91st General Assembly, 1st Regular Session
Past Activity Registers
For Actions Recorded on: January 04, 2001

BillSponsorCoSponsorBill String
 Bill Information
HB26Wilson, YvonneBoykins, AmberHCS HB 26
 0155L.04C - Creates the Missouri Essential Needs School Districts Loan Repayment Assistance Program.
HB27Wilson, YvonneBoykins, AmberHB 27
 0156L.01I - Regulates the sale of certain firearms.
HB28Wilson, YvonneBoykins, AmberHB 28
 0303L.01I - Expands crime of unlawful use of weapons.
HB29Wilson, YvonneBoykins, AmberHB 29
 0199L.01I - Provides bonuses for teachers who either receive national certification or act as mentors in approved teacher mentoring programs.
HB30Gaskill, SamuelHB 30
 0459L.01I - Limits liability of persons defending the U.S. flag.
HB31Gaskill, SamuelHB 31
 0456L.01I - Creates a state income tax credit for personal property taxes paid on agricultural crops and machinery. .
HB32Gaskill, SamuelHB 32
 0469L.01I - Changes the waiting period for a marriage license.
HB33Gaskill, SamuelHB 33
 0471L.01I - Allows prosecutors to carry concealed weapons.
HB34Gaskill, SamuelHB 34
 0457L.01I - Prohibits courts of law from modifying common law to create new causes of action.
HB35Gaskill, SamuelHB 35
 0473L.01I - Lowers the mandatory age for starting school from age seven to age five.
HB36Gaskill, SamuelHB 36
 0458L.01I - Places certain prohibitions and restrictions on lottery advertising.
HB37Gaskill, SamuelHB 37
 0460L.01I - Prohibits persons less than eighteen years of age from possessing tobacco products.
HB38Gaskill, SamuelHB 38
 0468L.01I - Changes law regarding crimes involving alcohol.
HB39Gaskill, SamuelHB 39
 0470L.01I - Exempts from state income tax the first six thousand dollars of public pension income and allows an additional state income tax deduction of up to six thousand dollars for public pension income.
HB40Gaskill, SamuelHB 40
 0461L.01I - Prohibits the Department of Revenue from conditioning the property and pharmaceutical tax credits on the filing of a federal income tax return.
HB42Bonner, DennisHB 42
 0194L.01I - Prohibits colleges in this state from restricting employees who reside outside Missouri from occupying public office in their home state.
HB43Bonner, DennisHB 43
 0192L.01I - Creates the crime of leaving a child unattended in a motor vehicle.
HB45Farnen, TheodoreHB 45
 0047L.02T - Removes the one-year residency requirement for the Commissioner of Education.
HB46Relford, RandallHB 46
 0064L.01I - Increases penalty for aiding the escape of a prisoner.
HB47Relford, RandallHB 47
 0197L.01I - Authorizes a sales tax for regional jail and court facilities.
HB48Relford, RandallHB 48
 0391L.01T - Amends various provisions relating to embalmers and funeral directors.
HB49Relford, RandallHB 49
 0066L.01I - Creates the Policemen and Sheriff's Deputies Trust Fund.
HB50Relford, RandallSCS HCS HB 50
 0061S.07C - Revises law on reading instruction and assessment, school report cards, urban school districts, and teachers' licenses.
HB52Ward, DanielCrump, WayneHB 52
 0176L.03T - Prohibits the prosecuting attorney of St. Francois County from engaging in the private practice of law.
HB53Ward, DanielCrump, WayneHB 53
 0174L.02I - Adds an associate circuit judge to St. Francois County.
HB54Ward, DanielHB 54
 0175L.01I - Makes the Highway Patrol annex building in St. Francois County into a district headquarters building.
HB55Ward, DanielSelby, HaroldHB 55
 0173L.01I - Includes the services of chiropractors in Medicaid coverage.
HB56Ward, DanielSelby, HaroldHB 56
 0076L.01I - Increases property tax credits for the elderly, exempts the elderly from sales tax on food and enhances Medicaid benefits.
HB57Ward, DanielRelford, RandallHB 57
 0238L.01I - Authorizes retired and certain former police officers to carry concealed weapons.
HB58Ward, DanielHB 58
 0100L.01I - Allows renewal of liquor license without notarization of renewal application.
HB59Boucher, ArthurWilliams, DeletaHB 59
 0117L.02I - Exempts from state income tax all pensions received by persons sixty-five years of age and older.
HB60Rizzo, HenryHoppe, ThomasHB 60
 0384L.01I - Raises Kansas City police salaries.
HB61Ward, DanielBoucher, ArthurHB 61
 0181L.01I - Allows the Division of Family Services to provide financial assistance to not-for-profit food pantries operating throughout the state.
HB62Reynolds, DavidHB 62
 0402L.01I - Changes the makeup of the State Fair Commission.
HB63Reynolds, DavidHB 63
 0404L.01I - Changes mandatory time-and-a-half compensation for amusement and entertainment workers from fifty-two hours to forty hours.
HB64Reynolds, DavidHB 64
 0405L.01I - Expands the classes of public employees who may join labor organizations.
