98th General Assembly, 1st Regular Session
Past Activity Registers
For Actions Recorded on: January 08, 2015

BillSponsorCoSponsorBill String
 Bill Information
HB26Dugger, TonyHB 26
 0542H.01I - Establishes the Civil Justice Funding Model Act
HB27Kratky, MicheleHB 27
 0157L.01I - Prohibits drivers of non-commercial vehicles from text messaging while operating a moving vehicle unless the device being used is equipped with technology allowing for voice-recognition hands-free texting
HB28Kratky, MicheleHB 28
 0156L.01I - Modifies the crime of unlawful use of weapons by changing possession of a firearm while also "knowingly" in possession of a controlled substance to "illegally" in possession of a controlled substance
HB29Dugger, TonyHB 29
 0380H.01P - Changes the laws regarding the foreign ownership of agricultural land
HB30Dugger, TonyHB 30
 0227H.01P - Requires a person to submit a specified form of photo identification in order to vote in a public election with specified exemptions
HB31Gosen, DonHB 31
 0152H.01I - Changes the laws regarding the defense of lawsuits against insureds
HB32Hoskins, DennyHB 32
 0508H.01P - Modifies the "Big Government Get Off My Back Act"
HB33Walker, NateHCS HB 33
 0385H.02P - Changes the laws regarding public safety officers who are eligible for a survivor's and disabled employee's educational grant and the disbursement of any unpaid workers compensation into his or her estate
HB34Walker, NateHB 34
 0383H.01P - Designates a portion of Highway 63 in Adair County as the "Harriet Beard Highway"
HB35Walker, NateHCS HBs 35 & 323
 0388H.02P - Allows camping trailers more than 25 years old to be permanently registered and be issued historic trailer license plates
HB36Walker, NateHB 36
 0384H.01I - Allows owners of vehicles to only have a rear license plate if the mounting of a front license plate poses an undue hardship to the owner or destruction to the vehicle
HB37Walker, NateHB 37
 0386H.01I - Changes the laws regarding child custody, visitation rights, and adoption
HB38Pace, SharonHB 38
 0036L.01I - Requires a peace officer to attend a training course in diversity and sensitivity and a course that teaches tactics and techniques during situations of unrest and peaceful demonstrations
HB39Pace, SharonHB 39
 0037L.01I - Requires video cameras to be worn by uniformed police officers while interacting with the public and in police vehicles primarily used for traffic stops
HB40Pace, SharonHB 40
 0039L.01I - Requires peace officers to undergo a psychological evaluation every three years
HB41Wood, DavidSCS HB 41
 0043S.02T - Removes portions of the school funding formula that are no longer relevant due to the passage of time
HB42Wood, DavidCCS SCS HCS HB 42
 0046H.14T - Changes the laws regarding elementary and secondary education
HB43Wood, DavidHB 43
 0194L.01I - Establishes guidelines for statewide student assessments
HB44Webber, StephenHCS HB 44
 0496H.04C - Requires the Department of Labor and Industrial Relations to create best practice guidelines in gender pay equality for state and local government and private businesses
HB45Lant, BillHB 45
 0322H.01I - Specifies that a child abuse or neglect investigation may be extended if requested by local law enforcement
HB46Lant, BillHB 46
 0548H.01I - Requires the State Board of Mediation to conduct an election to certify the exclusive bargaining representatives of an appropriate collective bargaining unit for certain public employees every two years
HB47Lant, BillHB 47
 0546H.01I - Specifies that all individuals shall be guaranteed the freedom to work without being required to join or pay dues to any labor organization
HB48Lant, BillHB 48
 0547H.01I - Prohibits any public employee from being required to pay dues or other fees to a labor organization
HB49Kirkton, JeanneHB 49
 0032L.01I - Adds board certified psychiatric-mental health nurse practitioners or clinical nurse specialists to the list of medical professionals from whom treatment costs may be compensated
HB50Gosen, DonSCS HCS HB 50
 0136S.04T - Changes the requirements for disclosure of information regarding insurance holding companies
HB51Walton Gray, RochelleHB 51
 0142L.04I - Establishes the Community Relations Training Program for Peace Officers
HB52Walton Gray, RochelleHB 52
 0272L.03I - Establishes a Task Force on Civilian Review Boards
HB53Walton Gray, RochelleHB 53
 0264L.01I - Requires new city council members to receive training and orientation
HB54Walton Gray, RochelleHB 54
 0124L.02I - Allows schools to incorporate criminal justice instruction into curriculum
HB55Walton Gray, RochelleHB 55
 0271L.01I - Requires St. Louis County, St. Louis City, and Kansas City to post on its internet website how to set up a civilian review board along with other pertinent information
HB56Walton Gray, RochelleHB 56
 0282L.01I - Requires peace officers to complete a module to determine if they are culturally competent
HB57Walton Gray, RochelleHB 57
 0123L.01I - Prohibits additional penalties if a person fails to appear once in a 12-month period in municipal court for a traffic or ordinance violation and prohibits an arrest warrant for two or more failures to appear
HB58Walton Gray, RochelleHB 58
 0265L.01I - Allows community service in lieu of a fine for certain traffic offenses
HB59Walton Gray, RochelleHB 59
 0263L.01I - Requires certain disclosures by a person applying for a position as a peace officer
HB60Walton Gray, RochelleHB 60
 0082L.01I - Requires community service in lieu of a fine for certain traffic offenses for 15 to 17 year olds and 18 year olds if enrolled in high school
HB61Walton Gray, RochelleHB 61
 0107L.02I - Requires the juvenile court to consider school attendance in lieu of the juvenile being detained or fined for misdemeanor violations, violating an ordinance, or as a condition of probation
HB62Walton Gray, RochelleHB 62
 0080L.02I - Requires any officer-involved deaths to be investigated by a law enforcement agency that does not employ a law enforcement officer involved in the death being investigated
HB63Dugger, TonySS SCS HCS#2 HB 63
 0545S.13T - Changes the laws regarding persons seeking public office
HB64Dugger, TonyHB 64
 0558H.01P - Modifies provisions relating to open-end credit fees
HB65Dugger, TonyHB 65
 0559H.01I - Specifies that official ballot measure challenges must be adjudicated within 56 days before the election in which the measure will be voted on
HB66Dugger, TonyHB 66
 0557H.01I - Removes a current utility bill and bank statement as acceptable forms of identification to receive a ballot
HB67Dugger, TonyHCS HB 67
 0228H.03C - Modifies provisions related to elections
HB68Berry, T.J.HB 68
 0317H.01I - Allows a motor vehicle dealer up to 21 days after the sale or transfer of a motor vehicle or trailer to deliver the certificate of ownership to the buyer
HB69Lant, BillHB 69
 0620H.01I - Allows public bodies to opt out of prevailing wage laws for the construction of public works projects that are $750,000 or less
HB70Gosen, DonHCS HB 70
 0146H.04P - Changes the requirements for the valuation of reserves for life insurance
HB71Walton Gray, RochelleHB 71
 0404L.01I - Establishes a task force on police officer presence in schools and communities
HB72Walton Gray, RochelleHB 72
 0262L.01I - Establishes a program on police officer presence in schools and communities within the Department of Public Safety
HB73Ellington, BrandonHB 73
 0580L.01I - Increases the state minimum wage to $10.25 per hour
HB74Ellington, BrandonHB 74
 0581L.01I - Requires the Department of Corrections to perform specified actions to improve the ability of working inmates to obtain employment upon release from incarceration
HB75Ellington, BrandonHB 75
 0578L.01I - Requires uniformed law enforcement officers to wear a video camera while on duty to record any interaction between a law enforcement officer and a member of the public and to preserve the recordings for 30 days
HB76Ellington, BrandonHB 76
 0577L.01I - Requires uniformed law enforcement officers to wear a video camera while on duty to record any interaction between a law enforcement officer and a member of the public and to preserve the recordings for 30 days
HB77Ellington, BrandonHB 77
 0579L.01I - Allows certain small businesses to be eligible to claim any state tax credit, deduction, and other exemption from tax that specified corporations are allowed to claim
HB78Higdon, GalenHB 78
 0614H.01I - Creates the Alcohol and Tobacco Control Trust Fund consisting of specified fees collected by the Director of Revenue to be used for the administration and regulation of the liquor control and tobacco laws
HB79Anderson, SonyaHCS HB 79
 0533H.02C - Changes the laws regarding the confiscation of animals
HB80Anderson, SonyaHB 80
 0570H.01I - Specifies that it is a crime to falsely represent oneself to be a public servant by displaying a badge
HB81Anderson, SonyaHB 81
 0531H.01I - Changes the laws regarding consent for a minor to have an abortion
HB82Mims, BonnayeHB 82
 0617L.01I - Requires public institutions of higher education to adopt policies on student favoritism
HB83Curtman, PaulHB 83
 0099L.01I - Requires a utility to offer to residential customers on a fixed income the opportunity to pay their utility bill on a reasonable schedule that is adjusted for their periodic receipt of income
