96th General Assembly, 1st Regular Session
Past Activity Registers
For Actions Recorded on: January 27, 2011

BillSponsorCoSponsorBill String
 Bill Information
HB33Sater, DavidHB 33
 0065L.01I - Requires a motor vehicle driver, when overtaking a bicycle, to pass safety at a distance of not less than three feet
HB36Sater, DavidHB 36
 0073L.01I - Specifies that farm machinery and equipment as it relates to exemptions for sales tax will include certain all-terrain vehicles
HB38Pace, SharonSCS HCS HB 38
 0119S.04T - Increases the work-off rate for county prisoners and requires certain administrative officials of jails or detention facilities to notify specified law enforcement of an escape of certain specified felons
HB41Lampe, SaraHB 41
 0324L.01I - Expands the Amber Alert System to include missing endangered persons, specifies the criteria for being a missing endangered person, and changes the system's name to the Amber Alert and Silver Alert System
HB44Lampe, SaraHB 44
 0327L.01I - Requires the Revisor of Statutes to make all copies of laws, resolutions, and constitutional measures available electronically to the public and eliminates the printing of certain state documents
HB55Sater, DavidHB 55
 0066L.01I - Authorizes a state and local sales and use tax exemption for over-the-counter or nonprescription drugs which are prescribed by a practitioner and certain medical equipment, supplies, or devices
HB64Curls, ShalonnHB 64
 0431L.01I - Changes the laws regarding unclaimed and abandoned property
HB68Scharnhorst, DwightHB 68
 0463L.01T - Prohibits a political subdivision from imposing a fine or penalty on the owner of a pay telephone on the owner's property for a call made to an emergency telephone service from the pay telephone
HB73Brandom, EllenLeach, MelissaSS SCS HCS HB 73 & 47
 0434S.05T - Requires certain applicants for and recipients of Temporary Assistance for Needy Families Program benefits to be tested for illegal drug use and the benefit card to include a photo of the recipient or payee
HB75Curls, ShalonnNasheed, JamilahHB 75
 0427L.01I - Authorizes expungement of certain criminal records including convictions for nonviolent felonies and misdemeanor, municipal, or traffic offenses
HB82Nolte, JerryFisher, BarneyHB 82
 0207L.01I - Defines "small modular reactors" and allows energy produced by these reactors to be used to meet the Renewable Energy Standard percentage requirements for investor-owned electric utilities
HB85McGhee, MikeHB 85
 0288L.01I - Authorizes an income tax credit for taxpayers who use processed biomass engineered fiber fuel
HB89Pollock, DarrellDenison, CharlieSS#2 SCS HCS HB 89
 0385S.12T - Changes the laws regarding natural resources
HB91Nolte, JerryHCS HB 91
 0626L.03C - Specifies that an employer and his or her employees will not be liable for any injury or death for which compensation is recoverable under provisions of the Workers' Compensation Law
HB94Dugger, TonyWells, DonHB 94
 0412L.01I - Repeals the Puppy Mill Cruelty Prevention Act passed as Proposition B by voters in November 2010
HB96Flanigan, TomHB 96
 0665L.01I - Imposes penalties for persistent violations of air or water pollution laws by recycling companies that convert animal parts into petroleum
HB97Ruzicka, DonHB 97
 0611L.01I - Extends the public notice requirements of the Clean Water Commission when listing any impaired waters and extends the commission's authority to charge specified fees related to water pollution control
HB99Loehner, TomReiboldt, BillHB 99
 0103L.01I - Exempts all shelters, pounds, kennels, pet shops, facilities, dealers, and breeders licensed under specified statutes prior to November 2, 2011, from the provisions of the Puppy Mill Cruelty Prevention Act
HB104Nance, BobGatschenberger, ChuckHB 104
 0465L.01I - Requires 50% of the revenue generated from fines and court costs which are collected as a result of a red light traffic violation on a state highway to be distributed to the Department of Transportation
HB115Schad, RodneyGuernsey, CaseyHB 115
 0273L.01I - Specifies that the Department of Conservation will have ownership and title to all wild elk in Missouri and will be financially responsible for any damage caused by wild elk
HB116Flanigan, TomAllen, SueSS SCS HCS HB 116 & 316
 0053S.13F - Changes the laws regarding the collection of money owed to the state and authorizes an amnesty from the assessment or payment of the penalties, taxes, and interest on certain unpaid tax delinquencies
HB126Barnes, JayRiddle, JeanieHB 126
