94th General Assembly, 1st Regular Session
Past Activity Registers
For Actions Recorded on: January 30, 2007

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GRP3the Governor,GRP 3
 1940L.01I - Reorganization Plan No. 3 - transfers crime victims' compensation fund from DOLIR to Department of Public Safety (Executive Order 07-07, 1/30/2007)
HB15Icet, AllenHB 15
 0015L.01T - Appropriates money for supplemental purposes for the Department of Social Services
HB84Kraus, WillHB 84
 0570L.01I - Changes the age for juvenile court jurisdiction from younger than 15 and one-half years of age to younger than 15 for non-felony traffic ordinance violations
HB184Dempsey, TomYates, BrianHCS HB 184
 0384L.03T - Establishes the Children's Services Protection Act requiring that community children's services funds be reimbursed for the sales tax revenue diverted to certain tax increment financing projects
HB217Stevenson, BryanWilson, KevinHB 217
 0227L.01I - Authorizes an income tax deduction for any Social Security benefits received, regardless of age or income and removes the $6,000 limit on retirement benefits that can be deducted from state income
HB225Nance, BobMunzlinger, BrianHB 225
 0686L.01I - Authorizes an income tax deduction for any Social Security benefits received, regardless of age or income and increases the pension deduction from $6,000 to $18,000
HB239Bruns, MarkFisher, BarneyHB 239
 0799L.01I - Exempts Social Security benefits, annuities, pensions, and retirement allowances from state income tax
HB243Wells, DonDenison, CharlieHB 243
 0960L.01I - Exempts Social Security benefits received by taxpayers 65 or older from state income tax
HB297Flook, TimHB 297
 1228L.01I - Authorizes a deduction for federal Social Security benefits from Missouri taxable income for certain elderly citizens
HB308Kraus, WillMuschany, T.HB 308
 0718L.01I - Exempts military retirement benefits from state income tax
HB314Tilley, StevenBruns, MarkHB 314
 1006L.01I - Revises the definition of "practice of pharmacy" and establishes the Well-being Committee to aid pharmacists who suffer from illness, substance abuse, mental illness, or physical impairment
HB346Munzlinger, BrianSchad, RodneyHCS HB 346
 0902L.02P - Increases the cap on the aggregate of certain agricultural tax credits and requires the Missouri Agricultural and Small Business Development Authority to develop dairy business planning grants
HB353Schaaf, RobJetton, RodHB 353
 1169L.01P - Changes the laws regarding fraud and abuse in the Missouri Medicaid Program
HB402Denison, CharlieSchaaf, RobHB 402
 0232L.01I - Authorizes an income tax deduction for any Social Security benefits received, regardless of age or income
HB426Parson, MikeSCS HCS HB 426
 1034S.06T - Establishes the Missouri Propane Safety Act
HB444Jetton, RodBearden, CarlSS#2 SCS HCS HB 444, 217, 225, 239, 243, 297, 402 & 172
 0761S.11T - Authorizes an income tax deduction for Social Security and nonprivate retirement benefits received by the elderly, subject to income limits, and for qualified health insurance premiums
HB487Cooper, ShannonParson, MikeHCS HB 487
 1326L.03C - Establishes the Missouri County Planning Act
HB512Pratt, BryanYates, BrianHCS HB 512
 0887L.04C - Establishes the Asbestos and Silica Claims Priorities Act
HB578Pearce, DavidMcGhee, MikeHB 578
 1773L.01I - Prohibits any person from owning or operating a sexual offender treatment facility for more than one person who is required to register unless operated by or contracted with a government body
HB633Smith, JasonHB 633
 1561L.01I - Changes the laws regarding the licensing boards for which the Administrative Hearing Commission conducts hearings by renaming the Board for Architects, Professional Engineers, and Land Surveyors
HB634Dusenberg, GaryKraus, WillHB 634
 1799L.01I - Revises the continuing educational training requirements for 911 telecommunicators
HB635Portwood, CharlesDixon, BobHB 635
 1345L.01I - Authorizes an income tax deduction for contributions to the Missouri Housing Trust Fund
HB636Day, DavidJetton, RodHCS HB 636, 308 & 173
 1482L.03P - Authorizes an income tax credit for military retirement benefits
HB637Dempsey, TomHB 637
