97th General Assembly, 2nd Regular Session
Past Activity Registers
For Actions Recorded on: May 13, 2014
BillSponsorCoSponsorBill String
 Bill Information
HB1073Dugger, TonyCox, StanleyHB 1073
 4372H.01P - Requires a person to submit a specified form of photo identification in order to vote in a public election with specified exemptions
HB1075Miller, RockyDiehl, JohnSS HCS HB 1075
 4433S.03T - Changes the laws regarding unclaimed property
HB1078Lichtenegger, DonnaSwan, KathrynSCS HCS HB 1078
 4537S.04C - Requires a public water system to notify the Department of Natural Resources, the Department of Health and Senior Services, and its customers at least 30 days prior to a vote to cease fluoridation
HB1092Lant, BillHaefner, MarshaSCS HB 1092
 4666S.02T - Changes the laws regarding child protection
HB1179Burlison, EricBerry, T.J.SCS HCS HBs 1179 & 1765
 4635S.05C - Changes the laws regarding sales and use taxes and the motor fuel tax and authorizes a sales and use tax exemption on the sale of a used manufactured home
HB1190Kelley, MikeShull, Noel JSCS HB 1190
 4671S.02T - Establishes the Facilitating Business Rapid Response to State Declared Disasters Act and requires the issuance of permits to transport equipment and materials following a disaster where utility service has been disrupted
HB1225Love, WarrenSCS HCS HB 1225
 5063S.04T - Changes the laws regarding the Self-Service Storage Facilities Act
HB1231Cox, StanleyCCS SS SCS HCS HB 1231
 4472H.06T - Changes the laws regarding the administration of justice
HB1270Lant, BillReiboldt, BillSS SCS HB 1270
 4901S.06T - Requires specified disclosures on new credit card processing service contracts
HB1296Koenig, AndrewCox, StanleySCS HCS HB 1296
 5085S.03T - Changes the laws regarding taxes based on sales
HB1302Remole, TimFitzwater, PaulHCS HB 1302
 5125S.03T - Prohibits the Department of Natural Resources from regulating the manufacture, performance, or use of residential wood burning appliances unless authorized to do so by the General Assembly
HB1304Gosen, DonBurns, BobSCS HCS HB 1304
 4703S.03T - Changes the laws regarding the sale of intoxicating liquor
HB1307Elmer, KevinKoenig, AndrewSCS HCS HBs 1307 & 1313
 5074S.03T - Changes the minimum waiting period before a woman can have an abortion from 24 hours to 72 hours
HB1326Guernsey, CaseyReiboldt, BillSS SCS HCS HB 1326
 5021S.06T - Changes the laws regarding agriculture
HB1336Gosen, DonBlack, LindaSCS HCS HB 1336
 4862S.04C - Changes the requirements for disclosure of information regarding insurance holding companies
HB1371Cox, StanleyKelly, ChrisSS SCS HCS HB 1371
 4510S.10T - Changes the laws regarding the Missouri Criminal Code
HB1374Cox, StanleyDiehl, JohnSCS HCS HB 1374
 4473S.03C - Prohibits a person from making a bad faith assertion of patent infringement, lists evidence the court may consider, and provides remedies the court may award
HB1390Thomson, MikeSwan, KathrynSCS HB 1390
 5049S.05C - Requires the cooperative development of a university resource allocation model that incorporates performance funding for public four-year institutions of higher education
HB1410Cross, Gary L.Fraker, LyndallSCS HCS HB 1410
 5326S.04T - Changes the laws regarding landlord-tenant actions
HB1439Funderburk, DougJones, TimothyCCS#2 SS SCS HCS HB 1439
 5129H.15S - Establishes the Second Amendment Preservation Act and changes the laws regarding firearms
HB1454Swan, KathrynHicks, RonHB 1454
 5079H.02T - Changes the laws regarding communications infrastructure deployment
HB1456Hoskins, DennyDohrman, DeanHB 1456
 4488H.03P - Designates "Old Drum" as the state historical dog and "Jim the Wonder Dog" as Missouri's Wonder Dog
