92nd General Assembly, 1st Regular Session
Past Activity Registers
For Actions Recorded on: January 22, 2003

BillSponsorCoSponsorBill String
 Bill Information
HB112Townley, MerrillCunningham, JaneHB 112
 0587L.01I - Allows an additional exemption from immunizations for school children.
HB185Schneider, VickiBrown, JasonSCS HCS HB 185
 0843S.06T - Creates a statutory Amber Alert Program to aid in the location of abducted persons.
HB210Kratky, FredHB 210
 1120L.01I - Creates a $10 surcharge in certain criminal cases, creates the "GREAT fund", creates the Gang Resistance Education and Training (GREAT) and the Show Me Students with Character Initiative programs.
HB211Merideth, DennySeigfreid, JamesHB 211
 0128L.01I - Provides for the licensure of auctioneers.
HB212Behnen, RobertWright, MarkHB 212
 0547L.01I - Requires the superintendent of the Highway Patrol to submit a salary schedule which compares the salaries of officers in the 3 largest cities with salaries in the Highway Patrol to maintain parity.
HB213Myers, PeterMunzlinger, BrianHB 213
 0683L.01I - Adds filing of a current property tax receipt to the common law elements of an adverse possession action.
HB214Myers, PeterRansdall, BillyHB 214
 0672L.01I - Provides additional guidelines on income taxation of nonresident entertainers and athletes.
HB215Myers, PeterPortwood, CharlesHCS HB 215, 218, 115 & 83
 0675L.03C - Revises environmental laws.
HB216Myers, PeterWhorton, JimHB 216
 0680L.01I - Permits the state to withhold lease payments on properties owned by landowners who are delinquent on taxes.
HB217Myers, PeterPortwood, CharlesHB 217
 0677L.02I - Prohibits the State Board of Registration for the Healing Arts from disciplining certain physicians who participate in whistleblower activities.
HB218Myers, PeterWhorton, JimHB 218
 0916L.01I - Regulates fines for failure to file required reports with the Department of Natural Resources.
HB219Myers, PeterHB 219
 0686L.01I - Prohibits case workers employed by the Division of Family Services from working outside their assigned counties on a regular basis.
HB220Johnson, RickHB 220
 0926L.01I - Makes certain diseases disabilities for workers compensation coverage of police officers.
HB221Luetkemeyer, WilliamPearce, DavidSCS HCS HB 221
 0997S.03T - Revises laws on banking.
HB222Luetkemeyer, WilliamShoemyer, WesHCS HB 222
 1018L.02P - Exempts sponsors of certain fishing contests from the Department of Conservation's fishing permit and licensing requirements and allows certain hand fishing.
HB223Wilson, VictoriaBland, CraigHB 223
 0782L.02I - Eliminates the death penalty for murder in the first degree.
HB224Luetkemeyer, WilliamHB 224
 1007L.01I - Amends the requirements for health maintenance organizations relating to membership forms and certificates of authority.
HB225Luetkemeyer, WilliamHB 225
 1008L.01I - Amends the requirements for health maintenance organizations regarding sufficiency of health networks.
HB226Holand, RoyHampton, MarkHB 226
 1117L.01I - Requires restitution to the state for illegally taking deer and authorizes Conservation Commission to suspend, revoke, or deny a permit to hunt.
HB227Willoughby, PhillipHB 227
 1090L.01I - Allows electronic payments for criminal repository checks and authorizes the Highway Patrol to establish procedures for receiving requests and payments for requests.
HB228Smith, JoeBearden, CarlCCS SCS HS HCS HB 228
 0539L.14T - Requires senders of unsolicited commercial electronic mail to identify it as such; gives the Attorney General authority to seek removal of child pornography from Internet web sites.
HB229Wright, MarkPortwood, CharlesHB 229
 1132L.01I - Increases the penalties for forcible rape, forcible sodomy, attempt to commit forcible rape, and attempt to commit forcible sodomy.
HB230Jolly, CathyBurnett, JohnHB 230
 0670L.01I - Requires certain persons guilty of sexual offenses and sexual offenses against a child to complete required treatment programs and follow treatment directives.
HB231Jolly, CathyMarsh, B JHB 231
 0357L.01I - Repeals the requirement that punishment be changed if the law is revised prior to sentencing.
HB232Jolly, CathyJohnson, RickHB 232
 0365L.01I - Includes registered sexual offenders in the family care safety registry.
