97th General Assembly, 1st Regular Session
Past Activity Registers
For Actions Recorded on: February 18, 2013

BillSponsorCoSponsorBill String
 Bill Information
HB28Lichtenegger, DonnaHinson, DaveSS SCS HCS HB 28
 0111S.05T - Changes the laws regarding the Department of Natural Resources
HB35Higdon, GalenHB 35
 0058L.02I - Creates the Alcohol and Tobacco Control Trust Fund consisting of specified fees collected by the Director of Revenue to be used for the administration and regulation of the liquor control and tobacco laws
HB45Hinson, DaveHB 45
 0292H.02I - Authorizes the county commission in any county to adopt specified building codes and establish a building commission and exempts a structure used solely for specified agricultural purposes from builiding code regulations
HB53Gatschenberger, ChuckHB 53
 0490H.01P - Changes the laws regarding insurance coverage under the Missouri Life and Health Insurance Guaranty Association Act
HB58Molendorp, ChrisSS HCS HB 58
 0620S.03T - Changes the laws regarding portable electronics insurance coverage
HB60Engler, KevinSCS HB 60
 0505S.02C - Allows the marshal of the City of Farmington to order the abate of weeds or trash without notification and bill the owner if there has been a previous violation on the same property in a specified time period
HB65Lant, BillHB 65
 0473L.01I - Lowers, from 21 year of age to 18 years of age, the minimum age requirement for a person to serve as an alderman in a fourth class city
HB66Burlison, EricHB 66
 0528L.01I - Removes the provision that requires fire protection districts located in Greene County to have an audit performed every two years
HB70Kelley, MikeBrattin, RickHB 70
 0600L.01I - Allows a teacher or school administrator to carry a concealed firearm into a higher education institution or elementary or secondary school if he or she has a valid concealed carry endorsement or permit
HB74Gatschenberger, ChuckHCS HB 74
 0640H.03C - Changes the laws regarding political subdivisions
HB85Kelley, MikeDavis, CharlieHB 85
 0570L.01P - Requires the Department of Transportation to issue emergency utility response permits for the transporting of equipment and materials needed following a disaster where utility service has been disrupted
HB90Gosen, DonMolendorp, ChrisHB 90
 0542L.01I - Specifies that an insurer has the right to intervene in a civil action in which it may be contractually obligated to pay the cost of defending a civil lawsuit or a portion of any judgment that may rendered in the lawsuit
HB92Gatschenberger, ChuckHB 92
 0667L.01I - Changes the minimum age at which a person can be issued a concealed carry endorsement from 21 years of age to 19 years of age
HB116Dugger, TonySS#2 SCS HB 116
 0523S.09T - Changes the laws regarding audits
HB128Sommer, ChrissyBerry, T.J.HCS HB 128
 0638L.02T - Changes the laws regarding property tax bills, the taxes excluded from tax increment financing redevelopment plans, and the division of interstate income for Missouri corporate income taxation
HB133Gosen, DonMolendorp, ChrisHB 133
 0199H.02T - Changes the laws regarding the accreditation requirements for reinsurance companies and specifies when an insurance company can take credit or reduce liability due to reinsurance
HB138Dugger, TonyHB 138
 0841H.01I - Authorizes a county to amend its budget twice during a fiscal year when there are certain specified circumstances
HB148Davis, CharlieSolon, SheilaSCS HB 148
 0712S.05T - Establishes the custody and visitation rights of a deploying military parent
HB158Flanigan, TomDavis, CharlieHCS HB 158
 0863H.03P - Changes the laws regarding tax increment financing in areas where a majority of the property is located within an area affected by specified natural disasters
HB161Gatschenberger, ChuckSCS HCS HB 161
 0804S.06P - Changes the laws regarding political subdivisions
HB163Fitzpatrick, ScottDugger, TonyHB 163
 0842H.02T - Changes the laws regarding elections
HB176Crawford, SandyDugger, TonyHCS HB 176
 0945H.02C - Increases the amount of specified fees that a vendor of a small loan can charge
HB178Koenig, AndrewWhite, BillHCS#2 HB 178
 0691H.05P - Changes the laws regarding a local ballot proposal by a political subdivision to enact a tax
HB184Cox, StanleyDohrman, DeanSS HB 184
 0975S.04T - Changes the laws regarding the sales tax on motor vehicles, the transient guest tax in Pettis County, and enhanced enterprise zones and establishes the Missouri Works Program
HB187Newman, StaceyKirkton, JeanneHB 187
 0713L.01I - Requires that all sales or transfers of firearms be processed through a licensed firearms dealer
HB198Flanigan, TomSpencer, BryanHCS HB 198
 0818H.02C - Changes the laws regarding infrastructure replacement surcharges for water corporations
HB209Richardson, ToddHB 209
 1038H.01I - Specifies that a federal official must not enforce a federal firearm law when the firearm is manufactured and remains in the state and that any new federal law banning or restricting ownership of a semi-automatic firearm is unenforceable
HB212Cox, StanleyBrown, WandaHB 212