HB84Mims, BonnayeHB 84
 0618L.01I - Exempts rental security deposits from attachment and execution in a bankruptcy proceeding
HB86Walton Gray, RochelleHB 86
 0186L.01I - Establishes the Sickle Cell Standing Committee to study and make recommendations regarding the impact of sickle cell disease on urban communities
HB87Walton Gray, RochelleHB 87
 0189L.01I - Establishes a community schools grant program in St. Louis City, St. Louis County, Jackson County, and Kansas City
HB88Walton Gray, RochelleHB 88
 0185L.01T - Designates July 3 of each year as "Organ Donor Recognition Day"
HB89Walton Gray, RochelleHB 89
 0240L.01I - Establishes a Council for Community Education within the Department of Elementary and Secondary Education
HB90Berry, T.J.HB 90
 0305H.01I - Changes the membership of the Mental Health Commission
HB91Gosen, DonHB 91
 0141H.01I - Changes the laws regarding unsecured loans of $750 or less, commonly known as payday loans
HB92Miller, RockySS HB 92
 0070S.02T - Changes the laws regarding the Department of Natural Resources
HB93Miller, RockyHB 93
 0164H.01I - Modifies the Wine and Grape tax credit program
HB94Miller, RockyHB 94
 0182H.01I - Repeals provisions that prohibit specified state employees from being a candidate for public office and changes the laws regarding the political activities of state employees
HB95Miller, RockyHCS HB 95
 0111H.03P - Allows an insurance policyholder to petition the court for reimbursement of insurance costs as they occur during the pendency of a dissolution of marriage or legal separation
HB96Barnes, JayHB 96
 0371H.01I - Establishes the requirements for certain authorized entities to stock a supply of epinephrine auto-injectors for emergency administration
HB97Haahr, ElijahHB 97
 0494H.01I - Changes the vote required to pass a statewide ballot measure from a majority vote to sixty percent of the votes cast
HB98Walton Gray, RochelleHB 98
 0645L.01I - Requires community service in lieu of a fine for certain traffic offenses for defendants twenty-one years of age or under
HB99Miller, RockyHB 99
 0114H.01I - Changes the laws regarding abortions and alternatives-to-abortion agencies
HB100Gosen, DonSCS HB 100
 0268S.03C - Changes the laws regarding financial responsibility requirements for certified commercial pesticide applicators
HB101Redmon, CraigHB 101
 0357H.01P - Changes the laws regarding sales and use tax exemptions for utilities used or consumed in the preparation of food
HB102Redmon, CraigHB 102
 0173H.01I - Increases the membership of the Highways and Transportation Commission to seven commissioners and requires new appointees to be residents of different Department of Transportation districts
HB103Berry, T.J.HB 103
 0319H.01I - Specifies that no title insurer, title agent, title agency, or person adversely affected by the filing of a fraudulent title document shall be liable to any other party adversely affected
HB104Haahr, ElijahHCS HB 104
 0177H.02P - Creates the Student Freedom of Association Act
HB105Pace, SharonHCS HB 105
 0405H.02C - 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
HB106Pace, SharonHB 106
 0406L.01I - Allows misdemeanor offenses for stealing to be expunged
HB107Pace, SharonHB 107
 0408L.01I - Creates the crimes of assault of an employee of a mass transit system while in the scope of his or her duties in the first, second, and third degrees
HB108McCaherty, JohnHB 108
 0269H.01P - Establishes a two-year statute of limitations for actions against a mental health professional for malpractice, negligence, error, or mistake
HB109Higdon, GalenHB 109
 0656H.01I - Requires any person who holds himself or herself out as an advanced radiology practitioner or radiologic technologist to be licensed by the State Board of Registration for the Healing Arts
HB110McCaherty, JohnHCS HB 110
 0647H.02R - Authorizes three new tax credits for port facilities
HB111Crawford, SandyHB 111
 0506H.01T - Changes the laws regarding sales tax on used manufactured homes
HB112Franklin, DianeHCS HB 112
 0409H.02P - Allows various state boards to collaborate with the Department of Health and Senior Services or other entities to collect and analyze workforce data to assess the availability of qualified health care professionals
HB113Kidd, BillHB 113
 0474H.01I - Establishes "Simon's Law", which changes the laws regarding life-sustaining or nonbeneficial treatment policies of health care facilities
HB114Cross, Gary L.HB 114
 0472L.01I - Increases, beginning January 1, 2015, the income tax deduction for federal income tax liability to $10,000 for an individual and $20,000 for taxpayers filing combined returns
HB115Redmon, CraigHB 115
 0356H.01I - Requires owners of bicycles and other non-motor vehicles operating on highways to carry liability insurance
HB116Burlison, EricSCS HCS HBs 116 & 569
 0562S.04T - Prohibits an employer from requiring a person to become a member of a labor organization as a condition or continuation of employment
HB117Burlison, EricHCS HB 117
 0503H.02P - Modifies provisions relating to sales tax on admission or fees to places of amusement and entertainment
HB118Burlison, EricHB 118
 0725H.01P - Establishes a statutory cause of action replacing the common law action for damages against a health care provider for personal injury arising out of the rendering of or failure to render health services
HB119Lichtenegger, DonnaHCS HB 119
 0306H.02P - Requires a public water system to notify the Department of Natural Resources, the Department of Health and Senior Services, and its customers at least 90 days prior to a vote to cease fluoridation
HB120Davis, CharlieHCS HB 120
 0731H.02P - Establishes the Password Privacy Protection Act
HB121Gosen, DonHCS HB 121
 0140H.02P - Requires a brew-on-premises facility to obtain a license from the Division of Alcohol and Tobacco control
HB122McGaugh, Joe DonHCS HB 122
 0706H.04P - Specifies that an individual who is occupying private property under the authority of the property owner must be permitted to use deadly force in certain situations
HB123McGaugh, Joe DonHB 123
 0705L.01I - Designates the white-tailed deer as the official state game animal
HB124Black, LindaHB 124
 0532H.01I - Requires the Department of Health and Senior Services to create a video that contains all of the information that must be provided to a woman considering an abortion
HB125Black, LindaHB 125
 0544H.01T - Specifies that the directors of any industrial development corporation formed by a municipality in St. Francois County may be taxpayers and registered voters in the county
HB126Brattin, RickHB 126
 0415H.01I - Requires all employers and business entities to enroll and actively participate in a federal work authorization program and imposes stricter penalties for employing an unauthorized alien
HB128Brattin, RickHB 128
 0550H.01I - Changes the laws regarding tort liability associated with the concealed carry of firearms
HB129Brattin, RickHCS HB 129
 0417H.02P - Requires all inmates receiving an on-site non-emergency medical examination or treatment from correctional center personnel to be charged 50 cents per visit
HB130Rehder, HollyHCS HB 130
 0169H.02P - Establishes the Prescription Drug Monitoring Program Act
HB131Brattin, RickHB 131
 0411H.01I - Requires the written consent of the father of the child before an abortion can be performed, with certain exceptions
HB132Brattin, RickHCS HB 132
 0423H.02P - Authorizes an exemption from the motor fuel tax for motor fuel used in watercraft in this state
HB133Rowland, LyleHB 133
 0249H.01P - Designates a bridge in Ozark County as the "Irwin C. Cudworth Memorial Bridge"
HB134Rowland, LyleHB 134
 0360H.01P - Designates a portion of Highway 160 in Ozark County as "The Jerry Corp Memorial Highway"
HB135Rowland, LyleHB 135
 0096H.01I - Allows a school district to use a calendar based on hours of attendance, rather than hours and days of attendance, if the minimum number of hours is at least 1,080 hours of actual pupil attendance
HB136Pfautsch, DonnaHB 136
 0499H.01I - Changes the laws regarding audits for transportation development districts
HB137McCaherty, JohnSS HCS HB 137
 0724S.03T - Changes the laws regarding competitive bidding for a contract license office
HB138Reiboldt, BillHCS HB 138
 0335H.02C - Changes the laws regarding financial responsibility requirements for certified commercial pesticide applicators
HB139Reiboldt, BillHB 139
 0338H.01I - Changes the laws regarding weight limitations for vehicles hauling livestock or agricultural products on state highways
HB140Reiboldt, BillHB 140
 0339H.01I - Establishes the Missouri Dairy and Agriculture Education Act
HB141Reiboldt, BillHCS HB 141
 0337H.02P - Repeals a provision relating to beef commodity merchandising program fees
HB142Sommer, ChrissyHB 142
 0743H.01I - Revises the definition of "service dog" to include animals that provide support or therapeutic functions for individuals with psychiatric or mental disabilities
HB143Nichols, MaryHB 143
 0432L.01I - Doubles the fine for littering with cigarettes or cigars
HB144Nichols, MaryHB 144
 0482L.01I - Establishes provisions relating to anti-theft protections for smartphones and wireless communications devices
HB145Gosen, DonHB 145
 0145H.02I - Changes the laws regarding indemnity agreements for construction contracts
