95th General Assembly, 1st Regular Session
Past Activity Registers
For Actions Recorded on: January 12, 2009

BillSponsorCoSponsorBill String
 Bill Information
HB229Ervin, DougSCS HB 229
 0666L.02C - Changes the laws regarding health insurance
HB230Roorda, JeffHB 230
 0791L.01I - Specifies that a person who steals or receives a stolen firearm or an explosive weapon will be guilty of a class C felony regardless of the item's value
HB231Yates, BrianHCS HB 231
 0540L.03T - Requires group policies by a health carrier or plan to employers not covered by federal COBRA to provide the continuation coverage to a terminated employee in the same manner as by COBRA law
HB232Ervin, DougHB 232
 0720L.01I - Changes the laws regarding the Missouri Health Insurance Pool
HB233Harris, BelindaLampe, SaraHB 233
 0697L.01I - Exempts any person selling or delivering dairy products to another person for the individual's own use from the permit and inspection requirements of the State Milk Board
HB234Wood, DennisHCS HB 234 & 493
 0889L.03P - Changes the laws regarding the detachment from public water supply districts
HB235Jones, TimothyJones, KennyHB 235
 0855L.01I - Removes the expiration date for the Statewide Court Automation Fund and allows the fee to be collected and the fund to function indefinitely
HB236Lipke, ScottScharnhorst, DwightSCS HCS HB 236
 0887S.07T - Establishes Kaitlyn's Law which requires school districts to allow certain students with disabilities to participate in graduation ceremonies after four years of high school attendance
HB237Jones, TimothyMcGhee, MikeSCS HCS HB 237 & HB 238 & HB 482
 0854S.03T - Changes the laws regarding courts and court procedures
HB238Jones, TimothyJones, KennyHB 238
 0853L.01P - Allows the annual report of the Judicial Finance Commission to be combined with any other annual report of the Missouri Supreme Court or Office of State Courts Administrator under certain conditions
HB239Jones, TimothyJones, KennySCS HB 239
 0752S.04T - Changes the laws regarding the management of trusts and funds
HB240Hobbs, SteveBruns, MarkHB 240
 0986L.01I - Allows qualified equity investments in the New Markets Tax Credit Program to be made until Fiscal Year 2012 and increases the program's cap from $15 million to $27.5 million per fiscal year
HB241Yates, BrianDusenberg, GaryHB 241
 0978L.01I - Establishes the Missouri Universal Red Light Enforcement Act which allows political entities to establish automated photo red light enforcement systems to detect red light signal violations
HB242Kingery, GayleSmith, JasonHCS HB 242
 0472L.02P - Allows school districts to establish a four-day school week upon a majority vote of the school board
HB243Molendorp, ChrisHB 243
 1040L.01I - Expands the membership of the State Board of Embalmers and Funeral Directors by adding five consumer advocates
HB244Hodges, SteveRoorda, JeffHCS HB 244
 0569L.02C - Adds prosecuting attorneys, assistant prosecuting attorneys, circuit attorneys, and assistant circuit attorneys to the list of individuals who are exempt from the concealed carry permit requirements
HB245Hodges, SteveSchoemehl, SueHB 245
 0176L.01I - Allows the Land Reclamation Commission to reject applications for permits to reactivate an inactive quarry if residential homes are located near the site
HB246Loehner, TomDeeken, BillCCS HCS HB 246
 0712L.03T - Changes the laws regarding surface mining and gravel excavation
HB247Loehner, TomMcClanahan, RebeccaSS SCS HCS HB 247
 0734S.06T - Changes the requirements for collaborative practice arrangements between physicians and certain nurses and revises the definition of "eligible student" for the Nursing Student Loan Program
HB248Funderburk, DougSater, DavidHB 248
 0882L.01P - Authorizes an income tax dependency exemption for a stillborn child for the taxable year in which the child was born
HCR6Harris, BelindaHCR 6
 1045L.01I - Disapproves the recommendations of the Missouri Citizens' Commission on Compensation of Elected Officials
HCR7Hodges, SteveSchieffer, EdHCR 7
 0570L.01I - Urges Congress to prohibit certain public school employees from being forced to participate in the federal Social Security system rather than the Missouri Public School Retirement System
HJR12Yates, BrianErvin, DougHJR 12
 0899L.01I - Proposes a constitutional amendment requiring separate compensation schedules by the Citizens' Commission for legislators and other state officials and judges
HJR13Kingery, GayleTalboy, MikeHJR 13
 0456L.01I - Proposes a constitutional amendment limiting the total service in the General Assembly to 16 years in any proportion between the House of Representatives and the Senate
SCR1Shields, CharlesSCR 1
 1028S.01I - Appoints a 34-member joint committee to assist in the Inauguration ceremonies
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