95th General Assembly, 2nd Regular Session
Past Activity Registers
For Actions Recorded on: March 04, 2010

BillSponsorCoSponsorBill String
 Bill Information
HB1208Day, DavidMeadows, TimHB 1208
 3298L.01P - Adds the person designated by a military member in a United States Department of Defense form to the term next-of-kin as it relates to the right of sepulcher in final disposition of the decedent's remains
HB1288Sutherland, MikeRuestman, MarilynHB 1288
 3548L.01I - Establishes the Large Carnivore Act which regulates the ownership, possession, transportation, and breeding of large carnivores
HB1290Gatschenberger, ChuckRuestman, MarilynSCS HCS HB 1290
 3557S.03C - Increases the minimum value of county property that the auditor in a charter county must annually inventory
HB1375Cooper, RobertSater, DavidSCS HCS HB 1375
 3591S.04T - Requires the development of a brochure regarding human papillomavirus and allows a physician to use expedited partner therapy by dispensing medications to certain persons who are not patients
HB1408Cox, StanleyGatschenberger, ChuckCCS SS HCS HB 1408 & 1514
 3839L.07T - Changes the time period before interest is paid on an overpayment of income tax from four months to 90 days after the last date to file a return, including an extension, or the date the return was filed
HB1424Franz, WardSCS HB 1424
 3966S.03C - Changes the laws regarding the collection of property taxes
HB1504Schaaf, RobHB 1504
 3248L.01I - Expands eligibility for the Missouri Returning Heroes' Education Act scholarship and specifies that home-schooled students must receive the same financial aid consideration as non-home-schooled students
HB1516Smith, JasonSCS HCS HB 1516
 4090S.03T - Repeals various expired provisions of law as contained in the January 2010 Annual Report of the Joint Committee on Legislative Research on Laws Which Expire, Sunset, Terminate, or Become Ineffective
HB1519Hoskins, TheodorePace, SharonHB 1519
 3607L.01P - Changes the laws regarding assault and tampering crimes against public workers and judicial officers
HB1544Fisher, BarneySCS HCS HB 1544
 4246S.04T - Extends the state's eligibility to receive federal extended unemployment benefit money to provide unemployed individuals compensation beyond the current unemployment benefit period
HB1559Brown, JasonHB 1559
 3507L.01T - Changes the dates for submitting an annual status report and an independent audit to the consolidated library district, county commission, and the Missouri State Library
HB1585Brown, JasonHB 1585
 4320L.01I - Allows for a special license plate for members of the National Wild Turkey Federation
HB1637Wasson, JayHB 1637
 4367L.01I - Allows for a "Multiple Sclerosis Society" special license plate
HB1638Wasson, JayHB 1638
 4366L.01I - Allows for a special license plate for members of the Nixa Education Foundation
HB1664Wasson, JayHB 1664
 4309L.01P - Changes the compensation and mileage allowance for certain members of a county highway commission
HB1674Lipke, ScottHB 1674
 4161L.02I - Requires all law enforcement agencies and the prosecutor to report all alcohol-related traffic arrests and court actions to the State Highway Patrol's DWI Tracking System
HB1695Stevenson, BryanSS SCS HCS HB 1695, 1742 & 1674
 4453S.14T - Changes the laws regarding intoxication-related traffic offenses
HB1742Stevenson, BryanBringer, RachelHB 1742
 4578L.02I - Changes the laws regarding driving while intoxicated
HB1745Day, DavidWebber, StephenHB 1745
 4502L.01P - Requires the State Treasurer to hold and maintain military medals until their owner or his or her heirs can be found and authorizes the Treasurer to designate an organization to be the custodian of a medal
HB1767Bivins, WaltSchaaf, RobHB 1767
 3758L.01I - Exempts all sales of eyeglasses from state and local sales and use taxes
HB1768Bivins, WaltRuestman, MarilynHB 1768
 3033L.01I - Authorizes an individual income tax credit for excess school district property taxes paid
HB1903Icet, AllenSCS HCS HB 1903
 4849S.05T - Creates the Federal Budget Stabilization Extension Fund and the Race to the Top Fund to receive moneys from any legislation enacted by the 111th United States Congress