HB233Holand, RoyWilson, VictoriaHCS HB 233
 0827L.02C - Requires health insurers to treat mental health in the same manner as other medical services.
HB234Hubbard, RodneyBland, CraigHB 234
 0950L.01I - Establishes the Missouri 4 For More Program in the Department of Elementary and Secondary Education.
HB235Reinhart, GeralynDavis, CynthiaHB 235
 0660L.01I - Exempts self-employed business owners from unemployment tax.
HB236Reinhart, GeralynShoemaker, ChristoperHB 236
 0659L.01I - Creates a tax credit for fees paid to the Small Business Administration.
HB237Johnson, RobertHB 237
 0395L.02I - Changes the limits on the amounts of certain campaign contributions.
HB238Dougherty, CurtHenke, WayneHB 238
 1127L.01I - Lowers the minimum age for jury service from 21 to 18.
HB239Morris, LarryStevenson, BryanHB 239
 0239L.04I - Prohibits school districts from adopting discrimination policies that exceed state and federal protections against discrimination unless approved by voters of the district.
HB240Barnitz, FranklinPortwood, CharlesHB 240
 0856L.01I - Makes it a class A misdemeanor to sell liquor to or procure liquor for a person under 21, unless any person suffers serious physical injury or death, then it is a class D felony.
HB241Barnitz, FranklinKuessner, J CHB 241
 0743L.01I - Provides that paddlesport outfitters are not liable for injury to or death of participants resulting from inherent risk of the sport and must post notice of this fact.
HB242Barnitz, FranklinJetton, RodHB 242
 0930L.01I - Prohibits the possession or use of glass food or beverage containers within the banks of any navigable waterway in the state of Missouri.
HB243Luetkemeyer, WilliamHB 243
 0907L.01I - Changes the term of certain automobile insurance policies from twelve months to six months.
HB244Baker, BrianCooper, ShannonHB 244
 1087L.01T - Permits Cass County to choose by ordinance a planning and zoning program authorized by state statute.
HB245Marsh, B JWright, MarkHCS HB 245
 0993L.02T - Designates a portion of U.S. Highway 60 as the "Korea War Veterans' Memorial Freeway".
HB246Bishop, DanielJohnson, RobertHB 246
 0559L.01I - Revises the Kansas City police retirement system.
HB247Ward, DanielSelby, HaroldHB 247
 0295L.01T - Allows special mobile equipment to operate on weekends and legal holidays under certain circumstances.
HB248Rector, RexAvery, JimHB 248
 0861L.01I - Extends immunity from civil liability to owners of land next to certain dedicated trail systems.
HB249Seigfreid, JamesHB 249
 1181L.01T - Designates state route WW outside of Marshall, Missouri as "Butterfield Road".
HB250Johnson, RickHB 250
 0924L.01I - Provides a grievance procedure for law enforcement officers who are subject to dismissal or disciplinary transfer.
HB251Smith, ToddHB 251
 1004L.01I - Allows recreational vehicle associations to participate in vehicle shows under certain circumstances.
HB252Shoemaker, ChristoperMoore, DanieHB 252
 0766L.02I - Revises the crime of tampering with a judicial officer by adding juvenile officers, drug court and family court commissioners to the definition of a judicial officer.
HB253Shoemaker, ChristoperFraser, BarbaraHCS HB 253
 0049L.02T - Prohibits the disclosure of the Social Security number of the petititoner for an order of protection.
HB254Byrd, RichardHB 254
 1206L.01T - Creates the Uniform Electronics Transactions Act.
HCR2Crowell, JasonHCR 2
 0566L.01I - Authorizes the convening of a joint session of the House and Senate to receive the State of the Judiciary Address by the Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of the State of Missouri.
HCR8Walton, JuanitaHCR 8
 1140L.01I - Creates the Joint Legislative Committee on Out-of-School Programs.
HCR9Boykins, AmberWilson, YvonneHCR 9
 0584L.01I - Declares the first Thursday in February of each year to be "African American Business Enterprise Day".
HCR10Boykins, AmberWilson, YvonneHCR 10
 0582L.01I - Declares the third Monday and Tuesday in February of each year to be "Delta Days" in the state of Missouri.
HJR9Parker, ShermanStevenson, BryanHJR 9
 0887L.01I - Proposes a constitutional amendment limiting all statewide elected officers to two terms.
SCR1Gross, CharlesSCR 1
 0359S.01I - Disapproves the Salary Commission recommendations.
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