91st General Assembly, 1st Regular Session
Past Activity Registers
For Actions Recorded on: April 04, 2001

BillSponsorCoSponsorBill String
 Bill Information
HB13Green, TimCCS SCS HCS HB 13
 0013L.04T - Appropriates money for real property leases, related services, utilities, and systems furniture, structural modifications for new FTE for state departments, and capital improvements.
HB31Gaskill, SamuelHB 31
 0456L.01I - Creates a state income tax credit for personal property taxes paid on agricultural crops and machinery. .
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.
HB106Johnson, ConnieBowman, JohnHCS HB 106
 0632L.03T - Establishes a state systemic lupus erythematosis program in the Department of Health.
HB111Baker, LanaHB 111
 0492L.01P - Makes technical intersectional reference corrections to certain regulation of mattresses provisions.
HB113Hickey, JohnHCS HB 113
 0656L.03C - Enacts additional requirements for certain contractors bidding on state building contracts.
HB120O'Connor, PatrickSCS HB 120
 0483S.06C - Amends laws on motor vehicles and transportation.
HB128Fraser, BarbaraHB 128
 0293L.01I - Repeals the mandatory September first start date for elementary and secondary schools.
HB180Thompson, BettyBoucher, ArthurHB 180
 0536L.01T - Creates a Women Offender Program in the Department of Corrections.
HB199Davis, DahlmanHoland, RoyHB 199
 0724L.01I - Expands the laws and funds for alternative education 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.
HB222Kelly, GlendaHB 222
 0940L.01I - Amends the Crime Victims' Compensation Fund to increase compensation for loss of earnings and to exclude life insurance proceeds from proceeds which reduce a victims' statutory compensation.
HB236Smith, PhilipSCS HB 236
 0885S.02T - Establishes the Juvenile Information Governance Commission.
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.
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.
HB305Walton, JuanitaHB 305
 0759L.01I - Establishes subdistricts in the school district of Riverview Gardens.
HB306Wiggins, GaryClayton, RobertHB 306
 0600L.01I - Enacts the Agricultural Producer Protection Act.
HB326Portwood, CharlesBearden, CarlHB 326
 0780L.02I - Changes the method of distributing certain gambling and lottery funds to schools.
HB402Boucher, ArthurHB 402
 1202L.01I - Allows copies of certain records and reports to be mailed or faxed to treatment providers and therapists assigned to certain offenders.
HB410Holt, BruceGeorge, ThomasHB 410
 1252L.01T - Allows expanded weed removal procedures in the City of St. Peters.
HB431Barry, JoanHB 431
 1346L.01T - Makes a technical correction in temporary licenses for trauma training.
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.
HB498Wagner, HowardMcKenna, RyanSCS HB 498
 1326L.03T - Changes the petitioning provisions for opting out of the city manager form of government.
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.
HB581Kreider, JimRidgeway, LuannSCS HCS HB 581
 1516S.05C - Revises the laws on agriculture and water.
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.
HB606Kennedy, HarrySmith, PhilipSCS HB 606
 1543S.05T - Changes and standardizes certain provisions regarding county recorders of deeds.
HB637Bray, JoanHB 637
 1527L.01I - Requires school board members to reside in the school district for one year prior to election or appointment.
HB662Green, TimSt. Onge, NealSCS HB 662
 1623S.02C - Regulates retainage payments in certain private building contracts.
HB679Boykins, AmberHB 679
 1685L.01T - Allows state employees to take a leave of absence to serve as a bone marrow or human organ donor.
HB712Hilgemann, RobertWilson, YvonneHB 712
 1343L.01I - Prohibits discrimination based on a person's sexual orientation.
HB754Franklin, J.HCS HB 754, 29, 300 & 505
 1914L.04P - Establishes teacher salary supplements for National Board teacher certification.
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.
HB888Scheve, MayVanZandt, TimothyHCS HB 888, 942 & 943
 2145L.03C - Provides for the deposit, investment, and appropriation of tobacco settlement moneys received by the state.
HB903Bartelsmeyer, LindaCopenhaver, NancyHB 903
 2111L.01I - Creates state aid payment for educating pupils with limited English proficiency.
HB916Lawson, MauriceHB 916
 2193L.01I - Establishes the Missouri Tobacco Settlement Trust Fund, the Tobacco Moneys Board and the Tobacco Moneys Review Board.
HB917Gaskill, SamuelSecrest, PatriciaHB 917
 1528L.01I - Creates "Veterans Memorial Bridge" in St. Louis.
HB924Wiggins, GaryKreider, JimSCS HS HCS HB 924, 714, 685, 756, 734 & 518
 2090S.24C - Redirects and provides funding for transportation; enacts other provisions relating to transportation.
HB926Walton, JuanitaGambaro, DerioHB 926
 1978L.01I - Establishes grant program to involve families and communities in education.
HB941Ballard, CharlesHB 941
 2226L.01I - Requires forty-eight hour notice prior to the application of pesticides, insecticides or herbicides in or around public buildings.
HB942Hanaway, CatherineKreider, JimHB 942
 1965L.04I - Enacts enabling legislation for the appropriation of tobacco settlement moneys.
HB943Kreider, JimHanaway, CatherineHB 943
 1992L.04I - Establishes an endowment and trust fund for the tobacco settlement moneys, with a referendum clause.
HB955Green, TimHB 955
 2234L.01T - Revises the Hospital Federal Reimbursement Allowance Program.
HB1007Kreider, JimHB 1007
 2306L.01I - Allows legal settlements received by the state to be appropriated for education and health care.
