93rd General Assembly, 1st Regular Session
Past Activity Registers
For Actions Recorded on: February 24, 2005

BillSponsorCoSponsorBill String
 Bill Information
HB47Brown, JasonDusenberg, GarySCS HCS HB 47
 0241S.03T - Requires consolidated public library district trustees to reside within the district as well as in the county they represent on the board
HB56Threlkeld, KevinBehnen, RobertHCS HB 56
 0254L.04T - Exempts certain programs established by pharmaceutical companies from providing assistance to patients from certain prohibited financial incentive practices
HB127Bivins, WaltWildberger, EdHB 127
 0075L.01T - Limits to one per calendar week the number of attendance fees that fire protection district board members can receive
HB141Bringer, RachelHB 141
 0668L.01I - Allows nursing home districts to establish assisted living facilities in third classification counties
HB160Harris, BelindaPage, SamHB 160
 0675L.01I - Authorizes minimum pay for certain corrections personnel
HB169Meadows, TimFraser, BarbaraHB 169
 0190L.01I - Closes the drug benefit coverage gap, also known as the "Donut Hole," created by the federal Medicare Modernization Act of 2003
HB174Wood, DennisPearce, DavidHCS HB 174
 0554L.02T - Prohibits the issuance and allows for the revocation of a real estate license of a person convicted of certain felonies and defines exclusive brokerage agreements
HB200Jones, KennySutherland, MikeHB 200
 0500L.01I - Allows an assessor to make a physical inspection of real or personal property in absence of a taxable property list
HB212Parker, ShermanHB 212
 0656L.01I - Exempts parents from the wiretapping laws of this state for purposes of intercepting or listening in on their children's telephone conversations in certain circumstances
HB215Pearce, DavidHCS HB 215
 0632L.04T - Permits the City of Warrensburg to annex areas along a road or highway within 2.5 miles from the existing city boundary
HB298Wildberger, EdSelby, HaroldHB 298
 0480L.01I - Changes the laws regarding the telemarketing No-Call List
HB342Baker, BrianHB 342
 0823L.01T - Allows the Cass County Commission to submit the formation of a board of election commissioners to a public vote
HB343Baker, BrianSCS HB 343
 0822S.04C - Allows the presiding commissioner in Cass and Cole counties to be the chief budget officer instead of the county auditor
HB344Baker, BrianHB 344
 0821L.01P - Allows the county commission in Cass County to submit a proposal to levy a tax to operate a county health center to a public vote and allows Ralls and Marion counties to establish nursing home districts
HB345Baker, BrianHB 345
 0820L.01T - Makes the county commissioner and county highway engineer nonvoting members of the county planning board in Cass County
HB347Pratt, BryanSchneider, VickiSCS HCS HB 347
 0817S.07C - Establishes a procedural prerequisite for filing lawsuits for alleged defective residential construction
HB373Fares, KathlynSutherland, MikeHB 373
 1259L.01I - Changes the qualifications for and the amount of credit allowed under the senior citizen/disabled person property tax credit, commonly known as circuit breaker
HB405Johnson, RobertVilla, ThomasHB 405
 1304L.01I - Allows liquor sales by school, church, and social clubs and organizations for Fourth of July celebrations or when the entity is exempt from federal taxes
HB420Page, SamLampe, SaraHB 420
 1148L.01I - Extends the Senior Rx Program until June 30, 2010
HB425Parker, ShermanHB 425
 1265L.01I - Repeals the laws regarding investment firms, legal firms, or other persons having interest in these firms from being involved with issuance of bonds if campaign contributions are made
HB448Villa, ThomasJohnson, ConnieHCS HB 448
 1258L.02T - Increases the salary scale for police officers in the City of St. Louis
HB468Richard, RonJetton, RodSCS HCS HB 468
 1391S.05C - Changes the laws regarding the State Treasurer's duties and the Linked Deposit Program
HB491McGhee, MikeHunter, SteveHCS HB 491
 1389L.02C - Establishes the Missouri State Park Board which is responsible for the Historical Marker Program
