94th General Assembly, 1st Regular Session
Past Activity Registers
For Actions Recorded on: January 03, 2007

BillSponsorCoSponsorBill String
 Bill Information
HB26Cunningham, JaneNolte, JerryHB 26
 0454L.02I - Expands the No-Call List to include cell phone and fax numbers of residential subscribers and prohibits the use of automatic dialing announcing devices for noncommercial or political purposes
HB27Cunningham, JaneHB 27
 0206L.01I - Removes the requirement that a person must have received at least a 10-day jail sentence on a prior offense before a third or subsequent misdemeanor stealing offense can be enhanced to a felony
HB28Cunningham, JaneHCS#2 HB 28
 0388L.03T - Allows common carriers of household goods to request rate adjustments from the Highways and Transportation Commission and repeals the exemption for household carriers under Chapter 390, RSMo
HB29Cunningham, JaneHB 29
 0412L.01I - Changes the terms of service for members of the governing council of the St. Louis Special School District
HB30Cunningham, JaneHB 30
 0413L.01I - Prohibits public schools from joining certain statewide activities associations
HB31Cunningham, JaneHB 31
 0387L.01I - Requires businesses in areas taken by eminent domain to reimburse the persons displaced from those areas
HB32Cunningham, JaneHB 32
 0378L.01I - Requires residences and commercial businesses to display street addresses in a clearly visible and readable manner
HB33Cunningham, JaneHB 33
 0411L.01I - Requires governing boards at public colleges and universities, community college districts, and school districts to take roll-call votes on school policy matters
HB34Cunningham, JaneHB 34
 0380L.01I - Authorizes a sales tax exemption for certain fees and dues paid to health and fitness centers
HB35Cunningham, JaneHB 35
 0414L.01I - Requires school districts to allow parents the opportunity to withhold permission for a child to join school-sponsored clubs or participate in extracurricular activities
HB36Cunningham, JaneHB 36
 0379L.01I - Changes from two to five years the cycle for determining the assessed valuation of real property for the purpose of real property taxation and limits assessment increases
HB37Whorton, JimDay, DavidHB 37
 0231L.02I - Prohibits automated telephone solicitations relating to political campaigns to individuals on the No-Call List
HB38Cunningham, JaneHB 38
 0409L.01I - Establishes procedures for the evaluation of credits for students transferring into an accredited public school district from an unaccredited public or nonpublic school or home school
HB39Portwood, CharlesLembke, JimSCS HCS HB 39
 0458S.07C - Establishes the eligibility requirements of an employed disabled person requesting medical assistance under the federal Ticket to Work and Work Incentives Improvement Act of 1999
HB40Portwood, CharlesLembke, JimHCS HB 40, 116 & 367
 0478L.02P - Changes the laws regarding the long-term care insurance tax deduction and establishes the Missouri Long-term Care Partnership Act
HB41Portwood, CharlesSCS HB 41
 0487S.02T - Changes the laws regarding law enforcement
HB42Portwood, CharlesSCS HB 42
 0488S.03C - Repeals the requirements that the St. Louis Board of Police Commissioners establish the Bertillon system of identification of criminals and employ assistance to conduct and manage the department
HB43Smith, JoeHB 43
 0337L.01I - Authorizes certain licensed wine manufacturers who allow consumption of wine on their premises to open on Sundays at 9:00 a.m.