HB146Reiboldt, BillHB 146
 0453H.02I - Changes the laws regarding agriculture
HB147Solon, SheilaHB 147
 0572H.01I - Requires vapor products, including electronic cigarette liquids, to be sold in child-safe packaging
HB148Fitzpatrick, ScottHB 148
 0659L.01P - Specifies that beginning January 1, 2016, certain shareholders of S corporations may elect to reject workers' compensation insurance coverage
HB149Fitzpatrick, ScottHB 149
 0735L.01P - Allows any person to apply for a liquor license to sell intoxicating liquor on a boat carrying 30 passengers or more
HB150Fitzpatrick, ScottHB 150
 0637H.01T - Modifies the duration of unemployment compensation, the method to pay federal advances, and raises the fund trigger causing contribution rate reductions
HB151Messenger, JeffreyHB 151
 0100H.01I - Prohibits any public funds or governmental economic incentives to be authorized for a project involving abortion services, human cloning, or prohibited human research
HB152Haahr, ElijahCCS SCS HB 152
 0176H.03S - Expands the crime of sexual trafficking of a child to include advertising a child participating in a commercial sexual act
HB153Gardner, KimberlyHB 153
 0205L.01I - Changes the laws regarding eligibility for MO HealthNet benefits
HB154Gardner, KimberlyHB 154
 0207L.01I - Establishes the Missouri Senior Farmers' Market Nutrition Program to provide low-income seniors with fresh Missouri-grown produce
HB155Gardner, KimberlyHB 155
 0208L.01I - Requires all health care professionals in this state to complete cultural competency training in school and as continuing education for licensure, certification, or registration
HB156Gardner, KimberlyHB 156
 0209L.01I - Changes the laws regarding penalties for first degree murder when the person is under 18 years of age at the time the offense was committed
HB157Gardner, KimberlyHB 157
 0202L.01I - Prohibits requiring peace officers to issue a specific number of citations within a designated period of time
HB158Rehder, HollyHB 158
 0761H.01I - Prohibits any public employee from being required to pay dues or other fees to a labor organization
HB159Rehder, HollyHCS HBs 159 & 570
 0764H.02C - Prohibits any public employee from being required to pay dues or other fees to a labor organization
HB160McGaugh, Joe DonHB 160
 0701L.01I - Establishes the Political Accountability in Campaigning Act
HB161Gosen, DonHB 161
 0663H.01I - Prohibits all drivers, regardless of age, from text messaging while operating of a moving motor vehicle and increases the penalty for the crime of texting while driving
HB162Norr, CharlieHB 162
 0554H.01I - Requires landlords with 20 or more rental units to place security deposits in escrow bank accounts
HB163Norr, CharlieHB 163
 0556H.01I - Establishes the Controlled Substances Contaminated Property Cleanup Act
HB164Kolkmeyer, GlenHB 164
 0635H.01I - Repeals a provision prohibiting certain trucks from being driven in the far left-hand lane of certain highways
HB165Gosen, DonHCS HB 165
 0311H.03C - Changes the laws regarding the advertisement of alcohol prices or discounts
HB166Ellington, BrandonHB 166
 0688L.01I - Allows marijuana convictions to be expunged for certain persons contingent upon the passage of a constitutional amendment or other statutory enactment legalizing marijuana
HB167Ellington, BrandonHB 167
 0683L.01I - Removes the statute of limitation for certain actions to recover damages regarding child abuse and sexual offenses committed against a child and allows prosecutions for child abuse to be commenced at any time
HB168Ellington, BrandonHB 168
 0680L.01I - Requires all food and food products sold in Missouri that are or contain genetically modified products to be labeled indicating that the food is or contains genetically modified products
HB169Ellington, BrandonHB 169
 0682L.01I - Establishes the Economic Development Grant Program to be used to reopen a closed manufacturing factory
HB170Ellington, BrandonHB 170
 0686L.01I - Specifies that a person applying for state employment, public assistance, or state housing assistance cannot be required to disclose any prior nonviolent felony plea or conviction with certain exceptions
HB171Ellington, BrandonHB 171
 0679L.01I - Increases, from 15 days to 60 days, the time after a child's birth that the father has to file an action to establish paternity prior to an adoption or to file a notice with the Putative Father Registry
HB172Ellington, BrandonHB 172
 0677L.01I - Establishes the Malcolm X Day Commission to organize activities and events in honor of the civil rights leader
HB173Ellington, BrandonHB 173
 0685L.01I - Designates May 19 as "Malcolm X Observation Day" in Missouri
HB174Ellington, BrandonHB 174
 0681L.01I - Establishes the Missouri Supporting Families Income Tax Holiday Act which allows an exemption from state withholding taxes for state employees in a specified month determined by the Department of Revenue
HB175May, KarlaHB 175
 0350L.01I - Establishes the Family Education Leave Act
HB176May, KarlaHB 176
 0353L.01I - Requires a three-day waiting period for delivery of a firearm after purchase at retail and a purchaser of a firearm at retail to view a video on gun violence prior to the purchase
HB177May, KarlaHB 177
 0351L.01I - Establishes the Joint Committee on Missouri Division of Workers' Compensation
HB178May, KarlaHB 178
 0352L.01I - Changes the laws regarding arrearages and the expungement of certain records related to criminal nonsupport
HB179Chipman, JasonHB 179
 0256H.02T - Allows a retired military member to provide a Veterans' Identification Card issued by the United States Department of Veterans Affairs in order to receive a veteran designation on his or her driver's license
HB180Cookson, SteveHCS HB 180
 0655H.04P - Increases the penalty for knowingly allowing a minors to drink or possess alcohol or failing to stop a minor from drinking or possessing alcohol
HB181Haahr, ElijahHCS HB 181
 0079H.02C - Changes the laws regarding medical records of deceased patients
HB182Haahr, ElijahHB 182
 0078H.01I - Changes the laws regarding custody and visitation rights of a father who attempted to coerce the mother of his child to obtain an abortion
HB183Rhoads, ShawnHB 183
 0414H.02I - Allows Howell County to provide for additional court costs to fund a justice center for the county
HB184Zerr, AnneHB 184
 0068H.01I - Allows hunting privileges to be denied for up to 10 years for any person who while hunting inflicts injury resulting in death of another person
HB185Love, WarrenHB 185
 0828H.01P - Specifies that ambulance district public funds deposited in certain banking institutions are secured
HB186Hansen, JimHB 186
 0742H.01I - Modifies provisions relating to community improvement districts
HB187Fitzpatrick, ScottHCS HB 187
 0045L.02P - Changes the laws regarding postsecondary students in unlawful status in the United States
HB188Rowden, CalebHB 188
 0440H.01I - Modifies provisions related to ethics
HB189Swan, KathrynHB 189
 0081H.01I - Establishes licensure requirements for music therapists
HB190Swan, KathrynHB 190
 0458H.01P - Changes the laws regarding the protection of women's health care
HB193Swan, KathrynHB 193
 0116H.01I - Authorizes the entering of the Emergency Medical Service personnel licensure interstate compact
HB194Redmon, CraigHB 194
 0837H.01I - Modifies provisions relating to the imposition of local sales tax on the titling of motor vehicles, trailers, boats, or outboard motors purchased from non-licensed Missouri dealers
HB195Love, WarrenHB 195
 0833H.01I - Changes the laws regarding the prevailing hourly rate of wages
HB196Love, WarrenHB 196
 0873H.01I - Prohibits any state agency from excluding any specific species of livestock from processing through the agricultural or environmental permitting process
HB197Love, WarrenHB 197
 0830H.01I - Specifies how certain counties should distribute annual payments from the federal "payments in lieu of taxes" program
HB198Morris, LynnHCS HB 198
 0786H.02P - Prohibits a health carrier or health benefit plan from denying coverage for dispensing drugs prescribed for the treatment of chronic illnesses to synchronize the refilling of prescriptions for a patient
HB199Morris, LynnHB 199
 0784L.01I - Requires nonresident pharmacies and drug distributors to have a current license from their home state in order to renew their non-resident pharmacy or distributor license in Missouri
HB200Morris, LynnHB 200
 0787L.01I - Establishes the "Tricia Leann Tharp Act" that requires pharmacists to receive two hours of continuing education on suicide prevention as a requirement for license renewal
HB201Morris, LynnHB 201
 0785L.01I - Changes the laws regarding the sale and possession of controlled substances
HB202Morris, LynnHB 202
 0624H.01P - Prohibits a health insurance plan from requiring an optometrist to provide additional services or materials at a limited or lower fee unless the services are reimbursed as covered services under the contract
HB203Curtman, PaulHCS HB 203
 0848H.02C - Establishes the Office of Administration Energy Conservation Fund
HB204Curtman, PaulHB 204
 0752L.01I - Changes the laws regarding the sale of general obligation bonds
HB205Curtman, PaulHB 205
 0744L.01I - Requires the fleet manager to develop and coordinate a statewide vehicle fleet cost efficiency plan to reduce government vehicle costs
