96th General Assembly, 1st Regular Session
Past Activity Registers
For Actions Recorded on: January 05, 2011

BillSponsorCoSponsorBill String
 Bill Information
HB26Jones, TishauraCurls, ShalonnHB 26
 0168L.01I - Changes voter reauthorization on city earnings taxes from every five years to every 20 years
HB27Sater, DavidHB 27
 0069L.01I - Authorizes an income tax credit to any taxpayer who donates cash or food to a senior citizen services center
HB28Sater, DavidHCS HB 28
 0337L.02P - Establishes the Abortion-inducing Drugs Safety Act which prohibits a non-physician from prescribing an abortion-inducing drug and specifies that a pharmacy cannot be required to be connected with the drug
HB29Sater, DavidHCS HB 29
 0068L.02P - Establishes the Volunteer Health Services Act which allows a licensed health care provider to render volunteer professional health care services for a sponsoring organization
HB30Sater, DavidHB 30
 0077L.01I - Allows a law enforcement officer to request that certain property used to secure personal credit loans from pawnbrokers not be sold for 10 days of the request
HB31Sater, DavidHB 31
 0067L.01I - Establishes the Senior Services Growth and Development Program to provide additional funding for senior services in the state by imposing a surcharge on certain health insurance premiums
HB32Sater, DavidHCS HB 32
 0064L.02P - Allows the State Registrar to issue a heritage birth certificate
HB33Sater, DavidHB 33
 0065L.01I - Requires a motor vehicle driver, when overtaking a bicycle, to pass safety at a distance of not less than three feet
HB34Sater, DavidHB 34
 0109L.02I - Requires the Department of Social Services to apply for a federal waiver to modify the eligibility requirements for the Missouri Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF) Program
HB35Sater, DavidHB 35
 0074L.01I - Increases the rent deposit or security deposit that a landlord may demand from two months' rent to three months' rent
HB36Sater, DavidHB 36
 0073L.01I - Specifies that farm machinery and equipment as it relates to exemptions for sales tax will include certain all-terrain vehicles
HB37Pace, SharonHB 37
 0138L.01I - Prohibits an employer from using a job applicant's personal credit history as a hiring criteria except where the credit history is shown to be directly related to the position sought by the applicant
HB38Pace, SharonSCS HCS HB 38
 0119S.04T - Increases the work-off rate for county prisoners and requires certain administrative officials of jails or detention facilities to notify specified law enforcement of an escape of certain specified felons
HB39Lampe, SaraHB 39
 0326L.02I - Prohibits any elected official of the state from registering or acting as a lobbyist within two years of leaving office
HB40Lampe, SaraHB 40
 0325L.01I - Changes the laws regarding the identification, assessment, and education of children with autism spectrum disorder
HB41Lampe, SaraHB 41
 0324L.01I - Expands the Amber Alert System to include missing endangered persons, specifies the criteria for being a missing endangered person, and changes the system's name to the Amber Alert and Silver Alert System
HB42Loehner, TomHB 42
 0296L.01I - Requires an electrical corporation to pay a surcharge of one-tenth of one cent per kilowatt hour on all nuclear energy produced in the state and sold out of its service territory
HB43Conway, PatLasater, BrentHB 43
 0340L.01I - Adds the counties of Andrew and Buchanan to the list of counties authorized to enact nuisance abatement ordinances regarding the condition of real property
HB44Lampe, SaraHB 44
 0327L.01I - Requires the Revisor of Statutes to make all copies of laws, resolutions, and constitutional measures available electronically to the public and eliminates the printing of certain state documents
HB45Hoskins, DennyAllen, SueSS SCS HCS HB 45
 0145S.06T - Changes the laws regarding the Big Government Get Off My Back Act which provides an income tax deduction for certain small businesses that create new full-time jobs
HB46Diehl, JohnJones, TimothyHCS HB 46
 0114L.03P - Changes the laws regarding fire sprinkler system installations
HB47Cookson, SteveHB 47
 0369L.01I - Requires certain recipients of Temporary Assistance for Needy Families Program benefits to be tested for the illegal use of controlled substances
HB48Cookson, SteveHB 48