HB44Smith, JoeHB 44
 0423L.02I - Changes the laws regarding the tasting of liquor
HB45Smith, JoeHB 45
 0424L.02I - Allows persons licensed to sell liquor by the drink to be open on Sundays during certain sporting events
HB46Viebrock, JamesStevenson, BryanHB 46
 0406L.01P - Changes the laws regarding the impoundment of an animal suspected of being neglected or abused
HB47Bringer, RachelWitte, TerryHB 47
 0252L.01I - Prohibits automated telephone solicitations for political campaigns to individuals on the No-Call List
HB48Harris, JeffLeVota, PaulHB 48
 0420L.01I - Authorizes an income tax deduction for tuition paid to a Missouri public institution of higher education
HB49Sater, DavidHB 49
 0121L.01I - Authorizes a physician assistant or an advanced practice nurse to prescribe a schedule V controlled substance under a collaborative practice agreement
HB50Sater, DavidHB 50
 0080L.01I - Allows courts to consider the opinions and recommendations by a professional or member of the clergy in child custody proceedings
HB51Sater, DavidHB 51
 0120L.01I - Changes the laws regarding orders of protection
HB52Sater, DavidHB 52
 0049L.01I - Adds motorcycles to the provisions of the Lemon Law
HB53Sater, DavidHB 53
 0089L.01I - Authorizes an individual income tax deduction for the purchase of hybrid motor vehicles
HB54Sater, DavidHB 54
 0079L.01I - Requires prompt processing of Missouri Medicaid Program subrogation claims and requires third-party payers to provide certain information to the Division of Medical Services
HB55Sater, DavidHB 55
 0078L.01I - Creates the Healthcare Technology Fund and the Missouri Healthcare Technology Commission
HB56Sater, DavidDay, DavidHB 56
 0190L.01T - Designates a memorial bridge and several memorial highways
HB57Sater, DavidWells, DonHB 57
 0183L.01I - Allows villages to cancel an election if there will be no competition between candidates because the number of candidates who file for the position is equivalent to the number of persons who may serve
HB58Sater, DavidRobb, EdHB 58
 0184L.01I - Increases the filing fee for a candidate for county office from $50 to $100
HB59Sater, DavidDay, DavidHB 59
 0181L.02I - Requires the State Highway Patrol to create, maintain, and make available for public inquiry on the Internet a registry of persons convicted of methamphetamine offenses
HB60Ruestman, MarilynWood, DennisHB 60
 0343L.01I - Changes the laws regarding the defensive use of force
HB61Ruestman, MarilynDay, DavidHB 61
 0341L.01I - Exempts work done on a school in a noncharter county from the prevailing hourly wage requirement if approved by the school board
HB62Ruestman, MarilynDay, DavidHB 62
 0342L.01T - Designates the Department of Agriculture's building at 1616 Missouri Boulevard in Jefferson City as the "George Washington Carver Building"
HB63Davis, CynthiaRuestman, MarilynHB 63
 0448L.02I - Revises the requirements for course materials and instruction in public schools relating to contraception and sexually transmitted diseases
HB64Davis, CynthiaYates, BrianHB 64
 0446L.01I - Prohibits any classroom instruction in public schools on days of a general, municipal, or special election
HB65Davis, CynthiaRuestman, MarilynHB 65
 0450L.01I - Authorizes a real property tax credit for certain educational expenses
HB66Davis, CynthiaRuestman, MarilynHB 66
 0512L.01I - Revises the definition of "free health clinic" as it relates to the State Legal Expense Fund
HB67Viebrock, JamesHB 67
 0407L.01I - Makes the use of a wireless electronic recording device in a polling place an election offense
HB68Cunningham, MikeHB 68
 0349L.01I - Requires state agencies, public schools and colleges, and political subdivisions to use the traditional names of holidays
HB69Day, DavidSS SCS HB 69
 0086S.09F - Specifies that in Pulaski County, for the purpose of collecting a transient guest tax, the term "transient guest" means a person who occupies a hotel room for 90 days or less during a calendar quarter
HB70Day, DavidPearce, DavidHB 70
 0073L.01P - Exempts high school students transferring into the state from the requirement to pass certain government and constitution courses if they document that they completed the requirement in another state
HB71Baker, JudyMeadows, TimHB 71
 0088L.01I - Requires all entities which ship radioactive waste through or within the state to be assessed a fee
HB72Baker, JudyPage, SamHB 72
 0076L.01I - Increases the resource limit for eligibility for medical assistance
HB73Young, TerryYates, BrianHB 73
 0182L.01I - Requires that only one license plate instead of two be displayed on all motor vehicles
HB74Wilson, LarryFisher, BarneyHCS HB 74
 0338L.02P - Allows rural empowerment zones to exist in any county with 16,000 or fewer residents