 0519L.02I - Requires the state to give a prompt written notification to all affected state employees and specified county and city officials in certain situations when the state decides upon a mass layoff
HB128Barnes, JayHB 128
 0668L.01I - Requires the respondent in a suit filed by a city, county, or state in which the entity prevails to pay the city, county, or state the amount of the deposit that would have been awarded as a judgment
HB130Barnes, JayHB 130
 0418L.01I - Changes the laws regarding guardianship of an incapacitated person and authorizes Missouri to enter into the Uniform Adult Guardianship and Protective Proceedings Jurisdiction Act
HB131Cox, StanleyGatschenberger, ChuckHCS HB 131
 0137L.06C - Changes the laws regarding the Animal Care Facilities Act and the Puppy Mill Cruelty Prevention Act
HB135Nolte, JerryHB 135
 0785L.01I - Extends from no later than 10 years to no later than 20 years the time period in which bonds and other similar instruments which have been authorized to fund the Unemployment Compensation Fund must mature
HB137Thomson, MikeLair, MikeSS SCS HB 137
 0570S.04T - Repeals the authority of certain state university boards to convey or transfer property without authorization from the General Assembly and authorizes the Governor to convey certain state properties
HB139Smith, JasonLeach, MelissaHB 139
 0655L.02P - Requires the Office of Administration to maintain public school and county and municipal government accountability information and the Governor's travel information on the Missouri Accountability Portal
HB140Black, LindaHodges, SteveHB 140
 0468L.01I - Establishes Susie's Law which prohibits any child younger than 18 years of age from riding as a passenger on any machinery or heavy equipment not manufactured for passengers
HB141Black, LindaWalton Gray, RochelleHB 141
 0486L.01P - Renames the Heroes Way Interstate Interchange Designation Program to the Heroes Way Interchange Designation Program and expands the program to include state-numbered highway interchanges
HB143Schoeller, ShaneBurlison, EricHCS HB 143
 0235L.05P - Changes the laws regarding hotline calls reporting suspected child abuse and neglect to the Children's Division within the Department of Social Services
HB151Kelly, ChrisMolendorp, ChrisHB 151
 0579L.01T - Authorizes an individual or corporation to designate all or a portion of his or her income tax refund to the Organ Donor Program or to send a separate check with the payment of his or her taxes
HB152Kelly, ChrisHB 152
 0639L.01I - Decreases the individual income tax rate, eliminates corporate income tax, authorizes a sales tax on taxable services, and authorizes the Department of Revenue to establish a sales tax rebate program
HB153Black, LindaHodges, SteveHB 153
 0260L.01P - Designates a portion of State Highway 8 in St. Francois County as the "Ferlin Huskey Highway"
HB155Black, LindaKander, JasonHB 155
 0470L.01I - Requires a coroner to notify the prosecuting attorney of the proper county instead of an associate circuit judge when he or she completes an inquisition regarding a death by a felonious act
HB162Fisher, BarneyStream, RickHB 162
 0735L.01P - Changes the laws regarding workers' compensation liability
HB187Conway, PatHCS HB 187 & 54
 0808L.02P - Repeals the provision that requires a political party's emblem to be printed on an election ballot above the party caption
HB189Ruzicka, DonHB 189
 0772L.01P - Repeals the provision which prohibits expanded polypropylene coolers from being on or within 50 feet of any river in this state except for certain specified rivers and areas
HB190Ruzicka, DonHB 190
 0774L.01T - Authorizes divisions within the Department of Natural Resources to receive funds to be placed in a revolving fund for the purpose of cash transactions involving the sale of items made by the divisions
HB191Ruzicka, DonHB 191
 0773L.01I - Authorizes the State Treasurer to deposit all moneys in the State Park Earnings Fund in any qualified depository of the state and requires these deposits to be secured in a manner provided by law
HB192Jones, TimothyHCS HB 192
 0577L.02P - Changes the laws regarding environmental protection programs
HB198Denison, CharlieHough, LincolnHB 198
 0876L.01I - Designates December 25 of each year as "Christmas Day"
HB201Sater, DavidHB 201
 0919L.01I - Authorizes the MO HealthNet Division to implement a statewide dental delivery system to ensure recipient participation and access to providers of dental services under MO HealthNet
HB221McNary, ColeLair, MikeHB 221
