91st General Assembly, 1st Regular Session
Past Activity Registers
For Actions Recorded on: February 07, 2001

BillSponsorCoSponsorBill String
 Bill Information
HB1Green, TimHB 1
 0001L.01T - Appropriates money to the Board of Fund Commissioners for the cost of issuing and processing State Water Pollution.
HB15Green, TimCCS SCS HCS HB 15
 0015L.04T - Appropriates money for supplemental purposes, claims for refunds, and transfer of money among certain funds.
HB38Gaskill, SamuelHB 38
 0468L.01I - Changes law regarding crimes involving alcohol.
HB48Relford, RandallHB 48
 0391L.01T - Amends various provisions relating to embalmers and funeral directors.
HB50Relford, RandallSCS HCS HB 50
 0061S.07C - Revises law on reading instruction and assessment, school report cards, urban school districts, and teachers' licenses.
HB70Koller, DonHB 70
 0576L.01P - Limits motorcycle helmet requirement to persons under twenty-one years of age.
HB88Barry, JoanBoucher, ArthurHB 88
 0082L.01I - Prohibits health insurance companies from requiring a woman to go through a primary care physician for access to an obstetrician or gynecologist.
HB90Ross, CarsonHB 90
 0587L.01I - Creates minimum jail sentences for driving without a license or with a revoked license.
HB105Johnson, ConnieBoykins, AmberHB 105
 0633L.01I - Exempts hair braiders from the licensing requirements in chapter 329.
HB166Troupe, CharlesHB 166
 0750L.01P - Expands minority teaching scholarships from one hundred to two hundred per year; increases the amount from $2000 to $3000 for special education teachers.
HB167Troupe, CharlesHB 167
 0742L.01I - Changes the amount the state will pay for institutionalization of children.
HB174Froelker, JamesHB 174
 0802L.01I - Allows certain surviving spouses of Public School Retirement System members to receive remaining benefits.
HB202Rizzo, HenrySCS HB 202
 0668S.05T - Changes procedural requirements of, increases tax ceiling for, and grants additional powers to transportation development districts.
HB204Seigfreid, JamesBerkowitz, SamHB 204
 0663L.01I - Adopts legislation authorizing toll roads, provided accompanying constitutional change is passed.
HB205Relford, RandallSCS HCS HB 205, 323 & 549
 0868S.08C - Authorizes an incentive program for forestry, extends carryover of wood energy tax credit, prohibits introduction of wild elk, increases penalties for deer poaching, and allows killing of feral hogs.
HB214Shields, CharlesHB 214
 0879L.01I - Lowers minimum age for "80 and out" retirement provisions for state employees from 50 to 48 years.
HB217Surface, CharlesHB 217
 0778L.01I - Authorizes Elks Lodge license plate.
HB218Farnen, TheodoreGraham, CharlesHB 218
 0480L.02T - Establishes lifelong learning month; makes changes to law regarding student representatives on higher education boards; establishes spinal cord injury research program at University of Missouri.
HB219Townley, MerrillRansdall, BillySCS HB 219
 0732S.03T - Amends various provisions of the fencing law.
HB236Smith, PhilipSCS HB 236
 0885S.02T - Establishes the Juvenile Information Governance Commission.
HB237Smith, PhilipHS HCS HB 237, 270, 403 & 442
 0670L.02P - Requires a roll call on votes to close meetings; penalizes negligent violations of sunshine law; increases penalties for violations of sunshine law.
HB239Smith, PhilipHCS HB 239
 0672L.04C - Enacts additional notice and hearing requirements, revises fees, and changes reclamation standards for surface mining.
HB241Smith, PhilipCCS SCS HCS HB 241
 0639S.05T - Revises the Principal and Income Act applicable to trusts and estates.
HB246Smith, PhilipHB 246
 0968L.01I - Provides authority to combat technological crimes.
HB257Wagner, HowardHB 257
 0876L.01I - Increases multiplier rate for state retirees.
