94th General Assembly, 2nd Regular Session
Past Activity Registers
For Actions Recorded on: February 21, 2008

BillSponsorCoSponsorBill String
 Bill Information
HB1314Cunningham, JaneNieves, BrianSCS HCS HB 1314
 3283S.08C - Requires annual background checks on some school employees, adds certain offenses to the list for which a teacher certification may be revoked, and removes the statute of limitations for certain sex crimes
HB1321Sutherland, MikeFaith, SallySCS HCS HB 1321 & 1695
 3243S.07C - Increases the property tax relief for senior citizens' program known as circuit breaker and extends the date for the deposit of a percentage of property tax collections into county assessment funds
HB1332Sater, DavidWallace, MaynardSCS HCS HB 1332
 3027S.06C - Changes the laws regarding pharmacies and pharmacy benefits
HB1345Portwood, CharlesZimmerman, JakeHB 1345
 3304L.01I - Increases the cap for the income tax credits available to certain individuals for the costs of modifications to a home in order for it to be accessible for a disabled person who resides with them
HB1348Portwood, CharlesDarrough, BruceHB 1348
 3695L.01P - Repeals the requirements that the St. Louis Board of Police Commissioners establish the Bertillon system of identification of criminals and employ assistance to conduct and manage the department
HB1376Portwood, CharlesKomo, SamHB 1376
 3301L.01I - Establishes the Missouri Universal Red Light Enforcement Act which allows political entities to establish automated photo red light enforcement systems to detect red light signal violations
HB1384Cox, StanleyFisher, BarneySS SCS HB 1384 & HB 2157
 3562S.06T - Changes the laws regarding identity protection and gives identity theft victims the right to have an incident report filed by their law enforcement agency and receive a copy of the report
HB1408Deeken, BillHB 1408
 3678L.01I - Creates the Fund for the Reduction of Alcohol-Related Problems and Underage Drinking to be used for prevention, treatment, and recovery of alcohol-related problems and alcohol-related traffic safety
HB1409Deeken, BillDay, DavidHB 1409
 3163L.02I - Allows persons who have been convicted more than twice of driving while intoxicated to obtain an ignition interlock restricted license for a one-year period if the person meets certain requirements
HB1410Flook, TimPratt, BryanHB 1410
 3724L.01P - Increases the maximum amount of compensation that various officers employed by the Kansas City Police Department may receive
HB1438Kelly, VanHCS HB 1438
 3969L.03C - Allows all United States residents access to lands owned, managed, or funded by the state for the purpose of riding horses or mules under certain conditions
HB1463Nolte, JerryFisher, BarneySCS HCS#2 HB 1463
 3748S.05C - Prohibits the enrollment of unlawfully present aliens in public institutions of higher education
HB1466Nolte, JerryOnder, BobHB 1466
 3752L.01I - Requires tax statements to be mailed to all resident taxpayers at least 45 days before the delinquent date
HB1477Cunningham, JaneCooper, RobertHB 1477
 3532L.01I - Establishes the Teacher Bill of Rights Act which prohibits teacher associations from using payroll deductions for disbursement to a committee without written consent
HB1490Deeken, BillHB 1490
 3907L.01P - Changes the laws regarding the Missouri Local Government Employees' Retirement System
HB1493Bruns, MarkHCS HB 1493 & 1594
 3962L.04C - Changes the laws regarding crime and crime prevention
HB1530Smith, JoeJones, KennyHB 1530
 3660L.01I - Allows criminal charges to be filed against a mother who intentionally used or ingested an illegal controlled substance while she was pregnant which resulted in harm to her unborn child
HB1532Davis, CynthiaSCS HB 1532
 4017S.03C - Allows motorcycle headlamps to be wired to modulate either the upper beam or lower beam from its maximum intensity to lesser intensity and establishes modulation standards
HB1539Jones, TimothyPage, SamHB 1539
 3209L.01I - Protects individuals and media entities from being required to disclose news sources or certain information
HB1570Franz, WardSCS HB 1570
 3143S.03T - Adds the services of guardians ad litem to the priority list when a family court is determining how to spend moneys in the county family services and justice fund
HB1572Franz, WardHB 1572
 4170L.01P - Defines "unknown father" as it relates to adoption, guardianship, and termination of parental rights and specifies that written consent is not required from an unknown father to terminate parental rights
HB1574Jones, KennyParson, MikeHB 1574
 4018L.02P - Increases the death benefit of an active member of the Sheriffs' Retirement System
HB1584Loehner, TomBivins, WaltHB 1584
