91st General Assembly, 1st Regular Session
Past Activity Registers
For Actions Recorded on: March 28, 2001

BillSponsorCoSponsorBill String
 Bill Information
HB15Green, TimCCS SCS HCS HB 15
 0015L.04T - Appropriates money for supplemental purposes, claims for refunds, and transfer of money among certain funds.
HB18Green, TimCCS SCS HCS HB 18
 0018L.04T - Appropriates money for capital improvement projects involving maintenance, repair, replacement, and improvement of state buildings and facilities, including installation, modification, and renovation.
HB19Green, TimCCS SCS HCS HB 19
 0019L.04T - Appropriates money for planning, expenses, and for capital improvements including, but not limited to, major additions and renovations.
HB26Wilson, YvonneBoykins, AmberHCS HB 26
 0155L.04C - Creates the Missouri Essential Needs School Districts Loan Repayment Assistance Program.
HB31Gaskill, SamuelHB 31
 0456L.01I - Creates a state income tax credit for personal property taxes paid on agricultural crops and machinery. .
HB32Gaskill, SamuelHB 32
 0469L.01I - Changes the waiting period for a marriage license.
HB34Gaskill, SamuelHB 34
 0457L.01I - Prohibits courts of law from modifying common law to create new causes of action.
HB36Gaskill, SamuelHB 36
 0458L.01I - Places certain prohibitions and restrictions on lottery advertising.
HB37Gaskill, SamuelHB 37
 0460L.01I - Prohibits persons less than eighteen years of age from possessing tobacco products.
HB39Gaskill, SamuelHB 39
 0470L.01I - Exempts from state income tax the first six thousand dollars of public pension income and allows an additional state income tax deduction of up to six thousand dollars for public pension income.
HB40Gaskill, SamuelHB 40
 0461L.01I - Prohibits the Department of Revenue from conditioning the property and pharmaceutical tax credits on the filing of a federal income tax return.
HB48Relford, RandallHB 48
 0391L.01T - Amends various provisions relating to embalmers and funeral directors.
HB50Relford, RandallSCS HCS HB 50
 0061S.07C - Revises law on reading instruction and assessment, school report cards, urban school districts, and teachers' licenses.
HB55Ward, DanielSelby, HaroldHB 55
 0173L.01I - Includes the services of chiropractors in Medicaid coverage.
HB65Reynolds, DavidHB 65
 0407L.01I - Provides bonuses for Missouri veterans of WWI, WWII, the Korean Conflict, the Vietnam Conflict and the Persian Gulf War.
HB70Koller, DonHB 70
 0576L.01P - Limits motorcycle helmet requirement to persons under twenty-one years of age.
HB78Kennedy, HarryRichardson, MarkHB 78
 0298L.01T - Grants immunity from civil suits to physicians' health programs for reporting information on licensees to the State Board of Registration for the Healing Arts.
HB80Ross, CarsonCCS SCS HB 80
 0237L.04T - Authorizes the creation of multijurisdictional antifraud enforcement groups and revises peace officers training requirements.
HB85Luetkemeyer, WilliamHB 85
 0152L.01I - Authorizes and creates structure for law enforcement districts in certain counties.
HB93Gaskill, SamuelHCS HB 93
 0222L.02C - Regulates private, unpaid gubernatorial airplane flights and allows for private use of government planes by the Governor in certain conditions.
HB95Wilson, YvonneBrooks, SharonHB 95
 0154L.01I - Allows urban school districts to start school prior to September 1st.
HB103Bearden, CarlPortwood, CharlesHB 103
 0511L.01I - Creates an income tax credit for certain amounts paid by individual residents for property taxes.
HB106Johnson, ConnieBowman, JohnHCS HB 106
 0632L.03T - Establishes a state systemic lupus erythematosis program in the Department of Health.
