91st General Assembly, 2nd Regular Session
Past Activity Registers
For Actions Recorded on: February 06, 2002

BillSponsorCoSponsorBill String
 Bill Information
HB1086Harlan, TimothyHB 1086
 3230S.01T - Requires personal information related to accounts established within Missouri higher education savings account program to be confidential.
HB1090Reynolds, DavidHB 1090
 3058L.01I - Requires tanning facilities to be licensed.
HB1100Relford, RandallCrump, WayneHB 1100
 3051L.01I - Makes it a crime to release swine to live in a wild state and permits killing free-roaming hogs.
HB1105Green, TimCCS SCS HCS HB 1105
 3005L.04T - Appropriates money for the expenses, grants, refunds, and distributions of the Office of Administration, the Department of Transportation, and the Chief Executive's Office.
HB1107Green, TimCCS SCS HCS HB 1107
 3007L.04T - Appropriates money for the expenses, grants, refunds, and distributions of the Department of Economic Development, Department of Insurance, and Department of Labor and Industrial Relations.
HB1109Green, TimCCS SCS HCS HB 1109
 3009L.04T - Appropriates money for the expenses, grants, refunds, and distributions of the Department of Corrections.
HB1110Green, TimCCS SCS HCS HB 1110
 3010L.04T - Appropriates money for the expenses, grants, refunds, and distributions of the Department of Mental Health, the Board of Public Buildings, and the Department of Health and Senior Services.
HB1131Hosmer, WilliamWilliams, DeletaHB 1131
 2724L.01I - Requires Coordinating Board for Higher Education to promote and catalogue service learning opportunities available in state institutions of higher education.
HB1134Relford, RandallSeigfreid, JamesHCS HB 1134, 1100 & 1559
 2694L.02P - Revises definitions for forestry and application process to designate land as forest croplands, and creates a forest landowner cost-share incentive program.
HB1150Bray, JoanSS SCS HCS HB 1150, 1237 & 1327
 2610S.09T - Authorizes state tax amnesty program, adopts Simplified Sales and Use Tax Administrative Act, and revises law on property tax.
HB1154Smith, PhilipHCS HB 1154
 3278L.02P - Revises the purpose of chapter 211 on juvenile courts.
HB1161Reinhart, GeralynHoppe, ThomasHB 1161
 2851L.01I - Creates crime of enticement of a child.
HB1192Harding, MargaretBoucher, ArthurHB 1192
 3087L.01P - Allows not-for-profit organizations to finance child and adult day care facilities.
HB1225Jolly, CathyHosmer, WilliamHB 1225
 3114L.01I - Makes certain crimes dangerous felonies.
HB1237Hegeman, DanielSecrest, PatriciaHB 1237
 2705L.01I - Allows the Department of Revenue to enter into compromise agreements on tax amounts in dispute.
HB1240Hegeman, DanielHB 1240
 3132L.01I - Reduces retailers license fee to zero and dealers fee for 1-25 cases of eggs to zero.
HB1255Smith, PhilipHB 1255
 3548L.01I - Revises law on the licensing of nursing home administrators.
HB1257Smith, PhilipHB 1257
 3403L.01I - Revises law on technological crimes.
HB1298Troupe, CharlesHB 1298
 3430L.01I - Requires prison or jail time for assault if the victim was a mass transit worker or passenger on or waiting to board a bus or light rail system.
HB1299Troupe, CharlesHB 1299
 3424L.01I - Requires that probationers who are detained be released immediately upon the end of their detention.
HB1312Jolly, CathyHosmer, WilliamHB 1312
 2922L.02I - Allows enhanced punishment for sexual misconduct when offender has prior conviction in another state.
HB1327Portwood, CharlesHB 1327
 3454L.01I - Allows the Department of Revenue to enter into compromise agreements on tax amounts in dispute.
HB1329Jolly, CathyHarding, MargaretHB 1329
 2923L.01I - Revises law on child victims of sex offenses.
HB1331Harding, MargaretBoucher, ArthurHB 1331
 3448L.01I - Creates crime of leaving a child unattended in a motor vehicle in the third degree.
HB1344Crump, WayneSCS HCS HB 1344 & 1944
 2838S.08C - Creates a permit process for carrying concealed firearms and requires review of certain weapons offenses for the possibility of federal prosecution.
HB1348Myers, PeterJetton, RodCCS SS#2 SCS HB 1348
 2818L.14T - Revises laws on agriculture.
HB1351Troupe, CharlesHB 1351
 3445L.01I - Increases the number of minority teaching scholarships to be made available, and increases the amount of the scholarship for certain teachers.