 3588L.01I - Changes the laws regarding the collection of various Air Conservation Commission permit fees related to air quality
HB1596May, BobWallace, MaynardHB 1596
 3037L.01I - Specifies additional requirements for proposed land use changes on land owned by the University of Missouri
HB1608Ervin, DougHB 1608
 4219L.01T - Authorizes counties to preserve electronic images of original cancelled checks instead of the actual check
HB1610Cooper, RobertSchad, RodneyHB 1610
 3903L.01I - Changes the laws regarding the operation of certain vessels on any lake in the state and the requirements for owners of boat docks on certain lakes
HB1611Dixon, BobWasson, JayHCS HB 1611
 4146L.02P - Establishes a children's bill of courtroom rights that applies to all children testifying in court
HB1627Portwood, CharlesDeeken, BillHB 1627
 4089L.01I - Renames the Division of Mental Retardation and Developmental Disabilities within the Department of Mental Health to the Division of Developmental Disabilities
HB1629Dixon, BobSchoeller, ShaneHB 1629
 4147L.01I - Authorizes the appointment of an additional circuit court judge in the 31st Judicial Circuit in Greene County
HB1640Schoeller, ShaneCooper, RobertSCS HB 1640
 3029S.05T - Establishes the Debbi Daniel Law which disallows court-ordered adoption decrees or a adoptive parents' or adoptee's request for a new birth certificate changing the name of a birth parent in an adoption
HB1645Onder, BobNieves, BrianHB 1645
 3635L.01I - Allows full deductibility from state income tax of all federal income tax liability without a reduction for tax credits claimed
HB1649Franz, WardNieves, BrianHCS HB 1649
 3140L.02P - Restricts the driver's license of a registered sexual offender to no more than one year and revokes the license if the offender fails to register as required by law
HB1695Zweifel, CharlesQuinn, PaulHB 1695
 4085L.01I - Changes the laws regarding the senior citizen/disabled person property tax credit, commonly known as circuit breaker
HB1708Pollock, DarrellHB 1708
 4485L.01I - Increases the penalty for certain commercial drivers who are convicted of operating a commercial vehicle under the influence of alcohol or drugs from a class B to a class A misdemeanor
HB1710Flook, TimHB 1710
 4488L.01T - Changes the laws regarding disability benefits for the Police Retirement System of Kansas City and the Civilian Employees' Retirement System of the Police Department of Kansas City
HB1711Weter, RayWasson, JaySCS HB 1711
 4267S.05C - Requires Christian County to appoint an emergency services board upon voter approval of a county sales tax for central dispatching of emergency services
HB1715Schad, RodneyCooper, RobertSCS HCS HB 1715
 4105S.05T - Changes the laws regarding watercraft and intoxication-related traffic offenses
HB1727Bivins, WaltHolsman, JasonHB 1727
 4183L.01I - Establishes the Night Sky Protection Act to reduce the amount of light emitted into the night sky to near natural levels for specified protected places
HB1739Moore, DanieLampe, SaraHB 1739
 4098L.01I - Authorizes the licensure of prescribing psychologists
HB1761Storch, RachelOxford, Jeanette MottHB 1761
 4233L.01I - Changes the laws regarding initiative and referendum petitions
HB1764Parson, MikeHB 1764
 4484L.02I - Transfers the powers to adopt the county schedule of fines and participation in the Missouri Fine Collection Center from the county associate circuit judges to the county appointing authority
HB1789Lembke, JimPortwood, CharlesHB 1789
 4292L.01I - Prohibits St. Louis County from enacting charter provisions governing waste collection in unincorporated areas of the county
HB1795Pollock, DarrellSmith, JasonHB 1795
 4545L.01I - Creates the crime of endangering the welfare of an unborn child and allows any healthcare provider to make a report to the appropriate law enforcement agency of suspected drug use by a pregnant woman
HB1806Schaaf, RobMcGhee, MikeHB 1806
 4349L.01I - Limits the Certificate of Need Program to long-term care facilities
HB1815Portwood, CharlesHB 1815
 4664L.01I - Clarifies the fees for copying patient care medical records and establishes the maximum amount for the combination of the notary and certification fee
HB1851Thomson, MikeNolte, JerryHB 1851
 4603L.01P - Allows the Department of Labor and Industrial Relations to establish rules to implement the federal minimum wage provisions and adds provisions regarding employees who receive tips
HB1852Smith, JoeFunderburk, DougHB 1852
 4506L.01I - Changes the laws regarding the crimes of harassment and stalking and adds them to the list of crimes schools must report to law enforcement
HB1854Bivins, WaltMunzlinger, BrianHCS HB 1854
 3889L.04C - Changes the laws regarding natural resources
HB1866Scavuzzo, LukeBaker, JudyHB 1866