 0313L.01I - Specifies that an employer or his or her employee will not be liable for any injury or death for which compensation is recoverable under the provisions regarding workers' compensation
HB222Schneider, VickiHB 222
 0936L.01I - Increases the number of years before certain newly constructed residential property is assessed for property taxation from the second year to the fourth year following the year construction was completed
HB227Wyatt, ZacharyFranklin, DianeHB 227
 0819L.01I - Specifies that the Missouri Supreme Court child support guidelines must require income documentation and changes the provisions regarding child support when the parents have joint physical custody
HB233Lant, BillFitzwater, PaulHB 233
 0986L.01I - Changes the laws regarding unlawful picketing or protesting of a funeral
HB240Fallert, JoeZimmerman, JakeHB 240
 0915L.01I - Requires anyone requesting 50 or more voter registration applications to provide certain information to the Office of the Secretary of State
HB241Fallert, JoeHB 241
 0916L.01I - Allows a person employed by a public school for 17 hours or less per week to work at another public school if the total does not exceed 17 but cannot be combined to establish eligibility for retirement
HB263Weter, RayHB 263
 0945L.01P - Revises the monthly retirement allowance reduction for certain retirees of the Missouri Local Government Employees' Retirement System electing a partial lump-sum distribution
HB265Smith, JasonWells, DonSS SCS HCS HB 265
 0520S.07T - Changes the laws regarding professional registration
HB266Smith, JasonRowland, LyleHCS HB 266
 0806L.03P - Changes the laws regarding weight limitations for vehicles hauling livestock or agricultural products on state highways
HB273Allen, SueFlanigan, TomHB 273
 0381L.01I - Defines "cyberbullying" as it relates to the antibullying policy that school districts must adopt and establishes specific requirements for each school district in implementing the policy
HB274Bahr, KurtHB 274
 1017L.01I - Changes the laws regarding unlawful picketing or protesting of a funeral
HB276Franz, WardFisher, BarneyHCS HB 276, 233 & 274
 0951L.02P - Changes the laws regarding unlawful picketing or protesting of a funeral
HB277Franz, WardRiddle, JeanieHB 277
 0953L.01I - Requires the local offices and resident hunting and fishing permit vendors of the Department of Conservation to make a voter registration application form available to a resident permit applicant
HB280Frederick, KeithHaefner, MarshaHB 280
 0745L.01I - Prohibits a health carrier or benefit plan from denying reimbursement for providing diagnostic imaging services based solely on the licensed physician's specialty or professional board certification
HB282Franz, WardSS SCS HB 282
 1055S.03T - Changes the laws regarding public employee retirement
HB292Schneider, VickiHB 292
 1022L.01I - Prohibits state certified and state licensed real estate appraisers from using a property's foreclosure price as a comparable property when developing an appraisal
HB303Day, DavidLampe, SaraHCS HB 303 & 239
 0975L.03C - Changes the laws regarding members of the military, military spouses, and veterans
HB315McNary, ColeKander, JasonHCS HB 315
 0923L.02T - Changes the provisions of the Revised Statutes of Missouri that have been enacted in more than one bill so that there is only one version of a statute
HB316Kelly, ChrisHB 316
 1149L.01I - Changes the laws regarding the collection of money owed the state and establishes the State Debt Collections Act
HB317Colona, MikeHummel, JacobHB 317
 0977L.01I - Prohibits all drivers, regardless of age, from text messaging while operating a moving motor vehicle on any highway in this state and prohibits anyone from being stopped solely to determine compliance
HB318Brandom, EllenHB 318
 0848L.02I - Requires health carriers to reimburse a physical therapist in the same amounts as paid to a licensed physicial therapist for rendering the same services regardless of the setting or venue
HB319Fisher, BarneyHB 319
 1095L.01I - Changes the laws regarding contracts for public construction projects which are funded in any amount with public funds
HB320Fisher, BarneyHB 320
 1096L.01I - Changes the laws regarding Missouri's prevailing wage as it relates to public works construction
HB321Walton Gray, RochelleMeadows, TimHB 321
 0353L.02I - Designates July 3 of each year as "Organ Donor Recognition Day"
HB322Walton Gray, RochelleMeadows, TimHB 322
 0358L.01I - Allows certain organizations who sell intoxicating liquor by the drink on the premises to obtain a special permit to remain open until 3:00 a.m. each day and to open on Sundays at 9:00 a.m.
