93rd General Assembly, 1st Regular Session
Past Activity Registers
For Actions Recorded on: January 05, 2005

BillSponsorCoSponsorBill String
 Bill Information
HB26Marsh, B JRoark, BradleyHB 26
 0202L.01I - Renames Southwest Missouri State University as Missouri State University and increases the number of members on the board of governors
HB27Cooper, ShannonKratky, FredHB 27
 0381L.01I - Changes the laws regarding the punishment for unauthorized reproduction of recording crimes
HB28Cooper, ShannonHB 28
 0198L.01I - Declares the spread of Sericea Lespedeza as a noxious and dangerous weed to agriculture
HB29Schaaf, RobWildberger, EdHB 29
 0167L.01I - Renames Missouri Western State College as Missouri Western State University
HB30Schaaf, RobHB 30
 0164L.01I - Provides insurance coverage for phase I and phase II clinical trials for cancer treatment
HB31Schaaf, RobHB 31
 0165L.01I - Revises the penalties relating to lead abatement
HB32Schaaf, RobHB 32
 0166L.01I - Establishes the Missouri Catalog of Assistance Programs
HB33Phillips, SusanHB 33
 0185L.01T - Designates the North American Bullfrog as the official state amphibian
HB34Davis, CynthiaCunningham, JaneHB 34
 0072L.01I - Eliminates the requirement that course materials and instruction on human sexuality and sexually transmitted diseases include discussion of contraception methods
HB35Davis, CynthiaEmery, EdHB 35
 0180L.03I - Requires that all biology textbooks sold to the public schools of the State of Missouri have one or more chapters containing a critical analysis of origins
HB36Davis, CynthiaSater, DavidHCS HB 36
 0181L.05P - Changes the laws regarding midwives and the practice of midwifery
HB37Davis, CynthiaHB 37
 0073L.01I - Authorizes a real property tax credit for certain educational expenses in St. Charles County
HB38Jackson, JackieHB 38
 0277L.01I - Authorizes an income tax designation to the Airborne Law Enforcement Fund
HB39Jackson, JackieHB 39
 0096L.01I - Changes the laws regarding school facilities and their outside use
HB40Tilley, StevenHB 40
 0210L.02T - Allows counties of the second classification to admit industrial development corporation board members from anywhere in the county
HB41Sater, DavidFisher, BarneyHB 41
 0268L.01I - Requires implementation of a random drug testing program for persons who receive Medicaid
HB43Wallace, MaynardHB 43
 0135L.01T - Designates a portion of U. S. Highway 160 as the "Rick Harmon Memorial Highway"
HB44Johnson, RobertHB 44
 0104L.01I - Changes the limits on the amounts of certain campaign contributions
HB45Johnson, RobertHB 45
 0103L.01I - Establishes additional tax increment financing guidelines
HB46Burnett, JohnHB 46
 0086L.01I - Expands the power to neighborhood organizations to file nuisance actions
HB47Brown, JasonDusenberg, GarySCS HCS HB 47
 0241S.03T - Requires consolidated public library district trustees to reside within the district as well as in the county they represent on the board
HB48Dougherty, CurtSCS HB 48
 0382S.03C - Authorizes a museum and tourism-related sales tax in the City of Independence and authorizes an increase in the property tax rate for certain history museum subdistricts
HB49Jolly, CathyHarris, JeffHCS HB 49 & 50
 0368L.02P - Changes the laws regarding the early release of offenders
HB50Harris, JeffJolly, CathyHB 50
 0367L.01I - Expands the notification rights of crime victims and witnesses
HB51Johnson, RickHB 51
 0427L.01I - Changes the laws regarding school district transportation and busing services
HB52Selby, HaroldHB 52
 0283L.01I - Exempts motor vehicles and boats manufactured in Missouri from sales tax
HB53Swinger, TerryBean, OttoSCS HB 53
 0339S.03C - Designates a portion of U. S. Highway 412 in Dunklin and Pemiscot counties as the "Governor M. Dalton Memorial Highway"
HB54Dixon, BobDenison, CharlieHB 54
 0401L.01I - Allows school districts to adopt income and sales taxes upon voter approval