HB75Sutherland, MikeHB 75
 0564L.01T - Authorizes the Director of the Department of Natural Resources to enter into agreements with private, not-for-profit organizations to provide services for state parks
HB76Smith, JoeMoore, DanieHB 76
 0215L.01I - Authorizes an income tax credit for donations to seriously injured veterans of the Global War on Terrorism or to the veteran's family
HB77Schaaf, RobHB 77
 0554L.01I - Requires the Director of the Department of Insurance, Financial Institutions, and Professional Registration to establish by rule uniform insurance application forms
HB78Davis, CynthiaHB 78
 0631L.01I - Prohibits automated telephone solicitations relating to political campaigns to individuals on the No-Call List
HB79Loehner, TomDay, DavidHB 79
 0453L.01I - Prohibits automated telephone solicitations for noncommercial and political purposes to individuals on the No-Call List
HB80Loehner, TomHB 80
 0091L.01I - Repeals the law which allows a boat owner to register with the United States Coast Guard to be eligible for the in-lieu watercraft tax with the exception of barge and tugboat owners
HB81Loehner, TomHB 81
 0465L.01I - Allows for on and off the premises tasting of liquor
HB82Kraus, WillYates, BrianHB 82
 0568L.01I - Changes the laws regarding the mitigation of damages when the plaintiff was not wearing a safety belt
HB83Kraus, WillMcGhee, MikeHB 83
 0569L.01I - Authorizes judges to order defendants who have pled guilty to or been found guilty of felony offenses to pay expenses related to the cost of the prosecution
HB84Kraus, WillHB 84
 0570L.01I - Changes the age for juvenile court jurisdiction from younger than 15 and one-half years of age to younger than 15 for non-felony traffic ordinance violations
HB85Kraus, WillSmith, JoeHCS#2 HB 85
 0571L.07C - Prohibits the employment of an unauthorized alien in Missouri
HB86Kraus, WillMuschany, T.HB 86
 0572L.01I - Designates the third week in September as "Parent and Family Involvement in Education Week"
HB87Kraus, WillDusenberg, GaryHB 87
 0573L.01I - Creates the Needy Persons Fund
HB88St. Onge, NealParson, MikeHB 88
 0178L.01I - Authorizes the Highways and Transportation Commission to receive electronic bids and bid bonds for highway and bridge contracts
HB89St. Onge, NealNance, BobHB 89
 0177L.01I - Establishes travel safe zones with enhanced penalties and fines for violations that occur in these zones where there have been an unusual high number of fatal or disabling crashes
HB90St. Onge, NealPage, SamHCS HB 90
 0272L.02C - Requires all drivers and passengers in cars or trucks to wear a seat belt with certain exceptions
HB92Pollock, DarrellHB 92
 0471L.01I - Creates the crime of endangering the welfare of an unborn child and allows for physician referral and documentation to be used in criminal prosecutions
HB93Casey, RonRoorda, JeffHB 93
 0418L.01I - Authorizes a procedure by which the existing boundaries of library subdistricts may be expanded and the existing subdistrict tax rate imposed
HB94Sater, DavidWeter, RayHB 94
 0275L.01I - Prohibits the use, sale, transfer, or licensing of certain prescriptive information by certain entities for commercial purposes
HB95Sater, DavidScharnhorst, DwightHCS HB 95
 0421L.05C - Changes the laws regarding Missouri Medicaid Program payments and establishes a health insurance premium assistance program
HB96Sater, DavidHB 96
 0333L.01I - Requires the state veterinarian to accompany law enforcement when executing a court order against an animal facility
HB97Yates, BrianKraus, WillHB 97
 0696L.01I - Prohibits automated telephone solicitations relating to political campaigns to individuals on the No-Call List
HB98Parson, MikeHCS HB 98
 0486L.02T - Authorizes each area agency on aging to establish a volunteer program for the transportation of the elderly to scheduled, health care-related appointments
HB99Parson, MikeHB 99
 0470L.01I - Changes the laws regarding salvage motor vehicles
HB100Ruestman, MarilynSchoeller, ShaneHB 100
 0340L.01I - Authorizes an income tax credit for volunteer firefighters
HB101Wildberger, EdHarris, BelindaHB 101
 0484L.01I - Prohibits the use of automatic dialing announcing devices unless certain requirements are met
HB102Wildberger, EdHarris, BelindaHB 102
 0485L.01I - Expands the No-Call List to include cell phone numbers, prohibits sending unsolicited faxes and text messages, and prohibits using automatic dialing announcing devices in certain situations
HB103Portwood, CharlesAvery, JimHB 103
 0651L.01I - Establishes additional tax increment financing guidelines
HB104Meiners, KateYoung, TerryHCS HB 104
