93rd General Assembly, 2nd Regular Session
Past Activity Registers
For Actions Recorded on: March 07, 2006

BillSponsorCoSponsorBill String
 Bill Information
HB983Meadows, TimRoorda, JeffHB 983
 3057L.01T - Requires the United States and the Missouri state flags to be flown at half-staff on all government buildings on September 11 of each year
HB995Dusenberg, GaryMunzlinger, BrianHB 995
 3147L.01I - Increases the punishment for certain sexual crimes against children younger than 12 years of age and creates the crimes of tampering with electronic monitoring equipment and aiding a sexual offender
HB998Smith, ToddHB 998
 3573L.01I - Authorizes the Govenor to convey state property located in Pettis County to the Girl Scouts - Heart of Missouri Council
HB1014Icet, AllenCCS SCS HCS HB 1014
 3014L.04T - Appropriates money for supplemental purposes
HB1030Johnson, RobertSCS HCS HB 1030, 1033, 1146, 1225 & 1326
 3261S.09C - Changes the laws regarding political subdivisions
HB1056Roorda, JeffLeVota, PaulHB 1056
 3595L.01I - Creates new crimes of tampering with electronic monitoring equipment and aiding a sexual offender and increases the punishment for sex offenders who commit crimes against children
HB1059Cunningham, JaneHCS HB 1059
 3180L.02P - Establishes procedures for the evaluation of credits for students transferring into an accredited public school district from an unaccredited public or nonpublic school or a home school
HB1070Johnson, RobertSchneider, VickiHCS HB 1070
 3307L.06P - Establishes additional tax increment financing guidelines
HB1077Roorda, JeffHB 1077
 3288L.01I - Includes nonresident officials of professional athletic leagues in the nonresident entertainer and professional athlete income tax withholding requirements
HB1101Schaaf, RobHCS HB 1101
 3861L.02C - Allows employers to provide or contract for health insurance benefits at a reduced deductible level for employees who do not smoke or use tobacco products
HB1118Dempsey, TomPage, SamSCS#2 HB 1118
 3724S.05C - Allows for the deployment of health care professionals licensed, registered, or certified in this or any adjoining state in an emergency and provides them immunity from civil damages
HB1149Bivins, WaltWright, MarkSCS#2 HCS HB 1149
 3774S.07T - Changes the laws regarding the regulation of water
HB1180Corcoran, MichaelPage, SamHCS HB 1180
 3770L.02T - Allows certain school districts to provide transportation to students who live less than one mile from school and be reimbursed by the state if unsafe traffic situations can be demonstrated
HB1222Cooper, NathanHB 1222
 3961L.01T - Authorizes the appointment of special deputy coroners or medical examiners in the event of a natural disaster, mass casualties, or other emergency
HB1229Avery, JimYaeger, PatriciaHB 1229
 3625L.01I - Adds a voting student representative to the governing boards of certain universities
HB1236Tilley, StevenRuestman, MarilynHB 1236
 3291L.01I - Changes the laws regarding sexual offenses
HB1245Sater, DavidWright, Billy PatHB 1245
 4043L.01T - Allows school nurses to keep on hand and administer prefilled syringes of epinephrine to any student who the nurse believes is having an anaphylactic reaction
HB1256Haywood, EstherJolly, CathyHCS HB 1256
 4044L.03T - Establishes February 4 as "Rosa Parks Day" and makes it a state observance
HB1290Schaaf, RobLembke, JimHB 1290
 3505L.01I - Increases the punishment for sexual offenders who offend against children and reclassifies the crimes of statutory rape and statutory sodomy in the second and third degrees
HB1308Pratt, BryanFaith, SallyHB 1308
 3834L.01I - Requires that one voting member of the board of curators of certain state institutions of higher education be a student
HB1333Black, LanieMyers, PeterHCS HB 1333
 3523L.02C - Authorizes drainage district boards to impose an annual processing fee for assessed tracts
HB1339Wood, DennisKratky, FredHCS HB 1339