 4478L.01I - Requires the Department of Revenue to award fee office contracts with a priority given to school districts and charitable organizations over individuals in a competitive bid process
HB1867Scavuzzo, LukeHB 1867
 3173L.02I - Authorizes the City of Harrisonville to impose a sales tax of up to 0.5% for the operation of public safety departments
HB1874Cunningham, JaneHB 1874
 3536L.01I - Allows the State Board of Education to award a teaching certificate for banking and personal finance to certain individuals
HB1882Kraus, WillNance, BobHB 1882
 4601L.01I - Authorizes an individual income tax credit for military retirement benefits
HB1886Scharnhorst, DwightSelf, TomHCS#2 HB 1886
 4675L.04C - Establishes Bryce's Law which authorizes a tax credit for individuals who donate to a scholarship-granting organization if the donation is not claimed on their federal income tax return
HB1889Meadows, TimHarris, BelindaHB 1889
 4311L.01I - Requires the State Highway Patrol to provide a real-time electronic log book to all pharmacies to enter sales of pseudoephedrine products
HB1891Stream, RickFisher, BarneyHB 1891
 3959L.01I - Requires all school districts to have physical education programs
HB1918Brandom, EllenSwinger, TerryHB 1918
 4558L.01I - Creates the Missouri Catastrophe Fund to help protect property and casualty insurers against insolvencies caused by earthquakes
HB1933Schaaf, RobThrelkeld, KevinHCS#2 HB 1933,1375,1662,1816,1940,1971,2240,2313,2423
 4824L.04C - Changes the laws regarding health care
HB1935May, BobWildberger, EdHB 1935
 4707L.01I - Establishes guidelines and specific educational requirements for surgical technologists
HB1956Bivins, WaltMunzlinger, BrianHB 1956
 4610L.01P - Creates the Pesticide Fee Fund for the deposit of annual pesticide registration fees for the administration of programs within the Bureau of Pesticide Control in the Department of Agriculture
HB1957Hughes IV, LeonardCurls, ShalonnHB 1957
 4782L.01P - Establishes the Duty Free Zone Act, upon voter approval of a constitutional amendment, to authorize the creation of tax-free or reduced-tax zones
HB1972Franz, WardSCS HB 1972
 4886S.02C - Prohibits any additional nonprofit educational associations or organizations from becoming members of the Public School Retirement System or the Public Education Employee Retirement System
HB1973Franz, WardSCS HB 1973
 4885S.02C - Allows the Public School Retirement System of Missouri and the Public Education Employee Retirement System to protect and indemnify any trustee or employee under certain conditions
HB1982Thomson, MikeMunzlinger, BrianHB 1982
 4524L.02I - Removes the six-month residency requirement to be eligible for a concealed carry endorsement
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
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
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
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
HB2068Wasson, JayHCS HB 2068
 4863L.03P - Changes the laws regarding the licensure of physical therapists and physical therapy assistants
HB2079Stream, RickSutherland, MikeHB 2079
 4841L.02I - Changes the laws regarding property taxation
HB2081Dougherty, CurtSS SCS HB 2081
 4865S.04F - Revises the definition of "practice of embalming"
HB2082Dougherty, CurtHCS HB 2082
 4991L.03P - Changes the laws regarding the State Board of Cosmetology and Barber Examiners
HB2110Dixon, BobMoore, DanieHCS HB 2110
 4423L.02C - Prohibits any governing authority, board, commission, or the personnel of a political subdivision from preventing the display of founding documents with religious content in public
HB2115Salva, RayWildberger, EdHB 2115
 5014L.01I - Authorizes the City of Sugar Creek to impose, upon voter approval, a transient guest tax for tourism
HB2129Baker, BrianErvin, DougHB 2129
 5040L.01I - Changes the laws regarding the Small Business Regulatory Fairness Board
HB2132Smith, JasonBringer, RachelHB 2132
 4578L.01I - Allows law enforcement agencies to share certain information on juveniles from their records with other law enforcement agencies
HB2135Bivins, WaltHB 2135
 5064L.01I - Changes the laws regarding the issuance of grants and loans to the City of St. Louis and any first classification county by the Department of Natural Resources for storm water control
HB2136Moore, DanieHB 2136
 4422L.01I - Authorizes an income tax credit for certain donations to public school foundations
HB2147Skaggs, TrentLampe, SaraHCS HB 2147
 5128L.02C - Increases from $600 to $800 per household per fiscal year the maximum amount of financial assistance an eligible household can receive for heating and cooling expenses from the Utilicare Stabilization Fund