 0535H.01T - Changes the law regarding secured transactions under the Uniform Commercial Code
HB224Berry, T.J.Kelley, MikeHB 224
 0597L.02I - Requires the State Board of Education to establish rules to authorize school boards to lease advertising on school buses
HB234Gatschenberger, ChuckHCS HB 234
 1090H.02C - Authorizes a claim clearinghouse to process and verify a request for an offset of an income tax refund and lottery winnings to satisfy an outstanding debt for ambulance services an individual received
HB247Ellington, BrandonHummel, JacobHB 247
 0116L.01I - Removes the statute of limitation for certain actions to recover damages regarding child abuse and sexual offenses committed against a child and allows prosecutions for child abuse to be commenced at any time
HB276Brattin, RickCox, StanleyHB 276
 0608L.02I - Authorizes any school district to designate a teacher or administrator as a school protection officer who may carry concealed firearms after he or she has met specified minimum training requirements
HB285Pace, SharonHubbard, PennyHCS HB 285
 1046L.02P - Creates the crime of distribution of a controlled substance near a child care facility
HB307Riddle, JeanieBarnes, JayCCS SS SCS HB 307
 1103H.09T - Changes the laws regarding emergency service providers
HB322Gosen, DonBlack, LindaSCS HB 322
 1211S.06T - Changes the laws regarding motor vehicle insurance policies
HB324Frederick, KeithWood, DavidHB 324
 0109L.02I - Changes the amount a health care provider may charge for the search and retrieval of medical records and the cost of supplies and labor for copying them
HB329Dugger, TonyCrawford, SandySCS HB 329
 1232S.03T - Changes the laws regarding financial institutions
HB335Hinson, DaveHough, LincolnHCS HB 335
 1212H.06P - Changes the laws regarding public safety
HB339Wieland, PaulGosen, DonHB 339
 0968L.01T - Requires an uninsured motorist to forfeit recovery of noneconomic loss under specified circumstances
HB350Frederick, KeithCurtman, PaulHCS HB 350
 1071L.02C - Prohibits the publication of any identifying information of firearm owners and prohibits health care professionals from being required to inquire, document, or disclose a patient's status as a firearm owner
HB362Roorda, JeffEllinger, RoryHB 362
 0259L.01I - Adds one active member of the Missouri Deputy Sheriff's Association to the Missouri Sheriff Methamphetamine Relief Taskforce (MoSMART)
HB379Kelley, MikeSpencer, BryanHB 379
 0912L.01I - Allows an applicant for a concealed carry endorsement to have the fingerprint background check be done anonymously for an additional fee
HB390Kratky, MicheleEnglish, KeithHB 390
 0898L.01I - Specifies that a person commits the crime of unlawful use of weapons if he or she possesses a firearm while also knowingly in possession of a specified amount of a controlled substance
HB392Kratky, MicheleEnglish, KeithHB 392
 0900L.01I - Revises the crime of unlawful use of weapons and requires the revocation of a concealed carry endorsement if the holder pleads guilty or is found guilty of a felony while in the possession of a firearm
HB420Curtman, PaulBurlison, EricHB 420
 1178L.01I - Specifies that in any jurisdiction in which the open carry of firearms is prohibited by ordinance the open carry cannot be prohibited if the person meets specified conditions
HB425Wilson, KennethRiddle, JeanieHB 425
 1319H.01I - Specifies that all law enforcement officers are immune from personal civil liability for acts that are within the scope of their official duties, discretionary, and not performed in bad faith or with malice
HB431Jones, CalebRichardson, ToddHB 431
 1104H.02I - Allows the school board of any school district to provide a work station to a licensed law enforcement or peace officer employed by a local law enforcement agency to use during normal school hours
HB436Funderburk, DougJones, TimothySCS HCS HB 436
 1204S.04T - Establishes the Second Amendment Preservation Act which rejects all federal acts that infringe on a Missouri citizens' rights under the Second Amendment of the United States Constitution
HB443Hubbard, PennyEllington, BrandonHB 443
 1362H.01P - Establishes a pilot program to increase the visitation rights of children with incarcerated parents
HB453Fraker, LyndallLant, BillHB 453
 1295H.01I - Changes the laws regarding prevailing wages on public works projects
HB485Hinson, DaveMuntzel, DaveHB 485
 1082L.01I - Creates the offense of unlawful possession or use of a firearm during the commission of a felony when prior felony offenders possess or use a firearm during a subsequent felony offense
HB494LaFaver, JeremyEllinger, RoryHB 494
 0946H.02I - Specifies that any person who owns, possesses, manufactures, purchases, or sells a high capacity firearm magazine will be guilty of a class D felony under certain circumstances
HB533Riddle, JeanieBernskoetter, MikeSCS HB 533
 1369S.03T - Changes the laws regarding firearms
HB545Ellinger, RorySchupp, JillHB 545
 0776L.01I - Makes it a class C felony to manufacture, import, possess, purchase, sell, or transfer any assault weapon or large capacity magazine
