94th General Assembly, 2nd Regular Session
Past Activity Registers
For Actions Recorded on: February 07, 2008

BillSponsorCoSponsorBill String
 Bill Information
HB1305Day, DavidPearce, DavidSCS HCS HB 1305
 3147S.04C - Allows individual school districts to exempt high school students transferring into the state from the requirement to pass certain government and constitution course and test requirements
HB1310Hoskins, TheodoreHB 1310
 3340L.01P - Requires independent candidates to file declarations of candidacy and petitions for nomination by the same deadlines established for other candidates
HB1311Hoskins, TheodoreSCS HB 1311
 3341S.02T - Prohibits any person who is in arrears for any unpaid city taxes or municipal-user fees from filing a declaration of intent to be a write-in candidate for election to any municipal office
HB1320Brown, MichaelHB 1320
 3152L.01P - Authorizes community improvement districts that are political subdivisions to sponsor and operate a polytechnic institute for science and technology within the authorizing city or county
HB1333Sater, DavidWallace, MaynardHB 1333
 3038L.01I - Increases the amount that may be recovered through civil action from a landowner who knowingly allows certain noxious weeds to grow on his or her property
HB1370Kraus, WillHB 1370
 3159L.01I - Exempts real property owned by individuals 65 years of age or older with certain levels of income from increases in assessed valuation
HB1411Darrough, BruceHodges, SteveHB 1411
 3774L.01I - Changes the crime of unlawful possession of a concealable firearm to unlawful possession of a firearm
HB1418Portwood, CharlesHB 1418
 3798L.01I - Removes the gross negligence exception from liability for members of the State Board of Chiropractic Examiners for any acts committed in the performance of their official duties
HB1483Wells, DonPollock, DarrellHB 1483
 3662L.01I - Designates spotted knapweed and sericea lespedeza as noxious weeds
HB1523Franz, WardHB 1523
 3141L.01I - Authorizes an income tax credit for firefighters who complete certain hours of annual training
HB1533Davis, CynthiaHB 1533
 4016L.01I - Creates an affirmative defense for a person operating a motorcycle who enters or crosses an intersection controlled by a traffic signal against a red light under certain circumstances
HB1598Sater, DavidRuestman, MarilynHB 1598
 4182L.01I - Authorizes a state and local sales and use tax exemption for over-the-counter or nonprescription drugs
HB1609Cooper, RobertSchad, RodneyHB 1609
 3914L.01I - Requires the establishment of emergency triage guidelines for care and the Emergency Triage Guidelines for Care Task Force
HB1628Cooper, ShannonHB 1628
 4075L.01T - Authorizes an exemption from the alternative fuel decal requirements and the tax imposed on motor fuel for historical vehicles powered by liquid petroleum or natural gas
HB1643Onder, BobLipke, ScottHB 1643
 4157L.01I - Repeals the provision allowing a person holding a ministerial or tocological certification to provide services related to pregnancy
HB1646Viebrock, JamesHB 1646
 3712L.01I - Designates the Table Rock Lake Bridge on Highway 39 in Shell Knob as the "State Senator Larry Gene Taylor Memorial Bridge"
HB1647Viebrock, JamesHB 1647
 3715L.01I - Makes the use of an electronic recording device in a polling place an election offense
HB1648Viebrock, JamesHB 1648
 3714L.01I - Changes the laws regarding the impoundment of an animal suspected of being neglected or abused
HB1649Franz, WardNieves, BrianHCS HB 1649
 3140L.02P - Restricts the driver's license of a registered sexual offender to no more than one year and revokes the license if the offender fails to register as required by law
HB1658Dethrow, MikeDay, DavidHB 1658
 3039L.01I - Authorizes a state and local sales and use tax exemption for fencing materials used for agricultural purposes
HB1670Cooper, ShannonHB 1670
 3961L.02T - Removes the requirement for certification by the Department of Natural Resources before a sales and use tax exemption applies to the purchase or lease of certain items used to monitor water and air pollution
HB1678Day, DavidPearce, DavidSS HB 1678
 4102S.02T - Changes the laws regarding members of the military and their families
HB1679Meiners, KateOxford, Jeanette MottHB 1679
 3479L.01I - Specifies that the purchase price for calculating the sales tax of a motor vehicle excludes the cost to modify the vehicle for use by an individual with a disability
HB1691Wilson, KevinHB 1691
 4342L.01I - Authorizes Missouri to enter into the Interstate Insurance Product Regulation Compact