 0285L.02P - Specifies that the purchase price for calculating the sales tax of a motor vehicle excludes the cost to modify the vehicle for use by an individual with a disability
HB105Meiners, KateWildberger, EdHB 105
 0466L.01I - Requires that all gasoline and diesel fuel sold at retail be measured by the temperature-adjusted gallon
HB106Meiners, KateHB 106
 0282L.01I - Establishes a tuition and fee waiver program for incoming Missouri resident college freshmen who have been in foster or residential care
HB107Meiners, KateHB 107
 0281L.01I - Establishes the Unsolicited Loan Consumer Protection Act which prohibits creditors from sending unsolicited checks or other negotiable instruments to consumers
HB108Meiners, KateHB 108
 0284L.01I - Allows for the extension of foster care to a child's twenty-first birthday to allow the child to participate in or finish a high school or vocational program
HB109Bringer, RachelQuinn, PaulHB 109
 0253L.01I - Allows Monroe City R-II School District which crosses county boundaries to use the county that yields the highest dollar value modifier under the school foundation formula
HB110Flook, TimPage, SamHB 110
 0417L.01I - Imposes a surcharge on moving traffic violations and creates the School Bus Safety Assistance Fund to assist schools in obtaining buses with seat belts
HB111Cunningham, MikeHCS HB 111
 0830L.02C - Establishes a scholarship program for the survivors of veterans killed or injured in action after September 11, 2001
HB112Pearce, DavidStevenson, BryanHCS HB 112,26,37,78,79 & 154
 0255L.10C - Expands the No-call List to include cell phone numbers, prohibits sending unsolicited faxes and text messages, and prohibits using automatic dialing announcing devices in certain situations
HB113Threlkeld, KevinHB 113
 0548L.01I - Creates the crime of leaving a child unattended in a motor vehicle in the third degree
HB114Pollock, DarrellHB 114
 0740L.01I - Increases the penalty for commercial drivers who are convicted of operating a commercial motor vehicle under the influence of alcohol or drugs from a class B to a class A misdemeanor
HB115Denison, CharlieMcGhee, MikeHB 115
 0250L.01I - Increases the penalty for the crime of institutional vandalism when a person vandalizes any cemetery
HB116Denison, CharlieSchaaf, RobHB 116
 0116L.01I - Allows Missouri residents to deduct from their taxable income 100% of all non-reimbursed amounts paid for long-term care insurance premiums
HB117Wasson, JayHB 117
 0700L.01I - Authorizes the Missouri Board of Architects, Professional Engineers, Professional Land Surveyors, and Landscape Architects to impose civil penalties upon persons practicing these professions without a license
HB118Schaaf, RobHB 118
 0459L.01I - Specifies the situations in which the Civil Air Patrol may be activated, which missions are federal or state, and who pays for the missions
HB119Bruns, MarkRichard, RonHB 119
 0054L.01I - Adds housing authorities to the definition of "state agency" for purposes of income tax offsets
HB120Pearce, DavidHB 120
 0770L.01I - Changes the laws regarding sexually oriented billboards
HB121Nance, BobNolte, JerryHCS HB 121
 0703L.02C - Limits the liability of the state regarding tort claims involving motor vehicles and dangerous conditions
HB122Nance, BobHCS HB 122
 0704L.02P - Reduces the amount of excess revenues generated by fines for moving traffic violations that municipalities must send to the Department of Revenue
HB123Nance, BobNolte, JerryHB 123
 0706L.01I - Increases the limit in small claims court from $3,000 to $5,000
HB124Nance, BobHCS HB 124
 0705L.02C - Changes the laws regarding commercial zones
HB125Franz, WardSS SCS HB 125
 0712S.04F - Allows first classification counties without a charter form of government and second classification counties to collect property taxes using electronic records and disbursements
HB126Franz, WardHB 126
 0711L.02I - Revises the salary schedules of certain county officials
HB127Cooper, ShannonHB 127
 0723L.01I - Authorizes an exemption from sales tax for purchases made for fulfilling United States government contracts
HB128Cooper, ShannonHB 128
 0724L.01I - Authorizes an exemption from sales tax for television and radio broadcasting equipment
HB129Cooper, ShannonHB 129
 0725L.01I - Changes the way corporate net operating losses are calculated and removes the restriction for specific depreciation deductions
HB130Cooper, ShannonHB 130
 0715L.01I - Authorizes an exemption from sales tax for purchases and leases of tangible personal property by local governments for industrial development
HB131Cooper, ShannonHCS HB 131
 0716L.02P - Changes the laws regarding state and local sales taxes, property taxes, and motor fuel taxes
HB132Robb, EdMoore, DanieHB 132
