94th General Assembly, 2nd Regular Session
Past Activity Registers
For Actions Recorded on: February 20, 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
HB1310Hoskins, TheodoreHB 1310
 3340L.01P - Requires independent candidates to file declarations of candidacy and petitions for nomination by the same deadlines established for other candidates
HB1320Brown, MichaelHB 1320
 3152L.01P - Authorizes community improvement districts that are political subdivisions to sponsor and operate a polytechnic institute for science and technology within the authorizing city or county
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
HB1368Thomson, MikeHB 1368
 3769L.01T - Clarifies requirements for membership on the Northwest Missouri State University Board of Regents
HB1375Portwood, CharlesHB 1375
 3303L.01I - Specifies that under the MO HealthNet Program, the successor to the Missouri Medicaid Program, providers can receive enhanced reimbursement for certain services
HB1431Hodges, SteveHB 1431
 3265L.01I - Authorizes the City of Charleston to impose, upon voter approval, a transient guest tax for the promotion of tourism
HB1472Cunningham, JaneCox, StanleyHB 1472
 3711L.02I - Revises the definition of "abortion" and requires an obstetric ultrasound to be conducted prior to the 24-hour waiting period for an abortion
HB1512Kraus, WillDay, DavidHCS HB 1512
 3160L.08C - Changes the laws regarding the sale and theft of scrap metal
HB1524Franz, WardHB 1524
 4091L.01I - Requires the departments of Social Services, Health and Senior Services, Mental Health, and Elementary and Secondary Education to develop a quality rating system for child care facilities
HB1549Onder, BobNolte, JerryCCS SS HCS HB 1549, 1771, 1395 & 2366
 3681L.12T - Changes the laws regarding illegal aliens and immigration status verification
HB1568Hobbs, StevePearce, DavidHB 1568
 3799L.01I - Establishes the Regional Economic Development Initiative which allows tax credits for donations to regional economic development organizations
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"
HB1582Pearce, DavidLeVota, PaulHCS HB 1582 & 1963
 3895L.04C - Changes the laws regarding the telemarketing No-call List and creates the crime of caller identification spoofing
HB1626Emery, EdLembke, JimHCS HB 1626
 4129L.03P - Prohibits certain illegal aliens from receiving public assistance benefits
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
HB1636Jones, KennyRoorda, JeffHB 1636
 3899L.02I - Creates penalties for corporations, persons, and public utilities that violate any law, order, decision, decree, rule, direction, demand, or requirement relating to federally mandated natural gas safety
HB1648Viebrock, JamesHB 1648
 3714L.01I - Changes the laws regarding the impoundment of an animal suspected of being neglected or abused
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
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
HB1689Wilson, KevinSCS HB 1689
 4274S.02T - Transfers the Governor's Council on Disability from the Department of Labor and Industrial Relations to the Office of Administration and provides legislators with a key to access the Capitol dome
HB1690Wilson, KevinSCS HCS HB 1690
 4031S.07T - Allows the Director of the Department of Insurance, Financial Institutions, and Professional Registration to establish rules for submitting required insurance-related filings
HB1706Baker, BrianScavuzzo, LukeHB 1706
 3475L.01P - Allows retirees of the Public School Retirement System of Missouri to teach full time or part time for up to two years without losing their retirement benefits
HB1707Baker, BrianDusenberg, GaryHCS HB 1707
 4167L.02P - Authorizes school districts to enter into design-build contracts for construction projects costing more than $15,000
HB1722Wallace, MaynardJetton, RodSCS HCS HB 1722
 3813S.04C - Changes the laws regarding school employee liability, safety practices, and reporting acts of violence
HB1788Day, DavidWasson, JayHCS HB 1788 & 1882
 4249L.04P - Authorizes an income tax deduction from a taxpayer's Missouri adjusted gross income for 100% of any military retirement income, regardless of age or income
HB1805Schaaf, RobPortwood, CharlesHB 1805
 4350L.01P - Allows enrollees to pay the lower of the co-payment assigned by the health maintenance organization or health insurer or the usual and customary retail price of the prescription drug
HB1810Cooper, ShannonSkaggs, TrentHB 1810
 4268L.01I - Changes the laws regarding sales and use, property, and motor fuel taxes
HB1832Cooper, ShannonScharnhorst, DwightSS SCS HB 1832
 4220S.07F - Establishes the Missouri County Planning Act
HB1849Pratt, BryanCurls, ShalonnHB 1849
 4013L.01T - Changes the laws governing municipal zoning violation remedies
HB1876Cunningham, JaneSCS HCS HB 1876 & 1877
 3964S.03C - Requires the designation of an agent for a binding signature on a placement settlement and makes the five-business-day notice applicable to all special education due process hearings
HB1877Cunningham, JaneHB 1877
 3963L.01I - 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
HB1880Schaaf, RobHCS HB 1880
