94th General Assembly, 2nd Regular Session
Past Activity Registers
For Actions Recorded on: February 11, 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
HB1354Wilson, LarryFisher, BarneyHB 1354
 3407L.01T - Exempts certain implements of husbandry used for spraying chemicals or spreading fertilizer for agricultural purposes from the motor vehicle titling, registration, and licensing requirements
HB1406Deeken, BillDay, DavidHB 1406
 3162L.01P - Establishes David's Law which requires the Department of Transportation to establish and administer a drunk driving memorial sign program
HB1450Roorda, JeffMcGhee, MikeSCS HB 1450
 3656S.02T - Extends the expiration date of the Joint Committee on Terrorism, Bioterrorism, and Homeland Security and the provisions regarding the Open Records and Meetings Law
HB1575Jones, KennyHCS HB 1575
 3945L.02T - Designates a portion of State Highway 87 in Moniteau County as the "Lance Corporal Leon B. Deraps Memorial Highway"
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
HB1656Nance, BobCooper, RobertSCS HB 1656
 4331S.02C - Changes the laws regarding the assistance provided to nursing home residents who are transitioning back into their communities
HB1661LeVota, PaulJetton, RodHB 1661
 3325L.02P - Exempts property taxes paid by certain nonresident taxpayers from being added-back to their adjusted gross income under certain circumstances
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
HB1739Moore, DanieLampe, SaraHB 1739
 4098L.01I - Authorizes the licensure of prescribing psychologists
HB1774Wallace, MaynardLampe, SaraHB 1774
 4530L.01I - Changes the maximum percentage of increase in annual compensation in the final average salary for members of the Public School Retirement System of Missouri
HB1864Parson, MikeJones, KennyHB 1864
 4677L.01P - Allows operators of excursion gambling boats to deposit checks on the next business day of the financial institution instead of within 24 hours
HB1909Day, DavidCasey, RonHB 1909
 4008L.01I - Allows unclaimed remains of veterans to be collected by a veterans' service organization for the purpose of internment in a veterans' cemetery under certain circumstances
HB1911Muschany, T.Wallace, MaynardHB 1911
 3218L.04I - Requires the State Board of Education to issue teaching certificates to individuals who complete certification with the American Board for Certification of Teacher Excellence
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
HB2077Tilley, StevenHB 2077
 4995L.01I - Allows spouses of deployed soldiers to take certain amounts of time off from work without pay and without fear of retribution from the employer
HB2078Hubbard, RodneyEl-Amin, TalibdinHB 2078
 4320L.01P - Prohibits the issuance of a driver's license or termporary permit to any person 15 to 18 years of age if a school submits information that the student is not in compliance with the eligibility standards
HB2079Stream, RickSutherland, MikeHB 2079
 4841L.02I - Changes the laws regarding property taxation
HB2080Hoskins, TheodoreHB 2080
 5031L.01I - Allows any registered voter who is eligible to vote in a particular election to do so by absentee ballot
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
HJR66Walton, JuanitaLembke, JimHJR 66
 3326L.01I - Proposes a constitutional amendment changing the qualifications and process for selecting judges
SB724Scott, DelbertCCS HCS SCS SB 724
 3351S.06T - Gives advanced practice registered nurses prescriptive authority for scheduled drugs
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