HB206Curtman, PaulHB 206
 0747L.01I - Establishes the Partnership for Public Facilities and Infrastructure Act
HB207Curtman, PaulHCS HB 207
 0753H.02P - Prohibits political subdivisions and state agencies from using automated traffic enforcement systems, subject to approval by Missouri voters
HB209Conway, KathieHCS HB 209
 0259H.02P - Increases, from $200 to $400 per week, the maximum amount of compensation paid for death, personal injury, or loss of earnings or support to crime victims
HB210Conway, KathieHB 210
 0260H.01P - Allows community college police officers to establish regulations to control vehicular traffic on any thoroughfare owned or maintained by the college
HB211Conway, KathieHB 211
 0935H.01I - Establishes Carrie's Law that creates the crime of sexual exploitation by a person of higher authority
HB212Alferman, JustinHB 212
 0710H.01I - Specifies procedures regarding how a vacant county commissioner position shall be filled
HB213Alferman, JustinHB 213
 0670H.01I - Modifies provisions relating to the formation and auditing of joint municipal utility commissions
HB214Fraker, LyndallHB 214
 0287H.01I - Changes the laws regarding the use of credit information when underwriting insurance contracts and prohibits insurers from taking adverse actions based on a person's credit report or insurance score
HB215Moon, MikeHB 215
 0567L.01I - Prohibits the enforcement of any federal regulation by any state department or agency unless the enforcement is approved by the General Assembly
HB216Moon, MikeHB 216
 0565L.01I - Prohibits the state and political subdivisions from implementing policies affecting property rights and from entering into certain relationships with organizations
HB217Wilson, KennethHB 217
 0393H.01I - Changes the laws regarding medical neglect of children
HB218Wilson, KennethSCS HB 218
 0464S.03C - Allows any sheriff or deputy sheriff to assist another county's law enforcement when requested and specifies that the assisting county is responsible for all expenses and liability
HB219Wilson, KennethHB 219
 0382H.01I - Specifies that a parent ordered to pay child support shall not be ordered to also pay for the educational expenses of the child attending an institution of vocational or higher education
HB220Wilson, KennethHB 220
 0778H.01I - Authorizes a sales tax exemption for sales made at a prison canteen or commissary
HB221Rowden, CalebHB 221
 0691H.02I - Specifies that campaign contributions in excess of five hundred dollars must be reported within forty-eight hours of receiving the contribution
HB222Rowden, CalebHB 222
 0693H.01I - Specifies that any corporation who spends more than 25% of its overall budget to support or oppose candidates or initiatives must file all ethics reports required for a candidate
HB223Rowden, CalebHB 223
 0694H.01I - Specifies that any advertisement with the name, image, or voice of an elected official shall have a disclaimer stating whether the advertisement is paid for with taxpayer dollars
HB224Rowden, CalebHB 224
 0695H.01I - Establishes the Legal Settlements Fund and requires the deposit of legal settlements collected by a statewide office to be deposited into the fund
HB225Rowden, CalebHB 225
 0697H.02I - Prohibits the Governor from making appointments of state legislators to positions in exchange for votes on legislation and requires gubernatorial appointments to make political contribution disclosures
HB226Barnes, JayHB 226
 0690H.01I - Specifies that all lobbyist expenditures incurred out of state must be reported with 14 days
HB227Barnes, JayHB 227
 0699H.01I - Requires an individualized itemized listing of all lobbyist expenditures made on behalf of elected officials made outside of the capitol building
HB228Barnes, JayHB 228
 0692H.02I - Specifies that certain elected officials must wait at least one year before becoming a lobbyist
HB229McCaherty, JohnHB 229
 0675H.01P - Allows a person who has been awarded a Korea Defense Service Medal to obtain a special license plate
HB230McNeil, MargoHB 230
 0509H.03I - Increases, from $30,000 to $32,000, the maximum upper limit used to calculate the Senior Citizens Property Tax Credit, commonly known as circuit breaker
HB231McNeil, MargoHB 231
 0500H.01I - Establishes the Homeowners' Solar Rights Act which prohibits entities from restricting the installation of solar energy systems
HB232Haahr, ElijahHB 232
 0151H.01I - Allows home school students to participate in Missouri State High School Activities Association activities for the public school district in which they reside
HB233Franklin, DianeSCS HB 233
 0906S.03C - Waives corporate registration report requirements for certain farming corporations
HB234Spencer, BryanHB 234
 0667H.01I - Prohibits the use of automated traffic enforcement systems beginning August 28, 2015, and requires any political subdivision to complete or terminate any automated traffic enforcement contract within one year
HB235Parkinson, MarkHB 235
 0951H.01I - Changes the laws regarding work authorizations
HB236Spencer, BryanHB 236
 0668H.01I - Establishes the Missouri Good Samaritan Law
HB237Parkinson, MarkHB 237
 0553H.01I - Prohibits law enforcement agencies from considering the number of citations the officer has issued in the officer's employment evaluation
HB238Black, LindaHB 238
 0757H.01I - Provides that corrections officers are to receive hazardous duty pay in addition to their regular salary
HB239Davis, CharlieHB 239
 0732L.01I - Authorizes charities to utilize sweepstakes terminal devices on their premises
HB240Davis, CharlieHB 240
 0730L.01I - Requires a person to submit a specified form of photo identification in order to vote in a public election with specified exemptions
HB241Davis, CharlieHB 241
 0733L.01P - Adds vehicles owned and operated by the Civil Support Team of the Missouri National Guard when used during operations involving hazardous materials to the definition of "emergency vehicle"
HB242Lauer, JeanieHB 242
 0712H.01I - Adds making a terrorist threat to the list of offenses that school administrators must report
HB243Butler, MichaelHB 243
 0902H.01I - Creates the Neighborhood Watch Fund, which provides state funding for political subdivisions and the wards of St. Louis City to establish neighborhood watch organizations
HB244Butler, MichaelHB 244
 0874H.01I - Establishes the Economic-Education Partnership Act that allows employers to retain withholding taxes
HB245Butler, MichaelHB 245
 0914H.01I - Changes the laws regarding political subdivisions
HB246Meredith, SueHB 246
 0431L.01I - Requires a military member to be treated as a nonresident for income tax purposes for each day that member is stationed outside Missouri
HB247Meredith, SueHB 247
 0438L.02I - Requires all spousal maintenance obligations to termination five years after the date of entry of the court's order if the obligor is current on all maintenance payments
HB248Colona, MikeHB 248
 0813L.01I - Allows an employee who is injured on the job to select his or her own health care provider to cure and relieve the effects of the injury at the expense of the employer
HB249Colona, MikeHB 249
 0812L.01I - Allows an individual at a general election to vote a straight party line ticket by voting for all candidates of the same political party with a single punch or mark
HB250Davis, CharlieHB 250
 0971L.01I - Allows military and overseas voters to vote in all elections involving federal office, statewide office, statewide legislative office, or statewide initiatives
HB251Entlicher, SueHB 251
 0436H.01I - Specifies that an individual must not hold the position of County Treasurer if he or she holds the Office of Sheriff, Marshal, Clerk, or Collector
HB252Crawford, SandyHB 252
 0907H.01I - Specifies that early elective deliveries without a medical necessity shall not be reimbursed by MO HealthNet
HB253Berry, T.J.HB 253
 0529H.02I - Authorizes a tax credit for student loan repayment
HB254Crawford, SandySCS HB 254
 0982S.02C - Modifies provisions relating to the physical taking or attempted physical taking of property owned or in the custody of a financial institution
HB255Remole, TimHB 255
 0867H.01I - Specifies that any federal regulation or rule promulgated as a result of an executive order issued by the President of the United States must be declared invalid in Missouri and of no effect
HB256Dugger, TonyHB 256
 0563H.03I - Modifies provisions relating to certain civil actions to recover damages
HB257Dugger, TonyHB 257
 0944H.01I - Establishes the School Construction Act which exempts construction and maintenance work done for certain school districts from the prevailing wage requirement upon the school board's approval
HB258Reiboldt, BillHCS HB 258
 0992H.02P - Changes the laws regarding the crime of animal trespass
HB259Reiboldt, BillHCS HB 259
 0989H.02T - Establishes the Missouri Dairy Revitalization Act of 2015
HB260Reiboldt, BillHB 260
 0840H.01I - Changes the laws regarding foreign ownership of agricultural land
HB261Frederick, KeithHB 261
 0091L.01I - Allows for direct primary care to be provided through a medical retainer agreement between the physician and patient
HB262Frederick, KeithHCS HB 262
 0929H.02C - Requires health benefit plans cover diagnosis and treatment of eating disorders
HB263Frederick, KeithHB 263