 0347L.01I - Changes the fee for the State Auditor to register bonds
HB133Moore, DanieDusenberg, GaryHB 133
 0278L.01I - Allows a full $6,000 pension deduction from state income tax for taxpayers when they reach the age of 65 regardless of income
HB134Guest, JimEmery, EdSS HB 134
 0707S.05T - Extends the expiration date for equipment grants for engineering programs at the University of Missouri to June 30, 2017
HB135Pearce, DavidSCS HCS HB 135
 0633S.04C - Changes the laws regarding military facilities and personnel
HB136Nolte, JerryRuestman, MarilynHB 136
 0692L.01I - Prohibits the use or possession of an alcohol beverage vaporizer
HB137Salva, RayWildberger, EdHB 137
 0361L.01I - Authorizes a motor fuel tax exemption for motor fuel sold to marinas that is used by watercraft operated on Missouri waterways
HB138Salva, RayWildberger, EdHB 138
 0360L.01I - Requires all voting systems and machines used in elections after January 1, 2008, to record the voter's choices on a paper ballot
HB139Salva, RayWildberger, EdHB 139
 0377L.01I - Removes the mechanisms for adjusting public utility surcharges outside of a general rate proceeding
HB140Salva, RayWildberger, EdHB 140
 0371L.01I - Prohibits insurers from using a person's credit report or credit scoring when underwriting an insurance contract
HB141Salva, RayWildberger, EdHB 141
 0373L.01I - Requires the recorder of deeds to remove a notice of pendency of a suit affecting specific property from the real estate records if the suit is not filed within 60 days of the notice filing
HB142Salva, RayWildberger, EdHB 142
 0374L.01I - Makes it a crime for an uninsured motorist involved in an accident to fail to pay restitution for the other person's insurance deductibles and requires license suspension until payment is made
HB143Salva, RayWildberger, EdHB 143
 0376L.01I - Requires any private entity licensed to operate a hydroelectric project at the Lake Ozarks that charges a boat dock fee based on square footage to subtract the square footage of the slips of the dock
HB144Salva, RayWildberger, EdHB 144
 0372L.01I - Specifies that any new vessel, including boats and watercraft, sold after January 1, 2008, will be treated the same as a new motor vehicle under the provisions of the Lemon Law
HB145Salva, RayWildberger, EdHB 145
 0476L.01I - Allows for the formation of multi-jurisdictional enforcement groups for the purpose of intensive enforcement of traffic laws
HB146Salva, RayWildberger, EdHB 146
 0366L.01I - Prohibits public and private higher education institutions from using state funds on exchange programs for students from terrorist states as designated by the United States Department of State
HB147Salva, RayWildberger, EdHB 147
 0363L.01I - Exempts fuel sold to school districts from the motor fuel tax when the bus is driven to transport students for educational purposes
HB148Salva, RayWildberger, EdHB 148
 0370L.01I - Increases the amount of retirement income that can be deducted from income tax from $6,000 to $12,000 and adds disability allowances
HB149Salva, RayWildberger, EdHB 149
 0381L.01I - Authorizes an income tax deduction for health insurance premiums not already deducted on the taxpayer's state or federal tax returns
HB151Chappelle-Nadal, MariaOxford, Jeanette MottHB 151
 0754L.01I - Requires, subject to appropriation, an expansion of the variety of kosher foods approved under the Special Supplemental Nutrition Program for Women, Infants, and Children
HB152Chappelle-Nadal, MariaOxford, Jeanette MottHB 152
 0745L.01I - Establishes additional protections to prevent workplace violence
HB153Swinger, TerryKuessner, J CHB 153
 0052L.01I - Requires an applicant's date of birth on an application for a marriage license
HB154Swinger, TerryKuessner, J CHB 154
 0260L.01I - Prohibits automated telephone solicitations for political campaigns to individuals on the No-Call List
HB155Dusenberg, GaryDay, DavidHB 155
 0339L.02P - Requires only operators or riders of motorcycles and motortricycles who are younger than 21 years of age to wear protective headgear
HB156Talboy, MikeHB 156
 0646L.01I - Requires pharmacies to dispense all valid, lawful prescriptions for contraceptives without delay
HB157Talboy, MikeHB 157
 0667L.01I - Changes the laws regarding the crime of animal neglect
HB158Deeken, BillDixon, BobHB 158
 0469L.01I - Requires election costs for primary and general elections to be paid by the state
HB159Bivins, WaltWhorton, JimSCS HCS HB 159
 0717S.04C - Changes the requirements for registering reservoirs, dams, and lagoons and obtaining operating and construction permits for these structures
HB160Bivins, WaltHB 160
 0221L.01I - Changes the laws regarding notice of property valuation increases
HB161Bivins, WaltHB 161
