91st General Assembly, 2nd Regular Session
Past Activity Registers
For Actions Recorded on: January 23, 2002

BillSponsorCoSponsorBill String
 Bill Information
HB1037Monaco, RalphHosmer, WilliamCCS SCS HS HCS HB 1037, 1188, 1074 & 1271
 2842L.08T - Eliminates statute of limitations for forcible rape and sodomy.
HB1047Smith, PhilipHB 1047
 3149L.01I - Revises juvenile court jurisdiction, changes 15 1/2 to 15 and gives juvenile court jurisdiction over tobacco violations.
HB1072Hosmer, WilliamHB 1072
 2718L.01I - Allows for the termination of spousal maintenance based on cohabitation.
HB1074Fraser, BarbaraWilliams, DeletaHB 1074
 2978L.01I - Eliminates the statute of limitations on forcible rape and sodomy.
HB1127Smith, PhilipHB 1127
 2981L.01I - Requires lobbyists to wear identification badges.
HB1142Hosmer, WilliamHB 1142
 2563L.01I - Protects certain information furnished by a municipal utility to the Public Service Commission.
HB1151Smith, PhilipHB 1151
 3300L.01T - Corrects an erroneous internal cross-reference in the law on administration of trusts.
HB1154Smith, PhilipHCS HB 1154
 3278L.02P - Revises the purpose of chapter 211 on juvenile courts.
HB1184Smith, PhilipHB 1184
 3299L.01I - Deems the court's ruling on a termination of parental rights as a final judgment for purposes of appeal.
HB1187Hosmer, WilliamJolly, CathyHB 1187
 2723L.01I - Requires sex offenders released from incarceration to register in the county of their incarceration if they are going to live there after release.
HB1188Hosmer, WilliamKreider, JimHB 1188
 2567L.01I - Repeals the statute of limitations for forcible rape and sodomy.
HB1271Gratz, WilliamKreider, JimHB 1271
 3155L.01I - Eliminates the statute of limitations for forcible rape and sodomy and for statutory rape and sodomy in the first or second degree.
HB1551Linton, WilliamHB 1551
 3330L.01I - Allows the posting of American historical documents regardless of religious content.
HB1552Linton, WilliamHoland, RoyHB 1552
 3331L.01I - Requires informed consent prior to the administration of mental health treatment and services.
HB1553Linton, WilliamHB 1553
 3329L.01I - Limits the psychiatric and psychological evaluation of students.
HB1554Linton, WilliamHB 1554
 3327L.02I - Allows a tax credit related to a dependent child's reading level.
HB1555Linton, WilliamHB 1555
 3328L.01I - Revises law on privacy of elementary and secondary student records.
HB1556Rizzo, HenryHCS HB 1556
 4067L.04P - Includes separately managed accounts within scope of corporate income allocation provisions.
HB1557Merideth, DennyHB 1557
 2521L.01I - Allows eligible school districts to make transfers from the incidental fund to the capital projects fund.
HB1558Holand, RoyDavis, DahlmanHB 1558
 2606L.02I - Raises fees charged by excursion gambling boat licensees from two dollars to five dollars, with the increase to be used for state aid to school districts.
HB1559Holand, RoyHampton, MarkHB 1559
 4016L.01I - Requires restitution to the state for illegally taking deer and authorizes Conservation Commission to suspend, revoke, or deny a permit to hunt.
HB1560Hegeman, DanielHB 1560
 3973L.01I - Requires the Highways and Transportation Commission to make certain contributions for health insurance to members of the Highway and Transportation Employees and Highway Patrol Retirement System.
HB1561Hilgemann, RobertWilson, YvonneHB 1561
 3804L.01I - Prohibits discrimination based on sexual orientation.
HB1562Liese, ChrisHB 1562
 3908L.01I - Requires approval of any project for industrical development by governing body of municipality in which project is located.
HB1563Green, TimHB 1563
 3816L.01I - Changes board of aldermen to city council in cities of the fourth classification.
HB1564Bartle, MatthewHB 1564
 3501L.01I - Freezes property assessment for property owners 65 and older.
HB1565Williams, DeletaRelford, RandallHB 1565
 3745L.01I - Provides guidelines for operation of private prisons.
HB1566Copenhaver, NancyHaywood, EstherHB 1566
 3953L.01I - Establishes the Professional Educators' Standards and Practices Act and board.