HB2148Emery, EdDarrough, BruceHB 2148
 4996L.01I - Changes the laws regarding the membership of the Elevator Safety Board within the Department of Public Safety
HB2150Baker, BrianHB 2150
 5091L.01I - Authorizes counties to impose, upon voter approval, a sales tax for the purpose of funding the operation of public safety departments
HB2174Quinn, JohnPearce, DavidHCS HB 2174
 5042L.03C - Changes the laws regarding the Large Animal Veterinary Medicine Loan Repayment Program and the Large Animal Veterinary Student Loan Program
HB2190Nasheed, JamilahTilley, StevenHB 2190
 4339L.01I - Phases out over a six-year period the state sales and use tax on the purchase of food and replaces the revenue with a sales tax on the purchase of beer, wine, and liquor
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
HB2222Smith, JoeHB 2222
 5155L.01I - Renames the Guard at Home Program to the Hero at Home Program, extends the time period for assistance to spouses, and expands the assistance of finding work to certain returning reservists
HB2223Pratt, BryanHB 2223
 4902L.01I - Creates the crimes of assault of an employee of a mass transit system while in the scope of his or her duties in the first, second, and third degrees
HB2224Jones, KennyNance, BobCCS SS SCS HB 2224
 4606L.08T - Creates the Deputy Sheriff Salary Supplementation Fund and revises continuing education requirements for peace officers
HB2225Robb, EdDixon, BobHB 2225
 4416L.01I - Adds the costs of gifted education programs back into the school foundation formula as categorical funding
HB2226Muschany, T.HB 2226
 5211L.01P - Clarifies that married taxpayers filing jointly may deduct up to $16,000 in contributions to the Missouri Higher Education Savings Program from their taxable income
HB2227Wilson, KevinNance, BobHB 2227
 4710L.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
HB2228Wilson, KevinMcGhee, MikeHB 2228
 4933L.01I - Requires the registration of home inspectors with the Secretary of State
HB2229Page, SamSchaaf, RobHB 2229
 5178L.01I - Requires health insurers to provide coverage for ancillary medical services for outpatient diagnostic screenings and surgical intervention services when medically necessary
HB2230Page, SamTalboy, MikeHB 2230
 5095L.01I - Requires immunizations for certain school children for the human papillomavirus at the option of the child's parent or guardian
HB2231Cooper, ShannonHB 2231
 4482L.03I - Changes the laws regarding campaign contributions by removing certain contribution limits and the prohibition of certain contributions while the General Assembly is in session
HB2232Cooper, ShannonHB 2232
 5232L.01I - Limits the number of excursion gambling boat operator licenses issued by the Missouri Gaming Commission to a total of 13
HB2233Page, SamLeVota, PaulHB 2233
 3425L.02T - Prohibits an employee or official of any political subdivision from seeking a political appointment in exchange for anything of value to any political subdivision
HB2234Page, SamTalboy, MikeHB 2234
 3427L.01I - Authorizes an exemption from motor fuel tax on fuel used for school buses to be deposited into a fund for the school district to purchase or lease buses equipped with lap-shoulder safety belts
HB2235Komo, SamDarrough, BruceHB 2235
 3836L.02I - Requires the Joint Committee on Terrorism, Bioterrorism, and Homeland Security to include the feasibility of compiling information relevant to enforcement issues in their studies
HB2236Komo, SamDarrough, BruceHB 2236
 4243L.01I - Requires the Office of Administration to conduct random audits of certain contractors and subcontractors performing publicly funded construction projects
HB2237Komo, SamSchieffer, EdHB 2237
 4011L.01I - Prohibits any person from transporting, moving, attempting to transport, concealing, harboring, or sheltering any illegal alien in this state
HB2238Schad, RodneyFisher, BarneyHB 2238
 4554L.01I - Allows any person holding a valid turkey permit to hunt wild turkeys without affixing a safety sticker to his or her shotgun
HB2239Stevenson, BryanHCS HB 2239
 5206L.02C - Specifies that any lien claiming to secure the payment of a transfer fee convenant on real estate recorded in Missouri on or after September 1, 2008, will be void and unenforceable
HB2240Stevenson, BryanHB 2240
 4883L.02I - Requires the Department of Health and Senior Services to establish rules governing the use of switch communications that recommend a patient to switch from a current medication to a different one
HB2241Stevenson, BryanHB 2241
 5083L.02I - Changes the laws regarding merchandising practices, the requirements for maintaining an action for unlawful merchandising practices, and the qualifications of expert witnesses in civil actions