 0402L.01I - Authorizes the Board of Fund Commissioners, in addition to amounts authorized prior to August 28, 2008, to issue $20 million in bonds for grants and loans for storm water control in certain areas
HB162Bivins, WaltSmith, JoeHB 162
 0403L.01I - Requires board members of ambulance districts and fire protection districts to complete educational training regarding their duties
HB163Bivins, WaltSater, DavidHB 163
 0345L.01I - Changes the laws regarding strategic litigation against public participation
HB164Weter, RayRobb, EdHB 164
 0209L.01I - Voids any deed restriction requiring the use of a wood shingle roof on residential property
HB165Cooper, ShannonSCS HCS HB 165
 0613S.05C - Establishes the 2007 Municipal Telecommunications Business License Tax Simplification Act
HB166Hoskins, TheodoreHB 166
 0659L.01P - Requires write-in candidates to meet state and municipal tax requirements and filing deadlines in order to file a declaration of intent
HB167Hoskins, TheodoreHB 167
 0657L.01I - Requires that only one license plate be issued for all motor vehicles, except those with personalized plates, instead of the current two plates
HB168Hoskins, TheodoreHB 168
 0658L.01I - Authorizes an income tax credit for resident taxpayers who are 65 years of age or older with an adjusted gross income of $9,570 or less
HB170Cooper, NathanHB 170
 0773L.01I - Imposes a minimum term of imprisonment for offenders who have pled guilty or been found guilty of a crime of violence against a child or an elderly person
HB171Cooper, NathanHB 171
 0774L.01I - Creates new civil actions for victims of identity theft
HB172Cooper, NathanHB 172
 0771L.01I - Authorizes an income tax exemption for any Social Security benefits received, regardless of age
HB173Cooper, NathanHB 173
 0772L.01I - Authorizes an income tax exemption for military retirement benefits
HB174Smith, JoeHB 174
 0855L.01I - Allows liquor licensees who sell liquor at retail by the drink to apply for a license to sell on Sundays
HB175Dusenberg, GaryKraus, WillHB 175
 0609L.01I - Requires the Department of Revenue to put a unique code or identifier on the driver's license, nondriver's license, or driver's permit of anyone who is required to register as a sex offender
HB176Dusenberg, GaryFisher, BarneyHB 176
 0612L.01I - Authorizes an individual income tax credit for real property taxes paid by surviving spouses of certain public safety officers
HB177Dusenberg, GaryRuestman, MarilynHB 177
 0610L.01I - Creates the crime of displaying or possessing a fictitious or altered license plate, temporary license plate, tab, or renewal tab
HB178Dusenberg, GaryWells, DonHB 178
 0608L.01I - Requires excursion gambling boats to deposit money from jackpots won by gamblers who have voluntarily excluded themselves from gambling boats into the Compulsive Gamblers Fund
HB179Day, DavidFisher, BarneyHB 179
 0778L.01I - Changes the distribution of money in the Gaming Commission Fund
HB180Day, DavidSater, DavidHCS HB 180, 396 & 615
 0452L.02C - Allows police or sheriffs' departments to sell or trade certain confiscated firearms to a licensed firearms dealer and exempts federal flight deck officers from the crime of unlawful use of weapons
HB181Sander, ThereseWalton, JuanitaHCS HB 181
 0390L.03T - Requires the captioning of electronic video instructional materials
HB182Bruns, MarkSater, DavidHCS HB 182
 0578L.02T - Establishes the Outside the Hospital Do-Not-Resuscitate Act to permit the execution of do-not-resuscitate orders for use by emergency medical providers for patients receiving treatment outside a hospital
HB183Liese, AlbertHarris, JeffHB 183
 0292L.01I - Allows any person who served in Afghanistan in Operation Enduring Freedom to receive a special license plate designated "Afghanistan Campaign"
HB184Dempsey, TomYates, BrianHCS HB 184
 0384L.03T - Establishes the Children's Services Protection Act requiring that community children's services funds be reimbursed for the sales tax revenue diverted to certain tax increment financing projects
HB185Harris, BelindaSander, ThereseHB 185
 0842L.01I - Changes the laws regarding environmental controls and plasma arc technology
HB186Portwood, CharlesLembke, JimHB 186
 0841L.01I - Creates the Personal Property Tax Relief Fund and phases out the personal property tax on motor vehicles if taxes were paid timely and funds are appropriated
HB187Salva, RayWildberger, EdHB 187
 0364L.01I - Exempts veterans' organizations from the two-tenths of one cent tax on each bingo card sold
HB188Salva, RayWildberger, EdHB 188
 0365L.01I - Exempts veterans' organizations from paying the 2% tax on the gross receipts for each bingo pull-tab card sold
HB189Jones, KennySchad, RodneyHCS HB 189 & 60
