95th General Assembly, 1st Regular Session
Past Activity Registers
For Actions Recorded on: January 13, 2009

BillSponsorCoSponsorBill String
 Bill Information
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
HB249Kraus, WillEnglund, VickiHB 249
 0270L.01I - Changes the laws regarding the mitigation of damages for failure to wear a safety belt
HB250Wilson, LarryLoehner, TomSCS HCS HB 250
 0210S.06T - Changes the laws regarding the use of land
HB251Cunningham, MikeHCS HB 251
 1101L.03T - Specifies that a cooperative association providing economic benefits and services to its members for the purchase of milk products will not be a violation of the Unfair Milk Sales Practices Act
HB252Cunningham, MikeHB 252
 1091L.01I - Specifies that the health and management of privately owned domestic captive cervids, commonly known as deer or elk, will be under the jurisdiction and control of the Department of Agriculture
HB253Davis, CynthiaRuestman, MarilynHB 253
 1046L.01T - Allows motorcycle headlamps to be wired to modulate either the upper beam or lower beam from its maximum intensity to lesser intensity and establishes modulation standards
HB254Davis, CynthiaRuestman, MarilynHB 254
 1047L.01I - Establishes an affirmative defense for motorcycle riders who enter or cross an intersection controlled by a traffic control signal against a red light under certain circumstances
HB255Scharnhorst, DwightHB 255
 1043L.01P - Removes the Director of the Forms Management Unit as a voting member of the State Records Commission and replaces him or her with the Commissioner of the Office of Administration
HB256Scharnhorst, DwightHB 256
 1042L.01I - Reduces the consent requirement to two-thirds of the owners when making certain changes by amendment to a condominium's declaration
HB257Schieffer, EdWitte, TerrySCS HB 257
 0735S.02T - Allows Lincoln County to become a second classification county upon reaching the required assessed valuation and approval from the governing body
HB258Jones, TimothyJones, KennySCS HB 258
 0283S.02C - Allows the Department of Labor and Industrial Relations to establish rules to implement the federal minimum wage provisions and adds provisions regarding employees who receive tips
HB259Tilley, StevenSS HB 259
 1014S.03F - Allows a health insurance carrier 45 processing days, instead of the current 45 calendar days, to pay a claim
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
HJR14Davis, CynthiaFaith, SallyHJR 14
 0650L.01I - Proposes a constitutional amendment distributing 10% of the general revenue growth to the State Road Fund and the State Transportation Fund
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