94th General Assembly, 1st Regular Session
Past Activity Registers
For Actions Recorded on: April 04, 2007

BillSponsorCoSponsorBill String
 Bill Information
HB26Cunningham, JaneNolte, JerryHB 26
 0454L.02I - Expands the No-Call List to include cell phone and fax numbers of residential subscribers and prohibits the use of automatic dialing announcing devices for noncommercial or political purposes
HB28Cunningham, JaneHCS#2 HB 28
 0388L.03T - Allows common carriers of household goods to request rate adjustments from the Highways and Transportation Commission and repeals the exemption for household carriers under Chapter 390, RSMo
HB37Whorton, JimDay, DavidHB 37
 0231L.02I - Prohibits automated telephone solicitations relating to political campaigns to individuals on the No-Call List
HB41Portwood, CharlesSCS HB 41
 0487S.02T - Changes the laws regarding law enforcement
HB42Portwood, CharlesSCS HB 42
 0488S.03C - Repeals the requirements that the St. Louis Board of Police Commissioners establish the Bertillon system of identification of criminals and employ assistance to conduct and manage the department
HB56Sater, DavidDay, DavidHB 56
 0190L.01T - Designates a memorial bridge and several memorial highways
HB69Day, DavidSS SCS HB 69
 0086S.09F - Specifies that in Pulaski County, for the purpose of collecting a transient guest tax, the term "transient guest" means a person who occupies a hotel room for 90 days or less during a calendar quarter
HB70Day, DavidPearce, DavidHB 70
 0073L.01P - Exempts high school students transferring into the state from the requirement to pass certain government and constitution courses if they document that they completed the requirement in another state
HB78Davis, CynthiaHB 78
 0631L.01I - Prohibits automated telephone solicitations relating to political campaigns to individuals on the No-Call List
HB79Loehner, TomDay, DavidHB 79
 0453L.01I - Prohibits automated telephone solicitations for noncommercial and political purposes to individuals on the No-Call List
HB90St. Onge, NealPage, SamHCS HB 90
 0272L.02C - Requires all drivers and passengers in cars or trucks to wear a seat belt with certain exceptions
HB97Yates, BrianKraus, WillHB 97
 0696L.01I - Prohibits automated telephone solicitations relating to political campaigns to individuals on the No-Call List
HB104Meiners, KateYoung, TerryHCS HB 104
 0285L.02P - Specifies that the purchase price for calculating the sales tax of a motor vehicle excludes the cost to modify the vehicle for use by an individual with a disability
HB112Pearce, DavidStevenson, BryanHCS HB 112,26,37,78,79 & 154
 0255L.10C - Expands the No-call List to include cell phone numbers, prohibits sending unsolicited faxes and text messages, and prohibits using automatic dialing announcing devices in certain situations
HB154Swinger, TerryKuessner, J CHB 154
 0260L.01I - Prohibits automated telephone solicitations for political campaigns to individuals on the No-Call List
HB155Dusenberg, GaryDay, DavidHB 155
 0339L.02P - Requires only operators or riders of motorcycles and motortricycles who are younger than 21 years of age to wear protective headgear
HB159Bivins, WaltWhorton, JimSCS HCS HB 159
 0717S.04C - Changes the requirements for registering reservoirs, dams, and lagoons and obtaining operating and construction permits for these structures
HB181Sander, ThereseWalton, JuanitaHCS HB 181
 0390L.03T - Requires the captioning of electronic video instructional materials
HB182Bruns, MarkSater, DavidHCS HB 182
 0578L.02T - Establishes the Outside the Hospital Do-Not-Resuscitate Act to permit the execution of do-not-resuscitate orders for use by emergency medical providers for patients receiving treatment outside a hospital
HB184Dempsey, TomYates, BrianHCS HB 184
 0384L.03T - Establishes the Children's Services Protection Act requiring that community children's services funds be reimbursed for the sales tax revenue diverted to certain tax increment financing projects
HB205Marsh, B JWallace, MaynardSS HB 205
 0859S.02T - Changes the laws regarding sales and transient guest taxes; the expiration date of theTourism Supplemental Revenue Fund; and the establishment of theater, cultural arts, and entertainment districts
HB224Franz, WardHB 224