 0562L.02P - Creates a presumption in certain circumstances that a person using deadly force has a reasonable fear of death or harm and allows that person immunity in certain circumstances for use of defensive force
HB190Jones, KennySchad, RodneyHB 190
 0575L.01I - Authorizes an advanced practice nurse to prescribe a controlled substance listed in Schedule II, III, IV, or V under a collaborative practice agreement
HB191Jones, KennySchad, RodneyHB 191
 0563L.01I - Prohibits the use of automatic dialing announcing devices unless certain requirements are met
HB192Franz, WardHCS HB 192
 0946L.02C - Creates the Guardian Ad Litem Fund for the purpose of compensating court-appointed guardians ad litem
HB193Threlkeld, KevinFrame, MichaelHB 193
 0293L.01I - Allows Franklin County to establish a county municipal court
HB194Guest, JimHB 194
 0708L.01I - Establishes the Wholesale Water and Sewer Authority Act which allows for the creation of a wholesale water and sewer authority as a political subdivision of the state
HB195Dusenberg, GaryBaker, BrianHB 195
 0769L.01I - Authorizes the State Highway Patrol to investigate any suspected violations of criminal law by the Missouri Gaming Commission
HB196Dusenberg, GaryDay, DavidHB 196
 0760L.01I - Allows school boards to commission certified law enforcement officers to stop, detain, and arrest persons for local violations and certain crimes committed on school premises, at school activities, or on buses
HB197Threlkeld, KevinHB 197
 0910L.01I - Specifies that the court, and not the garnishee, will be responsible for determining whether a debtor is the head of a family and a resident of this state
HB198Darrough, BruceLeVota, PaulHB 198
 0900L.01I - Prohibits commercial inserts or other forms of advertising from accompanying motor vehicle registration renewal notices
HB199Cunningham, MikeHB 199
 0931L.01I - Requires the cities of Rogersville and Springfield to abide by the terms of the November 15, 2005, settlement agreement relating to involuntary annexation of certain real property
HB200Franz, WardHB 200
 0884L.01I - Exempts church buses from the laws relating to child restraints for school buses
HB201Franz, WardHB 201
 0988L.01I - Adds Nubain to the list of Schedule IV controlled substances
HB202Franz, WardFlook, TimHB 202
 1028L.01I - Changes the laws regarding compensation of juvenile officers
HB203Deeken, BillDusenberg, GaryHB 203
 0958L.01I - Modifies the eligibility requirements for the Metabolic Formula Distribution Program
HB204Whorton, JimJohnson, ConnieHB 204
 0621L.01I - Allows any resident of a nursing home who receives Missouri Medicaid Program benefits to retain not less than $50 per month for discretionary spending
HB205Marsh, B JWallace, MaynardSS HB 205
 0859S.02T - Changes the laws regarding sales and transient guest taxes; the expiration date of theTourism Supplemental Revenue Fund; and the establishment of theater, cultural arts, and entertainment districts
HB206Frame, MichaelKomo, SamHB 206
 0835L.01I - Requires a railroad stop in the City of Pacific
HB207Franz, WardHB 207
 0947L.01I - Allows counties and sheriffs to establish restorative justice programs
HB208Schaaf, RobCooper, RobertHB 208
 0551L.01I - Establishes the Medical Imaging and Radiation Therapy Quality Assurance Act of 2007 and requires credentialing of sonographers and vascular technologists
HB209Schaaf, RobCooper, RobertHB 209
 0460L.01I - Changes the laws relating to collaborative practice privileges for certain medical students and the laws relating to physician assistant licenses
HB210Robb, EdStorch, RachelHB 210
 0726L.01I - Authorizes a tax credit for qualified equity investments and allows the state to recapture credits in certain circumstances
HB211Jones, KennyHCS HB 211
 0934L.02C - Allows the Director of the Department of Public Safety to establish rules for the Peace Officers Standards and Training (POST) Program
HB212Schaaf, RobPage, SamHB 212
 0851L.01I - Allows enrollees to pay the lower of the copayment assigned by the health maintenance organization or health insurer or the usual and customary retail price of the prescription drug
HB213Cunningham, JaneRuestman, MarilynSCS HB 213
 0462S.09C - Establishes the Emily Brooker Intellectual Diversity Act, which defines intellectual diversity for reporting purposes at public higher education institutions
HB214Cunningham, JaneHB 214
 0713L.01I - Creates the Teacher Choice Compensation Package which will make salary stipends available to teachers who qualify based on measurable superior performance
HB215Stevenson, BryanRuestman, MarilynSCS HB 215