HB500Smith, ToddWilson, KevinSS SCS HCS HB 500 & 533
 1475S.05T - Changes the laws regarding the transfer of a business and its unemployment experience rate by an employer
HB501Pratt, BryanMunzlinger, BrianHB 501
 1180L.01I - Adds livestock auctions in the definition of agricultural and horticultural property for purposes of property tax assessments
HB502Munzlinger, BrianHB 502
 1161L.01I - Authorizes, upon voter approval, the imposition of a transient guest tax in the cities of Canton, La Grange, and Edina
HB503Sater, DavidWhorton, JimHB 503
 1403L.01I - Changes the laws regarding physician assistants
HB504Wood, DennisDenison, CharlieHB 504
 0058L.01I - Creates the category of licensed prescribing psychologist under the State Committee of Psychologists and establishes licensing requirements
HB505Johnson, RobertVilla, ThomasHB 505
 1581L.01I - Extends the hours of operation for premises operated by wine manufacturers who sell liquor by the drink and reduces the amount of Missouri wine that must be sold under certain liquor licenses
HB510Bruns, MarkHobbs, SteveHB 510
 1543L.01I - Changes the laws regarding hazardous waste regulations
HB511Stefanick, JodiParson, MikeHB 511
 0557L.01I - Creates the crime of being under the influence of a controlled substance
HB512Smith, ToddWilson, KevinHB 512
 1446L.01I - Changes the laws regarding employee dismissal information
HB514Pratt, BryanHB 514
 1219L.03I - Requires placement of automated external cardiac defibrillators in high schools
HB518St. Onge, NealSutherland, MikeSS SCS HCS HB 518, 288, 418 & 635
 1262S.10F - Changes the laws regarding highway construction and work zones, passing zones, highway lane usage, and child passenger restraints
HB527Storch, RachelDonnelly, MargaretHB 527
 0708L.01I - Allows for the transferability and assignability of certain tax credits for the demolition of abandoned property
HB528Cunningham, MikeSCS HB 528
 0071S.02C - Exempts bulk sales of gasoline made to farmers for agricultural purposes from the motor fuel tax
HB530Moore, DaniePage, SamHB 530
 1449L.01P - Allows students taking courses in American Sign Language to receive foreign language academic credit
HB533Faith, SallySmith, JoeHB 533
 1401L.01I - Changes the laws regarding the transfer of a business and its unemployment experience rate beginning January 1, 2006
HB534Hobbs, SteveSchlottach, CharlesHB 534
 1423L.01I - Raises the dollar value of property for which the county auditor in first and second classification counties is required to inventory
HB536Wright, MarkHB 536
 1621L.01I - Prohibits reports of child abuse and neglect from being made anonymously
HB537Sater, DavidPage, SamHB 537
 1439L.01I - Changes the laws regarding boating and watercraft
HB538Wright, MarkHB 538
 1618L.01I - Changes the laws regarding schedule V controlled substances by adding ephedrine and pseudoephedrine and prohibits a drug offender from entering certain treatment programs
HB539Icet, AllenCunningham, JaneSCS HB 539
 0149S.06C - Allows school districts to provide salary incentives for certain teachers
HB540Johnson, RickHB 540
 1580L.01I - Requires the Office of Administration to include certain products in the Cafeteria Plan for state employees
HB543Zweifel, CharlesShoemyer, WesHB 543
 1549L.01I - Requires employers to report the number of employees receiving public health program benefits
HB544Zweifel, CharlesDougherty, CurtHB 544
 1458L.02I - Changes the laws regarding the senior citizen/disabled person property tax credit known as circuit breaker
HB545Zweifel, CharlesDarrough, BruceHB 545
 1457L.01I - Allows a court to assess surcharges and order suspensions against persons convicted of failing to yield the right-of-way when that violation caused an accident
HB546Ervin, DougYates, BrianHB 546
 1292L.01I - Authorizes an income tax deduction, beginning in tax year 2006, for the cost of personally funded health insurance premiums
HB547Ervin, DougHobbs, SteveHB 547
 1560L.01I - Creates the crime of distribution of a controlled substance near a park
HB548Fraser, BarbaraYoung, TerryHB 548
