92nd General Assembly, 1st Regular Session
Past Activity Registers
For Actions Recorded on: February 10, 2003

BillSponsorCoSponsorBill String
 Bill Information
HB74St. Onge, NealHanaway, CatherineHB 74
 0403L.01P - Requires Indian tribes acting as employers to contribute to the Unemployment Compensation Trust Fund.
HB122Johnson, RobertHCS HB 122 & 80
 0774L.02P - Changes the Kansas City public mass transportation system sales tax expiration date and expenditures.
HB166Baker, BrianHCS HB 166
 0761L.03T - Changes incorporation and annexation procedures for certain area in Cass County.
HB181Seigfreid, JamesSmith, ToddHCS HB 181
 0535L.03T - Authorizes a transient guest tax in the cities of Sweet Springs and Marshall.
HB402Wallace, MaynardDavis, DahlmanHB 402
 1438L.02I - Adjusts the allocation of funds to the professional development committee in order to be eligible for state aid.
HB403Rector, RexStevenson, BryanHB 403
 1137L.02I - Allows for recovery of certain purchased energy costs by electrical corporations.
HB404Rector, RexStevenson, BryanHS HCS HB 404, 324, 403, 344, 426 & 541
 1436L.06P - Revises utilities laws.
HB405Burnett, JohnYoung, TerryHB 405
 1421L.01I - Requires assessors to use the value in use approach when assessing personal property for business use.
HB406Johnson, RickHarris, BelindaHB 406
 0819L.02I - Modifies the admissibility of statements made by children under fourteen years of age.
HB407Smith, ToddHampton, MarkHB 407
 1504L.01I - Changes the intensive long-term treatment program by adding alcohol treatment and changing the duration of the program and revises the rules concerning 120 day release from prison.
HB408Bivins, WaltPortwood, CharlesHB 408
 1075L.01I - Raises the age of victim in statutory sexual offenses to sixteen years of age.
HB409Jolly, CathyDarrough, BruceHB 409
 1459L.01I - Changes the requirements for claiming and reporting on economic incentive programs.
HB410Schaaf, RobLowe, JeneeHCS HB 410
 1506L.02P - Modifies various provisions of the substance abuse traffic offender program.
HB411Lipke, ScottGoodman, JackHB 411
 1066L.01I - Revises the sentencing provisions of the crime of driving while revoked by removing the requirement that on previous offenses the offender must have received and served a sentence of 10 days or more.
HB412Goodman, JackWasson, JayCCS SS HB 412
 0561S.01P - Revises lobbying and campaign finance laws.
HB413Mayer, RobertLipke, ScottHB 413
 1063L.01I - Revises resisting arrest statute to include resisting detentions or stops by fleeing in a manner that creates a substantial risk of serious physical injury or death as a class D felony.
HB414Bean, OttoStevenson, BryanHB 414
 1290L.01I - Exempts schools from prevailing wages requirements but allows schools to choose to be subject to the requirements.
HB415Portwood, CharlesAvery, JimHB 415
 1430L.01I - Changes the definition of the practice of chiropractic.
HB416Rector, RexCooper, ShannonHB 416
 1467L.01I - Changes the collection cost percentage of the amount of ad valorem property tax collections allocated in Cass County.
HB417Mayer, RobertDavis, DahlmanHB 417
 1108L.01I - Creates the crime of assault of an athletic event participant.
HB418Johnson, ConnieBrooks, SharonHB 418
 1254L.01I - Requires the Department of Elementary and Secondary Education to adopt a national teacher certification incentive reward program.
HB419Willoughby, PhillipHB 419
 1413L.01I - Incorporates the Natural Gas Pipeline Safety Act into Public Service Commission rules for gas plants.
HB420Cooper, ShannonBearden, CarlHB 420
 0934L.01I - Establishes the Highway Patrol's Trust fund and imposes a surcharge on licenses to fund it.
HB421Cooper, ShannonBearden, CarlHB 421
 1484L.01I - Lowers the corporate income tax to five and one-fourth percent.
HB422Cooper, ShannonHB 422
 1458L.01I - Creates a tax credit for certain railroad ad valorem property tax.
HB423Icet, AllenSt. Onge, NealHB 423
 1473L.01I - Revises line 14 of the foundation formula for calculation of state aid to school districts.
HB424Sutherland, MikeAvery, JimHB 424
 1333L.01I - Establishes a sales tax holiday for certain items.
HB425Sutherland, MikeDempsey, TomHB 425
 1136L.01I - Establishes a licensing system for manufactured housing setup contractors.
HB426Rector, RexByrd, RichardHB 426
 1460L.01I - Allows water corporations to bill for certain infrastructure system replacement costs.
HB427Byrd, RichardStevenson, BryanCCS SCS HCS HB 427
 1618L.08S - Establishes the Basic Civil Legal Services Fund to make funding available for basic civil legal services to low-income persons.
HB428Hobbs, SteveWilson, VictoriaHB 428
 1531L.01I - Authorizes counties of the first classification to impose fines for violations of ordinances.
HB429Willoughby, PhillipWhorton, JimHB 429
 1205L.01I - Allows school boards to establish the daily observance of one minute of silence in each classroom of each school within their school district.
HB430Stevenson, BryanPratt, BryanHB 430
 1443L.01T - Adds a provision for filling vacancies of unexpired terms of members of the executive council of the judicial conference by resolution of the judicial conference.
HB431Stevenson, BryanByrd, RichardHCS HB 431
 1442L.02C - Adds a judge to the Missouri State Employees Retirement System board of trustees.
HB432Wright, MarkHB 432
 0966L.01I - Limits the application of the certificate of need law to long-term care facilities.
HB433Portwood, CharlesSelby, HaroldHB 433
 0501L.01I - Allows motor vehicle owners who perform their own repairs to meet emission standards to apply reasonable labor costs to the waiver amount established by the Air Conservation Commission.
HB434Yates, BrianDusenberg, GaryHB 434
 1565L.01I - Revises the times at which liquor by the drink may be served at certain convention trade areas.
HB435Engler, KevinCrawford, LarryHCS HB 435
 1616L.02P - Requires operators of commercial motor vehicles to reduce speed and check that a railroad track is clear of an approaching train.
HB436Harris, BelindaShoemyer, WesHB 436
 1057L.02I - Amends the definition of "livestock" in state statute to include American bison or buffalo.
HJR14Yates, BrianDaus, MikeHJR 14
 1428L.01I - Proposes a constitutional amendment reducing from 24 to 22 the minimum age for a state representative.
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