91st General Assembly, 2nd Regular Session
Past Activity Registers
For Actions Recorded on: April 30, 2002

BillSponsorCoSponsorBill String
 Bill Information
HB1058Haywood, EstherHB 1058
 2362L.01P - Adds arson to the hate crimes statute and makes it a class A felony regardless of whether it is 1st or 2nd degree or whether anyone was injured.
HB1078Whorton, JimCopenhaver, NancySCS HB 1078
 2552S.02T - Authorizes sales tax for regional jail districts and associated court facilities.
HB1115Green, TimCCS SCS HCS HB 1115
 3015S.03T - Appropriates money for supplemental purposes for state government, and for the payment of various claims for refunds, and for other purposes, and to transfer money among certain funds.
HB1143Rizzo, HenrySS SCS HCS HB 1143
 2927S.16F - Revises laws on economic development.
HB1151Smith, PhilipHB 1151
 3300L.01T - Corrects an erroneous internal cross-reference in the law on administration of trusts.
HB1216Johnson, ConnieOstmann, LucindaSCS HCS HB 1216
 2812S.04C - Requires the implementation of a state suicide prevention plan by the Department of Health and Senior Services.
HB1307Williams, DeletaHosmer, WilliamHS HB 1307
 2774L.05P - Revises watercraft regulation and operation.
HB1350Liese, ChrisHB 1350
 3373L.01P - Establishes procedures for appointing boards of directors in community improvement districts.
HB1537Clayton, RobertSCS HB 1537
 2451S.02T - Allows debt to offset the value of an estate for purposes of application of small estate administration procedures.
HB1577Campbell, MarshaLawson, MauriceHS HCS HB 1577, 1760, 1433, 1430, 1029 & 1700
 4020L.06P - Revises criminal laws.
HB1592Hickey, JohnGeorge, ThomasHB 1592
 4094L.01P - Creates the Workers Memorial Fund for contributions from income tax refunds.
HB1627Kreider, JimHB 1627
 3966L.01P - Changes building code requirements for counties of the third classification.
HB1650Bowman, JohnVilla, ThomasSCS HS HCS HB 1650
 4063S.09C - Modifies various provisions regarding water resources.
HB1654Hosmer, WilliamKreider, JimSCS HS HCS HB 1654 & 1156
 3508S.09C - Enacts and modifies various provisions regarding protection of the elderly.
HB1656Wright, MarkRoark, BradleyHCS HB 1656
 4259L.03C - Increases the penalties for forcible rape and sodomy and attempted forcible rape and sodomy and prohibits bail for certain sex crimes.
HB1659Kelly, GlendaWilliams, DeletaHB 1659
 3988L.01T - Provides that court clerks can only collect certain surcharges authorized by ordinance, order, or resolution effective on or after January 1, 1997, if authorized by statute.
HB1715Moore, DanieGraham, CharlesHB 1715
 3594L.01T - Expands the use of state-funded interpreters for the deaf in judicial proceedings.
HB1717Foley, JamesJohnson, ConnieSCS HCS HB 1717
 3932S.12C - Makes various changes regarding certificate of need law.
HB1726Walton, JuanitaHaywood, EstherHB 1726
 3647L.01P - Requires local school boards of each school district to establish a written policy prohibiting bullying.
HB1768Hosmer, WilliamSmith, PhilipHB 1768
 4080L.01T - Increases the life of liens of judgments or decrees on real estate rendered after August 28, 1998, from three to ten years.
HB1777Johnson, ConnieLegan, KennethHCS HB 1777
 4300L.05P - Creates crime of criminal profiteering and civil penalty for unfair leverage when selling during a consumer market disruption. Revises crime of making a terrorist threat.
HB1814Monaco, RalphJohnson, RickHB 1814
 4487L.01T - Modifies various provisions regarding the filing of orders of protection, including prohibiting the assessment of filing fees, court costs, or bond for orders of protection.
HB1868Barry, JoanHolt, BruceHS HCS HB 1868
 4522L.08P - Creates a Regional Taxicab Commission for the City and County of St. Louis.