 1488L.01I - Establishes the rights of persons who utilize service animals
HB549Fraser, BarbaraOxford, Jeanette MottHCS HB 549
 1413L.03C - Changes the laws regarding the protection of historic shipwreck sites
HB550Wasson, JayHB 550
 1393L.01I - Establishes licensing provisions for certain clinical laboratory technicians and establishes the Clinical Laboratory Science Board
HB553Rector, RexHB 553
 1485L.01I - Requires liquefied petroleum gas dealers to maintain liability insurance
HB554Dixon, BobSchoemehl, SueHB 554
 1506L.01I - Establishes criteria for the registration and licensure of doctors of naturopathic medicine
HB556Black, LanieWalton, JuanitaHB 556
 0939L.02I - Adopts the Nurse Licensure Compact
HB557Baker, JudyChappelle-Nadal, MariaHB 557
 1499L.01I - Revises the procedures required in law enforcement investigations and establishes the Laboratory Oversight Committee
HB558Cooper, NathanHB 558
 1216L.01I - Requires all deputy coroners and coroner assistants to register with the Missouri Coroners and Medical Examiners Association after being appointed but prior to beginning their duties
HB559Guest, JimQuinn, JohnHB 559
 1466L.01I - Establishes the Wholesale Water and Sewer Authority Act which allows for the creation of a wholesale water and sewer authority as a political subdivision of the state
HB560Wright, MarkWood, DennisHCS HB 560
 0644L.05P - Limits the number of excursion gambling boat licenses which can be issued by the Missouri Gaming Commission to a total of 13 or the number of licenses issued as of January 1, 2012, whichever is less
HB561Kratky, FredChappelle-Nadal, MariaHB 561
 0738L.01I - Authorizes limited powers of arrest to park rangers in the City of St. Louis upon completion of specific training and requires them to comply with the racial profiling reporting law
HB563Rucker, MartinWildberger, EdHCS HB 563
 1612L.02T - Allows a court to reinstate and extend the life of drainage and levee districts up to five years after lapse of its corporate charter
HB564Boykins, AmberParker, ShermanHB 564
 1498L.01P - Prohibits law enforcement officers from issuing a citation for a missing license plate tab if a registration check reveals the vehicle is properly registered and the owner indicates the tab has been stolen
HB565Oxford, Jeanette MottRoorda, JeffHB 565
 1226L.02I - Prohibits representatives from the taxicab industry from serving on the regional taxicab commission but establishes an advisory committee of taxicab industry representatives to provide assistance
HB567Stevenson, BryanHarris, BelindaHB 567
 1387L.01T - Changes the time limit for filing an exception to a commissioner's award in a condemnation proceeding from 10 days to 30 days to conform with the Supreme Court's rule
HB568Stevenson, BryanPhillips, SusanCCS SS HCS#2 HB 568
 1225L.10T - Changes the laws regarding the protection of children
HB569Stevenson, BryanWilson, KevinHB 569
 1155L.01I - Establishes a procedure which allows automobile repair businesses to sell vehicles that have been abandoned by the owner at the repair shop
HB570Stevenson, BryanHB 570
 0967L.01I - Requires nonviolent offenders in a long-term substance abuse program to have their suspended sentence revoked and serve their entire sentence if they fail to complete the program
HB571Stevenson, BryanFisher, BarneyHB 571
 1584L.01I - Exempts certain counties from the prevailing wage requirement
HB572Stevenson, BryanWilson, KevinHB 572
 0966L.01I - Changes the definition of "adult" to a person 18 years of age or older and "child" to a person under 18 years of age in Chapter 211, RSMo, pertaining to juvenile courts
HB573Stevenson, BryanHB 573
 1436L.01I - Repeals certain provisions of law which have expired, sunset, terminated, or are ineffective
HB574Stevenson, BryanPhillips, SusanHB 574
 1338L.01I - Changes the laws regarding the release of information about substantiated reports of child abuse and neglect and denies state or federal funding for child care services in the home of certain persons
HB575Cooper, NathanHB 575
 1594L.01I - Allows circuit court clerks to retain any fees collected for processing passport applications
