97th General Assembly, 2nd Regular Session
Past Activity Registers
For Actions Recorded on: January 13, 2014

BillSponsorCoSponsorBill String
 Bill Information
HB1099Burlison, EricJones, TimothyHB 1099
 4633L.01I - Specifies that no person as a condition or continuation of employment can be required to engage in or cease engaging in specified labor organization practices
HB1262Cornejo, RobertParkinson, MarkHB 1262
 5038L.01I - Creates the offense of impersonation of an actual person by electronic means
HB1263Cornejo, RobertParkinson, MarkHB 1263
 5039L.01I - Defines terms relating to electronic public and business records
HB1264Cornejo, RobertSchieffer, EdHB 1264
 5042L.01I - Changes the laws regarding state employment preference ratings for veterans
HB1265Cornejo, RobertBurlison, EricHB 1265
 5041L.01I - Prohibits a political subdivision from discriminating between licensed professional counselors and other mental health professionals when establishing regulations or recommending services
HB1266Cornejo, RobertJones, CalebHB 1266
 5044L.01I - Allows certain licensed beer merchants to sell thirty-two ounces to seventy ounces of draft beer to customers in certain containers filled on the premises for consumption off the premises
HB1267Cornejo, RobertHB 1267
 5043L.01I - Changes the laws regarding ethics
HB1268Curtman, PaulFranklin, DianeHB 1268
 4614H.02P - Changes the individual income tax brackets to adjust for inflation
HB1269Curtman, PaulKelley, MikeHB 1269
 4638H.03I - Eliminates the various individual income tax rate brackets and imposes a tax rate of 6% on Missouri taxable income greater than 106% of the official poverty line for the taxable year
HB1270Lant, BillReiboldt, BillSS SCS HB 1270
 4901S.06T - Requires specified disclosures on new credit card processing service contracts
HB1271Molendorp, ChrisJones, CalebHB 1271
 4271H.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
HB1272English, KeithLichtenegger, DonnaHB 1272
 4182H.01I - Authorizes the City of Florissant to charge a reasonable fee to pay for costs associated with the maintenance of right-of-ways and easements
HB1273English, KeithHicks, RonHB 1273
 4468H.01I - Requires a circuit court clerk to charge a $5 fee to the defendant for specified violations to pay for the costs associated with establishing and maintaining electronic citations
HB1274English, KeithHicks, RonHB 1274
 4564H.01I - Changes the laws regarding domestic violence orders of protection
HB1275English, KeithHicks, RonHB 1275
 4225H.01I - Requires candidates wanting to serve as a fire protection district board director to file a declaration of candidacy containing the signatures of one hundred registered voters
HB1276English, KeithHicks, RonHB 1276
 4227H.01I - Increases the filing fee for a director of a fire protection district board
HB1277English, KeithMims, BonnayeHB 1277
 4191H.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
HB1278English, KeithHicks, RonHB 1278
 4181H.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
HB1279English, KeithHicks, RonHB 1279
 4230L.01I - Expands the A+ Schools Program to graduates of any high school that meets the program requirements
HB1280English, KeithHicks, RonHB 1280
 4183H.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
HB1281English, KeithLichtenegger, DonnaHB 1281
 4184H.01I - Allows a school district to authorize its schools to observe a moment of silence in individual classrooms
HB1282English, KeithLichtenegger, DonnaHB 1282
 4452H.01I - Prohibits anyone from sending, reading, or writing a text message while operating a motor vehicle
HB1283English, KeithHicks, RonHB 1283
 4440H.01I - Specifies that Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) benefits may not be used to purchase energy drinks
HB1284English, KeithRunions, JoeHB 1284
 4694H.01I - Prohibits retail businesses from operating on Thanksgiving, Christmas Day, and Easter Sunday
HB1285English, KeithFunderburk, DougHCS HB 1285
 4702H.02C - Requires every public school to conduct educational programs and activities regarding Veterans Day and allows a district to include it as a school holiday
HB1286English, KeithSchupp, JillHB 1286
 4698H.01I - Requires the Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District to reimburse a property owner up to $3,000 for damage caused from a sewer line that has discharged into the property due to an overcharge
HB1287English, KeithLaFaver, JeremyHB 1287
 4196H.01I - Allows a voter to cast an advance ballot
HB1288English, KeithLaFaver, JeremyHB 1288
 4197H.01I - Creates an advance voting system for primary and general elections
HB1289English, KeithHicks, RonHB 1289