HB65Reynolds, DavidHB 65
 0407L.01I - Provides bonuses for Missouri veterans of WWI, WWII, the Korean Conflict, the Vietnam Conflict and the Persian Gulf War.
HB66Reynolds, DavidHB 66
 0408L.01I - Regulates and licenses tanning bed operators.
HB67Reynolds, DavidHB 67
 0409L.01I - Regulates small business franchises.
HB68Liese, ChrisHB 68
 0612L.01I - Creates a death penalty commission and imposes a moratorium on executions.
HB69Ward, DanielSelby, HaroldHB 69
 0172L.02I - Creates grants for volunteer fire protection associations and for certain low revenue fire protection districts.
HB70Koller, DonHB 70
 0576L.01P - Limits motorcycle helmet requirement to persons under twenty-one years of age.
HB71Scheve, MayHB 71
 0476L.01I - Allows Department of Transportation to provide financial assistance to not-for-profit elderly and handicapped transportation services to defray the rising cost of gasoline.
HB72Scheve, MayHB 72
 0478L.01I - Increases the pharmaceutical income tax credit from two hundred dollars to five hundred dollars and decreases the number of persons eligible to claim the credit.
HB73Scheve, MayHB 73
 0477L.01I - Requires certain buildings to provide family restrooms.
HB74Scheve, MayHB 74
 0571L.01I - Increases the resource limits for public assistance eligibility for single and married persons.
HB75Scheve, MayHB 75
 0475L.01I - Freezes the assessed value of certain real property owned by persons 65 years of age and older which is used as a principal residence.
HB76Clayton, RobertHB 76
 0583L.01I - Expands the crime of tampering with a judicial officer to include offenses involving juvenile court officers.
HB77Reinhart, GeralynRidgeway, LuannHB 77
 0508L.01I - Authorizes the University of Missouri to award grants for spinal cord injury research.
HB78Kennedy, HarryRichardson, MarkHB 78
 0298L.01T - Grants immunity from civil suits to physicians' health programs for reporting information on licensees to the State Board of Registration for the Healing Arts.
HB79Kennedy, HarryHB 79
 0281L.02I - Allows the sponsorship and mentoring program tax credit to offset the tax on insurance premiums and financial institutions, and clarifies that the credit cannot offset withholding tax.
HB80Ross, CarsonCCS SCS HB 80
 0237L.04T - Authorizes the creation of multijurisdictional antifraud enforcement groups and revises peace officers training requirements.
HB81Relford, RandallRansdall, BillyHB 81
 0555L.01I - Restricts the ability of persons with criminal histories from obtaining or maintaining teacher certificates.
HB82Gambaro, DerioHB 82
 0395L.01I - Allows certain political subdivisions to have a mechanic's lien when they have previously paid mechanics to perform abatement work on derelict real property.
HB83Rizzo, HenryHB 83
 0533L.01I - Creates a state income tax credit for costs of demolishing commercial buildings in enterprise zones for the purpose of constructing parking lots or housing.
HB84Richardson, MarkHB 84
 0110L.01T - Mandates that expenses for training sessions for county recorders in certain counties be reimbursed in the same manner as other expenses are reimbursed in such county.
HB85Luetkemeyer, WilliamHB 85
 0152L.01I - Authorizes and creates structure for law enforcement districts in certain counties.
HB86Kennedy, HarryHB 86
 0280L.01I - Prohibits licensed game retailers from selling or allowing their employees to sell lottery tickets to employees and prohibits employees from purchasing lottery tickets at their place of employment
HB87Barry, JoanBoucher, ArthurHB 87
 0593L.01I - Requires insurance coverage for services provided by registered nurse first assistants and licensed physician assistants.
HB88Barry, JoanBoucher, ArthurHB 88
 0082L.01I - Prohibits health insurance companies from requiring a woman to go through a primary care physician for access to an obstetrician or gynecologist.
HB89Ross, CarsonHB 89
 0589L.01I - Creates crime of theft of transportation of property service.
HB90Ross, CarsonHB 90
 0587L.01I - Creates minimum jail sentences for driving without a license or with a revoked license.
HB91Scheve, MayHB 91
 0567L.01I - Removes gambling boat proceeds from the foundation formula and distributes them on a per-pupil basis.
HB92Scheve, MayHB 92
 0569L.01I - Calculates the increase to, or maintenance of, existing per-pupil funding, depending on formula funding levels and on guaranteed tax base growth.
HB93Gaskill, SamuelHCS HB 93
 0222L.02C - Regulates private, unpaid gubernatorial airplane flights and allows for private use of government planes by the Governor in certain conditions.
HB94Shields, CharlesHB 94
 0038L.01I - Provides honorary high school diplomas to WWII veterans who left high school before graduation to serve in the United States military.
HB95Wilson, YvonneBrooks, SharonHB 95
 0154L.01I - Allows urban school districts to start school prior to September 1st.
HB96Scheve, MayHB 96
 0565L.01I - Creates the Unfair Home Improvement Loans Act and revises bonding requirements for mortgage brokers.
