95th General Assembly, 2nd Regular Session
Past Activity Registers
For Actions Recorded on: February 09, 2010

BillSponsorCoSponsorBill String
 Bill Information
HB1205Schad, RodneyGatschenberger, ChuckHCS HB 1205
 3495L.04C - Changes the laws regarding public safety
HB1208Day, DavidMeadows, TimHB 1208
 3298L.01P - Adds the person designated by a military member in a United States Department of Defense form to the term next-of-kin as it relates to the right of sepulcher in final disposition of the decedent's remains
HB1242Sater, DavidWallace, MaynardHB 1242
 3069L.01I - Requires the State Highway Patrol to make available for public inquiry a registry of certain drug offenders and law enforcement to notify DNR for cleanup of hazardous substances found in investigations
HB1258Todd, TomWright, Billy PatHB 1258
 3595L.01P - Designates a portion of State Highway 53 in Butler County from the city limits of Qulin to one mile south of the city limits as the "Johnny Lee Hays Memorial Highway"
HB1310Hodges, SteveHCS HB 1310
 3153L.02P - Designates a portion of State Highway 80 in New Madrid County as the "Gene Curtis Memorial Highway"
HB1330Salva, RayHB 1330
 3864L.01P - Designates a bridge in Jackson County as the "Sergeant Charles R. Long Memorial Bridge" and a portion of U. S. Highway 24 in Jackson County as the "Harry S. Truman Memorial Highway"
HB1375Cooper, RobertSater, DavidSCS HCS HB 1375
 3591S.04T - Requires the development of a brochure regarding human papillomavirus and allows a physician to use expedited partner therapy by dispensing medications to certain persons who are not patients
HB1446Jones, TimothyFunderburk, DougSCS HCS HB 1446
 3372S.04C - Changes the laws regarding financial transactions
HB1472Franz, WardSchad, RodneyHCS#2 HB 1472
 3978L.04T - Changes the laws regarding the designation of controlled substances
HB1473Thomson, MikeSCS HCS HB 1473
 3339S.04C - Revises the grade required for renewing an Access Missouri Scholarship, combines the award categories, revises the award amounts, and specifies that the program will not be terminated
HB1518Still, MaryKelly, ChrisHB 1518
 4249L.01I - Changes the membership of the Missouri Housing Development Commission
HB1544Fisher, BarneySCS HCS HB 1544
 4246S.04T - Extends the state's eligibility to receive federal extended unemployment benefit money to provide unemployed individuals compensation beyond the current unemployment benefit period
HB1548Calloway, DonKirkton, JeanneHB 1548
 3795L.01I - Establishes the High School Sports Brain Injury Prevention Act which requires school boards to work with the Missouri State High School Activities Association to develop guidelines regarding head injuries
HB1601Nasheed, JamilahTilley, StevenHCS HB 1601
 3590L.07C - Allows the City of St. Louis to establish a municipal police force completely under the city's authority
HB1610Schoeller, ShaneHB 1610
 4362L.01I - Changes the laws regarding rates charged by natural gas corporations and assistance for eligible households through the Utilicare Program
HB1662Brown, DanMunzlinger, BrianHB 1662
 4379L.01T - Authorizes the State Veterinarian to restrict the movement of animals or birds under investigation for the presence or suspected presence of a toxin
HB1668Lampe, SaraHolsman, JasonHB 1668
 3850L.02I - Changes the designation of a portion of U. S. Highway 160 in Greene County from the "Rabbi Abraham Joshua Heschel Memorial Highway" to the "Simon Wiesenthal Memorial Highway"
HB1741Pratt, BryanHB 1741
 4526L.01T - Changes the laws regarding a meeting of a board of directors or the executive committee of a corporation
HB1745Day, DavidWebber, StephenHB 1745
 4502L.01P - Requires the State Treasurer to hold and maintain military medals until their owner or his or her heirs can be found and authorizes the Treasurer to designate an organization to be the custodian of a medal