HB107Clayton, RobertRichardson, MarkSCS HS HCS HB 107
 0162S.05T - Creates the Legal Services for Low-income People Fund and the Missouri CASA Fund.
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.
HB119Clayton, RobertRelford, RandallHB 119
 0575L.01I - Establishes a pharmaceutical relief program for senior citizens in the Department of Social Services.
HB120O'Connor, PatrickSCS HB 120
 0483S.06C - Amends laws on motor vehicles and transportation.
HB121Luetkemeyer, WilliamKennedy, HarryHB 121
 0153L.01I - Creates a mandatory school observance for Veterans' Day.
HB128Fraser, BarbaraHB 128
 0293L.01I - Repeals the mandatory September first start date for elementary and secondary schools.
HB129VanZandt, TimothyCampbell, MarshaHB 129
 0684L.01T - Prohibits state and local governments from entering into contingency fee contracts for work performed on tax collection cases.
HB131Holand, RoyDavis, DahlmanHB 131
 0723L.01I - Authorizes school districts to impose a surcharge on their residents' income.
HB133Gambaro, DerioSCS HB 133
 0396S.08T - Allows local housing corporations and neighborhood associations to bring property receivership actions and makes other changes concerning redevelopment projects.
HB144Bonner, DennisCierpiot, ConnieCCS#2 SS SCS HCS HB 144 & 46
 0515S.10T - Requires check for outstanding arrest warrants before releasing a prisoner and increases penalty for aiding the escape of a prisoner.
HB157Hosmer, WilliamCCS SCS HB 157
 0774L.06T - Revises marriage laws.
HB163Berkowitz, SamWagner, HowardHB 163
 0543L.01T - Expands sources of funding for the Highway Patrol's Motor Vehicle and Aircraft Revolving Fund.
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.
HB168Froelker, JamesHB 168
 0800L.01I - Increases the maximum allowable income to qualify for one hundred percent of the pharmaceutical income tax credit from fifteen thousand dollars to thirty-six thousand dollars.
HB169Froelker, JamesHB 169
 0797L.01I - Establishes a pharmaceutical assistance program in the Division of Aging.
HB172Froelker, JamesHB 172
 0795L.01I - Creates a sales and use tax holiday for all retail sales of clothing with a taxable value of twenty dollars or less during the month of August.
HB180Thompson, BettyBoucher, ArthurHB 180
 0536L.01T - Creates a Women Offender Program in the Department of Corrections.
HB185Legan, KennethMyers, PeterSS SCS HB 185
 0664S.06T - Allows counties of the third classification to adopt building codes in certain areas, subject to voter approval.
HB186Troupe, CharlesHCS HB 186 & 172
 0749L.03C - Creates a sales and use tax holiday for clothing purchased before the start of the 2001-2002 school year.
HB194Hosmer, WilliamFarnen, TheodoreHCS HB 194
 0257L.02C - Creates faculty representative positions on all university boards of governors; makes other changes regarding higher education.
HB199Davis, DahlmanHoland, RoyHB 199
 0724L.01I - Expands the laws and funds for alternative education programs.
HB201Shields, CharlesHB 201
 0820L.01I - Creates a state income tax credit for certain small employers who provide health insurance for eligible employees.
HB202Rizzo, HenrySCS HB 202
 0668S.05T - Changes procedural requirements of, increases tax ceiling for, and grants additional powers to transportation development districts.
HB205Relford, RandallSCS HCS HB 205, 323 & 549
 0868S.08C - Authorizes an incentive program for forestry, extends carryover of wood energy tax credit, prohibits introduction of wild elk, increases penalties for deer poaching, and allows killing of feral hogs.
HB206VanZandt, TimothyCampbell, MarshaHB 206
 0682L.01I - Authorizes Kansas City, upon voter approval, to impose a license tax on the rental of passenger motor vehicles.
HB207Ross, CarsonBoucher, ArthurHCS HB 207
 0590L.02T - Permits the Veterans' Commission Capital Improvement Trust Fund to issue matching grants for veterans service officer programs.
