
HB 0412
Introduced and read first time (H)
HB413
INCREASES PENALTY FOR CERTAIN PROSTITUTION OFFENSES. (LR# 1130- 01)
HB 0413
Introduced and read first time (H)
HB414
PROVIDES TAX CREDITS FOR CERTAIN CONTRIBUTIONS TO MATERNITY HOMES AND DOMESTIC VIOLENCE SHELTERS. (LR# 1035- 01)
HB 0414
Introduced and read first time (H)
HB415
REQUIRES PEOPLE EIGHTEEN YEARS OF AGE OR LESS TO WEAR BICYCLE HELMETS. (LR# 1253- 01)
HB 0415
Introduced and read first time (H)
HB416
PROHIBITS UNRESTRAINED ANIMALS IN THE BEDS OF TRUCKS. (LR# 1254- 01)
HB 0416
Introduced and read first time (H)
HEC1
MARVALENE PANKEY A REGISTERED VOTER VS REPRESENTATIVE JIM HOWERTON (LR# 0000- 00)
HEC0001
Referred: Elections (H)
HEC2
DONALD W WALDREP A REGISTERED VOTER VS REPRESENTATIVE MATT BOATRIGHT (LR# 0000- 00)
HEC0002
Referred: Elections (H)
HEC3
MICHAEL FRAME FOR ELECTION FOR DISTRICT 105 VS REPRESENTATIVE MARILYN EDWARDS (LR# 0000- 00)
HEC0003
Referred: Elections (H)
HJR7
REQUIRES STATE AUDITOR TO COMPETITIVELY BID FOR STATE AUDITS. (LR# 0223- 01)
HJR0007
Referred: Governmental Organization & Review (H)
HJR8
LIMITS THE POWER OF THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY TO MAKE GREATER APROPRIATIONS TO THE DEPARTMENT OF SOCIAL SERVICES THAN THE DEPARTMENT OF ELEMENTARY AND SECONDARY EDUCATION. (LR# 1059- 01)
HJR0008
Referred: Budget (H)
HJR9
INCREASES EDUCATIONAL FUND LEVY. (LR# 0857- 01)
HJR0009
Referred: Education-Elementary and Secondary (H)
HJR11
ALLOWS FINANCING OF JOINT SEWER IMPROVEMENT PROJECT BY ISSUANCE OF BONDS. (LR# 1107- 01)
HJR0011
Read second time (H)
HR8
BETTY SURFACE 1997 MISSOURI OLDER WORKER (LR# 0000- 00)
HR 0008
Adopted (H)
HR9
ED LAWSON OUTSTANDING MEMBER 1996 BOWLING GREEN CHAMBER OF COMMERCE (LR# 0000- 00)
HR 0009
Adopted (H)
HR10
DENNIS AND LISA HOOK RECIPIENT OF THE 1996 CITIZEN OF THE YEAR AWARD (LR# 0000- 00)
HR 0010
Adopted (H)
HR11
GENE YOUNG ON HIS RETIREMENT (LR# 0000- 00)
HR 0011
Adopted (H)
HR12
BERDETTE KING 1996 CITIZEN OF THE YEAR WEBSTER GROVES AREA CHAMBER OF COMMERCE (LR# 0000- 00)
HR 0012
Adopted (H)
HR13
JOSEPH C RATH, JR, CHOSEN 1996 BUSINESS PERSON OF THE YEAR WEBSTER GROVES AREA CHAMBER OF COMMERCE (LR# 0000- 00)
HR 0013
Adopted (H)
HR14
TRACY FRANKLIN GIRLS BASKETBALL TEAM AT MEXICO HIGH SCHOOL (LR# 0000- 00)
HR 0014
Adopted (H)
HR15
MR AND MRS JOHN W CONNER COMMEMORATING THEIR FIFTIETH ANNIVERSARY (LR# 0000- 00)
HR 0015
Adopted (H)
HR16
MR AND MRS FRANK W STOCKWELL COMMEMORATING THEIR FIFTIETH ANNIVERSARY (LR# 0000- 00)
HR 0016
Adopted (H)
HR17
JERRY PRESLEY ON HIS RETIREMENT FROM THE MO DEPT. OF CONSERVATION (LR# 0000- 00)
HR 0017
Adopted (H)
HR18
MR AND MRS ROBERT DONALD WOODY CELEBRATING THEIR FIFTIETH ANNIVERSARY (LR# 0000- 00)
HR 0018
Adopted (H)
HR19
