93rd General Assembly, 1st Regular Session
Past Activity Registers
For Actions Recorded on: January 25, 2005

BillSponsorCoSponsorBill String
 Bill Information
HB40Tilley, StevenHB 40
 0210L.02T - Allows counties of the second classification to admit industrial development corporation board members from anywhere in the county
HB43Wallace, MaynardHB 43
 0135L.01T - Designates a portion of U. S. Highway 160 as the "Rick Harmon Memorial Highway"
HB47Brown, JasonDusenberg, GarySCS HCS HB 47
 0241S.03T - Requires consolidated public library district trustees to reside within the district as well as in the county they represent on the board
HB48Dougherty, CurtSCS HB 48
 0382S.03C - Authorizes a museum and tourism-related sales tax in the City of Independence and authorizes an increase in the property tax rate for certain history museum subdistricts
HB62Ruestman, MarilynNieves, BrianHB 62
 0114L.01I - Designates a portion of State Route V in Newton County as "Carver Prairie Drive"
HB63Sutherland, MikeThrelkeld, KevinHB 63
 0384L.01I - Increases the property tax relief for senior citizens program known as circuit breaker
HB69Rupp, ScottHB 69
 0524L.01T - Changes the laws regarding investments by insurers
HB85Jackson, JackieHB 85
 0540L.01I - Allows health care professionals deployed during a declared state of emergency to be immune from certain civil liabilities
HB94Cunningham, MikeSS HCS#2 HB 94 & 185
 0069S.07S - Establishes a scholarship program for the survivors of veterans killed or injured in action after September 11, 2001
HB119Jones, KennyHCS HB 119
 0275L.02T - Requires continuation of life insurance benefits for state employees and retirees who are called to military service in times of active armed warfare
HB131Schaaf, RobHCS#2 HB 131
 0713L.05C - Limits the amount of mercury that immunizations administered to children under the age of three and pregnant women can contain
HB136Jackson, JackieHB 136
 0141L.01I - Repeals obsolete statutes regarding education
HB148Hunter, SteveWilson, KevinHCS HB 148
 0343L.04C - Changes the laws regarding workers' compensation
HB154Ruestman, MarilynHB 154
 0714L.01I - Designates a portion of Interstate 44 in Greene County as the "Congressman Mel Hancock Freeway"
HB162Smith, JoeJackson, JackieHB 162
 0703L.01I - Extends the application deadline for Korean Conflict medallions, medals, and certificates to January 1, 2006
HB163Smith, JoeJackson, JackieHCS HB 163, 213 & 216
 0737L.02T - Removes the application deadlines and revises the residency requirements for the World War II and Korean War Veterans Medallion programs
HB171Parker, ShermanHB 171
 0701L.01I - Creates the Sickle Cell Anemia Fund and authorizes an income tax checkoff on income tax form
HB172Yates, BrianKraus, WillHB 172
 0605L.01I - Allows school superintendents to convene hearings within 15 working days of a pupil's request to register in certain instances
HB186Emery, EdSS SCS HCS HB 186
 0848S.13T - Authorizes various local taxes
HB190Ervin, DougNolte, JerryHB 190
 0501L.01I - Authorizes a sales/use tax exemption for manufacturing and material recovery plants
HB191Cooper, ShannonHB 191
 0954L.01I - Designates Sericea Lespedeza as a noxious weed and dangerous to agriculture
HB210Pearce, DavidHB 210
 0834L.01I - Designates a portion of State Highway 58 in Johnson County as the "Veterans Memorial Parkway"
HB213Deeken, BillHB 213
 0909L.01I - Broadens the World War II and Korean War medallion programs to include any veteran who is a resident of the state and removes the application deadline
HB216Pollock, DarrellHB 216
 0721L.02I - Allows veterans of World War II or the Korean War who were Missouri residents at the time they entered or were discharged from military service to receive a medallion, medal, and certificate
HB217Lembke, JimHB 217
 0697L.01I - Requires the Department of Health and Senior Services to establish and oversee a voluntary hepatitis C testing program for health care providers
HB220Moore, DanieMunzlinger, BrianHB 220
 0679L.01I - Establishes a tuition grant program for children of members of the military who were killed in the line of duty
HB229Portwood, CharlesLembke, JimSCS HB 229
 0794S.03T - Changes the application procedures for the Missouri Homestead Preservation Act for the elderly and disabled
HB236Goodman, JackHB 236
 0907L.02T - Designates the armory located in Pierce City, Lawrence County, as the "Lawrence A. Witt National Guard Armory"
HB243May, BobQuinn, JohnHB 243
 0450L.01T - Designates a portion of U. S. Highway 63 in Phelps County as the "Korean War Veterans Association Memorial Highway"
HB248Pearce, DavidHB 248
 1009L.01T - Allows lenders of motor vehicle time sale loans to collect a fee in advance for permitting the debtor to defer monthly loan payments
HB259Deeken, BillKingery, GayleHB 259
 0980L.03I - Creates a one-time exception for Cole County to the 10-week election deadline for a vacancy in the office of sheriff and allows the City of Poplar Bluff to impose an economic development sales tax
HB272Pratt, BryanHCS HB 272
 0572L.02C - Establishes requirements for members of civilian review boards
HB276Cunningham, JaneHCS HB 276
 0765L.02T - Changes the laws regarding special education to comply with the federal Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA)
HB281Pollock, DarrellHB 281
 1158L.01I - Prohibits the Department of Natural Resources from requiring the mailing of public water test reports