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.
HB219Townley, MerrillRansdall, BillySCS HB 219
 0732S.03T - Amends various provisions of the fencing law.
HB236Smith, PhilipSCS HB 236
 0885S.02T - Establishes the Juvenile Information Governance Commission.
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.
HB241Smith, PhilipCCS SCS HCS HB 241
 0639S.05T - Revises the Principal and Income Act applicable to trusts and estates.
HB242Smith, PhilipSCS HB 242
 0674L.05T - Allows a transient guest tax to be adopted in the cities of Clarksville, Louisiana, and Ste. Genevieve and in Ste. Genevieve County.
HB261Linton, WilliamLevin, DavidHB 261
 0650L.01I - Creates a state income tax credit in an amount equal to one thousand dollars per child who reads at such child's current grade level or higher.
HB262Linton, WilliamPhillips, SusanHB 262
 0648L.01I - Revises law on the privacy of elementary and secondary student records, regulates disclosure of higher education disciplinary actions, and revises marriage law.
HB265Hosmer, WilliamHCS HB 265 & 369
 0853L.02P - Revises death penalty law.
HB266Treadway, JosephHB 266
 0613L.01T - Adds a new provision relating to commissions for real estate brokers.
HB274Shields, CharlesHCS HB 274
 0911L.03T - Allows up to a five-day reduction, for this year only, of the minimum 174 school day requirement.
HB285Wilson, VictoriaJohnson, ConnieHB 285
 0084L.03I - Requires the Department of Health to designate centers of excellence in women's health.
HB287Williams, DeletaHosmer, WilliamHS HB 287
 0206L.03F - Provides guidelines for operation of private prisons.
HB288Campbell, MarshaHB 288
 0083L.02I - Exempts design-build contractors from certain certificate of registration and certificate of authority requirements.
HB302Hosmer, WilliamSkaggs, BillyCCS#2 SCS HCS HB 302 & 38
 0265L.15T - Lowers the blood alcohol content level necessary for a conviction of driving with excessive blood alcohol content from .10 to .08.
HB309McKenna, RyanJohnson, RickHB 309
 0997L.01P - Allows appropriations to community colleges for surface parking areas.
HB314Treadway, JosephNordwald, CharlesHB 314
 0586L.01P - Provides for the licensure of baccalaureate social workers.
HB318O'Toole, JamesHB 318
 0950L.01P - Requires all public retirement plans to file proposed rules with the Joint Committee on Public Employee Retirement.
HB335Townley, MerrillHB 335
 1140L.01I - Prohibits consumer reporting agencies from imposing charges for certain consumer credit disclosures.
HB374Fraser, BarbaraAbel, MarkHCS HB 374
 0288L.04C - Prohibits the buying and selling of stolen pets and creates the missing and stolen pet registry.
HB379Reid, MichaelWiggins, GaryHB 379
 1153L.02I - Prevents the release of free roaming wild elk in the state prior to January 1, 2012.
HB381Hoppe, ThomasHosmer, WilliamSS SCS HS HB 381
 1128S.11T - Revises law on sale, distribution, and possession of tobacco products.
HB385Franklin, J.SCS HB 385
 1117S.09C - Revises school retirement systems.
HB409Surface, CharlesHB 409
 1009L.01T - Authorizes a conveyance between the Missouri National Guard and the City of Joplin.
HB431Barry, JoanHB 431
 1346L.01T - Makes a technical correction in temporary licenses for trauma training.
HB433Bartle, MatthewHB 433
 1273L.01I - Removes expired provisions and sections.
HB441Holt, BruceBoucher, ArthurHCS HB 441, 94 & 244
 1275L.03T - Provides honorary high school diplomas to World War I, World War II, and Korean War veterans who left high school before graduation to serve in the United States military.
