95th General Assembly, 1st Regular Session
Past Activity Registers
For Actions Recorded on: March 06, 2009

BillSponsorCoSponsorBill String
 Bill Information
HB10Icet, AllenCCS SCS HCS HB 10
 0010L.04T - Appropriates money for the expenses, grants, refunds, and distributions of the Department of Mental Health, Board of Public Buildings, and Department of Health and Senior Services
HB11Icet, AllenCCS#2 SCS HCS HB 11
 0011L.05T - Appropriates money for the expenses, grants, and distributions of the Department of Social Services
HB946Jones, TimothyHB 946
 2204L.01I - Prohibits certain actions by insurers and motor vehicle repair shops regarding the handling of claims
HB947Leara, MikeSchoemehl, SueHCS HB 947
 2321L.03P - Changes the laws regarding retirement based on disability in the police retirement systems of Kansas City and St. Louis
HB948Denison, CharliePollock, DarrellHB 948
 1149L.01I - Requires window stickers instead of license plate tabs to show current motor vehicle registration
HB949Gatschenberger, ChuckZerr, AnneHB 949
 2326L.01I - Requires the Department of Social Services to test applicants and recipients of Temporary Assistance for Needy Families benefits for the illegal use of controlled substances
HB950Oxford, Jeanette MottWalsh, GinaHB 950
 1143L.01I - Requires the development of caseload standards by the departments of Health and Senior Services and Mental Health
HB951Oxford, Jeanette MottFallert, JoeHB 951
 1137L.01I - Establishes the Missouri Earned Income Tax Credit Act which authorizes an individual income tax credit equal to 20% of any earned income tax credit claimed by the taxpayer on his or her federal income tax return
HB952Sutherland, MikeHB 952
 2313L.01P - Establishes the Independence Day Sales Tax Holiday which authorizes a state sales and use tax exemption on certain purchases during the period of July 4 through July 31
HB953Ruestman, MarilynAllen, SueHB 953
 2296L.01I - Adds providers of certain targeted case management services to the list of providers recognized by the Department of Mental Health as administrative entities
HB954Roorda, JeffMeadows, TimHB 954
 2325L.01I - Allows for the appointment of an acting county municipal court judge on a temporary basis if any judge of a county municipal court becomes ill or is otherwise unavailable
HB955McNeil, MargoDusenberg, GaryHB 955
 1665L.01I - Increases from $14,300 to $18,000 the minimum base used to calculate the senior citizens property tax credit, commonly known as circuit breaker
HB956Englund, VickiRoorda, JeffHB 956
 0308L.01I - Establishes the Informed Growth Act which requires an economic impact study to be completed as part of a review of land use permit applications for large-scale retail developments
HB957Grisamore, JeffPratt, BryanHB 957
 2166L.01I - Changes the laws regarding the licensure requirements for out-of-state wholesale drug distributors
HB958Smith, JoeSutherland, MikeHCS HB 958
 2275L.04P - Changes the laws regarding taxation
HB959Schoeller, ShaneParkinson, MarkHB 959
 0594L.01I - Establishes a procedure by which a school district or an initiative petition may place the issue of open enrollment by contract before the voters of the district
HB960Schoeller, ShaneRuestman, MarilynHB 960
 0595L.01I - Allows public school students to attend a public school district other than the school district of his or her residence under specified conditions
HB961Schoeller, ShaneDieckhaus, ScottHB 961
 0580L.03I - Specifies that claimants for unemployment benefits will be disqualified for waiting week credit and benefits if they provided false information on an employment application
HB962Molendorp, ChrisHB 962
 2273L.01I - Changes the laws regarding insurance producers and brokers
HB963Ruestman, MarilynNieves, BrianHB 963
 1696L.01I - Changes the laws regarding assessed valuation of residential real property
HB964Keeney Taylor, ShelleyBruns, MarkHB 964
 2106L.01I - Expands the crime of making a false declaration for the purpose of misleading a public servant in the performance of his or her duty
HB965Parson, MikeSelf, TomHB 965
 2188L.01I - Authorizes a percentage reduction in real and personal property taxes for property owners 70 years of age or older
HB966Schoeller, ShaneHCS HB 966
 2089L.03C - Changes the laws regarding long-term care facilities
HB967Hobbs, SteveHCS HB 967
 2347L.03C - Establishes the Missouri Appraisal Management Company Registration and Regulation Act to regulate real estate appraisal management companies
HB968Nasheed, JamilahOxford, Jeanette MottHB 968
 1912L.01I - Allows certain individuals to be eligible for food stamp benefits if the person participates in a substance abuse treatment program
HB969Cunningham, MikeHB 969
 2080L.01I - Removes the requirement that the circuit court confirm the appointment of a bank liquidating agent
HJR35Cox, StanleyHJR 35
 2169L.02I - Proposes a constitutional amendment requiring a person to provide a form of photographic personal identification to election officials to verify United States citizenship prior to voting in a public election
HJR36Emery, EdHCS HJR 36
 2316L.04P - Proposes a constitutional amendment replacing individual and corporate income tax and sales and use tax with a sales tax on retail sales of new tangible property and taxable services
SB37Goodman, JackSCS SB 37
 0516S.02T - Modifies provisions relating to the public defender system
SB84Purgason, ChuckHCS SB 84
 0559L.03C - Modifies the law regarding the designation of highways and bridges for members of the military and victims of drunk drivers
SB88Stouffer, BillHCS SCS SB 88
 0552L.06C - Removes urbanized and non-urbanized highway location distinctions so that property left unattended for 10 hours on the state highway system right-of-way is deemed abandoned and subject to tow
SB96Justus, JolieHCS SCS SB 96
 0225L.06C - Establishes educational rights for foster care students and requires a full school day of education for certain children
SB104Justus, JolieSCS SB 104
 0158S.02P - Provides information and the opportunity to be immunized for the human papilloma virus
SB126Rupp, ScottSB 126
 0844S.01T - Prohibits life insurers from taking underwriting actions or charging different rates based upon a person's past or future lawful travel destinations unless such action is based upon sound actuarial princip
SB153Clemens, DanSCS SB 153
 0122S.03T - Re-words section of law pertaining to co-ops offering return of savings on milk purchases to their members
SB165Justus, JolieHCS SCS SBs 165, 164, 248 & 168
 0920L.03C - Modifies provisions of law authorizing the imposition of various taxes by local governments
SB242Pearce, DavidCCS HCS SCS SB 242
 1130S.05T - Provides an alternate procedure to approve bond issuance for a sewer subdistrict in Cass County
SB293Barnitz, FranklinHCS SCS SB 293
 1687L.05C - Exempts tractors used in tractor parades from certain width, length, height and license plate display regulations under certain circumstances
SCR2Crowell, JasonSCR 2
 0590S.01T - Recognizes October 3rd of each year as Science Day
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