 0883L.01P - Restricts the driver's license of a convicted sexual offender to no more than one year and revokes the license if the offender fails to register as required by law
HB227Swinger, TerryKuessner, J CHCS HB 227
 0199L.02P - Authorizes an income tax credit for 50% of the cost of the construction of a storm shelter or $2,000, whichever is less
HB233Tilley, StevenHB 233
 0742L.01P - Changes the definition of "practice of chiropractic"
HB261Yates, BrianPratt, BryanHCS HB 261
 0989L.04C - Establishes the Missouri Successor Asbestos-Related Liability Fairness Act
HB264Cunningham, JaneHB 264
 0641L.01T - Allows the State Board of Education greater flexibility in investing funds deposited in the State Public School Fund
HB268Moore, DanieBivins, WaltHB 268
 0845L.01T - Authorizes the Governor to convey an easement over, on, and under state property in Callaway County to the City of Fulton
HB298Cooper, ShannonCooper, RobertSCS HCS HB 298
 1110S.04T - Establishes the Missouri Blasting Safety Act to regulate various blasting and excavation activities
HB300Bruns, MarkHCS HB 300
 1227L.02C - Establishes the Volunteer Firefighter Job Protection Act and changes the laws regarding fire protection
HB331Lipke, ScottDusenberg, GaryHCS HB 331
 1044L.05C - Changes the laws regarding the State Highway Patrol
HB406Schad, RodneyJones, KennyHCS#2 HB 406 & 726
 0998L.06C - Changes the laws regarding crime prevention and boating while intoxicated
HB428Cox, StanleyHB 428
 1304L.01T - Creates the State Fair Escrow Fund for expenses associated with the Missouri State Fair and off-season events
HB431Pratt, BryanSCS HCS HB 431
 1163S.05T - Authorizes the automatic dissolution of a limited liability company after the withdrawal of the last remaining member with certain exceptions
HB439Hunter, SteveDethrow, MikeHB 439
 0828L.01I - Establishes certain employee rights
HB450Baker, JudyMcClanahan, RebeccaHCS HB 450
 0664L.03T - Establishes the Missouri Health Profession Shortage Planning Commission to develop recommendations regarding the health profession workforce
HB457Sutherland, MikeWilson, LarrySCS HCS HB 457
 1084S.03C - Increases the amount of credit allowed under the senior citizen/ disabled person property tax credit program known as circuit breaker and renames it the Senior Citizens' Homestead Tax Relief Act
HB459Sutherland, MikeQuinn, PaulHCS HB 459
 0709L.02T - Requires land transfers by entities within a county to be filed with the county assessor
HB462Munzlinger, BrianDougherty, CurtHB 462
 1453L.02P - Changes the laws regarding concealable firearms and firearms training permits
HB467Cox, StanleyHB 467
 1305L.01T - Authorizes the Governor to convey state property in Pettis County to the Girl Scouts-Heart of Missouri Council, Incorporated
HB469Wallace, MaynardWilson, KevinSCS HCS HB 469
 0861S.05C - Changes the laws regarding school safety and liability
HB482Walton, JuanitaMoore, DanieHB 482
 0558L.01P - Changes the punishment for counterfeiting and requires the forfeiture of counterfeit goods, the materials and implements used to produce them, and the property used in the commission of the crime
HB489Baker, BrianDixon, BobSCS HB 489
 1215S.05C - Requires school districts to identify gifted students and allows the establishment of gifted programs
HB497Sater, DavidDay, DavidHCS HB 497
 1364L.02T - Establishes guidelines for the licensure and supervision of physician assistants
HB527Cooper, ShannonHB 527
 1579L.01P - Changes the time period corporate names can be reserved from 60 to 180 days
HB554Cooper, RobertSchaaf, RobHB 554
 0970L.01T - Prohibits state and local entities from discriminating between licensed professional counselors
HB555Cooper, RobertSchaaf, RobHCS HB 555
 0967L.02T - Revises the complaint procedure and document retention requirements when an inmate files a complaint against a licensed professional counselor or a licensed clinical social worker
HB574St. Onge, NealCCS HB 574
 1372L.02T - Changes the laws regarding the St. Louis Board of Police Commissioners, the forwarding of law enforcement system records, and requirements for drawing blood to determine alcohol content
HB579Dempsey, TomDay, DavidSS HB 579