HB1378Treadway, JosephHB 1378
 2917L.02I - Revises the definition of the practice of chiropractic.
HB1386O'Connor, PatrickHCS HB 1386 & 1038
 3338L.02T - Revises tinted window restrictions.
HB1388Mays, CarolHB 1388
 3563L.02I - Allows municipalities that own gas plants to be fined by the Public Service Commission.
HB1389Bray, JoanHollingsworth, KatherineHB 1389
 3553L.01I - Provides additional funding for transportation purposes.
HB1402Burton, GaryMays, CarolCCS SCS HB 1402
 3417L.07T - Revises utility laws. Requires schools and libraries to restrict access to Internet pornography.
HB1406Barnett, MyronSCS HB 1406
 3380L.03T - Creates new requirements for board of regents of Northwest Missouri State University.
HB1408Purgason, ChuckBearden, CarlHB 1408
 3544L.01I - Allows persons to apply for and receive permits to carry concealed firearms under certain circumstances; creates the county sheriff's revolving fund.
HB1413Burcham, TomHB 1413
 2548L.01I - Authorizes a conveyance of state property to the St. Francois County Habitat for Humanity.
HB1425Smith, PhilipSCS HCS HB 1425
 3810S.05C - Prohibits the disclosure of nonpublic health information.
HB1435Crawford, LarryMoore, DanieHB 1435
 3672L.01I - Permits sheriffs to issue permits to carry concealed weapons and establishes the application process.
HB1439Myers, PeterBehnen, RobertHB 1439
 3184L.01I - Authorizes a tax credit for investments in certain eligible new generation cooperatives.
HB1440Wilson, VictoriaHarlan, TimothyHS HCS HB 1440
 3113L.05P - Requires health insurers to treat mental health in the same manner as other medical services.
HB1441Harlan, TimothyHB 1441
 3665L.01I - Allows members of Missouri Higher Education Savings Program Board to designate a proxy, and requires confidentiality of personally identifiable information of participants in the program.
HB1445Smith, PhilipHCS HB 1445
 3733L.03C - Exempts security plans for public buildings from the state's sunshine laws.
HB1459Reid, MichaelHB 1459
 3658L.01I - Repeals and enacts section 578.008 without any changes which created the crime of spreading disease to livestock or animals.
HB1477Farnen, TheodoreSCS HB 1477
 2767S.02T - Revises Missouri Health and Educational Facilities Act to include public community junior colleges.
HB1489Britt, PhillipMerideth, DennySCS HB 1489 & 1850
 3699S.05C - Authorizes creation of county crime reduction funds, creates the Missouri Sheriffs' Methamphetamine Relief Team, and modifies the St. Louis City Sheriff's Fund.
HB1491Shelton, O.L.Gambaro, DerioHB 1491
 3258L.01I - Expands minority teaching scholarships from one hundred to two hundred dollars; increases the amount from two thousand to three thousand dollars for special education teachers.
HB1505Treadway, JosephHB 1505
 3752L.01I - Alters the definitions that apply to limited and dual real estate agents.
HB1519Boucher, ArthurKreider, JimHB 1519
 3715L.01T - Designates April 19th of each year as "Patriots Day".
HB1559Holand, RoyHampton, MarkHB 1559
 4016L.01I - Requires restitution to the state for illegally taking deer and authorizes Conservation Commission to suspend, revoke, or deny a permit to hunt.
HB1570Koller, DonKreider, JimHCS HB 1570
 3271L.08C - Authorizes additional funding for transportation purposes.
HB1584Kreider, JimKoller, DonHB 1584
 4159L.02I - Provides funding for education and transportation purposes.
HB1589Crump, WayneKreider, JimHB 1589
 3785L.02I - Authorizes concealed firearms permits.
HB1723Boucher, ArthurKreider, JimHCS HB 1723
 3716L.05C - Creates a board responsible for licensing home inspectors.
HB1729Barnitz, FranklinJetton, RodHS HCS HB 1729, 1589 & 1435
 3786L.05P - Authorizes sheriffs to issue permits to carry concealed firearms.
HB1749Monaco, RalphHosmer, WilliamHB 1749
 4396L.01I - Creates the crimes of attempted forcible rape and sodomy and classifies the attempts and forcible rape and sodomy as class A felonies.
HB1774Crawford, LarryMoore, DanieHB 1774
 4158L.02I - Requires all state employees who have accrued more than forty hours of compensatory time to be paid for any additional compensatory hours or use the additional time as time off.
HB1788Ross, CarsonO'Connor, PatrickHB 1788
 4465L.01P - Creates a special license plate for Veterans of Foreign Wars.