 0938L.01I - Adds aviation activities to the definition of "recreational use"
HB264Frederick, KeithHB 264
 0528L.01I - Prohibits state or local government cooperation with federal collection of electronic or metadata without a warrant, with exceptions
HB265Frederick, KeithHB 265
 0492L.01I - Enacts the Medical Practice Freedom Act which prohibits state licensure of physicians, chiropractors, optometrists, and dentist to be conditioned on participation in any public or private health insurance
HB266Sommer, ChrissyHB 266
 0768H.01I - Requires school boards in unaccredited and provisionally accredited districts to enter into a contract with the State Board of Education for certain interventions
HB267Sommer, ChrissyHB 267
 0766H.01I - Requires continuing education training for school board members, with additional training required for members serving districts with provisional accreditation
HB268Miller, RockyHCS HB 268
 0719H.02P - Allows a taxpayer to claim a credit or refund of tax overpayment when the Department of Revenue examines the taxpayer's return after the period of limitations for the claim expires
HB269Miller, RockyHB 269
 0760H.01T - Requires motorboats to carry two B1 type fire extinguishers, one B2 fire extinguisher, or a fixed fire extinguisher and one B1 type fire extinguisher
HB270Miller, RockyHB 270
 0716H.01I - Changes the laws regarding unlawful employment or discriminatory practices
HB271Hoskins, DennyHB 271
 0684H.01P - Requires certain grant agreements to describe the State Auditor's authority with respect to property, equipment, and facilities purchased with the funds from the grant
HB272Hoskins, DennyHCS HB 272
 0389L.03R - Expands the Higher Education Academic Scholarship Program to include forgivable loans
HB273Hinson, DaveHB 273
 0771H.01I - Specifies that the levy rate for certain bond issues be set at the rate needed to meet the bond issue obligation and may be adjusted solely to meet such obligation
HB274Hinson, DaveHB 274
 0773H.01I - Eliminates tax credits, converts all domestic and social tax credits into deductions, and reduces the top tax rate of the Missouri individual income tax
HB275Hinson, DaveHB 275
 0862H.01I - Modifies provisions relating to tax rates
HB276Cornejo, RobertSCS HB 276
 1012S.04C - Allows up to $15,000 of the benefits of a life insurance policy to be exempt from attachment if used for funeral, cremation, or burial expenses
HB277Cornejo, RobertHB 277
 0320H.01I - Changes the laws regarding the manner in which food and nutrition services are organized and integrated in hospitals
HB278Cornejo, RobertHB 278
 0978L.01I - Defines "annual general operating revenue" for purposes of section 302.341
HB279Cornejo, RobertSCS HB 279
 0979S.03C - Changes the laws regarding the sale of draft beer
HB280White, BillHB 280
 0899H.01I - Requires the Commissioner of Administration to procure a blanket bond or crime insurance policy to protect the state against loss from the acts or omissions of any state-compensated person within the judiciary
HB281White, BillHB 281
 0709H.01I - Requires a checklist form to be completed prior to finalizing an adoption which verifies that all documents and procedures have been submitted, followed, and reviewed by the judge
HB282White, BillHB 282
 0728H.01I - Requires health carriers to file and the Department of Insurance, Financial Institutions and Professional Registration to approve the classification of risks and premium rates of all health benefit plans
HB283White, BillHB 283
 0727H.01I - Requires the Department of Health and Senior Services to develop and maintain an electronic death registration system
HB284White, BillHB 284
 0994H.01I - Requires a health carrier to provide access to its standard fee schedules, prohibits a carrier from refusing to contract with any willing provider, and changes the requirements for provider referrals
HB285White, BillHB 285
 0707H.01I - Prohibits the Missouri Housing Development Commission from requiring a prevailing hourly wage to be paid to a contractor on a project for a housing tax credit if it is in a Governor-declared disaster area
HB286White, BillHB 286
 0702H.01I - Specifies that a person cannot be required to become or refrain from becoming a member of or paying dues to a labor organization as a condition or continuation of employment
HB287Conway, PatHB 287
 0632L.02I - Allows any registered voter who is eligible to vote in a particular election to do so by absentee ballot without being required to state a reason
HB288Dohrman, DeanHB 288
 0793H.03I - Changes the laws regarding speech-language pathologists
HB289Kelley, MikeHCS HB 289
 0927H.02C - Modifies provisions related to family law proceedings
HB290Kelley, MikeHB 290
 0919H.01I - Exempts any stairway inclined lift owned and operated by a church in the City of Greenfield from safety inspections unless requested by the owner
HB291Kelley, MikeHB 291
 0917H.01I - Changes the laws regarding the death penalty
HB292Kelley, MikeHB 292
 0922H.01I - Requires a convicted sex offender to be told of his or her obligation to register as a sex offender both prior to release or discharge and at the time of adjudication
HB293Kelley, MikeHB 293
 0920H.01I - Requires the Missouri Supreme Court to conduct a review of all death penalty cases within 30 days and to set a date for execution to occur within 60 days of its review being completed
HB294Kelley, MikeHB 294
 0923H.01I - Specifies that a person commits the crime of false identification if he or she falsely represents or identifies himself or herself as another person to a law enforcement officer
HB295Kelley, MikeHB 295
 0924H.01I - Raises the maximum speed limit on rural interstates and freeways of the state from 70 to 75 miles per hour
HB296Kelley, MikeHCS HB 296
 0921H.02P - Establishes the First Informer Broadcasters Act that allows broadcasters to develop comprehensive coordinated plans for preparing for and responding to an emergency or disaster
HB297Kelley, MikeHB 297
 0879H.01I - Specifies that public school students must not be subject to penalties or discipline for simulating a weapon while playing if it does not cause bodily harm, disrupt learning, or constitute a serious threat
HB298Hoskins, DennyHB 298
 0530H.01I - Authorizes an employer to retain an employee's withholding tax for five years if the employee has graduated with a STEM degree from a Missouri Innovation Campus
HB299Hoskins, DennySCS HCS HB 299
 1043S.05C - Changes the laws regarding sales tax
HB300Hicks, RonHB 300
 1017L.01I - Changes the definition of "adult" to a person 18 years of age or older and "child" to a person under 18 years of age for purposes of juvenile court jurisdiction
HB301Hicks, RonHB 301
 0776L.01I - Creates a tax credit for an employer that hires a student majoring in the field of science, technology, engineering, or mathematics for an internship
HB302Hicks, RonHB 302
 0629L.01I - Increases the penalties for the offense of failing to yield the right-of-way and the time period that the court may order the suspension of a person's driving privilege for the offense
HB303Hicks, RonHB 303
 0792L.01I - Requires the MO HealthNet Division to reimburse licensed chiropractors for specific services
HB304Dunn, RandyHB 304
 0253L.01I - Incorporates provisions relating to ethics
HB305Dunn, RandyHB 305
 0215L.02I - Changes the laws regarding lobbying and campaign finance disclosure
HB306Gardner, KimberlyHB 306
 0201L.01I - Requires all commercial casualty insurers to provide coverage for direct physical losses and offer coverage for business income losses due to riot or civil commotion
HB307Gardner, KimberlyHB 307
 0203L.01I - Establishes the Missouri Death With Dignity Act to allow patients with terminal disease to end their life in a humane and dignified manner
HB308Gardner, KimberlyHB 308
 0200L.02I - Requires political subdivisions receiving more than 15% of their annual general operating revenues from traffic fines to send revenues in excess of the threshold to the state school system
HB309Hubbard, PennyHB 309
 0561H.01I - Designates provisions requiring peace officers' employment records to be available to hiring law enforcement agencies as the "Tyrone L. Thompson Law"
HB310Roden, ShaneHB 310
 0926H.01I - Specifies that only motorcycle riders under the age of 18 or operating with a motorcycle training permit shall wear a helmet
HB311McNeil, MargoHB 311
 0501H.02I - Establishes the High Performance Energy Benchmarking Act that requires each school district to establish energy star benchmarks for all buildings owned by the district
HB312McNeil, MargoHB 312
 0954L.01I - Requires the Department of Elementary and Secondary Education to establish a grant program to extend instructional time in underperforming school districts
HB313Carpenter, JonHB 313
 0216L.03I - Requires ethics training for statewide elected officials, General Assembly members, and executive department directors and acting directors after taking office, appointment, or employment, and every two years
HB314Carpenter, JonHB 314
 0398L.03I - Changes the laws regarding the minimum wage
HB315Brown, WandaHB 315
 0644H.01I - Requires the Department of Conservation to conduct testing of deceased deer found along state highways for chronic wasting disease
HB316Brown, WandaHB 316