HB55Johnson, RobertDusenberg, GaryHB 55
 0179L.02I - Revises certain calculations in the school funding formula
HB56Threlkeld, KevinBehnen, RobertHCS HB 56
 0254L.04T - Exempts certain programs established by pharmaceutical companies from providing assistance to patients from certain prohibited financial incentive practices
HB57Threlkeld, KevinVilla, ThomasHB 57
 0082L.02I - Creates the crime of operating a video camera within a motion picture theater without the consent of the theater owner
HB58Johnson, RobertSmith, ToddCCS SS SCS HCS HB 58
 0203S.08T - Changes the laws regarding political subdivisions
HB59Johnson, RobertKraus, WillHB 59
 0281L.01I - Allows pharmacies located in Canada to be issued a license or permit by the Missouri State Board of Pharmacy
HB60Johnson, RobertKraus, WillHB 60
 0169L.01I - Establishes the Missouri Rx Card Program within the Department of Social Services
HB61Schaaf, RobThrelkeld, KevinHB 61
 0305L.01I - Establishes the Medical Imaging and Radiation Therapy Quality Assurance Act of 2005
HB62Ruestman, MarilynNieves, BrianHB 62
 0114L.01I - Designates a portion of State Route V in Newton County as "Carver Prairie Drive"
HB63Sutherland, MikeThrelkeld, KevinHB 63
 0384L.01I - Increases the property tax relief for senior citizens program known as circuit breaker
HB64Sutherland, MikeRupp, ScottSS SCS HCS HB 64
 0386S.11T - Authorizes an annual state sales tax holiday in August
HB65Wallace, MaynardHB 65
 0133L.01I - Authorizes a motor fuel tax exemption for school districts
HB66Wallace, MaynardHCS HB 66
 0504L.02C - Requires proof of United States citizenship for persons registering to vote
HB67Cooper, ShannonWasson, JayHB 67
 0451L.01I - Provides that for-hire motor carriers will not be considered an employer of lessors of vehicles or lessors' employees
HB69Rupp, ScottHB 69
 0524L.01T - Changes the laws regarding investments by insurers
HB70Bland, CraigKelly, VanHB 70
 0340L.01I - Repeals the sunset provision requiring a certain percentage of lottery contracts be awarded to minority businesses
HB71Bland, CraigHB 71
 0353L.01I - Removes the $500 gambling loss limit on excursion gambling boat casinos
HB72Bland, CraigHB 72
 0354L.01I - Requires persons to be a resident of Kansas City for at least one year before they can be appointed a police officer
HB73Bland, CraigHB 73
 0355L.01I - Requires school districts to provide an alternative education program in order to be eligible for state school aid
HB74Bland, CraigHB 74
 0356L.01I - Places a moratorium on the use of the death penalty and establishes a commission to study the use of the death penalty
HB75Bland, CraigHB 75
 0357L.01I - Changes the laws regarding the Missouri Minority Business Advocacy Commission
HB76Bland, CraigHB 76
 0352L.01I - Allows certain taxpayers with hardships to pay real property taxes in monthly or quarterly installments
HB77Bland, CraigHB 77
 0358L.01I - Prohibits private employers who receive state funds in excess of $10,000 in any calendar year from using the funds to assist, promote, or deter union organizing
HB78Bland, CraigHB 78
 0359L.01I - Requires used motor vehicle dealers to display a buyers guide on any used motor vehicle offered for sale
HB79Bland, CraigHB 79
 0345L.01I - Requires accreditation of charter schools
HB80Bland, CraigHB 80
 0361L.01I - Establishes the Missouri Universal Health Assurance Program to provide a publicly financed, statewide insurance program for all residents of this state
HB81Bland, CraigHB 81
 0346L.01I - Requires the State Board of Education to establish a coordinated health program board to prevent student obesity, cardiovascular disease, and type II diabetes
HB82Bland, CraigHB 82
 0350L.01I - Establishes the Missouri Commission on the Prevention and Management of Obesity
HB83Rupp, ScottHB 83
