96th General Assembly, 1st Regular Session
Past Activity Registers
For Actions Recorded on: May 13, 2011

BillSponsorCoSponsorBill String
 Bill Information
HB111Cox, StanleySS#2 SCS HCS HB 111
 0593S.13T - Changes the laws regarding judicial procedures
HB200Kelley, MikeRedmon, CraigHB 200
 0546L.01P - Specifies that gross negligence will be the standard of proof in actions for damages brought against a public or private correctional or detention facility as a result of a death by suicide of any inmate
HB250Cox, StanleyLant, BillHCS HB 250
 0601S.03T - Changes the laws regarding water well regulations
HB294Riddle, JeanieFranz, WardSS#2 SCS HCS HB 294, 123, 125, 113, 271 & 215
 1118S.07T - Changes the laws regarding firearms, ammunition, and concealed carry endorsements
HB412Smith, JasonSCS HCS HB 412
 1225S.03T - Changes the laws regarding pharmacies
HB430Burlison, EricNolte, JerryCCS SS SCS HCS HB 430
 1235L.20T - Changes the laws regarding transportation
HB458Loehner, TomGuernsey, CaseyCCS SS HB 458
 1391L.03T - Changes the laws regarding agriculture
HB462Pollock, DarrellSCS HB 462
 1403S.02C - Repeals the provisions requiring the Missouri Energy Task Force to reconvene at least one time a year and issue an annual status report to the Governor and General Assembly
HB552Molendorp, ChrisSCS HCS HB 552
 1601S.06T - Requires the State Board of Pharmacy to establish rules governing the standard of care for pharmacies dispensing blood clotting therapies
HB555Grisamore, JeffSS SCS HCS HB 555
 0920S.10T - Changes the laws regarding health care
HB697Smith, JasonBurlison, EricSS SCS HCS HB 697
 1777S.08F - Specifies that any administrative rule proposed, adopted, or amended by a state agency after August 28, 2011, must automatically terminate six years after its effective date
HB737Redmon, CraigShumake, LindellSCS HB 737
 1797S.03T - Allows political subdivisions to revise certain tax rates and changes the laws regarding renewable energy in enhanced enterprise zones and the taxation of hydroelectric power generating equipment
HB741Bernskoetter, MikeHB 741
 1643L.01P - Adds an eligible energy-saving enterprise to the list of entities that are eligible to receive a linked deposit loan
HCR48Schatz, DavePollock, DarrellHCR 48
 1763L.01I - Strongly urges the United States Congress to support the Pea Ridge Mine in the extraction of thorium and the development of refineries for thorium power plants
HCR53Rowland, LylePollock, DarrellHCR 53
 2158L.01I - Strongly urges Congress and the Administration to immediately seek long-term and short-term solutions to the rapidly rising fuel costs in this country
HJR16Dugger, TonyWells, DonSCS HCS HJR 16
 1066S.03C - Proposes a constitutional amendment changing the number of voter signatures that are required to place an initiative petition or a referendum on a ballot
SB8Goodman, JackCCR#2 HCS SS#2 SCS SB 8
 0367L.14S - Restricts co-employee liability in workers' compensation cases
SB48Wright-Jones, RobinCCS HCS SB 48
 0251L.04T - Prohibits public utilities from requiring a deposit from certain delinquent customers
SB62Schaaf, RobHCS SS#2 SCS SB 62
 0521L.07T - Allows providers to include any retrieval fee for outsourced records storage service in the fee for release of medical records
SB70Schaefer, KurtCCS SS SCS SB 70
 0089S.07T - Modifies provisions relating to the Missouri Family Trust
SB77Stouffer, BillHCS SB 77
 0675L.02T - Expands the types of directional signs which may be erected and maintained within highway right-of-ways
SB81Pearce, DavidCCS SCS SB 81
 0657S.05T - Modifies provisions relating to fine arts education
SB100Stouffer, BillHCS#2 SCS SB 100
 0725L.06C - Creates a tax credit for contributions to developmental disability care providers and modifies provisions of the residential treatment agency tax credit program
SB117Engler, KevinCCS HCS#2 SCS SB 117
 0835S.08T - Allows the imposition of a hospital district sales tax in lieu of a property tax to fund certain hospital districts
SB135Schaefer, KurtCCS HCS SS SB 135
 0583S.06T - Modifies provisions pertaining to the storage and dispensing of motor fuel and extends the expiration date to August 28, 2017 for environmental laws relating to dry-cleaning facilities.
SB213Schaefer, KurtHCS SCS SB 213
 0439L.06T - Modifies what information is required in a petition for guardianship for a minor or an incapacitated person and adopts the Uniform Adult Guardianship and Protective Proceedings Jurisdiction Act
SB226Engler, KevinCCS HCS SS SB 226
 1363S.05T - Modifies provisions relating to ambulance districts
SB238Schmitt, EricSS SB 238
 1042S.04T - Creates a presumption that certain infectious diseases are duty-related for the purposes of firefighters' disability and death benefits
SB250Kehoe, MikeCCS#2 HCS SB 250
 1451S.05T - Requires sexual assault offenders to complete certain programs prior to being eligible for parole or conditional release
SB282Engler, KevinCCS HCS SB 282
 1542S.04T - Moves the presidential primary from February to March
SB284Wasson, JayCCS HCS SB 284
 1412S.05T - Modifies the disciplinary authority of the Board of Pharmacy and defines the term legend drug for the purpose of certain pharmacy statutes
SB323Schaefer, KurtSCS SB 323
 1627S.02C - Requires the Auditor to conduct a one-time comparative audit of selected state agencies
SB356Munzlinger, BrianCCS#2 HCS SCS SB 356
 1787S.08T - Modifies provisions pertaining to grain dealers and grain warehouses
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