HB579Funderburk, DougLaFaver, JeremyHB 579
 1113L.01I - Requires the Director of the Department of Revenue to enter into the Streamlined Sales and Use Tax Agreement and changes the laws regarding taxation
HB591Hubbard, PennyJones, TimothyHB 591
 1635H.01P - Designates the bridge on Interstates 55, 64, 70 and U.S. Route 40 crossing the Mississippi River between downtown St. Louis and southwestern Illinois as the "Congressman William L. Clay Bridge"
HB603Jones, TimothyCookson, SteveHB 603
 1491L.02I - Establishes intervention options for struggling schools
HB619Ellinger, RoryWalton Gray, RochelleHB 619
 0779L.01I - Revises the laws regarding first degree murder
HB620Barnes, JayHB 620
 1696H.01I - Establishes the Buck Stops Here Economic Development Tax Credit Reform Program that provides tax incentives through retained withholding taxes and refundable income and financial institution tax credits for qualified companies
HB621McCaherty, JohnWieland, PaulHCS HB 621
 1555H.03P - Authorizes three new tax credits for port facilities
HB622McCaherty, JohnCross, Gary L.HB 622
 0879H.01I - Provides tax incentives for qualified manufacturing facilities or qualified suppliers that create or retain jobs in Missouri
HB623Sommer, ChrissyGatschenberger, ChuckHB 623
 0752L.02I - Specifies that in all criminal cases a $2 surcharge must be assessed as costs with specified exceptions to be credited to the Brain Injury Fund
HB624Ellinger, RoryEnglish, KeithHB 624
 0413L.02I - Changes the laws regarding sexual offender registration
HB625Burlison, EricSCS HB 625
 1532S.03C - Specifies that the geographic proximity requirement in a collaborative practice arrangement may be waived for up to 28 days per year for rural health clinics under specified conditions
HB626McNeil, MargoMorgan, JudyHB 626
 1166L.01I - Requires the Department of Elementary and Secondary Education to establish a grant program for unaccredited and provisionally accredited districts that commit to extended school time
HB627Hummel, JacobKirkton, JeanneHB 627
 1613L.01I - Changes the eligibility requirements for medical assistance under the MO HealthNet program
HB628McNeil, MargoWright, JohnHB 628
 1388L.01I - Authorizes an income tax deduction for 100% of the tuition and fees paid for up to the last nine or 18 hours required to complete an associate or bachelor degree from a public two-year or four-year college
HB629Kelly, ChrisWebber, StephenHB 629
 1587L.01I - Requires that one voting member of the University of Missouri Board of Curators be a student
HB630McCaherty, JohnCross, Gary L.HCS HB 630
 1719H.02P - Changes the laws regarding the Missouri Quality Jobs Act, the Manufacturing Jobs Act, and the Missouri International Business Advertising Fund
HB631Elmer, KevinJones, TimothyHCS#2 HB 631
 1246L.05C - Changes the laws regarding the employment and evaluation of teachers.
HB632Dunn, RandyPierson Sr., TommieHB 632
 1551L.01P - Designates December 4 as "Alpha Phi Alpha Day" in Missouri in honor of the first Black intercollegiate Greek-letter fraternity established for African-Americans
HB633Leara, MikeHB 633
 1733H.01I - Specifies that any member of the General Assembly who proposes legislation that further restricts an individual's right to bear arms will be guilty of a class D felony
HCR20Black, LindaHigdon, GalenHCR 20
 1247L.02I - Supports lawful legislative action which protects the rights of gun owners, addresses the mental health issues that threaten public safety, and ensures that only law-abiding citizens have access to firearms
HJR4Neth, MyronDugger, TonyHJR 4
 0522H.01P - Proposes a constitutional amendment allowing a member of the General Assembly to serve the 16-year maximum in any proportion in either chamber as long as he or she serves no more than 16 years total
HJR8Solon, SheilaBerry, T.J.HJR 8
 0778H.01P - Proposes a constitutional amendment requiring the State Lottery Commission to develop and sell a Veterans Lottery Ticket with proceeds to go to the Veterans Commission Capital Improvement Trust Fund
HJR15Brattin, RickRiddle, JeanieHCS HJR 15
 0517L.04C - Proposes a constitutional amendment specifying that the right of every citizen to possess or purchase ammunition for the proper functioning of arms must not be infringed or limited
HJR16McCaherty, JohnSwan, KathrynSCS HJR 16
 0895S.02T - Proposes a constitutional amendment allowing relevant evidence of prior criminal acts to be admissible in prosecutions for crimes of a sexual nature involving a victim under 18 years of age
SB58Romine, GarySB 58
 0155S.02T - Allows the city of Farmington to put ordinances to a vote of the people before they are finally passed
SB77Lamping, JohnSB 77
 0501S.01T - Allows for certain neighborhood youth development programs to be exempt from child care licensing requirements
SB80Romine, GarySB 80
 0433S.01T - Requires the Missouri Board of Nursing Home Administrators to notify, instead of mail, an applicant when it is time for license renewal
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