 4180H.01I - Allows the Director of the Department of Revenue to require certain applications to include the applicant's unique identification number
HB1290English, KeithKolkmeyer, GlenHB 1290
 4707H.01I - Requires any automated traffic enforcement system to include a sign located at the intersection indicating the presence of the system
HB1291English, KeithKolkmeyer, GlenHB 1291
 4705H.01I - Specifies that fines collected from red-light camera violations shall be used to assist the funding of driver's education programs in the local school district of the municipality where the fine was collected
HB1292English, KeithKolkmeyer, GlenHB 1292
 4706H.01I - Requires any traffic enforcement system photograph to depict the driver from the front in order for the violation to be valid
HB1293English, KeithHummel, JacobHB 1293
 4222H.01I - Establishes procedures for approving changes to redevelopment projects in St. Louis County, St. Charles County, and Jefferson County
HB1294McNeil, MargoOtto, BillHB 1294
 4240L.01I - Allows for school transfers within school districts when certain requirements are met and establishes a School Improvement Grant Program
HB1295Koenig, AndrewBahr, KurtSCS HCS HB 1295
 4669S.07C - Changes the laws regarding income tax
HB1296Koenig, AndrewCox, StanleySCS HCS HB 1296
 5085S.03T - Changes the laws regarding taxes based on sales
HB1297Koenig, AndrewBahr, KurtHB 1297
 5086H.01I - Modifies the corporate income tax rate in Missouri by gradually phasing it out over a five year period
HB1300Rowden, CalebKelly, ChrisHCS HB 1300
 4748H.03T - Allows fire protection district board of directors to meet without public notice in order to disburse funds necessary for the deployment of certain task forces
HB1301Neth, MyronHB 1301
 5080H.01T - Changes the laws regarding the Kansas City police retirement systems
HB1302Remole, TimFitzwater, PaulHCS HB 1302
 5125S.03T - Prohibits the Department of Natural Resources from regulating the manufacture, performance, or use of residential wood burning appliances unless authorized to do so by the General Assembly
HB1303Haahr, ElijahJones, TimothyHCS HB 1303
 5143H.02T - Establishes the Missouri Student Religious Liberties Act
HB1304Gosen, DonBurns, BobSCS HCS HB 1304
 4703S.03T - Changes the laws regarding the sale of intoxicating liquor
HB1305Phillips, DonFraker, LyndallSCS HB 1305
 5117S.02C - Specifies that any member of the crew of a locomotive or train cannot be required to display a driver's license to any law enforcement officer in connection with the operation of a locomotive or train
HB1306Love, WarrenRemole, TimHB 1306
 4739H.01I - Changes the laws regarding the prevailing hourly rate of wages
HB1307Elmer, KevinKoenig, AndrewSCS HCS HBs 1307 & 1313
 5074S.03T - Changes the minimum waiting period before a woman can have an abortion from 24 hours to 72 hours
HB1308Thomson, MikeWright, JohnHCS HB 1308
 4464L.03P - Expands the Higher Education Academic Scholarship Program to include forgivable loans
HB1309Sommer, ChrissyAllen, SueHCS HB 1309
 5159H.03C - Changes the laws regarding the Brain Injury Fund
HB1310Torpey, NoelZerr, AnneHCS HBs 1310 & 1236
 5187H.02P - Establishes the Missouri Angel Investment Incentive Act
HB1311Smith, ClemHB 1311
 4956L.01I - Establishes registration and reporting requirements for a jurisdiction utilizing an automated speed enforcement system on any roadway within the state highway system
HB1312Smith, ClemHB 1312
 4957L.01I - Requires members of the House of Representatives to be subject to drug testing within 60 days of the start of the legislative session
HB1313Frederick, KeithHB 1313
 5277L.01I - Increases the minimum waiting period before a woman can have an abortion from 24 hours to 72 hours
HB1314Frederick, KeithHB 1314
 5278L.01I - Modifies the Health Care Freedom Act by prohibiting the state from implementing a health insurance exchange and insurers from accepting remuneration and establishes the duties of the Attorney General regarding the bill
HB1315Ellinger, RorySchupp, JillHB 1315
 4055L.01I - Increases the excise tax on cigarettes of 17 cents per pack of 20 cigarettes by 4 cents per pack per year for four years until the tax reaches 33 cents per pack, if approved by a vote of the people
HB1316Ellinger, RoryMims, BonnayeHB 1316
 4048L.01I - Prohibits anyone, regardless of age, from sending, reading, or writing a text or electronic message while operating a noncommercial moving motor vehicle on any highway in this state
HB1317Ellinger, RoryCurtis, Courtney AllenHB 1317