HB283Johnson, RobertHB 283
 0969L.02I - Requires elections for water supply district boards to be held in April and conducted even when there is only one candidate for each vacant position
HB295Jetton, RodPearce, DavidHB 295
 0446L.02I - Requires all children enrolling in kindergarten, first grade, or a Head Start program to receive a vision examination
HB296Whorton, JimWildberger, EdHB 296
 0845L.01I - Requires purchasers of all-terrain vehicles to be treated in the same manner as motor vehicles for the purpose of transfer, titling, perfection of liens, and the collection of all taxes and fees
HB297Pearce, DavidCCS SCS HCS HB 297
 0895L.05T - Changes the laws regarding elementary and secondary education
HB298Wildberger, EdSelby, HaroldHB 298
 0480L.01I - Changes the laws regarding the telemarketing No-Call List
HB299Wildberger, EdSater, DavidHB 299
 0475L.01I - Expands workers' compensation coverage
HB300Wildberger, EdSalva, RayHB 300
 0481L.01I - Specifies that businesses are not required to be licensed as pharmacies in order to dispense veterinary legend drugs
HB301Wildberger, EdRoorda, JeffHB 301
 0478L.01I - Allows employees of one fire protection district who reside in another district to serve as a member of that other district's board
HB302Dougherty, CurtHB 302
 1164L.01I - Lowers the minimum age for a person to serve on jury duty from 21 to 18 years
HB303Hobbs, SteveMyers, PeterHB 303
 0453L.01I - Changes the laws regarding linked deposit loans for agricultural purposes
HB304Cooper, NathanHB 304
 1210L.01I - Establishes the Energy Efficiency Implementation Act
HB305Chinn, KathySater, DavidHB 305
 1001L.01I - Extends the expiration date of the Biodiesel for Schools Program to the 2011-2012 school year
HB306Dempsey, TomHB 306
 1068L.01I - Extends the expiration of the aviation jet fuel sales and use tax exemption
HB307Dusenberg, GaryBaker, BrianHB 307
 0852L.01I - Requires operators or riders of motorcycles and motortricycles who are under 21 years of age to wear protective headgear
HB308Skaggs, TrentBaker, BrianHB 308
 0209L.01I - Prohibits possession or consumption of alcohol at the State Capitol
HB309Wilson, KevinRuestman, MarilynHB 309
 0615L.01I - Revises the crime of making a terroristic threat and creates the crimes of threatening the use of a weapon of mass destruction and computer dissemination of information to promote a terrorist act
HB310Wilson, KevinBrown, JasonHB 310
 0616L.01I - Allows the court to impound vehicles driven by a person convicted of driving while intoxicated or excessive blood alcohol content for one year
HB311May, BobWildberger, EdHB 311
 0635L.01I - Provides for the registration of surgical assistants and surgical technologists
HB312Smith, ToddSander, ThereseHB 312
 1025L.01I - Allows the Commissioner of the Office of Administration to use the reverse auction procurement method for state purchasing
HB313Smith, JoeSmith, ToddHB 313
 0317L.01I - Authorizes an income tax deduction for the value of time spent tutoring in public schools
HB314Kelly, VanHB 314
 0965L.02I - Creates the crime of sexual contact with a student on public school property, a class D felony
HB315Kelly, VanHB 315
 0995L.01I - Allows compensation for road district commissioners under certain circumstances
HB316Hoskins, TheodoreHubbard, RodneyHB 316
 1130L.01I - Allows registered voters to vote absentee regardless of the reason and prohibits absentee voting for persons in federal service, interstate former residents, and intrastate new residents
HB317Shoemyer, WesWildberger, EdHB 317
 0658L.01I - Establishes the Missouri Seed Availability and Competition Act
HB318Schaaf, RobHubbard, RodneyHB 318
 1153L.01I - Amends the penalties relating to lead abatement
HB319Muschany, T.Cunningham, JaneHB 319
 0148L.04I - Establishes procedures for the evaluation of credits for students transferring into an accredited public school district from an unaccredited public or nonpublic school or a home school
HB320Muschany, T.Cunningham, JaneSCS HB 320
 0146S.04C - Revises procedures for lapse of school districts to require formerly unaccredited districts to make progress beyond provisional accreditation
HB321Yates, BrianHB 321
 1179L.01P - Creates the Assistive Technology Trust Fund and expands the duties of the Advisory Assistive Technology Council
HB322Oxford, Jeanette MottRoorda, JeffHB 322
 1085L.01I - Changes the laws regarding actions for damages for conduct or speech at public hearings or meetings by including actions that cause money damages, including attorney fees and other costs
HB323Johnson, RobertHB 323
 0394L.02T - Recodifies the laws regarding the Police Retirement System of Kansas City and the Civilian Employees' Retirement System of the Police Department of Kansas City
HCR2Dempsey, TomHCR 2
 0747L.01I - Authorizes the State of the State address.
HJR8Dethrow, MikeErvin, DougHJR 8
 0505L.01I - Proposes a constitutional amendment requiring a two-thirds majority for voter approval of initiative proposals relating to harvesting bird, fish, game, wildlife, and forestry resources
HJR10Wright, MarkHJR 10
 1191L.01I - Proposes a constitutional amendment requiring the advice and consent of the Senate for Missouri Supreme Court nominees
SB176Vogel, CarlSB 176
 0979S.02T - Provides for elections in Cole County and the City of Poplar Bluff
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