96th General Assembly, 1st Regular Session
Past Activity Registers
For Actions Recorded on: January 13, 2011

BillSponsorCoSponsorBill String
 Bill Information
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
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
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
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
HB76Nolte, JerryFisher, BarneyHCS HB 76
 0446L.04P - Changes the laws regarding the corporate franchise tax
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
HB133Brandom, EllenJones, TimothyHB 133
 0388L.01I - Specifies that employers subject to certain workers' compensation provisions must be liable to furnish compensation for injury or death of an employee by occupational disease
HB139Smith, JasonLeach, MelissaHB 139
 0655L.02P - Requires the Office of Administration to maintain public school and county and municipal government accountability information and the Governor's travel information on the Missouri Accountability Portal
HB154Black, LindaKander, JasonHCS HB 154
 0467L.02C - Changes the laws regarding the Department of Corrections
HB156Black, LindaFallert, JoeHB 156
 0469L.01I - Establishes Sam Pratt's Law which authorizes the Department of Health and Senior Services to prohibit unlicensed child care providers from continuing to provide services if there are pending criminal charges
HB160Brandom, EllenDiehl, JohnHB 160
 0480L.02I - Requires co-employees to be released from liability for negligence in performing the nondelegable duty of an employer to provide a safe workplace when the negligence contributes to injury or death
HB162Fisher, BarneyStream, RickHB 162
 0735L.01P - Changes the laws regarding workers' compensation liability
HB167Nolte, JerryGuernsey, CaseyHB 167
 0547L.01P - Requires Missouri driver's license examinations to only be administered in English
HB170Nolte, JerryHampton, KentHB 170
 0719L.01I - Specifies that an employer subject to certain workers' compensation provisions must be liable to furnish compensation for injury or death of an employee by occupational disease
HB174Thomson, MikeWallingford, WayneHCS HB 174
 0823L.02T - Changes the composition of the Coordinating Board for Higher Education, the University of Missouri Board of Curators, and the Missouri State University Board of Governors
HB175McNeil, MargoNance, BobHB 175
 0396L.01I - Increases from $14,300 to $16,000 the minimum base used to calculate the senior citizens property tax credit, commonly known as circuit breaker
HB176McNeil, MargoStill, MaryHB 176
 0436L.01I - Creates the crime of caller identification spoofing when a person places a call knowingly inserting false information into a caller identification system to mislead, defraud, or deceive
HB177McNeil, MargoEllinger, RoryHB 177
 0453L.01I - Prohibits political subdivisions from using an automated speed enforcement system to enforce speeding violations within 500 feet of any speed limit sign reducing the limit except in speical school zones
HB178Nasheed, JamilahCarter, ChrisHB 178
 0029L.01I - Authorizes the expungement of certain criminal records
HB179Nasheed, JamilahCurls, ShalonnHB 179
 0175L.01I - Raises the compulsory school attendance age to 18 in all school districts unless the student has successfully completed 16 credits towards high school graduation
HB180Nasheed, JamilahCurls, ShalonnHB 180
 0347L.01I - Authorizes an election authority to establish a procedure allowing registered voters to provide an email address to receive information in conjunction with the conduct of elections
HB181Nasheed, JamilahCurls, ShalonnHB 181
 0028L.01I - Increases the excise tax on cigarettes from 17 cents to 33 cents per pack of 20 cigarettes to be deposited, less a 3% collection fee, into the General Revenue Fund
HB182Walton Gray, RochelleMeadows, TimHB 182
 0363L.01T - Designates the first Friday in March as "Dress in Blue for Colon Cancer Awareness Day"
HB183Silvey, RyanHB 183
 0651L.01T - Changes the laws regarding the Police Retirement System of Kansas City and the Civilian Employees' Retirement System of the Police Department of Kansas City