HB576Flook, TimErvin, DougHCS HB 576
 1303L.02T - Changes the laws regarding the procedures of the Small Business Regulatory Fairness Board and the procedure for obtaining judicial review of administrative decisions
HB577Kuessner, J CRobinson, BradHCS HB 577
 0076L.03T - Increases from $1,500 to $5,000 per annum the amount that public officials or employees can accept for services or for selling, renting, or leasing property to their political subdivision
HB578Johnson, ConniePage, SamHB 578
 0959L.01I - Allows law enforcement agencies to install cameras or video cameras at intersections to obtain evidence of any traffic or criminal violation and makes the photos or videos admissible in court
HB579Johnson, ConnieHB 579
 1422L.01I - Allows members of the St. Louis City school board to also hold other city or state offices
HB580Byrd, RichardHCS HB 580
 1660L.03C - Provides specific conditions for which a mandatory reporter of child abuse and neglect will have reasonable cause to believe that a child has been abused
HB581Wilson, KevinMunzlinger, BrianHB 581
 1396L.01I - Prohibits a person from charging a veteran's immediate family a fee for copying the veteran's death certificate if the copies are to be used to file for or access benefits
HB582Myers, PeterHB 582
 1312L.01I - Increases the limit in small claims court cases from $3,000 to $5,000
HB583Swinger, TerryHB 583
 1487L.01I - Designates a portion of State Highway 84 in Pemiscot County as the "Cleat Stanfill Highway"
HB584Lager, BradHB 584
 1385L.03I - Changes the laws regarding the Career Ladder Program for teachers
HB585Schaaf, RobThrelkeld, KevinHB 585
 1141L.01I - Limits certificate of need to long-term care facilities
HB586Sander, TheresePhillips, SusanHCS#2 HB 586
 0499L.06C - Prohibits the use of public funds for health and social services programs to subsidize abortion services
HB587Yaeger, PatriciaHB 587
 1601L.02I - Requires a maximum speed limit of 20 miles per hour in school zones and sets penalities for persons who intentionally, recklessly, or negligently cause personal injury to pedestrians or cyclists
HB588Myers, PeterHobbs, SteveHB 588
 1664L.01I - Authorizes the University of Missouri to impose a fee for a course of instruction required for licensure of a private applicator of pesticides
HB589Lowe, JeneeMoore, DanieHB 589
 1671L.01I - Requires, by January 1, 2006, all television stations in Missouri with gross revenues in excess of $3 million a year to provide real-time captioning for certain broadcasts
HB592Cooper, ShannonHB 592
 1665L.01P - Requires jackpots over $1,200 won by self-excluded problem gamblers on excursion gambling boats to be deposited into the Compulsive Gamblers Fund
HB594Ruestman, MarilynCunningham, MikeHB 594
 1496L.01I - Limits the liability of watercraft outfitters
HB595Deeken, BillHB 595
 1677L.01I - Adds funeral directors to the list of persons excused from jury service
HB596Schaaf, RobHB 596
 1652L.01T - Allows employers to provide or contract for health insurance at reduced rates for employees who do not use tobacco products
HB597Whorton, JimMyers, PeterHB 597
 1683L.02I - Requires, by July 1, 2007, that all diesel fuel sold in Missouri for use in internal combustion engines contain at least 2% biodiesel fuel oil by volume
HB598Sutherland, MikeHB 598
 1704L.01I - Changes the laws regarding the licensing of nursing home administrators
HB599Cooper, RobertWeter, RayHB 599
 1622L.01I - Changes the laws regarding licensure of professional counselors
HB600Cooper, RobertRobb, EdHB 600
 1702L.01T - Requires applicants for licensure as professional counselors, after August 28, 2007, to complete a minimum of three hours of graduate-level course work in diagnostic systems
HB601Johnson, ConnieSmith, ToddHB 601
 1368L.01I - Establishes the Suicide Prevention Advisory Committee to provide oversight, technical support, and promotion for departmental suicide prevention activities
HB602Wagner, HowardHB 602
 1345L.01I - Revises the definition of "average final compensation" for certain members of the Police Retirement System of St. Louis