HB1012Mayer, RobertHunter, SteveHB 1012
 2301L.01I - Restricts certain sales of precursors to methamphetamine.
HCR25Graham, CharlesHS HCR 25
 2117S.01T - Authorizes the issuance of revenue bonds for the state's share of a project for the construction of a sports arena and related facilities at the University of Missouri-Columbia campus.
HJR5Barry, JoanFarnen, TheodoreHJR 5
 0592L.01P - Proposes a constitutional amendment to allow school districts to pass bond issues by simple majority vote.
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.
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.
HJR17Scheve, MayVanZandt, TimothyHJR 17
 2132L.01I - Proposes a constitutional amendment which creates the Tobacco Settlement Trust Fund and an endowment.
HJR18Johnson, RickHollingsworth, KatherineHJR 18
 2244L.01I - Proposes a constitutional amendment increasing the number of members of the State Board of Education.
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.
SB36Westfall, MorrisSCS SB 36
 0356S.03P - Provides for .08 DWI/BAC and increases collateral consequences; prohibits open containers for passengers.
SB39Klarich, DavidSS#2 SCS SB 39 & 269
 0315S.05F - Creates procedures for Tort Victim's Compensation Fund.
SB48Sims, BettyCCS HS HCS SS SCS SB 48
 0178L.09T - Revises the Family Care Safety Registry.
SB50Childers, DoyleSB 50
 0319S.01P - Creates a Legislative Academy within the General Assembly.
SB72Loudon, JohnHS HCS SB 72
 0448L.04C - Allows public records to be reproduced using a computer-generated electronic retrieval system.
SB87Rohrbach, LarrySB 87
 0229S.01T - Requires assessment to be filed with petition for civil commitment of sexually violent predators.
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.
SB193Rohrbach, LarryHCS SS SB 193
 0775L.05C - Revises insurance laws.
SB203Scott, JohnSB 203
 0854S.01T - Exempts food from the sales tax imposed by the Metropolitan Park and Recreation District.
SB220Kinder, PeterSS SB 220
 0844S.02F - Enacts the Uniform Electronic Transactions Act.
SB223Caskey, HaroldSB 223
 0811S.01T - Clarifies procedure for court instructions regarding lesser included offenses.
SB224Russell, JohnSB 224
 0887L.02T - Authorizes law enforcement districts in Camden County.
SB244Staples, DannyCCS HCS SS SB 244
 0857S.10T - Revises laws relating to motor vehicles and the Department of Transportation.
SB266Bland, MaryCarter, PaulaCCS HS HCS SCS SB 266
 1155S.10T - Enacts provisions for blood-borne pathogens, external defibrillators, lupus, tuberculosis, women's health services, and childhood lead testing.
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.
SB339Stoll, SteveChilders, DoyleSS SB 339
 1135S.02F - Allocates funds from the Veterans' Commission Capital Improvements Trust Fund for veterans' service programs.
SB370Caskey, HaroldGoode, WayneSB 370
 1180S.02I - Revises Principal and Income Act and the rule against perpetuities.
SB373Gibbons, MichaelYeckel, AnitaSCS SB 373
 1292S.03C - Changes tax credits for investment in small businesses and distressed communities.
SB374Steelman, SarahHS SCS SB 374
 1462L.03T - Establishes a program of air pollution emissions banking and trading.
SB381Klarich, DavidSB 381
 1607S.02P - Makes non-solicitation agreements enforceable as they relate to certain employment practices.
SB392Kenney, BillDePasco, RonnieHCS SB 392
 0846L.11C - Broadens the class of employees which count toward tax credit calculations for a certain new business facility.
SB400Kenney, BillSB 400
 1583S.02P - Revises motor vehicle franchise practices.
SB416Stoll, SteveSB 416
 1147S.01I - Requires employers to keep records regarding child employees and makes technical changes to child labor chapter.
SB433Kinder, PeterGross, CharlesHCS SS SCS SB 433 & 248
 1801L.05C - Revises dram shop liability.
SB500Mathewson, JamesSB 500
 2006S.01T - Revises certain job training programs.
SB540Klindt, DavidSB 540
 2016S.01T - Prohibits the Department of Revenue from collecting information which can individually identify a person.
SB542Klindt, DavidSB 542
 2065S.01I - Allows church buses to have flashing warning signals and establishes "School Transportation Safety Program".
SB606Rohrbach, LarryGibbons, MichaelSB 606
 1950L.01T - Repeals expired provisions of law and sections made obsolete by expired provisions of law.
SB617Steelman, SarahHS HCS SCS SB 617
 2187L.04C - Authorizes enterprise zone tax relief for hotels and motels in Salem.
SCR6Stoll, SteveLoudon, JohnSS SCR 6
 0824S.02P - Hereby declare April 6th of each year as Tartan Day in Missouri.
SCR10Staples, DannySCR 10
 1416S.01I - Asks Congress to approve the Railroad Retirement and Survivors Improvement Act.
SCR13Foster, BillHCS SS SCR 13
 1548L.03C - Urges reconsideration of the federal plan to change Missouri River water levels.
SCR20Kinder, PeterSCR 20
 2089S.01I - Urges Congress to pass legislation regarding trucking industry access to criminal database.
SCR23DePasco, RonnieSCR 23
 2192S.01T - Urges the President of the United States to ban the importation of certain steel products.
SCR27Goode, WayneRussell, JohnSCR 27
 2134S.02I - Recommends how the state should partially fund health insurance for retired state employees.
SJR9Goode, WayneSS SJR 9
 0701S.03F - Changes procedures for amending the St. Louis City Charter.
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