 1826L.01I - Allows a customer receiving electrical service regulated by the Missouri Public Service Commission to receive a credit for a power outage lasting 48 hours or more
HB638Scavuzzo, LukeHarris, JeffHB 638
 1100L.01I - Requires the Department of Revenue to award fee office contracts with a priority given to school districts and charitable organizations over individuals in a competitive bid process
HB639Walsh, GinaCorcoran, MichaelHB 639
 1116L.01I - Requires all new developments to have power lines installed underground
HB640Dixon, BobWilson, LarryHB 640
 1346L.01I - Requires the registration and licensure of doctors of naturopathic medicine
HB641Dixon, BobHubbard, RodneyHB 641
 1349L.01I - Increases state employee salaries in an amount equal to the percentage change in the federal Consumer Price Index
HB642Deeken, BillFallert, JoeHB 642
 1618L.01I - Establishes the Drunk Driving Memorial Sign Program in the Department of Transportation
HB643Dethrow, MikeSelf, TomHB 643
 1155L.01I - Changes the laws regarding the firearms safety training requirement for obtaining a permit to carry a concealed weapon
HB644Dethrow, MikeHB 644
 1111L.01I - Allows sheriffs, county marshals, and other officers to charge a fee for their services in cases disposed of by a traffic violations bureau
HB645Pratt, BryanYates, BrianHB 645
 1811L.01I - Changes the definition of "qualified company" so that a corporation dissolved under Chapter 351, RSMo, and currently in a state of dissolution cannot participate in the Missouri Quality Jobs Act
HB646Young, TerryDusenberg, GaryHB 646
 0698L.01I - Requires all new signs erected after August 28, 2007, to contain the words "Accessible Parking" instead of "Handicap Parking"
HB647Young, TerryMunzlinger, BrianHB 647
 0697L.01P - Allows the limited use of a dog to track a deer that is shot by a person engaged in lawful hunting
HB648Young, TerryOxford, Jeanette MottHB 648
 1090L.01I - Changes the standard for violation of the Open Meetings Law, commonly known as the Sunshine Law, by a governmental body from knowingly to negligently
HB649Hughes IV, LeonardHoskins, TheodoreHB 649
 1642L.01I - Prohibits an employer from discriminating against an individual based on his or her credit score or credit history
HB650Hughes IV, LeonardHubbard, RodneyHB 650
 1641L.01I - Changes the laws regarding the use of credit information when underwriting insurance contracts
HB651Hughes IV, LeonardHoskins, TheodoreHB 651
 1638L.01I - Increases the length of time a father has to establish paternity prior to an adoption from within 15 days to no later than 60 days after the birth of the child
HB652Hughes IV, LeonardHubbard, RodneyHB 652
 1637L.01I - Removes the payment of an intervention fee as a condition of parole
HB653Roorda, JeffChappelle-Nadal, MariaHB 653
 1761L.01I - Establishes the Reverend Nathaniel Cole Memorial Pursuit Reduction Grant to provide grants to urban police departments for the purchase of real-time pursuit management systems
HB654Stream, RickJetton, RodHCS HB 654 & 938
 1769L.03T - Exempts the property of a veterans' organization from real and personal property taxes, increases the amount of matching grants for veterans' programs, and establishes the Stolen Valor Act of 2007
HB655Yates, BrianHB 655
 1831L.01I - Revises the laws to implement the Governor's executive order that renames the Department of Insurance, Financial and Professional Regulation
HB656Wasson, JayHB 656
 0665L.01I - Changes the membership of the Advisory Commission for Physical Therapists
HB657Tilley, StevenScharnhorst, DwightHB 657
 1148L.01I - Expands the practice of audiology by adding the fitting, programming, and dispensing of hearing devices and adds certain educational requirements for instrument specialist licenses or permits
HB658Jones, KennyMcGhee, MikeHB 658
 1551L.01I - Changes the laws regarding boating on the waters of this state
HB659Pratt, BryanHB 659
 1808L.01I - Adds not-for-profit organizations that provide or contract for ambulance services under the authority of a municipality to the definition of "public entity" for purposes of sovereign immunity
HB660Pratt, BryanHB 660
