95th General Assembly, 2nd Regular Session
Past Activity Registers
For Actions Recorded on: January 25, 2010

BillSponsorCoSponsorBill String
 Bill Information
HB1377Brandom, EllenKingery, GayleHCS HB 1377
 3936L.05P - Requires all state elected officials and certain recipients of Temporary Assistance for Needy Families benefits to be tested for the illegal use of controlled substances
HB1390Quinn, PaulLeVota, PaulHB 1390
 3909L.01I - Prohibits members of the General Assembly from contracting with or soliciting any other member for the purposes of securing services for specified political campaigning, fundraising, or consulting
HB1442Jones, TimothyRichard, RonCCS SS SCS HB 1442
 3380L.07T - Changes the laws regarding local taxes
HB1542Deeken, BillStorch, RachelHB 1542
 4258L.01I - Adds February 14, Valentine's Day, when it falls on a Sunday, to the list of holidays on which any person having a license to sell intoxicating liquor by the drink may be open for business
HB1544Fisher, BarneySCS HCS HB 1544
 4246S.04T - Extends the state's eligibility to receive federal extended unemployment benefit money to provide unemployed individuals compensation beyond the current unemployment benefit period
HB1655Schaaf, RobTilley, StevenHB 1655
 4290L.02I - Prohibits all entities except individuals or committees from making campaign contributions or expenditures
HB1708Schaaf, RobHB 1708
 4549L.01I - Requires a candidate when filing with the Missouri Ethics Commission to form a committee to designate the office to which he or she is seeking nomination or election
HB1727Zimmerman, JakeLeVota, PaulHB 1727
 4291L.02I - Changes the laws regarding ethics, lobbying, and campaign contributions
HB1749Storch, RachelLeVota, PaulHB 1749
 4540L.01I - Changes the laws regarding the circulation and approval of initiative petitions
HB1750Jones, TimothyBivins, WaltSS SCS HCS HB 1750
 4386S.08T - Requires certain incumbent local exchange telecommunications companies to reduce their composite intrastate switched exchange access rates annually for a period of three years as specified
HB1751Meadows, TimZerr, AnneHB 1751
 4300L.01I - Removes the provision that makes an excursion gambling boat licensee guilty of a class B misdemeanor if he or she exchanges tokens, chips, or other forms of credit to be used on games for anything of value
HB1752Chappelle-Nadal, MariaCasey, RonHB 1752
 4414L.02I - Changes the membership of the board of trustees of the St. Louis Public School Retirement System
HB1753Chappelle-Nadal, MariaColona, MikeHB 1753
 4115L.01I - Prohibits a workforce development agency from knowingly omitting from any bidding process an entity with whom it has a contract
HB1754Chappelle-Nadal, MariaSmith, JasonHB 1754
 3944L.01I - Requires drug testing for certain public officials and requires members of the General Assembly who are arrested at least twice during their term in office to forfeit and vacate the office
HB1755Chappelle-Nadal, MariaOxford, Jeanette MottHB 1755
 3967L.01I - Establishes additional provisions to protect the safety and identity of employees and members of the public
HB1756Dethrow, MikeKraus, WillHB 1756
 3717L.02I - Changes the laws regarding concealed carry endorsements
HB1757Burnett, JohnMcGhee, MikeHB 1757
 4376L.01I - Requires the Board of Probation and Parole to make periodic reviews of certain convicted offenders serving sentences of 50 years or life without the possibility of parole
HB1758Rucker, MartinRoorda, JeffHB 1758
 4481L.02I - Establishes the Blue Alert System and the Blue Alert System Oversight Committee to assist in the identification and location of any person suspected of killing or seriously wounding a law enforcement officer
HB1759Rucker, MartinWebb, SteveHB 1759
 3816L.01I - Adds the counties of Andrew and Buchanan to the list of counties authorized to enact nuisance abatement ordinances regarding the condition of real property
HB1760Rucker, MartinWebb, SteveHB 1760
 3817L.01I - Specifies that the common law doctrine of adverse possession will not apply in the state of Missouri and repeals certain provisions regarding adverse possession
HB1761Rucker, MartinWebb, SteveHB 1761
 4437L.01I - Expands the crime of interference with lawful hunting, fishing, or trapping in the second degree to include when a person knowingly interferes with the lawful taking of wildlife
HB1762Burnett, JohnStevenson, BryanHB 1762
 4375L.01I - Changes the laws regarding probation costs and maximum fines for municipal ordinance violations and repeals provisions regarding contracts for the collection of delinquent court-ordered payments
HB1763Burnett, JohnTalboy, MikeHB 1763
 4377L.01I - Establishes the Uniform Debt-Management Services Act to regulate debt-management services
HB1764Diehl, JohnSS SCS HCS HB 1764
 4419S.05T - Prohibits persons, employers, or health care providers from being compelled to participate in any health care system and allows certain domestic insurance companies to dissolve under certain conditions
HB1765Diehl, JohnDeeken, BillHB 1765
