94th General Assembly, 1st Regular Session
Past Activity Registers
For Actions Recorded on: January 23, 2007

BillSponsorCoSponsorBill String
 Bill Information
HB311Threlkeld, KevinHB 311
 1272L.01I - Establishes an advisory committee within the Department of Agriculture to monitor the activity of the inspection program for liquified petroleum gases
HB499Dusenberg, GarySater, DavidHB 499
 1071L.02I - Changes the fees and requirements for receipt of a criminal history record information from the State Highway Patrol
HB500Yates, BrianHB 500
 1402L.01I - Allows the Attorney General to bring a cause of action for unlawful merchandising practices when a financial institution's name is deceptively used
HB501Tilley, StevenHB 501
 1543L.01I - Allows spouses of deployed soldiers to take certain amounts of time off from work without pay and without fear of retribution from the employer
HB502Deeken, BillSater, DavidHB 502
 0992L.01I - Transfers the responsibilities for certifying junior college district formation election results to the Secretary of State
HB503Portwood, CharlesDempsey, TomHB 503
 1207L.01I - Establishes requirements for the licensure of midwives
HB504Daus, MikeKratky, FredHB 504
 1119L.02I - Exempts landlords from liability for damage to personal property that results from enforcement of a judgment granting possession and gives landlords the right to dispose of the property
HB505Bivins, WaltMunzlinger, BrianHB 505
 1219L.01I - Authorizes tax credits for certain owners of alternative fuel vehicle refueling facilities, lowers the tax on E85 fuel, and prohibits the use of franchise agreements relating to alternative fuels
HB506Bivins, WaltMuschany, T.HB 506
 0965L.01I - Authorizes a homestead exemption for the elderly and disabled in St. Louis County
HB507Sutherland, MikeHB 507
 1611L.01I - Makes the punishment for careless and imprudent driving a class D felony if a death occurs as the result of the accident
HB508Schaaf, RobHCS HB 508
 1255L.03C - Requires any hospital or other peer review organization receiving a complaint about care delivered in a hospital licensed in this state to forward it to the Department of Health and Senior Services
HB509Johnson, ConnieRoorda, JeffHB 509
 0662L.01I - Allows an adopted person at least 18 years of age to receive a certified copy of his or her original birth certificate
HB510Lembke, JimHB 510
 1646L.01I - Revises the definition of "motor vehicle" as it relates to motor vehicle franchise practices
HB511Dethrow, MikeDay, DavidHB 511
 1398L.01I - Removes the additional fee charged for the "PURPLE HEART" special license plate
HB512Pratt, BryanYates, BrianHCS HB 512
 0887L.04C - Establishes the Asbestos and Silica Claims Priorities Act
HB513Roorda, JeffMeadows, TimHB 513
 1336L.01I - Designates a portion of U. S. Highway 61/67 between Wolf Hollow Road and State Route M in the City of Barnhart as the "1922 Sulphur Springs Rail Disaster Memorial Highway"
HB514Roorda, JeffMeadows, TimHB 514
 1335L.01I - Designates a portion of State Route M between Old Lemay Ferry Road and Moss Hollow Road in the City of Barnhart as the "Officer Stephen Strehl Memorial Highway"
HB515Salva, RayLeVota, PaulHB 515
 1542L.01I - Allows the formation of multi-jurisdictional enforcement groups for the purpose of intensive enforcement of the traffic laws
HB516Portwood, CharlesBruns, MarkHB 516
 1014L.01I - Changes the laws regarding the Missouri Homestead Preservation Act
HB517Hunter, SteveHB 517
 1602L.01I - Re-enacts the federal overtime standards in effect prior to the passage of Proposition B (2006) regarding the minimum wage increase
HB518Yates, BrianHB 518
 1631L.01I - Eliminates the Legal Services for Low-Income People Fund and authorizes the transfer of certain moneys in the Tort Victims' Compensation Fund into the Basic Civil Legal Services Fund
HB519LeVota, PaulBurnett, JohnHB 519
 1073L.01I - Expands the crime of murder in the first degree to include when a person knowingly causes the death of a child and a heinous element is involved, to be known as Erica and Zayquon's Law
HB520LeVota, PaulBowman, JohnHB 520
 1075L.01I - Authorizes a tax credit to a taxpayer for 100% of the salary and benefits paid to an employee while on active military duty
HB521LeVota, PaulBowman, JohnHB 521
 1072L.01I - Revises the Household Child Protect Act which includes household witnesses of child abuse and neglect in the list of persons required to report child abuse
HB522LeVota, PaulBowman, JohnHB 522
 1233L.01I - Changes the laws regarding campaign financing and establishes campaign contribution limits
HB523LeVota, PaulBowman, JohnHB 523
 1074L.01I - Requires developers to comply with tax increment financing agreements
HB524LeVota, PaulMeadows, TimHB 524
 1203L.01I - Establishes the Identity Theft Prevention Act which specifies the procedures for a person to place a security freeze on his or her consumer report
HB525LeVota, PaulMeadows, TimHB 525
 1076L.01I - Repeals the motor vehicle safety inspection program effective January 1, 2008, except for school buses
HB526Pratt, BryanHB 526
 1491L.01P - Changes the laws regarding certain appeals to the Administrative Hearing Commission
HB527Cooper, ShannonHB 527
 1579L.01P - Changes the time period corporate names can be reserved from 60 to 180 days
HB528Donnelly, MargaretLipke, ScottHB 528
