92nd General Assembly, 1st Regular Session
Past Activity Registers
For Actions Recorded on: March 12, 2003

BillSponsorCoSponsorBill String
 Bill Information
HB59Johnson, ConnieWalton, JuanitaSCS HCS HB 59 & 269
 0368S.04T - Establishes a state suicide prevention plan and an Advisory Council on Pain and Symptom Management; requires certain mental health service plans.
HB76Davis, DahlmanHoland, RoyHB 76
 0166L.01I - Requires school board members to meet orientation and training requirements before filing for reelection.
HB144Luetkemeyer, WilliamCooper, RobertSCS HCS HB 144
 0081S.05C - Authorizes creation of an exhibition center and recreational facilities district in certain counties.
HB156Phillips, SusanReinhart, GeralynHS HCS HB 156
 0545L.06T - Requires informed consent at least twenty-four hours prior to an abortion and requires persons who perform abortions to maintain proof of financial responsibility.
HB181Seigfreid, JamesSmith, ToddHCS HB 181
 0535L.03T - Authorizes a transient guest tax in the cities of Sweet Springs and Marshall.
HB182May, BobViebrock, JamesHB 182
 0731L.01P - Designates big bluestem grass as the official grass of the state of Missouri.
HB187Cooper, ShannonDavis, DahlmanHB 187
 0828L.01T - Removes requirement for veterans to have served during a period of war to obtain special motorcycle license plates.
HB197Johnson, RobertPratt, BryanSCS HS HB 197
 0775S.05C - Revises state enterprise zone and rebuilding communities laws.
HB202Portwood, CharlesHunter, SteveHCS HB 202
 0595L.02T - Enacts the Missouri Calcium Initiative which gives purchasing preference to foods and beverages containing high levels of calcium.
HB208Engler, KevinJetton, RodSS SCS HB 208
 0941S.14T - Exempts certain consumer-owned electric corporations from regulation by the Public Service Commission and makes other changes in utilities laws.
HB228Smith, JoeBearden, CarlCCS SCS HS HCS HB 228
 0539L.14T - Requires senders of unsolicited commercial electronic mail to identify it as such; gives the Attorney General authority to seek removal of child pornography from Internet web sites.
HB245Marsh, B JWright, MarkHCS HB 245
 0993L.02T - Designates a portion of U.S. Highway 60 as the "Korea War Veterans' Memorial Freeway".
HB247Ward, DanielSelby, HaroldHB 247
 0295L.01T - Allows special mobile equipment to operate on weekends and legal holidays under certain circumstances.
HB253Shoemaker, ChristoperFraser, BarbaraHCS HB 253
 0049L.02T - Prohibits the disclosure of the Social Security number of the petititoner for an order of protection.
HB257Munzlinger, BrianHobbs, SteveSS SCS HS HCS HB 257
 0602S.23T - Allows specific agricultural tax credits to be taken on a quarterly basis and makes several revisions in laws on agriculture.
HB277Wright, MarkMarsh, B JHCS HB 277
 1026L.02T - Authorizes removal of property from the Springfield community improvement district.
HB278Davis, CynthiaParker, ShermanHB 278
 1221L.01T - Authorizes conveyances in St. Charles County.
HB282Moore, DanieGraham, CharlesHB 282
 0955L.01I - Requires health insurers to provide coverage for children's hearing aids.
HB286Bearden, CarlCampbell, MarshaSS SCS HB 286
 1125S.03T - Modifies the rebate amount for prescription drugs in the Senior Rx Program and revises Medicaid laws.
HB292Wagner, HowardHB 292
 1295L.01T - Designates the Desoto Armory as the William E. "Bud" Lewis Armory.
HB314Engler, KevinHB 314
 1294L.01T - Prohibits the requirement of public projects to be bonded by any particular insurance or surety company.
HB318Baker, BrianDavis, DahlmanHCS HB 318
 1113L.02T - Authorizes the county commission in Cass County to create a county municipal court.
HB322Baker, BrianJetton, RodHCS HB 322
 1217L.03P - Creates the Small Business Regulatory Fairness Board to serve as liaison between agencies and small businesses.
HB334Black, LanieJetton, RodHB 334
 1292L.01I - Revises the method of appointment of members of the Highways and Transportation Commission.
HB341Deeken, BillSmith, ToddHB 341
 1197L.01I - Creates the State Property Preservation Fund.
