94th General Assembly, 1st Regular Session
Past Activity Registers
For Actions Recorded on: February 26, 2007

BillSponsorCoSponsorBill String
 Bill Information
HB14Icet, AllenCCS SCS HCS HB 14
 0014L.05T - Appropriates money for supplemental purposes
HB16Icet, AllenSS SCS HCS HB 16
 0016S.05T - Appropriates money for supplemental purposes
HB40Portwood, CharlesLembke, JimHCS HB 40, 116 & 367
 0478L.02P - Changes the laws regarding the long-term care insurance tax deduction and establishes the Missouri Long-term Care Partnership Act
HB131Cooper, ShannonHCS HB 131
 0716L.02P - Changes the laws regarding state and local sales taxes, property taxes, and motor fuel taxes
HB135Pearce, DavidSCS HCS HB 135
 0633S.04C - Changes the laws regarding military facilities and personnel
HB166Hoskins, TheodoreHB 166
 0659L.01P - Requires write-in candidates to meet state and municipal tax requirements and filing deadlines in order to file a declaration of intent
HB205Marsh, B JWallace, MaynardSS HB 205
 0859S.02T - Changes the laws regarding sales and transient guest taxes; the expiration date of theTourism Supplemental Revenue Fund; and the establishment of theater, cultural arts, and entertainment districts
HB220Stevenson, BryanHB 220
 0866L.01T - Makes a technical correction to Section 456.5-501, RSMo, regarding the Missouri Uniform Trust Code
HB255Bruns, MarkCCR#2 SS SCS HB 255
 0982S.04F - Creates the Fleet Management Fund to be used to purchase or repair state vehicles and changes the laws regarding the Office of Administration
HB365Ervin, DougWilson, LarryHCS HB 365, 804 & 805
 1225L.04P - Changes the laws regarding small business tax credits and tax exemptions and establishes the Small Business and Entrepreneurial Growth Act and a Regional Economic Development Initiative
HB405Moore, DanieBearden, CarlHCS HB 405
 1471L.03T - Changes the laws regarding the State Highway Patrol, removes the residency requirement of the superintendent, and divides the patrol into troops rather than districts
HB469Wallace, MaynardWilson, KevinSCS HCS HB 469
 0861S.05C - Changes the laws regarding school safety and liability
HB489Baker, BrianDixon, BobSCS HB 489
 1215S.05C - Requires school districts to identify gifted students and allows the establishment of gifted programs
HB526Pratt, BryanHB 526
 1491L.01P - Changes the laws regarding certain appeals to the Administrative Hearing Commission
HB527Cooper, ShannonHB 527
 1579L.01P - Changes the time period corporate names can be reserved from 60 to 180 days
HB583Johnson, ConnieWildberger, EdSS SCS HCS HB 583
 0661S.08T - Changes the laws regarding the rights of victims of domestic violence and sexual assault
HB608Smith, JoeOnder, BobHCS HB 608
 1597L.02P - Exempts real and personal property owned by veterans' organizations from property taxes
HB665Ervin, DougFlook, TimSS HB 665
 1441S.04F - Authorizes counties to preserve electronic images of original cancelled checks instead of the actual check
HB669Pearce, DavidCox, StanleyHCS HB 669
 1615L.02C - Prohibits the state or any political subdivision from restricting the lawful possession, transfer, sale, transportation, storage, display, or use of firearms during a declared state of emergency
HB732Parson, MikeSater, DavidHB 732
 1827L.01T - Adds emergency personnel killed while performing their duties to the list of individuals who are eligible for memorial highway or bridge designations
HB733Page, SamLowe, JeneeHB 733
 1324L.01I - Changes the definition of "security" in the laws regulating securities so that the sale of variable annuities will be governed by the Secretary of State
HB774Jones, TimothyJetton, RodHCS HB 774
 1699L.02P - Protects individuals and media entities from being required to disclose news sources or certain information
HB802Page, SamYoung, TerryHCS HB 802
 2005L.07C - Adds the inoculation for human papilloma virus to the list of required immunizations for school attendance
HB804Grisamore, JeffErvin, DougHB 804
 1962L.01I - Changes the laws regarding the small business investment tax credit
HB805Grisamore, JeffYates, BrianHB 805
 1961L.01I - Allows the Missouri Technology Corporation to authorize tax credits to certain taxpayers who contribute venture capital to a qualifying company
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
HB910Fares, KathlynPearce, DavidHB 910