HB260Kennedy, HarryHaywood, EstherHB 260
 0412L.01I - Increases the salary and benefits of certain police officers and their beneficiaries in the City of St. Louis.
HB262Linton, WilliamPhillips, SusanHB 262
 0648L.01I - Revises law on the privacy of elementary and secondary student records, regulates disclosure of higher education disciplinary actions, and revises marriage law.
HB266Treadway, JosephHB 266
 0613L.01T - Adds a new provision relating to commissions for real estate brokers.
HB270Legan, KennethChampion, NormaHB 270
 0760L.01I - Requires roll-call votes for all substantive issues at all public meetings.
HB288Campbell, MarshaHB 288
 0083L.02I - Exempts design-build contractors from certain certificate of registration and certificate of authority requirements.
HB302Hosmer, WilliamSkaggs, BillyCCS#2 SCS HCS HB 302 & 38
 0265L.15T - Lowers the blood alcohol content level necessary for a conviction of driving with excessive blood alcohol content from .10 to .08.
HB307Wiggins, GaryMyers, PeterHCS HB 307
 0594L.04C - Expands the authority of soil and water conservation subdistrict board members and amends the requirements for being a subdistrict board member.
HB323Crump, WayneRansdall, BillyHB 323
 1097L.01I - Permits roaming wild hogs to be killed by property owners.
HB324Hollingsworth, KatherineHanaway, CatherineHB 324
 0947L.01I - Outlaws bestiality.
HB328Harlan, TimothyHanaway, CatherineSS#2 SCS HS HCS HB 328 & 88
 0691S.07T - Amends various provisions regarding managed care.
HB334Davis, DahlmanSeigfreid, JamesHCS HB 334
 0804L.02P - Makes the "recalculated levy" for school districts permanent.
HB337Ross, CarsonBarnett, MyronHB 337
 0588L.01I - Makes several revisions to alcohol-related offenses, and creates crime of recklessly contributing to an accident.
HB351Hosmer, WilliamHB 351
 0246L.01I - Promotes higher education community service learning programs.
HB377Fraser, BarbaraHB 377
 0285L.01I - Increases from 60 to 75 the number of days a retired teacher may work for the school system on a part-time or temporary basis.
HB385Franklin, J.SCS HB 385
 1117S.09C - Revises school retirement systems.
HB386Franklin, J.HB 386
 1118L.01I - Authorizes the Public School Retirement System to establish certain benefit plans.
HB393O'Toole, JamesHB 393
 1157L.01I - Requires licensing of termite inspectors who perform inspections for real estate transactions.
HB394O'Toole, JamesHB 394
 1221L.01I - Expands responsibility of the St. Louis Board of Police Commissioners.
HB395Skaggs, BillyHB 395
 1256L.01I - Provides for charter school employees retirement benefits.
HB463Overschmidt, FrancisLawson, MauriceHB 463
 1347L.01I - Amends the Tourism Supplemental Revenue Fund.
HB549Holand, RoyHampton, MarkHB 549
 1434L.01I - Requires persons who illegally kill a deer to pay restitution to the state.
HB567Treadway, JosephCCS SS SCS HCS HB 567
 1484L.12T - Makes various changes to different boards supervised by the Division of Professional Registration.
HB568Treadway, JosephHB 568
 1483L.01I - Amends various provisions regarding professional registration.
HB613Luetkenhaus, WilliamHB 613
 1063L.01I - Allows fourth class cities in counties of the first classification to participate in the state weed and grass control program.
HB648Ostmann, LucindaDolan, JonathanSCS HB 648,HB 477 & HB 805
 1664S.07T - Creates an alternative method of obtaining temporary driving permit.
HB649Shields, CharlesHB 649
 1502L.01I - Authorizes school districts to adopt a voter-approved supplemental income tax for the purpose of reducing reliance on property taxes to sustain the school or schools of the school district.
HB650Shields, CharlesHB 650
 1482L.01I - Makes various changes regarding the sheltered workshop laws.
HB651Robirds, EstelSchwab, DavidHB 651
 1468L.01I - Limits parental liability for the damages caused by the acts of seventeen year old children.