HB97Scheve, MayHB 97
 0568L.01I - Excludes voluntary transfer students from the eligible pupil number used in foundation formula calculations.
HB98Scheve, MayHB 98
 0572L.01I - Excludes voluntary transfer students from the eligible pupil number used in foundation formula calculations.
HB99Johnson, ConnieHB 99
 0630L.01I - Enacts civil protections for election judges.
HB100Johnson, ConnieHB 100
 0629L.01I - Enacts procedures for absentee voting at election authorities and allows election authorities to provide for early voting.
HB101Reinhart, GeralynRidgeway, LuannHB 101
 0509L.02I - Requires that family court commissioners be placed on the ballot at every presidential election for purposes of a retention vote.
HB102Mays, CarolHB 102
 0603L.01I - Establishes state penalties for violation of the federal Natural Gas Pipeline Safety Act; makes municipalities that own gas plants subject to Public Service Commission penalties.
HB103Bearden, CarlPortwood, CharlesHB 103
 0511L.01I - Creates an income tax credit for certain amounts paid by individual residents for property taxes.
HB104Hollingsworth, KatherineHB 104
 0372L.01I - Amends various provisions related to caregiver qualifications and registration.
HB105Johnson, ConnieBoykins, AmberHB 105
 0633L.01I - Exempts hair braiders from the licensing requirements in chapter 329.
HB106Johnson, ConnieBowman, JohnHCS HB 106
 0632L.03T - Establishes a state systemic lupus erythematosis program in the Department of Health.
HB107Clayton, RobertRichardson, MarkSCS HS HCS HB 107
 0162S.05T - Creates the Legal Services for Low-income People Fund and the Missouri CASA Fund.
HB108Clayton, RobertDougherty, PatrickHB 108
 0606L.01I - Establishes the Missouri CASA Fund.
HB109Skaggs, BillyWilloughby, PhillipHB 109
 0394L.01I - Allows local election authorities to establish early voting procedures.
HB110Baker, LanaHB 110
 0615L.01I - Removes the prohibition on use of general revenue funds for certain Department of Health programs and includes dentists in planning for services in health care shortage areas.
HB111Baker, LanaHB 111
 0492L.01P - Makes technical intersectional reference corrections to certain regulation of mattresses provisions.
HB112Boykins, AmberWalton, JuanitaHB 112
 0111L.01I - Requires subdistrict residency for St. Louis school board members; clarifies that even-numbered board district members shall stand for election in April 2001.
HB113Hickey, JohnHCS HB 113
 0656L.03C - Enacts additional requirements for certain contractors bidding on state building contracts.
HB114Hickey, JohnHB 114
 0657L.01I - Excludes charges of mandatory gratuities incident to the serving of food and drink from the definition of gross receipts for purposes of the sales tax law.
HB115Hickey, JohnHB 115
 0658L.01I - Enacts the Missouri Equal Pay Act.
HB116Hickey, JohnHB 116
 0659L.01I - Reduces the sales tax rate on sales and leases of motor vehicles from four percent to two percent.
HB117Wilson, VictoriaBray, JoanHCS HB 117
 0219L.03C - Creates a state earned income tax credit which is phased in over a nine year period.
HB118Wilson, VictoriaNordwald, CharlesHB 118
 0081L.02I - Requires landlords of manufactured or mobile home land lease communities to provide 180 days notice to vacate prior to selling such property.
HB119Clayton, RobertRelford, RandallHB 119
 0575L.01I - Establishes a pharmaceutical relief program for senior citizens in the Department of Social Services.
HB120O'Connor, PatrickSCS HB 120
 0483S.06C - Amends laws on motor vehicles and transportation.
HB121Luetkemeyer, WilliamKennedy, HarryHB 121
 0153L.01I - Creates a mandatory school observance for Veterans' Day.
HB122Dougherty, PatrickHarlan, TimothyHB 122
 0271L.01I - Prohibits the use of genetic information or test results for insurance purposes.
HB123Dougherty, PatrickHB 123
 0274L.01I - Allows the Division of Family Services to request an extension of foster care beyond a child's eighteenth birthday for good cause.
HB124Long, ElizabethHB 124
 0040L.01I - Prohibits the possession or use of glass containers within 50 feet of any navigable waterway in the state of Missouri.
HB125Long, ElizabethHB 125
 0041L.01I - Removes the fee for placards for the permanently and temporarily disabled.
HB126Long, ElizabethHB 126
 0302L.01P - Requires use of motor vehicle headlights whenever atmospheric conditions require the use of windshield wipers.
HB127Bearden, CarlDempsey, TomHB 127
 0514L.02I - Freezes the assessed value of certain real property owned by persons 65 years of age and older which is used as a principal residence.
HB128Fraser, BarbaraHB 128
 0293L.01I - Repeals the mandatory September first start date for elementary and secondary schools.
HB129VanZandt, TimothyCampbell, MarshaHB 129
 0684L.01T - Prohibits state and local governments from entering into contingency fee contracts for work performed on tax collection cases.