HB1904Wilson, KevinHobbs, SteveHB 1904
 3805L.02P - Changes the laws regarding the Missouri Life and Health Insurance Guaranty Association Act to make it consistent with the model act adopted by the National Association of Insurance Commissioners
HB1964Ervin, DougHB 1964
 4821L.02I - Changes the laws regarding the Missouri Health Insurance Pool
HB1970Bivins, WaltAtkins, BertHCS HB 1970
 4518L.02P - Designates a portion of Lindbergh Boulevard in St. Louis County as the "Dave Sinclair Boulevard"
HB2073Faith, SallyDenison, CharlieHB 2073
 4500L.01I - Establishes special requirements for the formation of a transportation development district to operate a public mass transportation system
HB2109Ruzicka, DonSCS HB 2109
 4911S.02C - Changes the laws regarding the Clean Water Commission
HB2111Faith, SallyDenison, CharlieSS SCS HB 2111
 4498S.09F - Establishes the Missouri State Transit Assistance Program to provide financial assistance to defray the operating and capital costs incurred by public mass transportation providers
HB2159Diehl, JohnHB 2159
 5066L.01P - Designates a portion of Interstate 64/U. S. Highway 40 as the "Jack Buck Memorial Highway"
HB2161Guest, JimHCS HB 2161
 5084L.02T - Specifies that "commercial purposes" as it relates to the sale of driver's license application information will not include information used, compiled, or obtained for specified purposes
HB2235Meadows, TimDixon, BobHB 2235
 5063L.01I - Changes the administrative procedures for issuing and developing specialty license plates
HB2260Todd, TomDay, DavidHB 2260
 5135L.01I - Changes the laws regarding absent uniformed services and overseas voters
HB2261Kraus, WillHB 2261
 5276L.01I - Exempts certain students who are dependents of recently retired military personnel from the three-year attendance requirement under the A+ Program
HB2262Day, DavidLargent, ScottHCS HB 2262 & 2264
 5289L.02T - Allows the Adjutant General to establish the Missouri Youth Challenge Academy for at-risk high school age youth
HB2264Largent, ScottTracy, ClintHB 2264
 4306L.02I - Requires the Adjutant General to establish the Missouri Youth Challenge Academy for at-risk high school age youth
HB2279Brandom, EllenDenison, CharlieHB 2279
 5112L.02I - Authorizes a tax credit against employer contributions to be known as Missouri Works Tax Credit
HB2280Talboy, MikeColona, MikeHB 2280
 4920L.01I - Changes the laws regarding the crime of animal neglect
HB2281Talboy, MikeKirkton, JeanneHB 2281
 4921L.01I - Allows an individual at a general election to vote a straight party line ticket for all candidates of the same political party with a single punch or mark
HB2282Skaggs, TrentLeBlanc, Roman LeeHB 2282
 4096L.01I - Requires anyone requesting 50 or more voter registration applications to provide certain information to the Office of the Secretary of State
HB2283Hobbs, SteveNance, BobHB 2283
 5030L.01I - Requires health insurers to make direct payments to providers of the same class with whom there is no contract
HB2284Talboy, MikeHB 2284
 5316L.01I - Changes the laws regarding midwifery
HB2285Thomson, MikeSCS HB 2285
 5298S.02T - Requires each member of the General Assembly to be provided a key which accesses the State Capitol dome and authorizes the Governor to convey certain state property
HB2286Schoemehl, SueRoorda, JeffHB 2286
 4999L.02I - Establishes the Missouri Radon Certification Program to certify providers of radon services
HB2287Still, MaryMeadows, TimHB 2287
 3739L.01I - Requires all bills filed with the Secretary of the Senate or the Chief Clerk of the House of Representatives to be referred to a committee within 20 legislative days of the date of filing
HB2288Flook, TimHB 2288
 5054L.02I - Authorizes certain community improvement districts to sponsor and operate a science-tech specialty school and establishes the Science-Tech Specialty School Blue Ribbon Panel
HB2289Dixon, BobHB 2289
 4328L.01I - Allows the Director of the Department of Revenue to send certain notices to specified recipients by electronic mail in lieu of ordinary mail under certain circumstances
