91st General Assembly, 1st Regular Session
Past Activity Registers
For Actions Recorded on: January 18, 2001

BillSponsorCoSponsorBill String
 Bill Information
HB292Overschmidt, FrancisHB 292
 1061L.01I - Revises the Tourism Supplemental Revenue Fund.
HB399Berkstresser, JudyHB 399
 0095L.01I - Allows for reimbursement of expenses in certain condemnation and inverse condemnation proceedings.
HB400Treadway, JosephFoley, JamesHB 400
 0562L.01I - Redefines the supervision of physician assistants by physicians.
HB401Treadway, JosephHB 401
 1250L.02I - Allows certain health care professionals to provide dental treatments and establishes a dental hygienist advisory commission.
HB402Boucher, ArthurHB 402
 1202L.01I - Allows copies of certain records and reports to be mailed or faxed to treatment providers and therapists assigned to certain offenders.
HB403Hosmer, WilliamKreider, JimHB 403
 0881L.01I - Extends open records exception for municipal electric utilities preparing for deregulation until December 31, 2003.
HB404Graham, CharlesWilson, VictoriaHB 404
 1092L.01I - Makes various changes to the laws regarding sheltered workshops.
HB405Kelley, PatrickLong, ElizabethHB 405
 1085L.01I - Increases the state income tax deduction for dependents from twelve hundred dollars to two thousand dollars.
HB406Kelley, PatrickOstmann, LucindaHB 406
 0692L.01I - Creates procedure to review sentences of nonparolable prisoners.
HB407Kelley, PatrickBartle, MatthewHB 407
 1072L.01I - Regulates Internet access by minors in public schools and libraries.
HB408Kelley, PatrickHB 408
 1086L.01T - Authorizes conveyances of unused graves in public cemeteries back to the county or municipality in certain cases.
HB409Surface, CharlesHB 409
 1009L.01T - Authorizes a conveyance between the Missouri National Guard and the City of Joplin.
HB410Holt, BruceGeorge, ThomasHB 410
 1252L.01T - Allows expanded weed removal procedures in the City of St. Peters.
HB411Hegeman, DanielHB 411
 1226L.01I - Creates the Large Animal Veterinary Medicine Loan Repayment Program.
HB412Hegeman, DanielHB 412
 1227L.01I - Amends egg dealers' and retailers' licensing fees.
HB413Hegeman, DanielHB 413
 1229L.01I - Prevents substitute teachers who have withdrawn from a district's substitute list from drawing unemployment benefits from that district.
HB414Hegeman, DanielScott, DelbertHB 414
 0030L.01I - Requires facilities licensed by the Division of Aging to employ a food services director and requires long-term care facilities to employ a registered dietician.
HB415Hendrickson, CarlHB 415
 0835L.01I - Requires a one-year waiting period before resubmission of defeated school bond issues.
HB416O'Connor, PatrickHB 416
 0777L.03I - Establishes regulations and licensing provisions regarding the practice of naturopathic medicine.
HB417Dougherty, PatrickFraser, BarbaraHB 417
 1137L.01I - Creates the Missouri CASA Fund in the state treasury.
HB418Dougherty, PatrickFraser, BarbaraHB 418
 1138L.01I - Increases the foster care reimbursement rate to the rate established by the U.S. Department of Agriculture.
HB419Selby, HaroldHB 419
 1320L.01I - Repeals a provision on county planning and zoning similar to one declared unconstitutional.
HB420Williams, DeletaFranklin, J.HB 420
 1233L.01T - Removes termination clause on Motorcycle Safety Education Program.
HB421Graham, CharlesFarnen, TheodoreCCS SS SCS HS HB 421
 1100L.14C - Provides that consumption, not sale or provision, of intoxicating beverages is the proximate cause of injuries resulting from intoxication.
HB422Froelker, JamesHB 422
 1076L.02I - Creates heirloom birth certificates and marriage licenses suitable for display.
HB423Dougherty, PatrickWiggins, GaryHB 423
 0998L.01I - Creates a state income tax credit for taxpayers who purchase zero emissions vehicles and super-ultra-low emissions vehicles.
HB424Wilson, VictoriaFarnen, TheodoreHB 424
 1028L.01I - Prohibits certain disclosures to parents of students in postsecondary education.
HB425O'Toole, JamesGambaro, DerioHS HCS HB 425
 1254L.08T - Amends the law regarding underground facility safety and damage prevention.
