93rd General Assembly, 1st Regular Session
Past Activity Registers
For Actions Recorded on: March 29, 2005

BillSponsorCoSponsorBill String
 Bill Information
HB30Schaaf, RobHB 30
 0164L.01I - Provides insurance coverage for phase I and phase II clinical trials for cancer treatment
HB43Wallace, MaynardHB 43
 0135L.01T - Designates a portion of U. S. Highway 160 as the "Rick Harmon Memorial Highway"
HB53Swinger, TerryBean, OttoSCS HB 53
 0339S.03C - Designates a portion of U. S. Highway 412 in Dunklin and Pemiscot counties as the "Governor M. Dalton Memorial Highway"
HB69Rupp, ScottHB 69
 0524L.01T - Changes the laws regarding investments by insurers
HB88Johnson, RobertZweifel, CharlesHB 88
 0175L.01I - Changes the laws regarding property insurance and changes the name of the Basic Property Insurance Inspection and Placement Program to the Fair Access to Insurance Requirements (FAIR) Plan
HB108Schaaf, RobHCS HB 108
 0498L.02P - Allows enrollees to pay the lower of the copayment assigned by the health maintenance organization or health insurer or the usual and customary retail price of the prescription drug
HB117Deeken, BillPage, SamHB 117
 0490L.01I - Allows persons under the protection of a protective order to vote by absentee ballot and permits a person's caretaker to return an absentee ballot on their behalf
HB119Jones, KennyHCS HB 119
 0275L.02T - Requires continuation of life insurance benefits for state employees and retirees who are called to military service in times of active armed warfare
HB149Johnson, RobertHB 149
 0139L.01I - Changes absentee voting to advance voting and removes the restrictions on who can vote by this method
HB155Ruestman, MarilynHB 155
 0766L.01T - Designates a portion of State Highway E in McDonald County as the "Albert Brumley Memorial Highway"
HB236Goodman, JackHB 236
 0907L.02T - Designates the armory located in Pierce City, Lawrence County, as the "Lawrence A. Witt National Guard Armory"
HB280Walsh, GinaJohnson, ConnieHB 280
 1061L.01T - Requires election judges to take voting ballots and equipment to physically disabled voters unable to enter polling places
HB342Baker, BrianHB 342
 0823L.01T - Allows the Cass County Commission to submit the formation of a board of election commissioners to a public vote
HB343Baker, BrianSCS HB 343
 0822S.04C - Allows the presiding commissioner in Cass and Cole counties to be the chief budget officer instead of the county auditor
HB345Baker, BrianHB 345
 0820L.01T - Makes the county commissioner and county highway engineer nonvoting members of the county planning board in Cass County
HB362Lipke, ScottYates, BrianSCS HCS HB 362
 1070S.03C - Changes the laws regarding expungement by requiring that records and files maintained in expungement court proceedings be confidential and only available to the parties or by court order for good cause shown
HB393Byrd, RichardJetton, RodCCS SS SCS HCS HB 393
 1188L.14T - Changes the laws affecting claims for damages and their payment and establishes venue in all tort actions
HB402Schaaf, RobStefanick, JodiHB 402
 1112L.01T - Changes the laws regarding the licensing of podiatrists
HB413Hubbard, RodneyJetton, RodHB 413
 1150L.01T - Requires the Department of Health and Senior Services to offer a vaccination program for first responders deployed to disaster areas as a result of bioterrorism events
HB422Black, LanieNolte, JerryHCS HB 422
 1224L.02T - Conveys the National Guard armory located in Mississippi County to the City of Charleston
HB439Sutherland, MikeHB 439
 0843L.01I - Revises the punishment for careless and imprudent driving by increasing it to a class D felony if a death occurs as the result of the accident
HB445Guest, JimWhorton, JimHB 445
 0901L.01T - Allows municipalities to adopt by reference any state statute relating to vehicle equipment regulations
HB448Villa, ThomasJohnson, ConnieHCS HB 448
 1258L.02T - Increases the salary scale for police officers in the City of St. Louis
HB453May, BobWildberger, EdHB 453
 1205L.01T - Authorizes the Governor to convey state property located in Phelps County to the City of St. James
HB456Kuessner, J CBarnitz, FranklinSCS HB 456