 0643H.01I - Requires Conservation Commission members to register as lobbyists upon appointment by the Governor, and to follow all lobbyist rules and regulations
HB317Brown, WandaHB 317
 0822H.01I - Requires the Department of Conservation to reimburse automobile owners up to $500 for damages inflicted upon their vehicles by deer
HB318Brown, WandaHB 318
 0823H.01I - Prohibits Department of Conservation agents from entering poultry barns without notifying the owner and requires agents entering the barns to take necessary precautions to prevent contamination
HB319Barnes, JayHCS HB 319
 0803H.02P - Changes the laws regarding the provision of telehealth services
HB320Barnes, JayHB 320
 0808H.01I - Requires the Department of Social Services to assist certain public schools with establishing on-site health clinics
HB321Jones, CalebHCS HB 321
 1080H.03C - Creates a new method of allocating corporate income between states for tax purposes
HB322Shumake, LindellHB 322
 0715H.01P - Allows law enforcement agencies to perform a criminal record review for open records for the purpose of hiring any political subdivision employee
HB323Shumake, LindellHB 323
 0672H.01I - Allows camping trailers more than 25 years old to be permanently registered and be issued historic trailer license plates
HB324Shumake, LindellHB 324
 0700H.02P - Authorizes the counties of the third classification to collect a tax on specified property to pay for road rock on county roads
HB325McCaherty, JohnHCS HB 325
 0301H.03P - Establishes the Bring Jobs Home Act that authorizes a tax deduction for out-of-state businesses that relocate to Missouri
HB326Leara, MikeHB 326
 1061H.01T - Specifies that each defined benefit pension plan must establish a board member education program
HB327McCreery, TracyHB 327
 0251L.01I - Incorporates sections relating to lobbying reform
HB328Walton Gray, RochelleHB 328
 0857L.01I - Establishes a Task Force To Study Community-Based Policing
HB329Reiboldt, BillHB 329
 0069H.01I - Changes the laws regarding the crime of animal trespass
HB330Barnes, JayHB 330
 0308H.01I - Imposes a ban on gifts to elected officials in excess of $30
HB331Barnes, JayHB 331
 0314H.01I - Prohibits a member of the General Assembly from receiving compensation to serve as a political consultant for another member of the General Assembly
HB332Barnes, JayHB 332
 0713H.01I - Reduces the threshold for the general operating revenue coming from traffic fines for cities, towns, villages, or counties from 30% to 10%
HB333Barnes, JayHB 333
 1039H.01I - Establishes the Legal Settlements Fund and requires the deposit of legal settlements collected by a statewide office to be deposited into the fund
HB334Barnes, JayHB 334
 0295H.03I - Specifies that each county must have a written policy regarding the investigation and prosecution of the death of an individual that results directly from an action or omission of a law enforcement officer
HB335McGaugh, Joe DonHB 335
 0175H.01I - Establishes procedures concerning vexatious litigations
HB336McGaugh, Joe DonHB 336
 0703L.01P - Authorizes an election authority to accept voter registration applications with electronic signatures under certain conditions
HB337McGaugh, Joe DonHCS HB 337
 0866H.02C - Modifies provisions related to employer requirements for employee benefits
HB338McGaugh, Joe DonHB 338
 1088L.01P - Designates a portion of Highway 10 in Ray and Carroll counties as the "Ray-Carroll County Veterans Memorial Highway".
HB339McGaugh, Joe DonHCS HB 339
 0868H.03C - Changes the laws regarding voter eligibility regarding voter registration
HB340Kendrick, KipHB 340
 0774H.01I - Defines an "originating site" for telehealth services and includes school-based health centers in the definition
HB341Dugger, TonyHB 341
 1056H.01P - Specifies that beginning January 1, 2016, certain elective county offices must file ethics reports with the Missouri Ethics Commission instead of local election authorities
HB342McManus, KevinHB 342
 0252L.02I - Changes the laws regarding campaign finance reform
HB343Lair, MikeSCS HB 343
 0961S.02T - Establishes a committee to assess the continuation of the Money Follows the Person Demonstration Program in order to help disabled or aging individuals transition from nursing facilities to community settings
HB344Lair, MikeHB 344
 0987L.01I - Authorizes the early parole of certain offenders over the age of 65
HB345Newman, StaceyHB 345
 0851L.01I - Allows a voter to cast an advance ballot
HB346Newman, StaceyHB 346
 0850L.01I - Creates the offense of making a threat to the security of a building or a public school
HB347Newman, StaceyHB 347
 0849L.01I - Requires that all sales or transfers of firearms be processed through a licensed firearms dealer
HB348Newman, StaceyHB 348
 0852L.01I - Requires the Department of Labor and Industrial Relations to establish the Equal Pay Commission
HB349Newman, StaceyHB 349
 0855L.01I - Establishes the Pregnant Workers' Fairness Act
HB350Newman, StaceyHB 350
 0941L.01I - Requires a pharmacy to fill a valid and lawful prescription for any federal Food and Drug Administration-approved drug or device to prevent pregnancy, including emergency contraceptives, without delay
HB351Newman, StaceyHB 351
 0854L.01I - Establishes disclosure regulations for entities that provide pregnancy-related services or solicits patrons with offers to provide prenatal sonography, pregnancy tests, or pregnancy options counseling
HB352Newman, StaceyHB 352
 0943L.01I - Enacts the Compassionate Assistance for Rape Emergencies (CARE) Act
HB353Newman, StaceyHB 353
 0942L.01I - Changes the laws regarding sex education in schools and establishes the Compassionate Assistance for Rape Emergencies Act, the Birth Control Protection Act, and a women's health services program
HB354Newman, StaceyHB 354
 0031L.01I - Establishes the Employee Reproductive Health Nondiscrimination Act
HB355Jones, CalebHB 355
 0717H.01I - Allows a court pleading or paper to be filed in paper format rather than electronic submission if the party is in the court clerk's office or courthouse at the time of the filing
HB356Jones, CalebHCS HB 356
 0664H.02C - Requires the Board of Probation and Parole to deliver an answer within two weeks of holding a hearing
HB357Butler, MichaelHB 357
 0903H.02I - Changes the laws regarding the minimum wage
HB358Rowland, LyleHB 358
 0890H.01I - Modifies provisions relating to controlled substances and requires probation and parole officers to arrest people suspected of violating their conditions of release
HB359Entlicher, SueHB 359
 0959H.01I - Allows emergency workers to request, receive, and submit absentee ballots
HB360Entlicher, SueHB 360
 0957H.01I - Extends the voter registration deadline for certain military and overseas voters
HB361Spencer, BryanHB 361
 1084H.01T - Designates the third week of February as "Engineer Awareness Week" in Missouri
HB362Newman, StaceyHB 362
 0933L.01I - Allows certified participants in the Address Confidentiality Program to vote absentee
HB363Burns, BobHB 363
 1059H.01I - Increases the per diem for street light maintenance district board members from $50 to $100 per meeting attendance
HB364Solon, SheilaHB 364
 0856H.01I - Authorizes certain licensed social workers and counselors to provide behavioral health services in the MO HealthNet program
HB365Spencer, BryanHB 365
 0671H.01I - Establishes the Student Accountability Act that requires a student score proficient or higher on a state assessment in order to receive a high school academic diploma
HB366Gosen, DonHB 366
 0980H.01I - Changes the laws regarding extraordinary dividends paid by health insurance companies
HB367Black, LindaHB 367
 1002H.01I - Exempts religious organizations from rules relating to septic systems
HB368Austin, KevinHB 368
 1172H.01I - Modifies provisions relating to Address Confidentiality Program
HB369Parkinson, MarkHB 369
 1082H.01I - Establishes the Missouri Electrical Industry Licensing Board to regulate and license electrical contractors
HB370Wilson, KennethHB 370
 0721H.02I - Establishes restrictions on the operation of unmanned aircraft
HB371Wilson, KennethHB 371
 0392H.01I - Requires a motor vehicle licensed in Missouri to have only one license plate instead of two
HB372McGaugh, Joe DonHB 372
 0817H.01I - Specifies that a livestock owner must be liable for damages caused by trespassing livestock if the owner was found to be negligent
HB373McGaugh, Joe DonHB 373
 0708L.01I - Allows certain persons who have lost the right to possess firearms to have their rights restored under certain circumstances
HB374McGaugh, Joe DonHB 374
 0818H.01I - Specifies that any person who disseminates false information relating to a perishable food product implying that the product is not safe for consumption will be liable to the food product producer
HB375McGaugh, Joe DonHCS HB 375
 0704H.02P - Changes the laws regarding agriculture
HB376Moon, MikeHB 376
 1102L.01I - Establishes the Article V Convention Act
HB377Swan, KathrynHCS HB 377
 0641H.03P - Requires school districts to develop a system for identifying students who are at risk of not being ready for college-level work or entry-level career positions
HB378Swan, KathrynHB 378
 1024H.01I - Specifies that all new and existing tax credits shall be approved by the General Assembly as part of the budget process
HB379Swan, KathrynHB 379