HB603Schaaf, RobHB 603
 1450L.01I - Prohibits health insurers from discriminating against any willing provider in the geographic region of the health benefit plan
HB604Schaaf, RobHB 604
 1653L.01I - Allows certain health insurance plans to be available as a state-qualified health coverage option for purposes of the federal health coverage tax credit
HB606Lembke, JimHCS HB 606
 1348L.02P - Changes the laws regarding the Police Retirement System of St. Louis
HB607Brown, JasonHB 607
 0726L.01I - Exempts school districts from the prevailing hourly wage rate requirements
HB609Kratky, FredHB 609
 1347L.01I - Changes the benefit of retired members of the Police Retirement System of St. Louis serving as special advisors
HB610Kratky, FredHB 610
 1626L.01I - Increases the minimum guaranteed benefit payable to retirees and surviving spouses of the Police Retirement System of St. Louis
HB613Kelly, VanSchlottach, CharlesHB 613
 1133L.01I - Exempts from state and local sales and use taxes all sales of coffins, caskets, burial cases, burial vaults, and clothing used for burial purposes
HB614Bruns, MarkHB 614
 1759L.01I - Authorizes the conveyance of state property located in Cole County to the Regional West Fire District
HB615Roorda, JeffWildberger, EdHB 615
 1404L.01I - Allows a person to petition the circuit court for a trial de novo as an alternative to seeking judicial review of an agency decision
HB616Roorda, JeffMeadows, TimHB 616
 0508L.02I - Allows municipalities to sell vintage wines at an auction or to designate a municipal employee to sell them through a sealed bid process
HB617Kelly, VanWells, DonSS SCS HB 617
 1630S.09T - Provides a method for any county which is a member of the Upper White River Basin Watershed Improvement District to opt out and changes the laws regarding well-volume monitoring and sewage disposal systems
HB618Bearden, CarlBehnen, RobertSCS HB 618
 1755S.02T - Exempts members of the State Highway Patrol assigned to the Division of Drug and Crime Control from personnel caps
HB619Bruns, MarkDeeken, BillHB 619
 1760L.01I - Authorizes the Governor to sell the State Health Laboratory located in the City of Jefferson, Cole County
HB620Schaaf, RobCooper, RobertHB 620
 1729L.01I - Prohibits a physician to whom a patient is referred for diagnosis by another physician from delegating the diagnosis to a nurse or nurse practitioner
HB621Wright-Jones, RobinChappelle-Nadal, MariaHB 621
 1314L.01I - Establishes the Birth Control Protection Act and prohibits any governmental entity from interfering with the right to obtain or use contraceptives
HB622Kuessner, J CHarris, BelindaHB 622
 1756L.01I - Requires insurers providing medical malpractice insurance to health care providers in third and fourth classification counties to establish rates based on claims history in these counties
HB623Skaggs, TrentHB 623
 0194L.01I - Allows retired state employees under the closed plan of the Missouri State Employees' Retirement System (MOSERS) that have reached the limit on total annual increases to receive an additional .1%
HB624Skaggs, TrentHB 624
 0195L.01I - Increases the cost-of-living adjustment for certain special consultants and retirees from 80% to 100% of the Consumer Price Index
HB625Skaggs, TrentBruns, MarkHB 625
 0196L.01I - Allows retirees of the State Employees' Retirement System and the Highways and Highway Patrol Retirement System who retired prior to July 1, 1990, to receive an additional $5 per month times service
HB626Schaaf, RobHB 626
 1291L.05I - Requires certain health care data to be collected and reported by hospitals and establishes the Missouri Adverse Health Care Event Reporting Act of 2005
HB627Bivins, WaltVilla, ThomasHB 627
 1509L.01I - Authorizes the Board of Fund Commissioners, in addition to amounts authorized prior to August 28, 2005, to issue bonds for grants and loans under Article III of the Missouri Constitution
HB628Byrd, RichardHCS HB 628
 1774L.03C - Changes the laws regarding unlawful discriminatory practices in employment