HB130VanZandt, TimothyCampbell, MarshaHB 130
 0683L.01I - Creates the Animal Shelter Grant Fund.
HB131Holand, RoyDavis, DahlmanHB 131
 0723L.01I - Authorizes school districts to impose a surcharge on their residents' income.
HB132Gambaro, DerioBarry, JoanHB 132
 0397L.01I - Creates a collaborative action team pilot program in the Department of Elementary and Secondary Education.
HB133Gambaro, DerioSCS HB 133
 0396S.08T - Allows local housing corporations and neighborhood associations to bring property receivership actions and makes other changes concerning redevelopment projects.
HB134Selby, HaroldHB 134
 0542L.01I - Requires mental hospitals and facilities to quarterly report the use of electroconvulsive therapies to the Department of Mental Health.
HB135Hosmer, WilliamHB 135
 0247L.01I - Authorizes Greene County to levy a tax on cigarettes and tobacco products which is equal to the tax authorized for Jackson and St. Louis counties and the City of St. Louis.
HB136Hosmer, WilliamHB 136
 0252L.01I - Tightens the property tax exemption for property owned by tax exempt organizations, changes the reassessment cycle for real property from two to four years and changes definition of "comparable".
HB137Hosmer, WilliamHB 137
 0177L.01I - Requires counties to allow elderly, disabled and low income persons to pay current real and personal property taxes monthly instead of annually.
HB138Hosmer, WilliamHB 138
 0261L.01I - Requires sales tax which is illegally or erroneously imposed on cigarette tax to be refunded to the consumer or the Director of Revenue.
HB139Hosmer, WilliamHB 139
 0243L.01I - Provides that venue requirements for small claims court shall be identical to venue requirements for civil suits in circuit and associate circuit court.
HB140Hosmer, WilliamHB 140
 0262L.01I - Authorizes the governing body of any fire protection district or municipal fire department, upon voter approval, to impose a sales tax.
HB141Hosmer, WilliamHB 141
 0253L.01I - Creates Drug Courts Coordinating Commission and Drug Court Resources Fund.
HB142Hosmer, WilliamHB 142
 0249L.01I - Expands the Missouri Kidney Program at the University of Missouri to provide assistance for immunosuppressive pharmaceuticals to organ transplant patients.
HB143Hosmer, WilliamHB 143
 0242L.01I - Allows spousal maintenance to be terminated based on cohabitation.
HB144Bonner, DennisCierpiot, ConnieCCS#2 SS SCS HCS HB 144 & 46
 0515S.10T - Requires check for outstanding arrest warrants before releasing a prisoner and increases penalty for aiding the escape of a prisoner.
HB145Troupe, CharlesHB 145
 0738L.01I - Changes the allowable supply of medication to be received by certain enrollees through a pharmaceutical plan and requires collection agencies to be informed when payments are made on patient accounts.
HB146Troupe, CharlesHB 146
 0739L.01I - Requires health insurers to offer contraceptive coverage to enrollees.
HB147Troupe, CharlesHB 147
 0740L.01I - Prohibits private prisons.
HB148Troupe, CharlesHB 148
 0741L.01I - Changes penalties for certain assaults.
HB149Troupe, CharlesHB 149
 0744L.01I - Creates crime of offender sexual abuse.
HB150Troupe, CharlesHB 150
 0747L.01I - Requires publication of records regarding the death of incarcerated offenders.
HB151Troupe, CharlesHB 151
 0746L.01I - Requires health insurers to provide diabetes coverage to enrollees.
HB152Troupe, CharlesHB 152
 0754L.01I - Prohibits housing of violent and nonviolent offenders in the same cell.
HB153Troupe, CharlesHB 153
 0752L.01I - Requires all health benefit plans to issue uniform prescription drug information cards.
HB154Troupe, CharlesHB 154
 0748L.01I - Requires pharmacies to notify the Board of Pharmacy of any known mistakes in prescriptions.
HB155Troupe, CharlesHB 155
 0079L.01I - Prohibits persons in shock detention from being held beyond their period of detention.
HB156Kennedy, HarryHilgemann, RobertHB 156
 0279L.01I - Authorizes St Louis College of Pharmacy license plates.
HB157Hosmer, WilliamCCS SCS HB 157
 0774L.06T - Revises marriage laws.
HB158Ross, CarsonHB 158
 0693L.01I - Requires Director of Revenue to issue driver's license to persons holding another state's valid driver's license.
HB160Bray, JoanHarlan, TimothyHB 160
 0556L.01I - Enacts Public Employee Due Process Act, creating procedural rights for termination, demotion, or discipline of public employees.
HB161Bray, JoanHarlan, TimothyHB 161
 0554L.01I - Allows either party in a discrimination case to file suit and request a jury trial when the commission completes its administrative proceedings.
HB162Bray, JoanHarlan, TimothyHB 162
 0553L.01I - Creates a cause of action for wrongful discharge of an employee.
HB163Berkowitz, SamWagner, HowardHB 163
 0543L.01T - Expands sources of funding for the Highway Patrol's Motor Vehicle and Aircraft Revolving Fund.