JOHN LEARY, JR ON HIS RETIREMENT (LR# 0791- 01)
HR 0019
Adopted (H)
HR20
RICHARD GARRETT RECIPIENT OF THE EAGLE SCOUT AWARD (LR# 0791- 01)
HR 0020
Adopted (H)
HR21
DEARBORN FIRE DISTRICT CAPTAIN TIM OTTO (LR# 0791- 01)
HR 0021
Adopted (H)
HR22
MR AND MRS BUCK NAFUS COMMEMORATING THEIR SIXTIETH ANNIVERSARY (LR# 0791- 01)
HR 0022
Adopted (H)
HR23
BETH DEERING NAMED CITIZEN OF THE YEAR (LR# 0791- 01)
HR 0023
Adopted (H)
HR24
IN MEMORY OF ALFRED LYNCH (LR# 0791- 01)
HR 0024
Adopted (H)
HR25
FRED H MORRIS ON HIS RETIREMENT (LR# 0000- 00)
HR 0025
Adopted (H)
HR26
MR AND MRS LEO SCRIVNER CELEBRATING THEIR FIFTIETH ANNIVERSARY (LR# 0000- 00)
HR 0026
Adopted (H)
HR27
HOCHSCHILD, BLOOM AND CO OBSERVING ITS FIFTIETH ANNIVERSARY (LR# 0000- 00)
HR 0027
Adopted (H)
HR28
MARIE LOUISE PRYOR ON HER RETIREMENT (LR# 0000- 00)
HR 0028
Adopted (H)
HR29
EMMA TORTI SLAWSON CELEBRATING HER EIGHTIETH BIRTHDAY (LR# 0000- 00)
HR 0029
Adopted (H)
HR30
WARREN B MUELLER RECIPIENT OF THE EAGLE SCOUT AWARD (LR# 1006- 01)
HR 0030
Adopted (H)
HR31
MINNIE GRAHAM ON HER RETIREMENT FROM THE DEPT OF SOCIAL SERVICES (LR# 0805- 01)
HR 0031
Adopted (H)
HR32
LUCILLE ROBINSON PRICE OBSERVING HER SIXTIETH BIRTHDAY (LR# 0000- 00)
HR 0032
Adopted (H)
HR33
MR AND MRS EDWARD ULLERY CELEBRATING THEIR FIFTIETH ANNIVERSARY (LR# 0000- 00)
HR 0033
Adopted (H)
HR34
HAROLD G TOWNSEND, JR RECIPIENT OF THE NORTHLANDER OF THE YEAR AWARD (LR# 0511- 02)
HR 0034
Adopted (H)
HR35
JOHN K LEARY, JR LEAVING BISTATE DEVELOPMENT TO BECOME GENERAL MANAGER OF THE SOUTHEASTERN PENNSYLVANIA TRANSPORTATION AUTHORITY (LR# 0916- 01)
HR 0035
Adopted (H)
HR36
TED BOYER ON HIS RETIREMENT (LR# 0916- 01)
HR 0036
Adopted (H)
HR37
MARK ALLEN NEW CORONER FOR ST FRANCOIS COUNTY (LR# 0916- 01)
HR 0037
Adopted (H)
HR38
HONORABLE JACK E GANT (LR# 0916- 01)
HR 0038
Adopted (H)
HR39
JAMES ELMO FORD CELEBRATING HIS ONE HUNDREDTH BIRTHDAY (LR# 0750- 01)
HR 0039
Adopted (H)
HR40
MR AND MRS CLARENCE WOLF CELEBRATING THEIR SIXTIETH ANNIVERSARY (LR# 0000- 00)
HR 0040
Adopted (H)
HR41
CRESTWOOD PLAZA 1996 COMMUNITY IMPROVEMENT AWARD (LR# 0000- 00)
HR 0041
Adopted (H)
HR42
JAMES SANDFORT 1996 BUSINESS PERSON OF THE YEAR AWARD (LR# 0000- 00)
HR 0042
Adopted (H)
HR43
GENE ENGELHARDT RECIPIENT OF THE CITIZEN OF THE YEAR AWARD (LR# 0000- 00)
HR 0043
Adopted (H)
HR44
VIRGIE THOMAS ON HER RETIREMENT (LR# 0230- 11)
HR 0044
Adopted (H)
HR45
JASON HAYMES RECIPIENT OF THE CITIZEN OF THE YEAR (LR# 0230- 11)
HR 0045
Adopted (H)
HR46
JOE SNYDER CHAMPION BOWLER (LR# 0230- 11)
HR 0046
Adopted (H)
HR47
OFFICER MARTY GRAY AND OFFICER DARREL HOWELL (LR# 0230- 11)
HR 0047
Adopted (H)
HR48
DR STEPHEN M POORT ON HIS RETIREMENT (LR# 0230- 11)
HR 0048
Adopted (H)
HR49
JAY GITHENS RECIPIENT OF THE CITIZEN OF THE YEAR (LR# 0230- 11)