 2320L.01P - Designates the smooth chanterelle as the official state mushroom
HB943Sutherland, MikeHB 943
 2382L.01I - Requires a signature on all documents for a long-term care facility license application to ensure that the document is true and correct
HB944Cooper, ShannonHCS HB 944
 2158L.03C - Allows licensed wine manufacturers and retail alcoholic beverage licensees to ship or deliver intoxicating liquor to Missouri residents who are 21 years of age or older
HB945Parson, MikeDay, DavidHCS HB 945
 2256L.02P - Creates the crime of murder of a criminal justice official and expands the crime of assault of law enforcement officers, emergency personnel, or probation officers in the first degree to add corrections officers
HB946Walsh, GinaWildberger, EdHB 946
 2116L.01I - Requires the Missouri Public Service Commission to develop standards regarding vegetation, electrical service, and infrastructure
HB947Walsh, GinaWildberger, EdHB 947
 2218L.01I - Changes the laws regarding mental health facilities and group homes for the mentally retarded and developmentally disabled
HB948Schaaf, RobHCS HB 948
 2393L.05T - Changes the laws regarding newborn screenings and the Metabolic Formula Distribution Program
HB949Schlottach, CharlesHB 949
 2348L.01I - Allows a person who has creditable service in a retirement system under Chapter 104, RSMo, to transfer the service to another retirement system under Chapter 104
HB950Schlottach, CharlesHB 950
 2347L.01I - Allows certain state employees to transfer their creditable service from the Missouri State Employees' Retirement System to the Missouri Department of Transportation and Highway Patrol Employees' System
HB951Faith, SallySchoemehl, SueHB 951
 2370L.01I - Changes the laws regarding early intervention services for children
HB952Wilson, KevinDempsey, TomSS SCS HCS HB 952 & 674
 2306S.11T - Changes the laws regarding emergency preparedness plans, fire alarms, and sprinkler systems in long-term care facilities
HB953Page, SamWasson, JayHB 953
 2155L.01I - Changes the laws regarding the licensing of social workers
HB954Franz, WardHB 954
 2078L.02I - Revises the Interstate Compact for the Placement of Children and changes the laws regarding the placement of children
HB955Guest, JimRuestman, MarilynHB 955
 2255L.01I - Establishes the Work for Restitution Program in the Department of Corrections which requires persons convicted of nonviolent offenses where restitution is required for probation to complete the program
HB956Cooper, RobertBruns, MarkHB 956
 2303L.01I - Allows certain persons to dispense medications in a declared state of emergency
HB957Cooper, RobertHB 957
 1822L.02I - Renames the Missouri Head Injury Advisory Council to the Missouri Brain Injury Advisory Council and transfers it to the Department of Health and Senior Services from the Office of Administration
HB958Wood, DennisHB 958
 1922L.01I - Authorizes a transient guest tax for tourism in counties of the second, third, and fourth classification upon voter approval
HB959Oxford, Jeanette MottChappelle-Nadal, MariaHB 959
 1785L.01I - Requires the Missouri Public Service Commission to implement an energy assurance program pilot project to provide heat-related utility services to low-income individuals
HB960Cox, StanleyBruns, MarkHB 960
 2385L.01I - Changes the laws regarding the investigation of Internet sexual crimes against children
HB961Cox, StanleyBruns, MarkHB 961
 2386L.01I - Changes the laws regarding child pornography
HB962Davis, CynthiaHB 962
 2082L.01I - Prohibits individuals currently on probation because of a suspended imposition of sentence or individuals civilly committed to inpatient mental health services from receiving a concealed carry permit
HB963Storch, RachelHarris, JeffHB 963
 0994L.01I - Expands the crime of bribery of a public servant
HB964Donnelly, MargaretBaker, JudyHB 964
 2205L.01I - Establishes a pilot project within the Department of Mental Health to form four assertive community treatment teams to provide comprehensive, community-based psychiatric treatment
HB965Donnelly, MargaretZweifel, CharlesHB 965
 2299L.01I - Establishes the Missouri Preschool Plus Grant Program as a pilot program to serve up to 5,000 students in early childhood education
HB966Hunter, SteveWilson, KevinHB 966