HB164Troupe, CharlesHB 164
 0743L.01I - Requires school districts to adopt indexed salary schedules.
HB165Troupe, CharlesHB 165
 0745L.01I - Changes the qualifications, election and districting of the members of the City of St. Louis school board.
HB166Troupe, CharlesHB 166
 0750L.01P - Expands minority teaching scholarships from one hundred to two hundred per year; increases the amount from $2000 to $3000 for special education teachers.
HB167Troupe, CharlesHB 167
 0742L.01I - Changes the amount the state will pay for institutionalization of children.
HB168Froelker, JamesHB 168
 0800L.01I - Increases the maximum allowable income to qualify for one hundred percent of the pharmaceutical income tax credit from fifteen thousand dollars to thirty-six thousand dollars.
HB169Froelker, JamesHB 169
 0797L.01I - Establishes a pharmaceutical assistance program in the Division of Aging.
HB170Froelker, JamesHCS HB 170
 0789L.02C - Increases the statute of limitations for contesting erroneously paid state taxes from one to three years, and requires interest to be paid on credits and refunds.
HB171Froelker, JamesHB 171
 0796L.01I - Exempts Social Security benefits and military retirement benefits which are included in federal adjusted gross income from state income tax.
HB172Froelker, JamesHB 172
 0795L.01I - Creates a sales and use tax holiday for all retail sales of clothing with a taxable value of twenty dollars or less during the month of August.
HB173Froelker, JamesHB 173
 0798L.01I - Prohibits the General Assembly from appropriating money for assisted suicide.
HB174Froelker, JamesHB 174
 0802L.01I - Allows certain surviving spouses of Public School Retirement System members to receive remaining benefits.
HB175Froelker, JamesHB 175
 0799L.01I - Exempts the first two hundred fifty dollars of interest income received by a taxpayer from state income tax.
HB176Thompson, BettyBoucher, ArthurHB 176
 0539L.01I - Allows school districts to have truant officers and creates a penalty for allowing truants to loiter on business premises.
HB177Thompson, BettyBoucher, ArthurHB 177
 0537L.01I - Requires peace officers' employment records to be available to hiring law enforcement agencies and evidence of unfitness to be forwarded to Peace Officers' Standards and Training Commission.
HB178Thompson, BettyBoucher, ArthurHB 178
 0518L.01I - Creates an income tax credit for certain gifts of personal property to persons with an income below poverty level.
HB179Thompson, BettyBoucher, ArthurHB 179
 0538L.01I - Requires health insurance coverage for scalp prostheses for persons with alopecia.
HB180Thompson, BettyBoucher, ArthurHB 180
 0536L.01T - Creates a Women Offender Program in the Department of Corrections.
HB181Thompson, BettyBoucher, ArthurHB 181
 0535L.01I - Regulates high-cost home loans and establishes lender reporting requirements.
HB182Thompson, BettyHB 182
 0517L.01I - Requires the sealing of certain traffic violation records.
HB183Thompson, BettyHB 183
 0516L.01I - Provides a restitutionary cause of action for wrongful imprisonment.
HB184Legan, KennethRobirds, EstelHB 184
 0544L.01I - Makes the Department of Conservation liable for all damages by wild elk.
HB185Legan, KennethMyers, PeterSS SCS HB 185
 0664S.06T - Allows counties of the third classification to adopt building codes in certain areas, subject to voter approval.
HB186Troupe, CharlesHCS HB 186 & 172
 0749L.03C - Creates a sales and use tax holiday for clothing purchased before the start of the 2001-2002 school year.
HB187Troupe, CharlesHB 187
 0755L.01I - Revises the foster care reimbursement rate.
HB188Bonner, DennisHB 188
 0720L.01I - Authorizes the designation of a satellite enterprise zone in the City of Sugar Creek.
HB189Bonner, DennisRizzo, HenryHCS HB 189
 0709L.02C - Allows the state sales tax revenue generated at certain sports complexes in Kansas City and St. Louis to be allocated toward maintenance and refurbishment of the complexes.
HB190Ford, LouisHB 190
 0735L.01I - Removes $500 loss limit on gaming boats and prohibits gaming commission from limiting amount of time an individual may spend aboard gaming boats.
HB191Hosmer, WilliamHendrickson, CarlHB 191
 0248L.01I - Provides for the emergency temporary commitment of a persons with active tuberculosis.
HB192Hosmer, WilliamHB 192
 0245L.01I - Enacts penalties on professional licensees who fail to repay their student loans.
HB193Hosmer, WilliamHB 193
 0263L.01I - Creates civil penalties for false monetary or property-related claims against the state.
HB194Hosmer, WilliamFarnen, TheodoreHCS HB 194
 0257L.02C - Creates faculty representative positions on all university boards of governors; makes other changes regarding higher education.
HB195Hoppe, ThomasHB 195
 0653L.01I - Regulates stretcher van services.
HB196Villa, ThomasHB 196
 0690L.01I - Expands state road system to include all principal arterial roads in the City of St Louis.
HB197Wagner, HowardHB 197
 0085L.01I - Enacts additional petition requirements for the question of retaining the city manager form of government in third class cities.
