94th General Assembly, 1st Regular Session
Past Activity Registers
For Actions Recorded on: February 19, 2007

BillSponsorCoSponsorBill String
 Bill Information
HB14Icet, AllenCCS SCS HCS HB 14
 0014L.05T - Appropriates money for supplemental purposes
HB74Wilson, LarryFisher, BarneyHCS HB 74
 0338L.02P - Allows rural empowerment zones to exist in any county with 16,000 or fewer residents
HB103Portwood, CharlesAvery, JimHB 103
 0651L.01I - Establishes additional tax increment financing guidelines
HB189Jones, KennySchad, RodneyHCS HB 189 & 60
 0562L.02P - Creates a presumption in certain circumstances that a person using deadly force has a reasonable fear of death or harm and allows that person immunity in certain circumstances for use of defensive force
HB264Cunningham, JaneHB 264
 0641L.01T - Allows the State Board of Education greater flexibility in investing funds deposited in the State Public School Fund
HB265Cunningham, JaneSS HB 265
 0639S.04F - Expands the five-business-day notice requirement for special education due process hearings to expedited due process hearings
HB267Jones, KennyCunningham, JaneHB 267
 0640L.01P - Gives the local board of education authority to identify a designee to bind the school district in a settlement agreement reached during the resolution session regarding a special education placement
HB444Jetton, RodBearden, CarlSS#2 SCS HCS HB 444, 217, 225, 239, 243, 297, 402 & 172
 0761S.11T - Authorizes an income tax deduction for Social Security and nonprivate retirement benefits received by the elderly, subject to income limits, and for qualified health insurance premiums
HB871Cunningham, MikeHB 871
 1846L.01I - Makes members of the reserves of any branch of the United States armed forces eligible for a National Guard educational assistance grant
HB872Cooper, NathanSater, DavidHCS HB 872
 2150L.03C - Allows and encourages individuals receiving utilicare assistance to attend financial management workshops
HB873Portwood, CharlesDougherty, CurtHB 873
 2159L.01I - Changes the laws regarding chiropractor education and licensing requirements
HB874Franz, WardBruns, MarkHB 874
 1828L.01I - Authorizes an income tax credit for volunteer firefighters who receive and maintain training
HB875Franz, WardSCS HB 875
 2171S.03C - Allows disbursements from a defined contribution account upon a member's separation from service when the account balance is $1,000 or less
HB876Franz, WardHB 876
 1963L.01I - Requires election authorities to create a form to verify the eligibility of election watchers
HB877Hobbs, SteveFisher, BarneyHB 877
 1800L.01I - Requires all diesel fuel sold in Missouri after January 1, 2009, to contain at least 5% biodiesel
HB878Hobbs, SteveMunzlinger, BrianHB 878
 1851L.02I - Creates the Missouri Healthcare Access Fund to provide a funding source for designated areas with healthcare shortages
HB879Hobbs, SteveMunzlinger, BrianHB 879
 1956L.01I - Authorizes a managed environmental livestock operation tax credit for the eligible costs of implementing odor abatement best management practices and systems and certain infrastructure improvements
HB880Hobbs, SteveSater, DavidHB 880
 2045L.01I - Increases the land reclamation permit application fees and extends the expiration of the fees from December 31, 2007, to December 31, 2013
HB881Munzlinger, BrianHobbs, SteveHB 881
 2226L.01I - Authorizes a managed environmental livestock operation tax credit for the eligible costs of implementing odor abatement best management practices and systems
HB882Page, SamYoung, TerryHB 882
 2110L.01I - Establishes the Human Voice Contact Act requiring state agencies to ensure that a caller is provided the option to speak with a live attendant
HB883Low, BethSkaggs, TrentHB 883
 1224L.02I - Requires certain corporations to file an annual tax disclosure statement
HB884Dougherty, CurtHB 884
 2060L.01I - Restricts the vibration levels for blasting in areas in Jackson County where residential properties, schools, or churches are located
HB885Wilson, KevinRuestman, MarilynHB 885
 2166L.01I - Allows the court to order a person's vehicle impounded for up to one year as part of a penalty for driving while intoxicated
HB886Schlottach, CharlesYaeger, PatriciaHCS HB 886
 2143L.05C - Changes the laws regarding solid waste
HB887Emery, EdSchoeller, ShaneHB 887
 2109L.02I - Requires any advertisement produced by a state agency and paid for by taxpayer money to include "This ad was paid for by taxpayer dollars."
