95th General Assembly, 2nd Regular Session
Past Activity Registers
For Actions Recorded on: February 10, 2010

BillSponsorCoSponsorBill String
 Bill Information
HB1209Day, DavidFunderburk, DougHB 1209
 3245L.01I - Lowers the average total inmate population required to allow a circuit court to appoint an extra circuit court marshal
HB1230Davis, CynthiaDay, DavidHB 1230
 3213L.01I - Establishes the Missouri Firearms Freedom Act
HB1231Davis, CynthiaNieves, BrianHB 1231
 3478L.01I - Requires Missouri driver's examinations to be administered in English
HB1238Davis, CynthiaKraus, WillHCS HB 1238
 3479L.08C - Changes the laws regarding consent requirements for obtaining an abortion, reporting abortions, and immunity from liability for certain pharmacies and creates the crime of coercing an abortion
HB1247Sater, DavidJones, TimothyHB 1247
 3101L.01I - Requires the Department of Social Services to apply for a federal waiver to modify the eligibility requirements for the Missouri Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF) Program
HB1266Norr, CharlieRoorda, JeffHB 1266
 3133L.01I - Increases from 26 to 52 the number of weeks an individual is eligible to receive shared work benefits under the Shared Work Unemployment Compensation Program in the Division of Employment Security
HB1270Meiners, KateHB 1270
 3255L.01T - Changes the name of the Crippled Children's Service to the Children's Special Health Care Needs Service and specifies the services are for a child who has a physical disability or special health care need
HB1302Lampe, SaraMcNeil, MargoHB 1302
 3698L.01I - Expands the Amber Alert System to include missing endangered adults, specifies the criteria for being a missing endangered adult, and changes the system's name to Amber Alert and Silver Alert System
HB1327Davis, CynthiaFunderburk, DougHCS HB 1327 & 2000
 3771L.03P - Changes the laws regarding the consent requirements for obtaining an abortion and creates the crime of coercing an abortion
HB1365Emery, EdRuestman, MarilynHB 1365
 3871L.01I - Specifies that no pharmacy can be required to perform, assist, recommend, refer to, or participate in any act or service resulting in an abortion and it will be immune from liability for refusing to do so
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
HB1377Brandom, EllenKingery, GayleHCS HB 1377
 3936L.05P - Requires all state elected officials and certain recipients of Temporary Assistance for Needy Families benefits to be tested for the illegal use of controlled substances
HB1382Ervin, DougHCS HB 1382
 4043L.03P - Establishes the Missouri Patient Privacy Act which limits the disclosure of patient medical information
HB1405Cox, StanleyFunderburk, DougHB 1405
 3349L.01I - Allows certain pleadings or filings in a dissolution of marriage or legal separation to be a public record if the court clerk has redacted the Social Security number
HB1406Cox, StanleyJones, TimothyHB 1406
 3348L.01I - Specifies that the public interest exception to the mootness doctrine will apply to an appeal of a full order of protection which has expired but subjects the person to significant collateral consequences
HB1494Schaaf, RobHB 1494
 3897L.01P - Removes the expiration date of August 28, 2011, from the provision which allows certain state university boards to convey or transfer real property without authorization from the General Assembly
HB1497Smith, JasonTilley, StevenHCS HB 1497
 4103L.03P - Requires special elections to fill vacancies in the offices of Lieutenant Governor, Attorney General, Secretary of State, State Auditor, State Treasurer, and United States Senator
HB1506Smith, JasonDieckhaus, ScottHB 1506
 3497L.01I - Establishes the Missouri Firearms Freedom Act
HB1515Funderburk, DougGatschenberger, ChuckHB 1515
 3241L.01I - Establishes the Missouri Firearms Freedom Act
HB1519Hoskins, TheodorePace, SharonHB 1519
 3607L.01P - Changes the laws regarding assault and tampering crimes against public workers and judicial officers
HB1521Nance, BobPratt, BryanHCS HB 1521 & 1302
 3919L.03P - Expands the Amber Alert System to include missing endangered adults, specifies the criteria for being a missing endangered adult, and changes the system's name to Amber Alert and Silver Alert System
HB1540Lipke, ScottHCS HB 1540
 4191L.06T - Requires judicial procedures for an infraction to be the same as for a misdemeanor and requires motorists to obey reasonable signals and directions given by law enforcement in the enforcement of infractions