 0368L.01I - Exempts motor fuel used to operate school buses transporting students for educational purposes from the motor fuel tax and requires the establishment of a uniform and simplified rule for all exemptions
HB49Meadows, TimHB 49
 0278L.01I - Designates the new Interstate 70 Mississippi River Bridge connecting downtown St. Louis and southwestern Illinois as the "Stan 'The Man' Musial Mississippi River Expressway Bridge"
HB50Taylor, SylvesterReiboldt, BillHB 50
 0196L.01I - Eliminates the tax on a one-time early distribution from certain annuities or retirement plans when the distribution does not exceed 20% of the total balance of the account
HB51Taylor, SylvesterHigdon, GalenHB 51
 0371L.01I - Authorizes a $2 surcharge to be collected in all criminal cases involving a state traffic law violation to be disbursed equally for law enforcement and fire safety training
HB52Ellinger, RoryNichols, MaryHB 52
 0341L.01I - Requires the Department of Revenue to establish the necessary rules to implement the compliance provisions of the multistate Streamlined Sales and Use Tax Agreement
HB53Meadows, TimHB 53
 0226L.01I - Prohibits any entity that is authorized to issue traffic tickets from using an automated speed enforcement system to enforce speeding violations except in a school, construction, or work zone
HB54Dugger, TonyHB 54
 0387L.01I - Repeals the provision that requires a political party's emblem to be printed on an election ballot above the party caption
HB55Sater, DavidHB 55
 0066L.01I - Authorizes a state and local sales and use tax exemption for over-the-counter or nonprescription drugs which are prescribed by a practitioner and certain medical equipment, supplies, or devices
HB56Brown, MichaelHB 56
 0399L.01I - Authorizes a tax credit for employers who hire certain high school students for summer employment
HB57Brown, MichaelHB 57
 0400L.01I - Establishes the Missouri Commission on Prevention and Management of Obesity
HB58Brown, MichaelHB 58
 0408L.01I - Establishes the Missouri and Midwest High-Speed Rail Commission Act and the Missouri and Midwest High-Speed Rail Commission
HB59Brown, MichaelHB 59
 0401L.01I - Requires the State Board of Education to establish a coordinated health program board to develop a program on the prevention of student obesity, cardiovascular disease, and type II diabetes
HB60Nolte, JerryScharnhorst, DwightHB 60
 0211L.01I - Limits the increase in assessed valuation of residential property by the percentage of increase in the federal Social Security benefits for the elderly and disabled who own and live in their principal residence
HB61Nolte, JerryScharnhorst, DwightHCS HB 61
 0206L.02P - Prohibits the state minimum wage from exceeding the federal minimum wage and specifies that every employer must pay each employee receiving gratuities as compensation a wage of $3.63 per hour
HB62Nolte, JerryScharnhorst, DwightHB 62
 0173L.01I - Adds citizenship information to the sexual offender registration form and requires the State Highway Patrol to report to the federal government any non-U.S. citizen on the sexual offender registry
HB63Curls, ShalonnHB 63
 0430L.01I - Prohibits any employee of a seller of cigarettes or tobacco products who is younger than 18 years of age from selling cigarettes or tobacco products in the course of his or her employment
HB64Curls, ShalonnHB 64
 0431L.01I - Changes the laws regarding unclaimed and abandoned property
HB65Curls, ShalonnHB 65
 0429L.01I - Requires the Department of Corrections to establish the Shock Time for Felony Probationers Program to give courts an alternative to imposing a sentence for nonviolent offenders who have violated their probation
HB66Curls, ShalonnHB 66
 0428L.01I - Allows the court to suspend imposition of an adult sentence in cases where there is dual jurisdiction and the offender has been transferred from juvenile court to a court of general jurisdiction
HB67Scharnhorst, DwightHB 67
 0464L.01I - Establishes provisions regarding the licensure of tanning facilities by the Department of Health and Senior Services
HB68Scharnhorst, DwightHB 68
 0463L.01T - Prohibits a political subdivision from imposing a fine or penalty on the owner of a pay telephone on the owner's property for a call made to an emergency telephone service from the pay telephone
HB69Jones, TimothyWallingford, WayneHB 69
 0099L.01I - Allows for a special license plate for a member of the International Conference of Police Chaplains who has completed the requirements for basic certification as a police chaplain