 1395L.01T - Allows for the deployment of health care professionals licensed, registered, or certified in Missouri or any other state in an emergency and grants them immunity from civil damages
HB583Johnson, ConnieWildberger, EdSS SCS HCS HB 583
 0661S.08T - Changes the laws regarding the rights of victims of domestic violence and sexual assault
HB596St. Onge, NealSS SCS HB 596
 1766S.06F - Authorizes the Highways and Transportation Commission to accept an annual bid bond for its construction and maintenance projects
HB609Baker, JudyGrill, JasonHB 609
 0850L.01I - Requires every school district to offer a driver's education course available to students 15 years of age or older and prohibits cell phone use by temporary permit or intermediate license holders
HB616Wood, DennisHCS HB 616
 1433L.03T - Removes the county assessor from a county board of equalization and requires the county commission to appoint two additional members to the board
HB619Aull, JoeSchaaf, RobSCS HCS HB 619 & 118
 1486S.03T - Specifies the situations in which the Civil Air Patrol may be activated, which missions are federal or state, and who pays for the missions
HB620Muschany, T.Cunningham, JaneSCS HCS HB 620
 1235S.06C - Requires the Department of Elementary and Secondary Education to create an additional procedure for teacher certification and mentoring standards for beginning teachers and principals
HB623Faith, SallyFunderburk, DougHB 623
 1495L.01I - Eliminates all sunset provisions relating to early intervention services, known as the First Steps Program
HB628Loehner, TomJones, KennyHCS HB 628
 0464L.03C - Changes the laws regarding surface mining and gravel excavation
HB629Hunter, SteveHCS HB 629
 1742L.04C - Changes the laws regarding workers' compensation
HB647Young, TerryMunzlinger, BrianHB 647
 0697L.01P - Allows the limited use of a dog to track a deer that is shot by a person engaged in lawful hunting
HB678Marsh, B JDixon, BobHCS HB 678
 1712L.04T - Allows certain school districts in declared federal disaster areas after the January 2007 ice storms to not make up lost time and allows other schools to make up only a certain number of the missed days
HB684Bruns, MarkRichard, RonSCS HB 684
 1264S.02T - Authorizes the Governor to convey state property located in the City of St. Louis and the counties of Greene, Jackson, Livingston, Newton, St. Francois, St. Louis, and Texas
HB726Lipke, ScottBruns, MarkHB 726
 0794L.01I - Changes the laws regarding crime prevention
HB732Parson, MikeSater, DavidHB 732
 1827L.01T - Adds emergency personnel killed while performing their duties to the list of individuals who are eligible for memorial highway or bridge designations
HB740Pearce, DavidSS SCS HB 740
 1451S.03T - Authorizes the Governor to convey an easement over state property in Johnson County to the City of Warrensburg and Northwest Missouri State University to convey state property in Nodaway County
HB741Pearce, DavidRichard, RonSS HCS HB 741
 1592L.02T - Changes the laws regarding the Linked Deposit Program, tax increment financing, biodiesel incentives, regional economic development districts, and the Missouri Rice Certification Act
HB744St. Onge, NealSS HB 744
 1322S.10F - Changes the laws regarding outdoor advertising and commercial drivers' licenses
HB762Cooper, NathanZimmerman, JakeHB 762
 1626L.01I - Establishes the Premature or Unnecessary Subpoena Prevention Act which prohibits the issuance of a subpoena to compel news media to disclose unpublished or unbroadcast news media information
HB765Dempsey, TomHCS HB 765
 1983L.02C - Changes the laws regarding state employee retirement and medical benefits
HB769Bruns, MarkCooper, NathanHCS HB 769
 1366L.03C - Provides protections for vulnerable adults and children and transfers the Division of Aging from the Department of Social Services to the Department of Health and Senior Services
HB791Wilson, KevinSater, DavidSCS HB 791
 1506S.03T - Requires health carriers to provide a report of the total dollar amount and the total number of claims paid under the plan for the previous three-year period upon the employer's request
HB795Flook, TimSCS HCS HB 795
 1464S.06T - Changes the laws regarding sales and transient guest taxes; theater, cultural arts, and entertainment districts; municipal code violations in Kansas City; and certain directors of public water supply districts