 0523L.02I - Creates the crime of displaying an adult entertainment film in a motor vehicle where children could view any part of the film
HB84Boykins, AmberHB 84
 0492L.01I - Requires health insurers to offer optional coverage for recognized treatments for morbid obesity
HB85Jackson, JackieHB 85
 0540L.01I - Allows health care professionals deployed during a declared state of emergency to be immune from certain civil liabilities
HB86Whorton, JimWildberger, EdHB 86
 0456L.01I - Prohibits the State of Missouri from acquiring any property or casualty insurance from insurers who use catastrophic hazards with a low probability of occurrence in this state when determining rates
HB87Wallace, MaynardHB 87
 0134L.01I - Requires school districts to run their own summer school to be eligible for summer school add-on in state financial aid
HB88Johnson, RobertZweifel, CharlesHB 88
 0175L.01I - Changes the laws regarding property insurance and changes the name of the Basic Property Insurance Inspection and Placement Program to the Fair Access to Insurance Requirements (FAIR) Plan
HB89Pearce, DavidHB 89
 0607L.01I - Allows residential and business cell phone numbers to be added to the telemarketing No-Call List
HB90Denison, CharlieHB 90
 0598L.01I - Permits large school districts that have attained full accreditation for a five-year period to obtain waivers to choose their own standards for qualification in the Missouri School Improvement Program
HB91Johnson, RobertDempsey, TomHCS HB 91
 0587L.02P - Establishes additional tax increment financing guidelines
HB92Dusenberg, GaryWilson, LarryHB 92
 0363L.01I - Authorizes an individual income tax credit for real property taxes paid by surviving spouses of certain public safety officers
HB93Zweifel, CharlesDarrough, BruceHB 93
 0399L.01I - Allows certain public employees to form and participate in the actions of labor organizations
HB94Cunningham, MikeSS HCS#2 HB 94 & 185
 0069S.07S - Establishes a scholarship program for the survivors of veterans killed or injured in action after September 11, 2001
HB95Johnson, RobertSmith, JoeHB 95
 0423L.01I - Changes the laws regarding the consequences for minors purchasing, possessing, and consuming alcohol
HB96Haywood, EstherHB 96
 0527L.01I - Changes the laws regarding the use of credit information in underwriting auto insurance
HB97Brown, JasonWildberger, EdHB 97
 0239L.01I - Creates the crime of allowing an open house party or having an open house party without taking steps to prevent minors from purchasing, possessing, or consuming nonintoxicating beer, liquor, or drugs
HB98Brown, JasonSater, DavidHB 98
 0555L.01I - Adds peace officers to those occupations for which certain diseases may be recognized as occupational diseases for the purpose of workers' compensation
HB99Brown, JasonHB 99
 0556L.01I - Requires a hearing instead of a meeting for law enforcement officers faced with disciplinary action
HB100Cunningham, JaneDavis, CynthiaSCS HB 100
 0342S.02C - Changes the laws regarding the regulation of abortions
HB101Cunningham, JaneEmery, EdHB 101
 0344L.01I - Requires any sale or transfer of methamphetamine precursor drugs to be recorded and the signature of the receiver secured
HB102Cunningham, JaneHB 102
 0144L.01I - Requires residences and commercial businesses to display their street address in a clear, visible manner
HB103Cunningham, JaneMoore, DanieHB 103
 0150L.01I - Requires governing boards at state colleges and universities to take a roll-call vote on school policy matters
HB104Cunningham, JaneMyers, PeterHB 104
 0142L.02I - Prohibits the government from employing inmates or persons with criminal records in any position where they would have access to personal records containing unique personal identifiers
HB105Cunningham, JaneMoore, DanieHB 105
 0398L.01I - Prohibits public schools from joining statewide activities associations if the association prohibits tuition-paying students from participating on a school team to which the tuition is paid