HB449Myers, PeterHB 449
 0919L.01I - Requires an uninsured motorist found to be at fault for an automobile accident with an insured motorist to pay the insured motorist's insurance deductible for coverage under the insured's policy.
HB450Myers, PeterHB 450
 0918L.01I - Requires the payment of all delinquent property taxes on real estate in order to obtain title by adverse possession.
HB451Myers, PeterColeman, MaidaHB 451
 0916L.01I - Expands the newborn screening requirements to include potentially treatable and manageable disorders.
HB452Gratz, WilliamHB 452
 1246L.01I - Expands eligible beneficiaries of Vocational Enterprises Program of the Department of Corrections.
HB458Lawson, MauriceMyers, PeterHB 458
 0033L.01T - Permits the use of flashing signals by church buses.
HB471Jolly, CathyJohnson, RickCCS SCS HB 471
 1287L.04T - Adds the drug "ecstasy" to drug trafficking statutes, regulates methamphetamine precursor drugs, and establishes new penalties for theft and possession of anhydrous ammonia.
HB487Davis, DahlmanSeigfreid, JamesHB 487
 0900L.01I - Establishes Missouri Tobacco Settlement Trust Fund; dedicates at least twenty-five percent of fund proceeds to public schools on a per-pupil basis.
HB490Kelly, GaryKelley, PatrickHB 490
 1164L.01I - Prohibits alcohol in the Capitol except upon order of the Governor.
HB491George, ThomasHickey, JohnCCS SCS HB 491
 0807L.04T - Eliminates the office of city marshal in third class cities that contract for police service.
HB492Levin, DavidMyers, PeterHB 492
 0891L.01I - Increases the dependency exemption from $1,200 to $2,400 for all tax years beginning on or after January 1, 2001.
HB493Levin, DavidJetton, RodHB 493
 0893L.01I - Increases the amount of the state income tax deduction for long-term health insurance premiums from fifty percent to one hundred percent for tax years beginning after December 31, 2000.
HB494Levin, DavidJetton, RodHB 494
 0896L.01I - Increases the maximum property tax credit for the elderly to two thousand dollars and increases eligibility for the property tax credit by raising income caps.
HB495Levin, DavidMyers, PeterHB 495
 0895L.01I - Exempts from state income tax all amounts spent for medical insurance premiums and out-of-pocket medical costs.
HB501Bowman, JohnFoley, JamesSS SCS HB 501
 1007S.06T - Increases the authorization for water pollution bonds and revises law on water and sewer systems.
HB502Ward, DanielHB 502
 1317L.01T - Authorizes a conveyance of certain property in St. Francois County to the American Legion.
HB519Froelker, JamesHB 519
 1390L.01I - Increases the multiplier for Public School Retirement System benefits for members with over 30 years creditable service.
HB532Bartle, MatthewHB 532
 1199L.01I - Requires at least twenty-five percent of any tobacco settlement moneys received by the state be used for elementary and secondary education.
HB533Johnson, RickJetton, RodHCS HB 533 & 724
 0382L.03P - Revises laws on sexual crimes.
HB537Ostmann, LucindaWilson, VictoriaHB 537
 0186L.01T - Amends various statutes relating to marriage by adding gender neutral language.
HB544Holand, RoyTreadway, JosephHB 544
 1433L.01P - Requires physicians to maintain an adequate, complete and legible written patient record.
HB567Treadway, JosephCCS SS SCS HCS HB 567
 1484L.12T - Makes various changes to different boards supervised by the Division of Professional Registration.
HB575O'Connor, PatrickAbel, MarkSS SCS HB 575
 1430S.04T - Revises Motor Vehicle Franchise Practices Law and adds provisions for recreational vehicles.
HB581Kreider, JimRidgeway, LuannSCS HCS HB 581
 1516S.05C - Revises the laws on agriculture and water.
HB584Bartle, MatthewKelley, PatrickHB 584
 1547L.01I - Establishes the Missouri Tobacco Settlement Trust Fund in the state treasury.