HB1789Ross, CarsonO'Connor, PatrickSCS HB 1789
 4472S.02T - Creates a special license plate for former members of the Missouri General Assembly.
HB1790Reid, MichaelHolt, BruceHB 1790
 3481L.02I - Creates the crime of unlawful genetic engineering of humans.
HB1791Luetkenhaus, WilliamHB 1791
 4532L.01I - Exempts any health carrier that is certified as a Medicare+Choice organization from filing a health care access plan.
HB1792Luetkenhaus, WilliamHB 1792
 4531L.01I - Prohibits documents filed by health service corporations and health maintenance organizations from being changed 30 days after filing.
HB1793Shields, CharlesHB 1793
 4182L.01I - Revises minimum teacher salaries.
HB1794Legan, KennethBarnitz, FranklinHB 1794
 4275L.01I - Revises certain provisions of the Animal Research and Production Facilities Protection Act.
HB1795Berkowitz, SamOverschmidt, FrancisHB 1795
 4155L.01P - Authorizes conveyances of state property.
HB1796Crump, WayneHB 1796
 3847L.01I - Enacts the Nurse Licensure Compact.
HB1797Hilgemann, RobertScheve, MayHB 1797
 4498L.01I - Requires the State Treasurer to calculate interest rate based on previous year's annualized rate of return.
HB1798Hilgemann, RobertScheve, MayHB 1798
 4517L.01I - Creates a senior citizen property tax deferral.
HB1799Burton, GaryGaskill, SamuelHB 1799
 4090L.02I - Changes the names of several state colleges.
HB1800Secrest, PatriciaHanaway, CatherineHB 1800
 4431L.01I - Alters workers' compensation law to require injuries to be the dominant substantial factor for compensation to be awarded.
HB1801Gambaro, DerioMoore, DanieHB 1801
 3612L.01I - Imposes the compelling state interest test on any governmental restriction on the free exercise of religion.
HB1802Smith, PhilipHosmer, WilliamHB 1802
 4327L.01I - Expands the powers of the Administrative Hearing Commission to include any contested case either by a state agency or an affected party and adds 3 members to the commission.
HB1803Green, TimHB 1803
 4527L.01P - Requires certain members of the Credit Union Commission to be credit union representatives.
HB1804Harding, MargaretJolly, CathyHB 1804
 3893L.04I - Requires payday lenders to disclose in all advertising the maximum amount of fees and interest they are currently charging.
HB1805Ransdall, BillyBerkstresser, JudyHB 1805
 4301L.01I - Requires persons who sell funeral merchandise to register with the State Board of Embalmers and Funeral Directors as a seller or producer.
HB1806Shelton, O.L.Koller, DonHB 1806
 4220L.01I - Prohibits the transportation of hazardous materials through any highway tunnel in this state.
HB1807Hoppe, ThomasHB 1807
 3896L.01I - Changes requirements for formation of common sewer districts.
HB1808Holand, RoyHB 1808
 4247L.01I - Allows physicians to be disciplined for actions that arise out of collaborative practice agreements.
HB1809Brooks, SharonWilson, YvonneHCS HB 1809
 4250L.03P - Allows recall elections in the Kansas City school district.
HB1810Holt, BruceLuetkenhaus, WilliamHB 1810
 3388L.03I - Requires Department of Natural Resources to give preference to applications by municipalities for grants for the purpose of aiding recycling efforts.
HB1811Gambaro, DerioSCS HB 1811
 4549S.04T - Authorizes the Governor to convey property in St. Louis, Kansas City, and Cole County.
HB1812Wilson, VictoriaHB 1812
 4501L.01T - Modifies the uses of the moneys in the Health Document Services Fund.
HB1813Monaco, RalphJohnson, RickHB 1813
 4540L.01I - Clarifies duties of State Auditor in validating certain bonds.
HB1814Monaco, RalphJohnson, RickHB 1814
 4487L.01T - Modifies various provisions regarding the filing of orders of protection, including prohibiting the assessment of filing fees, court costs, or bond for orders of protection.
HB1815Scheve, MayHB 1815
 4552L.01I - Creates a Boy Scouts of America special license plate.
HB1816Selby, HaroldHB 1816
 4210L.01I - Authorizes an additional two percent sales tax on fireworks.
HB1817Franklin, J.Relford, RandallSCS HCS HB 1817
 4190L.06C - Requires the Department of Elementary and Secondary Education to identify for recognition by the Governor schools demonstrating high student achievement.