HB1543Wallace, MaynardFisher, BarneyCCS SS#2 SCS HCS#2 HB 1543
 3136L.10T - Changes the laws regarding school employee liability, safety practices, reporting acts of violence, and school funding
HB1546Harris, BelindaSander, ThereseHB 1546
 3584L.01I - Changes the requirements for reporting abortions to the Department of Health and Senior Services
HB1567Meiners, KateHolsman, JasonHB 1567
 3868L.01I - Allows the City of Grandview to impose, upon voter approval, a transient guest tax for the promotion of tourism
HB1568Salva, RayHB 1568
 4267L.01I - Authorizes the City of Sugar Creek to impose, upon voter approval, a transient guest tax for the promotion of tourism
HB1589Hobbs, SteveWebber, StephenHB 1589
 4254L.01I - Increases the threshold amount required for a county to obtain bids on purchases
HB1595Dugger, TonyAtkins, BertHB 1595
 3972L.01T - Revises the definition of "project" as it relates to industrial development corporations to include the construction, extension, and improvement of public roads
HB1607Diehl, JohnHCS HB 1607
 4040L.02C - Allows a presiding judge to assign a judge to hear the trial of a felony case when that judge has previously conducted the case's preliminary hearing if the defendant signs a waiver
HB1609Diehl, JohnSCS HB 1609
 4041S.05C - Removes the requirement that a presiding judge must certify certain cases for assignment
HB1628Nasheed, JamilahRoorda, JeffHB 1628
 3970L.01I - Establishes the Metropolitan District Dropout Prevention Program to provide grants to the St. Louis Public School District
HB1631Pollock, DarrellAllen, SueHCS HB 1631
 3426L.04C - Expands the crime of sexual contact with a patient to when an owner, employee, or a person assigned to work in any health care or long-term care facility has sexual or deviate sexual intercourse with a patient
HB1639Wasson, JayHB 1639
 4317L.01I - Changes the laws regarding the Missouri Board for Architects, Professional Engineers, Professional Land Surveyors and Landscape Architects
HB1644Riddle, JeanieMcGhee, MikeHCS#2 HB 1644
 3408L.04C - Changes the laws regarding the use of force by employees of the Department of Mental Health
HB1648Cooper, RobertSater, DavidHB 1648
 3435L.01I - Adds persons who apply permanent cosmetics to the same regulations as those who practice tattooing, branding, and body piercing
HB1657Dethrow, MikeHB 1657
 4451L.01P - Exempts new applicants for trailer dealer licenses from providing proof of a dealer garage liability insurance policy
HB1666Black, LindaRoorda, JeffHB 1666
 4160L.01I - Establishes Cary's Law which requires all intoxication-related traffic arrests and any action taken by the prosecutor on these arrests to be entered into the State Highway Patrol's DWI Tracking System (DWITS)
HB1674Lipke, ScottHB 1674
 4161L.02I - Requires all law enforcement agencies and the prosecutor to report all alcohol-related traffic arrests and court actions to the State Highway Patrol's DWI Tracking System
HB1680Roorda, JeffJones, TimothyHB 1680
 3623L.01I - Prohibits third class cities from imposing storm water usage fees on property owned by any church, public school, nonprofit organization, or political subdivision
HB1695Stevenson, BryanSS SCS HCS HB 1695, 1742 & 1674
 4453S.14T - Changes the laws regarding intoxication-related traffic offenses
HB1707Schaaf, RobHCS HB 1707
 4416L.02P - Allows counties of any classification to erect and maintain a jail or holding cell facility outside the county seat
HB1713Sander, ThereseAllen, SueSS HB 1713
 3907S.02F - Requires all health insurance policies issued to Missouri residents on or after January 1, 2011, to include coverage for adopted children on the same basis as other dependents of the enrollee
HB1716Curls, ShalonnHB 1716
 4494L.01I - Changes the laws regarding unclaimed and abandoned property
HB1725Pollock, DarrellWells, DonHCS HB 1725
 4546L.02C - Prohibits health insurance exchanges in Missouri or any exchange administered by the federal government from offering policies or optional riders that provide coverage for elective abortions
HB1741Pratt, BryanHB 1741
 4526L.01T - Changes the laws regarding a meeting of a board of directors or the executive committee of a corporation
HB1742Stevenson, BryanBringer, RachelHB 1742
 4578L.02I - Changes the laws regarding driving while intoxicated
HB1743Stevenson, BryanBringer, RachelHB 1743