HB356Smith, ToddHCS HB 356
 1441L.03T - Allows products made by youths in facilities and programs operated by the Division of Youth Services to be sold at cost plus ten percent.
HB385Icet, AllenCunningham, JaneHCS HB 385
 0639L.03C - Provides for increase in salaries for teachers.
HB386Pearce, DavidDeeken, BillHB 386
 1359L.01I - Requires the Department of Conservation to pay the first two hundred fifty dollars of damages to a motor vehicle that collides with a deer.
HB407Smith, ToddHampton, MarkHB 407
 1504L.01I - Changes the intensive long-term treatment program by adding alcohol treatment and changing the duration of the program and revises the rules concerning 120 day release from prison.
HB409Jolly, CathyDarrough, BruceHB 409
 1459L.01I - Changes the requirements for claiming and reporting on economic incentive programs.
HB410Schaaf, RobLowe, JeneeHCS HB 410
 1506L.02P - Modifies various provisions of the substance abuse traffic offender program.
HB427Byrd, RichardStevenson, BryanCCS SCS HCS HB 427
 1618L.08S - Establishes the Basic Civil Legal Services Fund to make funding available for basic civil legal services to low-income persons.
HB430Stevenson, BryanPratt, BryanHB 430
 1443L.01T - Adds a provision for filling vacancies of unexpired terms of members of the executive council of the judicial conference by resolution of the judicial conference.
HB432Wright, MarkHB 432
 0966L.01I - Limits the application of the certificate of need law to long-term care facilities.
HB445Portwood, CharlesCooper, RobertSCS HB 445
 1579S.02T - Includes Christian Science practitioners in the definition of "minister" for purposes of mandatory child abuse reporting by ministers, and removes them from the general reporting requirements.
HB447Townley, MerrillSutherland, MikeHCS HB 447
 1653L.06C - Regulates the taking of farmland and easements by eminent domain.
HB448Mayer, RobertJetton, RodHB 448
 1143L.01I - Establishes the Open Contracting Act.
HB455Thompson, BettyJohnson, ConnieSCS HS HCS HB 455
 0976S.06T - Requires health insurance provided through Medicaid, the Children's Health Insurance Program, and the Missouri Consolidated Health Care Plan to provide coverage for expenses for scalp hair prostheses.
HB461St. Onge, NealShoemaker, ChristoperHB 461
 1142L.01I - Allows certain disputes with the Department of Transportation to be resolved through arbitration.
HB468Byrd, RichardHanaway, CatherineHCS HB 468
 1688L.03C - Amends various provisions regarding the right to civil action for unlawful discriminatory practices.
HB482Byrd, RichardHB 482
 1614L.01I - Permits any required signature on corporate filings with the Secretary of State to be a facsimile, a conformed signature, or an electronically transmitted signature.
HB489Byrd, RichardStevenson, BryanHB 489
 0529L.01I - Requires juvenile sex offenders to register with superintendent of any school district in which the juvenile enrolls or is enrolled.
HB491Rupp, ScottBearden, CarlSCS HB 491
 1477S.03T - Allows biennial registration for driveaway licenses and physically disabled placards.
HB534Muckler, MatthewHaywood, EstherHB 534
 1670L.01I - Requires medically therapeutic circumcisions to be covered under the state Medicaid program and, if funded, nontherapeutic, elective or routine circumcisions in a nondiscriminatory manner.
HB536Bishop, DanielLeVota, PaulHB 536
 1789L.01I - Limits the disclosure of nonpublic personal health information.
HB551Miller, RonaldWilson, LarryHB 551
 1728L.01I - Allows trailers or semitrailers to be registered permanently upon the payment of a certain fee.
HB552Kingery, GayleSCS HB 552
 1916S.03T - Allows law library funds collected in certain counties to be used for courtroom renovation and technology enhancement.
HB554Engler, KevinBarnitz, FranklinHCS HB 554
 1910L.03T - Creates inclement weather exceptions for mandatory school attendance requirements.
HB561St. Onge, NealBivins, WaltHB 561
 1847L.01I - Creates design-build contracting.
HB572Bruns, MarkRupp, ScottHB 572
 1658L.01I - Authorizes a conveyance of state property to the Missouri State Penitentiary Redevelopment Commission.
HB575Dethrow, MikeKingery, GayleSCS HCS HB 575
 2002S.03T - Allows the Ozark Foothills Child Assessment Center and the North Central Missouri Child Assessment Center to be funded by the Department of Social Services.