 4310L.01I - Requires election authorities to remove the name of any registered voter from the authority's registration records upon receipt of a written and notarized request from the voter
HB1766Bivins, WaltSchupp, JillHB 1766
 3974L.01I - Repeals the Indoor Clean Air Act and enacts new provisions regarding smoking in public places
HB1767Bivins, WaltSchaaf, RobHB 1767
 3758L.01I - Exempts all sales of eyeglasses from state and local sales and use taxes
HB1768Bivins, WaltRuestman, MarilynHB 1768
 3033L.01I - Authorizes an individual income tax credit for excess school district property taxes paid
HB1769Bivins, WaltHB 1769
 3755L.01I - Repeals provisions which prohibit an audio recording of any closed public body meeting and requires all public governmental bodies to take and retain a verbatim audio recording of any closed meeting
HB1770Bivins, WaltAtkins, BertHB 1770
 3757L.01I - Prohibits a political subdivision from imposing a fine or penalty on the owner of a pay telephone on his or her property for calls to the emergency telephone service from the pay telephone
HB1771Bivins, WaltAtkins, BertHB 1771
 3759L.01I - Allows for a "LEGION OF MERIT" special license plate for any person who has been awarded this military service award
HB1772Parkinson, MarkBurlison, EricHB 1772
 4368L.01I - Requires the Official State Manual to be made available for distribution only in an electronic format on compact discs with certain exceptions
HB1773Schupp, JillTilley, StevenHB 1773
 4245L.01I - Allows the Governor, with the advice and consent of the Senate, to appoint a student to the University of Missouri Board of Curators
HB1774Parson, MikeFisher, BarneyHB 1774
 4621L.01I - Requires all circuit clerks in the counties of the 28th Judicial Circuit to be appointed to or removed from office by a majority of the circuit and associate judges of each county, en banc
HB1775Shively, TomHB 1775
 4635L.01P - Designates a portion of U. S. Highway 36 in Macon County as the "Missouri State Trooper William Brandt Memorial Highway"
HB1776Shively, TomHB 1776
 4292L.02P - Designates a portion of Interstate 44 in Franklin County as the "Corporal Dennis E. Engelhard Memorial Highway"
HB1777Walton Gray, RochellePace, SharonHB 1777
 4263L.02I - Requires the Governor to issue an annual proclamation designating May 10 as "Colon Cancer Awareness Day"
HB1778Walton Gray, RochellePace, SharonSCS HB 1778
 4264S.03C - Requires the Governor to issue an annual proclamation designating September 14 as "Organ Donor Awareness Day"
HB1779Hoskins, DennyWilson, KevinHB 1779
 4326L.01I - Specifies that a certified public accountant licensed by any state who performs certain duties will not be deemed to be engaging in the practice of private investigation
HB1780Roorda, JeffJones, KennyHB 1780
 4445L.01I - Changes the laws regarding the Open Meetings and Records Law, commonly known as the Sunshine Law, on records or documents involving law enforcement officers
HB1781Riddle, JeanieBrown, DanHB 1781
 3549L.01I - Changes the laws regarding carrying concealed weapons in the State Capitol Building
HB1782Nolte, JerryFisher, BarneyHB 1782
 4559L.01I - Requires purchasers of 12 or more disposable cell phones at one time to provide certain identifying information which will be retained in a database in the Office of the Attorney General
HB1783Nolte, JerryFisher, BarneyHB 1783
 4553L.01I - Reduces from 17 cents to seven cents per gallon the motor fuel tax for gasoline and diesel fuel used in a personal vehicle for a four-day period during the Memorial Day and Labor Day holiday weekends
HB1784Nolte, JerryFisher, BarneyHB 1784
 4554L.01I - Limits the increase in assessed valuation of residential property to the percentage increase in Social Security benefits for some elderly and disabled citizens who own and live in their principal residence
HB1785McGhee, MikeHB 1785
 4545L.01I - Authorizes the Department of Corrections to receive and disburse grants and federal funds
HB1786Jones, TimothyCarter, ChrisHCS HB 1786
 3456L.04P - Authorizes an income tax credit for the eligible costs of bringing conventions or sporting games to Missouri
HB1787Jones, KennyDougherty, CurtHCS HB 1787
 4619L.03P - Changes the laws regarding firearms and the defensive use of force
HB1788Parson, MikeFunderburk, DougHCS HB 1788
 4081L.03P - Changes the laws regarding initiative petitions and referendums
HB1789Thomson, MikeWallace, MaynardHB 1789
 4244L.01I - Increases the total appropriation for small school grants, bases attendance on the regular school term, and allows for a proportionally declining amount for schools with 351 to 400 students
HB1790Flook, TimKander, JasonHB 1790
 4588L.01I - Establishes the Missouri False Claims Act
HB1791LeVota, PaulHB 1791
 3387L.02I - Increases from $2 to $4 the additional surcharge that may be assessed in a criminal case by the governing body of any county or city having a domestic violence shelter
HB1792Parson, MikeHCS HB 1792
 4193L.05C - Allows an employer to pay an employee who is younger than 18 years of age a wage that is not less than 75% of the required minimum wage under certain conditions