 0222S.05C - Expands the jurisdiction of juvenile courts to include individuals who are 17 and 18 years of age for the sole purpose of status offenses by redefining the terms "child," "adult," and "status offense"
HB216Stevenson, BryanDixon, BobHB 216
 0223L.01I - Establishes the Umbilical Cord Blood Bank Program to collect and provide researchers with umbilical cord blood for scientific research on human stem cells
HB217Stevenson, BryanWilson, KevinHB 217
 0227L.01I - Authorizes an income tax deduction for any Social Security benefits received, regardless of age or income and removes the $6,000 limit on retirement benefits that can be deducted from state income
HB218Stevenson, BryanMunzlinger, BrianHCS HB 218
 0225L.02C - Authorizes a gradual reduction in the annual corporate income tax rate
HB219Stevenson, BryanMunzlinger, BrianHB 219
 0226L.01I - Changes the annual franchise tax rates and income threshold amounts for corporations
HB220Stevenson, BryanHB 220
 0866L.01T - Makes a technical correction to Section 456.5-501, RSMo, regarding the Missouri Uniform Trust Code
HB221Yates, BrianCooper, ShannonHCS HB 221
 1054L.04T - Changes the laws regarding motor vehicle extended service contracts and product service contracts
HB222Schaaf, RobDenison, CharlieHB 222
 1086L.01I - Requires the Department of Insurance, Financial Institutions, and Professional Registration to define "claim" and "consent to settle" as they relate to medical malpractice insurance
HB223Bruns, MarkMcGhee, MikeHB 223
 0940L.01I - Creates the crime of setting fires or burning trash in areas declared by the Governor to be in danger from fire due to emergency drought conditions
HB224Franz, WardHB 224
 0883L.01P - Restricts the driver's license of a convicted sexual offender to no more than one year and revokes the license if the offender fails to register as required by law
HB225Nance, BobMunzlinger, BrianHB 225
 0686L.01I - Authorizes an income tax deduction for any Social Security benefits received, regardless of age or income and increases the pension deduction from $6,000 to $18,000
HB226Nance, BobFlook, TimHB 226
 0066L.01I - Allows counties of the third classification to completely prohibit or limit the possession of pit bull dogs
HB227Swinger, TerryKuessner, J CHCS HB 227
 0199L.02P - Authorizes an income tax credit for 50% of the cost of the construction of a storm shelter or $2,000, whichever is less
HB228Thomson, MikeOnder, BobHB 228
 1048L.02I - Broadens the reporting of acts of school violence
HB229Cunningham, MikeHB 229
 0475L.01I - Requires, subject to appropriation, that retired State Highway Patrol officers be paid a per diem, mileage, and travel expenses when they testify in a court proceeding at least 30 miles from their residence
HB230Bruns, MarkSkaggs, TrentHB 230
 0798L.01I - Allows certain members of the State Employees' Retirement System and Transportation and Highway Patrol Employees' Retirement System to receive an additional $5 per month times the years of service
HB231Bruns, MarkSkaggs, TrentHB 231
 0795L.01I - Allows certain members of the Missouri State Employees' Retirement System and Department of Transportation and Highway Employees' Retirement System to receive an additional .1% benefit
HB232Bruns, MarkSkaggs, TrentHB 232
 0796L.01I - Increases the cost-of-living adjustment for certain special consultants and retirees from 80% to 100% of the federal Consumer Price Index
HCR1Dempsey, TomHCR 1
 1132L.01I - Establishes date and time for State of the Judiciary
HCR2Dempsey, TomHCR 2
 1133L.01I - Establishes date and time for State of the State address
HCR3Kuessner, J CShively, TomHCR 3
 0747L.01I - Disapproves the recommendations of the Missouri Citizen's Commission on Compensation of Elected Officials
HCR4Lampe, SaraHCR 4
 0634L.01I - Requires the Missouri General Assembly to improve women's access to FDA-approved contraceptives.
HJR1Cunningham, JaneRuestman, MarilynSCS HCS HJR 1
 0416S.05C - Proposes a constitutional amendment restricting state court jurisdiction in the areas of taxing, spending, and budgeting
HJR2Kraus, WillYates, BrianHJR 2
 0574L.01I - Proposes a constitutional amendment reducing, beginning with the 97th General Assembly, the number of state representatives to 137
HJR3Dusenberg, GaryPratt, BryanHJR 3
 0611L.01I - Proposes a constitutional amendment replacing the Highways and Transportation Commission with a Director of Transportation
HJR4Kuessner, J CBaker, JudyHJR 4
 0457L.01I - Proposes a constitutional amendment requiring at least 60% of voters to approve amendments to the Missouri Constitution
HJR5Kuessner, J CRoorda, JeffHJR 5
 0456L.01I - Proposes a constitutional amendment increasing the percentage of voters required for initiative petitions
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