HB198Wagner, HowardHB 198
 0727L.01I - Makes "Bird Day" a state holiday, to be observed at the elementary and secondary schools of this state.
HB199Davis, DahlmanHoland, RoyHB 199
 0724L.01I - Expands the laws and funds for alternative education programs.
HB200Davis, DahlmanHoland, RoyHB 200
 0725L.01I - Prohibits school board members from filing for re-election if they have not completed education and training.
HB201Shields, CharlesHB 201
 0820L.01I - Creates a state income tax credit for certain small employers who provide health insurance for eligible employees.
HB202Rizzo, HenrySCS HB 202
 0668S.05T - Changes procedural requirements of, increases tax ceiling for, and grants additional powers to transportation development districts.
HB203Hosmer, WilliamRichardson, MarkHB 203
 0541L.01I - Creates a Board of Private Investigator Examiners.
HB204Seigfreid, JamesBerkowitz, SamHB 204
 0663L.01I - Adopts legislation authorizing toll roads, provided accompanying constitutional change is passed.
HB205Relford, RandallSCS HCS HB 205, 323 & 549
 0868S.08C - Authorizes an incentive program for forestry, extends carryover of wood energy tax credit, prohibits introduction of wild elk, increases penalties for deer poaching, and allows killing of feral hogs.
HB206VanZandt, TimothyCampbell, MarshaHB 206
 0682L.01I - Authorizes Kansas City, upon voter approval, to impose a license tax on the rental of passenger motor vehicles.
HB207Ross, CarsonBoucher, ArthurHCS HB 207
 0590L.02T - Permits the Veterans' Commission Capital Improvement Trust Fund to issue matching grants for veterans service officer programs.
HB208George, ThomasShelton, O.L.HB 208
 0501L.01I - Regulates the employment of noncertificated school employees.
HB209Hosmer, WilliamWilliams, DeletaHB 209
 0695L.01I - Changes certain provisions of the controlled substances law.
HB210Liese, ChrisHB 210
 0204L.01I - Changes the terms of community improvement district board members to either three or four years, at the district's option.
HB211Relford, RandallRansdall, BillyHB 211
 0756L.01I - Revises the motor vehicle license plate law.
HB212Ward, DanielSCS HB 212
 0842S.04T - Provides that merging mutual insurance companies need only provide notice as required by the articles and bylaws of the companies.
HB213Ward, DanielHB 213
 0841L.01I - Provides that, for all tax years beginning on or after January 1, 2001, the premium tax examination fees deduction may be carried forward, but is no longer refundable.
HB214Shields, CharlesHB 214
 0879L.01I - Lowers minimum age for "80 and out" retirement provisions for state employees from 50 to 48 years.
HB215Bray, JoanRizzo, HenryHB 215
 0218L.01I - Reallocates tax credits and amends various other provisions pertaining to distressed communities. Repeals the Missouri Individual Training Account Program.
HB216Farnen, TheodoreHB 216
 0618L.01I - Allows the Public Service Commission to phase in any large increases to a water corporation's rates.
HB217Surface, CharlesHB 217
 0778L.01I - Authorizes Elks Lodge license plate.
HB218Farnen, TheodoreGraham, CharlesHB 218
 0480L.02T - Establishes lifelong learning month; makes changes to law regarding student representatives on higher education boards; establishes spinal cord injury research program at University of Missouri.
HB219Townley, MerrillRansdall, BillySCS HB 219
 0732S.03T - Amends various provisions of the fencing law.
HB220Hosmer, WilliamWilliams, DeletaHB 220
 0388L.01I - Requires registration of sexual offenders upon release from custody even if offender does not leave county where incarcerated.
HB221Kelly, GlendaHB 221
 0937L.01I - Creates a state income tax deduction of up to two thousand dollars for costs of documented health insurance premiums and out-of-pocket medical expenses of individual taxpayers.
HB222Kelly, GlendaHB 222
 0940L.01I - Amends the Crime Victims' Compensation Fund to increase compensation for loss of earnings and to exclude life insurance proceeds from proceeds which reduce a victims' statutory compensation.
HB223Kelly, GlendaHB 223
 0941L.01I - Revises duties of Joint Committee on Corrections.
HB224Kelly, GlendaHB 224
 0939L.01I - Excludes dangerous felons and predatory sex offenders from the house arrest program.
HB225Boucher, ArthurReynolds, DavidHB 225
 0734L.01I - Creates a three hundred dollar income tax credit for certain World War II veterans or their surviving spouses who have not remarried.
HB226Gaskill, SamuelHB 226
 0832L.01I - Creates a state income tax credit of up to one hundred dollars for teachers who purchase materials for their classrooms.
HB227Walton, JuanitaHB 227
 0059L.02I - Adopts standards and procedures for municipal impeachments.
HB228Walton, JuanitaHB 228
 0313L.01I - Changes process of nominating and electing presidential electors to district by district method with two statewide electors; binds electors to vote for nominating party.