HB888Grisamore, JeffYates, BrianHB 888
 2029L.01I - Establishes the Faith-Based Organization Liaison Act
HB889Emery, EdWilson, KevinHCS HB 889
 2147L.03C - Prohibits illegal aliens from receiving public assistance
HB890Kratky, FredHubbard, RodneyHB 890
 1776L.01I - Changes the laws regarding the issuance of bonds by community colleges for job training programs and the expiration date of the Missouri Community College New Jobs Training Program
HB891Kratky, FredHubbard, RodneyHCS HB 891
 1782L.02P - Authorizes a tax credit for a business employing a disabled worker
HB892Kratky, FredHubbard, RodneyHCS HB 892
 1937L.02P - Creates the Medal of Freedom to be awarded to any veteran who honorably served in the armed forces at any time since 1990 under certain residency requirements
HB893Davis, CynthiaDusenberg, GaryHB 893
 2270L.01I - Creates an affirmative defense for motorcycle riders who enter or cross an intersection controlled by a traffic control signal against a red light under certain circumstances
HB894Hoskins, TheodoreSCS HCS HB 894
 2096S.04C - Requires independent candidates to file declarations of candidacy at the same time as other candidates and to appear on primary ballots
HB895Kuessner, J CSwinger, TerryHB 895
 1770L.01I - Changes the election procedure for hospital district directors in Iron County
HB896Flook, TimHB 896
 2169L.01I - Defines "traffic violation case" as it is used in Chapter 488, RSMo
HB897Harris, BelindaHarris, JeffHB 897
 1459L.01I - Allows either the county commission or the county health center boards to establish health rules and the fees to implement the rules
HB898Bringer, RachelHB 898
 2009L.01I - Makes the criminal background check and fingerprinting for teachers valid for one year even if they move to another district or change their type of certification
HB899Wilson, LarryWilson, KevinHB 899
 2240L.01I - Requires the city or county public administrator to deposit money or property found upon deceased persons to the credit of the entity and changes the deadline for bids and the selection of county depositaries
HB900Kuessner, J CHarris, BelindaHB 900
 0517L.01I - Requires insurers providing medical malpractice insurance to health care providers to establish premiums based on the average judgment in medical malpractice cases by county
HB901Sutherland, MikeHB 901
 0730L.01I - Establishes the Large Carnivore Act which regulates the ownership, possession, and breeding of large carnivores
HB902Stevenson, BryanHB 902
 1960L.01I - Changes the laws regarding merchandising practices
HB903Stevenson, BryanHB 903
 1958L.01I - Establishes immunity from liability for certain product retailers
HB904Stevenson, BryanHB 904
 1959L.01I - Changes the laws regarding merchandising practices
HB905Stevenson, BryanHB 905
 2238L.01I - Requires the registration and licensure of naturopathic physicians
HB906Cooper, ShannonBearden, CarlHB 906
 2322L.01I - Allows the mixing of biodiesel with regular diesel fuel as well as the mixing of gasoline with ethanel for purposes of retail sales
HB907Aull, JoeHB 907
 1377L.01I - Changes the laws regarding the school funding formula relating to the performance levy
HB908Wasson, JayParson, MikeHB 908
 2273L.01I - Changes the laws regarding the Tobacco Master Settlement Agreement
HB909Harris, JeffMeadows, TimHB 909
 2305L.02I - Prohibits certain concentrated animal feeding operations facilities from being located near a state park, state historic site, or property listed on the National Register of Historic Landmarks
HB910Fares, KathlynPearce, DavidHB 910
 2320L.01P - Designates the smooth chanterelle as the official state mushroom
HB911Rucker, MartinSater, DavidHB 911
 1580L.01I - Allows third and fourth class cities, towns, and villages to cancel an election if the number of candidates is equivalent to the number of positions
HCR32Jones, KennyLoehner, TomHCR 32
 2309L.01I - Calls on all public retirement systems to divest funds invested in any U.S. State Dept. - designated terrorist - sponsoring states
HJR7Nieves, BrianDeeken, BillSCS HJR 7
 0401S.02T - Proposes a constitutional amendment establishing English as the language for all official proceedings in Missouri
HJR22Ervin, DougBaker, BrianHJR 22
 2064L.01I - Proposes a constitutional amendment modifying the procedures for the legislative approval of any schedule of compensation proposed by the Citizens' Commission on the Compensation of Elected Officials
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