HB652Robirds, EstelKing, JerryHB 652
 1469L.01I - Requires candidates for offices requiring bonds to show proof of ability to obtain the bond prior to filing as a candidate for such office.
HB653Robirds, EstelHB 653
 1470L.01I - Requires applicants for unemployment insurance benefits to submit to drug test.
HB654Reid, MichaelHB 654
 1724L.01I - Revises driver's license point system.
HB655Marble, GaryBartelsmeyer, LindaHB 655
 1629L.01I - Allows second class counties to collect a fee of one-fourth of one percent on current taxes collected.
HB656Campbell, MarshaBaker, LanaHB 656
 0282L.02I - Transfers the Office of State Ombudsman from the Division of Aging to the Office of Lieutenant Governor.
HB657Reid, MichaelHB 657
 1725L.01I - Provides liquidated compensatory damages for certain personal injuries.
HB658Hagan-Harrell, MaryHB 658
 1556L.01I - Allows for optional year-round school calendars.
HB659Hagan-Harrell, MaryHB 659
 1673L.01I - Allows former members of the General Assembly to be appointed special consultants on retirement matters.
HB660Hagan-Harrell, MarySCS HCS HB 660
 1149S.06T - Revises public school retirement systems.
HB661Wagner, HowardHB 661
 1750L.01I - Repeals obsolete labor law and updates and reorganizes existing sections concerning the Department of Labor and Industrial Relations.
HB662Green, TimSt. Onge, NealSCS HB 662
 1623S.02C - Regulates retainage payments in certain private building contracts.
HB663Kennedy, HarryLuetkenhaus, WilliamHCS HB 663 & 375
 0316L.04C - Creates a state income tax credit for contributions to unplanned pregnancy resource centers and to sexual violence crisis service centers.
HB664Skaggs, BillyHB 664
 1656L.01T - Makes changes to charitable gift annuities provisions.
HB665Shields, CharlesNaeger, PatrickHB 665
 1491L.01I - Immunizes teachers in public schools from tort liability for reporting violent acts of students.
HB666Shields, CharlesNaeger, PatrickHB 666
 1488L.01I - Creates the Kansas City Education Renewal Commission.
HB667Shields, CharlesNaeger, PatrickHB 667
 0628L.01I - Creates an income tax credit for up to two hundred and fifty dollars of a public school teacher's out-of-pocket expenditures for classroom materials.
HB668Shields, CharlesNaeger, PatrickHB 668
 1493L.01I - Increases minimum teachers' salaries.
HB669Shields, CharlesNaeger, PatrickHB 669
 1490L.01I - Allows waiver school districts to be created in any accredited school district.
HB670Campbell, MarshaHoland, RoyHB 670
 1392L.01I - Regulates the use of portable telecommunications devices while operating a motor vehicle.
HB671Hagan-Harrell, MaryHB 671
 1011L.01I - Increases from the current 80% to 100% the cost of living adjustment for state retirement benefits.
HB672Hagan-Harrell, MaryHB 672
 1010L.01I - Increases to 1.7% the annuity factor for certain state retirement systems.
HB673Liese, ChrisHB 673
 1531L.01I - Regulates the sales of life settlements.
HB674Hagan-Harrell, MaryHB 674
 1672L.01I - Allows former members of the General Assembly to be appointed special consultants on retirement matters.
HB675Richardson, MarkHB 675
 1771L.01I - Regulates deferred presentment services.
HB676Mays, CarolHB 676
 1283L.01I - Regulates the transfer of utility generation assets; amends utility taxation and rate laws.
HB677Monaco, RalphLograsso, DonaldHB 677
 1130L.02I - Revises Article 9 of the Uniform Commercial Code, concerning secured transactions.
HB678Seigfreid, JamesSCS HB 678
 0952S.02C - Amends laws governing lobbyists, the Missouri Ethics Commission, and campaign finance disclosure.