 1036S.02C - Eliminates the duty of a grand jury to examine public buildings and report on their condition
HB462Smith, ToddJohnson, ConnieHCS HB 462 & 463
 1377L.02T - Changes the laws regarding suicide prevention
HB479Ervin, DougHB 479
 1166L.02T - Authorizes the disincorporation of a regional recreational district in Clay County upon the request of the district
HB486Bruns, MarkHB 486
 1426L.01T - Creates exceptions to the prohibition on sexual offender counselors related within the third degree of consanguinity or affinity to any person who has a financial interest in the service provider
HB487Bruns, MarkDeeken, BillSS SCS HB 487
 1532S.06T - Changes the laws regarding titling and registration of motor vehicles and the licensing of drivers
HB498Kratky, FredVogt, MichaelHCS HB 498
 0788L.02P - Changes the laws regarding the crimes of stealing, tampering, and receiving stolen property and requires specific restitution in certain cases
HB499Pratt, BryanBrown, JasonHB 499
 1125L.01I - Creates the crime of stealing leased property
HB513Zweifel, CharlesLiese, AlbertHCS HB 513
 1565L.03T - Designates a portion of State Highway 370 in St. Louis County as the "Officer Scott Armstrong Memorial Highway"
HB515Wood, DennisSCS HCS HB 515
 1536S.03T - Changes the laws regarding the election of board members of tourism community enhancement districts and the disbursement of the district's retail tax
HB524May, BobDeeken, BillHB 524
 0559L.01T - Removes the requirement that lobbyists provide information twice a year to the Missouri Ethics Commission regarding legislation they supported or opposed
HB531Wright, MarkHCS HB 531
 1606L.02T - Authorizes the Governor to convey property in Greene County to the Greater Ozarks Association for Retarded Citizens
HB593Portwood, CharlesWright, MarkHB 593
 1695L.01I - Prohibits the Board of Police Commissioners in the City of St. Louis from requiring that a peace officer live within the city limits if the officer has at least four consecutive years of service
HB618Bearden, CarlBehnen, RobertSCS HB 618
 1755S.02T - Exempts members of the State Highway Patrol assigned to the Division of Drug and Crime Control from personnel caps
HB622Kuessner, J CHarris, BelindaHB 622
 1756L.01I - Requires insurers providing medical malpractice insurance to health care providers in third and fourth classification counties to establish rates based on claims history in these counties
HB631Portwood, CharlesHCS HB 631
 1766L.03T - Authorizes the Governor to convey state property located in the City of Manchester, St. Louis County, to the Manchester United Methodist Church
HB648Loehner, TomSchlottach, CharlesHB 648
 1678L.02I - Establishes the Missouri Wine and Grape Board and creates the Missouri Wine and Grape Fund
HB658Wright, Billy PatMyers, PeterHB 658
 1835L.01I - Modifies the eligibility requirements for the agricultural product utilization contributor tax credit
HB666Guest, JimChinn, KathyHB 666
 1369L.01I - Prohibits persons from trespassing or obtaining certain images of a animal facility and adds a penalty for the release of a pathogen or disease in or near an animal facility
HB728Dempsey, TomHB 728
 1999L.01I - Requires all campaign finance filings to be filed electronically with the Missouri Ethics Commission
HB744Tilley, StevenHB 744
 2027L.01I - Exempts certain food sales from food inspection laws
HB812Yates, BrianWilson, KevinHB 812
 2105L.01I - Makes any contract or subcontract limiting a health care provider's ability to enter into similar contracts or agreements with other entities against public policy and void
HB837Brown, MichaelDenison, CharlieHB 837
 1644L.01I - Authorizes a tax credit for employers who hire certain high school students for summer jobs
HB838Flook, TimNolte, JerryHB 838
 2059L.01I - Allows a full $6,000 retirement benefit deduction from state income for taxpayers over the age of 65 regardless of income
HB839Pearce, DavidHB 839
 2074L.01I - Expands the eligibility of certain corporations to receive a tax credit for investing in or relocating a business to a distressed community
HB840Pearce, DavidHB 840
 2124L.01I - Allows law enforcement officers to use photos or videotape of hazardous materials being seized at the crime scene rather than submitting a sample of the material as evidence