 0790L.02I - Changes the laws regarding criminal securities fraud and sets a minimum penalty when committed against the elderly or disabled
HB529Bruns, MarkHB 529
 1406L.01I - Changes the laws regarding the Aviation Trust Fund and air traffic control towers
HB530Schneider, VickiHB 530
 1574L.01I - Removes the expiration of provisions allowing extended hours of operation for certain liquor licensees in Camden, Miller, and Morgan counties
HB531Smith, JasonDay, DavidHB 531
 1394L.01I - Raises by $500 the state-funded portion of the teacher payment in the Career Ladder Program and exempts the additional money from local matching requirements
HB532Cooper, NathanFisher, BarneyHB 532
 1154L.01I - Requires students entering public higher education institutions to take American history and American literature courses in order to graduate
HB533Walsh, GinaWildberger, EdHB 533
 1024L.01I - Establishes the Public Service Accountability Act which requires most public bodies to analyze the costs and benefits of privatizing any service valued at $25,000 or more
HB534Walsh, GinaWildberger, EdHB 534
 1023L.01I - Establishes the Safe Staffing and Quality Care Accountability Act for Veterans Homes and the Safe Staffing and Quality Care Accountability Act for Mental Health Facilities
HB535Walsh, GinaWildberger, EdHB 535
 1022L.01I - Changes the laws regarding the regulation of state and private mental health facilities
HB536Walsh, GinaMeiners, KateHB 536
 1021L.01I - Prohibits any entity from preventing a student athlete from competing in or training for any Olympic event
HB537Skaggs, TrentBringer, RachelHB 537
 1552L.01I - Prohibits the possession or consumption of alcohol in the State Capitol or on the State Capitol grounds except by executive order
HB538Low, BethDougherty, CurtHB 538
 1221L.01I - Authorizes an income tax credit for service as a poll worker
HB539Low, BethWildberger, EdHB 539
 1223L.01I - Requires persons adopting a dog or cat to pay a $50 fee which is refundable upon verification that the animal has been spayed or neutered
HB540Low, BethWildberger, EdHB 540
 1114L.01I - Prohibits gubernatorial appointees from holding office in, or contributing to, political organizations and prohibits them from participating in political campaigns
HB541Low, BethWildberger, EdHB 541
 1115L.01I - Requires health insurers to provide coverage for human papillomavirus testing as a cervical cancer screening test
HB542Skaggs, TrentLeVota, PaulHB 542
 1415L.01I - Prohibits unsolicited commercial mail to individuals older than 65 years of age who register with the Office of the Attorney General
HB543Cooper, NathanWright, Billy PatHB 543
 1677L.01I - Permits candidates in nonpartisan elections to take office when the number of positions are equal to the number of candidates because a candidate or several candidates have withdrawn from the election
HB544Threlkeld, KevinTilley, StevenHB 544
 1365L.01I - Establishes the Missouri Pharmacy Benefits Managers' Fair Trade Practice Act which specifies guidelines for pharmacy benefit managers conducting business in Missouri
HB545Wasson, JayTilley, StevenHCS HB 545 & 590
 1577L.03P - Changes the laws regarding the licensing of pharmacists
HB546Schaaf, RobCooper, RobertHB 546
 0550L.01I - Exempts from jury duty any woman who is breastfeeding and disqualifies licensed attorneys from serving on juries
HB547Kraus, WillYates, BrianHB 547
 1348L.01I - Requires the registration of copper and aluminum scrap metal sales
HB548Chappelle-Nadal, MariaWildberger, EdHB 548
 1242L.01I - Requires than an applicant for elected public office must pay all penalties he or she owes for any failure to file campaign finance disclosure reports before being approved as a candidate
HB549Chappelle-Nadal, MariaLeVota, PaulHB 549
 0966L.01I - Establishes a method of declaring a dog as dangerous or potentially dangerous
HB550Wilson, LarryMunzlinger, BrianHB 550
 1609L.01I - Exempts certain implements of husbandry used for spraying chemicals or spreading fertilizer for agricultural purposes from the motor vehicle titling, registration, and licensing requirements
HCR13McGhee, MikeJetton, RodHCR 13
 1570L.01I - Disapproves the recommendations of the Missouri Citizens' Commission on Compensation of Elected Officials
HJR11Lembke, JimBearden, CarlHJR 11
 0923L.02I - Proposes a constitutional amendment prohibiting human cloning and authorizing the General Assembly to enact laws regarding health care research
HJR12Emery, EdFisher, BarneyHJR 12
 0756L.01I - Proposes a constitutional amendment requiring all impeachments to be tried by the Senate
HJR13LeVota, PaulMeadows, TimHJR 13
 1101L.01I - Proposes a constitutional amendment replacing the Highways and Transportation Commission with a Director of Transportation
HJR14Lembke, JimHJR 14
 0849L.01I - Proposes a constitutional amendment establishing the same term limits for the Attorney General and State Auditor as for the Governor and StateTreasurer
HJR15Lembke, JimHJR 15
 0451L.01I - Proposes a constitutional amendment establishing single 8-year terms for nonpartisan selection judges and requires the Governor's judicial appointments to the Supreme Court to be approved by the Senate
HJR16Flook, TimTilley, StevenHJR 16
 1229L.02I - Proposes a constitutional amendment changing the General Assembly meeting dates, dates for considering appropriation bills, and certain tabling deadlines
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