HB184Dugger, TonySS SCS HB 184
 0801S.03T - Authorizes commissioners of certain road districts to be compensated for their services and specifies that risk coverages procured by certain political subdivisions will not require competitive bids
HB185Loehner, TomHB 185
 0697L.01I - Renames the Joint Committee on Urban Farming to the Joint Committee on Urban Agriculture and changes the expiration date of the provisions regarding the committee to January 1, 2013
HB186Entlicher, SueDugger, TonySCS HB 186
 0818S.02T - Changes the laws regarding county officers
HB187Conway, PatHCS HB 187 & 54
 0808L.02P - Repeals the provision that requires a political party's emblem to be printed on an election ballot above the party caption
HB188Molendorp, ChrisHB 188
 0803L.01I - Adds Cass County to the list of counties authorized to enact nuisance abatement ordinances regarding the condition of real property
HB189Ruzicka, DonHB 189
 0772L.01P - Repeals the provision which prohibits expanded polypropylene coolers from being on or within 50 feet of any river in this state except for certain specified rivers and areas
HB190Ruzicka, DonHB 190
 0774L.01T - Authorizes divisions within the Department of Natural Resources to receive funds to be placed in a revolving fund for the purpose of cash transactions involving the sale of items made by the divisions
HB191Ruzicka, DonHB 191
 0773L.01I - Authorizes the State Treasurer to deposit all moneys in the State Park Earnings Fund in any qualified depository of the state and requires these deposits to be secured in a manner provided by law
HB192Jones, TimothyHCS HB 192
 0577L.02P - Changes the laws regarding environmental protection programs
HB193Diehl, JohnCox, StanleyCCS SS HCS HB 193
 0609L.18T - Changes the composition of Congressional districts based on the 2010 census
HB194Molendorp, ChrisHB 194
 0802L.01I - Authorizes Cass County to establish a county municipal court
HB195Koenig, AndrewFunderburk, DougHB 195
 0116L.01I - Requires the State Board of Education and other public school entities to encourage students to explore scientific questions and to allow the teaching of scientific theories of biological or chemical evolution
HB196Jones, TishauraTilley, StevenHB 196
 0571L.01I - Extends the expiration date on the provisions regarding the Missouri Rx Plan from August 28, 2011, to August 28, 2016
HB197Jones, TishauraNewman, StaceyHCS HB 197
 0698L.02T - Requires the Department of Health and Senior Services to post on its web site resources relating to umbilical cord blood
HB198Denison, CharlieHough, LincolnHB 198
 0876L.01I - Designates December 25 of each year as "Christmas Day"
HB199Kelley, MikeRedmon, CraigHB 199
 0533L.01T - Specifies that a prior or persistent offender of an intoxication-related offense must perform a specified minimum number of hours of community service as an alternative to imprisonment
HB200Kelley, MikeRedmon, CraigHB 200
 0546L.01P - Specifies that gross negligence will be the standard of proof in actions for damages brought against a public or private correctional or detention facility as a result of a death by suicide of any inmate
HB201Sater, DavidHB 201
 0919L.01I - Authorizes the MO HealthNet Division to implement a statewide dental delivery system to ensure recipient participation and access to providers of dental services under MO HealthNet
HB202Hoskins, DennyLargent, ScottHB 202
 0144L.01I - Specifies that for two years the daily expense allowance for members of the General Assembly will be the same as the rate in effect on September 30, 2010, and cannot be increased
HB203Hoskins, DennyLargent, ScottHB 203
 0143L.01I - Adds professional therapy dogs to the definition of "service dog" as it relates to crimes against these animals or crimes of impersonating a disabled individual
HB204Hoskins, DennyLargent, ScottHB 204
 0139L.01T - Allows a resident who is on active military duty to renew his or her expired driver's license without a complete examination if the renewal is made within a specified time from discharge or residency