HB841Cooper, ShannonHB 841
 2114L.01I - Transfers the Head Injury Advisory Council from the Office of Administration to the Department of Health and Senior Services
HB842Brooks, SharonHCS HB 842 & 831
 2135L.03C - Changes the laws regarding charter schools
HB843Lampe, SaraFraser, BarbaraHB 843
 1425L.02I - Defines bullying in schools and prohibits school employees, volunteers, or students from bullying a student while on school property
HB844Meadows, TimHB 844
 2069L.01I - Requires certification of trade associations for the purpose of providing health insurance to their members
HB845Boykins, AmberWalton, JuanitaHB 845
 2138L.01I - Requires all health benefit plans to provide coverage for diagnostic testing and healthcare services for individuals with chronic kidney disease
HB846Page, SamHB 846
 2140L.01I - Changes the definition of "security" in the laws regulating securities so that the sale of variable annuities will be regulated by the Secretary of State
HB847Tilley, StevenHB 847
 2122L.01I - Establishes the Well-Being Committee to aid pharmacists who suffer from illness, substance abuse, mental illness, or physical impairments
HB848Pratt, BryanHB 848
 2123L.01I - Adds not-for-profit organizations that provide or contract for ambulance services under the authority of a municipality to the definition of "public entity" in the laws regarding sovereign immunity
HB849Robb, EdHB 849
 2130L.01I - Allows noncharter counties of the first classification to establish the base salaries of certain county officials and transfers the responsibility for computing salaries to the county salary commission
HB850Yates, BrianHB 850
 2129L.01I - Requires any person whose license has been suspended for failing to maintain financial responsibility to pay a $40 reinstatement fee
HB851Sutherland, MikeLoehner, TomHB 851
 2128L.02I - Designates the new State Highway 19 Missouri River bridge which will be built in the City of Hermann as the "Senator Christopher S. Bond Bridge"
HB852Smith, JoeHB 852
 0362L.01I - Requires that only one license plate be issued for a motor vehicle
HB853Sander, ThereseFisher, BarneyHCS HB 853
 2131L.03C - Changes the laws regarding agriculture including the Fuel Ethanol Producer Incentive Fund, biodiesel fuel, motor fuel tax, food inspections, Missouri Wine and Grape Board, and pesticides
HB854Richard, RonJetton, RodHCS HB 854
 2104L.05C - Changes the laws regarding job development programs administered by the Department of Economic Development and establishes the Missouri Quality Jobs Program
HB855Wasson, JayBehnen, RobertHB 855
 2099L.02I - Authorizes the Department of Economic Development to contract with a higher education institute to establish a distant dental hygienist learning program
HB856Lampe, SaraDenison, CharlieHB 856
 2141L.01I - Changes the laws regarding the licensing of marital and family therapists
HB857Roorda, JeffHB 857
 2126L.01I - Creates the crime of altering or falsifying drug or alcohol test results or selling or transporting a biological sample or adulterant to falsify test results
HB858Hobbs, SteveByrd, RichardHB 858
 2118L.02I - Changes the laws regarding eminent domain proceedings
HCR28Salva, RayHCR 28
 2120L.01I - Urges Judge Dean Whipple to end the federal receivership of the Housing Authority of Kansas City.
HCR29Page, SamBringer, RachelHCR 29
 1645L.02I - Urges the Missouri Supreme Court to promulgate rules to permit the use of electronic mail for the service of legal documents.
HJR7Kingery, GaylePhillips, SusanHJR 7
 0448L.01I - Proposes a constitutional amendment to increase legislative term limits from eight to 12 years and the term of office for representatives from two to four years
HJR25Kraus, WillFlook, TimHJR 25
 2097L.01I - Proposes a constitutional amendment decreasing the number of members of the Missouri House of Representatives from 163 to 137
SB32Bartle, MatthewHCS SS SCS SB 32
 0099L.19C - Regulates sexually oriented businesses
SB539Purgason, ChuckSS SB 539
 1714S.07T - Modifies provisions in various health care and social services programs
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