91st General Assembly, 1st Regular Session
Past Activity Registers
For Actions Recorded on: March 05, 2001

BillSponsorCoSponsorBill String
 Bill Information
HB14Green, TimCCS SCS HCS HB 14
 0014L.04T - Appropriates money for expenditure from payments to the state under the Master Settlement Agreement with tobacco companies.
HB15Green, TimCCS SCS HCS HB 15
 0015L.04T - Appropriates money for supplemental purposes, claims for refunds, and transfer of money among certain funds.
HB26Wilson, YvonneBoykins, AmberHCS HB 26
 0155L.04C - Creates the Missouri Essential Needs School Districts Loan Repayment Assistance Program.
HB111Baker, LanaHB 111
 0492L.01P - Makes technical intersectional reference corrections to certain regulation of mattresses provisions.
HB114Hickey, JohnHB 114
 0657L.01I - Excludes charges of mandatory gratuities incident to the serving of food and drink from the definition of gross receipts for purposes of the sales tax law.
HB126Long, ElizabethHB 126
 0302L.01P - Requires use of motor vehicle headlights whenever atmospheric conditions require the use of windshield wipers.
HB129VanZandt, TimothyCampbell, MarshaHB 129
 0684L.01T - Prohibits state and local governments from entering into contingency fee contracts for work performed on tax collection cases.
HB157Hosmer, WilliamCCS SCS HB 157
 0774L.06T - Revises marriage laws.
HB166Troupe, CharlesHB 166
 0750L.01P - Expands minority teaching scholarships from one hundred to two hundred per year; increases the amount from $2000 to $3000 for special education teachers.
HB194Hosmer, WilliamFarnen, TheodoreHCS HB 194
 0257L.02C - Creates faculty representative positions on all university boards of governors; makes other changes regarding higher education.
HB202Rizzo, HenrySCS HB 202
 0668S.05T - Changes procedural requirements of, increases tax ceiling for, and grants additional powers to transportation development districts.
HB218Farnen, TheodoreGraham, CharlesHB 218
 0480L.02T - Establishes lifelong learning month; makes changes to law regarding student representatives on higher education boards; establishes spinal cord injury research program at University of Missouri.
HB237Smith, PhilipHS HCS HB 237, 270, 403 & 442
 0670L.02P - Requires a roll call on votes to close meetings; penalizes negligent violations of sunshine law; increases penalties for violations of sunshine law.
HB265Hosmer, WilliamHCS HB 265 & 369
 0853L.02P - Revises death penalty law.
HB309McKenna, RyanJohnson, RickHB 309
 0997L.01P - Allows appropriations to community colleges for surface parking areas.
HB343Graham, CharlesHB 343
 1088L.01I - Requires all local news, weather and sports broadcasts by television stations to have real-time captioning.
HB357Wilson, VictoriaKelley, PatrickHB 357
 0046L.01I - Creates the Family and Community Trust.
HB431Barry, JoanHB 431
 1346L.01T - Makes a technical correction in temporary licenses for trauma training.
HB458Lawson, MauriceMyers, PeterHB 458
 0033L.01T - Permits the use of flashing signals by church buses.
HB565Monaco, RalphHB 565
 0037L.01I - Requires disclosure by landlords and sellers of prior methamphetamine activities on their real property.
HB801Liese, ChrisWagner, HowardSCS HB 801
 1984S.04T - Prohibits release of nonpublic information by financial institutions.
HB882Crump, WayneFoley, JamesSCS HS HB 882
 2096S.04C - Makes changes in the horse racing and pari-mutuel wagering law.
HB902Clayton, RobertCrowell, JasonHB 902
 2152L.01I - Repeals expired provisions of law and sections made obsolete by expired provisions of law.
HB903Bartelsmeyer, LindaCopenhaver, NancyHB 903
 2111L.01I - Creates state aid payment for educating pupils with limited English proficiency.
HB904Merideth, DennyBlack, LanieSCS HB 904
 1421S.03T - Expands the Missouri Economic Diversification and Afforestation Act of 1990 to include more recent agroforestry practices.
HB905Ransdall, BillyKoller, DonHB 905
 2175L.01I - Extends the period in which a wood energy producer can claim a tax credit from 5 years to 10 years.
HB906Cunningham, JanePortwood, CharlesHB 906
 1841L.02I - Creates state income tax credits for cash contributions to educational charities and scholarship charities.
HB907Cunningham, JaneVilla, ThomasHB 907
 2088L.01I - Amends the requirements for informed consent prior to the performance of an abortion.