HB106Cunningham, JaneHB 106
 0145L.01I - Changes the terms of service for members of the governing council of certain special school districts
HB107Schaaf, RobHB 107
 0522L.01I - Exempts the Missouri Ethics Commission from providing monthly lobbyist expenditure reports to elected state officials for any month in which no expenditures were made
HB108Schaaf, RobHCS HB 108
 0498L.02P - 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
HB109Schaaf, RobHB 109
 0521L.01I - Requires physicians who have a financial interest in physical therapy service entities to disclose that information and give patients the choice of where they want to receive those services
HB110Cooper, NathanHB 110
 0539L.01I - Imposes a minimum term of imprisonment for offenders who have plead guilty to or been found guilty of a crime of violence against a child or an elderly person
HB111Cooper, NathanHB 111
 0537L.01I - Authorizes an individual income tax deduction for military retirement benefits
HB112Cooper, NathanHB 112
 0538L.01I - Requires that members of the Labor and Industrial Relations Commission and the State Board of Mediation serve 50% of a term before becoming eligible for retirement benefits
HB113Selby, HaroldHarris, BelindaHB 113
 0285L.02I - Requires the Air Conservation Commission to suspend by January 1, 2006, any motor vehicle emisssions inspection program established under the Air Quality Attainment Act
HB114Johnson, RobertLowe, JeneeHB 114
 0207L.01T - Extends the expiration date of the Kansas City transportation sales tax to December 31, 2015
HB115Deeken, BillWhorton, JimHB 115
 0489L.01I - Provides for additional compensation for each county clerk for duties required by the Help America Vote Act of 2002
HB116Deeken, BillSkaggs, TrentSS HB 116
 0455S.03T - Establishes the rights of persons who utilize service dogs
HB117Deeken, BillPage, SamHB 117
 0490L.01I - Allows persons under the protection of a protective order to vote by absentee ballot and permits a person's caretaker to return an absentee ballot on their behalf
HB119Jones, KennyHCS HB 119
 0275L.02T - Requires continuation of life insurance benefits for state employees and retirees who are called to military service in times of active armed warfare
HB120Jones, KennyHB 120
 0638L.01I - Allows for a special personalized license plate to be displayed on a trailer
HB121Haywood, EstherHB 121
 0528L.01I - Repeals the persistent offender sentencing enhancements in drug trafficking cases in the second degree
HB122Meiners, KatePage, SamHB 122
 0466L.01I - Imposes an adult entertainment tax
HB123Meiners, KateYoung, TerryHB 123
 0467L.01I - Removes the $500 loss limit for gambling and raises the adjusted gross receipts tax for gambling from 20% to 21%
HB124Meiners, KateHB 124
 0081L.01I - Requires a child to be at least eight years old, four feet six inches in height, and 65 pounds in weight to ride as a passenger on a motorcycle
HB125Meiners, KateHB 125
 0079L.01I - Requires eye protection for motorcycle or motortricycle operators
HB126Cooper, NathanKratky, FredHB 126
 0204L.01I - Changes the laws regarding the unauthorized reproduction of films and recordings
HB127Bivins, WaltWildberger, EdHB 127
 0075L.01T - Limits to one per calendar week the number of attendance fees that fire protection district board members can receive
HB128Bivins, WaltLembke, JimHB 128
 0098L.01I - Revises the School Foundation Formula
HB129Bivins, WaltLembke, JimHB 129
 0280L.02I - Adds a Consumer Price Index inflation adjustment to the state aid amount for hold-harmless school districts
HB130Bivins, WaltMoore, DanieHB 130
 0279L.01I - Establishes conditions under which certain entities that are in noncompliance with environmental regulations are protected from administrative, civil, and criminal penalties