 4215L.03T - Changes the laws regarding the licensure of real estate brokers
HB1347Myers, PeterSander, ThereseHCS HB 1347
 3402L.03P - Requires students at public institutions of higher education to take certain American history courses
HB1358Portwood, CharlesLembke, JimHB 1358
 4197L.01I - Requires the Governor to annually issue a proclamation designating May 10 as "Hepatitis C Awareness Day"
HB1362Cooper, NathanHB 1362
 4273L.01I - Changes the laws regarding sexual offenses
HB1384Lowe, JeneeHughes IV, LeonardHB 1384
 4133L.02I - Establishes renewable energy resource use requirements for electrical suppliers
HB1392Behnen, RobertSCS HB 1392
 3871S.02C - Repeals a sunset provision in order to allow dental hygienists to continue providing certain services for children in a public health setting
HB1397Pratt, BryanPearce, DavidHCS HB 1397
 3842L.03P - Establishes the Consumer Protection Against Computer Spyware Act
HB1404Liese, AlbertHB 1404
 4089L.01I - Makes it a crime for a patient, or the patient's parents or legal guardian if a minor, to fail to disclose to a health care professional that he or she is infected with human immunodeficiency virus
HB1405Zweifel, CharlesCorcoran, MichaelHB 1405
 4080L.01I - Establishes campaign finance regulations for leadership office committees of the General Assembly
HB1432Moore, DanieHarris, BelindaHCS HB 1432
 4518L.02C - Authorizes the State Board of Probation and Parole, at its discretion, to conduct probation and parole hearings by videoconferencing and allows victims to choose where to testify for the videoconferencing
HB1437Threlkeld, KevinSCS HB 1437
 4502S.02T - Dissolves the Advisory Committee on Poison Control and transfers its powers and certain duties to the Department of Health and Senior Services and dissolves the Committee on Radiation Control
HB1446Whorton, JimVilla, ThomasHB 1446
 4593L.01P - Allows the Department of Agriculture to exempt the Department of Transportation from the requirement regarding the use of B-20 biodiesel fuel in Department of Transportation vehicles and equipment
HB1449Wright, Billy PatCunningham, JaneSCS HCS HB 1449
 4369S.03T - Prohibits the state from requiring a substitute or part-time teacher employed within one year of the teacher's retirement to be subject to a background check by a school district
HB1456Roark, BradleyJetton, RodSS#2 SCS HCS HB 1456
 4598L.09T - Changes the laws regarding employment security
HB1471Yates, BrianHB 1471
 4515L.01I - Changes the laws regarding Missouri's workers' compensation residual market plan
HB1472Yates, BrianWilson, KevinHB 1472
 4516L.01I - Allows insurers to intervene in any civil case where they may be obligated to provide a defense or indemnity for any judgment rendered in the action
HB1489Viebrock, JamesRuestman, MarilynHB 1489
 4079L.01I - Makes the use of a wireless electronic recording device in a polling place an election offense
HB1498Dethrow, MikeRuestman, MarilynHB 1498
 4448L.01I - Establishes the Fairness in Public Construction Act to fulfill the state's proprietary objectives by promoting expenditure of public funds in publicly funded or assisted construction projects
HB1499May, BobGeorge, ThomasHB 1499
 4069L.01I - Changes the laws regarding ethics and campaign contribution disclosures
HB1504Yates, BrianSCS HB 1504
 4706S.04C - Modifies the membership requirements of various insurance boards and committees
HB1507Bruns, MarkWildberger, EdHB 1507
 4639L.01I - Reduces the distance fireworks can be manufactured, stored, or sold of any dispensing unit for ignitable liquids or gases
HB1508Bruns, MarkWildberger, EdSCS HCS HB 1508
 4638S.04C - Changes the laws regarding fire departments
HB1509Bruns, MarkWildberger, EdSCS HB 1509
 4636S.02T - Expands the duties of the State Fire Marshal in the Division of Fire Safety
HB1525Wilson, LarryLoehner, TomHB 1525