HB70Phillips, DonRowland, LyleHCS HB 70
 0379L.02T - Changes the compensation and mileage allowance for certain members of a county highway commission
HB71Nasheed, JamilahTilley, StevenSS HB 71
 0030S.06F - Allows the City of St. Louis to establish and maintain a municipal police force completely under the city's authority
HB72Torpey, NoelHB 72
 0197L.04I - Prohibits statewide elected officials or members of the General Assembly elected for their first term in office on or after November 2, 2010, from acting, serving, or registering as a lobbyist
HB73Brandom, EllenLeach, MelissaSS SCS HCS HB 73 & 47
 0434S.05T - Requires certain applicants for and recipients of Temporary Assistance for Needy Families Program benefits to be tested for illegal drug use and the benefit card to include a photo of the recipient or payee
HB74Curls, ShalonnCarter, ChrisHB 74
 0451L.01I - Specifies that certain felons will be eligible for federal food stamp program benefits
HB75Curls, ShalonnNasheed, JamilahHB 75
 0427L.01I - Authorizes expungement of certain criminal records including convictions for nonviolent felonies and misdemeanor, municipal, or traffic offenses
HB76Nolte, JerryFisher, BarneyHCS HB 76
 0446L.04P - Changes the laws regarding the corporate franchise tax
HB77Nolte, JerryFisher, BarneyHB 77
 0383L.01I - Reduces over a five-year period the annual corporate franchise tax rate from one-forty-fourth of 1% until no tax is imposed beginning January 1, 2016
HB78Nolte, JerryFisher, BarneyHB 78
 0450L.01I - Authorizes an income tax exemption for the business income of any individual or corporation to be phased-in over five years until the exemption is 50% of the taxpayer's Missouri taxable business income
HB79Nolte, JerryFisher, BarneyHB 79
 0172L.01P - Authorizes the issuance of a military medallion, medal, and certificate to certain veterans who served in specified conflicts regardless of whether they are or ever were legal Missouri residents
HB80Nolte, JerrySchad, RodneyHB 80
 0200L.01I - Changes when tax statements must be mailed in all counties of the first classification from at least 30 days to at least 45 days before the delinquent date
HB81Nolte, JerryFisher, BarneyHB 81
 0201L.01I - Exempts new vehicles assembled and sold in Missouri on or after January 1, 2011, from state sales and use taxes
HB82Nolte, JerryFisher, BarneyHB 82
 0207L.01I - Defines "small modular reactors" and allows energy produced by these reactors to be used to meet the Renewable Energy Standard percentage requirements for investor-owned electric utilities
HB83Nolte, JerryZerr, AnneHCS HB 83
 0444L.02T - Specifies that an agreement to operate or share an automated teller machine cannot prohibit the owner or operator of the machine from imposing an access fee or surcharge on foreign bank transactions
HB84McGhee, MikeHB 84
 0290L.01I - Establishes in statute the Missouri State Park Board which is responsible for managing the Historical Marker Program
HB85McGhee, MikeHB 85
 0288L.01I - Authorizes an income tax credit for taxpayers who use processed biomass engineered fiber fuel
HB86McGhee, MikeHB 86
 0289L.01I - Authorizes corporations or unincorporated associations to be represented in small claims court by their president or vice-president for any claim of $500 or less for certain actions to remove a tenant
HB87McGhee, MikeHB 87
 0292L.01I - Provides an annual 2% pay increase in Fiscal Year 2013 through Fiscal Year 2015 for non-custodial employees in certain divisions of the Department of Corrections
HB88Gatschenberger, ChuckHB 88
 0377L.02P - Allows a public administrator to file a petition to transfer a case to another county and requires the court to transfer the case if certain requirements are met and the receiving county consents to the transfer
HB89Pollock, DarrellDenison, CharlieSS#2 SCS HCS HB 89
 0385S.12T - Changes the laws regarding natural resources
HB90Scharnhorst, DwightHB 90
 0548L.01I - Prohibits a political subdivision from adopting an ordinance, rule, or code that would require mandatory installation of a sprinkler system in new residential construction
HB91Nolte, JerryHCS HB 91
 0626L.03C - Specifies that an employer and his or her employees will not be liable for any injury or death for which compensation is recoverable under provisions of the Workers' Compensation Law
HB92Molendorp, ChrisHB 92
 0552L.01I - Authorizes school districts to enter into design-build contracts for construction projects
