99th General Assembly, 2nd Regular Session - 2018
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Subcommittee on Appropriations - Public Safety, Corrections, Transportation, and Revenue
Special Committee on Innovation and Technology
MO House of Representatives
201 West Capitol Avenue
Jefferson City MO 65101
Rep. Charlie Davis
1624 Lakeview Dr.
Webb City MO 64870
Rep. Charlie Davis
Rep. Charles E. Davis, a Republican, represents parts of Jasper and Newton counties (District 162) in the Missouri House of Representatives. He was elected to his first two-year term in November 2010.
In addition to his legislative duties, Rep. Davis is a business owner. He previously served for six years in the United States Navy as an aviation electronics technician.
Rep. Davis is a member of the Crossroads Baptist Church in Carthage, Missouri.
Rep. Davis is a 1983 graduate of Karlsruhe American High School in Karlsruhe, Germany.
Born July 18, 1965 in Fayetteville, NC, Rep. Davis currently resides in Webb City with his wife, Laura. They have three children, Jennifer, Timothy and Robert.
Exempts trucks participating in a connected vehicle technology program from certain provisions relating to following distances
Establishes the Password Privacy Protection Act
Changes the laws regarding tax refunds so that certain senior citizen taxpayers may file a refund claim within five years instead of three years
Allows cottage food production operations to sell food over the internet
Changes the law regarding preference given to disabled veterans with state and political subdivision contracts.
Modifies provisions of the Missouri military code by changing the name of the "Missouri reserve military force" to the "Missouri state defense force"
Changes the laws regarding real property assessments to require presumptions in favor of the property owner in valuation hearings
Changes the laws regarding low-income housing tax credit to give priority to veterans
Increases municipal court costs from $12 to $17.50
Authorizes a tax deduction for firefighters who complete training during the year
Changes the laws regarding unsecured loans of $750 or less, commonly known as payday loans
Modifies provisions relating to the housing of a convicted sex offender in a homeless shelter that was in existence prior to a school or child care facility being built within 1000 feet of it