 4625L.01I - Establishes age and residency requirements for candidates of the office of county treasurer
HB1535Emery, EdGuest, JimHB 1535
 4491L.01I - Authorizes public water districts, sewer districts, and municipalities to install and maintain sewer and water lines in public roadways
HB1542Salva, RayWildberger, EdHB 1542
 4756L.01I - Removes the term limit of the Executive Director of the Missouri Ethics Commission
HB1571Dixon, BobViebrock, JamesHB 1571
 4443L.01I - Increases the surcharge in domestic relations cases for court-appointed special advocate programs and allows individual counties to authorize additional surcharges on these cases
HB1577Pollock, DarrellWells, DonHB 1577
 4878L.01P - Designates the State Milk Board as the official rating agency for the enforcement of standards relating to milk production
HB1581Jetton, RodBearden, CarlHCS HB 1581
 4345L.03P - Authorizes an income tax credit for donations to food pantries
HB1601Weter, RayOxford, Jeanette MottSCS HB 1601
 4875S.02T - Exempts research programs and experimental medical procedures for patients with life-threatening emergencies from the informed consent requirement under certain conditions
HB1626Yates, BrianCooper, ShannonHB 1626
 4710L.01I - Changes the laws regarding motor vehicle service contracts and product service agreements
HB1628Smith, ToddHCS HB 1628
 4860L.03C - Authorizes the board of the Missouri State Employees' Retirement System to assume control over the Missouri Department of Transportation and Highway Patrol Employee's Retirement System
HB1632Cooper, ShannonRector, RexSCS HCS HB 1632
 4830S.08C - Creates the crime of knowingly obtaining, receiving, or selling a land-line or cellular telephone record without the customer's consent and authorizes civil action for damages
HB1638Bruns, MarkBivins, WaltHB 1638
 4796L.01I - Creates a cause of action for injury to emergency personnel caused by the wrongful actions of another person
HB1639Munzlinger, BrianBehnen, RobertHB 1639
 4327L.01I - Prohibits the Governor from using his or her emergency powers to confiscate firearms or revoke a permit to carry any firearm
HB1679Johnson, RickRoorda, JeffHCS HB 1679
 4961L.02P - Revises the laws regarding chemical tests for intoxication by requiring that drivers involved in collisions which result in death or serious physical injury be administered the test
HB1687Wright, MarkPortwood, CharlesHB 1687
 4826L.01T - Allows unused or unaccepted drugs donated to the Prescription Drug Repository Program to be distributed to out-of-state charitable repositories
HB1696Icet, AllenHB 1696
 5065L.01I - Requires the filing of an affidavit from a similarly licensed professional in certain actions for damages against certain licensed professionals rendering or failing to render professional services
HB1698Lipke, ScottDusenberg, GaryCCS SS SCS HCS HB 1698, 1236, 995, 1362 & 1290
 4908L.17T - Changes the laws regarding sexual offenders
HB1703Yates, BrianHCS#2 HB 1703
 5067L.05T - Changes the laws regarding insurance pooling by political subdivisions
HB1715Pratt, BryanHB 1715
 4618L.03T - Grants appraisal rights to all voting and non-voting shareholders of a corporation which is a party to a merger or consolidation
HB1722Sutherland, MikeCorcoran, MichaelHB 1722
 4683L.01I - Authorizes the Director of the Department of Natural Resources to enter into agreements with private, not-for-profit organizations to provide services for state parks
HB1732Fraser, BarbaraJetton, RodHB 1732
 5023L.03T - Requires school districts to grant authorization to students for the possession and self-administration of medications for the treatment of asthma and anaphylaxis
HB1742Portwood, CharlesJetton, RodSS SCS HCS HB 1742
 5088S.08F - Establishes the eligibility requirements of an employed disabled person requesting medical assistance under the federal Ticket to Work and Work Incentives Improvement Act of 1999
HB1749Cooper, ShannonWasson, JayHCS HB 1749