HB1818Hegeman, DanielHB 1818
 4426L.01I - Increases the annual cost-of-living allowance for public retirement systems from eighty percent to one hundred percent of the increase in the Consumer Price Index.
HB1819Scott, DelbertHB 1819
 4281L.01I - Revises the amount of excess revenues generated by fines for moving traffic violations that municipalities must send to the Department of Revenue.
HB1820Phillips, SusanHarding, MargaretHB 1820
 4547L.01I - Authorizes a one-half percent transient guest tax for tourism in certain counties.
HB1821Smith, PhilipHunter, SteveHB 1821
 4260L.01I - Creates procedures for information that can be considered when determining underwriting decisions.
HB1822Walton, JuanitaGreen, ThomasHB 1822
 4263L.01T - Provides state employees protection against discharge if called to military duty or training and sets maximum hours of military leave and designates when and how such leave may be charged.
HB1823Franklin, J.Hagan-Harrell, MaryHB 1823
 4288L.01I - Clarifies treatment of retirement payments for state retirees who are reemployed by the state.
HB1824Boucher, ArthurMonaco, RalphHB 1824
 4559L.01I - Allows records concerning sex offenders to be released in certain circumstances.
HB1825Merideth, DennyMyers, PeterHB 1825
 4442L.01I - Allows display of various documents in public schools upon certain conditions.
HB1826Hosmer, WilliamBritt, PhillipHB 1826
 4323L.01I - Specifies when an agency is to notify the Attorney General of a possible sexually violent predator and the content of that notice including that a psychiatrist or psychologist make the determination.
HB1827Cunningham, JaneOstmann, LucindaHB 1827
 4017L.01I - Provides that no branch of government shall employ an inmate or other person with a criminal record in a position where such person would have access to records containing personal identifiers.
HB1828Cunningham, JaneHilgemann, RobertHCS HB 1828
 3962L.02C - Raises the minimum amount of various school projects requiring minimum bids.
HB1829Cunningham, JaneHendrickson, CarlHB 1829
 4029L.01I - Creates the Joint Committee on Government Review to review statutes, programs, initiatives, appropriations, and government entities and functions for their validity and necessity.
HB1830Cunningham, JaneBearden, CarlHB 1830
 4345L.01I - Requires state laws to be construed in accordance with certain federal constitutional guarantees.
HB1831Cunningham, JaneHendrickson, CarlHB 1831
 4106L.01I - Expands the no-call list to include faxes and emails.
HB1832Luetkemeyer, WilliamHB 1832
 4573L.01I - Removes current requirement for property owners in proposed law enforcement district to be personally served.
HB1833Hendrickson, CarlHB 1833
 4191L.01I - Changes requirements for property assessments.
HB1834Lowe, JeneeGreen, ThomasHB 1834
 4494L.02I - Allows persons treated by emergency medical care providers, health care providers, and Good Samaritans to be tested for contagious and infectious diseases.
HB1835Treadway, JosephHB 1835
 4388L.01I - Alters licensing requirements for the Board of Geologist Registration.
HCR5Reynolds, DavidHCR 5
 3400L.01I - Urges the Governor to declare a week in September as "Deaf Awareness Week".
HCR6Jetton, RodHCR 6
 3928L.01I - Recommends a condemnation of the September 11, 2001, terrorist attacks and expresses the concerns of the House and Senate.
HCR7Boykins, AmberHCR 7
 3832L.01I - Requests federal financial assistance for emergency preparedness for each state.
HCR14Townley, MerrillHCR 14
 4471L.01I - Encourages the Animal and Plant Inspection Service of the United States Department of Agriculture to develop a permanent electronic information program to track livestock from farm to table.
HCR15O'Toole, JamesHS HCR 15
 4271L.03F - Urges Congress to enact federal legislation to protect employee retirement savings programs following the collapse of Enron.
HJR32Barry, JoanWilloughby, PhillipHJR 32
 3314L.01P - Proposes a constitutional amendment to allow school districts to pass bond issues by simple majority vote.
HJR34Farnen, TheodoreHJR 34
 2940L.01I - Proposes a constitutional amendment to require a re-elected Governor to make new appointments to agencies and commissions.
HJR35Farnen, TheodoreHJR 35
 2914L.01I - Proposes a constitutional amendment to require regular appearances of the Governor before the House of Representatives.
SB659House, TedSB 659
 2784S.01I - Revises charter school laws.
SB727Yeckel, AnitaSCS SB 727 & 703
 3035S.05T - Revises the law regarding tinted windows.
SJR23Singleton, MarvinSJR 23
 3083S.02I - Provides for joint election of candidates for Lt. Governor and Governor.
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