HB229Hosmer, WilliamHanaway, CatherineHB 229
 0817L.01I - Revises the statute of limitations and damages for home improvements.
HB230Hosmer, WilliamHanaway, CatherineHB 230
 0816L.01I - Requires plaintiff to obtain second professional opinion before filing an action against an architect, engineer, or surveyor.
HB231Troupe, CharlesHB 231
 0926L.01I - Creates the Office of Corrections Ombudsman, overseen by a new Board of Corrections Ombudsman.
HB232Dougherty, PatrickHB 232
 0278L.01I - Allows the City of St. Louis to establish a band fund.
HB233Dougherty, PatrickHB 233
 0277L.01I - Creates an income tax credit for owners of real estate which contains a child-occupied facility or dwelling which is involved in a lead abatement project.
HB234Dougherty, PatrickHB 234
 0276L.01I - Allows governing bodies to abate certain property taxes of owners of real estate which contains a child-occupied facility or dwelling which is involved in a lead abatement project.
HB235Dougherty, PatrickHB 235
 0270L.01I - Requires school districts to adopt indexed salary schedules; requires public universities to conduct student conflict resolution classes with education students.
HB236Smith, PhilipSCS HB 236
 0885S.02T - Establishes the Juvenile Information Governance Commission.
HB237Smith, PhilipHS HCS HB 237, 270, 403 & 442
 0670L.02P - Requires a roll call on votes to close meetings; penalizes negligent violations of sunshine law; increases penalties for violations of sunshine law.
HB238Smith, PhilipHB 238
 0671L.01I - Creates special license plate for parents of Missouri 4-H members.
HB239Smith, PhilipHCS HB 239
 0672L.04C - Enacts additional notice and hearing requirements, revises fees, and changes reclamation standards for surface mining.
HB240Smith, PhilipHB 240
 0673L.01I - Creates a sales and use tax exemption for all sales of materials purchased for use in the construction of fencing utilized in the production of livestock or poultry.
HB241Smith, PhilipCCS SCS HCS HB 241
 0639S.05T - Revises the Principal and Income Act applicable to trusts and estates.
HB242Smith, PhilipSCS HB 242
 0674L.05T - Allows a transient guest tax to be adopted in the cities of Clarksville, Louisiana, and Ste. Genevieve and in Ste. Genevieve County.
HB243Treadway, JosephHB 243
 0856L.02I - Modifies the licensure requirements for cosmetologists, haridressers and manicurists.
HB244Treadway, JosephHB 244
 0043L.01I - Provides honorary high school diplomas to WWII veterans who left high school before graduation to serve in the United States military.
HB245Treadway, JosephHB 245
 0959L.01I - Enacts the Missouri Accountancy Act.
HB246Smith, PhilipHB 246
 0968L.01I - Provides authority to combat technological crimes.
HB247Seigfreid, JamesRelford, RandallHCS HB 247, 109, 99 & 100
 0880L.03C - Revises election laws.
HB248Ward, DanielGratz, WilliamHB 248
 0638L.01I - Creates Corrections Officer Standards and Training Commission.
HB249Treadway, JosephSCS HB 249
 0845S.04C - Regulates amusement machines.
HB250Reid, MichaelLevin, DavidHB 250
 0704L.01I - Makes developmentally appropriate phonics instruction available for all public primary school age students.
HB251Crowell, JasonSchwab, DavidHB 251
 0687L.01I - Provides exemption from motorcycle helmet requirement for public parades.
HB252Hosmer, WilliamHB 252
 0256L.01I - Raises the age requirements on various school and motor vehicle laws from sixteen to eighteen.
HB253Ross, CarsonKelley, PatrickHCS HB 253
 0874L.02C - Requires licensing of bail bondsmen and surety recovery agents.
HB254Kelly, GlendaHB 254
 0942L.01I - Requires certain health-related information to be provided to the Department of Corrections on delivery of an offender.
HB255Kelly, GlendaHB 255
 0938L.01I - Increases access to original birth records by adopted adults.
HB256Bonner, DennisHB 256
 0196L.01I - Requires disclosure by landlords and sellers of real property of any prior methamphetamine activities on the property.
HB257Wagner, HowardHB 257
 0876L.01I - Increases multiplier rate for state retirees.
HB258Koller, DonClayton, RobertHB 258
 0805L.01I - Allows concealed firearms.
HB259Koller, DonHampton, MarkHB 259
 0729L.01I - Makes the Department of Conservation financially liable for damage caused by wild elk.
HB260Kennedy, HarryHaywood, EstherHB 260
 0412L.01I - Increases the salary and benefits of certain police officers and their beneficiaries in the City of St. Louis.
HB261Linton, WilliamLevin, DavidHB 261
 0650L.01I - Creates a state income tax credit in an amount equal to one thousand dollars per child who reads at such child's current grade level or higher.
HB262Linton, WilliamPhillips, SusanHB 262
 0648L.01I - Revises law on the privacy of elementary and secondary student records, regulates disclosure of higher education disciplinary actions, and revises marriage law.
HB263Linton, WilliamPhillips, SusanHB 263
 0647L.01I - Limits the psychiatric evaluation of students.