 1974L.01I - Allows the Department of Natural Resources to issue a cease and desist order if a person is violating certain provisions of law which constitute a clear and present threat to life or health
HB967Bivins, WaltLembke, JimHB 967
 1431L.01I - Requires any public governmental body to make and retain a verbatim audio recording of any closed meeting
HB968Bivins, WaltMoore, DanieHCS HB 968
 2275L.02C - Allows companies to conduct voluntary audits relating to compliance with environmental standards and regulations
HB969Lampe, SaraSwinger, TerryHB 969
 1746L.01I - Requires school districts to establish special programs or services for students who are identified as academically gifted
HB970Dixon, BobEl-Amin, TalibdinHB 970
 1995L.01I - Authorizes an income tax credit for donations to public school foundations
HB971Pollock, DarrellWright, Billy PatHB 971
 2315L.01I - Requires the consent of a parent before his or her child is allowed to participate in a school club or organization
HB972Deeken, BillSchneider, VickiHB 972
 2154L.01I - 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
HB973Silvey, RyanPortwood, CharlesHB 973
 0728L.01I - Requires the Department of Revenue to award fee office contracts with a priority given to charitable organizations and local political subdivisions
HB974Silvey, RyanNolte, JerryHB 974
 1554L.02I - Prohibits a person younger than 21 years of age who is not an underage entertainer from being allowed inside a drinking establishment
HB975Silvey, RyanLembke, JimHB 975
 2077L.01I - Requires the Governor to submit contract information and the total cost of contracting for services as part of his or her state budget request
HB976Silvey, RyanPortwood, CharlesHB 976
 0298L.02I - Allows any Missouri resident to participate in the Missouri Consolidated Health Care Plan for an additional premium
HB977Silvey, RyanLembke, JimHB 977
 0297L.01I - Requires revenue from a tax increase within a tax increment financing district to be used for the taxing purpose only
HB978Parson, MikeHB 978
 2085L.02I - Requires home inspectors to be licensed by the Division of Professional Registration
HB979St. Onge, NealHB 979
 2392L.01I - Requires the Director of the Department of Revenue to commence the reissuance of a newly designed license plate no later than January 1, 2009, and authorizes an additional fee for reissued plates
HB980Harris, JeffLeVota, PaulHB 980
 0632L.01I - Requires persons arrested for the manufacture or distribution of drugs to appear before a judge prior to being released on bond
HB981Harris, JeffHB 981
 2212L.02I - Expands the crime of enticement of a child to include victims who are younger than 17 years of age or any individual the person believes is younger than 17 years of age
HB982Harris, JeffHB 982
 2310L.01I - Imposes additional penalties for intoxication-related traffic offenses when a person's blood-alcohol content is at least .16 of 1%
HB983Harris, JeffLeVota, PaulHB 983
 2208L.01I - Increases the penalty for endangering the welfare of a child in the first degree when shaking a child younger than five years of age to a minimum of 15 years in prison
HB984Harris, JeffLeVota, PaulHB 984
 2470L.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
HB985Harris, JeffHB 985
 2209L.01I - Requires certain victims of crime to be notified if the perpetrator of the crime is committed to a mental health facility according to the provisions of Chapter 552, RSMo
HB986Harris, JeffLeVota, PaulHB 986
 0419L.01I - Allows crime victims to take time off from work to attend criminal proceedings without retribution by their employer
HB987Wasson, JayHB 987
 2476L.01P - Changes the laws regarding real estate appraisers and the duties of the Missouri Real Estate Appraisers Commission
HB988Brandom, EllenTilley, StevenHB 988
 2444L.01I - Changes the laws regarding the licensure of nurses
HB989Davis, CynthiaWallace, MaynardHB 989
 2277L.05I - Changes the laws regarding certain unsecured loans, commonly known as payday loans
HB990Davis, CynthiaFunderburk, DougHB 990
 2215L.02I - Prohibits abortions in this state, other than to save the life of the mother
HB991Jetton, RodBearden, CarlHB 991
 2472L.01I - Establishes the Distressed Areas Land Assemblage Tax Credit Act
HCR8Loehner, TomDay, DavidHCR 8
 0455L.01I - Expresses the support of the General Assembly for the installation of a ferryboat on the Missouri River at Chamois.
