91st General Assembly, 2nd Regular Session
Past Activity Registers
For Actions Recorded on: May 07, 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.
HB1120Green, TimHCS HB 1120
 3020L.02T - Appropriates money for planning, expenses, and for capital improvements including but not limited to major additions and renovations.
HB1121Green, TimSCS HB 1121
 3021S.02T - Reappropriates money for expenses, grants, refunds, distributions, and other purposes for the several departments of state government and the divisions and programs thereof.
HB1143Rizzo, HenrySS SCS HCS HB 1143
 2927S.16F - Revises laws on economic development.
HB1231Harding, MargaretGraham, CharlesHS HCS HB 1231
 3086L.03F - Establishes the rights of persons who use service animals and prohibits sexual conduct with animals.
HB1270Gratz, WilliamCCS#2 SS SCS HB 1270 & HB 2032
 2489L.14T - Revises laws on motor vehicles and traffic regulations.
HB1307Williams, DeletaHosmer, WilliamHS HB 1307
 2774L.05P - Revises watercraft regulation and operation.
HB1313Burton, GaryCCS SCS HB 1313
 3459S.03C - Revises law on licensing of physical therapists and physical therapist assistants.
HB1350Liese, ChrisHB 1350
 3373L.01P - Establishes procedures for appointing boards of directors in community improvement districts.
HB1381Luetkenhaus, WilliamSCS HB 1381
 3559S.04T - Allows insurance policies to be in languages other than English.
HB1444Smith, PhilipHB 1444
 3881L.01I - Modifies the exemptions from licensure required for foster homes, residential care facilities, and child placing agencies.
HB1446Luetkenhaus, WilliamSS#2 SCS HB 1446
 3698S.09F - Modifies health insurance and prohibits use of public funds for abortion or human cloning.
HB1568Luetkenhaus, WilliamSCS HB 1568
 4070S.06T - Revises Long-term Care Insurance Act and provisions on reinsurance and insurance company investments.
HB1577Campbell, MarshaLawson, MauriceHS HCS HB 1577, 1760, 1433, 1430, 1029 & 1700
 4020L.06P - Revises criminal laws.
HB1627Kreider, JimHB 1627
 3966L.01P - Changes building code requirements for counties of the third classification.
HB1635Hoppe, ThomasSCS HB 1635
 3912S.02T - Requires deposits for water services for certain customers in certain cities to accrue interest after the deposit is held by a water corporation for two years.
HB1636Hoppe, ThomasSCS HB 1636
 3983L.02T - Permits Kansas City to designate a county election authority verification board as its own verification board.
HB1650Bowman, JohnVilla, ThomasSCS HS HCS HB 1650
 4063S.09C - Modifies various provisions regarding water resources.
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.
HB1701Luetkenhaus, WilliamWard, DanielSCS HB 1701
 4296S.03C - Modifies various provisions regarding long-term care insurance.
HB1712Monaco, RalphCarnahan, RussSS SCS HB 1712
 3731S.07F - Makes changes to Article 9 (Secured Transactions) of the Uniform Commercial Code.
HB1811Gambaro, DerioSCS HB 1811
 4549S.04T - Authorizes the Governor to convey property in St. Louis, Kansas City, and Cole County.
HB1868Barry, JoanHolt, BruceHS HCS HB 1868
 4522L.08P - Creates a Regional Taxicab Commission for the City and County of St. Louis.
HB1888Barnitz, FranklinLegan, KennethSS SCS HCS HB 1888
 4223S.14T - Revises laws on pawnshops and on stealing.
HB1890Hilgemann, RobertCooper, ShannonSCS HB 1890
 4382S.02T - Changes procedures for mobile telecommunications services.
HB1953VanZandt, TimothyCierpiot, ConnieCCS SCS HB 1953
 4707L.06T - Clarifies that the reimbursement of Department of Health and Senior Services advisory committees shall be subject to appropriations.
HB2080Britt, PhillipRichardson, MarkSCS HB 2080
 4870S.04T - Allows certain county commissions to elect to give their prosecutors retirement benefits equal to prosecutors in first-class counties.
HB2086Brooks, SharonCurls, MelbaHCS HB 2086
 4846L.03C - Modifies the provisions regarding sanitation in and inspection of food establishments.
HB2120Ridgeway, LuannHosmer, WilliamCCS SCS HB 2120
 4959L.04T - Specifies how to ascertain the value of certain stolen property.
HB2137Crump, WayneSCS HB 2137
 5013L.02T - Changes the compensation scale for county treasurers.
HCR30Boucher, ArthurHCR 30
 5006L.02I - Endorses and encourages the use of universal design in new home construction.
HCR35Wilson, VictoriaHCS HCR 35
 4975L.02C - Encourages the Division of Maternal, Child and Family Health within the Department of Health and Senior Services to raise public awareness on the use of emergency contraception.
HCR40Walton, JuanitaMoore, DanieHCR 40
 5097L.03I - Creates a Joint Interim Committee on After-School Programs.
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.
SB656Rohrbach, LarrySCS SB 656
 3045S.05T - Requires insurance policies to be governed by the English version filed with the Department of Insurance.
SB662Westfall, MorrisHCS SCS SB 662 & 704
 2894L.08C - Allows sheriff to seize misappropriated property held by a pawnbroker.
SB670Sims, BettyHS HCS SS SCS SB 670 & 684
 2848L.10C - Makes a number of changes designed to protect the elderly.