 4782L.04C - Authorizes an exemption from state and local sales and use tax for the costs of all utilities used to produce a product and a certain amount of diesel fuel used for agricultural purposes
HB1763Yates, BrianKraus, WillHB 1763
 4987L.02I - Provides that health care providers not charge fees greater than the usual and customary charges for treatment for a workers' compensation claim
HB1765Denison, CharlieDixon, BobHB 1765
 4583L.01I - Authorizes election authorities to establish vote centers
HB1766Bruns, MarkHB 1766
 5097L.01I - Expands the authority of a peace officer as designated by the Division of Alcohol and Tobacco Control to make arrests, searches, and seizures
HB1777Bowman, JohnBrown, MichaelHB 1777
 4120L.01I - Requires the Secretary of State to establish a toll-free number for business inquiries and to direct the inquiries to the appropriate state agency
HB1778Bowman, JohnBoykins, AmberHB 1778
 5083L.01I - Authorizes an income tax credit for school upkeep and beautification projects
HB1792Kraus, WillYates, BrianHB 1792
 5190L.01I - Changes the information required in an evidence of coverage statement under a policy issued by a health maintenance organization
HB1793Yates, BrianKraus, WillHB 1793
 5185L.02I - Changes the eligibility criteria for adoption or foster care subsidies
HB1814Nieves, BrianPearce, DavidHCS HB 1814
 5125L.02P - Requires English to be the language of all official proceedings in the state
HB1822Bruns, MarkHB 1822
 3921L.01I - Establishes the Missouri Uniform Interoperability Communications Act and the Missouri Interoperability Communications Board
HB1827Wasson, JayErvin, DougHB 1827
 5249L.01T - Changes the authorized categories of business and premium requirements on health insurance policies issued to an association of small and large employers
HB1832Smith, ToddSutherland, MikeHB 1832
 5019L.02I - Changes the laws regarding operators of mobile home parks, marinas, or storage facilities for airplanes and movers of mobile homes or manufactured homes to provide documentation for property tax purposes
HB1833Wood, DennisWallace, MaynardHB 1833
 5275L.01P - Designates the crayfish as the official state invertebrate
HB1840Brown, MichaelRoorda, JeffHB 1840
 4421L.01I - Establishes the Precious Doe Hotline for the reporting of missing and abused children and provides rewards through the Precious Doe Hotline Reward Fund for reports leading to arrests
HB1841Myers, PeterHB 1841
 5212L.01I - Establishes the Governor's Advisory Council on Agricultural Science and Technology
HB1842Myers, PeterHB 1842
 5211L.01I - Specifies that no ordinance of any political subdivision will regulate seeds or other propagules and the state will not enforce any rule more restrictive than federal rules regarding seed technologies
HB1857Lipke, ScottHB 1857
 5297L.01T - Specifies that a prosecution is commenced for a misdemeanor or infraction when the information is filed and for a felony when the complaint is filed
HB1858Lipke, ScottHB 1858
 5298L.01T - Authorizes prosecuting and circuit attorneys to dismiss a complaint, information, or indictment without the consent of the court
HB1865Bearden, CarlJetton, RodCCS SCS HB 1865
 4724L.06S - Establishes the Access Missouri Scholarship Program and revises the laws regarding funding for higher education
HB1868Faith, SallyZweifel, CharlesHCS HB 1868
 5032L.04C - Establishes the Health Care Responsibility Act which requires applicants for Missouri Medicaid Program assistance to identify their employers
HB1869Brooks, SharonBoykins, AmberHB 1869
 5191L.02I - Requires certain recipients of state benefits to provide proof of voter registration prior to receiving benefits
HB1870Kratky, FredChappelle-Nadal, MariaHB 1870
 5134L.01I - Authorizes a tax credit for hiring disabled workers
HB1878Dixon, BobWildberger, EdHB 1878
 5256L.01I - Revises the minimum prison terms for various sexual crimes
