92nd General Assembly, 2nd Regular Session
Past Activity Registers
For Actions Recorded on: January 14, 2004

BillSponsorCoSponsorBill String
 Bill Information
HB848Hubbard, RodneyHB 848
 3447L.01I - Requires the Department of Health and Senior Services to offer a vaccination program for first responders deployed to disaster areas as a result of bioterrorism events.
HB849Hubbard, RodneyHB 849
 3446L.01I - Revises the statutes relating to lead abatement.
HB916Brown, JasonPage, SamSCS HB 916
 3308S.02T - Revises the crime of identity theft, creates a new crime of trafficking in stolen identities, and revises the crime of false impersonation.
HB980Myers, PeterMunzlinger, BrianSS#2 HCS HB 980
 2513S.04T - Requires certain environmental rules to be based on a regulatory impact report and limits the Department of Natural Resources to issuing permits only to statutory requirements.
HB1040Cunningham, JaneBaker, BrianSCS HCS HB 1040 AND HCS HB 1041
 3701S.08C - Establishes policies for education accountability.
HB1041Cunningham, JaneBaker, BrianHCS HB 1041
 3702L.02C - Revises various statutes relating to teachers and other school personnel.
HB1042Cunningham, MikeHB 1042
 3893L.01I - Authorizes an enterprise zone in Webster County.
HB1043Behnen, RobertHB 1043
 3790L.01I - Allows the Board of Nursing Home Administrators to hold disciplinary hearings and nursing home administrators to place their licenses on inactive status.
HB1044Behnen, RobertHB 1044
 3561L.01I - Amends various provisions regarding the regulation of pharmacies.
HB1045Cooper, ShannonPearce, DavidHB 1045
 3743L.01I - Allows county commissions to receive the funds from landfill fees.
HB1046Meiners, KateVogt, MichaelHB 1046
 3499L.01I - Establishes the Adult Entertainment Tax Act.
HB1047Guest, JimBivins, WaltHB 1047
 2893L.01T - Authorizes certain city councils to establish council member salaries by ordinance.
HB1048Parker, ShermanMcKenna, RyanHB 1048
 3494L.01I - Clarifies appropriations for community college district maintenance funds.
HB1049Cooper, RobertLuetkemeyer, WilliamHB 1049
 2950L.04I - Revises the statutes on vessels by increasing the fees for numbering certificates, requiring certain coves to be idle no-wake coves, and by creating a fund for the State Water Patrol.
HB1050McKenna, RyanReinhart, GeralynHB 1050
 3093L.01I - Removes the requirement that persons who do not stop at a weigh station must be determined to be in noncompliance with weight limit provisions in order to be punished.
HB1051Luetkemeyer, WilliamHB 1051
 3619L.01I - Revises various statutes relating to property and casualty insurance.
HB1052Engler, KevinByrd, RichardHB 1052
 2813L.02I - Makes it a class A misdemeanor for any unauthorized person to possess or sell a device used to change a traffic control signal.
HB1053Phillips, SusanDixon, BobHB 1053
 3689L.01I - Increases the punishment for possession of child pornography, adds it to the offenses for which a sex offender must register, and adds it to crimes used in defining a persistent or predatory offender.
HB1054Whorton, JimWallace, MaynardHB 1054
 2810L.01I - Increases from six to 10 the number of members on the Highways and Transportation Commission.
HB1055Bruns, MarkDeeken, BillCCS SS HCS HB 1055
 3722L.06T - Revises the statutes relating to sexual offenses, assault on law enforcement officers, and the payment of restitution for criminal offenses.
HB1056Bishop, DanielMarsh, B JHB 1056
 3332L.01I - Changes provisions concerning unmarked burial remains.
HB1057Goodman, JackStevenson, BryanHB 1057
 3628L.01I - Changes certain driver's license requirements for certain emergency personnel.
HB1058Goodman, JackGuest, JimHB 1058
 3630L.01I - Establishes remedies available for tenant default on utility and rent payments.
HB1059Goodman, JackStevenson, BryanHB 1059
 3631L.01I - Allows alimony and maintenance to be terminated based on cohabitation and repeals a statute requiring divorce cases to be heard by circuit judges, unless they are assigned to an associate circuit judge.
HB1060Goodman, JackStevenson, BryanHB 1060
 3629L.01I - Makes it a class A misdemeanor for any person other than emergency personnel to possess a mobile infrared transmitter capable of changing a traffic signal.
HB1061Crawford, LarryQuinn, JohnHB 1061
 3247L.01I - Requires that eligible state employees be paid for overtime hours worked unless the employee requests compensatory time off at the applicable overtime rate.
HB1062Crawford, LarryGreen, ThomasHB 1062
 3744L.01I - Establishes new procedures for licensing street rods and custom vehicles.
HB1063Hampton, MarkGreen, ThomasHB 1063
 3421L.01I - Makes various changes to the powers and authority of the State Water Patrol.
HB1064Sander, ThereseMyers, PeterHB 1064
 2752L.01I - Exempts from attachment and execution the first $2,000 of a person's interest in breeding stock and dairy cattle.
HB1065Baker, BrianDavis, DahlmanHB 1065
 3787L.01I - Adds Cass County to the list of counties which assess a surcharge of $10 in all criminal cases.
HB1066Baker, BrianDavis, DahlmanHB 1066
 3786L.01I - Adds Cass County to the list of counties which are authorized to assess a $45 civil case surcharge for a courthouse restoration fund.
HB1067Skaggs, TrentLeVota, PaulHB 1067
 2942L.01I - Authorizes the charging of vehicle-related fees and fines to personal property tax bills.
