92nd General Assembly, 1st Regular Session
Past Activity Registers
For Actions Recorded on: February 24, 2003

BillSponsorCoSponsorBill String
 Bill Information
HB13Bearden, CarlCCS SCS HCS HB 13
 0013S.03T - Appropriates money for real property leases, related services, utilities, systems furniture, and structural modifications for the several departments of state government.
 0014L.01I - Appropriates money for emergency operations in the Office of Administration.
HB15Bearden, CarlCCS SCS HCS HB 15
 0015S.03T - Appropriates money for supplemental purposes.
HB157Johnson, RickHarris, JeffHB 157
 0726L.01I - Removes certain exemptions in the telemarketing No-Call Law.
HB221Luetkemeyer, WilliamPearce, DavidSCS HCS HB 221
 0997S.03T - Revises laws on banking.
HB245Marsh, B JWright, MarkHCS HB 245
 0993L.02T - Designates a portion of U.S. Highway 60 as the "Korea War Veterans' Memorial Freeway".
HB254Byrd, RichardHB 254
 1206L.01T - Creates the Uniform Electronics Transactions Act.
HB288Jetton, RodSchaaf, RobSCS HCS HB 288
 0736S.08C - Establishes the Priority Schools Trust Fund and revises other school laws.
HB401Pratt, BryanBearden, CarlSS#2 SCS HB 401
 1552S.08T - Allows the Board of Public Buildings to issue $400 million in revenue bonds.
HB412Goodman, JackWasson, JayCCS SS HB 412
 0561S.01P - Revises lobbying and campaign finance laws.
HB519Bivins, WaltIcet, AllenHB 519
 1496L.01I - Creates environmental audit privileges.
HB520Parker, ShermanHB 520
 1719L.01I - Creates the Nurse Licensure Act.
HB521Dethrow, MikeLeVota, PaulSCS HB 521
 1809S.02T - Authorizes gifts or other grants to be made to the Missouri Fire Education Trust Fund.
HB522Dixon, BobWalker, VickiHB 522
 1597L.01I - Regulates the licensing and registration of naturopathic physicians.
HB523Dusenberg, GaryCrawford, LarryHB 523
 1388L.01T - Revises gaming licensing requirements concerning criminal history checks.
HB524Dusenberg, GaryCrawford, LarryHB 524
 1387L.01I - Makes gambling boat admission fees subject to all the provisions relating to other sales and use taxes including the assessment of interest on late fees.
HB525Byrd, RichardHB 525
 1615L.01I - Modifies various provisions regarding the rights of shareholders, officers, and directors of corporations.
HB526Jackson, JackieIcet, AllenHB 526
 1788L.01I - Allows local school boards to permit the posting of certain historical documents regardless of religious content.
HB527Myers, PeterBlack, LanieHB 527
 1859L.01I - Allows certain aluminum smelting facilities to purchase electrical power on the open market.
HB528Sutherland, MikeWilson, VictoriaHB 528
 1479L.01I - Requires notice for mobile home owners to vacate.
HB529Sutherland, MikePearce, DavidHB 529
 1705L.01I - Revises the powers and duties of the State Board of Education.
HB530Schaaf, RobHarris, JeffHB 530
 1537L.03I - Requires health insurance coverage for Phase I and II clinical trials for cancer treatment in addition to the current coverage for Phase III and IV clinical trials for cancer treatment.
HB531Parker, ShermanHilgemann, RobertHB 531
 1823L.01I - Allows the board of education for the St. Louis City school district to adopt a resolution raising the mandatory attendance age to seventeen.
HB532Zweifel, CharlesWhorton, JimHB 532
 1752L.01I - Amends various provisions regarding property insurance and changes the name of the Basic Property Insurance Inspection and Placement Program to the FAIR Plan.
HB533Zweifel, CharlesCorcoran, MichaelHB 533
 1196L.02I - Creates whistleblower protection for private sector employees.
HB534Muckler, MatthewHaywood, EstherHB 534
 1670L.01I - Requires medically therapeutic circumcisions to be covered under the state Medicaid program and, if funded, nontherapeutic, elective or routine circumcisions in a nondiscriminatory manner.
HB535Threlkeld, KevinHB 535
 1540L.01I - Designates the gray bat as the official flying mammal of Missouri.
HB536Bishop, DanielLeVota, PaulHB 536
 1789L.01I - Limits the disclosure of nonpublic personal health information.
HB537Dixon, BobIcet, AllenHB 537
 1598L.01I - Prohibits convicted felons from registering to vote unless pardoned or the sentence is commuted.