HB264Linton, WilliamLevin, DavidHB 264
 0646L.01I - Allows the posting of American historical documents regardless of religious content.
HB265Hosmer, WilliamHCS HB 265 & 369
 0853L.02P - Revises death penalty law.
HB266Treadway, JosephHB 266
 0613L.01T - Adds a new provision relating to commissions for real estate brokers.
HB267Treadway, JosephHB 267
 0708L.01I - Modifies various provisions relating to the licensure of design professionals.
HB268Legan, KennethKelly, GlendaHB 268
 0764L.01I - Prohibits sale of tobacco products to persons under 25 without checking identification.
HB269Legan, KennethHB 269
 0667L.01I - Requires lenders who contract for repossession of a motor vehicle to accept such vehicle and render payment to repossessor, or to release title to repossessor.
HB270Legan, KennethChampion, NormaHB 270
 0760L.01I - Requires roll-call votes for all substantive issues at all public meetings.
HB271Fraser, BarbaraMerideth, DennyHB 271
 0296L.01I - Allows grants for new teacher mentoring programs.
HB272Froelker, JamesHB 272
 0381L.01I - Requires court pleadings and forms to use words commonly used in the English language.
HB273Fraser, BarbaraBoucher, ArthurHB 273
 0291L.01I - Adds two secondary school student members to the State Board of Education.
HB274Shields, CharlesHCS HB 274
 0911L.03T - Allows up to a five-day reduction, for this year only, of the minimum 174 school day requirement.
HB275Relford, RandallSeigfreid, JamesHB 275
 0946L.01I - Authorizes a MO-AG Businesses special license plate.
HB276Relford, RandallSeigfreid, JamesHB 276
 0098L.01I - Amends the law concerning the taking, recording, and use of fingerprints for criminal records kept by the State Highway Patrol.
HB277Myers, PeterBlack, LanieHB 277
 0870L.01I - Creates a new possession crime for anhydrous ammonia and increases penalties for existing crimes committed using that substance.
HB278Myers, PeterBlack, LanieHB 278
 0869L.01I - Imposes minimum prison terms for manufacturers of methamphetamine.
HB279Shoemyer, WesCopenhaver, NancyHCS HB 279
 0711L.03T - Expands the newborn screening requirements to include additional treatable and manageable disorders.
HB280Hoppe, ThomasHS HCS HB 280, 69, 497 & 689
 0852L.04P - Enacts various laws regulating ambulance services and stretcher vans.
HB281Walton, JuanitaHB 281
 0058L.03I - Clarifies that all candidates for nomination to public office may contest primary elections; allows candidates for county committee to challenge their election results.
HB282Walton, JuanitaHB 282
 0979L.01I - Changes legislative district committee membership.
HB283Ward, DanielHB 283
 0486L.01I - Authorizes a conveyance of certain property in St. Francois County to the American Legion.
HB284Hosmer, WilliamHB 284
 0251L.01I - Excludes evidence obtained by police interrogation of mentally retarded individuals when attorney was not present.
HB285Wilson, VictoriaJohnson, ConnieHB 285
 0084L.03I - Requires the Department of Health to designate centers of excellence in women's health.
HB286Smith, PhilipHS HB 286
 0208L.05F - Regulates the refund of incorrectly collected sales and use tax, disallows certain state income tax deductions for pensions, and declares a sales tax holiday for certain clothing purchases.
HCR1Crump, WayneHCR 1
 0956L.01I - Joint Session in the Hall of the House of Representatives at 10:30 am, Thursday, January 4, 2001, to receive a message from His Excellency, the Honorable Roger Wilson, Governor of the State of Missouri
HJR1Ward, DanielHJR 1
 0236L.01I - Proposes a constitutional amendment to change legislative term limits from 8 years to 12 years.
HJR2Reynolds, DavidHJR 2
 0403L.01I - Proposes a constitutional amendment to repeal the prohibition on public aid for religious purposes and institutions.
HJR3Scheve, MayHJR 3
 0474L.01I - Proposes a constitutional amendment to create a Department of Senior Services.
HJR4Farnen, TheodoreHJR 4
 0617L.01I - Proposes a constitutional amendment to require the Governor to appear before the House of Representatives at least monthly during regular sessions.
HJR5Barry, JoanFarnen, TheodoreHJR 5
 0592L.01P - Proposes a constitutional amendment to allow school districts to pass bond issues by simple majority vote.
HJR6Hosmer, WilliamHJR 6
 0696L.01I - Proposes a constitutional amendment to change distribution of forfeiture proceeds.
HJR7Seigfreid, JamesBerkowitz, SamSCS HCS HJR 7
 0662S.07C - Proposes a constitutional amendment to allow the Highways and Transportation Commission to construct toll roads and facilities.
HJR8Walton, JuanitaJohnson, ConnieHJR 8
 0503L.01I - Proposes a constitutional amendment to change legislative term limits.
HJR9Linton, WilliamLograsso, DonaldHJR 9
 0651L.01I - Proposes a constitutional amendment to require the State Board of Education to be elected.
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