HB629Pollock, DarrellRichard, RonHB 629
 1501L.01I - Authorizes all municipalities and counties to impose, upon voter approval, a local economic development sales tax
HB630Pollock, DarrellHCS HB 630
 1666L.02T - Allows a not-for-profit corporation to apply for reinstatement if it had been forfeited after 1978 for failure to file an annual report
HB631Portwood, CharlesHCS HB 631
 1766L.03T - Authorizes the Governor to convey state property located in the City of Manchester, St. Louis County, to the Manchester United Methodist Church
HB632Sutherland, MikeSchlottach, CharlesHB 632
 1463L.01I - Changes the laws regarding bicycle safety
HB633Lipke, ScottBringer, RachelHB 633
 1657L.02I - Adds salvia divinorum and 12 other compounds to the list of controlled substances
HB634Myers, PeterHobbs, SteveHB 634
 1637L.01I - Establishes the Commercial Vehicle Enforcement Fund and creates the position of highway safety officer within the Department of Public Safety
HB635St. Onge, NealHB 635
 1791L.01I - Prohibits a person from driving a vehicle across a clearly marked solid yellow center stripe of a roadway except when executing a lawful turn
HB636Tilley, StevenYates, BrianHB 636
 1770L.01I - Prohibits health insurers from discriminating against any willing optometrist or ophthalmologist in the geographic region of the health benefit plan
HB637Wildberger, EdRoorda, JeffHB 637
 1451L.01I - Changes the laws regarding workers' compensation benefits for certain diseases resulting in exposure to certain occupational hazards
HB638Cunningham, JaneSCS HB 638
 1341S.03T - Repeals the requirement that the chief executive of an urban public library district be a duly qualified graduate librarian
HB639Hubbard, RodneyHCS HB 639
 0341L.11C - Establishes the Betty L. Thompson Scholarship Program and authorizes an individual and business tax credit for contributions to certified nonprofit educational charitable organizations
HB640Pearce, DavidPage, SamHCS HB 640
 1534L.02P - Creates the crime of aggravated fraudulent transmission of multiple commercial e-mail messages and changes the laws regarding unsolicited commercial e-mail
HB641Pearce, DavidWildberger, EdHB 641
 1354L.01I - Changes the laws regarding police reports of alcohol-related traffic offenses and the notification of license suspensions or revocation hearings
HB642McGhee, MikeMunzlinger, BrianHB 642
 1388L.01I - Limits landowner liability when inviting people onto their property for a state-administered recreational access program
HB643Young, TerryLeVota, PaulHB 643
 1646L.01I - Changes the standard for violation of the Sunshine Law by a governmental body from knowingly to negligently
HB644Storch, RachelDaus, MikeHB 644
 1573L.01I - Expands the crime of bribery of a public servant
HB645Smith, JoeDavis, CynthiaHB 645
 1409L.01I - Authorizes, beginning January 1, 2006, a dependency deduction for stillborn children in the year of their birth
HB646Threlkeld, KevinBearden, CarlHB 646
 1775L.01I - Extends the Senior Rx Program until June 30, 2006
HB647Roark, BradleyGoodman, JackHB 647
 1705L.01I - Allows a state tax deduction for contributions to other state or political subdivision educational savings programs
HB648Loehner, TomSchlottach, CharlesHB 648
 1678L.02I - Establishes the Missouri Wine and Grape Board and creates the Missouri Wine and Grape Fund
HB649Fares, KathlynPortwood, CharlesHCS HB 649
 1279L.03P - Authorizes a tax credit for certain elderly and disabled individuals for real property taxes paid
HB650Johnson, ConnieSelby, HaroldHB 650
 1360L.01I - Allows an adopted person born in Missouri who is an adult to receive a certified copy of their original birth certificate upon written application
HB651Wildberger, EdHB 651
 1754L.01I - Requires professional fund raisers to maintain certain records for a period of three years
HCR18Hoskins, TheodoreBland, CraigHCR 18
 1438L.01I - Recognizes February 25, 2005 as National TRIO Day
HCR20Rupp, ScottMcGhee, MikeHCR 20
 1421L.01I - Declares October fifteenth of each year to be "Pregnancy and Infant Loss Remembrance Day".