HB205Elmer, KevinDiehl, JohnHCS HB 205
 0701L.04P - Changes the laws regarding unlawful discriminatory employment practices as they relate to the Missouri Human Rights Law and establishes the Whistleblower Protection Act
HB206Meadows, TimNance, BobHB 206
 0721L.01I - Specifies that a business entity or employer who knowingly hires an illegal immigrant to perform work within the state will be subject to a $50,000 fine in addition to any other penalty provided by law
HB207Meadows, TimNance, BobHB 207
 0225L.01I - Prohibits any entity that is authorized to issue traffic tickets from using an automated red light enforcement system at any intersection within its jurisdiction except in a school, construction, or work zone
HB208Meadows, TimOxford, Jeanette MottHB 208
 0063L.01I - Prohibits certain persons from being appointed to the Regional Taxicab Commission, removes the requirement that four of the members be chosen from the industry, and establishes an advisory committee
HB209Guernsey, CaseyKlippenstein, GlenSS SCS HB 209
 0671S.03T - Changes the laws regarding county nuisance abatement ordinances, junkyards, and private nuisance actions
HB210Molendorp, ChrisHB 210
 0881L.01I - Changes the laws regarding the board of directors of public water supply districts
HB211Koenig, AndrewBahr, KurtHB 211
 0559L.01P - Prohibits the Department of Health and Senior Services from enforcing or enacting a rule or regulation relating to lead abatement that is stricter than those required by federal law
HB212Thomson, MikeHoskins, DennyHCS HB 212
 0820L.03C - Changes the laws regarding the annual certification fee that a proprietary school must pay
HB213Jones, TimothyDay, DavidSS HCS HB 213
 0647S.05T - Specifies that no abortion of a viable unborn child can be performed or induced except in certain specified situations
HB214Zerr, AnneAllen, SueSCS HCS HB 214
 0824S.05T - Changes the laws regarding human trafficking
HB215Gatschenberger, ChuckFisher, BarneyHB 215
 0737L.02I - Allows a resident of Missouri to purchase a firearm in any state, increases to five years the period that a concealed carry endorsement is valid, and lowers the age to obtain an endorsement to 21years
HCR5Smith, JasonHCR 5
 0685L.01I - Disapproves and suspends a proposed amendment to 4CSR 240-20.100 regarding the Electric Utility Renewable Energy Standards Requirements
HCR9Barnes, JayHCR 9
 0420L.02I - Submits an official application by the State of Missouri for the calling of a federal amendment convention
HCR12Rowland, LylePhillips, DonHCR 12
 0682L.01I - Claims sovereignty for the State of Missouri under the Tenth Amendment to the Constitution of the United States over all powers not otherwise enumerated and granted to the federal government
HCR13Wyatt, ZacharyRedmon, CraigHCR 13
 0576L.02I - Strongly supports the selection of Kirksville, Missouri, as the site for A.T. Still University's new School of Dentistry and Oral Health
HCR14Jones, TimothyNance, BobHCR 14
 0794L.01I - Designates February 6, 2011, as "Ronald Reagan Day" in Missouri in honor of the 100th anniversary of the birth of our 40th President of the United States
HJR5Pollock, DarrellSchoeller, ShaneHCS HJR 5
 0597L.03P - Proposes a constitutional amendment guaranteeing citizens the right to hunt, fish, trap, and harvest wildlife using traditionally approved devices or methods
HJR6Cierpiot, MikeConway, KathieHJR 6
 0366L.01P - Proposes a constitutional amendment guaranteeing the right of individuals to vote by secret ballot
HJR7Hoskins, DennyLargent, ScottHJR 7
 0146L.01I - Proposes a constitutional amendment reducing the number of members of the House of Representatives from 163 to 103 beginning with the 98th General Assembly
HJR8Koenig, AndrewBurlison, EricHCS HJR 8
 0122L.03C - Proposes a constitutional amendment replacing the individual and corporate income tax, corporation and bank franchise taxes, and sales and use tax with a sales tax on certain property and services
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