 0895H.02I - Requires statements of no tax due to be presented with local business license issuances or renewals and with any bid to perform work on publicly funded projects
HB380Swan, KathrynHCS HB 380
 1031H.02P - Requires the State Board of Education to establish minimum requirements for a career and technical education certificate
HB381Swan, KathrynHB 381
 1032L.01I - Modifies provisions relating to high school equivalency testing
HB382Swan, KathrynHCS HB 382
 1030L.02C - Requires school districts to establish comprehensive guidance and counseling programs for students attending school in the district
HB383Montecillo, GeniseHB 383
 1005L.01I - Establishes term limits for State Board of Education members
HB384Flanigan, TomSS HB 384
 1166S.04T - Changes the laws regarding taxation
HB385Walker, NateHCS HB 385
 1185H.02T - Defines "correspondence" with regard to real estate brokers
HB386Barnes, JayHB 386
 1076H.01I - Specifies that primary care providers who provide services to MO HealthNet recipients after normal business hours will be eligible for an additional reimbursement
HB387Hoskins, DennyHB 387
 1177H.01I - Authorizes tax incentives for beginning farmers
HB388Hoskins, DennyHCS HB 388
 1180H.02P - Changes the laws regarding weight limitations for vehicles hauling livestock or agricultural products on state highways and the laws regarding log trucks and tractors
HB389Hoskins, DennyHB 389
 1033H.01P - Requires the Department of Revenue to implement a system enabling certain businesses to pay reoccurring taxes or fees in one transaction per month
HB390Gardner, KimberlyHB 390
 0410L.01I - Allows the victim's family or next of kin to sign a notarized statement directing the funeral home be a claimant and deal directly with the Crime Victim's Compensation Fund
HB391Gosen, DonHB 391
 0981H.01T - Changes the notice requirements for automobile insurance cancellations or refusals
HB392Lavender, DebHB 392
 1163L.01I - Modifies provisions relating to business filing fees
HB393Haahr, ElijahHB 393
 1098H.01I - Reauthorizes provisions regarding intervention pain management
HB394LaFaver, JeremyHB 394
 1135L.01I - Establishes the Missouri Earned Income Tax Credit Act authorizing an individual income tax credit equal to 20% of any earned income tax credit claimed on the taxpayer's federal income tax return
HB395Peters, JoshuaHB 395
 0279L.02I - Establishes the End Racial Profiling Act of 2015
HB396Peters, JoshuaHB 396
 0456L.02I - Establishes the St. Louis County Election Unification Act of 2015 that changes the general municipal election day for municipalities in St. Louis County to the primary and general election day
HB397Peters, JoshuaHB 397
 0277L.01I - Repeals expired, sunset, and obsolete statutory provisions
HB398Peters, JoshuaHB 398
 1124L.01I - Prohibits texting while operating a moving motor vehicle by drivers of all ages
HB399Peters, JoshuaHB 399
 1121L.01I - Requires the Office of Administration to provide notice to state employees about the federal Public Service Loan Forgiveness Program
HB400Peters, JoshuaHB 400
 0345L.01T - Designates the month of November each year as "Epilepsy Awareness Month"
HB401Fraker, LyndallSCS HB 401
 0758S.02C - Removes the sunset from provisions related to amending county budgets
HB402Phillips, DonHB 402
 0860H.01T - Designates the first full week before Memorial Day as "Safe Boating Week"
HB403Phillips, DonSCS HB 403
 0864S.02T - Designates Missouri as a Purple Heart State
HB404Phillips, DonHB 404
 0863H.01T - Designates the week in which May 15 falls as "Missouri's Peace Officers Memorial Week"
HB405Gannon, ElaineHCS HBs 405 & 381
 0952L.02P - Modifies provisions relating to high school equivalency examinations
HB406Gannon, ElaineHB 406
 0953L.01I - Establishes a career and technical education (CTE) high school diploma
HB407Webber, StephenHB 407
 1162L.01I - Changes the laws regarding complaints filed with the Missouri Commission on Human Rights regarding discrimination based upon a person's sexual orientation or gender identity
HB408Brattin, RickHB 408
 0887L.02I - Establishes the "Campus Free Expression Act"
HB409Brattin, RickHB 409
 0984H.01I - Requires the State Board of Mediation to conduct an election to certify the exclusive bargaining representatives of an appropriate collective bargaining unit for certain public employees every two years
HB410Kelley, MikeHB 410
 0881H.02P - Adds specified graphing calculators to the list of items that are exempt from sales tax during the annual sales tax holiday for school supplies
HB411Kelley, MikeHB 411
 0880H.01P - Authorizes a one-time income tax deduction to a taxpayer for the cost of the construction or $5,000, whichever is less, of a storm shelter that was made in Missouri
HB412Peters, JoshuaHB 412
 1117L.01I - Requires the governing boards of institutions of higher education to adopt policies concerning sexual assault, domestic violence, dating violence, and stalking in order to receive state funds for student aid
HB413Peters, JoshuaHB 413
 1119L.01I - Imposes a penalty against parents or guardians when a child under their charge is habitually absent from school or habitually tardy
HB414Austin, KevinHB 414
 1218H.01I - Prohibits an action against an amusement park owner or operator for damages or injuries sustained due to a defect or unsafe condition unless notification is given within certain time frames
HB415Adams, JoeHB 415
 0869H.01I - Changes the laws regarding the use of force by a law enforcement officer
HB416Adams, JoeHB 416
 0870H.01I - Creates a citizens police review board in the Department of Public Safety to investigate civilian deaths resulting from an officer-involved shooting
HB417Cornejo, RobertHB 417
 1090L.01I - Changes the laws regarding ethics
HB418Newman, StaceyHB 418
 0853L.01I - Changes the laws regarding domestic violence
HB419Higdon, GalenHB 419
 0977H.01I - Requires the Amber Alert System Oversight Committee to adopt criteria to expand the Amber Alert System to provide peace officer safety alerts
HB420Kirkton, JeanneHB 420
 1004L.01I - Abolishes the death penalty and specifies that any person sentenced to death before August 28, 2015, must be sentenced to life imprisonment without parole
HB421Burlison, EricHB 421
 1182H.01I - Prohibits the Department of Revenue from sharing motor vehicle information with any out of state entity for the purposes of enforcing a red light or speed camera violation
HB422Burlison, EricHCS HB 422
 0839H.02P - Specifies that boards and commissions under the Division of Professional Registration may issue certain opinions for educational purposes
HB423Burlison, EricHB 423
 0428H.01I - Authorizes a sales tax holiday for goods manufactured in Missouri
HB424Burlison, EricHB 424
 0741H.02I - Requires the Department of Social Services to terminate a recipient's MO HealthNet benefits if it receives information that the recipient resides out of the state
HB425Alferman, JustinHB 425
 0759H.01I - Prohibits a lobbyist from making a single contribution of more than $5 or $25 annually to any statewide elected official, General Assembly member, or Supreme Court judge
HB426Swan, KathrynHB 426
 0970H.01I - Modifies provisions relating to lobbying
HB427Swan, KathrynHB 427
 1212H.01I - Designates the priority for the state with respect to any funding for family planning services
HB428Swan, KathrynHCS HB 428
 1205H.02C - Authorizes a tax credit for contributions to school foundations
HB429Curtman, PaulHB 429
 1021L.01I - Prohibits requiring peace officers to issue a specific number of citations within a designated period of time
HB430Curtman, PaulHB 430
 1160L.01P - Establishes the Taxpayer Transparency Act of 2015 that requires state departments to indicate in certain educational and advertising materials that the materials are produced and disseminated at taxpayer expense
HB431Rowland, LyleHB 431
 0884L.01I - Allows an owner of property damaged during service of process to recover reasonable reimbursement costs associated with the property from the Crime Victims' Compensation Fund
HB432Frederick, KeithHB 432
 1011H.01I - Specifies that anyone providing medical services cannot be required to perform or participate in activities that violate his or her conscience or principles
HB433Entlicher, SueHB 433
 1214H.01I - Specifies that a sheriff, marshal, clerk, or collector, or the deputy of those officers, must be eligible to hold the office of treasurer of any county
HB434Morgan, JudyHB 434
 1197H.01I - Requires children in the City of St. Louis and Kansas City school districts to enroll in a school by the age of five
HB435Morgan, JudyHB 435
 1200H.01I - Establishes the Missouri Tuition Equity Act
HB436Moon, MikeHB 436
 0397L.01I - Establishes the "Campus Free Expression Act"
HB437Miller, RockyHB 437
 1087H.01I - Specifies when it is permissible for a city, town, or village to offer competitive services
HB438Hoskins, DennyHB 438
 1192H.01I - Changes the filing deadline for personal financial disclosure reports from May 10 annually to January 15 and July 15 biannually
HB439Koenig, AndrewHB 439
 0831H.01I - Establishes the Abortion Ban for Sex Selection and Genetic Abnormalities Act of 2015 to prohibit an abortion solely due to the sex of the unborn child or a genetic abnormality diagnosis
HB440Koenig, AndrewHB 440