HCR21Bearden, CarlSchlottach, CharlesHCR 21
 1603L.02I - Supports policies to ensure a healthy school environment by increasing the physical education requirements in schools.
HCR22Bivins, WaltHCR 22
 1688L.01I - Urges the United States Congress to establish a domestic energy policy that will ensure an adequate supply of natural gas which will reduce natural gas prices in the United States.
HJR10Wright, MarkHJR 10
 1191L.01I - Proposes a constitutional amendment requiring the advice and consent of the Senate for Missouri Supreme Court nominees
HJR11Lembke, JimCooper, NathanHJR 11
 0493L.01I - Proposes a constitutional amendment requiring Senate confirmation of Missouri Supreme Court and Court of Appeals nominees
HJR13Portwood, CharlesLembke, JimHJR 13
 0789L.01I - Proposes a constitutional amendment requiring any replacement tax levy for loss in revenue from the exemption of certain personal property of manufacturers to be adjusted according to the Constitution
HJR18Kraus, WillBrown, JasonHJR 18
 1209L.01I - Proposes a constitutional amendment exempting veterans' organizations from property tax
HJR20Baker, BrianHJR 20
 1675L.01I - Proposes a constitutional amendment to raise the allowable level of bonded indebtedness for school districts
SB1Loudon, JohnCCS HCS SS SCS SB 1 & 130
 0220S.19T - Amends various provisions of workers compensation law
SB24Griesheimer, JohnHCS SCS SB 24
 0055L.03P - Limits expiration date to provision allowing for debt service on county bonds for renovation and enhancement
SB69Shields, CharlesSCS SB 69
 0428S.02T - Authorizes the conveyance of land in Jackson County to Kansas City
SB70Shields, CharlesHCS SCS SB 70
 0405L.05C - Modifies the BUILD tax credit program, tax increment financing, the quality jobs program, the local economic development sales tax, and health insurance claims history
SB86Crowell, JasonSB 86
 0421S.01P - Changes the deadline for filing exceptions to a condemnation commissioners' report.
SB99Champion, NormaHCS SB 99
 0378L.05C - Modifies the procedure of the Joint Committee on Economic Development policy and planning
SB100Champion, NormaHCS SCS SB 100
 0109L.05P - Revises licensing requirements for speech language pathologists and audiologists
SB141Nodler, GarySB 141
 0641S.01I - Exempts dealers who sell only emergency vehicles from certain dealer licensure requirements
SB174Vogel, CarlHCS SB 174
 0953L.03T - Authorizes the state to convey land to the Regional West Fire Protection District
SB178Shields, CharlesSB 178
 0847S.01T - Modifies provisions regarding licensing of podiatrists
SB180Loudon, JohnSB 180
 0485S.01I - Makes February sixth of each year "Ronald Reagan Day" in Missouri
SJR1Klindt, DavidSS SJR 1
 0112S.07T - Resubmits the parks and soils tax to a vote of the people starting in 2008
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