HB2290Wasson, JaySS HB 2290
 5322S.02T - Changes the laws regarding child care assistance
HB2291Munzlinger, BrianLoehner, TomHB 2291
 5242L.02I - Establishes the Missouri Animal Care Advisory Committee to review and make recommendations on the welfare of poultry, livestock, and licensed dog breeding facilities in this state
HB2292Fallert, JoeHB 2292
 5217L.01I - Allows a person employed by a public school for 17 hours or less per week to work at another public school for up to 17 hours per week but the hours cannot be combined to establish eligibility for retirement
HB2293Whitehead, HopeJones, TishauraHB 2293
 5324L.01I - Renames "Mark McGwire Highway," the portion of Interstate 70 in St. Louis City to the Illinois state line, as the "John F. Bass Memorial Highway"
HB2294Dugger, TonyHB 2294
 5319L.01P - Repeals the provision that requires a political party's emblem to be printed on an election ballot above the party caption
HB2295Holsman, JasonLeBlanc, Roman LeeHB 2295
 3276L.01I - Establishes the KidCare Co-op Program within the Department of Social Services to provide affordable health insurance to children through 18 years of age
HB2296Low, BethOxford, Jeanette MottHB 2296
 3666L.01I - Requires certain corporations to file an annual tax disclosure statement
HB2297Molendorp, ChrisHolsman, JasonCCS SCS HCS HB 2297
 5326L.06T - Authorizes the establishment of the Kansas City Zoological District
HB2298Storch, RachelHB 2298
 5332L.01I - Establishes the Property Assessment Clean Energy Act which authorizes municipalities to form a clean energy development board to finance energy efficiency or renewable energy improvement projects
HB2299Englund, VickiFunderburk, DougHB 2299
 5062L.02I - Authorizes the State Treasurer to sell unclaimed property online
HB2300Wilson, KevinFaith, SallyHCS HB 2300
 5196L.04C - Changes the laws regarding conflicts of interest and lobbying, ethics, and campaign finance
HB2301Sutherland, MikeHB 2301
 4390L.01I - Eliminates the individual income tax on Missouri taxable income of $4,000 or less and changes the tax rate to 6% on the amount of income over $4,000
HB2302Sutherland, MikeMcNeil, MargoHCS HB 2302
 5278L.02C - Requires the Department of Revenue to establish the necessary rules to implement the compliance provisions of the multistate Streamlined Sales and Use Tax Agreement
HB2303Schad, RodneyWallace, MaynardHB 2303
 5333L.01I - Creates the Race to the Top Fund which will consist of educational moneys awarded to the state from the federal Race to the Top Program under the American Recovery and Reimbursement Act of 2009
HB2304Webber, StephenHummel, JacobHB 2304
 5347L.01I - Requires a person conducting a home inspection to be licensed by the Division of Professional Registration within the Department of Insurance, Financial Institutions and Professional Registration
HB2305Kelly, ChrisHB 2305
 5349L.01I - Authorizes the transfer of specified maximum amounts of money from a list of 23 specified state funds to the General Revenue Fund by June 30, 2011
HB2306Guest, JimNance, BobHB 2306
 4657L.01I - Requires the Department of Mental Health to develop a plan for transitioning the services for a resident of a state developmental disabilities facility to the most appropriate living setting
HB2307Cooper, RobertHB 2307
 5312L.02I - Changes the laws regarding driveaway license plates, motor vehicles, motor vehicle dealers, and driver's licenses
HB2308Burlison, EricHB 2308
 5325L.01I - Requires the state employee health care plan to offer benefit products that are actuarially equivalent to Medicare as part of a supplemental plan to eligible employees instead of the state-sponsored plan
HB2309Brown, DanLair, MikeHB 2309
 5341L.01I - Requires all owners of dogs and cats to have their animals vaccinated against rabies and to have the vaccination repeated periodically based on the animal's age or type of vaccine given or as otherwise required
HB2310Schoeller, ShaneFunderburk, DougHB 2310
 4827L.03I - Changes the laws regarding infrastructure replacement surcharges for water corporations