HB1700Wasson, JaySCS HCS HB 1700
 4262S.05C - Changes the laws regarding the licensure or registration of certain professionals in the Division of Professional Registration and the Missouri Public Service Commission
HB1703Bruns, MarkDusenberg, GaryHB 1703
 4192L.01I - Revises the laws regarding prior, persistent, aggravated, and chronic intoxication-related traffic offenders and requires continuous alcohol monitoring as a condition of parole or probation for some offenders
HB1715Schad, RodneyCooper, RobertSCS HCS HB 1715
 4105S.05T - Changes the laws regarding watercraft and intoxication-related traffic offenses
HB1723Franz, WardHCS HB 1723
 4509L.04C - Allows certain first and second classification counties to collect property taxes using electronic records and disbursements
HB1766Wildberger, EdLowe, JeneeHB 1766
 3934L.01I - Requires counties to accept quarterly payments of real and personal property taxes
HB1773Funderburk, DougSater, DavidHB 1773
 4058L.01P - Authorizes an income tax dependency exemption for a stillborn child for the taxable year in which the child was born
HB1775Thomson, MikePearce, DavidHB 1775
 4557L.01I - Authorizes state college and university police officers to enforce traffic regulations on college or university property
HB1776Talboy, MikeZimmerman, JakeHB 1776
 3167L.01I - Prohibits discrimination based upon a person's sexual orientation
HB1782Tilley, StevenHB 1782
 4566L.01I - Changes the laws regarding levee and drainage districts
HB1787Thomson, MikeCunningham, MikeHB 1787
 4604L.01I - Repeals obsolete provisions regarding workplace safety and health
HB1793Cooper, RobertStevenson, BryanHB 1793
 4330L.01I - Establishes the State Board of Health and Senior Services to advise the Department of Health and Senior Services and abolishes the State Board of Health and the State Board of Senior Services
HB1797Viebrock, JamesQuinn, JohnHB 1797
 4617L.01I - Allows the owner of an aging equine to deliver the animal to any nonpublic animal shelter or rescue ranch for proper disposal or the humane termination of life
HB1802Wilson, KevinKingery, GayleHCS HB 1802
 4132L.02C - Specifies that the appeal of a ruling on student eligibility for extracurricular activities by certain schools may bypass the administrative hearing process in certain instances
HB1806Schaaf, RobMcGhee, MikeHB 1806
 4349L.01I - Limits the Certificate of Need Program to long-term care facilities
HB1810Cooper, ShannonSkaggs, TrentHB 1810
 4268L.01I - Changes the laws regarding sales and use, property, and motor fuel taxes
HB1824Schlottach, CharlesQuinn, JohnHB 1824
 4659L.01P - Designates the ice cream cone as the official state dessert
HB1832Cooper, ShannonScharnhorst, DwightSS SCS HB 1832
 4220S.07F - Establishes the Missouri County Planning Act
HB1836Flook, TimBrown, JasonHCS HB 1836
 4519L.02C - Specifies the true value for assessment purposes of possessory interests in property on or adjacent to certain commercial airports and authorizes a tax credit for expenses to improve certain stock
HB1849Pratt, BryanCurls, ShalonnHB 1849
 4013L.01T - Changes the laws governing municipal zoning violation remedies
HB1850Pratt, BryanYates, BrianHB 1850
 4168L.01I - Establishes the Asbestos and Silica Claims Priorities Act
HB1869Wilson, KevinRuestman, MarilynHB 1869
 3675L.01T - Requires the Missouri Revisor of Statutes to change all references of the term "junior college" to "community college" in the Revised Statutes of Missouri
HB1884Dethrow, MikeSchlottach, CharlesHCS HB 1884
 4704L.08C - Changes the laws regarding agricultural programs
HB1886Scharnhorst, DwightSelf, TomHCS#2 HB 1886
 4675L.04C - Establishes Bryce's Law which authorizes a tax credit for individuals who donate to a scholarship-granting organization if the donation is not claimed on their federal income tax return
HB1887Parson, MikeHB 1887
 4720L.01T - Designates a portion of State Highway 13 in Polk County as the "Rick Seiner Memorial Highway"
HB1893Scharnhorst, DwightHCS HB 1893
 4718L.02T - Changes the formula for calculating a refund for credit insurance premiums
HB1923Jones, KennyPratt, BryanHB 1923
 4536L.01P - Changes the laws regarding the requirements for corporate filings
HB1945Franz, WardHB 1945
 4829L.01I - Requires employers with 25 or more employees to transfer any child support payments withheld from employees to the Family Support Payment Center by electronic transfer
HB1946Franz, WardSCS HB 1946
 4828S.02T - Changes the requirements regarding the granting of adoption subsidies and exempts certain neighborhood youth development programs from state child care licensing requirements