HB1879Dixon, BobFlook, TimHB 1879
 5258L.01I - Allows Greene County to establish school zones and the minimum fines for speeding in the school zones
HB1880Dixon, BobHB 1880
 5259L.01I - Allows Greene County to charge a fee to persons arrested and processed at the county jail
HB1881Dixon, BobPage, SamHB 1881
 5261L.01I - Revises the crime of escape from commitment or detention by adding persons committed under repealed Sections 202.700 to 202.770
HB1882Dixon, BobWildberger, EdHB 1882
 5260L.01I - Authorizes an enhanced punishment of up to 10 more years for certain crimes committed against a child younger than 14 years of age by a person responsible for the child's welfare
HB1883Dixon, BobSander, ThereseHB 1883
 5257L.01I - Creates a civil cause of action against any person younger than 21 years of age who misrepresents his or her age to obtain alcohol
HB1887Jackson, JackieHB 1887
 5387L.01I - Increases the penalty for resisting or interfering with an arrest, detention, or stop
HB1888Jackson, JackieHB 1888
 5177L.02I - Authorizes a tax credit for hiring veterans of the Global War on Terrorism
HB1889St. Onge, NealHB 1889
 5132L.01I - Changes the laws regarding salvage vehicles
HB1895Wasson, JayViebrock, JamesHB 1895
 5342L.01I - Revises the crime of stealing any animal to include any animal considered livestock
HB1898St. Onge, NealHB 1898
 5354L.01I - Changes the laws regarding the authority of the Highways and Transportation Commission to convey or exchange its excess real property
HB1899Deeken, BillHB 1899
 5389L.01I - Defines "designated bicycle lane" and allows bicycles to be operated in the opposite direction as vehicles when there is only one designated bicycle lane
HB1900Dempsey, TomCCS SS HCS HB 1900
 5172S.06T - Changes the laws regarding lobbyist reporting requirements and campaign contribution disclosures for public officials
HB1904Threlkeld, KevinHB 1904
 5364L.01I - Requires health insurers to charge only one co-payment on a prescription if the required dosage is not available and a combination of dosage amounts must be dispensed to fill the prescription
HB1905Jetton, RodBearden, CarlHB 1905
 5254L.01P - Authorizes the Family Support Division to assist certain elderly individuals who qualify for the federal Food Stamp Program in obtaining supplemental food stamps
HB1918Parson, MikeSchad, RodneyHB 1918
 5223L.01I - Exempts individuals from showing proof of lawful presence at license renewal if they have held the noncommercial driver's or nondriver's license or noncommercial instruction permit for 15 years or more
HB1925Bruns, MarkWildberger, EdHB 1925
 5502L.01I - Prohibits burning in a specific area when the Governor has issued an executive order declaring the area in extraordinary danger from fire
HB1946El-Amin, YaphettHubbard, RodneyHB 1946
 4318L.01I - Requires the City of St. Louis to report to the Children's Division when students younger than 17 years of age incur 15 or more absences
HB1947Chappelle-Nadal, MariaHB 1947
 5514L.01I - Requires, subject to appropriation, an expansion of the variety of kosher foods approved under the Special Supplemental Nutrition Program for Women, Infants, and Children
HB1948Harris, JeffOxford, Jeanette MottHB 1948
 4915L.01I - Requires lobbyists to apportion expenditures made on behalf of any caucus to each public official in attendance and show the amount on the monthly lobbyist report for each member of the caucus
HB1949Harris, JeffBurnett, JohnHB 1949
 4914L.02I - Prohibits campaign fund raising activities and contributions during any legislative session
HB1950Nolte, JerrySilvey, RyanHB 1950
 4425L.01I - Limits the increase in assessed valuation of residential property by the percentage of increase in Social Security benefits for the elderly and disabled who own and live in their principal residence
HB1951Smith, JasonChinn, KathyHB 1951