 4606L.01I - Changes the laws regarding driving while intoxicated
HB1759Rucker, MartinWebb, SteveHB 1759
 3816L.01I - Adds the counties of Andrew and Buchanan to the list of counties authorized to enact nuisance abatement ordinances regarding the condition of real property
HB1764Diehl, JohnSS SCS HCS HB 1764
 4419S.05T - Prohibits persons, employers, or health care providers from being compelled to participate in any health care system and allows certain domestic insurance companies to dissolve under certain conditions
HB1802Gatschenberger, ChuckMunzlinger, BrianSCS HB 1802
 4528S.03C - Allows a resident of Missouri to purchase rifles and shotguns in any state and allows a resident of any state to purchase rifles and shotguns in Missouri if he or she conforms to certain laws
HB1803Gatschenberger, ChuckJones, TimothyHB 1803
 3843L.01I - Requires school districts to adopt policies for the random testing of school employees and testing of potential employees for the unlawful use of controlled substances
HB1806Franz, WardKingery, GayleSS HCS HB 1806
 4433S.07T - Changes the laws regarding county classifications and annexations by certain cities
HB1822Cooper, RobertSchaaf, RobHB 1822
 4656L.01I - Establishes provisions regarding the licensure of tanning facilities by the Department of Health and Senior Services
HB1824Sutherland, MikeHB 1824
 4734L.01P - Changes the laws regarding the licensure of social workers
HB1831Jones, KennySCS HCS HB 1831
 4658S.03T - Allows a school district, after 10 years, to sell as surplus any real property that has been donated to it if the donor refuses the district's offer to return it
HB1832Wells, DonDougherty, CurtHB 1832
 4495L.01P - Allows certain unsubstantiated complaints made against licensed professional counselors by certain sexually violent predators to be removed from the regulating entity's records
HB1840Wright, Billy PatKingery, GayleHCS HB 1840
 3935L.03T - Changes the membership of the Rice Advisory Council and creates the Missouri Rice Certification Fund
HB1841Wilson, KevinHCS HB 1841
 4587L.02P - Requires a review process for life insurance producer license examinations if the overall pass rate of first-time examinees is less than 70% during any 12-month period beginning on September 1
HB1842Wilson, KevinHB 1842
 4639L.01P - Specifies that the fractional requirement for passage of a tax measure must be deemed satisfied only if the popular vote percentage is equal to or greater than a four decimal equivalent of the fraction
HB1858Zimmerman, JakeSutherland, MikeSCS HCS HB 1858
 4695S.03T - Transfers the administrative responsibility for the Minority Teaching Scholarship and the Minority and Underrepresented Environmental Literacy Program to the Department of Higher Education
HB1903Icet, AllenSCS HCS HB 1903
 4849S.05T - Creates the Federal Budget Stabilization Extension Fund and the Race to the Top Fund to receive moneys from any legislation enacted by the 111th United States Congress
HB1904Wilson, KevinHobbs, SteveHB 1904
 3805L.02P - Changes the laws regarding the Missouri Life and Health Insurance Guaranty Association Act to make it consistent with the model act adopted by the National Association of Insurance Commissioners
HB1905Wilson, KevinJones, TimothyHCS HB 1905
 4430L.03C - Establishes the Professional Relationships Between Teachers and School Districts Act which specifies the procedures under which local school boards can meet and negotiate with employee organizations
HB1912McNary, ColeFranz, WardHB 1912
 4572L.01I - Combines and modifies the provisions of the Revised Statutes of Missouri that have been enacted in more than one bill so that there is only one version of a statute
HB1918Sater, DavidHB 1918
 4872L.01I - Changes the laws regarding public assistance programs administered by the state
HB1943McGhee, MikeHCS HB 1943
 4767L.02P - Changes the membership of the panel which establishes the criteria for awarding grants from the Missouri Military Family Relief Fund
HB1945Brown, DanLair, MikeHB 1945
 4771L.01I - Adds veterinarians to the statute of limitations for filing any action for medical malpractice against certain health care providers
HB1963Spreng, MichaelHB 1963
 4895L.01I - Specifies the conditions when stormwater runoff will be considered to flow to a sewer maintained by the Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District for purposes of charging the property owner a stormwater fee