 0835H.02P - Changes the laws regarding taxes based on sales
HB441English, KeithHB 441
 0083H.01I - Requires the Department of Social Services to seek a federal waiver to mandate the use of photo identification for continued eligibility in the food stamp program
HB442English, KeithHB 442
 0087H.01I - Specifies that Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) benefits may not be used to purchase energy drinks
HB443English, KeithHB 443
 0086H.01I - Allows a limited driving privilege to be granted to a person whose driver's license has been suspended due to child support arrearage under certain circumstances
HB444English, KeithHCS HB 444
 0063H.02P - Authorizes a tax deduction for volunteer firefighters
HB445English, KeithHB 445
 0056H.01I - Establishes procedures for approving changes to redevelopment projects in St. Louis County, St. Charles County, and Jefferson County
HB446English, KeithHB 446
 0103H.01I - Eliminates sales tax on the purchase of used vehicles
HB447English, KeithHB 447
 0104H.01I - Eliminates sales tax on the purchase of used motor vehicles, trailers, boats, and outboard motors
HB448English, KeithHB 448
 0118H.01I - Allows a school district to authorize its schools to observe a moment of silence in individual classrooms
HB449English, KeithHB 449
 0120H.01I - Creates an advance voting system for primary and general elections
HB450English, KeithHB 450
 0128H.01I - Prohibits anyone from sending, reading, or writing a text message while operating a motor vehicle
HB451English, KeithHB 451
 0126H.01I - Expands the A+ Schools Program to graduates of any high school that meets the program requirements
HB452English, KeithHB 452
 0132H.01I - Requires any automated traffic enforcement system to include a sign located at the intersection indicating the presence of the system
HB453English, KeithHB 453
 0133H.01I - Requires any traffic enforcement system photograph to depict the driver from the front in order for the violation to be valid
HB454English, KeithHB 454
 0113H.01I - Requires election authorities to make available at least one electronic voting machine per polling location for blind or visually impaired voters at an election in order to comply with federal law
HB455English, KeithHB 455
 0181H.01I - Repeals the requirement that all motor vehicles must obtain an inspection before the vehicle may be licensed
HB456English, KeithHB 456
 0134H.01I - Requires, in charter counties, any contract for the design, construction, or remodeling of a county building to include 1% of the cost estimate to be transferred to a public art fund
HB457Hicks, RonHCS HB 457
 1007H.02P - Makes CPR instruction a high school graduation requirement
HB458Allen, SueCCS SS SCS HB 458
 0537H.05S - Changes the laws regarding bullying in schools and establishes specific components that a district must include in its antibullying policy
HB459Allen, SueHB 459
 0243H.01I - Modifies provisions relating to the licensure of dental hygienists
HCR1Richardson, ToddHCR 1
 1189H.01I - Relating to a Joint Session for the State of the State Address
HCR2Richardson, ToddHCR 2
 1190H.01I - Relating to a Joint Session for the State of the Judiciary Address
HCR3Parkinson, MarkHCR 3
 0481H.01I - Disapproves the salary recommendations of the Missouri Citizens' Commission on Compensation for Elected Officials
HCR4Barnes, JayHCS HCRs 4 & 3
 0601H.02C - Disapproves the salary recommendations of the Missouri Citizens' Commission on Compensation for Elected Officials
HCR5Moon, MikeHCR 5
 0471L.01I - Applies to Congress for the calling of a convention to propose certain amendments to the United States Constitution which place limits on the federal government
HCR6Roden, ShaneHCR 6
 1158H.01I - Urges Congress to support importation of Canadian oil sands and ask for the approval of the TransCanada Keystone Coast Expansion pipeline
HCR7Hoskins, DennyHCR 7
 1144H.01I - Endorses continued support of the relationship and shared interests between Taiwan and the State of Missouri
HCR8Gardner, KimberlyHCR 8
 0206L.01I - Designates April 4 each year as Maya Angelou Day of Recognition in Missouri
HCR9Gardner, KimberlyHCR 9
 0212L.02I - Designates May 31 each year as "Missouri No Smoking/Tobacco Day" in order to increase awareness of the dangers of tobacco use
HCR10Gardner, KimberlyHCR 10
 0211L.02I - Designates July 18 each year as "Nelson Mandela Day of Recognition" in Missouri
HCR11English, KeithHCR 11
 0066H.01I - Requests American Water Company to quarterly test the drinking water at the North County Water Treatment Facility in order to assure the presence of dangerous contaminants are never present
HJR1Dugger, TonyHJR 1
 0224H.01P - Proposes a constitutional amendment specifying that a person seeking to vote in a public election may be required by general law to provide a valid government-issued photo identification
HJR2Lant, BillHJR 2
 0584H.01I - Proposes a constitutional amendment that specifies that all individuals shall be guaranteed the freedom to work without being required to join or pay dues to any labor organizations
HJR3Lant, BillHJR 3
 0583H.01I - Proposes a constitutional amendment that prohibits any public employees from being required to pay dues or other fees to a labor organization
HJR4Haahr, ElijahHJR 4
 0490H.01I - Proposes a constitutional amendment to change the vote required to pass a constitutional amendment from a majority vote to sixty percent of the votes cast
HJR5Redmon, CraigHJR 5
 0178H.01I - Proposes a constitutional amendment allowing a member of the General Assembly to serve the 16-year maximum in any proportion in either chamber as long as he or she serves no more than 16 years total
HJR6Lauer, JeanieHJR 6
 0538H.01I - Proposes a constitutional amendment regarding when and the amount that a school district in a first classification charter county can become indebted
HJR7Engler, KevinHCS HJR 7
 0413H.02P - Proposes a constitutional amendment that would require any person participating in the management of any bingo game conducted by a service organization to be a member of the organization for 6 months
HJR8Redmon, CraigHJR 8
 0077H.01I - Proposes a constitutional provision repealing the Conservation sales and use tax
HJR9Burlison, EricHJR 9
 0505H.01I - Proposes a constitutional amendment authorizing an exemption from property tax for certain property of active-duty military personnel stationed outside the country
HJR10Burlison, EricHJR 10
 0636H.01I - Proposes a constitutional amendment that modifies compensation for members of the general assembly
HJR11Burlison, EricHJR 11
 0606H.01I - Proposes a constitutional amendment prohibiting state appropriations in any fiscal year from exceeding certain limits
HJR12Brattin, RickHJR 12
 0541H.01I - Proposes a constitutional amendment that prohibits the state from devoting any resources toward enforcing any federal law deemed unconstitutional by the voters or the general assembly
HJR13Fitzpatrick, ScottHJR 13
 0718H.02I - Proposes a constitutional amendment that increases the percentage of legal voters required to propose an initiative petition amending the Constitution from 8% to 15% of voters
HJR14Gardner, KimberlyHJR 14
 0210L.01I - Proposes a constitutional amendment authorizing appropriations from the Lottery Proceeds Fund to be used for early childhood programs
HJR15Ellington, BrandonHJR 15
 0689L.01I - Proposes a constitutional amendment legalizing marijuana use for persons 21 years of age or older
HJR16May, KarlaHJR 16
 0354L.01I - Proposes a constitutional amendment allowing residents of the state who are over the age of sixteen to vote
HJR17Ellington, BrandonHJR 17
 0819L.01I - Proposes a constitutional amendment repealing the authorization for convening of grand juries
HJR18Black, LindaHJR 18
 0736L.01I - Proposes a constitutional amendment reducing the number of members of the House of Representatives from 163 to 120 and increasing the number of members of the Senate from 34 to 40
HJR19Black, LindaHJR 19
 0783L.01I - Proposes a constitutional amendment requiring two-thirds majority for voter approval of any initiative relating to bird, fish, game, wildlife, or forestry resources
HJR20Butler, MichaelHJR 20
 0877H.01I - Proposes a constitutional amendment allowing anyone elected to the General Assembly after November 1, 2016, to serve up to 12 years in any one house and up to 24 years total in the General Assembly
HJR21Colona, MikeHJR 21
 0814L.01I - Proposes a constitutional amendment allowing the state to recognize a marriage between a man and a woman as well as between a same-sex couple
HJR22White, BillHJR 22
 0738H.01I - Proposes a constitutional amendment limiting the liability for noneconomic damages and authorizes the General Assembly to adjust the amount as necessary by law
HJR23Koenig, AndrewHJR 23
 0834H.01I - Proposes a constitutional amendment phasing out the state individual income tax and replacing the current state sales and use tax with a state sales tax on specified retail sales and services
HJR24Cierpiot, MikeHCS HJR 24
 0714H.02P - Proposes a constitutional amendment that imposes a 2-term limitation on all statewide elected officials
HJR25Cierpiot, MikeHJR 25
 0960H.01I - Proposes a constitutional amendment modifying the percentage requirements for initiative petitions
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