 1775L.01I - Specifies that a person who commits a red-light violation through the use of an automated photo red-light enforcement system will be guilty of an infraction
HB661Moore, DanieAull, JoeHB 661
 0768L.02I - Changes the laws regarding the public school retirement systems
HB662Moore, DanieBruns, MarkHB 662
 1354L.01I - Transfers from the Department of Economic Development to the Department of Public Safety the duty of certifying when a dry fire hydrant system meets the requirements to obtain an income tax credit
HB663Portwood, CharlesHunter, SteveHB 663
 1408L.01I - Allows municipalities to use automated traffic control systems to enforce traffic laws under certain conditions
HB664Dempsey, TomEl-Amin, TalibdinHB 664
 1302L.01I - Prohibits cellular telephone use while operating a motor vehicle, with certain exceptions
HB665Ervin, DougFlook, TimSS HB 665
 1441S.04F - Authorizes counties to preserve electronic images of original cancelled checks instead of the actual check
HB666Bringer, RachelHB 666
 1589L.02I - Prohibits water and sewer line easements from being considered as transfers of title of real property to counties
HB667Bringer, RachelHB 667
 1587L.01I - Establishes a tuition and fee waiver program for incoming Missouri resident college freshmen who have been in foster or residential care
HB668Bringer, RachelHB 668
 1505L.01I - Creates a rebuttable presumption that the person whose name appears in the controlled substance log book which pharmacies are required to keep and maintain is the person whose transaction is recorded
HB669Pearce, DavidCox, StanleyHCS HB 669
 1615L.02C - Prohibits the state or any political subdivision from restricting the lawful possession, transfer, sale, transportation, storage, display, or use of firearms during a declared state of emergency
HB670Burnett, JohnBringer, RachelHB 670
 1821L.01I - Expands the DNA profiling analysis testing to include an individual arrested for a felony or sexual offense or a juvenile adjudicated to have committed an act that would be a felony if committed by an adult
HB671Daus, MikeVilla, ThomasHB 671
 1893L.01I - Requires persons replacing stolen license plate tabs prior to January 1, 2009, to submit notarized affadavits and for replacing stolen tabs after January 1, 2009, persons must show a police report
HB672Cooper, RobertBurnett, JohnHB 672
 0969L.01I - Changes the laws regarding the licensure of professional counselors
HB673Dempsey, TomHCS HB 673
 1908L.02C - Requires the Missouri Public Service Commission to approve a rate adjustment to a utility rate schedule with mechanisms to prevent a utility from exceeding its authorized profit
HB674Dempsey, TomWildberger, EdHB 674
 1720L.01I - Requires the Department of Public Safety to establish rules for fire protection sprinkler systems in long-term care facilities and allows rules for systems in all state-owned offices and facilities
HB675Kraus, WillYates, BrianHB 675
 1894L.01I - Authorizes an individual income tax credit for military retirement benefits
HB676Grisamore, JeffYates, BrianHB 676
 1550L.01I - Requires the Children's Division to develop rules to modify the income eligibility criteria for any person receiving state-funded child care assistance
HB677Cooper, RobertRuestman, MarilynHB 677
 1428L.01I - Allows licensed ambulance services, emergency medical response agencies, and not-for-profit organizations which contract for ambulance services to establish peer review committees
HB678Marsh, B JDixon, BobHCS HB 678
 1712L.04T - Allows certain school districts in declared federal disaster areas after the January 2007 ice storms to not make up lost time and allows other schools to make up only a certain number of the missed days
HB679Baker, BrianScavuzzo, LukeHCS HB 679
 1685L.03C - Requires the Missouri Public Service Commission to consider existing planning and zoning plans and building codes and hold a public hearing before approving the location of a proposed electric plant
HCR17Fisher, BarneyStevenson, BryanHCR 17
 1582L.01I - Recognizes the I-49 Coalition as the official organization for the project to upgrade U.S. Highway 71 to interstate standards
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