HB1951Cooper, ShannonHB 1951
 4853L.01I - Makes the holding period for not-for-profit and for-profit corporate name reservations uniform by limiting the total duration for which a not-for-profit corporate name can be reserved to 180 days
HB1970Wasson, JayHB 1970
 4737L.01T - Prohibits a person from initiating a civil action against any licensed motor vehicle dealer with whom the person did not directly and personally negotiate or communicate
HB1972Franz, WardSCS HB 1972
 4886S.02C - Prohibits any additional nonprofit educational associations or organizations from becoming members of the Public School Retirement System or the Public Education Employee Retirement System
HB1973Franz, WardSCS HB 1973
 4885S.02C - Allows the Public School Retirement System of Missouri and the Public Education Employee Retirement System to protect and indemnify any trustee or employee under certain conditions
HB1983Pratt, BryanSCS HB 1983
 4780S.03C - Allows for the conversion of other entities to domestic corporations and the conversion of domestic corporations to other entities
HB1996Pratt, BryanHB 1996
 4738L.01I - Prohibits insurers from assigning a percentage of fault to a party based solely upon the fact that the party was operating a motorcycle in an otherwise legal manner
HB1997Jones, KennyHB 1997
 4758L.01I - Establishes the Law Enforcement Safety Act which allows certain information on law enforcement officers to remain confidential unless the information is used in a criminal investigation
HB1998Johnson, ConnieSchieffer, EdHB 1998
 4726L.01I - Changes the laws regarding adoption records
HB1999McGhee, MikeAull, JoeHB 1999
 4242L.01I - Requires certain wrecker and towing services to be licensed and requires the Department of Public Safety to place a licensed wrecker or towing service on the State Highway Patrol's rotation log
HB2000McGhee, MikeHB 2000
 4845L.01I - Establishes minimum ambulance staffing requirements in the counties of Lafayette and Saline
HB2019Icet, AllenHB 2019
 3019L.01T - Appropriates money for supplemental purposes for the University of Missouri, for the purchase of equipment, planning, expenses for capital improvements, from funds designated for period ending 5-30-08
HB2020Icet, AllenSS SCS HB 2020
 3020S.03T - Appropriates money for supplemental purposes for the several departments and offices of state government,for the purchase of equipment,planning,expenses for the fiscal period ending 5-30-2008
HB2026Emery, EdRuestman, MarilynHB 2026
 4951L.01I - Regulates sexually oriented businesses
HB2027Baker, BrianScavuzzo, LukeHB 2027
 4754L.01I - Authorizes the regulation of quarries in fourth class cities for sanitary purposes
HB2028Denison, CharlieFranz, WardHB 2028
 4678L.01I - Requires health care and mental health professionals to eliminate any known physical illness that could be causing weight loss in a patient prior to making a diagnosis of anorexia nervosa
HB2029Muschany, T.Pratt, BryanHB 2029
 4438L.01I - Establishes the Legislative Budget Office within the Joint Committee on Legislative Research
HB2030Lowe, JeneeChappelle-Nadal, MariaHB 2030
 3760L.01I - Establishes the Public Employment Relations Act which changes the laws regarding public employee labor organizations
HB2031Nasheed, JamilahHoskins, TheodoreHB 2031
 3767L.02I - Authorizes the expungement of certain criminal records
HB2032Young, TerryDougherty, CurtHB 2032
 4837L.02I - Renames the Division of Mental Retardation and Developmental Disabilities within the Department of Mental Health to the Division of Developmental Disabilities
HB2033Page, SamHB 2033
 4955L.01I - Establishes the Drug Monitoring Act and changes the laws regarding drugs and controlled substances
HB2034Munzlinger, BrianSander, ThereseSCS HCS HB 2034
 4708S.08T - Changes the laws regarding weapons
HB2035Robb, EdSater, DavidHB 2035
 4762L.01I - Repeals the requirement that owners of rental and leasing facilities provide personal property lists of the property located at their facilities to the county assessor where the properties are located
HB2036Nance, BobSmith, JoeHCS HB 2036
 4571L.02T - Requires the Department of Health and Senior Services to equitably distribute to each area agency on aging any additional funds appropriated by the General Assembly for certain elderly services
HB2037St. Onge, NealHB 2037
 4924L.02I - Repeals the provisions authorizing the creation of new special license plates and requires organizations seeking special plates to first obtain approval from the General Assembly
HB2038Hunter, SteveHB 2038