HB2242Cooper, RobertGuest, JimHB 2242
 4569L.01I - Creates a civil penalty and a cause of action for damages for coerced subcutaneous implantation of an identification device
HB2243Curls, ShalonnTilley, StevenHB 2243
 4978L.02I - Establishes the Missouri Fibromyalgia Awareness Initiative Program and allows a health care professional with prescriptive authority to override certain restrictions on medications for fibromyalgia patients
HB2244Page, SamHB 2244
 5207L.01I - Renames the Intractable Pain Treatment Act to the Pain Treatment Act and removes the term "intractable pain" from its provisions
HB2245Robb, EdBivins, WaltHB 2245
 4770L.01I - Authorizes fire protection district boards to delegate certain powers to the fire chief and to rescind that delegation upon a majority vote of the board
HB2246Robb, EdBivins, WaltHB 2246
 3308L.02I - Decreases the corporate income tax rate to 5.5% and requires the sales factor to be multiplied by three for the purpose of calculating the apportionment of corporate income
HB2247Nolte, JerrySilvey, RyanHB 2247
 5004L.01I - Exempts certain local sales taxes imposed for public transporation in the City of Kansas City from being used in tax increment financing or redevelopment projects
HB2248Deeken, BillRuestman, MarilynHB 2248
 5174L.01I - Changes the laws regarding the use of credit information when underwriting insurance contracts and prohibits insurers from taking adverse actions based on a person's credit report or insurance score
HB2249Onder, BobHB 2249
 4705L.01I - Authorizes a tax credit for qualified research costs paid by a qualified Missouri business
HB2250Sutherland, MikeKraus, WillHCS HB 2250
 5100L.02P - Establishes the Show-Me Green Tax Holiday Act which authorizes a state sales and use tax exemption on the purchase of certain energy efficient products each year and a sales tax holiday each June
HB2251St. Onge, NealHB 2251
 4079L.01I - Changes the laws regarding commercial driver's licenses and the transport of hazardous materials
HB2252St. Onge, NealHB 2252
 4080L.01I - Changes the laws regarding commercial driver's licenses
HB2253St. Onge, NealHB 2253
 4081L.03I - Changes the laws regarding motor vehicles, trailers, vessels, outboard motors, and aircraft
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
HCR19Sander, ThereseGrisamore, JeffHCR 19
 4378L.01I - Endorses the "Deaf and Hard of Hearing Children's Bill of Rights"
HCR25Pratt, BryanTilley, StevenHCR 25
 5093L.01I - Urges Congress and the Consumer Product Safety Commission to immediately strengthen the regulations regarding furniture and major appliances with a tip-over hazard
HCR26Dixon, BobNolte, JerryHCR 26
 3942L.03I - Encourages the Governor and the Department of Elementary and Secondary Education to secure additional funding for fine arts education in this state
HCR27Curls, ShalonnTilley, StevenHCS HCR 27
 4977L.02C - Supports the establishment of the Missouri Fibromyalgia Awareness Initiative Program within the Department of Health and Senior Services
HJR43Portwood, CharlesLembke, JimSCS HCS HJR 43
 3299S.04C - Proposes a constitutional amendment altering the rollback requirement for the Hancock Amendment
HJR55McGhee, MikeDay, DavidHCS HJR 55
 4074L.02P - Proposes a constitutional amendment guaranteeing a citizen's First Amendment right to pray on public property and reaffirming a citizen's right to choose any or no religion
HJR59Bruns, MarkNieves, BrianHJR 59
 4431L.01I - Proposes a constitutional amendment exempting from taxation the personal property of residents who are on active military duty
HJR70Icet, AllenDay, DavidHCS HJR 70
 4904L.04P - Proposes a constitutional amendment prohibiting appropriations in any fiscal year from exceeding certain limits
HJR71Fisher, BarneyJetton, RodHCS HJR 71
 4064L.02P - Proposes a constitutional amendment authorizing a sales tax for funding veterans' homes, services, and programs and constitutionally establishes the Missouri Veterans' Commission
SB718Kennedy, HarryCCS HCS#2 SS SCS SB 718
 3497S.10T - Modifies provisions of certain tax credit programs administered by the Department of Economic Development
SB724Scott, DelbertCCS HCS SCS SB 724
 3351S.06T - Gives advanced practice registered nurses prescriptive authority for scheduled drugs
SB762Wilson, YvonneHCS SB 762
 3104L.03C - Modifies the definition of "bullying" as used in school district antibullying policies to include cyberbullying and electronic communications
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
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
SB1038Shields, CharlesSB 1038
 4464S.01T - Repeals campaign contribution limits and modifies reporting requirements
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