91st General Assembly, 1st Regular Session
Past Activity Registers
For Actions Recorded on: April 03, 2001

BillSponsorCoSponsorBill String
 Bill Information
HB14Green, TimCCS SCS HCS HB 14
 0014L.04T - Appropriates money for expenditure from payments to the state under the Master Settlement Agreement with tobacco companies.
HB52Ward, DanielCrump, WayneHB 52
 0176L.03T - Prohibits the prosecuting attorney of St. Francois County from engaging in the private practice of law.
HB107Clayton, RobertRichardson, MarkSCS HS HCS HB 107
 0162S.05T - Creates the Legal Services for Low-income People Fund and the Missouri CASA Fund.
HB134Selby, HaroldHB 134
 0542L.01I - Requires mental hospitals and facilities to quarterly report the use of electroconvulsive therapies to the Department of Mental Health.
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.
HB150Troupe, CharlesHB 150
 0747L.01I - Requires publication of records regarding the death of incarcerated offenders.
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.
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.
HB231Troupe, CharlesHB 231
 0926L.01I - Creates the Office of Corrections Ombudsman, overseen by a new Board of Corrections Ombudsman.
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.
HB258Koller, DonClayton, RobertHB 258
 0805L.01I - Allows concealed firearms.
HB272Froelker, JamesHB 272
 0381L.01I - Requires court pleadings and forms to use words commonly used in the English language.
HB285Wilson, VictoriaJohnson, ConnieHB 285
 0084L.03I - Requires the Department of Health to designate centers of excellence in women's health.
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.
HB334Davis, DahlmanSeigfreid, JamesHCS HB 334
 0804L.02P - Makes the "recalculated levy" for school districts permanent.
HB346Luetkemeyer, WilliamMarble, GaryHB 346
 0146L.02I - Limits access by offenders to personal information.
HB375Fraser, BarbaraWalton, JuanitaHB 375
 0290L.01I - Creates a tax credit for donations to sexual violence crisis service centers.
HB381Hoppe, ThomasHosmer, WilliamSS SCS HS HB 381
 1128S.11T - Revises law on sale, distribution, and possession of tobacco products.
HB409Surface, CharlesHB 409
 1009L.01T - Authorizes a conveyance between the Missouri National Guard and the City of Joplin.
HB421Graham, CharlesFarnen, TheodoreCCS SS SCS HS HB 421
 1100L.14C - Provides that consumption, not sale or provision, of intoxicating beverages is the proximate cause of injuries resulting from intoxication.
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.
HB473Robirds, EstelKreider, JimSCS HB 473
 1205S.03T - Designates cut-leaved teasel, common teasel, and kudzu vine as noxious weeds.
HB498Wagner, HowardMcKenna, RyanSCS HB 498
 1326L.03T - Changes the petitioning provisions for opting out of the city manager form of government.
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.
HB550VanZandt, TimothyCampbell, MarshaHB 550
 1373L.01I - Creates a local sales and use tax exemption for services, materials and supplies used in the production of printed materials.
HB575O'Connor, PatrickAbel, MarkSS SCS HB 575
 1430S.04T - Revises Motor Vehicle Franchise Practices Law and adds provisions for recreational vehicles.
HB596Kennedy, HarryGambaro, DerioHB 596
 1423L.01T - Clarifies the allowed consolidation between the Planned Industrial Expansion Authority and the Land Clearance for Redevelopment Authority in St. Louis City.
HB599Green, TimHanaway, CatherineHB 599
 1066L.01I - Further regulates the use of tax increment financing in the St. Louis metropolitan area.
HB600Hosmer, WilliamMarsh, B JHB 600
 1133L.01T - Authorizes conveyance between board of governors of Southwest Missouri State University and Southwest Missouri Ecumenical Center.
HB628Hendrickson, CarlMurphy, P.HB 628
 0839L.01I - Creates a sales and use tax exemption for merchandise purchased for use in connection with a funeral, burial or cremation.