HB594Emery, EdStevenson, BryanHB 594
 1646L.02T - Creates disincorporation procedures for a special road district in Jasper County.
HB597Schlottach, CharlesThrelkeld, KevinHB 597
 2059L.01T - Removes the requirement that townships submit certain reports to the chief engineer of the Department of Transportation.
HB598Schlottach, CharlesViebrock, JamesSS SCS HB 598
 1497S.06T - Revises provisions relating to motor vehicle regulation and licensing.
HB599Burnett, JohnCarnahan, RussHB 599
 2087L.01T - Adds $5.00 in court costs in municipal cases in Kansas City to be used for procurement, installation, maintenance, consulting services, and upkeep of court information and records management system.
HB602Schoemehl, SueHB 602
 1933L.01I - Allows the Department of Elementary and Secondary Education to award salary supplement grants to priority schools employing high quality teachers.
HB603Self, TomWilson, LarryHB 603
 2051L.01I - Creates contracts to collect delinquent fees owed to the Secretary of State.
HB613Byrd, RichardMayer, RobertCCS SCS HCS HB 613
 1781L.09T - Modifies various provisions of court procedure.
HB640Walton, JuanitaBrooks, SharonHCS HB 640
 1444L.03T - Establishes June 19 of each year as Emancipation Day.
HB641Bean, OttoMayer, RobertHB 641
 1390L.01I - Changes procedures for reviewing fiscal notes for ballot measures.
HB642Bean, OttoMerideth, DennyHB 642
 2117L.01I - Creates right to an accountant for employment security proceedings.
HB643Lowe, JeneeLeVota, PaulHB 643
 2108L.01I - Revises workers' compensation benefits.
HB644Walker, VickiVilla, ThomasHB 644
 1999L.01I - Legalizes the use of marijuana for medicinal purposes.
HB645Ruestman, MarilynSchaaf, RobHB 645
 2013L.01I - Creates inactive licenses for psychologists.
HB646Ruestman, MarilynHunter, SteveHB 646
 1478L.01I - Revise statutes on physical therapists and physical therapist assistants.
HB647Icet, AllenDavis, CynthiaHB 647
 1784L.01I - Authorizes tax credits for contributions to pregnancy resource centers.
HB648Wallace, MaynardHampton, MarkHB 648
 0772L.01I - Allows Fairview R-XI school district to make a one-time transfer from the incidental fund to the capital projects fund for a sewer project.
HB649Skaggs, TrentHB 649
 2119L.01I - Increases the cost of living adjustment for certain special consultants and retirees from 80% to 100% of the consumer price index.
HB650Skaggs, TrentHB 650
 2118L.01I - Allows members of Missouri State Employees Retirement System who retired prior to July 1, 1990, an additional $5 per month times years of creditable service.
HB651Schaaf, RobHB 651
 1922L.01I - Provides for levies for neighborhood improvement district maintenance costs.
HB652Bearden, CarlLager, BradHB 652
 2084L.01I - Requires the state to do performance-based budgeting.
HB653Emery, EdSelby, HaroldHB 653
 1802L.01I - Requires law enforcement officers to forward records of arrest for any arrest made for any alcohol-or drug-related offenses.
HB654Yates, BrianLager, BradHB 654
 2120L.01I - Requires the reporting of knife and explosive weapon wounds as well as gunshot wounds to law enforcement by certain health care providers.
HB655Wilson, KevinSchlottach, CharlesHB 655
 1507L.01T - Revises certain special education services.
HB656May, BobHB 656
 2102L.01I - Repeals the requirement that the Ethics Commission print a summary of ethics laws.
HB657May, BobHB 657
 2101L.01I - Modifies provisions of lobbyist reporting and campaign finance disclosure.
HB658Brown, JasonSchneider, VickiHB 658
 2073L.01I - Revises the crime of identity theft, increases the severity of the punishment, creates a civil cause of action for victims and creates the crime of trafficking in stolen identities.
HB659Luetkemeyer, WilliamHB 659
 1983L.01I - Requires medical transport drivers to be certified and display a windshield placard when performing medical transports for compensation.
HB660Bringer, RachelHB 660
 1779L.01I - Allows nursing home districts to establish senior housing within the corporate limits of the district.