 5544L.01I - Renames the Marketing Division of the Department of Agriculture to the Agriculture Business Development Division and also renames its fund
HB1952Salva, RayWalsh, GinaHB 1952
 5243L.01I - Authorizes any county or municipality to establish a local economic development commission to study local large business expansions and prohibits an industrial loan company or industrial bank in this state
HB1953Rector, RexCooper, ShannonHB 1953
 5539L.01I - Extends the time period for a rental company to provide a written notice to a landowner that rental equipment is being used on the landowner's property
HB1954Dake, CharlesKuessner, J CHB 1954
 5278L.01I - Changes the laws regarding damages to an animal facility for which criminal penalties are imposed
HB1955Dougherty, CurtSalva, RayHB 1955
 5405L.01I - Authorizes the City of Independence to impose a sales tax for funding police services provided by the municipal police department
HB1956Page, SamTilley, StevenHB 1956
 4988L.02I - Establishes the Prescription Monitoring Act to monitor the prescribing and dispensing of controlled substances
HB1957Salva, RayLembke, JimHB 1957
 5445L.01I - Requires legislative bodies, judicial bodies, public universities, and all governmental bodies to use the Department of Transportation's fiber optic network by January 1, 2009, for telecommunications service
HB1958Black, LanieKingery, GayleHB 1958
 5523L.01I - Requires New Madrid County to distribute the general county sales tax revenue in a certain proportion between the county and its cities, towns, and villages
HB1959Villa, ThomasStorch, RachelHB 1959
 5431L.01I - Authorizes the City of St. Louis to impose a sales tax of up to 0.5% for the operation of public safety departments
HB1960Oxford, Jeanette MottLow, BethHB 1960
 4881L.01I - Changes the laws regarding state individual income tax
HB1961Tilley, StevenHB 1961
 5296L.01I - Changes the laws regarding the relocation of utility facilities within a highway right-of-way
HB1962Fraser, BarbaraHB 1962
 5247L.01I - Authorizes a homestead exemption for the elderly and disabled in St. Louis County
HB1963St. Onge, NealHB 1963
 5293L.02I - Changes the laws regarding certification standards for law enforcement officers
HB1964Low, BethLowe, JeneeHB 1964
 5219L.01I - Authorizes an income tax credit for service as a poll worker
HB1965Sater, DavidWeter, RayHB 1965
 5270L.01I - Authorizes a deduction for all taxpayers from their Missouri adjusted gross income for contributions made to health savings accounts
HB1966Cooper, ShannonHB 1966
 5536L.01I - Changes the way corporate net operating losses are calculated and removes the restriction for specific depreciation deductions
HB1967Schlottach, CharlesHB 1967
 5398L.01I - Allows Franklin County to levy a transient guest tax in the Sullivan C-II School District which is partially located in both the City of Sullivan and Franklin County to be used for tourism
HB1968Zweifel, CharlesHCS HB 1968
 5551L.03C - Requires actuarial and legal analysis of certain transactions of the Missouri Higher Education Loan Authority (MoHELA)
HB1969Munzlinger, BrianMyers, PeterHB 1969
 5531L.01I - Exempts owners of anhydrous ammonia from certain cleanup costs when caused by illegal tampering
HB1970Munzlinger, BrianMyers, PeterHCS HB 1970
 5532L.03P - Changes the laws regarding liability for negligent damage or destruction of field crop products and exempts owners of anhydrous ammonia from cleanup costs caused by illegal tampering
HB1971Sutherland, MikePearce, DavidHB 1971
 5427L.01I - Increases the penalties for repeat identity theft offenders
HB1972Cooper, NathanHB 1972
 4874L.01I - Changes the laws regarding the transition period for statewide elected officials
HCR4Bruns, MarkDeeken, BillHCR 4
 3882L.01I - Recognizes April 27th of each year as "Autism Awareness Day" and the month of April each year as "Autism Awareness Month" in Missouri.