HB1567Luetkenhaus, WilliamHB 1567
 4069L.01I - Sets limits on the types of investments an insurance company can participate in.
HB1568Luetkenhaus, WilliamSCS HB 1568
 4070S.06T - Revises Long-term Care Insurance Act and provisions on reinsurance and insurance company investments.
HB1569Davis, DahlmanMarble, GaryHB 1569
 3856L.02P - Eliminates certain references to used tires in the waste tire statute.
HB1570Koller, DonKreider, JimHCS HB 1570
 3271L.08C - Authorizes additional funding for transportation purposes.
HB1571Skaggs, BillyHB 1571
 4170L.01I - Allows members of the Missouri State Employees Retirement System who retired prior to July 1, 1990, to receive monthly increase of five dollars times number of years of creditable service.
HB1572Skaggs, BillyHB 1572
 3640L.02I - Alters sick leave calculations for members of the Missouri State Employees Retirement System.
HB1573Mays, CarolBurton, GaryHB 1573
 3866L.01I - Allows electric utilities to transfer assets to affiliates with the approval of the Public Service Commission.
HB1574Cunningham, JaneJetton, RodHB 1574
 3319L.01I - Requires public schools and public institutions of higher education to recite the Pledge of Allegiance at the beginning of each school day.
HB1575Treadway, JosephBarry, JoanHB 1575
 3551L.01I - Raises the maximum upper limit for circuit breaker relief for the elderly.
HB1576Treadway, JosephBarry, JoanHCS HB 1576
 3552L.03C - Changes requirements for property assessments.
HB1577Campbell, MarshaLawson, MauriceHS HCS HB 1577, 1760, 1433, 1430, 1029 & 1700
 4020L.06P - Revises criminal laws.
HB1578Hosmer, WilliamWilson, VictoriaHB 1578
 3849L.01I - Lowers minimum age for jury duty from 21 to 18.
HB1579Kelly, GlendaHB 1579
 2856L.01I - Requires sex offenders to register within 10 days of conviction, release from incarceration, or placement on probation and if not currently registered to register in their county of residence.
HB1580Barnett, MyronHB 1580
 4119L.01T - Permits county boards of equalization to appoint two additional citizen members to the board.
HB1581Clayton, RobertHB 1581
 2479L.01P - Allows Highway Patrol officers to be elected to school boards and permits the superintendent to authorize officers to accept federal commissions.
HB1582Crump, WayneHB 1582
 3754L.01I - Requires sellers to accept in good faith any sales tax exemption letter or certificate.
HB1583Monaco, RalphHB 1583
 3919L.01I - Creates special license plates for members of the Society for Creative Anachronism and members of the Missouri Civil War Reenactment Association.
HB1584Kreider, JimKoller, DonHB 1584
 4159L.02I - Provides funding for education and transportation purposes.
HB1585Troupe, CharlesHB 1585
 3085L.01I - Requires the assessor of the City of St. Louis to be elected.
HB1586Troupe, CharlesReynolds, DavidHB 1586
 3477L.01I - Repeals the Offices of Minority Health and Women's Health in the Department of Health and Senior Services and replaces them with the Division of Minority Health and the Division of Women's Health.
HB1587Troupe, CharlesHB 1587
 3663L.01I - Creates the felony of mass transportation terrorism.
HB1588Troupe, CharlesHB 1588
 3436L.01I - Authorizes window decal renewal tabs for motor vehicle registration renewal.
HB1589Crump, WayneKreider, JimHB 1589
 3785L.02I - Authorizes concealed firearms permits.
HB1590Dolan, JonathanDempsey, TomHB 1590
 4200L.01I - Designates the Missouri River bridge on route 364 connecting St. Louis and St. Charles counties the "American Military Veterans Bridge".
HB1591Townley, MerrillPhillips, SusanHB 1591
 4168L.01I - Allows philosophical beliefs to be a basis for objection to required school immunizations.
HB1592Hickey, JohnGeorge, ThomasHB 1592
 4094L.01P - Creates the Workers Memorial Fund for contributions from income tax refunds.
HB1593Gratz, WilliamHampton, MarkHB 1593
 3710L.01I - Sets minimum education and experience requirements for persons running for sheriff and requires jailers to get training under police officer standards and training law.