HB1793Molendorp, ChrisHB 1793
 4625L.01I - Authorizes a county to amend its budget to reflect any increases or decreases in revenues that could not have been estimated or anticipated when the budget was adopted
HB1794Aull, JoeColona, MikeHB 1794
 4640L.01I - Creates the School Safety and School Violence Prevention Fund
HB1795Aull, JoeYaeger, PatriciaHB 1795
 4593L.01I - Changes the laws regarding members of the Civil Air Patrol who participate in emergency services or counter narcotics missions
HB1796Aull, JoeHB 1796
 4666L.01I - Requires insurers to obtain approval from the Department of Insurance, Financial Institutions and Professional Registration before raising any insurance premium rate by 15% or more
HB1797Aull, JoeHB 1797
 4669L.01I - Changes the laws regarding the Joint Committee on Education's review of the Commissioner of Education's proposed expenditures on statewide areas of critical needs
HB1798Bruns, MarkNance, BobHB 1798
 4567L.01I - Makes enrollment in the state employee deferred compensation program automatic for certain new employees
HB1799Cox, StanleyStevenson, BryanHB 1799
 4533L.02I - Repeals and re-enacts provisions regarding the Uniform Interstate Family Support Act to be consistent with the changes adopted by the National Conference of Commissioners on Uniform State Laws
HB1800Gatschenberger, ChuckNieves, BrianHB 1800
 4387L.01I - Authorizes a homestead property tax exemption phased in over 15 years for certain individuals 65 years of age or older
HB1801Gatschenberger, ChuckWallace, MaynardHB 1801
 4028L.01I - Requires public schools to notify the custodial parent or guardian of any unexcused absence by the student and requires the suspension of his or her driver's license for excessive absences
HB1802Gatschenberger, ChuckMunzlinger, BrianSCS HB 1802
 4528S.03C - Allows a resident of Missouri to purchase rifles and shotguns in any state and allows a resident of any state to purchase rifles and shotguns in Missouri if he or she conforms to certain laws
HB1803Gatschenberger, ChuckJones, TimothyHB 1803
 3843L.01I - Requires school districts to adopt policies for the random testing of school employees and testing of potential employees for the unlawful use of controlled substances
HB1804Kirkton, JeanneStevenson, BryanHB 1804
 3045L.01I - Requires certain offenders of an intoxication-related traffic offense to use an ignition interlock device on any vehicle he or she operates
HB1805Smith, JasonPollock, DarrellHB 1805
 4301L.02I - Authorizes an income tax credit and a credit against future contributions made to the Unemployment Compensation Fund for certain employers who hire unemployed individuals
HCR7Munzlinger, BrianBrown, DanHCS HCR 7, 3 & 17
 4102L.02C - Disapproves the State Tax Commission's proposed state regulations regarding the value of each grade of agricultural and horticultural land in Section 137.021, RSMo, for the 2011 and 2012 assessment years
HCR18Diehl, JohnHCS HCR 18
 4336L.05C - Urges the Missouri Congressional delegation to vote against H.R. 3200, the federal health care reform legislation
HCR34Icet, AllenKingery, GayleHCS HCR 34 & 35
 4497L.02P - Submits to Congress a proposed federal balanced budget amendment to the United States Constitution
HCR35Kelly, ChrisTilley, StevenHCR 35
 4380L.02I - Submits to Congress a proposed federal balanced budget amendment to the United States Constitution
HCR38Icet, AllenGrisamore, JeffHCR 38
 4507L.01I - Urgently requests the United States Congress to cease and desist from imposing unfunded mandates on the states
HCR39Gatschenberger, ChuckMunzlinger, BrianHCR 39
 4391L.01I - Claims Missouri's sovereignty under the Tenth Amendment to the United States Constitution over all powers not otherwise enumerated and granted to the federal government under the United States Constitution
HJR81Diehl, JohnNieves, BrianHJR 81
 4050L.02I - Proposes a constitutional amendment limiting any increase in the merchants' and manufacturers' replacement tax, allowing local governing bodies to reduce the rate, and eliminating the tax in 2015
HJR82Emery, EdFunderburk, DougHJR 82
 3555L.01I - Proposes a constitutional amendment requiring impeachments to be tried by the Senate except for an impeachment of the Governor which is to be tried by the Missouri Supreme Court
HJR83Hodges, SteveAtkins, BertHJR 83
 4389L.01I - Proposes a constitutional amendment exempting from taxation the personal property of any resident who is on active military duty and permanently stationed outside the state
HJR84Aull, JoeHJR 84
 4667L.01I - Proposes a constitutional amendment raising the allowable level of bonded indebtedness for a school district from 15% to 20% of the value of taxable tangible property in the district
HJR85Aull, JoeHJR 85
 4668L.01I - Proposes a constitutional amendment requiring a volunteer participating in the actual operation of a bingo game to have been a bona fide member of the licensed organization for at least one year
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