HB323Walton Gray, RochelleMeadows, TimHB 323
 0359L.01I - Changes the laws regarding certain mortgage disclosures and requires any lender making a reverse mortgage loan to allow for the repayment of the loan after the death of the person who entered into the loan
HB324Walton Gray, RochelleMeadows, TimHB 324
 0361L.01I - Specifies that a state employee who works 10-hour days and 40 hours per week is not required to take two hours of vacation leave for paid holidays
HB325Cauthorn, JohnHoughton, JayHB 325
 0906L.01I - Allows a person to hand fish for catfish or carp during June and July within all Missouri waters open for hook-and-line fishing of these fish
HB326Burlison, EricHB 326
 1104L.01I - Prohibits state licensed professional counselors from being taxes or made liable to pay any municipal or corporation tax or license fee for the privilege of practicing the profession
HB327Wallingford, WayneWright, Billy PatHB 327
 1212L.01P - Removes the requirement that the circuit court in Cape Girardeau must hold court and maintain an office of the probate division in the courthouses in Jackson and Cape Girardeau but allows them to do so
HB328Koenig, AndrewFunderburk, DougHB 328
 0962L.01I - Establishes the Abortion-inducing Drugs Safety Act which places restrictions on abortion-inducing drugs
HB329Diehl, JohnCox, StanleyHCS HB 329
 1113L.03C - Establishes an advance voting period and requires a voter to present an approved form of personal identification to vote at an election
HB330Franz, WardHB 330
 1168L.01I - Allows an applicant registering any property-carrying commercial vehicle weighing 12,000 pounds or more to request and be issued two license plates for the vehicle
HB331Franz, WardHB 331
 1067L.01I - Requires all federally licensed firearms dealers to waive the National Instant Criminal Background Check System requirement for a purchaser who possesses a valid concealed carry endorsement
HB332Franz, WardLant, BillHB 332
 0156L.01I - Expands the Puppy Mill Cruelty Prevention Act to apply to humane societies and exempts shelters, pounds, kennels, pet shops, dealers, facilities, and breeders licensed prior to November 2, 2011
HB333Shumake, LindellBurlison, EricHB 333
 0764L.01I - Allows religious books to be used in public schools in certain situations as long as they are used in a manner that does not violate the Establishment Clause of the United States Constitution
HB334Barnes, JayFitzwater, PaulHB 334
 0983L.02I - Requires the development and implementation of an interscholastic athletic head injury safety training program by the 2012-2013 school year
HB335Burlison, EricSchoeller, ShaneHB 335
 0410L.01I - Allows, upon voter approval, a political subdivision to replace any personal property taxes levied for funding the political subdivision with a revenue-neutral increase in local sales or real property taxes
HB336Burlison, EricTilley, StevenHCS HB 336
 0910L.02P - Authorizes an income tax credit for the eligible costs of bringing certain sporting events to Missouri
HB337Wells, DonSchad, RodneyHB 337
 0107L.01I - Prohibits all drivers, regardless of age, from text messaging while operating a moving vehicle unless the device being used is equipped with technology allowing for voice-recognition hands-free texting
HB338Pollock, DarrellTilley, StevenSS HCS HB 338
 1158S.04T - Specifies that a telecommunications company may elect to be exempt from certain rules if giving written notice to the Missouri Public Service Commission
HB339Pollock, DarrellTilley, StevenSS HB 339
 1159S.02T - Changes the laws regarding telecommunications as they relate to the carrier of last resort obligations
HB340Klippenstein, GlenGuernsey, CaseyHB 340
 1075L.01T - Allows counties of any classification to erect and maintain a jail or holding cell facility at a site other than the county seat and changes the laws regarding the circuit court in Cape Girardeau County
HB341Riddle, JeanieFranz, WardHB 341
 1051L.04I - Repeals the provisions regarding the filing of a petition for the removal of a disqualification for certain individuals from purchasing, possessing, or transferring a firearm and establishes new provisions