HR 0049
Adopted (H)
HR50
DUB SCOBEY ON HIS RETIREMENT (LR# 0000- 00)
HR 0050
Adopted (H)
HR51
JIM O'DONNELL RECIPIENT OF THE PACESETTER AWARD (LR# 0000- 00)
HR 0051
Adopted (H)
HR52
TIM CARTER, JOHN GROSSMEIER, AND LINDA STRAUBE TO RECEIVE THE COMMUNITY BETTERMENT AWARD (LR# 0000- 00)
HR 0052
Adopted (H)
HR53
HONORABLE RICHARD SCHWARTZ TO RECEIVE THE COMMUNITY BETTERMENT AWARD (LR# 0000- 00)
HR 0053
Adopted (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
Adopted (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
Adopted (H)
HR56
FORTIETH ANNIVERSARY OF THE DEDICATION OF THE SHRINE OF ST PATRICK (LR# 1100- 01)
HR 0056
Adopted (H)
HR57
REVEREND A. L. JOHNSON RETIRING AS SENIOR PASTOR OF ZION GROVE MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHURCH (LR# 1100- 01)
HR 0057
Adopted (H)
HR58
ANNA J PIERCE CELEBRATING HER ONE HUNDREDTH BIRTHDAY (LR# 0000- 00)
HR 0058
Adopted (H)
HR59
IN MEMORY OF IRMA FINGER (LR# 0000- 00)
HR 0059
Adopted (H)
HR60
RETIREMENT OF OFFICER ROLAND T GODI (LR# 0424- 02)
HR 0060
Adopted (H)
HR61
TERRI EMS 1996 CITIZEN OF THE YEAR (LR# 0424- 02)
HR 0061
Adopted (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
Adopted (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
Adopted (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
Adopted (H)
HR65
DOUGLAS RAY MYERS RECIPIENT OF THE EAGLE SCOUT AWARD (LR# 1065- 01)
HR 0065
Adopted (H)
HR66
CHRISTOPHER PAUL REYNOLDS RECIPIENT OF THE EAGLE SCOUT AWARD (LR# 1065- 01)
HR 0066
Adopted (H)
HR67
CAROL DWIGHT WALKER, III, RECIPIENT OF THE EAGLE SCOUT AWARD (LR# 1065- 01)
HR 0067
Adopted (H)
HR68
ROBERT EMMETT MYERS LEAVING AS PROGRAM DIRECTOR AND STATE LAND SURVEYOR FOR THE DEPT OF NATURAL RESOURCES (LR# 1065- 01)
HR 0068
Adopted (H)
HR70
MR AND MRS HAROLD SINGLETON CELEBRATING THEIR SEVENTY FIRST ANNIVERSARY (LR# 0000- 00)
HR 0070
Adopted (H)
HR71
HAROLD COLE ON HIS RETIREMENT (LR# 0000- 00)
HR 0071
Adopted (H)
HR72
MR AND MRS JACK SMARR CELEBRATING THEIR FIFTIETH ANNIVERSARY (LR# 0193- 04)
HR 0072
Adopted (H)
HR73
IN MEMORY OF HAROLD HENRY HESTER, JR (LR# 0000- 00)
HR 0073
Adopted (H)
HR74
MARY ANN MCGIVERN FOR HER SERVICE TO THE ST LOUIS ECONOMIC CONVERSION PROJECT (LR# 0000- 00)
HR 0074
Adopted (H)
HR75
LAURA WAGNER COMMEMORATING HER ONE HUNDRED THIRD BIRTHDAY (LR# 0000- 00)
HR 0075
Adopted (H)
HR76
MARILYN EVERS ON HER NEW POSITION (LR# 0000- 00)
HR 0076
Adopted (H)
HR77
WILLIAM WEBER CHOSEN 1996 CITIZEN OF THE YEAR (LR# 0749- 01)
HR 0077
Adopted (H)
HR78
TOM CRONAN FOR HIS SERVIE TO THE COMMUNITY OF ST CHARLES (LR# 0749- 01)
HR 0078
Adopted (H)
HR79
PENNY PITMAN FOR HER SERVICE TO THE COMMUNITY OF ST CHARLES (LR# 0749- 01)
HR 0079
Adopted (H)
HR80