 4127L.01I - Changes the time for a man to file an action to establish paternity or file with the putative father registry from 15 days to 60 days after the birth of the child
HB1318Ellinger, RoryHB 1318
 4129L.01I - Changes the minimum sentencing requirements for felons who have no previous prison commitments and are first-time dangerous felons
HB1319Ellinger, RoryHB 1319
 4130L.01I - Requires a felon who has a previous prison commitment for any felony offense and who is a first-time dangerous felony offender to be granted parole after serving a specified portion of his or her sentence
HB1320Ellinger, RorySchupp, JillHB 1320
 4688L.01T - Requires a breastfeeding mother to use discretion and excuses breastfeeding mothers from jury service
HB1321Ellinger, RoryMims, BonnayeHB 1321
 4107L.02I - Changes the time for consent for adoption to be executed from 48 hours to 72 hours after the birth of a child
HB1322Ellinger, RoryPeters, JoshuaHB 1322
 4034L.01I - Allows a person convicted of a drug-related felony to become eligible for Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program benefits upon meeting certain conditions
HB1323Ellinger, RoryMims, BonnayeHB 1323
 4125L.01I - Authorizes expungement for specified offenses and increases the surcharge on petitions for expungement from $100 to $500
HB1324Ellinger, RoryPeters, JoshuaHB 1324
 4036L.01I - Establishes a pilot program for the medical use of marijuana
HB1325Ellinger, RoryPeters, JoshuaHB 1325
 4126L.01I - Changes the laws regarding the possession of less than 35 grams of marijuana and the possession of marijuana drug paraphernalia
HB1326Guernsey, CaseyReiboldt, BillSS SCS HCS HB 1326
 5021S.06T - Changes the laws regarding agriculture
HB1327Solon, SheilaDiehl, JohnHCS HB 1327
 4965H.02C - Prohibits a health benefit plan from requiring a higher out-of-pocket cost for oral chemotherapy than it requires for injected or intravenous chemotherapy
HB1328Carpenter, JonHummel, JacobHB 1328
 4400L.01I - Decreases individual income tax rates on income of $300,000 or less, imposes an 8% tax rate on income above $300,000, creates a low-income tax deduction, and decreases the individual income tax deduction
HB1329Barnes, JayHB 1329
 5088H.01I - Specifies that personally identifiable information of consumers, including purchasing history, cannot be disseminated to certain parties without written consent of the individual
HB1330Barnes, JayHB 1330
 5307H.01I - Requires health insurance navigators to be bonded and creates a private cause of action against navigators for unlawful release of private identifying information
HB1331Barnes, JayHB 1331
 4873L.01I - Specifies that it is unlawful for any person to divulge educational records with personally-identifiable information of any elementary or secondary student to any other person or entity with specified exceptions
HB1332Barnes, JayHB 1332
 5349H.01I - Prohibits the unauthorized release of data collected by automobile event data recorders, unless there is a valid search warrant
HB1333Barnes, JayHB 1333
 5342H.01I - Changes the definition of personal information with regards to breaches of consumer information security
HB1334Barnes, JayHB 1334
 4275H.02I - Creates the crime of publishing pornography for revenge
HB1335Barnes, JayHB 1335
 4692H.01I - Prohibits businesses from requiring payment to remove a booking photograph and includes a petition process for an individual to have his or her booking photograph removed from the website
HB1336Gosen, DonBlack, LindaSCS HCS HB 1336
 4862S.04C - Changes the requirements for disclosure of information regarding insurance holding companies
HCR1Diehl, JohnHCR 1
 4028H.01I - Relating to a Joint Session for the State of the State Address
HCR2Diehl, JohnHCR 2
 4029H.01I - Relating to a Joint Session for the State of the Judiciary Address
HCR9Cookson, SteveSpencer, BryanSS HCR 9
 5003S.02F - Strongly urges the National Park Service to draft its final General Management Plan for the Ozark National Scenic Riverways to recognize the importance the riverways provides to the state
HJR55Hicks, RonJones, TimothyHJR 55
 4677L.01I - Proposes a constitutional amendment guaranteeing a citizen's right to hunt, fish, and harvest wildlife and the use of traditional devices and methods to exercise the right
HRB1298Flanigan, TomAllen, SueHCS HRB 1298
 4783L.03T - Repeals various expired, obsolete, ineffective, and sunset provisions of statutes as identified by the Joint Committee on Legislative Research
HRB1299Flanigan, TomAllen, SueSCS HCS HRB 1299
 4765S.03T - Changes the laws based on executive branch reorganizations since the adoption of the Reorganization Act of 1974
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