HB1916Franklin, J.HB 1916
 2538L.02I - Requires Kansas City school board members running for election from a subdistrict to reside in that subdistrict but be elected at-large.
HB1936Berkowitz, SamShoemyer, WesHS HCS HB 1936
 4533L.04P - Creates Missouri Agricultural Products Marketing Development Fund and Citizens' Advisory Commission for Marketing Missouri Agricultural Products. Develops standards and labeling for organic farming.
HB1962Monaco, RalphCrowell, JasonSS SCS HS HCS HB 1962
 4713S.12F - Revises court procedures.
HB1988Kelly, VanKreider, JimHB 1988
 4746L.01T - Makes the fox trotting horse the official state horse.
HB2078Clayton, RobertHB 2078
 4953L.01T - Repeals expired sections of statutes.
HB2120Ridgeway, LuannHosmer, WilliamCCS SCS HB 2120
 4959L.04T - Specifies how to ascertain the value of certain stolen property.
HB2160Britt, PhillipKreider, JimHB 2160
 5024L.01I - Establishes a police chief and officer retirement fund for police outside Kansas City and St. Louis.
HJR47Willoughby, PhillipRelford, RandallSS SCS HCS HJR 47
 4438S.05T - Proposes a constitutional amendment to allow joint municipal utility commissions to develop utility projects with cities, electric cooperatives, and public utilities without additional regulation.
SB670Sims, BettyHS HCS SS SCS SB 670 & 684
 2848L.10C - Makes a number of changes designed to protect the elderly.
SB673Childers, DoyleSB 673
 2781S.01I - Creates crime of sexual contact with an inmate.
SB675Yeckel, AnitaHS HCS SS SCS SB 675
 3197L.15T - Revises election laws.
SB687Gibbons, MichaelSS SB 687
 2635S.03P - Protects a parent from liability for relinquishing custody of a newborn to a hospital.
SB688Gibbons, MichaelSS#2 SCS SB 688, 663, 691, 716, 759, 824 & 955
 3199S.09P - Limits increases in assessed valuation of real property and modifies reassessment procedures.
SB712Singleton, MarvinCCS HS HCS SCS SB 712
 3084S.23T - Creates the Missouri State Emergency Health Powers Act to address state public health emergencies.
SB738Cauthorn, JohnSB 738
 2495S.01I - Allows the Department of Transportation to contract with private individuals to mow and maintain the rights-of-way.
SB741Wiggins, HarrySCS SB 741, 929 & 871
 2805S.04C - Modifies membership and duties of the Organ Donation Advisory Committee, allows increased donations.
SB810Dougherty, PatrickHS HCS SCS SB 810
 2809L.07T - Expands the Utilicare program. Changes eligibility for supplemental nursing care payments. Modifies the Energy Conservation Loan Program.
SB837Cauthorn, JohnHCS SS SCS SB 837, 866, 972 & 990
 3336L.24C - Exempts ethanol from oxygenate labeling requirement.
SB855Caskey, HaroldSB 855
 3581S.01I - Requires sex offenders to register with county officials before September 10, 2002 or within 10 days of entering the county.
SB867Cauthorn, JohnSB 867
 3578S.01I - Allows Transportation Commission to enter into design-build contracts.
SB868Cauthorn, JohnSB 868
 3575S.01I - Eliminates the requirement that road projects be bid in sections not to exceed 10 miles.
SB884DePasco, RonnieSS SCS SB 884
 3555S.05T - Regulates payday lenders.
SB893Rohrbach, LarrySB 893
 3778S.01I - Prohibits life insurance companies from owning certain investments in excess of specific limitations.
SB894Kinder, PeterHCS SCS SB 894, 975 & 927
 3680L.06C - Establishes sales tax holiday and requires retailers to return sales tax refunds to those paying the tax.
SB895Yeckel, AnitaGross, CharlesCCS HS HCS SB 895
 3624L.14T - Amends securities and banking laws.