HB342Still, MaryCarlson, SusanHB 342
 0051L.01I - Increases the excise tax on cigarettes from 17 cents to $1.17 per pack of 20 cigarettes upon voter approval
HB343Still, MaryCarlson, SusanHB 343
 0050L.01I - Increases the excise tax on cigarettes of 17 cents per pack of 20 cigarettes by 12.5 cents per pack per year for eight years until the excise tax on cigarettes reaches $1.17 per pack
HB344Guernsey, CaseySCS HCS HB 344
 1064S.04T - Establishes the Farm-to-Table Advisory Board and changes the laws regarding the Commodity Merchandising Council Program
HB345Guernsey, CaseyKlippenstein, GlenHB 345
 1024L.01I - Allows the Missouri Agricultural and Small Business Development Authority to make loan guarantees to certain agribusinesses under the Agricultural Product Utilization and Business Development Loan Program
HB346Guernsey, CaseyLoehner, TomHB 346
 0908L.02I - Exempts the sale of captive wildlife and the sale of feed for captive wildlife from state and local sales and use taxes
HB347Kirkton, JeanneTilley, StevenHB 347
 0466L.02I - Establishes the Prompt Credentialing Act which requires a health carrier to credential a health care professional within 60 days of receiving a completed application
HB348Newman, StaceyLampe, SaraHB 348
 0850L.01I - Requires a pharmacy to fill a valid and lawful prescription for any federal Food and Drug Administration-approved drug or device to prevent pregnancy, including emergency contraceptives, without delay
HB349Newman, StaceyColona, MikeHB 349
 0849L.01I - Changes the laws regarding equal employment practices
HB350Newman, StaceyColona, MikeHB 350
 0898L.01I - Changes the laws regarding sex education in schools, establishes the Compassionate Assistance for Rape Emergencies Act and the Birth Control Protection Act, and requires a women's health care program
HB351McNeil, MargoNewman, StaceyHB 351
 0600L.01I - Allows an election authority to randomly select individuals from a cross-section of voter registrations to serve as election judges if there is a shortage of election judges in the authority's jurisdiction
HB352Wallingford, WayneFitzwater, PaulHB 352
 1092L.01I - Establishes the Missouri Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics Initiative within the Department of Higher Education
HB353Wyatt, ZacharyRedmon, CraigHB 353
 1056L.01I - Requires an insurance producer's license to be suspended, revoked, or denied issuance or renewal if the producer fails to pay personal property taxes, county real estate taxes, or income taxes
HB354Faith, SallyZerr, AnneHCS HB 354
 1205L.02T - Exempts a qualified plug-in electric drive vehicle from the state's motor vehicle emissions inspection program
HB355Faith, SallyHB 355
 0878L.01I - Requires every applicant for a motorcycle license or endorsement to show proof that he or she has successfully completed an approved motorcycle training course
HB356Phillips, DonDenison, CharlieHB 356
 1166L.01I - Expands the crime of making a false declaration with the purpose to mislead a public servant in the performance of his or her duty
HB357Leara, MikeHB 357
 0855L.01P - Changes the laws regarding enhanced enterprise zones
HB358Leara, MikeColona, MikeHB 358
 0380L.02T - Changes the laws regarding the Police Retirement System of St. Louis
HB359Leara, MikeHB 359
 0809L.01I - Establishes the Payday Loan Protection Act regarding unsecured loans of $500 or less, commonly known as payday loans
HB360Leara, MikeHB 360
 0926L.01P - Allows a retiree of the Missouri Local Government Employees' Retirement System to have health insurance or long-term care insurance premiums deducted from his or her retirement allowance
HB361Leara, MikeHB 361
 0026L.01P - Establishes the Missouri Firearms Freedom Act
HB362Scharnhorst, DwightDieckhaus, ScottHB 362
 0944L.01I - Establishes Bryce's Law which authorizes a tax credit for a person donating to a scholarship-granting organization for special needs students if it is not claimed on his or her federal income tax return
HB363Colona, MikeJones, TimothySCS HB 798, HB 141, HB 153, HCS HB 363, HB 415, & HB 813