HB131Schaaf, RobHCS#2 HB 131
 0713L.05C - Limits the amount of mercury that immunizations administered to children under the age of three and pregnant women can contain
HB132Whorton, JimThrelkeld, KevinHB 132
 0491L.01I - Increases from six to 10 the number of members on the Highways and Transportation Commission
HB133Portwood, CharlesLembke, JimHB 133
 0371L.02I - Prohibits the City of St. Louis from requiring a police officer to live within the city limits if the officer has at least four consecutive years of service
HB134Richard, RonRector, RexHB 134
 0596L.01I - Allows the Missouri Public Service Commission to authorize an electrical corporation to recover costs for fuel and purchased electrical energy
HB135Richard, RonHobbs, SteveSCS HCS HB 135
 0390S.04C - Expands the definition of "eligible industry" in the Business Use Incentives for Large-Scale Development (BUILD) Program
HB136Jackson, JackieHB 136
 0141L.01I - Repeals obsolete statutes regarding education
HB137Portwood, CharlesLembke, JimHB 137
 0693L.01I - Establishes that it is in the best interests of a minor to terminate a guardianship granted to someone other than a parent unless there is clear and convincing evidence to the contrary
HB138Portwood, CharlesHB 138
 0372L.01I - Requires health carriers to reimburse out-of-network chiropractors the same as other out-of-network providers
HB139Portwood, CharlesLeVota, PaulHB 139
 0683L.01I - Changes the laws regarding the licensure of residential mortgage brokers and loan originators
HB140Bringer, RachelHB 140
 0667L.01I - Allows law enforcement agencies to hold a suspect arrested without a warrant for up to 24 hours before filing charges
HB141Bringer, RachelHB 141
 0668L.01I - Allows nursing home districts to establish assisted living facilities in third classification counties
HB142Bringer, RachelHB 142
 0669L.01I - Allows dental assistants in third classification counties to perform certain cleaning procedures upon meeting specific training criteria
HB143Portwood, CharlesLembke, JimHB 143
 0519L.02I - Establishes the Missouri Parental Notification Act which prohibits an abortion from being performed on a minor until written notice has been delivered to the parent of the minor
HB144Portwood, CharlesLembke, JimHB 144
 0694L.01I - Defines "next friend" as used in the laws regarding consent to an abortion by a minor
HB145Cunningham, JaneHB 145
 0147L.02I - Changes the laws regarding teacher certification
HB146Hoskins, TheodoreHB 146
 0663L.01I - Authorizes an income tax credit for resident taxpayers who are 65 years of age or older with an adjusted gross income of $25,000 or less
HB147Hoskins, TheodoreHB 147
 0664L.01I - Requires the display of only one license plate rather than two on any motor vehicle
HB148Hunter, SteveWilson, KevinHCS HB 148
 0343L.04C - Changes the laws regarding workers' compensation
HB149Johnson, RobertHB 149
 0139L.01I - Changes absentee voting to advance voting and removes the restrictions on who can vote by this method
HB150Ruestman, MarilynNieves, BrianHB 150
 0115L.01I - Exempts property used for charitable purposes from real and personal property tax
HB151Boykins, AmberHB 151
 0588L.01I - Expands the crime of distribution of controlled substances near schools to include near child care facilities, long-term care facilities, and the residences of in-home child care providers
HB152Boykins, AmberHB 152
 0589L.01I - Establishes another recall election procedure for school board members in metropolitan school districts
HB153Wallace, MaynardHB 153
 0518L.01I - Allows school districts meeting certain requirements to make a one-time transfer of funds from the teacher and incidental funds to the capital projects fund
HB154Ruestman, MarilynHB 154
 0714L.01I - Designates a portion of Interstate 44 in Greene County as the "Congressman Mel Hancock Freeway"