SB680Bland, MaryHS HCS SCS SB 680
 3128L.06F - Creates the Missouri Council on Obesity Prevention.
SB684Steelman, SarahSB 684
 2665S.01I - Modifies the reporting of elder abuse and neglect and the provisions of in-home services to the elderly.
SB687Gibbons, MichaelSS SB 687
 2635S.03P - Protects a parent from liability for relinquishing custody of a newborn to a hospital.
SB713Singleton, MarvinSB 713
 2660S.01P - Clarifies the use of non-compete clauses in contracts between physicians and hospitals.
SB718House, TedHCS SB 718
 2797L.02T - Mandates weekly Pledge of Allegiance in every student's class.
SB722Bentley, RoseannHS HCS SCS SB 722
 3028L.10T - Allows a temporary school administrator certificate. Modifies license and discipline procedures for teachers.
SB726Childers, DoyleSB 726
 2649S.01T - Moves Emergency Services Day to September 11th.
SB745Russell, JohnSCS SB 745
 2815S.02T - Establishes special license plate for combat veterans of U.S. Marine Corps and U.S. Navy.
SB758Bentley, RoseannCCS HCS SB 758
 3179S.07T - Clarifies registration requirements for sex offenders. Adds to crimes for which an appeal bond cannot be granted.
SB795Schneider, JohnCCS#2 HCS SB 795
 2945S.10T - Creates Emergency Communications Systems Fund for use of counties. Creates Boiler and Pressure Vessels Safety Fund.
SB798Westfall, MorrisSB 798
 2780S.01T - Allows two sets of specialized plates to be issued to U.S. Congressional members.
SB859Russell, JohnSB 859
 3615S.01T - Exempts dependents of active military personnel from the residency requirement of the A+ Schools program.
SB878Sims, BettySCS SB 878
 3194S.04C - Modifies the law relating to the rights of persons with service animals.
SB931Klarich, DavidHCS SS SCS SB 931
 3681L.07C - Adds sections to and modifies sections of Chapters 347 and 351, RSMo, relating to business organizations.
SB960Kenney, BillHCS SCS SB 960
 4000L.08T - Creates special license plates.
SB966Kennedy, HarrySCS SB 966
 3978S.03T - Creates the St. Louis College of Pharmacy special license plate.
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.
SB980Singleton, MarvinSchneider, JohnHCS SCS SB 980
 3691L.07T - Revises reciprocal licensing procedures for physical therapists.
SB993Rohrbach, LarrySB 993
 3985S.02I - Revises residency requirements for fire protection district directors.
SB1009Rohrbach, LarryHCS SS SCS SB 1009
 2551L.05T - Revises laws on investments by insurance companies and on long-term care insurance.
SB1012Caskey, HaroldHCS SB 1012
 4216L.07T - Extends the period of payments from ten to fifteen years on guaranteed energy cost savings contracts.
SB1014Klindt, DavidKinder, PeterSB 1014
 3813S.01P - Adopts the Uniform Electronic Transactions Act.
SB1026Kenney, BillCCS HS SCS SB 1026
 4183S.05T - Revises laws on health insurance. Permits organ donations by persons sixteen years old.
SB1039DePasco, RonnieHS HCS SB 1039
 4256L.04T - Revises the composition and selection of the Kansas City housing commissioners.
SB1060Westfall, MorrisHCS SCS SB 1060
 4139L.06C - Revises the fees collected by County Collectors and Treasurers Ex Officio Collectors.
SB1061Rohrbach, LarryKenney, BillHS HCS SCS SB 1061 & 1062
 4204L.10C - Deems that documents filed by health services corporations and HMOs are not subject to change after 30 days.
SB1062Rohrbach, LarryKenney, BillSB 1062
 4234S.03I - Carriers that are certified as a Medicare + Choice organization or by NCQA or JCAHO are deemed network adequate.
SB1078Kennedy, HarryHCS SB 1078
 4413L.02T - Changes the custodian of the Statutory County Recorder's Fund.
SB1086DePasco, RonnieHCS SCS SB 1086 & 1126
 4417S.05T - Revises law on abatement of nuisances.
SB1093Loudon, JohnHCS SCS SB 1093
 4312L.04T - Revises the process for the registration of historic motor vehicle plates.
SB1107Childers, DoyleCCS HS HCS SS SCS SB 1107
 3922S.12T - Revises laws relating to ambulance districts and ambulance services.
SB1143Jacob, KennethSB 1143
 4546S.01T - Modifies State Auditor's duties regarding bonds.
SB1152Klarich, DavidSS#2 SCS SB 1152
 4097S.10P - Modifies various aspects of court administration.
SB1191Jacob, KennethHS HCS SS#2 SB 1191
 4827L.08T - Allows bonds to be issued to be repaid with net tobacco settlement agreement receipts.
SB1210Johnson, SidneyHCS SCS SB 1210
 4766L.05T - Permits Buchanan County and the City of St. Joseph to impose a tourism sales tax. Allows Kansas City to increase hotel and restaurant taxes.
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.
SB1266Kenney, BillSCS SB 1266
 4854S.02T - Creates felony for sale or distribution of gray market cigarettes.
SB1279Kinder, PeterWiggins, HarryHCS SS#2 SCS SB 1279, 1162 & 1164
 4657L.20C - Creates several community development projects.
SB1281Russell, JohnGoode, WayneSB 1281
 5130S.01P - Appropriations.
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.
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.
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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