HCR30Wilson, KevinYates, BrianHCR 30
 5263L.01I - Urges the United States Congress to permanently repeal the estate tax.
SB561Gross, CharlesSB 561
 3339S.04T - Limits the amount of revenue expenditures from gaming boat admission fees
SB566Dougherty, PatrickSCS SB 566
 3362S.03C - Gives advanced practice registered nurses prescription authority
SB580Shields, CharlesSCS SB 580
 3126S.02T - Requires collaboration between certain departments in order to achieve a more efficient and effective educational system
SB588Bartle, MatthewHCS SS SCS SBs 588, 557, 579, 563, 869, 619, 570, 753, 764,
 3083L.14C - Modifies the laws regarding sexual offenders
SB643Scott, DelbertSB 643
 3466S.01P - Establishes the "State Fair Escrow Fund"
SB646Griesheimer, JohnHCS SCS SB 646
 3389L.06C - Allows for the formation of and conversion to reorganized common sewer districts
SB650Champion, NormaSCS SB 650
 3306S.04T - Specifies terms of office and eligibility criteria for the governing board of Missouri State University
SB665Engler, KevinSCS SBs 665 & 757
 3284S.05C - Increases the penalties for poaching
SB751Stouffer, BillSCS SB 751
 3715S.02T - Allows the City of Corder to sell property purchased from the school district for any purpose after 25 years
SB766Vogel, CarlSB 766
 3941S.01P - Modifies the definition of "state agency" with regard to income tax set offs
SB809Graham, CharlesHCS SB 809
 3553L.02T - Provides municipalities the option of adopting the zoning regulations of the county in lieu of their own
SB816Griesheimer, JohnSCS SB 816
 3909S.11C - Creates a gross receipts tax on video service providers
SB837Loudon, JohnHCS SB 837
 3660L.03T - Modifies the membership of the board of directors that governs the Missouri Malpractice Joint Underwriting Association
SB840Stouffer, BillHCS SB 840
 3085L.06T - Modifies the highway and bridge naming process
SB863Engler, KevinSB 863
 4414S.01T - Modifies the definition of "volunteer fire protection association"
SB893Scott, DelbertHCS SB 893
 4479L.04T - Prohibits any ambulance or fire protection district from reducing the district's sales tax, rather than the collector
SB906Engler, KevinSB 906
 3591S.01P - Modifies various provisions relating to lead abatement
SB908Stouffer, BillHCS SB 908
 4637L.02C - Authorizes the Missouri Highways and Transportation Commission to make electronic bids for highway and bridge contracts
SB916Koster, ChrisHCS SS SCS SB 916
 4376L.07C - Requires children to be restrained by a child passenger restraint system, booster seat, or safety belt depending upon the child's age, weight, or height
SB919Scott, DelbertSB 919
 4592S.01T - Repeals the statute permitting the city council of a third-class city to prohibit the carrying of concealed weapons
SB932Scott, DelbertCCS#2 HCS SCS SB 932
 4624S.08T - Creates new requirements for county treasurer candidates and allows the Cape Girardeau County Salary Commission to equalize salaries
SB933Scott, DelbertSB 933
 4640S.01T - Transfers the duty of appointing railroad policemen from the Highway Patrol to the Director of the Department of Public Safety
SB934Engler, KevinSCS SB 934
 4590S.03P - Creates a grace period for barber shop licensure when the establishment changes ownership or location
SB936Vogel, CarlSB 936
 4643S.01T - Allows county library boards to issue bonds for up to 5% of the value of property within the district instead of 1%
SRB848Bartle, MatthewSCS SRB 848
 3911L.03P - Repeals certain sections of law which have expired, sunset, terminated, or are ineffective
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