 4774L.02P - Prohibits any agreement between a health insurance carrier and a licensed health care provider from containing provisions which place certain restrictions on the provider
HB1888Schoeller, ShaneLampe, SaraHCS HB 1888
 4663L.03T - Allows a municipality to annex land within the airport zone of the City of Sprinfield if it agrees to enforce Springfield's zoning ordinance
HB1938Baker, BrianScavuzzo, LukeHB 1938
 4588L.01I - Requires the State Board of Education to establish a rule to mandate parental participation in three teacher conferences each year regarding their child's performance
HB1942Schad, RodneyWallace, MaynardHCS HB 1942
 4375L.03C - Allows an electric supplier to trim, remove, or control trees and vegetation that threaten the safe and reliable operation of electrical service
HB1995Schieffer, EdSchneider, VickiHB 1995
 4799L.01P - Allows a county to become a second classification county upon reaching the required assessed valuation and approval from the governing body
HB1998Johnson, ConnieSchieffer, EdHB 1998
 4726L.01I - Changes the laws regarding adoption records
HB2014Icet, AllenCCS SCS HCS HB 2014
 3014L.04T - Appropriates money for supplemental purposes for several departments, offices of state government,for purchase of equipment,payment of various claims for refunds,for persons,firms,and corporations
HB2019Icet, AllenHB 2019
 3019L.01T - Appropriates money for supplemental purposes for the University of Missouri, for the purchase of equipment, planning, expenses for capital improvements, from funds designated for period ending 5-30-08
HB2027Baker, BrianScavuzzo, LukeHB 2027
 4754L.01I - Authorizes the regulation of quarries in fourth class cities for sanitary purposes
HB2036Nance, BobSmith, JoeHCS HB 2036
 4571L.02T - Requires the Department of Health and Senior Services to equitably distribute to each area agency on aging any additional funds appropriated by the General Assembly for certain elderly services
HB2041Fisher, BarneySCS HCS HB 2041
 4500S.04T - Changes the laws regarding employment
HB2058Pearce, DavidRichard, RonSS SCS HCS HB 2058
 4495S.16T - Changes the laws regarding tax incentives for business development
HB2192Sutherland, MikeHB 2192
 5101L.01I - Changes the laws regarding the review of long-term care facility projects under the Certificate of Need Program
HB2193Robb, EdDougherty, CurtHB 2193
 4982L.01I - Creates the Pharmacy Rebates Fund which will consist of all revenues received from pharmaceutical manufacturer rebates for use by the MO HealthNet Pharmacy Program
HB2194Pratt, BryanHB 2194
 5045L.01I - Defines "certified mail" as it relates to Missouri's laws to include any package or letter carried by a delivery service that offers electronic tracking
HB2195Cunningham, MikeHB 2195
 5161L.01I - Allows members of the reserves of any branch of the United States armed forces to be eligible for a National Guard educational assistance grant
HB2196Cooper, ShannonHB 2196
 5149L.01I - Changes the laws regarding petroleum fuel storage tanks
HB2197Lampe, SaraGeorge, TonyHB 2197
 4166L.01I - Changes the laws regarding the requirements of corporate filings
HB2198Lipke, ScottWilson, KevinHB 2198
 5177L.01I - Allows persons who have exhausted their total lifetime benefits to be eligible for coverage under the Missouri Health Insurance Pool
HB2199Lipke, ScottMuschany, T.HB 2199
 4314L.02I - Lowers the Missouri individual income tax rates and increases the federal tax deduction for the individual income tax
HB2200Zimmerman, JakeNance, BobHB 2200
 5088L.02I - Authorizes the Secretary of State to administratively cancel a certificate of limited partnership under certain conditions
HB2201Kelly, VanHB 2201
 4373L.02I - Changes the laws regarding the assessment and collection of volunteer fire protection association fees
HB2202Kelly, VanHB 2202
 5126L.01P - Authorizes the Personnel Advisory Board to establish specific pay parameters for custody personnel in the Department of Corrections based on job hazards, years of service, and staffing requirements
HB2203Pratt, BryanPearce, DavidHB 2203
 5047L.01I - Establishes the Consumer Protection Against Computer Spyware Act
HB2204Ervin, DougSCS HCS HB 2204
 4831S'.06C - Changes the laws regarding the nomination of certain beneficiaries in the Public School Retirement System of Missouri and the Public Education Employee Retirement System of Missouri
HB2205Sutherland, MikeCooper, ShannonHB 2205
 4491L.01I - Creates the crimes of operation of a vehicle causing injury, operation of a vehicle causing serious injury, and operation of a vehicle causing death
HB2206Sutherland, MikeCooper, ShannonHCS HB 2206
 4492L.02P - Requires the Department of Transportation to provide full consideration for bicyclists, pedestrians, disabled persons, and transit users in its plans, programs, and projects
HB2207Hoskins, TheodoreHubbard, RodneyHB 2207
 4670L.02I - Establishes the HCH Scholarship Program which authorizes a tax credit for contributions to an educational assistance organization
HB2208Stream, RickFisher, BarneyHB 2208