HB796Dethrow, MikeWilson, LarryHCS HB 796
 1855L.02P - Exempts any permanently disabled person 65 years of age or older from the physician's statement requirement when renewing disabled license plates or placards
HB872Cooper, NathanSater, DavidHCS HB 872
 2150L.03C - Allows and encourages individuals receiving utilicare assistance to attend financial management workshops
HB886Schlottach, CharlesYaeger, PatriciaHCS HB 886
 2143L.05C - Changes the laws regarding solid waste
HB891Kratky, FredHubbard, RodneyHCS HB 891
 1782L.02P - Authorizes a tax credit for a business employing a disabled worker
HB892Kratky, FredHubbard, RodneyHCS HB 892
 1937L.02P - Creates the Medal of Freedom to be awarded to any veteran who honorably served in the armed forces at any time since 1990 under certain residency requirements
HB894Hoskins, TheodoreSCS HCS HB 894
 2096S.04C - Requires independent candidates to file declarations of candidacy at the same time as other candidates and to appear on primary ballots
HB913Cooper, ShannonVilla, ThomasHCS HB 913
 2102L.07C - Changes the laws regarding liquor control
HB914Dougherty, CurtHCS HB 914
 2316L.05C - Changes the laws regarding the licensing of certain professions and establishes vision screening examinations for children in public schools
HB915Dougherty, CurtJetton, RodHB 915
 2311L.01P - Exempts veterans', service, and fraternal organizations from the two-tenths of one cent tax on each bingo card sold
HB919Schneider, VickiHCS HB 919
 2113L.03C - Changes the laws regarding political subdivisions
HB933Grill, JasonGrisamore, JeffHB 933
 2027L.01P - Allows an application for a driver's license for a person deployed with the United States armed forces to be signed by a person who holds general power of attorney for the applicant
HB941Kingery, GayleMarsh, B JHB 941
 2340L.01P - Allows the curators of the University of Missouri to close certain financial records as they relate to donors or potential donors
HB944Cooper, ShannonHCS HB 944
 2158L.03C - Allows licensed wine manufacturers and retail alcoholic beverage licensees to ship or deliver intoxicating liquor to Missouri residents who are 21 years of age or older
HB948Schaaf, RobHCS HB 948
 2393L.05T - Changes the laws regarding newborn screenings and the Metabolic Formula Distribution Program
HB987Wasson, JayHB 987
 2476L.01P - Changes the laws regarding real estate appraisers and the duties of the Missouri Real Estate Appraisers Commission
HB998Yates, BrianHB 998
 2479L.01I - Establishes the Missouri Title Insurance Act
HB1014Wright, Billy PatFisher, BarneySCS HB 1014
 2376S.05C - Gives a preference in all state purchasing contracts to certain disabled veterans doing business as Missouri companies when the quality of work is equal or better and the price is the same or less
HB1023Quinn, JohnBearden, CarlHCS HB 1023
 0935L.02C - Establishes an advisory board within the Department of Conservation to assist the Conservation Commission
HB1028St. Onge, NealHB 1028
 2505L.01I - Requires motorists who have had their driver's licenses suspended, revoked, or disqualified to display restricted license plates
HB1029St. Onge, NealHB 1029
 2504L.01I - Requires that additional charges be clearly disclosed on a car rental agreement
HB1063Pollock, DarrellHB 1063
 2551L.01I - Designates a portion of Interstate 44 from State Route WW to State Route MM in Laclede County as the "Governor Phil M. Donnelly Memorial Highway"
HB1181Bowman, JohnPage, SamHB 1181
 2647L.02I - Designates the portion of Interstate 44 from the city limits of St. Louis to the intersection of Kingshighway as the "Officer Michael Barwick Memorial Highway"
HB1193Page, SamHB 1193
 2689L.01I - Requires public institutions of higher education to check the sexual offender registry prior to making student housing assignments and prohibits housing to anyone required to register as a sexual offender
HB1287Cooper, ShannonHB 1287
 2794L.01I - Authorizes the Missouri Gaming Commission to assess fines for a specified list of violations by excursion gambling boat licensees
HCR8Loehner, TomDay, DavidHCR 8
 0455L.01I - Expresses the support of the General Assembly for the installation of a ferryboat on the Missouri River at Chamois.