 1016L.02P - Designates a portion of Interstate 44 in the City of St. Louis as the "Officer David Haynes Memorial Highway"
HB364Parkinson, MarkKelley, MikeHB 364
 0980L.01I - Changes the determination of a defendant's liability in a tort action for damages by specifying that the liability of each defendant for compensatory or punitive damages must be several and cannot be joint
HB365Funderburk, DougTilley, StevenHB 365
 1029L.01I - Changes the laws regarding unlawful picketing or protesting of a funeral
HB366Silvey, RyanTalboy, MikeHCS HB 366
 1090L.03P - Changes the laws regarding economic development
HB367Meadows, TimWalton Gray, RochelleHB 367
 0333L.02I - Establishes provisions regulating amateur unarmed combat competitions
HB368Meadows, TimKratky, MicheleHB 368
 0046L.01I - Requires the Missouri Veterans Commission to issue an identification card to each veteran in the state who applies and provides proof of his or her military service
HB369Gatschenberger, ChuckHCS HB 369
 1227L.02P - Authorizes any city, town, or village to impose, upon voter approval, a fee for the repair or replacement of water lines due to failure
HB370Carter, ChrisHummel, JacobHB 370
 0485L.01I - Establishes two prostate cancer pilot programs to fund prostate cancer screening and treatment services and to provide education to men residing in the state
HB371Fitzwater, PaulBlack, LindaHB 371
 1211L.01I - Establishes minimum salary requirements for all corrections officers and supervisors
HCR4Flanigan, TomHCR 4
 0054L.02I - Establishes the Missouri State Capitol Building Centennial Commission for the purpose of seeking funding sources for the preservation, improvement, expansion, and renovation of the Capitol Building
HCR12Rowland, LylePhillips, DonHCR 12
 0682L.01I - Claims sovereignty for the State of Missouri under the Tenth Amendment to the Constitution of the United States over all powers not otherwise enumerated and granted to the federal government
HCR13Wyatt, ZacharyRedmon, CraigHCR 13
 0576L.02I - Strongly supports the selection of Kirksville, Missouri, as the site for A.T. Still University's new School of Dentistry and Oral Health
HCR15Brown, MichaelWebb, SteveHCR 15
 0404L.01I - Designates November 13, 2011, as "Buck O'Neil Day" in Missouri in honor of the first African-American coach in Major League Baseball
HCR18Parkinson, MarkHCR 18
 1085L.01I - Disapproves the salary recommendations of the Citizen's Commission on Compensation for Elected Officials
HCR19Gatschenberger, ChuckFranz, WardHCR 19
 0497L.02I - Submits an official application by the State of Missouri for the calling of a convention for proposing amendments to the United States Constitution
HCR22Fallert, JoeBlack, LindaHCR 22
 1108L.01I - Strongly urges the federal Department of Homeland Security and Congress to increase the level of enforcement of illegal immigration, especially the hiring of unauthorized workers
HJR5Pollock, DarrellSchoeller, ShaneHCS HJR 5
 0597L.03P - Proposes a constitutional amendment guaranteeing citizens the right to hunt, fish, trap, and harvest wildlife using traditionally approved devices or methods
HJR10Barnes, JayDieckhaus, ScottHJR 10
 0842L.01I - Proposes a constitutional amendment repealing the prohibition against state funds being used to support any religion or religious school and specifies that parents have the right to choose any school
HJR14Cox, StanleyGatschenberger, ChuckHJR 14
 1049L.01I - Proposes a constitutional amendment changing the laws regarding elections by authorizing provisions relating to advance voting, voter identification, and absentee voting
HJR15Ruzicka, DonFisher, BarneyHJR 15
 0771L.01I - Proposes a constitutional amendment requiring a two-thirds majority for voter approval of any initiative petition relating to harvesting bird, fish, game, wildlife, or forestry resources
SCR1Ridgeway, LuannSCR 1
 0679S.01T - Disapproves a final order of rule making by the Public Service Commission regarding Electric Utility Renewable Energy requirements
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