HB426O'Toole, JamesHCS HB 426
 1312L.02P - Authorizes a deferred retirement option plan for certain retirement systems; revises firefighters' retirement systems.
HB427Hampton, MarkKelly, GaryHB 427
 1169L.01I - Adopts a new voluntary five-level minimum teacher salary plan.
HB428Kelly, GaryMonaco, RalphHCS HB 428
 1168L.02P - Creates crime of eluding a law enforcement official.
HB429Kelly, GaryHB 429
 1170L.01I - Allows retired teachers to work in school districts with teacher shortages without losing retirement benefits.
HB430Kelly, GaryHB 430
 1166L.01I - Creates the Policemen's and Sheriff's Deputies' Trust Fund for minimum peace officer salaries.
HB431Barry, JoanHB 431
 1346L.01T - Makes a technical correction in temporary licenses for trauma training.
HB432Liese, ChrisHB 432
 1253L.01I - Amends the law regulating mortgage brokers and mortgages.
HB433Bartle, MatthewHB 433
 1273L.01I - Removes expired provisions and sections.
HB434Merideth, DennyBritt, PhillipHB 434
 1003L.01I - Increases the allowable population for enterprise zones not within metropolitan statistical areas from twenty thousand to twenty-five thousand inhabitants.
HB435Merideth, DennyGraham, CharlesHB 435
 1365L.01I - Recognizes American Sign Language or any other generally accepted means of communication used by the deaf community and allows it to be treated as any other foreign language.
HB436Merideth, DennyBritt, PhillipHB 436
 1000L.01P - Enacts Missouri Airport Protection Act to provide new airport safety regulation.
HB437Griesheimer, JohnHB 437
 1263L.02I - Amends the laws regarding vehicle emission testing.
HB438Griesheimer, JohnHB 438
 1262L.02I - Amends various provisions regarding motor vehicle emission testing.
HB439Hegeman, DanielFarnen, TheodoreHB 439
 1230L.01I - Requires Department of Corrections to reimburse counties for certain prosecutors' pay.
HB440Boucher, ArthurLuetkenhaus, WilliamHB 440
 1203L.01I - Expands DNA profiling system to include all convicted felons.
HB441Holt, BruceBoucher, ArthurHCS HB 441, 94 & 244
 1275L.03T - Provides honorary high school diplomas to World War I, World War II, and Korean War veterans who left high school before graduation to serve in the United States military.
HB442Smith, PhilipSkaggs, BillyHB 442
 1368L.01I - Exempts certain public hospital records and meetings from the provisions of chapter 610, RSMo.
HB443Gratz, WilliamHB 443
 1125L.01I - Allows entities to disseminate the telemarketing no-call database to their employees or contractors.
HB444Kreider, JimHosmer, WilliamHB 444
 0931L.01P - Revises Criminal Activity Forfeiture Act.
HB445Luetkenhaus, WilliamHB 445
 1352L.01I - Corrects certain statutory cross-references in Chapter 288 of the Revised Statutes of Missouri.
HB446Luetkenhaus, WilliamHB 446
 1351L.01I - Revises the industrial classification system for determination of unemployment contributions.
HB447Luetkenhaus, WilliamHB 447
 1379L.01I - Creates Advisory Committee for Electronic Commerce.
HB448Luetkenhaus, WilliamHB 448
 1375L.01I - Changes the reassessment cycle for real property taxation from every two to every four years.
HB449Myers, PeterHB 449
 0919L.01I - Requires an uninsured motorist found to be at fault for an automobile accident with an insured motorist to pay the insured motorist's insurance deductible for coverage under the insured's policy.
HB450Myers, PeterHB 450
 0918L.01I - Requires the payment of all delinquent property taxes on real estate in order to obtain title by adverse possession.
HB451Myers, PeterColeman, MaidaHB 451
 0916L.01I - Expands the newborn screening requirements to include potentially treatable and manageable disorders.
HB452Gratz, WilliamHB 452
 1246L.01I - Expands eligible beneficiaries of Vocational Enterprises Program of the Department of Corrections.
HB453Ransdall, BillyBerkowitz, SamCCS#2 SS SCS HB 453
 1171L.08T - Revises law on surface mining, air emissions, and Petroleum Storage Tank Insurance Fund.
HCR6Myers, PeterHS HCR 6
 1162S.02C - Urges the Governor, Dept of Natural Resources, Dept of Conservation and Dept of Transportation to protest against the federal government's practice of controlling the flow of the Missouri River.
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