HB1997Wasson, JayHB 1997
 4730L.01I - Exempts certain wholesale drug distributors from licensure
HB2000Pratt, BryanHB 2000
 3875L.02I - Changes the laws regarding the consent requirements for obtaining an abortion and creates the crime of coercing an abortion
HB2001Icet, AllenSCS HCS HB 2001
 3001S.04T - Appropriates money to the Board of Fund Commissioners
HB2002Icet, AllenCCS SS SCS HCS HB 2002
 3002L.06T - Appropriates money for the expenses, grants, refunds, and distributions of the State Board of Education and Department of Elementary and Secondary Education
HB2003Icet, AllenCCS SS SCS HCS HB 2003
 3003L.06T - Appropriates money for the expenses, grants, refunds, and distributions of the Department of Higher Education
HB2004Icet, AllenCCS SCS HCS HB 2004
 3004L.05T - Appropriates money for the expenses, grants, refunds, and distributions of the Department of Revenue
HB2005Icet, AllenCCS SCS HCS HB 2005
 3005L.05T - Appropriates money for the expenses, grants, refunds, and distributions of the Office of Administration, Department of Transportation, and Department of Public Safety
HB2006Icet, AllenCCS SCS HCS HB 2006
 3006L.05T - Appropriates money for the expenses, grants, refunds, and distributions of the Department of Agriculture, Department of Natural Resources, and Department of Conservation
HB2007Icet, AllenCCS SCS HCS HB 2007
 3007L.05T - Appropriates money for the expenses and distributions of the departments of Economic Development; Insurance, Financial Institutions Professional Registration; Labor Industrial Relations; Transportation
HB2008Icet, AllenCCS SCS HCS HB 2008
 3008L.05T - Appropriates money for the expenses, grants, refunds, and distributions of the Department of Public Safety
HB2009Icet, AllenCCS SCS HCS HB 2009
 3009L.05T - Appropriates money for the expenses, grants, refunds, and distributions of the Department of Corrections
HB2010Icet, AllenCCS SCS HCS HB 2010
 3010L.05T - Appropriates money for the expenses, grants, refunds, and distributions of the Department of Mental Health, Board of Public Buildings, and Department of Health and Senior Services
HB2011Icet, AllenCCS SCS HCS HB 2011
 3011L.05T - Appropriates money for the expenses, grants, and distributions of the Department of Social Services
HB2012Icet, AllenCCS SCS HCS HB 2012
 3012L.05T - Appropriates money for the expenses, grants, refunds, and distributions of statewide elected officials, the Judiciary, Office of the State Public Defender, and General Assembly
HB2013Icet, AllenCCS SCS HCS HB 2013
 3013L.04T - Appropriates money for real property leases and related services
HB2059Fisher, BarneyMunzlinger, BrianHCS HB 2059
 4750L.04C - Changes the laws regarding workers' compensation and the Second Injury Fund
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
HB2096Bruns, MarkHB 2096
 4844L.03I - Specifies that any partial term served by a member of the Sheriffs' Retirement System who is elected sheriff at a special election will be counted as serving an entire term when calculating benefits
HB2097Dixon, BobHCS HB 2097
 4499L.05C - Changes the laws regarding transportation
HB2098Brown, JasonTalboy, MikeHB 2098
 4899L.01I - Specifies that risk coverages procured by a member of an entity will not be deemed to constitute a contract, purchase, or expenditure of public funds for which competitive bids must be solicited
HB2099Wilson, LarryWallace, MaynardHB 2099
 4813L.01I - Reduces the maximum interest rate that may be charged on delinquent property taxes
HB2100Franz, WardHB 2100
 4959L.01I - Changes the laws regarding the direct rollover provisions of the County Employees' Retirement System
HB2101Brown, MichaelBlack, LindaHB 2101
 4942L.02I - Reduces the minimum number of acres required for an eligible project area in the Distressed Areas Land Assemblage Tax Credit Program
HB2102Munzlinger, BrianViebrock, JamesHCS HB 2102
 4956L.02C - Changes the laws regarding the Animal Care Facilities Act
HB2103Ervin, DougHB 2103
 4047L.03I - Authorizes the Small Business Regulatory Fairness Board to receive additional funding, subject to appropriations, to cover certain costs and to hire additional employees to perform certain tasks
HB2104Ervin, DougHCS HB 2104
 4960L.05C - Changes the laws regarding the distribution of moneys collected from each business registration fee and requires requests from the Small Business Regulatory Fairness Board to be responded to within 60 days