JOE DAUES FOR HIS SERVICE TO THE COMMUNITY OF ST CHARLES (LR# 0749- 01)
HR 0080
Adopted (H)
HR81
MR AND MRS BUSTER COLLINS COMMEMORATING THEIR FIFTIETH ANNIVERSARY (LR# 0749- 01)
HR 0081
Adopted (H)
HR82
BOB PALMER ON HIS RETIREMENT (LR# 0749- 01)
HR 0082
Adopted (H)
HR83
CAPTAIN JOHN ROSENTHAL ON HIS RETIREMENT (LR# 0446- 02)
HR 0083
Adopted (H)
HR84
DAVID TATUM ON HIS RETIREMENT (LR# 0000- 00)
HR 0084
Offered (H)
Referred: Miscellaneous Bills and Resolutions (H)
HR85
NOLAN MCNEILL ON HIS RETIREMENT (LR# 0000- 00)
HR 0085
Offered (H)
Referred: Miscellaneous Bills and Resolutions (H)
HR86
JORJA HOEHN, CELEBRATED COACH OF CENTRAL MISSOURI STATE UNIVERSITY WOMEN'S BASKETBALL TEAM FOR MANY YEARS, WILL BE INDUCTED INTO CMSU'S ATHLETIC HALL OF FAME (LR# 0000- 00)
HR 0086
Referred: Miscellaneous Bills and Resolutions (H)
HR87
MILLIE BARNES, CELEBRATED COACH OF THE CENTRAL MISSOURI STATE UNIVERSITY WOMEN'S BASKETBALL TEAM FOR MANY YEARS, WILL BE FORMALLY INDUCTED INTO CMSU'S ATHLETIC HALL OF FAME (LR# 0000- 00)
HR 0087
Referred: Miscellaneous Bills and Resolutions (H)
HR88
CAROLYN PHELPS SELECTED FOR THE CITIZEN OF THE YEAR BY THE CARTHAGE CHAMBER OF COMMERCE (LR# 0000- 00)
HR 0088
Referred: Miscellaneous Bills and Resolutions (H)
HR89
RETIREMENT OF JERRY BURRIS (LR# 0000- 00)
HR 0089
Referred: Miscellaneous Bills and Resolutions (H)
HR90
MR. AND MRS. THOMAS G. BOWMAN'S FORTIETH WEDDING ANNIVERSARY (LR# 0000- 00)
HR 0090
Referred: Miscellaneous Bills and Resolutions (H)
HR91
GEOFFREY A. DUSTMAN BOY SCOUTS (LR# 0000- 00)
HR 0091
Referred: Miscellaneous Bills and Resolutions (H)
HR92
RYAN H. GEHRING BOY SCOUTS (LR# 0000- 00)
HR 0092
Referred: Miscellaneous Bills and Resolutions (H)
HR93
RUSSELL N. PUGH BOY SCOUTS (LR# 0000- 00)
HR 0093
Referred: Miscellaneous Bills and Resolutions (H)
HR94
MICHAEL E. DUSTMAN BOY SCOUTS (LR# 0000- 00)
HR 0094
Referred: Miscellaneous Bills and Resolutions (H)
HR95
TRAVIS R. HARGRAVE BOY SCOUTS (LR# 0000- 00)
HR 0095
Referred: Miscellaneous Bills and Resolutions (H)
HR96
JUSTIN PRATHER BOY SCOUTS (LR# 0000- 00)
HR 0096
Referred: Miscellaneous Bills and Resolutions (H)
HR97
PAT PIERCE 1996 BUSINESS PERSON OF THE YEAR (LR# 0000- 00)
HR 0097
Referred: Miscellaneous Bills and Resolutions (H)
HR98
NEIL S. EWING AND ANN E. EWING 1996 CITIZENS OF THE YEAR (LR# 0000- 00)
HR 0098
Referred: Miscellaneous Bills and Resolutions (H)
HR99
ANGIE DURASKI 1996 JACK GEDERS VOLUNTEER OF THE YEAR AWARD (LR# 0000- 00)
HR 0099
Referred: Miscellaneous Bills and Resolutions (H)
SCR3
COMPENSATION OF ELECTED OFFICIALS (LR# 0976- 01)
SCR0003
SEE COMMENTS
PLACED BACK ON RESOLUTIONS CALENDAR
SA 1 TO SSA 1 FOR SA 1, SSA 1 FOR SA 1 AS
AMENDED, SA 1 TO SA 2 ADOPTED

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