HB1068Harris, JeffAbel, MarkHB 1068
 3200L.01I - Authorizes the Commissioner of the Office of Administration to use reverse auction procedures.
HB1069Bivins, WaltVilla, ThomasHCS HB 1069
 3687L.03C - Revises the statutes relating to the Board of Trustees of the St. Louis Police Retirement System and certain retirement benefits.
HB1070Miller, RonaldWagner, HowardHB 1070
 3500L.01T - Authorizes boards of education of school districts to adopt an emergency preparedness plan to address the use of school resources in an emergency.
HB1071Goodman, JackSCS HB 1071, 801, 1275 & 989
 3682S.03T - Authorizes the conveyance of various parcels of state property.
HB1072Jetton, RodFraser, BarbaraHB 1072
 2928L.02I - Provides a regulatory framework for historic shipwreck protection.
HB1073Engler, KevinNieves, BrianHB 1073
 3458L.02I - Creates the crime of unlawful distribution of prescription medication without a prescription in school.
HB1074Byrd, RichardHanaway, CatherineHCS HB 1074 & 1129
 3897S.02T - Makes it a crime to burn a cross with the intent to intimidate any person or group of persons.
HB1075Stevenson, BryanWilson, KevinHB 1075
 3814L.01I - Allows a 36-hour hold for persons arrested without a warrant.
HB1076Stevenson, BryanMyers, PeterHB 1076
 3813L.01I - Requires the Department of Elementary and Secondary Education to request funds to provide for a professional development fund for teachers and eliminates the Success Leads to Success Program.
HB1077Stevenson, BryanLipke, ScottHB 1077
 3825L.01I - Repeals certain statutes that are expired, terminated, or no longer effective.
HB1078Stevenson, BryanBaker, BrianHB 1078
 2461L.01I - Revises various statutes relating to juveniles.
HB1079Rector, RexDavis, DahlmanHB 1079
 3788L.01I - Authorizes the Cass County Commission to impose a civil fine for violation of county rules, regulations, or ordinances.
HB1080Pratt, BryanJohnson, RobertHB 1080
 2867L.01I - Revises the statute on penalties for failure to yield at an intersection by adding surcharges and suspensions under certain circumstances.
HB1081Lowe, JeneeReinhart, GeralynHB 1081
 3017L.01I - Requires the Board of Probation and Parole to review and make clemency recommendations to the Governor regarding prisoners serving sentences for which they cannot be paroled.
HB1082Pratt, BryanDusenberg, GaryHB 1082
 3765L.02I - Adds qualifications for members of civilian review boards.
HB1083Rector, RexWilloughby, PhillipHB 1083
 3412L.01I - Allows credit for franchise fees paid by a public utility right-of-way user.
HB1084Emery, EdRector, RexHB 1084
 3751L.01I - Authorizes customer-specific pricing for DS-1 related retail telecommunications services.
HB1085Townley, MerrillHobbs, SteveHCS HB 1085
 3654L.03C - Requires certain entities taking property under eminent domain procedures to declare the intended use of the property.
HB1086Hobbs, SteveYates, BrianHB 1086
 3501L.01I - Expands the teaching prohibition for noncertified teachers to include prekindergarten.
HB1087Boykins, AmberHB 1087
 3794L.01I - Establishes another recall election procedure for school board members.
HB1088Boykins, AmberHB 1088
 3405L.01I - Requires health insurers to offer coverage for the treatment of morbid obesity.
HB1089Bishop, DanielZweifel, CharlesHB 1089
 3737L.01I - Limits the disclosure of nonpublic personal health information.
HB1090Bishop, DanielPortwood, CharlesHCS HB 1090
 3774L.02T - Allows property insurance for real estate transferred by beneficiary deed to automatically continue with the grantee for up to 30 days.
HB1091Wood, DennisStevenson, BryanHB 1091
 3763L.01I - Requires a countywide election after a favorable municipal election to approve gambling boats in cities located within a county.
HB1092Deeken, BillWilson, LarryHB 1092
 3125L.02I - Provides for additional compensation for each county clerk for duties required by the federal Help America Vote Act of 2002.
HB1093Deeken, BillSkaggs, TrentHCS HB 1093
 3268L.04P - Establishes the rights of persons who utilize service dogs.
HB1094Mayer, RobertJolly, CathyHB 1094
 3835L.01I - Revises the statutes relating to the DNA Profiling System.
HB1095Stefanick, JodiMcKenna, RyanHB 1095
 3745L.01I - Allows members of the State Highway Patrol to become candidates for and members/directors of school boards.
HB1096Wilson, KevinRector, RexHB 1096
 3747L.01I - Requires providers of telecommunications services transmiting communications over a company's telecommunications facilities to transmit the phone number of the party initiating the communication.
HB1097Schaaf, RobHubbard, RodneyHB 1097
 2567L.01I - Revises lead abatement statutes.
HB1098Goodman, JackBrown, JasonHCS HB 1098 & 949
 3632L.03P - Establishes gubernatorial and legislative inaugural committees.
HB1099Reinhart, GeralynErvin, DougHCS HB 1099
 3839L.03T - Clarifies sales and use tax exemption eligibility for manufacturing and material recovery plants.
HCR1Crowell, JasonHCR 1
 3659L.02I - Authorizes a joint session of the House and Senate to receive the State of the Judiciary address by the Chief Justice.
HCR10Myers, PeterHCR 10
 3953L.01I - Designates Menfro soil as representing the many fertile soils of the State of Missouri.
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