91st General Assembly, 1st Regular Session
Past Activity Registers
For Actions Recorded on: January 10, 2001

BillSponsorCoSponsorBill String
 Bill Information
HB255Kelly, GlendaHB 255
 0938L.01I - Increases access to original birth records by adopted adults.
HB293Kennedy, HarryHCS HB 293
 0877L.03C - Creates the Contiguous Property Redevelopment Fund for compiling and initially redeveloping contiguous properties in the City of St. Louis.
HB294Smith, PhilipHB 294
 0771L.01I - Enacts consumer protections for long distance services.
HB295Froelker, JamesHB 295
 1067L.01I - Changes ambulance and fire district board eligibility to twenty-four years of age and five years of residency in the district.
HB296Kennedy, HarryHegeman, DanielHB 296
 0614L.03I - Allows the Department of Natural Resources to contract for the provision of technical assistance services to public water systems.
HB297Green, TimHB 297
 1065L.01I - Adopts a single-ballot open primary system.
HB298Green, TimHB 298
 1027L.01I - Regulates retainage payments in certain private building contracts.
HB299Green, TimHB 299
 0850L.01I - Criminalizes certain aggressive driving.
HB300Ostmann, LucindaDolan, JonathanHB 300
 0189L.01I - Creates incentives for national teacher certification.
HB301Wagner, HowardMcKenna, RyanHB 301
 0726L.02I - Enacts weekend voting procedures for all elections, ending August 31, 2004.
HB302Hosmer, WilliamSkaggs, BillyCCS#2 SCS HCS HB 302 & 38
 0265L.15T - Lowers the blood alcohol content level necessary for a conviction of driving with excessive blood alcohol content from .10 to .08.
HB303Hoppe, ThomasHB 303
 1034L.01I - Allows certain liquor licensees in Camden, Miller and Morgan counties to apply for a 3:00 a.m. liquor permit.
HB304Walton, JuanitaHB 304
 0763L.02I - Establishes subdistricts in the fire protection districts of Moline Acres and Blackjack; allows all fire protection district vacancies to be filled by appointment.
HB305Walton, JuanitaHB 305
 0759L.01I - Establishes subdistricts in the school district of Riverview Gardens.
HB306Wiggins, GaryClayton, RobertHB 306
 0600L.01I - Enacts the Agricultural Producer Protection Act.
HB307Wiggins, GaryMyers, PeterHCS HB 307
 0594L.04C - Expands the authority of soil and water conservation subdistrict board members and amends the requirements for being a subdistrict board member.
HB308Clayton, RobertWiggins, GaryHB 308
 1121L.01I - Amends the section authorizing tax credits for investments in new generation cooperatives.
HB309McKenna, RyanJohnson, RickHB 309
 0997L.01P - Allows appropriations to community colleges for surface parking areas.
HB310Ostmann, LucindaHB 310
 0187L.01I - Creates alternative method of obtaining temporary driving permit.
HB311Scheve, MayReid, MichaelHB 311
 1001L.01I - Expands the categories of persons allowed to claim the pharmaceutical state income tax credit.
HB312Lograsso, DonaldRidgeway, LuannHB 312
 0705L.01I - Limits motorcycle helmet requirement to those under age twenty-one.
HB313Liese, ChrisHB 313
 0776L.01I - Revises certain gaming definitions.
HB314Treadway, JosephNordwald, CharlesHB 314
 0586L.01P - Provides for the licensure of baccalaureate social workers.
HB315Foley, JamesGraham, CharlesHB 315
 0967L.01I - Establishes the Office of State Ombudsman for Recipients of Mental Health Services in the Lieutenant Governor's Office.
HB316Graham, CharlesOverschmidt, FrancisHB 316
 1093L.01I - Revises liquor control law.
HB317Kennedy, HarryBarry, JoanHB 317
 0636L.02I - Requires certain children to receive hepatitis A immunizations.
HB318O'Toole, JamesHB 318
 0950L.01P - Requires all public retirement plans to file proposed rules with the Joint Committee on Public Employee Retirement.
HB319O'Toole, JamesHB 319
 0978L.01I - Beginning January 1, 2002, increases the state income tax deduction for all retirement benefits from six thousand dollars to seven thousand two hundred dollars and increases income caps.
HB320Williams, DeletaHenderson, StevenHB 320
 0415L.01I - Revises watercraft safety and operating standards.
HB321Skaggs, BillyCurls, MelbaHB 321
 0925L.01T - Extends the termination date on the Kansas City public transportation sales tax from 2001 to 2003.
HB322Campbell, MarshaVanZandt, TimothyHB 322
 0240L.01I - Transfers control of the Kansas City school district to the State Board of Education until new governance or reorganization procedures have been established.
HB323Crump, WayneRansdall, BillyHB 323
 1097L.01I - Permits roaming wild hogs to be killed by property owners.
HB324Hollingsworth, KatherineHanaway, CatherineHB 324
 0947L.01I - Outlaws bestiality.
HB325Marble, GaryHB 325
 0602L.01I - Exempts twenty-five percent of all newly approved school bond moneys from salary compliance; allocates all of such moneys to capital projects.
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