HB1750Jones, TimothyBivins, WaltSS SCS HCS HB 1750
 4386S.08T - Requires certain incumbent local exchange telecommunications companies to reduce their composite intrastate switched exchange access rates annually for a period of three years as specified
HB1775Shively, TomHB 1775
 4635L.01P - Designates a portion of U. S. Highway 36 in Macon County as the "Missouri State Trooper William Brandt Memorial Highway"
HB1776Shively, TomHB 1776
 4292L.02P - Designates a portion of Interstate 44 in Franklin County as the "Corporal Dennis E. Engelhard Memorial Highway"
HB1893Kelly, ChrisFisher, BarneySS#2 HCS HB 1893
 3899S.06T - Changes the laws regarding the distribution of gaming funds for early childhood education and veterans' programs and requires an annual audit to be conducted on the fund accounts for three years
HB1941Parson, MikeSCS HB 1941
 4801S.02T - Designates various highways, a pedestrian and bicycle lane, and a bridge
HB1966Diehl, JohnSCS HCS HB 1966
 4527S.10C - Changes the laws regarding absent uniform services and overseas voters and elections
HB2054Meiners, KateNorr, CharlieHB 2054
 4782L.01I - Extends the income tax credit for donations to food pantries from August 28, 2011, until August 28, 2023
HB2055Silvey, RyanNolte, JerryHB 2055
 4486L.01I - Prohibits a person younger than 21 years of age, except an underage entertainer, from being allowed inside a drinking establishment
HB2056Diehl, JohnHB 2056
 4974L.01T - Requires a lien on real estate that is obtained based on a judgment or order for unpaid child support or maintenance to state only the last four digits of the obligor's Social Security number
HB2057Stream, RickHB 2057
 4971L.01I - Changes the laws regarding the authority of the MO HealthNet Division to collect payments from third-party payers
HB2058Diehl, JohnSS SCS HCS HB 2058
 4976S.14T - Establishes procedures for asserting a mechanic's lien against certain residential real property
HB2059Fisher, BarneyMunzlinger, BrianHCS HB 2059
 4750L.04C - Changes the laws regarding workers' compensation and the Second Injury Fund
HB2060Molendorp, ChrisHB 2060
 4642L.01I - Establishes the Fairness for Responsible Drivers Act which waives an uninsured motorist's right to recovery for noneconomic losses against a driver who complies with the financial responsibility law
HB2061Lampe, SaraNewman, StaceyHB 2061
 4372L.01I - Prohibits all drivers, regardless of age, from text messaging while operating a moving vehicle and prohibits persons younger than 18 years of age from using a wireless communications device while driving
HB2062Lampe, SaraMcNeil, MargoHB 2062
 3697L.01I - Prohibits elected officials of the state or any political subdivision from registering or acting as lobbyists within two years after leaving office
HB2063Kraus, WillHB 2063
 4756L.01I - Requires certain persons or affiliated industries who own, transport, or store propane, liquified petroleum gas, or compressed natural gas to report any accident to the Missouri Propane Gas Commission
HB2064Morris, JamesRoorda, JeffHB 2064
 3873L.01I - Creates the Reverend Nathaniel Cole Memorial Pursuit Reduction Grant to provide grants to urban police departments for the purchase of real-time pursuit management systems
HB2065Morris, JamesWebb, SteveHB 2065
 3874L.01I - Establishes the Prostate Cancer Pilot Program to fund screening and treatment services for prostate cancer for certain uninsured or economically challenged men
HB2066Morris, JamesWebb, SteveHB 2066
 4536L.01I - Establishes the Missouri Clean Energy Technology Center
HB2067Morris, JamesPace, SharonHB 2067
 4538L.01I - Requires each public school district, charter school, private school, and parochial school to report the number and age of each student enrolled and the number of students in each grade
HB2068Morris, JamesJones, TishauraHB 2068