HB644Burton, GarySCS HB 644
 1538L.02T - Creates a presumption that a beneficiary designation is unaffected by a subsequent dissolution or annulment.
HB650Shields, CharlesHB 650
 1482L.01I - Makes various changes regarding the sheltered workshop laws.
HB651Robirds, EstelSchwab, DavidHB 651
 1468L.01I - Limits parental liability for the damages caused by the acts of seventeen year old children.
HB663Kennedy, HarryLuetkenhaus, WilliamHCS HB 663 & 375
 0316L.04C - Creates a state income tax credit for contributions to unplanned pregnancy resource centers and to sexual violence crisis service centers.
HB664Skaggs, BillyHB 664
 1656L.01T - Makes changes to charitable gift annuities provisions.
HB665Shields, CharlesNaeger, PatrickHB 665
 1491L.01I - Immunizes teachers in public schools from tort liability for reporting violent acts of students.
HB704Gambaro, DerioHB 704
 1840L.01I - Allows the City of St. Louis to have a mechanic's lien when it has previously paid mechanics to perform abatement work on derelict real property.
HB716Treadway, JosephBurton, GaryHB 716
 1804L.01I - Amends various provisions regarding licensure of physical therapists and physical therapist assistants.
HB745Farnen, TheodoreHB 745
 1896L.02T - Allows unclaimed property to be collected by a county or city public administrator.
HB764Luetkenhaus, WilliamHB 764
 1892L.01I - Allows a claimant insured by the Missouri Property and Casualty Insurance Guaranty Association to be awarded the cost of reasonable medical expenses and loss of earnings, up to their policy limits.
HB779Barnett, MyronHB 779
 1881L.02T - Authorizes lease of property by Northwest Missouri State University to Missouri National Guard and City of Maryville.
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.
HB807Naeger, PatrickSecrest, PatriciaHB 807
 1309L.02I - Establishes a pharmacy discount program for certain Medicaid eligible persons.
HB816Kennedy, HarryGambaro, DerioHB 816
 1904L.01T - Replaces oath requirement with signature requirement for making claim for certain tax refunds.
HB818Kennedy, HarryHB 818
 1905L.02I - Exempts coffins, caskets, and urns from the state sales tax.
HB837Foley, JamesHanaway, CatherineHB 837
 1916L.01I - Expands the powers of the Greater St. Louis Sports Authority.
HB843Harding, MargaretCopenhaver, NancyHB 843
 1855L.01I - Requires the registration of kegs of intoxicating liquor.
HB853Crump, WayneKreider, JimHCS HB 853 & 258
 1981L.06C - Authorizes permits to carry concealed firearms.
HB865Davis, DahlmanHB 865
 2069L.02T - Revises law concerning public reporting of certain school information.
HB866Boucher, ArthurHB 866
 2083L.01I - Revises certain provisions related to excursion boat gaming, and increases funding for Bright Flight scholarships.
HB880Crawford, LarryBlack, LanieHB 880
 1031L.01I - Requires the Board of Probation and Parole to provide probation services on all criminal nonsupport cases.
HB886Kelly, VanCooper, ShannonHB 886
 1962L.01I - Exempts the sale of coffins, caskets, burial cases, burial vaults and clothing used for burial from sales/use tax.
HB892Brooks, SharonHB 892
 2103L.01I - Makes various changes regarding sanitation in and inspection of food establishments.
HB900Ward, DanielHB 900
 2172L.01I - Allows nonresident property and casualty insurance licensees to hold a surplus lines license.
HB909Davis, DahlmanHB 909
 2201L.01T - Authorizes exchange of property interests between the Department of Natural Resources and the City of Lexington.
HB922Gaskill, SamuelBartelsmeyer, LindaHB 922
 2213L.01T - Authorizes the City of Monett to annex municipal airport.
HB944Coleman, MaidaKreider, JimHB 944
 2100L.02I - Allows an income tax credit for taxpayers whose spouse is not employed outside the home and provides child care.