HB93Shively, TomHB 93
 0632L.01I - Prohibits all drivers, regardless of age, from text messaging while operating a moving motor vehicle on any highway in this state
HB94Dugger, TonyWells, DonHB 94
 0412L.01I - Repeals the Puppy Mill Cruelty Prevention Act passed as Proposition B by voters in November 2010
HB95Dugger, TonyHB 95
 0649L.01I - Allows certain municipalities to cancel nonpartisan elections when there are the same number of candidates as open offices
HB96Flanigan, TomHB 96
 0665L.01I - Imposes penalties for persistent violations of air or water pollution laws by recycling companies that convert animal parts into petroleum
HB97Ruzicka, DonHB 97
 0611L.01I - Extends the public notice requirements of the Clean Water Commission when listing any impaired waters and extends the commission's authority to charge specified fees related to water pollution control
HB98Ruzicka, DonHB 98
 0610L.01P - Extends from June 30, 2011, to December 31, 2015, the 50-cent fee that is collected on the retail sale of a lead-acid battery as well as the fees for any hazardous waste generated
HB99Loehner, TomReiboldt, BillHB 99
 0103L.01I - Exempts all shelters, pounds, kennels, pet shops, facilities, dealers, and breeders licensed under specified statutes prior to November 2, 2011, from the provisions of the Puppy Mill Cruelty Prevention Act
HB100Loehner, TomReiboldt, BillHCS HB 100
 0142L.03C - Affirms the right of Missouri citizens to raise livestock in a humane manner without the state imposing an undue burden on their owners
HB101Loehner, TomCCS SCS HB 101
 0059S.03T - Changes the laws regarding liquor control
HB102Nance, BobSifton, ScottHB 102
 0297L.01I - Reauthorizes the provisions regarding the Missouri Homestead Preservation Act until December 31, 2016
HB103Nance, BobNolte, JerryHB 103
 0452L.01I - Allows the Department of Conservation, in collaboration with the Department of Natural Resources, to establish a program for good forestry management
HB104Nance, BobGatschenberger, ChuckHB 104
 0465L.01I - Requires 50% of the revenue generated from fines and court costs which are collected as a result of a red light traffic violation on a state highway to be distributed to the Department of Transportation
HB105Nance, BobGatschenberger, ChuckHB 105
 0176L.01I - Changes the laws regarding the requirements of the governing body of a city, town, or village when its annual revenue from fines and court costs for traffic violations exceed 35% of its total annual revenue
HB106Sater, DavidHB 106
 0545L.01I - Prohibits a sheltered workshop's board of directors from holding in reserve any general operating moneys in excess of one year's estimated annual general operating costs with certain specified exceptions
HB107Smith, JasonBrandom, EllenHB 107
 0534L.02P - Requires special elections to fill certain vacancies in the positions of United States Senator, Lieutenant Governor, Attorney General, Secretary of State, State Auditor, and State Treasurer
HB108Smith, JasonHCS HB 108
 0650L.02P - Changes the laws regarding contributions to political action committees
HB109Wells, DonPollock, DarrellHB 109
 0409L.01T - Repeals the provisions allowing the State Treasurer to invest in any linked deposit for specified purposes only for certain time periods
HCR1Jones, TimothyHCR 1
 0690L.01I - State of the State Wednesday, January 19, 2011, at 7:00p.m.
HCR2Jones, TimothyHCR 2
 0691L.01I - Joint Session to receive a message from Chief Justice William Ray Price, Jr., Wednesday, February 2, 2011, at 10:30a.m.
HCR3Scharnhorst, DwightParkinson, MarkHCR 3
 0535L.01I - Submits to Congress a proposed federal balanced budget amendment to the United States Constitution
HJR1Allen, SueFlanigan, TomHJR 1
 0167L.01I - Proposes a constitutional amendment prohibiting a bill from being introduced unless accompanied by a memo detailing its title, purpose, summary of sections, constitutional authority, and fiscal impact
HJR2McGhee, MikeWallingford, WayneHJR 2
 0293L.01T - Proposes a constitutional amendment guaranteeing a citizen's right to pray and worship on public property and reaffirming a citizen's right to choose any or no religion
HJR3Loehner, TomReiboldt, BillHCS HJR 3
 0141L.02P - Proposes a constitutional amendment affirming the right of persons to raise livestock in a humane manner without the state imposing an undue economic burden on their owners
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