HB2311Allen, SueBivins, WaltHB 2311
 5321L.01I - Specifies that the General Assembly finds that combined heat and power benefits Missouri and requires the Missouri Public Service Commission to regulate these systems
HB2312Gatschenberger, ChuckHB 2312
 5223L.01I - Allows a municipality to annex a research park under certain circumstances
HCR16Loehner, TomMunzlinger, BrianHCR 16
 3851L.01I - Supports the use of unbiased scientific research and data regarding the management practices for rivers and streams
HCR25Guest, JimDethrow, MikeHCS HCR 25, 29 & 39
 3999L.03C - Claims sovereignty for the states under the Tenth Amendment of the United States Constitution for all powers not otherwise enumerated and granted to the federal government under the Constitution
HCR29Nieves, BrianIcet, AllenHCR 29
 4307L.01I - Affirms of the sovereignty of the people of Missouri under the Tenth Amendment to the United States Constitution
HCR39Gatschenberger, ChuckMunzlinger, BrianHCR 39
 4391L.01I - Claims Missouri's sovereignty under the Tenth Amendment to the United States Constitution over all powers not otherwise enumerated and granted to the federal government under the United States Constitution
HJR48Davis, CynthiaNieves, BrianHCS HJR 48, 50 & 57
 3173L.02P - Proposes a constitutional amendment prohibiting any person, employer, or health care provider from being compelled to participate in any health care system
HJR76Dethrow, MikeSmith, JasonSCS HJR 76
 3938S.02C - Proposes a constitutional amendment requiring four-sevenths majority for voter approval of any initiative relating to bird, fish, game, wildlife, or forestry resources
HJR86Loehner, TomFunderburk, DougSCS HCS HJR 86
 4617S.11C - Proposes a constitutional amendment affirming the right to raise animals in a humane manner in order to protect Missouri's agricultural economy
HJR88Nieves, BrianJones, TimothyHJR 88
 4464L.01P - Proposes a constitutional amendment asserting the state's sovereignty and the sovereignty of its citizens under the Tenth Amendment of the United States Constitution
SB577Shields, CharlesSS#2 SCS SB 577
 3568S.07P - Modifies various provisions relating to ethics
SB614Wilson, YvonneSB 614
 3063S.01P - Modifies the definition of "bullying" as used in school district antibullying policies to include cyberbullying and electronic communications
SB630Cunningham, JaneSCS SB 630
 3142S.05T - Modifies various provisions pertaining to manufactured homes
SB685Rupp, ScottSCS SB 685
 3295S.02P - Authorizes certain regulatory actions against insurance companies operating in hazardous financial conditions and establishes a risk-based capital trend test calculation for testing an insurance co
SB754Dempsey, TomCCS#2 HCS SCS SB 754
 3900S.09T - Modifies provision related to cemeteries
SB767Bartle, MatthewSB 767
 3056S.01P - Removes the restriction on certain counties using a court fee for courtroom renovation and technology
SB768Bartle, MatthewSB 768
 3134S.03P - Modifies provisions relating to school districts charging tuition for non-resident children of district teachers and employees
SB773Dempsey, TomSB 773
 4190S.02P - Allows owners of automated teller machines to charge access fees to those with bank accounts in foreign countries
SB774Lembke, JimSCS SB 774
 4370S.02T - Creates additional measures intended to increase safety at the Department of Mental Health
SB801Rupp, ScottSB 801
 4330S.01P - Requires credit reporting agencies to block information in a consumer's credit report that resulted from identity theft
SB897Lager, BradHCS SB 897
 4938L.04C - Allows members of the Public Service Commission to participate in certain legal proceedings
SB900Rupp, ScottSB 900
 4866S.01P - Makes numerous revisions to the Missouri Life and Health Insurance Guaranty Association Act
SCR47Engler, KevinSCR 47
 4965S.02I - Authorizes employment of an independent certified public accountant to perform an audit on the State Auditor's Office
SJR29Purgason, ChuckSCS SJR 29
 4139S.03C - Replaces all taxes on income with a sales and use tax
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