SB921Sims, BettySB 921
 3845S.01I - Prohibits transporting of hazardous materials in tunnels and on certain highways designated by highway commission.
SB923Sims, BettyCCS HS HCS SS SCS SB 923, 828, 876, 694 & 736
 3862S.15T - Revises laws on foster care, child abuse, child labor, and medical records.
SB931Klarich, DavidHCS SS SCS SB 931
 3681L.07C - Adds sections to and modifies sections of Chapters 347 and 351, RSMo, relating to business organizations.
SB968Westfall, MorrisChilders, DoyleSB 968
 4091S.01I - Repeals limit on aviation fuel tax and removes it from the sunset clause.
SB969Westfall, MorrisBentley, RoseannCCS HS#2 HCS SS SCS SB 969, 673 & 855
 3880S.20T - Revises sex crimes laws.
SB970Westfall, MorrisHS HCS SS SS SCS SB 970, 968, 921, 867, 868 & 738
 3307L.14P - Repeals sunset on motor fuel tax and allows Transportation Department to engage in design-build contracts.
SB984Steelman, SarahCCS HS SS#2 SCS SB 984 & 985
 4130S.10T - Revises environmental laws.
SB1005Loudon, JohnSB 1005
 3895S.02P - Deems a positive test for controlled substances misconduct connected with work.
SB1059Bentley, RoseannSS SCS SB 1059
 4150S.06P - Relating to waivers of administrative rules for performance schools and augmented accountability standards for priority schools.
SB1060Westfall, MorrisHCS SCS SB 1060
 4139L.06C - Revises the fees collected by County Collectors and Treasurers Ex Officio Collectors.
SB1070Gibbons, MichaelHCS SCS SB 1070
 2396L.04T - Revises sex offenders' registry.
SB1191Jacob, KennethHS HCS SS#2 SB 1191
 4827L.08T - Allows bonds to be issued to be repaid with net tobacco settlement agreement receipts.
SB1220Sims, BettyCCR#2 HS SB 1220
 4736L.04F - Requires criminal history check for certain persons related to the gaming industry, the state gaming commission and the state lottery commission.
SB1227Rohrbach, LarrySCS SB 1227
 4933S.02P - Limits the value of such real estate purchased by insurance companies to 20% of their capital and surplus.
SB1248Mathewson, JamesKenney, BillCCS HS HCS SS SB 1248
 4939S.21T - Creates the Schools of the Future Fund and provides various funding sources for it.
SB1269Cauthorn, JohnSB 1269
 4981S.01P - Revises laws relating to contracts of farm equipment.
SB1279Kinder, PeterWiggins, HarryHCS SS#2 SCS SB 1279, 1162 & 1164
 4657L.20C - Creates several community development projects.
SCR35Stoll, SteveSCR 35
 3863S.01I - Federal Medicare Reimbursement Rates.
SCR36Bentley, RoseannSCR 36
 3833L.01I - Reconstitutes the Joint Interim Committee on Education Funding which terminated on January 15, 2002.
SCR37Dougherty, PatrickSCR 37
 4131L.01I - Urges Congress to adopt legislation requiring Medicare to cover all oral anti-cancer drugs.
SCR41Rohrbach, LarryHCS SCR 41
 3909L.01T - Charity Care Accountability.
SCR46Dougherty, PatrickSCR 46
 4496L.01I - Urges Congress to pass the reauthorization legislation for the Temporary Assistance for Needy Families program.
SCR47Childers, DoyleSCS SCR 47
 4658S.02C - Creates the Poultry Industry Commission.
SCR54Sims, BettySCR 54
 4994S.01I - Proclaims March as Women's History Month.
SCR56Cauthorn, JohnSCR 56
 4996S.01I - A permanent electronic identification program to be used on all red meat-producing livestock to protect against bioterrorism.
SCR58Klarich, DavidSCR 58
 5096S.02I - Department of Insurance to promulgate an emergency rule and a proposed rule as required by Section 287.135,RSMo.
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