 4537L.01I - Prohibits public utilities from requiring a deposit from certain delinquent customers
HB2069Morris, JamesNasheed, JamilahHB 2069
 4539L.01I - Authorizes the City of St. Louis to establish a semi-annual fee by ordinance of up to $600 to owners of certain residential or commercial structures that have been vacant for at least six months
HB2070Kelly, ChrisCCS HCS HB 2070
 4962L.05T - Changes the laws regarding joint central fire and emergency dispatching services taxes
HB2071Hummel, JacobCarter, ChrisHB 2071
 4446L.01I - Changes the interest rate charged for delinquent property taxes in the City of St. Louis
HB2072Ervin, DougKoenig, AndrewHB 2072
 4673L.02I - Establishes the criteria of health carrier programs that publicly assess and compare the quality and cost efficiency of health care providers
HB2073Faith, SallyDenison, CharlieHB 2073
 4500L.01I - Establishes special requirements for the formation of a transportation development district to operate a public mass transportation system
HB2074Munzlinger, BrianPratt, BryanHB 2074
 4903L.01I - Establishes the National Hunting and Fishing Day Sales Tax Holiday Act which authorizes an annual state sales and use tax holiday on purchases of certain hunting and fishing equipment
HB2075Webber, StephenHummel, JacobHB 2075
 3781L.01I - Requires Missouri state employees to be compensated an amount equal to the difference between their military compensation and their state salary when their military leave of absence exceeds 120 hours
HB2076Parson, MikeFisher, BarneyHB 2076
 4902L.01I - Changes the laws regarding concealed carry endorsements
HB2077Dethrow, MikeHB 2077
 4985L.01I - Specifies certain employee rights regarding labor organizations
HB2078Skaggs, TrentBringer, RachelHB 2078
 4385L.01I - Prohibits a person from possessing or drinking any alcoholic beverage in the State Capitol or on the State Capitol grounds unless authorized by a Governor's order for a special event
HB2079Low, BethNewman, StaceyHB 2079
 3648L.01I - Establishes the Paid Sick Days Act which requires employers to provide sick days with pay to employees
HB2080Kelly, ChrisCooper, RobertHB 2080
 4931L.01I - Requires each public school district to provide the name and address of the parents or guardians of a student entering the sixth grade to mail them information regarding human papillomavirus immunizations
HB2081Riddle, JeanieZerr, AnneHCS HB 2081
 4958L.03T - Specifies that a pregnant woman may use deadly force if she reasonably believes that deadly force is necessary to protect her unborn child against death, serious physical injury, or any forcible felony
HB2082Black, LindaBrown, MichaelHB 2082
 4671L.01I - Prohibits an offender in the custody of the Department of Corrections from making a false report against any department employee for the purpose of implicating an employee in a crime
HB2083Grill, JasonHB 2083
 4873L.02I - Specifies that a completed form for the voluntary acknowledgment of paternity is not a public record but allows certain specified persons to receive a copy of the form
HB2084Englund, VickiHolsman, JasonHB 2084
 4724L.01I - Establishes the Toxic Fire Retardant Prevention Act
HB2085Riddle, JeanieMunzlinger, BrianHB 2085
 4735L.01I - Prohibits the sales tax on firearms or ammunition from being levied at a higher rate than for any sales tax or other excise tax charged on sporting goods and equipment or hunting equipment
HB2086Ruzicka, DonHB 2086
 4975L.01I - Extends the expiration date from June 30, 2011, to December 31, 2011, for collection of the $0.50 fee on the sale of a lead-acid battery
HB2087Brown, DanDiehl, JohnHB 2087
 3772L.01I - Allows the Department of Revenue to issue a special event motor vehicle auction license to an applicant auctioning certain vehicles
HB2088Frame, MichaelHughes IV, LeonardHB 2088