HCR16Deeken, BillHCR 16
 1784L.01I - Authorizes the required biennial independent audit of the State Auditor's Office as required in Section 21.760
HCR17Fisher, BarneyStevenson, BryanHCR 17
 1582L.01I - Recognizes the I-49 Coalition as the official organization for the project to upgrade U.S. Highway 71 to interstate standards
HCR25Yates, BrianGrisamore, JeffHCR 25
 2094L.01I - Urges the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services to withdraw a portion of its proposed rules that would change the status of Truman Medical Center as a government owned or operated hospital
HCR28Walton, JuanitaHCR 28
 2167L.01I - Opposes any change in federal law authorizing attorneys to charge veterans a fee for services
HJR21Cooper, ShannonHJR 21
 2157L.01I - Proposes a constitutional amendment prohibiting political subdivisions from imposing taxes on the gross receipts of telecommunication providers at rates higher than business license tax
HJR23Lembke, JimHJR 23
 2416L.01I - Proposes a constitutional amendment prohibiting human cloning
HJR24Threlkeld, KevinNieves, BrianHJR 24
 2247L.01I - Proposes a constitutional amendment replacing property tax with an alternative tax structure
HJR25Kingery, GayleMarsh, B JHJR 25
 2408L.01I - Proposes a constitutional amendment limiting the total service in the General Assembly to 16 years
SB22Griesheimer, JohnCCS HCS SS SCS SB 22
 0382S.12T - Modifies laws relating to political subdivisions
SB127Mayer, RobertHCS SB 127
 0330L.04T - Modifies provisions within the Department of Transportation and Highway Patrol Retirement System
SB129Stouffer, BillSS#2 SCS SB 129
 0039S.05P - Modifies how local governments can regulate outdoor advertising
SB198Mayer, RobertHCS SCS SB 198
 0868L.03T - Modifies the requirements for cooperative agreements with nonprofit organizations in state parks
SB264Green, TimSB 264
 0033S.01P - Alters the process for annexing property to a street light maintenance district
SB287Crowell, JasonSB 287
 1424S.01I - Modifies several provisions relating to the distribution of proceeds in the Gaming Commission Fund
SB288Engler, KevinHCS SCS SB 288, SB 152 & SCS SB 115
 1319L.04T - Authorizes the Governor to convey certain state properties
SB298Engler, KevinSB 298
 1405S.01T - Modifies the election process of hospital district directors in Iron County
SB322Engler, KevinHCS SB 322
 1536L.04T - Expands commercial zone areas in certain parts of the state
SB339Mayer, RobertSCS SB 339
 1248S.06T - Creates the "Fairness in Public Construction Act"
SB401Crowell, JasonSB 401
 1531S.01P - Modifies provisions relating to purchases of creditable prior service by members of MOSERS and MPERS
SB402Crowell, JasonSB 402
 1530S.01P - Modifies provisions regarding retirement plan election options within MOSERS
SB403Crowell, JasonSB 403
 1520S.02P - Modifies provisions relating to orders for division of benefits under MOSERS
SB404Crowell, JasonSB 404
 1514S.02P - Modifies provisions relating to the reemployment of retired members of MOSERS
SB420Gibbons, MichaelSCS SB 420
 1964S.02T - Provides that no more than four, rather than three, members of the Clean Water Commission may be from the same political party
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