95th General Assembly, 1st Regular Session
Past Activity Registers
For Actions Recorded on: January 20, 2009

BillSponsorCoSponsorBill String
 Bill Information
HB285Storch, RachelHB 285
 1118L.01I - Allows physicians to use expedited partner therapy by dispensing and prescribing medications for partners of persons with certain sexually transmitted diseases who are not their patients
HB286Schaaf, RobSander, ThereseHCS HB 286
 0460L.02P - Requires every hospital licensed in the state to establish a methicillin-resistant staphylococcus aureus (MRSA) control program
HB287Day, DavidKuessner, J CHB 287
 0860L.01P - Classifies sawmills and planing mills as agricultural and horticultural property instead of commercial property for property taxation purposes
HB288Cunningham, MikeHB 288
 0950L.01I - Specifies that a general contractor is not required to provide workers' compensation benefits to a subcontractor and his or her employees under certain conditions
HB289Wallace, MaynardHB 289
 1078L.01T - Requires the designation of an agent for a binding signature on a placement settlement and makes the five-business-day notice applicable to all special education due process hearings
HB290Wells, DonMcGhee, MikeHB 290
 0383L.01I - Requires the board of education of each school district to adopt a policy for the random testing of the district's teachers and other employees for the unlawful use of controlled substances
HB291Wells, DonMcGhee, MikeHB 291
 0711L.01I - Specifies that a person operating a motor vehicle will be deemed to have given consent to tests to determine alcohol or drug content if the person collides with a pedestrian during daylight hours
HB292Jones, KennyPratt, BryanHB 292
 1074L.01I - Changes the laws regarding the requirements of certain corporate filings
HB293Nance, BobNolte, JerryHB 293
 0900L.01I - Requires the Department of Social Services to provide all public school districts information on the state's health insurance program for uninsured children to be distributed at school enrollment
HB294Chappelle-Nadal, MariaMcGhee, MikeHCS HB 294
 0815L.03P - Requires associate circuit courts to adopt a local court rule providing for the centralized filing of rent and possession cases and to hear the cases within 30 days after the date of the filing
HB295Chappelle-Nadal, MariaMcGhee, MikeHB 295
 0811L.01I - Prohibits a public body from entering into a public works contract with a company that has been found guilty of conducting discriminatory employment practices within the preceding five years
HB296Chappelle-Nadal, MariaOxford, Jeanette MottHB 296
 0804L.01I - Requires, subject to appropriations, an expansion of the variety of kosher foods approved under the Women, Infants, and Children (WIC) Special Supplemental Food Program
HB297Chappelle-Nadal, MariaHB 297
 0812L.01I - Allows automobile insurers to charge different rates based on seat belt usage
HB298Grisamore, JeffPratt, BryanHB 298
 1122L.01I - Requires health carriers issuing or renewing a health plan to provide individuals younger than 21 years of age insurance coverage for the diagnosis and treatment of autism spectrum disorders
HB299Wilson, LarryStorch, RachelHCS HB 299
 0574L.03T - Removes the limit on the amount of appropriations per fiscal year to the Missouri Arts Council
HB300Grisamore, JeffOxford, Jeanette MottHB 300
 0917L.01I - Requires all new signs erected beginning August 28, 2009, relating to disabled parking to contain the words "Accessible Parking" instead of "Handicap Parking"
HB301Grisamore, JeffNorr, CharlieHB 301
 0925L.01I - Requires certain gas station attendants to dispense motor fuel for persons with a disability and requires the Governor's Council on Disability to post on its web site a list of all full-service stations
HB302Dethrow, MikeDieckhaus, ScottHB 302
 1018L.01I - Changes the laws regarding the firearms safety training requirement for obtaining a permit to carry a concealed weapon to allow proof of certain types of military service to satisfy the requirement
HB303Schaaf, RobWildberger, EdHB 303
 0462L.01I - Prohibits health insurers from discriminating against any willing provider in the geographic region of the health benefit plan
HB304Schad, RodneySchaaf, RobHCS HB 304
 0130L.02P - Specifies the meaning of "significant difference in the time involved in transporting students" for purposes of elections to change school district boundaries
HB305Schad, RodneySchaaf, RobHB 305
 0464L.01I - Allows two or more adjacent school districts to share a superintendent when at least one of the districts' accreditation status is accredited or provisionally accredited
HB306Schad, RodneySchaaf, RobHCS HB 306
 0101L.02T - Requires the board of a lake area business district to enter into an agreement with the Department of Revenue for the collection of transient guest taxes within the district
HB307Cunningham, MikeHB 307
 0567L.01I - Allows a parent to request and the court to order that up to 10% of court-ordered child support payments be set aside in a savings or educational account