 5144L.01I - Exempts any advance refund received from the federal Economic Stimulus Act of 2008 from the Missouri individual income tax
HB2209Smith, JasonHB 2209
 4657L.01I - Specifies that licensed ambulances must not be treated as common or contract carriers under the jurisdiction of the Highways and Transportation Commission
HB2210Jones, TimothyTilley, StevenHCS HB 2210
 4857L.04C - Changes the laws regarding the Open Meetings and Records Law, commonly known as the Sunshine Law
HB2211Harris, JeffPage, SamHB 2211
 5044L.01I - Changes the laws regarding state contracts and public works projects
HB2212Wasson, JayHB 2212
 5106L.01I - Changes the laws regarding statutory liens on real estate
HB2213Kraus, WillMuschany, T.HB 2213
 3161L.02T - Requires the Governor to issue a proclamation annually designating the second week of September as Parent and Family Involvement in Education Week
HB2214Cooper, ShannonHB 2214
 5084L.01I - Increases the maximum allowable total gross weight of vehicles traveling on non-interstate roads from 80,000 to 85,500 pounds
HB2215Flook, TimDay, DavidHB 2215
 5016L.01I - Increases the annual cap on the amount of tax credits the Department of Economic Development may issue for the Quality Jobs Program from $40 million to $60 million
HB2216Bringer, RachelHB 2216
 3778L.02I - Makes criminal background checks for teachers and other school personnel valid for one year, even if they move from one district to another or there is a change in the type of teacher certification
HB2217Threlkeld, KevinHB 2217
 4561L.01I - Establishes the Missouri Pharmacy Benefits Managers' Fair Trade Practice Act which specifies guidelines for pharmacy benefit managers
HB2218Lipke, ScottLembke, JimHB 2218
 4202L.02I - Transfers the administration of the Missouri Consolidated Health Care Plan from the board of trustees to the Office of Administration
HB2219Lampe, SaraLowe, JeneeHB 2219
 3876L.01I - Adds the gifted education pupil count to the calculation of weighted average attendance for the school foundation formula
HB2220Lampe, SaraSchoemehl, SueHB 2220
 3875L.01I - Adds the gifted education pupil count to the calculation of weighted average daily attendance for the school foundation formula by counting each gifted student as an extra student
HB2221St. Onge, NealHB 2221
 4175L.01I - Revises the definition of "commercial aircraft" as it relates to the taxation of aircraft by lowering the maximum certified gross take-off weight from 7,000 to 1,000 pounds
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
HCR7Pearce, DavidNolte, JerryHCR 7
 3395L.01I - Encourages students and faculty to promote international education at Missouri colleges and universities
HCR8Scavuzzo, LukeHCR 8
 3172L.01I - Recognizes March 2008 as "Hydrocephalus Awareness Month" in Missouri
HCR19Sander, ThereseGrisamore, JeffHCR 19
 4378L.01I - Endorses the "Deaf and Hard of Hearing Children's Bill of Rights"
HCR21Smith, JoeNance, BobHCS HCR 21
 4573L.03C - Supports the Department of Health and Senior Services' efforts to reform the current funding formula for the senior nutrition program to more effectively meet the needs of seniors
HCR23Dixon, BobMoore, DanieHCR 23
 4832L.01I - Declares February 6th of each year to be "Ronald Reagan Day" in Missouri
HJR63Dethrow, MikeBrown, JasonHJR 63
 4451L.01I - Proposes a constitutional amendment requiring a four-sevenths majority for voter approval of initiative petitions relating to harvesting bird, fish, game, wildlife, or forestry resources
SB724Scott, DelbertCCS HCS SCS SB 724
 3351S.06T - Gives advanced practice registered nurses prescriptive authority for scheduled drugs
SB801Ridgeway, LuannSB 801
 3318S.01T - Increases the maximum amount of compensation which the Kansas City Board of Police Commissioners may pay officers
SB820Rupp, ScottHCS SB 820
 3496L.03C - Allows a county, after meeting the required assessed valuation, to become a second class county upon a vote of the governing body to change classifications
SB845Rupp, ScottHCS SB 845
 3502L.02C - Prohibits local governments from annexing certain state-owned land for the purpose of establishing contiguity to other land for annexation
SB907Engler, KevinHCS SCS SB 907
 3580L.06T - Modifies provisions pertaining to petroleum fuel storage tanks
SB931Purgason, ChuckCCS HCS SS SCS SB 931
 4116S.14T - Prohibits the Department of Agriculture from participating in the National Animal Identification System (NAIS) without specific statutory authorization to do so
SB935Griesheimer, JohnSCS SB 935
 4385S.05P - Creates the "Deputy Sheriff Salary Supplementation Fund", consisting of money generated by a $10 fee collected for serving civil summons and subpoena
SB943Clemens, DanHCS SB 943
 4179L.02C - Allows cities to annex land within airport zones in Greene County if cities agree to enforce Springfield's airport zoning ordinance
SB958Goodman, JackHCS SB 958
 3859L.03T - Allows rural electric cooperatives to manage vegetation within specified areas to ensure reliable service
SB1038Shields, CharlesSB 1038
 4464S.01T - Repeals campaign contribution limits and modifies reporting requirements
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