92nd General Assembly, 1st Regular Session
Past Activity Registers
For Actions Recorded on: January 28, 2003

BillSponsorCoSponsorBill String
 Bill Information
HB15Bearden, CarlCCS SCS HCS HB 15
 0015S.03T - Appropriates money for supplemental purposes.
HB32Villa, ThomasHB 32
 0129L.01I - Establishes penalties for failure to deliver a taxable tangible personal property list to the assessor in St. Louis.
HB46Richard, RonRuestman, MarilynHB 46
 0275L.01I - Requires flags to be flown at half-staff at public building on D-Day, Pearl Harbor Day, VJ Day and VE Day.
HB60Sutherland, MikeSCS HB 60
 0355S.03T - Changes the time period in which a taxpayer may claim a refund of taxes mistakenly or erroneously paid.
HB72Luetkemeyer, WilliamStevenson, BryanHB 72
 0270L.01I - Exempts military records filed with the recorder of deeds from the Open Records Law.
HB85Ward, DanielHB 85
 0246L.01I - Permits the Division of Family Services to provide financial assistance to certain not-for-profit food pantries in the state.
HB89Ward, DanielSager, RHB 89
 0247L.01I - Excludes the cash value of life insurance policies with a total cash value of five thousand dollars or less from resources used to determine eligibility for Medicare or Medicaid.
HB91Mayer, RobertCrowell, JasonSCS HB 91
 0706S.02C - Authorizes county commissioners to create county crime reduction funds and establishes the Missouri Sheriffs' Methamphetamine Relief Task Force.
HB119Dempsey, TomWalton, JuanitaHB 119
 0473L.01I - Requires school board approval of tax increment financing plans for areas with residential or multifamily properties.
HB144Luetkemeyer, WilliamCooper, RobertSCS HCS HB 144
 0081S.05C - Authorizes creation of an exhibition center and recreational facilities district in certain counties.
HB194Stevenson, BryanJackson, JackieHB 194
 0631L.01I - Revises the crimes of assault of a law enforcement officer in the first, second, and third degrees by adding firefighters while executing or performing their duties.
HB198Stevenson, BryanWilson, KevinCCS SS HB 198
 0630S.10C - Revises criminal laws.
HB212Behnen, RobertWright, MarkHB 212
 0547L.01I - Requires the superintendent of the Highway Patrol to submit a salary schedule which compares the salaries of officers in the 3 largest cities with salaries in the Highway Patrol to maintain parity.
HB219Myers, PeterHB 219
 0686L.01I - Prohibits case workers employed by the Division of Family Services from working outside their assigned counties on a regular basis.
HB220Johnson, RickHB 220
 0926L.01I - Makes certain diseases disabilities for workers compensation coverage of police officers.
HB223Wilson, VictoriaBland, CraigHB 223
 0782L.02I - Eliminates the death penalty for murder in the first degree.
HB229Wright, MarkPortwood, CharlesHB 229
 1132L.01I - Increases the penalties for forcible rape, forcible sodomy, attempt to commit forcible rape, and attempt to commit forcible sodomy.
HB230Jolly, CathyBurnett, JohnHB 230
 0670L.01I - Requires certain persons guilty of sexual offenses and sexual offenses against a child to complete required treatment programs and follow treatment directives.
HB231Jolly, CathyMarsh, B JHB 231
 0357L.01I - Repeals the requirement that punishment be changed if the law is revised prior to sentencing.
HB232Jolly, CathyJohnson, RickHB 232
 0365L.01I - Includes registered sexual offenders in the family care safety registry.
HB235Reinhart, GeralynDavis, CynthiaHB 235
 0660L.01I - Exempts self-employed business owners from unemployment tax.
HB236Reinhart, GeralynShoemaker, ChristoperHB 236
 0659L.01I - Creates a tax credit for fees paid to the Small Business Administration.
HB237Johnson, RobertHB 237
 0395L.02I - Changes the limits on the amounts of certain campaign contributions.
HB238Dougherty, CurtHenke, WayneHB 238
 1127L.01I - Lowers the minimum age for jury service from 21 to 18.
HB239Morris, LarryStevenson, BryanHB 239
 0239L.04I - Prohibits school districts from adopting discrimination policies that exceed state and federal protections against discrimination unless approved by voters of the district.
HB244Baker, BrianCooper, ShannonHB 244
 1087L.01T - Permits Cass County to choose by ordinance a planning and zoning program authorized by state statute.
HB248Rector, RexAvery, JimHB 248
 0861L.01I - Extends immunity from civil liability to owners of land next to certain dedicated trail systems.
HB249Seigfreid, JamesHB 249
 1181L.01T - Designates state route WW outside of Marshall, Missouri as "Butterfield Road".
HB250Johnson, RickHB 250
 0924L.01I - Provides a grievance procedure for law enforcement officers who are subject to dismissal or disciplinary transfer.
HB251Smith, ToddHB 251
 1004L.01I - Allows recreational vehicle associations to participate in vehicle shows under certain circumstances.
HB255Crawford, LarryStevenson, BryanHB 255
 0989L.01I - Increases the age at which the death penalty can be imposed from 16 to 18.
HB256Avery, JimSmith, JoeHB 256
 1107L.01I - Changes the age of disqualification from jury service from under 21 to under 18.
HB257Munzlinger, BrianHobbs, SteveSS SCS HS HCS HB 257
 0602S.23T - Allows specific agricultural tax credits to be taken on a quarterly basis and makes several revisions in laws on agriculture.