HB2105Curls, ShalonnMcClanahan, RebeccaHB 2105
 4939L.01I - Allows mental health patients, residents, or clients who receive state-funded care or services to have their cases managed by a qualified case worker employed by the state
HB2106Flook, TimHB 2106
 4775L.01I - Changes the requirements for the admissibility of evidence regarding the value of medical treatment provided when introducing evidence for admissibility in a court proceeding for overdue medical services
HB2107Flook, TimWasson, JayHB 2107
 4776L.01I - Allows the governing body of any county, city, incorporated town, or village to engage in technology business facility projects and exempts related transactions from local sales taxes
HB2108Walsh, GinaHB 2108
 5023L.02I - Prohibits any interest or penalty from being charged on delinquent property taxes for a taxpayer who requests a waiver because of an illness and meets certain requirements
HB2109Ruzicka, DonSCS HB 2109
 4911S.02C - Changes the laws regarding the Clean Water Commission
HB2110Pratt, BryanHB 2110
 5028L.01I - Allows for a "Combat Action Badge" special license plate for any person who has earned the combat infantry badge
HB2111Faith, SallyDenison, CharlieSS SCS HB 2111
 4498S.09F - Establishes the Missouri State Transit Assistance Program to provide financial assistance to defray the operating and capital costs incurred by public mass transportation providers
HB2112Koenig, AndrewSmith, JasonHB 2112
 4816L.01I - Prohibits General Assembly members who have not served at least three full biennial assemblies from accruing creditable service under the Year 2000 Plan in the Missouri State Employees' Retirement System
HB2113Koenig, AndrewMcNary, ColeHB 2113
 4156L.03I - Changes certain public employee retirement systems from defined benefit plans to defined contribution plans as they apply to persons hired on or after January 1, 2011
HB2114Hoskins, DennyDay, DavidHB 2114
 5024L.01P - Specifies that the State of Missouri recognizes the designations of Prisoner of War and Missing in Action as valid descriptions of casualty status and category classification for military personnel
HB2115Hobbs, SteveMunzlinger, BrianHB 2115
 4916L.01I - Specifies that any personal identifying information that is utilized in a voluntary registry of persons with health-related ailments to assist them during a disaster is not considered a public record
HCR13Ervin, DougHCR 13
 4052L.01I - Resolves that an education curriculum audit be conducted and the state develop a scope-and-sequence of all tested skills
HCR34Icet, AllenKingery, GayleHCS HCR 34 & 35
 4497L.02P - Submits to Congress a proposed federal balanced budget amendment to the United States Constitution
HCR52Walton Gray, RochelleFunderburk, DougHCR 52
 4777L.01I - Designates the week of May 9 - 15, 2010, as "Sickle Cell Awareness Week" in the State of Missouri
HCR53Walton Gray, RochellePace, SharonHCR 53
 4778L.01I - Designates December 4, 2010, as "Dr Charles Drew Recognition Day" in Missouri
HCR54Talboy, MikeHCR 54
 4923L.01I - Establishes Missouri's ratification of the Equal Rights Amendment to the United States Constitution
HJR51Cunningham, MikeHJR 51
 3685L.01I - Proposes a constitutional amendment guaranteeing the right to vote by secret ballot for all public offices, initiatives and referendums, and any authorizations or designations regarding employee representation
HJR56Emery, EdIcet, AllenHJR 56
 3038L.02I - Proposes a constitutional amendment replacing the individual and corporate income tax and sales and use tax with a fair sales tax on retail sales of new tangible property and taxable services
HJR76Dethrow, MikeSmith, JasonSCS HJR 76
 3938S.02C - Proposes a constitutional amendment requiring four-sevenths majority for voter approval of any initiative relating to bird, fish, game, wildlife, or forestry resources
HJR78Smith, JasonSchoeller, ShaneHJR 78
 4321L.01P - Proposes a constitutional amendment requiring a three-fifths majority vote to amend the Missouri Constitution
HJR87Icet, AllenScharnhorst, DwightHCS HJR 87
 3859L.02P - Proposes a constitutional amendment prohibiting appropriations in any fiscal year from exceeding certain limits
SB577Shields, CharlesSS#2 SCS SB 577
 3568S.07P - Modifies various provisions relating to ethics
SB580Griesheimer, JohnHCS SS SCS SB 580
 3635L.07C - Modifies various provisions relating to political subdivisions
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