 3925L.01I - Lowers the age at which a person can obtain a concealed carry endorsement from 23 to 21 years of age
HB2089Frame, MichaelHughes IV, LeonardHB 2089
 3926L.01I - Increases the period of time a concealed carry endorsement is valid from three years to five years from the date of issuance or renewal
HB2090Frame, MichaelHughes IV, LeonardHB 2090
 3923L.01I - Prohibits any condemning authority from acquiring by eminent domain any real property where a commercial gun shop, hunting preserve, or shooting range is located
HB2091Frame, MichaelSkaggs, TrentHB 2091
 3922L.01I - Exempts residential property owned by an individual 62 years of age or older from certain increases in assessed valuation
HB2092Frame, MichaelCasey, RonHB 2092
 3924L.02I - Establishes the Second Amendment Sales Tax Holiday which authorizes an annual state sales and use tax holiday on retail purchases of certain firearms
HB2093Frame, MichaelKander, JasonHB 2093
 3390L.01I - Authorizes a tax credit to an individual, partnership, or corporation for 100% of the salary and benefits paid to an employee while on active military duty as a member of a reserve or national guard unit
HB2094Talboy, MikeHB 2094
 4922L.01I - Requires the Governor to issue an annual proclamation designating March 31 as "Cesar E. Chavez Day"
HB2095Emery, EdHB 2095
 5004L.01I - Allows the Missouri Public Service Commission to appear and participate in any federal or state administrative, regulatory, or judicial proceeding
HCR34Icet, AllenKingery, GayleHCS HCR 34 & 35
 4497L.02P - Submits to Congress a proposed federal balanced budget amendment to the United States Constitution
HCR54Talboy, MikeHCR 54
 4923L.01I - Establishes Missouri's ratification of the Equal Rights Amendment to the United States Constitution
HJR45Gatschenberger, ChuckJones, TimothyHCS HJR 45, 69 & 70
 3311L.03C - Proposes a constitutional amendment limiting the total service in the General Assembly to 16 years in any proportion between the House of Representatives and the Senate
HJR64Cox, StanleyDavis, CynthiaSCS HCS HJR 64
 4082S.07C - Proposes a constitutional amendment changing the laws regarding elections
HJR69Roorda, JeffWebb, SteveHJR 69
 3520L.01I - Proposes a constitutional amendment limiting the total service in the General Assembly to 16 years in any proportion between the House of Representatives and the Senate
HJR70Kingery, GayleJones, TimothyHJR 70
 3910L.01I - Proposes a constitutional amendment limiting the total service in the General Assembly to 16 years in any proportion between the House of Representatives and the Senate
HJR72Smith, JasonDiehl, JohnHJR 72
 4150L.02I - Proposes a constitutional amendment establishing the same term limits for the Lieutenant Governor, Secretary of State, Attorney General, and State Auditor as for the Governor and State Treasurer
HJR93Nieves, BrianSmith, JasonHJR 93
 4369L.01I - Proposes a constitutional amendment declaring that all persons have a natural right to economic freedom
HJR94Dethrow, MikeFisher, BarneyHCS HJR 94
 4948L.02C - Proposes a constitutional amendment changing the minimum legal voter signature requirement for placing a constitutional amendment on the ballot through the initiative petition process
SB580Griesheimer, JohnHCS SS SCS SB 580
 3635L.07C - Modifies various provisions relating to political subdivisions
SCR35Stouffer, BillSCS SCR 35 & 32
 4145S.02T - Disapproves the new values for agricultural and horticultural property filed with the Secretary of State's Office on December 21, 2009, by the State Tax Commission
SCR36Schmitt, EricHCS SCR 36
 3702L.02C - Urges Congress to pass a balanced budget amendment to the United States Constitution
SCR37Schmitt, EricSCR 37
 4408S.01I - Urges Attorney General Koster to investigate the constitutionality of the Nebraska Compromise to federal health care legislation made by Senator Ben Nelson
9/29/2020 3:05:13 AM