HB308Nasheed, JamilahMcGhee, MikeHB 308
 0879L.01I - Phases out over a six-year period the state sales and use tax on the purchase of food and replaces the revenue with an additional excise tax on wine and liquor
HB309Nasheed, JamilahEl-Amin, TalibdinHB 309
 0872L.01I - Requires fiscal notes for proposed legislation and all applications for grants from state agencies to include a minority impact statement
HB310Jones, TimothyFlook, TimHCS HB 310
 1033L.02P - Changes the laws regarding liquor control
HB311Yates, BrianSkaggs, TrentHB 311
 0768L.03I - Changes the laws regarding charter schools
HB312Storch, RachelFlook, TimHB 312
 0077L.03I - Re-authorizes the tax credits for qualified research expenses, limits the annual credits to $10 million, limits the qualified research activities, and specifies how the credits are to issued
HB313Yates, BrianGrisamore, JeffHCS HB 313
 1177L.04C - Changes the laws regarding several economic development programs, establishes the Small Business and Entrepreneurial Growth Act, and authorizes business, education, science, and technology districts
HB314Harris, BelindaKelly, ChrisHB 314
 0633L.01I - Prohibits the disclosure of certain personal information on typical court documents that are currently available to the public regarding divorce, legal separation, child support, and child custody
HB315Kratky, MicheleStevenson, BryanHB 315
 1167L.01I - Exempts landlords from liability for loss or damage to a tenant's property upon the enforcement of a judgment granting possession under certain circumstances
HB316Jones, TimothySater, DavidSCS HCS HB 316
 0419S.07C - Changes the laws regarding the Open Meetings and Records Law, commonly known as the Sunshine Law
HB317Lipke, ScottDixon, BobHB 317
 1165L.01I - Specifies that no defendant in a criminal case is entitled to compel the examination of a witness who is younger than 14 years of age
HB318Kelly, ChrisHB 318
 1039L.02I - Requires the Department of Revenue to develop methods for replacing the state individual and corporate income tax and the estate tax with a fair tax based on all new retail sales and services
HB319Swinger, TerryWitte, TerryHB 319
 0918L.01I - Revises the definition of "telephone solicitation" to prohibit political campaigns from using live operators or automatic dialing announcing devices (ADAD) equipment to call anyone on the No-call List
HB320Swinger, TerryFallert, JoeHCS HB 320, 39 & 662
 0919L.02P - Authorizes a one-time income tax credit to a taxpayer for 50% of the cost of the construction of a storm shelter or $1,500, whichever is less
HB321Emery, EdNieves, BrianHB 321
 0840L.02I - Regulates sexually oriented businesses
HB322Molendorp, ChrisMcGhee, MikeHB 322
 0979L.01I - Authorizes sewer subdistricts in Jackson County to issue bonds for undertaking certain activities
HB323Sutherland, MikeJones, TimothyHCS#2 HB 323 & 528
 0839L.04C - Changes the laws regarding taxation and several economic development programs and establishes the Small Business and Entrepreneurial Growth Act
HB324Silvey, RyanHB 324
 0364L.01I - Requires revenue from a tax increase within a tax increment financing district to be used only for the specified purposes
HB325Walsh, GinaWildberger, EdHB 325
 0786L.01I - Allows an individual who is 17 years of age to file for an adult order of protection and extends the time period for which an order of protection may be valid from one year to up to three years
HB326Sutherland, MikeSCS HB 326
 1254S.03T - Prohibits entities from using titles or initials to identify employees or volunteers as social workers unless they are licensed and requires coverage for mental health benefits by marital and family therapists
HB327Schaaf, RobErvin, DougHB 327
 0457L.01I - Changes the laws regarding the Missouri Health Facilities Review Committee for the Certificate of Need Program
HB328Hodges, SteveAtkins, BertHB 328
 0951L.01I - Prohibits reductions in county officials' salaries when a county changes classifications until the current official leaves office
HB329Kraus, WillYates, BrianHB 329
 0274L.01I - Exempts real property owned by individuals 65 years of age or older with certain levels of income from increases in assessed valuation that are not from new construction or improvements
HB330Bruns, MarkSutherland, MikeHCS HB 330
 1016L.03C - Allows courts to impose continuous alcohol monitoring or verifiable breath alcohol testing for certain offenders of alcohol-related offenses
HCR5McGhee, MikeRichard, RonHCR 5
 0943L.01I - Disapproves the Missouri Citizens' Commission on Compensation for Elected Officials salary recommendations
HCR10Tilley, StevenHCR 10
 1299L.01I - Joint Session in the Hall of the House of Representatives at 7:00p.m., Tuesday, January 27, 2009 for the State of the State message from Governor Jeremiah "Jay" Nixon
HCR11Tilley, StevenHCR 11
 1300L.01I - Joint Session in the Hall of the House of Representatives at 10:30a.m. Wednesday, January 28, 2009, for the State of the Judiciary message, from Chief Justice Laura Denvir Stith
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