HB908Hollingsworth, KatherineHB 908
 1599L.01I - Expands the jurisdiction of the juvenile courts to include paternity, permanent guardianship and dissolution of marriage actions.
HB909Davis, DahlmanHB 909
 2201L.01T - Authorizes exchange of property interests between the Department of Natural Resources and the City of Lexington.
HB910Kelley, PatrickPortwood, CharlesHB 910
 2011L.02I - Revises pharmaceutical income tax credit.
HB911Carnahan, RussWagner, HowardHB 911
 2099L.01I - Enacts the Missouri Retail Customer and Worker Protection Act.
HB912Nordwald, CharlesHB 912
 2167L.01I - Provides for titling of certain property abandoned on privately-owned real estate.
HB913Barry, JoanLuetkenhaus, WilliamHB 913
 1907L.01I - Amends the statute regarding informed consent prior to the performance of an abortion.
HB914Berkstresser, JudyHoland, RoyHB 914
 0654L.02I - Prohibits persons from applying fertilizers with phosphorus in certain counties.
HB915Graham, CharlesWilson, VictoriaHB 915
 2123L.01P - Allows the State of Missouri to be sued in state court under the Americans with Disabilities Act.
HB916Lawson, MauriceHB 916
 2193L.01I - Establishes the Missouri Tobacco Settlement Trust Fund, the Tobacco Moneys Board and the Tobacco Moneys Review Board.
HB917Gaskill, SamuelSecrest, PatriciaHB 917
 1528L.01I - Creates "Veterans Memorial Bridge" in St. Louis.
HB918Hendrickson, CarlHB 918
 0837L.01I - Creates a parent/child privilege in criminal cases.
HB919Kennedy, HarryGambaro, DerioHB 919
 1805L.01I - Requires the court to excuse from jury duty certain primary care givers where the court finds that no reasonable alternative care is feasible which would not impose an extreme hardship.
HB920Skaggs, BillyHB 920
 2185L.01I - Allows amusement ride owners to self-inspect in the absence of a qualified reasonably available inspector.
HB921Curls, MelbaThompson, BettyHCS HB 921
 2130L.04C - Requires banks, savings and loan associations and credit unions to honor state payroll checks.
HB922Gaskill, SamuelBartelsmeyer, LindaHB 922
 2213L.01T - Authorizes the City of Monett to annex municipal airport.
HB923Wiggins, GaryRelford, RandallHB 923
 1856L.02I - Amends various public water supply district proceedings laws.
HB924Wiggins, GaryKreider, JimSCS HS HCS HB 924, 714, 685, 756, 734 & 518
 2090S.24C - Redirects and provides funding for transportation; enacts other provisions relating to transportation.
HCR26Bonner, DennisHCR 26
 2137L.01I - Requests the President of the United States to impose an embargo on the importation of steel products from certain countries that have violated the spirit or letter of international trade agreements.
SB62Carter, PaulaSB 62
 0582S.01I - Requires that employers give employees time off to serve as election judges.
SB65Gibbons, MichaelSCS SB 65
 0521S.03C - Terminates the corporation franchise tax law.
SB67Gross, CharlesSCS SB 67 & 40
 0345S.02C - Exempts the homestead of those aged 65 and older from increases in property tax assessments.
SB110Gross, CharlesSB 110
 0347S.01T - Corrects intersectional references in law regulating the manufacture, renovation, and sale of mattresses.
SB111Gross, CharlesSB 111
 0410S.01T - Allows Department of Revenue to enter federal-state agreement to recognize disabled persons' license plates.
SB220Kinder, PeterSS SB 220
 0844S.02F - Enacts the Uniform Electronic Transactions Act.
SB226Goode, WayneHS HCS SS SCS SB 226
 0834L.20F - Creates a Life Sciences Research Program.
SB253Gross, CharlesSCS SB 253 & 260
 1021S.02C - Revises the statute of limitations and damages for home improvements.
SB295Stoll, SteveStaples, DannySB 295
 1142S.01T - Revises uses of capital funds for public community colleges.
SB303Johnson, SidneySB 303
 1043S.01T - Allows school districts to directly enter into lease purchases with vendors.
SB321Westfall, MorrisHCS SB 321
 1126L.02T - Allows sheltered workshops to file data with the Department of Elementary and Secondary Education via electronic means.
SB357Schneider, JohnSCS SB 357
 1016S.04T - Modifies licensing provisions for psychologists and professional counselors.
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