 4355L.01I - Requires cities in St. Louis County to reimburse fire protection districts for property annexed by the city and to provide fire protection to the annexed area
HB2039Munzlinger, BrianDougherty, CurtHB 2039
 4730L.01I - Creates the crime of removing an electronic or radio transmitting collar from a dog without the permission of the dog's owner with the intent to prevent or hinder the owner from locating the dog
HB2040Jetton, RodKingery, GayleHCS HB 2040 & 2430
 3926L.05C - Changes the laws regarding elementary and secondary education
HB2041Fisher, BarneySCS HCS HB 2041
 4500S.04T - Changes the laws regarding employment
HB2042Hughes IV, LeonardBurnett, JohnHB 2042
 4931L.01I - Authorizes, upon voter approval, an increase in the fee charged for recorded instruments by the county recorder of deeds from $3 to $10 to fund assistance programs for the homeless
HB2043Cooper, ShannonHB 2043
 4855L.01I - Requires certain growth in gaming proceeds to be transferred to an education fund, requires gambling boat licensees to pay an additional education allowance, and removes the maximum loss limit
HB2044Baker, JudyHB 2044
 4427L.03I - Designates a portion of State Route WW in Boone County as the "Carl Edwards Drive"
HB2045Baker, JudyHB 2045
 4465L.01I - Authorizes counties to impose, upon voter approval, a sales tax to fund county purchases of easements for farmland or natural land preservation
HB2046Baker, JudyDay, DavidHB 2046
 4794L.01I - Requires school districts to offer a driver's education course to students 15 years of age or older and allows certain students who complete the course to apply for a license at 17 years of age
HB2047Curls, ShalonnCooper, ShannonSCS HB 2047
 4783S.02T - Changes the laws regarding certain cities' power to grade streets and increases the rate of a special road rock fund tax in certain counties
HB2048Zimmerman, JakeSchoemehl, SueSCS HCS HB 2048
 4627S.03T - Establishes the Textbook Transparency Act
HB2049Skaggs, TrentTalboy, MikeHB 2049
 4965L.01I - Establishes a task force to develop guidelines for eyewitness evidence in criminal investigations
HB2050Aull, JoeCorcoran, MichaelHB 2050
 4930L.01I - Creates an alternative way of calculating the state adequacy target for school funding
HB2051Kelly, VanMoore, DanieHB 2051
 4994L.01P - Authorizes the Director of the Department of Corrections to serve as the acting Chairman of the Board of Probation and Parole or to appoint a board member to the position until the Governor appoints someone
HB2052El-Amin, TalibdinHB 2052
 4676L.01I - Creates a new classification of cosmetology licenses for hair braiders
HB2053Jones, KennyMunzlinger, BrianHB 2053
 4928L.01I - Removes the duty to retreat from certain locations when a person reasonably believes deadly force is necessary to defend himself or another person from unlawful force by another person
HB2054Jones, KennyHB 2054
 4973L.01I - Authorizes jailers to serve civil process and arrest warrants, carry firearms when necessary, and have the same powers as any other law enforcement officers to apprehend escaped prisoners
HB2055Viebrock, JamesHB 2055
 4916L.01P - Removes certain limitations from investments made by boards of trustees of police and firemen's retirement systems
HB2056Viebrock, JamesHB 2056
 4887L.02I - Changes the laws regarding the investment of funds for the Public School Retirement System of Missouri and the Public Education Employee Retirement System of Missouri
HB2057Parson, MikeRucker, MartinHB 2057
 4757L.01I - Requires home inspectors to be licensed by the Division of Professional Registration within the Department of Insurance, Financial Institutions, and Professional Registration
HB2058Pearce, DavidRichard, RonSS SCS HCS HB 2058
 4495S.16T - Changes the laws regarding tax incentives for business development
HB2059Wilson, KevinWilson, LarryHCS HB 2059
 3324L.02P - Establishes the Professional Relationships Between Teachers and School Districts Act
HB2060Deeken, BillDougherty, CurtHCS HB 2060
 4801L.03P - Authorizes minimum amounts of compensation for certain corrections employees subject to appropriations
HB2061Holsman, JasonGrill, JasonHB 2061
 3307L.01I - Establishes provisions regarding the recycling of containers
HB2062Pearce, DavidWitte, TerrySCS HCS HB 2062 & 1518
 4411S.06C - Changes the laws regarding members of the military and their families
HB2063Walton, JuanitaHB 2063
 3805L.01I - Allows certain organizations who sell intoxicating liquor by the drink on the premises to obtain a special license to remain open until 3:00 a.m. and to open on Sundays at 8:00 a.m.