HB590Graham, CharlesHB 590
 1560L.01T - Places administration of tax credits for Americans with Disabilities Act compliance by small businesses under joint administration of the directors of Revenue and Economic Development.
HB600Hosmer, WilliamMarsh, B JHB 600
 1133L.01T - Authorizes conveyance between board of governors of Southwest Missouri State University and Southwest Missouri Ecumenical Center.
HB601Reid, MichaelShoemyer, WesHB 601
 1438L.01I - Establishes a chronic wasting disease certification program in the Department of Agriculture for the eradication of the disease in captive elk herds in the state.
HB607Treadway, JosephJohnson, RickSCS HB 607
 1624S.02T - Removes limitation of permitted gratuitous services by out-of-state dentists to summer camps.
HB612Baker, LanaGraham, CharlesSCS HS HB 612
 1625S.05C - Enacts new provisions under the federal Ticket to Work and Work Incentives Act; allows state to consent to being sued in state courts under the Americans with Disabilities Act.
HB621Gratz, WilliamVogel, CarlCCS HB 621
 1649L.03T - Creates Missouri State Penitentiary Redevelopment Commission.
HB626Hosmer, WilliamSCS HB 626
 1565S.02C - Removes the Social Security number requirement on marriage licenses for applicants who do not have a Social Security number and establishes policy on recognition of marriages.
HB637Bray, JoanHB 637
 1527L.01I - Requires school board members to reside in the school district for one year prior to election or appointment.
HB644Burton, GarySCS HB 644
 1538L.02T - Creates a presumption that a beneficiary designation is unaffected by a subsequent dissolution or annulment.
HB648Ostmann, LucindaDolan, JonathanSCS HB 648,HB 477 & HB 805
 1664S.07T - Creates an alternative method of obtaining temporary driving permit.
HB649Shields, CharlesHB 649
 1502L.01I - Authorizes school districts to adopt a voter-approved supplemental income tax for the purpose of reducing reliance on property taxes to sustain the school or schools of the school district.
HB659Hagan-Harrell, MaryHB 659
 1673L.01I - Allows former members of the General Assembly to be appointed special consultants on retirement matters.
HB662Green, TimSt. Onge, NealSCS HB 662
 1623S.02C - Regulates retainage payments in certain private building contracts.
HB664Skaggs, BillyHB 664
 1656L.01T - Makes changes to charitable gift annuities provisions.
HB669Shields, CharlesNaeger, PatrickHB 669
 1490L.01I - Allows waiver school districts to be created in any accredited school district.
HB670Campbell, MarshaHoland, RoyHB 670
 1392L.01I - Regulates the use of portable telecommunications devices while operating a motor vehicle.
HB671Hagan-Harrell, MaryHB 671
 1011L.01I - Increases from the current 80% to 100% the cost of living adjustment for state retirement benefits.
HB672Hagan-Harrell, MaryHB 672
 1010L.01I - Increases to 1.7% the annuity factor for certain state retirement systems.
HB674Hagan-Harrell, MaryHB 674
 1672L.01I - Allows former members of the General Assembly to be appointed special consultants on retirement matters.
HB679Boykins, AmberHB 679
 1685L.01T - Allows state employees to take a leave of absence to serve as a bone marrow or human organ donor.
HB693Smith, PhilipCarnahan, RussSCS HB 693
 1675S.04T - Amends various provisions relating to the Administrative Hearing Commission.
HB716Treadway, JosephBurton, GaryHB 716
 1804L.01I - Amends various provisions regarding licensure of physical therapists and physical therapist assistants.
HB725Britt, PhillipHB 725
 1796L.01T - Allows additional fund transfers in a certain school district.
HB735Shields, CharlesHanaway, CatherineHB 735
 1489L.03I - Creates the Classroom Trust Fund and transfers certain gaming proceeds to the fund.