HB661Schaaf, RobHB 661
 2105L.01I - Authorizes a sales tax for museum purposes in Andrew County.
HB662Sutherland, MikeHB 662
 2125L.01I - Creates the crime of unlawful release of anhydrous ammonia.
HB663Lipke, ScottGoodman, JackHB 663
 2069L.01I - Allows officers to take blood, saliva, or urine after a person has refused to submit to a chemical test if the officer has a search warrant; such person's license can still be revoked for refusal.
HB664Rupp, ScottBruns, MarkHB 664
 1840L.01I - Authorizes a tax credit for time and services volunteered by physicians and dentists.
HB665Rupp, ScottCunningham, JaneHB 665
 1839L.01I - Allows students seeking theology or divinity degrees to participate in the Missouri College Guarantee Program.
HB667El-Amin, YaphettHoskins, TheodoreHB 667
 1538L.01I - Extends powers to civilian review boards that investigate allegations of misconduct by local law enforcement officers.
HB668Crawford, LarryBlack, LanieCCS SS SCS HS HB 668
 1760L.20T - Enacts various accountability measures for the operation of the Department of Transportation.
HB669Black, LanieHB 669
 1747L.01I - Creates the crime of endangering corrections personnel in the first, second, and third degrees.
HCR9Boykins, AmberWilson, YvonneHCR 9
 0584L.01I - Declares the first Thursday in February of each year to be "African American Business Enterprise Day".
HCR18Townley, MerrillWilson, VictoriaHCR 18
 1743L.01I - Approves the Curators of the University of Missouri to enter into a ground lease for the purpose of construction of a hotel/convention center complex on real estate located in the City of Columbia.
HJR7Whorton, JimJohnson, RickHJR 7
 0225L.01I - Proposes a constitutional amendment preserving the right to hunt, fish, and harvest game.
HJR22Green, ThomasHJR 22
 2107L.01I - Proposes a constitutional amendment authorizing the appointment of a Director of Transportation.
HJR23Quinn, JohnBearden, CarlHJR 23
 1677L.01I - Proposes a constitutional amendment dedicating one-half of the conservation sales tax to public schools.
HJR24Crawford, LarryBlack, LanieHJR 24
 2111L.04I - Proposes a constitutional amendment restricting use of transportation revenue.
SB34Loudon, JohnSS SB 34
 0389S.06P - Consent for Abortion.
SB54Griesheimer, JohnSB 54
 0299L.01T - Changes motor vehicle emissions test for Franklin County residents from annual to biennial.
SB207Mathewson, JamesSB 207
 0070S.02T - Modifies the law regarding damage claims by rental companies for rental motor vehicles.
SB264Shields, CharlesSS SCS SB 264
 0952S.03P - Articulates conditions under which certain school districts shall not be obligated to comply with certain salary compliance provisions.
SB266Shields, CharlesHCS SB 266
 1024L.02T - Requires the Department of Mental Health to develop a plan to address the needs of persons with developmental disabilities who are on waitlists for services.
SB280Scott, DelbertSS SS SCS SB 280
 0410S.12T - Enacts various tort reform measures.
SB296Griesheimer, JohnHS HCS SCS SB 296
 1130L.07T - Requires changes in rules for classifying public schools to be adopted two years prior to implementation and revises teacher certification standards.
SB299Champion, NormaCCS HS SCS SB 299 & 40
 0682S.11T - Requires performance-based budgeting and requires new state government programs to expire after six years.
SB321Days, RitaSB 321
 1061S.02T - Requires persons discharged from prison or parole to be informed of the procedure to register to vote.
SB355Stoll, SteveHCS SB 355
 1135L.04T - Allows persons registering their vehicles to make a $1 donation to the organ donor program and revises parental consent notice for minors.
SB356Stoll, SteveSB 356
 1133S.01T - Makes a technical change in the organ donation license law.
SB423Childers, DoyleSB 423
 1529S.01T - Designates a portion of Highway 65 and a portion of State Highway 19 as memorial highways.
SB426Griesheimer, JohnSB 426
 1532S.01T - Changes time state employees may receive paid leave for volunteering as a Red Cross disaster service volunteer.
SB456Kennedy, HarrySB 456
 1157S.02T - Allows a self-directed deferred retirement plan program for the St. Louis Firefighters Retirement System.
SB478Gross, CharlesSCS SB 478
 1395S.02T - Creates inactive status for architects and psychologists.
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