HB1594Gratz, WilliamHampton, MarkSCS HS HB 1594
 3711S.05C - Revises state employees' pay for overtime work.
HB1595Bray, JoanDaus, MikeHB 1595
 3905L.01I - Creates crime of criminally negligent storage of a firearm.
HB1596Harding, MargaretOstmann, LucindaHB 1596
 3850L.01I - Amends exotic animal registration by requiring it be done within two weeks of coming into possession of the animal.
HB1597Harding, MargaretHB 1597
 3236L.01I - Allows persons to execute an advanced directive for mental health treatment.
HB1598O'Connor, PatrickHB 1598
 3601L.01I - Adds a new category of motor vehicle dealer and revises the application for licensure process for motor vehicle manufacturers, dealers, and auctions.
HB1599Lowe, JeneeBray, JoanHCS HB 1599
 4012L.02C - Encourages the use of renewable resources.
HB1600Treadway, JosephSS#2 HB 1600
 4207S.05T - Revises laws on accountants and State Board of Nursing. Regulates signs in pool halls.
HB1601Froelker, JamesHB 1601
 4024L.01I - Exempts the first two hundred fifty dollars of interest income from state income tax.
HB1602Froelker, JamesHB 1602
 4028L.01I - Prohibits the introduction of new types of gambling.
HB1603Froelker, JamesHB 1603
 4025L.01I - Requires all pleadings and forms commonly in use to be in English.
HB1604Froelker, JamesHB 1604
 4023L.01I - Excludes certain amounts of Social Security and military retirement benefits from taxation.
HB1605Dolan, JonathanHB 1605
 2689L.01I - Creates the "Show-Me Old Glory" program.
HB1606Dolan, JonathanHB 1606
 2688L.01I - Enacts the Disposition of Human Fetuses Act.
HB1607Burcham, TomHB 1607
 2700L.01I - Creates crime of contamination of food or drink.
HB1608Robirds, EstelMyers, PeterHB 1608
 3593L.01I - Bars any legal claim on a lien a contractor holds if a subcontractor has already been paid.
HB1609Robirds, EstelKoller, DonHB 1609
 3858L.01I - Grants immunity from liability for injuries or death resulting from risks of paddlesports.
HB1610Seigfreid, JamesKoller, DonHB 1610
 3772L.01I - Permits a federal cause of action for price discrimination in state courts.
HB1611Bartle, MatthewHB 1611
 3502L.01I - Requires Highway Patrol to maintain a web site on internet searchable by name, zip code, and by mile radius from entered address for sexual offenders.
HB1612Bartle, MatthewHB 1612
 3384L.01I - Increases punishment for incest from a class D to a class B felony.
HB1613Ross, CarsonReinhart, GeralynHB 1613
 3899L.01I - Modifies the WWII medallion program and funding to the Veterans' Commission Capital Improvement Trust Fund.
HB1614Ross, CarsonLuetkemeyer, WilliamHB 1614
 4022L.01I - Provides additional guidelines regarding income taxes of certain shareholders.
HB1615Barnett, MyronHB 1615
 4120L.01I - Prohibits state departments or agencies from using dedicated or earmarked funds for other than intended purposes.
HB1616Johnson, RickHB 1616
 4198L.01I - Renames the board for architects, engineers, land surveyors and landscape architects the "Missouri Professional Board for Architects, Engineers, Land Surveyors and Landscape Architects".
HCR2Crump, WayneHCR 2
 3769L.01I - Invites the Governor of the State of Missouri to deliver a State of the State message on Wednesday, January 23, 2002.
HJR38Linton, WilliamHanaway, CatherineHJR 38
 3325L.01I - Proposes a constitutional amendment removing authorization to revise property tax levies to adjust for inflation.
HJR39Linton, WilliamLograsso, DonaldHJR 39
 3326L.01I - Proposes a constitutional amendment to require the State Board of Education to be elected.
HJR40O'Toole, JamesHJR 40
 4167L.01I - Proposes a constitutional amendment limiting legislative terms to no more than 12 years in either chamber.
HJR41Bartle, MatthewHJR 41
 4118L.01I - Proposes a constitutional amendment to require a two-fiscal year budget cycle, with zero-based budgeting.
SB727Yeckel, AnitaSCS SB 727 & 703
 3035S.05T - Revises the law regarding tinted windows.
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