HB679Boykins, AmberHB 679
 1685L.01T - Allows state employees to take a leave of absence to serve as a bone marrow or human organ donor.
HB680Skaggs, BillyHB 680
 1726L.01I - Creates a zero expenditure minimum for new services for purposes of the certificate of need laws.
HB681Skaggs, BillyHB 681
 1670L.01I - Authorizes "Hearing Impaired Kids Endowment Fund, Inc." license plate.
HB682Wiggins, GaryReid, MichaelHB 682
 1002L.01I - Creates a state income tax deduction for individuals in an amount equal to one hundred percent of health insurance premiums.
HB683Boykins, AmberBarry, JoanHB 683
 0710L.01I - Disseminates information to, and enacts protections for, college students regarding consumer credit and merchandising.
HB684Kennedy, HarryBonner, DennisHB 684
 1736L.01I - Revises amateur radio license plate law.
HB685Bray, JoanJohnson, ConnieHB 685
 1570L.01I - Revises transportation laws.
HB686Fraser, BarbaraBerkowitz, SamHB 686
 1424L.01I - Establishes a compelling state interest test for restrictions on free exercise of religion.
HB687Hilgemann, RobertVilla, ThomasHB 687
 1655L.01I - Authorizes window decal registration renewal tabs for motor vehicles.
HB688Harlan, TimothyShields, CharlesHB 688
 1458L.01I - Makes various changes to the health insurance pool.
HB689Hoppe, ThomasLograsso, DonaldHB 689
 1422L.02I - Authorizes fire protection districts to impose a voter-approved sales tax which shall result in a property tax reduction.
HB690Harding, MargaretKelly, GlendaHB 690
 1632L.02I - Enacts procedures relating to the exposure of humans to rabies or zoonotic diseases and requires the registration of primate animals.
HB691Barnett, MyronKelly, GarySCS HB 691
 1653S.02T - Makes notice of reregistration of motor vehicles mandatory.
HB692O'Connor, PatrickHB 692
 1765L.01I - Authorizes Fraternal Order of Police license plate.
HB693Smith, PhilipCarnahan, RussSCS HB 693
 1675S.04T - Amends various provisions relating to the Administrative Hearing Commission.
HB694Berkstresser, JudyHB 694
 0284L.01I - Authorizes Taney, Stone, Barry and Ozark counties to enact a sales tax to fund county economic development programs.
HB695Shoemyer, WesPhillips, SusanHB 695
 1485L.02I - Revises the licensing and regulatory scheme for dentists and dental hygienists.
HB696Monaco, RalphLograsso, DonaldHB 696
 1569L.01I - Changes the county political party committee district structure in Jackson County.
HB697Treadway, JosephHB 697
 1850L.01I - Requires the Ethics Commission to immediately notify persons against whom a complaint has been filed.
HCR13Shoemyer, WesHCR 13
 1401L.01I - Urges Congress to consent to the Southern Dairy Compact.
HCR14Koller, DonHCR 14
 1637L.01I - Urges Congress to support the Railroad Retirement and Survivors Improvement Act.
HCR16Green, ThomasHolt, BruceHCR 16
 1775L.01I - Urges the Environmental Protection Agency to provide the St. Louis area with the promised time to meet the ozone standards for air quality.
HCR17Purgason, ChuckHCR 17
 1466L.01I - Urges the Forest Service to withdraw its proposal to set aside 100,000 acres of national forest for the Indiana bat.
HJR1Ward, DanielHJR 1
 0236L.01I - Proposes a constitutional amendment to change legislative term limits from 8 years to 12 years.
HJR8Walton, JuanitaJohnson, ConnieHJR 8
 0503L.01I - Proposes a constitutional amendment to change legislative term limits.
HJR13Shields, CharlesHJR 13
 1503L.01I - Proposes a constitutional amendment specifying appointment of Highways and Transportation Commission members.
SB136Wiggins, HarryHCS SCS SB 136
 0550L.03C - Modifies membership and duties of the Organ Donation Advisory Committee and allows incresed contributions to organ donation programs.
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