HB738Liese, ChrisSS HCS HB 738
 1530S.07T - Changes the law governing financial institutions.
HB754Franklin, J.HCS HB 754, 29, 300 & 505
 1914L.04P - Establishes teacher salary supplements for National Board teacher certification.
HB759Kelly, GlendaCampbell, MarshaHB 759
 0096L.01I - Repeals the current child relocation statute and reenacts an earlier version of this section.
HB762Kreider, JimBarry, JoanCCS SS SCS HS HCS HB 762
 1642L.16T - Requires HMOs to provide direct access to ob/gyn services, bone density testing and contraceptive coverage, and notify enrollees of cancer screenings available through their insurance.
HB769Harlan, TimothyHB 769
 1622L.01P - Protects privacy of participants in the Missouri Higher Education Savings Program.
HB779Barnett, MyronHB 779
 1881L.02T - Authorizes lease of property by Northwest Missouri State University to Missouri National Guard and City of Maryville.
HB787Marble, GaryHB 787
 1851L.01I - Creates fund from lapsed funds to pay future Article X distributions.
HB796Hosmer, WilliamSCS HB 796
 1821S.03T - Requires manufacturers, packers, distributors, or sellers of drugs or devices to comply with the current federal labeling requirements in the Federal Food, Drug and Cosmetic Act.
HB801Liese, ChrisWagner, HowardSCS HB 801
 1984S.04T - Prohibits release of nonpublic information by financial institutions.
HB805Mayer, RobertRichardson, MarkHB 805
 1985L.01I - Provides for driver education of participants in federal residential job training programs.
HB816Kennedy, HarryGambaro, DerioHB 816
 1904L.01T - Replaces oath requirement with signature requirement for making claim for certain tax refunds.
HB821Hosmer, WilliamHB 821
 1668L.01T - Expands the Missouri Kidney Program to provide immunosuppressive pharmaceuticals to other transplant patients.
HB824Abel, MarkBarry, JoanHS HCS HB 824
 1684L.06F - Creates a Pharmaceutical Investment Program for Seniors to help defray the cost of pharmaceuticals for senior citizens.
HB828Skaggs, BillyHB 828
 2041L.01I - Authorizes "animal friendly" license plate.
HB832Gaskill, SamuelHB 832
 1999L.01I - Limits liability of persons defending the U.S. flag.
HB836Mays, CarolRichardson, MarkHB 836
 2047L.01I - Establishes retail electric customer choice.
HB864Dempsey, TomBearden, CarlHB 864
 2058L.01I - Adds Consumer Price Index adjustment to "hold harmless" school districts' school aid.
HB865Davis, DahlmanHB 865
 2069L.02T - Revises law concerning public reporting of certain school information.
HB870Merideth, DennyHoland, RoyHB 870
 2007L.01I - Amends various provisions of the Grandparents as Foster Parents Program.
HB887Troupe, CharlesReinhart, GeralynHB 887
 2102L.01I - Establishes a Medicaid Pharmacy Management Program in the Department of Social Services and a Joint Committee on Pharmacy Management.
HB890Hendrickson, CarlHB 890
 1680L.01I - Authorizes municipalities to regulate adult establishments.
HB891HS HB 891
 2131L.04F - Prohibits the disclosure of health information without the consent of the person to whom such information pertains.
HB897Kreider, JimHanaway, CatherineHB 897
 1864L.03T - Prohibits Department of Revenue from gathering or including on driver's license any information for which it does not have statutory authority.
HB898Hilgemann, RobertHendrickson, CarlHB 898
 2084L.01I - Enacts the Uniform Planned Community Act.
HB908Hollingsworth, KatherineHB 908
 1599L.01I - Expands the jurisdiction of the juvenile courts to include paternity, permanent guardianship and dissolution of marriage actions.