HB2064Wasson, JayHCS HB 2064
 4862L.02P - Allows pharmacy technicians to have up to 30 days to renew their registration after expiration and authorizes the State Board of Pharmacy to issue certain cease and desist orders
HB2065Wasson, JaySCS HB 2065
 4864S.02T - Repeals the reciprocity provision for a licensed or certified psychologist in another state and allows for the destruction of the records of meritless claims against psychologists by certain persons
HB2066Wasson, JayHB 2066
 4912L.01I - Requires the Department of Health and Senior Services to establish a schedule of fees for architectural plan reviews of construction documents for certain health facilities
HB2067Wasson, JayHB 2067
 4910L.01I - Changes the laws regarding the recording requirements for complaints against a child care facility
HB2068Wasson, JayHCS HB 2068
 4863L.03P - Changes the laws regarding the licensure of physical therapists and physical therapy assistants
HB2069Casey, RonScharnhorst, DwightHB 2069
 3898L.01I - Establishes a statewide curfew for minors
HB2070Casey, RonFrame, MichaelHB 2070
 4723L.01I - Prohibits certain sexual offenders from being on school property or attending school activities without the consent of the principal or head administrator
HB2071Casey, RonFrame, MichaelHB 2071
 4724L.01I - Exempts residential property owned by taxpayers 62 years of age or older from certain increases in assessed valuation
HB2072Loehner, TomHB 2072
 4929L.01I - Eliminates the in-lieu watercraft tax for all boats and vessels except barges and tugboats documented with the United States Coast Guard and makes the owner liable for any state and local sales or use tax
HB2073Grisamore, JeffPratt, BryanHB 2073
 4714L.01I - Requires the State Highway Patrol to collect any online identifiers used by a registered sexual offender and allows certain businesses to use the data to check for a match with a registered offender
HB2074Grisamore, JeffPratt, BryanHB 2074
 4740L.01I - Allows grant money distributed by the Department of Public Safety to investigate Internet sex crimes against children to be used to also fund training for prosecuting and circuit attorneys
HB2075Grisamore, JeffPratt, BryanHB 2075
 4716L.02I - Establishes the Missouri Commission on Autism Spectrum Disorders
HB2076Grisamore, JeffPortwood, CharlesHB 2076
 4715L.01I - Renames the Division of Mental Retardation and Developmental Disabilities within the Department of Mental Health to the Division of Developmental Disabilities
HCR4Wright, Billy PatSalva, RayHCR 4
 4204L.01I - Requests the U.S. Department of Agriculture to add June 1st and September 1st as additional rice reporting dates on the Agricultural Statistics Board calendar
HCR21Smith, JoeNance, BobHCS HCR 21
 4573L.03C - Supports the Department of Health and Senior Services' efforts to reform the current funding formula for the senior nutrition program to more effectively meet the needs of seniors
HJR42Davis, CynthiaDusenberg, GaryHJR 42
 3273L.02I - Proposes a constitutional amendment freezing all real property valuations and tax rates until the sale or transfer of the property or a voter-approved rate increase
HJR63Dethrow, MikeBrown, JasonHJR 63
 4451L.01I - Proposes a constitutional amendment requiring a four-sevenths majority for voter approval of initiative petitions relating to harvesting bird, fish, game, wildlife, or forestry resources
HJR65Icet, AllenSt. Onge, NealHJR 65
 4295L.03I - Proposes a constitutional amendment limiting an individual's real property tax to the current amount with an allowance for increases in the federal Consumer Price Index
HJR66Walton, JuanitaLembke, JimHJR 66
 3326L.01I - Proposes a constitutional amendment changing the qualifications and process for selecting judges
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