HB538Dixon, BobViebrock, JamesHB 538
 1601L.01I - Revises the statute on law enforcement records by prohibiting release of the name of a law enforcement officer who was the subject of an investigation or complaint unless disciplinary action was taken
HB539Dixon, BobViebrock, JamesHB 539
 1600L.01I - Gives victims the right to be present at all criminal justice proceedings even if such victim is called or may be called to testify as a witness in the case.
HB540Schneider, VickiDeeken, BillHB 540
 1550L.01I - Exempts continuing care retirement communities from the certificate of need law.
HB541Willoughby, PhillipHB 541
 1869L.01I - Allows the Public Service Commission to consider the ability to pay in setting utility rates and to establish programs for low-income residents.
HB542Campbell, MarshaLowe, JeneeHB 542
 1797L.01I - Creates a commission to study the death penalty and imposes a temporary moratorium on executions.
HB543LeVota, PaulDougherty, CurtHB 543
 1786L.01I - Places restrictions on the original licensure of acute care hospitals.
HB544Brooks, SharonHB 544
 0742L.01I - Allows recall elections for Kansas City School Board members.
HB545Walker, VickiJohnson, RobertHB 545
 1521L.01I - Creates "TJ's Law" which requires the Department of Public Safety to license and regulate surety recovery agents.
HB546Villa, ThomasDaus, MikeHB 546
 1863L.01I - Removes prohibition against individuals running for school board in metropolitan districts from being related to an employee of the school district.
HCR19Shoemaker, ChristoperHCR 19
 1895L.01I - Urges the federal government to enhance the current missile defense system to protect the United States from weapons of mass destruction.
HJR16Brown, JasonShoemaker, ChristoperHJR 16
 1353L.01I - Proposes a constitutional amendment exempting from taxation property owned by veterans' organizations.
HJR17Threlkeld, KevinHJR 17
 1669L.02I - Proposes a constitutional amendment allocating all sales tax revenue on motor vehicles and trailers for highway and transportation use.
HJR18Shoemaker, ChristoperMunzlinger, BrianHJR 18
 1651L.01I - Proposes a constitutional amendment increasing the minimum percentage of state general revenue appropriated for public schools.
SB18Yeckel, AnitaSCS SB 18
 0448S.08C - Clarifies contribution limits for federally qualified higher education savings programs.
SB55Nodler, GarySS#2 SCS SB 55
 0260S.11T - Renames Missouri Southern State College.
SB63Caskey, HaroldSB 63
 0101S.01T - Makes rulings on termination of parental rights final for purposes of appeal.
SB130Gross, CharlesHCS SCS SB 130
 0317L.05T - Authorizes conveyance of state property in St. Charles County.
SB173Quick, EdwardHS HCS SB 173
 0411L.05F - Modifies initial term of office for certain fire protection district directors.
SB194Scott, DelbertSCS SB 194 & 189
 0684S.02T - Requires Indian tribes to act as employers under Unemployment Compensation Law.
SB215Foster, BillSCS SB 215
 0762S.02P - Alters the conditions by which a school district may transfer moneys from the incidental fund to the capital projects fund.
SB228Griesheimer, JohnHCS SB 228
 0643L.03T - Authorizes the City of Warrenton and Shannon County to levy a transient guest tax.
SB232Cauthorn, JohnSB 232
 0895S.01T - Authorizes conveyance of state property in Thousand Hills State Park.
SB235Quick, EdwardSB 235
 0715S.01T - Considers the value of a redevelopment area when calculating local indebtedness limit.
SB246Steelman, SarahHS HCS SCS SB 246
 0728L.10F - Modifies provisions for PSC residency, staffing and ex parte communications.
SB255Kinder, PeterSB 255
 0896L.01T - Prohibits the Public Service Commission from regulating certain consumer-owned electric corporations.
SB266Shields, CharlesHCS SB 266
 1024L.02T - Requires the Department of Mental Health to develop a plan to address the needs of persons with developmental disabilities who are on waitlists for services.
SB282Shields, CharlesSB 282
 1039S.01T - Changes the maximum time a county commission may issue a lease or concession grant for certain public facilities.
SB299Champion, NormaCCS HS SCS SB 299 & 40
 0682S.11T - Requires performance-based budgeting and requires new state government programs to expire after six years.
SB436Klindt, DavidSCS SB 436
 1371S.06C - Revises provisions for the issuance of tobacco securitization bonds.
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