HB915Graham, CharlesWilson, VictoriaHB 915
 2123L.01P - Allows the State of Missouri to be sued in state court under the Americans with Disabilities Act.
HB921Curls, MelbaThompson, BettyHCS HB 921
 2130L.04C - Requires banks, savings and loan associations and credit unions to honor state payroll checks.
HB949Barry, JoanSCS HB 949
 2237S.02C - Revises hospital whistle blower provision and enacts the Missouri Health Facilities Review Law.
HB964Carnahan, RussCopenhaver, NancyHB 964
 2136L.03I - Establishes a Childhood Lead Testing Program in the Department of Health.
HJR5Barry, JoanFarnen, TheodoreHJR 5
 0592L.01P - Proposes a constitutional amendment to allow school districts to pass bond issues by simple majority vote.
HJR6Hosmer, WilliamHJR 6
 0696L.01I - Proposes a constitutional amendment to change distribution of forfeiture proceeds.
HJR9Linton, WilliamLograsso, DonaldHJR 9
 0651L.01I - Proposes a constitutional amendment to require the State Board of Education to be elected.
HJR11Gambaro, DerioHanaway, CatherineHS HJR 11
 0728L.03T - Proposes a constitutional amendment to allow the City of St. Louis to revise or amend charter to provide for county officers.
HJR14Kelly, GlendaTroupe, CharlesHJR 14
 1557L.01I - Proposes a constitutional amendment to dedicate tobacco settlement money to the Children's Investment Fund.
HJR16Reid, MichaelCrawford, LarryHJR 16
 1928L.01I - Proposes a constitutional amendment to change the allocation of general state sales tax on motor vehicles to: 75% to transportation use and 25% to school use.
HJR18Johnson, RickHollingsworth, KatherineHJR 18
 2244L.01I - Proposes a constitutional amendment increasing the number of members of the State Board of Education.
SB25Johnson, SidneySB 25
 0376S.01T - Removes prohibition on collection of tuition by the University of Missouri.
SB130Bland, MaryHCS SB 130
 0426L.02T - Requires liquor licensees to post signs warning that drinking alcohol during pregnancy can cause birth defects.
SB201Sims, BettySB 201
 0809S.01T - Requires Governor to declare February as Missouri Lifelong Learning Month.
SB256Caskey, HaroldSB 256
 0497S.02T - Authorizes forty million dollars in bonds for various water and sewer programs; permits political subdivisions to require owners to connect to a sewer system.
SB353Johnson, SidneySB 353
 1377S.01T - Revises "recalculated levy" used to determine state aid for certain school districts.
SB431Goode, WayneSCS SB 431
 1055S.04T - Authorizes the Governor to convey the rights to certain water held in Mark Twain Lake.
SB434Sims, BettySB 434
 1785S.01I - Allows expanded funding for Department of Health programs.
SB448Sims, BettySS SCS SB 448 & 588
 1835S.03F - Provides for Medicaid eligibility for certain breast and cervical cancer patients.
SB486Yeckel, AnitaHS HCS SCS SB 486 & SB 422
 1015L.07C - Recalling fire district board members requires misconduct in office.
SB500Mathewson, JamesSB 500
 2006S.01T - Revises certain job training programs.
SB515Yeckel, AnitaHCS SCS SB 515
 2013L.05T - Modifies requirements for items that are filed with the Recorder of Deeds.
SB521Mathewson, JamesHCS SB 521
 1802L.03T - Clarifies duty of workers' compensation insurance carriers.
SB605Jacob, KennethSB 605
 2170S.01T - Modifies law regarding licensing of surplus lines insurance.
SB623Westfall, MorrisSCS SB 623
 2197S.02C - Allows 2 sets of specialized plates to be issued to U.S. Congressional members.
SCR22Rohrbach, LarrySCR 22
 1918L.01I - Authorizes the Committee on Legislative Research to compile the Session Laws for the Ninety-first General Assembly, First Regular Session.
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