HCR11Ervin, DougFlook, TimHCR 11
 1329L.01I - Supports the negotiations of a Taiwan-United States free trade agreement
HCR15Threlkeld, KevinPage, SamSCS HCR15
 1608S.02C - Recognizes November 2007 as "COPD Awareness Month" and November 21, 2007, as "COPD Awareness Day" in Missouri
HCR16Deeken, BillHCR 16
 1784L.01I - Authorizes the required biennial independent audit of the State Auditor's Office as required in Section 21.760
HCR17Fisher, BarneyStevenson, BryanHCR 17
 1582L.01I - Recognizes the I-49 Coalition as the official organization for the project to upgrade U.S. Highway 71 to interstate standards
HCR24Wilson, KevinMoore, DanieHCR 24
 1598L.01I - Requests a review of the special needs student assessment provisions of the Individuals with Disabilities Education Improvement Act to better serve the special needs student population
HCR25Yates, BrianGrisamore, JeffHCR 25
 2094L.01I - Urges the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services to withdraw a portion of its proposed rules that would change the status of Truman Medical Center as a government owned or operated hospital
HCR30Pratt, BryanGrisamore, JeffHCR 30
 1999L.01I - Recognizes the area from Manhattan, Kansas to Columbia, Missouri as the "KC Animal Health Corridor".
HCR49Portwood, CharlesHCR 49
 2761L.02I - Encourages the current St. Louis Public Schools Board of Education and any members-elect to ensure a smooth transition of authority
HCR53Lampe, SaraHolsman, JasonHCR 53
 2784L.01I - Requests the Missouri Congressional delegation to oppose No Child Left Behind in 2007
SB25Champion, NormaCCS HCS SB 25
 0266S.05T - Prohibits closing a child abuse investigation if the child dies during the course of the investigation
SB46Mayer, RobertSCS SB 46
 0353S.03T - Creates the "Faith-Based Organization Liaison Act"
SB64Goodman, JackCCS#3 HCS SCS SB 64
 0543S.12T - Authorizes school districts to set school opening date up to a certain date prior to Labor Day and provides for exemption to make-up days requirement based on inclement weather
SB81Griesheimer, JohnCCS HCS SB 81
 0259S.05T - Allows the city of Sullivan and the portion of the Sullivan C-2 School District located in Franklin County to levy a transient guest tax
SB84Champion, NormaCCS HCS SB 84
 0267L.02T - Modifies provisions of criminal background checks for emergency child placements
SB102Stouffer, BillSB 102
 0172S.01P - Increases the weight limit for certain motor vehicles equipped with idle reduction technology
SB103Stouffer, BillSCS SB 103
 0171S.03P - Modifies various provisions that relate to the registration of motor vehicles
SB166Griesheimer, JohnSB 166
 0192S.02T - Modifies various provisions relating to tourism
SB195Crowell, JasonSS SB 195
 0110S.02T - Modifies the law relating to the licensing of pharmacists
SB197Loudon, JohnHCS SCS SB 197
 0507L.09C - Modifies law with respect to motor vehicle extended service contracts and enacts similar provisions relating to other types of service contracts
SB215Loudon, JohnSS SCS SB 215
 0058S.09T - Allows for the formation of captive insurance companies within Missouri under certain conditions
SB236Shields, CharlesSB 236
 1105S.02P - Requires the Department of Elementary and Secondary Education to develop standards for high-quality mentoring for beginning teachers and principals
SB257Engler, KevinSB 257
 1357S.01T - Modifies the treatment of firearms during state emergencies
SB270Scott, DelbertHCS SB 270
 1182L.02T - Modifies provisions relating to the POST Commission
SB325Loudon, JohnHCS SB 325
 1125L.04C - Allows life insurance companies to exclude coverage for suicide deaths under certain circumstances
SB332Stouffer, BillSB 332
 1540S.01P - Transfers the administration of the Crime Victims' Compensation Fund from the Department of Labor and Industrial Relations to the Department of Public Safety
SB352Clemens, DanSB 352
 0650S.01T - Adds vehicles driven by conservation agents to the list of vehicles considered "emergency vehicles"
SB376Griesheimer, JohnCCS HCS SB 376
 1756L.03T - Extends the expiration date from 2010 to 2015 for the Division of Tourism Supplemental Revenue Fund
SB420Gibbons, MichaelSCS SB 420
 1964S.02T - Provides that no more than four, rather than three, members of the Clean Water Commission may be from the same political party
SB543Stouffer, BillHCS SB 543
 2371L.03C - Allows the Department of Revenue to begin reissuance of license plates prior to January 1, 2009
SB577Shields, CharlesCCS HCS SS SCS SB 577
 2227L.07T - Enacts the "Missouri Health Improvement Act of 2007"
SRB613Goodman, JackHCS SRB 613
 0822L.03T - Repeals certain laws that have expired, sunset, terminated, or are ineffective
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