HB945Hosmer, WilliamSCS HB 945
 2222S.03T - Authorizes counties and the City of St. Louis to elect between two different juror compensation schemes.
HB951Gratz, WilliamHB 951
 2246L.01I - Authorizes a conveyance of property in Cole County.
HB964Carnahan, RussCopenhaver, NancyHB 964
 2136L.03I - Establishes a Childhood Lead Testing Program in the Department of Health.
HB981Willoughby, PhillipShields, CharlesHS HCS HB 981 & 665
 2282L.04P - Immunizes teachers in public schools from tort liability for reporting violent acts of students; and subjects the state to liability for violations of certain federal laws.
HB996Byrd, RichardHickey, JohnHB 996
 2271L.01I - Waives the state's sovereign immunity for purposes of the federal Family and Medical Leave Act.
HB997Byrd, RichardHickey, JohnHB 997
 2272L.02I - Waives sovereign immunity for purposes of worker compensation and prohibits the state from retaliatory firing of employees who claim worker compensation benefits.
HB1005Monaco, RalphCrowell, JasonHB 1005
 2296L.01I - Allows the sale of insurance coverage for punitive damages.
HB1013Crump, WayneHampton, MarkHB 1013
 2286L.02I - Requires mandatory five year minimum sentences for certain crimes involving the possession of a firearm.
HCR26Bonner, DennisHCR 26
 2137L.01I - Requests the President of the United States to impose an embargo on the importation of steel products from certain countries that have violated the spirit or letter of international trade agreements.
SB14Mathewson, JamesSS SB 14
 0369S.03F - Authorized a sales tax to fund jail districts.
SB26Johnson, SidneySCS SB 26 & 126
 0116S.03C - Allows the state board of education or school boards to award high school diplomas to World War II veterans.
SB39Klarich, DavidSS#2 SCS SB 39 & 269
 0315S.05F - Creates procedures for Tort Victim's Compensation Fund.
SB50Childers, DoyleSB 50
 0319S.01P - Creates a Legislative Academy within the General Assembly.
SB97Bentley, RoseannSB 97
 0112S.01P - Establishes grant program for improving mathematics instruction.
SB130Bland, MaryHCS SB 130
 0426L.02T - Requires liquor licensees to post signs warning that drinking alcohol during pregnancy can cause birth defects.
SB184Johnson, SidneySB 184
 0374S.01I - Expands ability of boards to fund sheltered workshops and other services for persons with developmental disabilities.
SB220Kinder, PeterSS SB 220
 0844S.02F - Enacts the Uniform Electronic Transactions Act.
SB224Russell, JohnSB 224
 0887L.02T - Authorizes law enforcement districts in Camden County.
SB234Wiggins, HarrySCS SB 234
 0214S.02T - Expands the sales tax exemption for telecommunication services.
SB239Stoll, SteveSCS SB 239
 0873S.03C - Creates new reading test and summer school reading program.
SB267Klarich, DavidSchneider, JohnCCS HS HCS SS SCS SB 267
 0981L.08T - Revises various civil and criminal procedures; excludes mentally retarded individuals from the death penalty.
SB317Stoll, SteveSCS SB 317
 1017L.04T - Exempts used manufactured homes and certain used modular units from complying with manufactured housing codes; requires housemovers to be licensed.
SB319Carter, PaulaCCS HCS SB 319
 1037S.06T - Revises reading assessment and reading improvement program.
SB331DePasco, RonnieSCS SB 331
 1223S.02C - Revises the operation and participation of the one call notification center for excavators.
SB347Caskey, HaroldSS SCS SB 347 & 487
 1303S.05F - A portion of property tax collections shall be used for a geographic information system (GIS).
SB381Klarich, DavidSB 381
 1607S.02P - Makes non-solicitation agreements enforceable as they relate to certain employment practices.
SCR16Yeckel, AnitaSCR 16
 1786S.01I - Asks Congress to adopt a comprehensive military voting right act.
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