HB258Haywood, EstherWright-Jones, RobinHB 258
 0105L.01I - Establishes lists of specific crimes which if motivated by race, color, religion, national origin, sex, sexual orientation or disability of the victim receive enhanced punishment.
HB259Haywood, EstherWright-Jones, RobinHB 259
 0106L.01I - Prohibits the use of credit scoring for all insurance purposes.
HB261Whorton, JimSeigfreid, JamesHB 261
 0083L.01T - Designates U.S. highway 65 within this state as "American Legion Memorial Highway".
HB262Hilgemann, RobertVilla, ThomasHB 262
 0364L.01I - Allows the board of education for the St. Louis City school district to adopt a resolution raising the mandatory attendance age to seventeen.
HB266Cooper, ShannonCrowell, JasonHB 266
 0640L.01I - Sets standards for emergency sirens in public schools.
HB267Smith, ToddWilson, LarrySS SCS HS HB 267
 1005S.10T - Permits non-charter counties to enact ordinances relating to the administration of county government and revises other laws on counties.
HB268Smith, ToddRuestman, MarilynHB 268
 1064L.01I - Modifies the procedure for changing the classification of counties.
HB269Smith, ToddHB 269
 1158L.01I - Requires the Department of Mental health to develop a proposed state suicide prevention plan for submission to the General Assembly.
HB270Smith, ToddHB 270
 1223L.01I - Allows administrative law judges and legal advisors hired after 2003 to be included in the state employees retirement system.
HB271Merideth, DennyJetton, RodHB 271
 1161L.01I - Permits continued pay for state employees on extended military leaves of absence.
HB272Muckler, MatthewBurnett, JohnHB 272
 1069L.01I - Changes the provisions for payday loans.
HB273Byrd, RichardCunningham, JaneHCS HB 273
 1052L.02P - Modifies various provisions regarding tort actions for personal injury.
HB275Merideth, DennyMoore, DanieHB 275
 1159L.01I - Establishes the Missouri Airport Protection Act.
HB277Wright, MarkMarsh, B JHCS HB 277
 1026L.02T - Authorizes removal of property from the Springfield community improvement district.
HB278Davis, CynthiaParker, ShermanHB 278
 1221L.01T - Authorizes conveyances in St. Charles County.
HB279Ransdall, BillyHB 279
 1237L.01I - Makes any military discharge record filed with the county recorder of deeds exempt from chapter 610 for 50 years with certain exceptions and makes it a crime for persons to violate this.
HB280Avery, JimBehnen, RobertHB 280
 1106L.01I - Requires that one voting member of the governing boards of certain state institutions of higher education be a student.
HB285Walton, JuanitaMoore, DanieHB 285
 0601L.01I - Revises discipline policy for public schools.
HB286Bearden, CarlCampbell, MarshaSS SCS HB 286
 1125S.03T - Modifies the rebate amount for prescription drugs in the Senior Rx Program and revises Medicaid laws.
HB289Dempsey, TomJohnson, RobertCCS SS SCS HCS HB 289
 0882S.10T - Creates the Missouri Downtown Economic Stimulus Act and revises other economic development laws.
HB290Yates, BrianJohnson, RobertHB 290
 1034L.01I - Clarifies the filing location for campaign finance disclosure reports for certain candidates.
HB291Johnson, RickLowe, JeneeHB 291
 0947L.01I - Creates a check-off on state income tax return forms for contributions to the Workers Memorial Fund.
HB292Wagner, HowardHB 292
 1295L.01T - Designates the Desoto Armory as the William E. "Bud" Lewis Armory.
HB293Johnson, RobertHB 293
 1260L.01I - Limits license tax amounts in certain cities.
HB294Marsh, B JWright, MarkHB 294
 0942L.01I - Allows Springfield to establish a satellite enterprise zone.
HB295Sander, ThereseStevenson, BryanHB 295
 1139L.01I - Requires risk assessment and cost-benefit analysis to be prepared when certain environmental rules are promulgated.
HB296Stevenson, BryanTownley, MerrillHB 296
 0948L.02I - Removes prevailing wage requirement for construction of public buildings, roads and highways, and bridges.
HB297Stevenson, BryanBean, OttoHB 297
 1083L.01I - Requires American Sign Language courses offered in educational institutions in the State of Missouri to be regarded as a foreign language course offered for academic credit.
HB298Wildberger, EdSalva, RayHB 298
 1203L.01I - Expands the diseases covered for firefighter's retirement benefits.
HB299Wildberger, EdSalva, RayHB 299
 0593L.01I - Establishes a higher education funding formula.
HB300Wildberger, EdBringer, RachelHB 300
 1078L.01I - Regulates phone bank usage during campaigns.
HB301Munzlinger, BrianBringer, RachelHB 301
 0641L.01I - Removes ability of Marion County Circuit Court to appoint Division 1 Circuit Clerk if office is separated from Recorder.
HB302Morris, LarryKuessner, J CHB 302
 0987L.01I - Establishes a statewide crime laboratory system within the Department of Public Safety.
HB303Rupp, ScottBruns, MarkHB 303
 1085L.01I - Expands the cafeteria benefit plan options for state employees.
HB304Avery, JimHB 304
 0573L.02I - Requires Department of Revenue to develop separate forms and standards for inspections of motorcycles.
HCR6Bruns, MarkBrown, JasonHCS HCR 6
 0428L.03C - Disapproves the salary recommendations submitted by the Missouri Citizen's Commission on Compensation for Elected Officials.
SCR1Gross, CharlesSCR 1
 0359S.01I - Disapproves the Salary Commission recommendations.
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