HB155Ruestman, MarilynHB 155
 0766L.01T - Designates a portion of State Highway E in McDonald County as the "Albert Brumley Memorial Highway"
HB156Cooper, NathanHB 156
 0536L.01I - Creates the crime of committing a terrorist act
HB157Harris, BelindaSelby, HaroldHB 157
 0704L.01I - Changes the laws regarding environmental controls and plasma arc technology
HB158Harris, BelindaPage, SamHB 158
 0672L.01I - Requires that all state service contracts awarded after August 28, 2005, must include specifications that employees of contractors or subcontractors be citizens of the United States
HB159Harris, BelindaSelby, HaroldHB 159
 0706L.01I - Revises condemnation procedures and restricts how public entities can take property by condemnation
HB160Harris, BelindaPage, SamHB 160
 0675L.01I - Authorizes minimum pay for certain corrections personnel
HB161Harris, BelindaSelby, HaroldHB 161
 0674L.01I - Reimposes the waste tire fee until January 1, 2010
HB162Smith, JoeJackson, JackieHB 162
 0703L.01I - Extends the application deadline for Korean Conflict medallions, medals, and certificates to January 1, 2006
HB163Smith, JoeJackson, JackieHCS HB 163, 213 & 216
 0737L.02T - Removes the application deadlines and revises the residency requirements for the World War II and Korean War Veterans Medallion programs
HB164Burnett, JohnYaeger, PatriciaHB 164
 0396L.01I - Changes the laws regarding unsecured loans of $500 or less, sometimes referred to as "pay day loans," and allows the Attorney General to maintain an action to enforce compliance
HB165Bringer, RachelHB 165
 0717L.01I - Adds salvia divinorum to the list of schedule I controlled substances
HB166Meadows, TimWildberger, EdHB 166
 0201L.01I - Increases the penalties for persons discharging water contaminants in violation of clean water laws
HB167Meadows, TimRoorda, JeffHB 167
 0191L.02I - Requires persons purchasing pseudoephedrine to provide a photo identification and sign a receipt with their name, the date of the transaction, and the amount purchased
HB168Meadows, TimHarris, BelindaHB 168
 0189L.01I - Prohibits the cloning of a human being
HB169Meadows, TimFraser, BarbaraHB 169
 0190L.01I - Closes the drug benefit coverage gap, also known as the "Donut Hole," created by the federal Medicare Modernization Act of 2003
HB170Tilley, StevenHB 170
 0784L.01I - Requires St. Francois County to spend at least 25% of the special road and bridge tax in the city, town, or village in the county from which the money accrued
HCR1Dempsey, TomHCR 1
 0748L.01I - Authorizes the State of the Judiciary address.
HCR2Dempsey, TomHCR 2
 0747L.01I - Authorizes the State of the State address.
HCR3Jackson, JackieHCR 3
 0095L.01I - Affirms the Missouri Legislature's support of the use of the national motto "In God We Trust" in public buildings in Missouri.
HCR4Burnett, JohnHCR 4
 0242L.01I - Urges the State of Missouri to recognize the yellow with three red stripes heritage and freedom flag as the official flag of the Vietnamese-American community.
HJR1Johnson, RobertHJR 1
 0088L.01I - Proposes a constitutional amendment prohibiting a person from serving in the General Assembly for more than eight consecutive years
HJR2Threlkeld, KevinYates, BrianHJR 2
 0158L.01I - Proposes a constitutional amendment reducing the size of the House of Representatives from the current 163 to 101 beginning in 2013
HJR3Whorton, JimHarris, BelindaHJR 3
 0454L.01I - Proposes a constitutional amendment guaranteeing the right to hunt, fish, and harvest game
HJR5Cooper, NathanHJR 5
 0597L.01I - Proposes a constitutional amendment prohibiting the Governor from reducing appropriations for free public schools
HJR6Dusenberg, GaryYates, BrianHJR 6
 0710L.01I - Proposes a constitutional amendment to replace the Highways and Transportation Commission with a Director of Transportation
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