HB1468Dohrman, DeanHoskins, DennySCS HB 1468
 5228S.04C - Specifies that unpaid volunteers of a tax-exempt veteran's organization are not subject to the Workers' Compensation Law
HB1490Bahr, KurtSpencer, BryanCCS#2 SS SCS HB 1490
 4476L.16T - Changes the laws regarding academic performance and learning standards in elementary and secondary education
HB1504Zerr, AnneCCS SS SCS HB 1504
 5461H.05T - Changes the laws regarding tax increment financing
HB1553Dohrman, DeanMuntzel, DaveCCS SCS HB 1553
 5180H.05T - Changes the laws regarding political subdivisions
HB1594Davis, CharlieLant, BillSCS HB 1594
 5421S.02T - Specifies that an unpaid volunteer on a public works project must not be deemed to be employed on the project and cannot be entitled to the prevailing hourly rate of wages
HB1665Jones, CalebBarnes, JayCCS SS SCS HCS HBs 1665 & 1335
 5563H.08T - Changes the laws regarding the administration of justice
HB1685Neely, JimCurtman, PaulCCS#2 SS HCS HB 1685
 5556H.08T - Allows physicians to prescribe certain investigational drugs, biological products, or devices to certain eligible terminally ill patients
HB1689Swan, KathrynWright, JohnSCS HCS HB 1689
 4967S.05T - Changes the laws regarding elementary and secondary education
HB1735Cierpiot, MikeSolon, SheilaSS SCS HCS HBs 1735 & 1618
 5860S.05T - Allows for the sale of motorcycles, all-terrain vehicles, personal watercraft, and other motorized vehicles sold by powersports dealers on Sundays
HB1779Riddle, JeanieKirkton, JeanneSCS HCS HB 1779
 5815S.04T - Changes the laws regarding mental health facility safety
HB1791Fitzwater, PaulHampton, KentSCS HB 1791
 5836S.02T - Authorizes the Governor to convey specified state properties
HB1861Brown, WandaBarnes, JaySCS HCS HBs 1861 & 1864
 6045S.04C - Specifies that public assistance benefit recipients who make electronic benefit transfer transactions exclusively outside the state for a period of 90 days must have their benefits suspended and requires the Department of Social Services to establish a pilot program to allow SNAP participants to purchase fresh produce at farmers markets
HB1865Redmon, CraigFitzwater, PaulSS SCS HB 1865
 5992S.09T - Changes the laws regarding sales and use tax exemptions for utilities used or consumed in the preparation of food and specifies what is considered a sale in this state
HB1866Schatz, DaveJones, TimothySCS HB 1866
 6033S.04T - Authorizes several highway and bridge designations
HB1906Schieber, RonaldSCS HB 1906
 4089S.02C - Extends to August 28, 2024, the provisions regarding Internet cyber crime law enforcement task forces and the Cyber Crime Investigation Fund which has expired and removes the required appropriation to the fund
HB2077Stream, RickHB 2077
 6336H.01T - Creates the Surplus Revenue Fund
HB2079Funderburk, DougHB 2079
 6334H.01P - Allows a specified sewer corporation to contract with a water district or municipality to terminate water service for non-payment of a sewer bill
HB2141Diehl, JohnSCS HCS HB 2141
 6404S.06T - Specifies measurement standards and tax rates for compressed and liquefied natural gas as a motor fuel and removes them from the provisions regarding alternative fuel decal and tax requirements
HB2163Riddle, JeanieHB 2163
 6418H.01T - Establishes a commercial zone in the City of Columbia
HCR9Cookson, SteveSpencer, BryanSS HCR 9
 5003S.02F - Strongly urges the National Park Service to draft its final General Management Plan for the Ozark National Scenic Riverways to recognize the importance the riverways provides to the state
HCR13Dohrman, DeanCox, StanleyHCS HCR 13
 5423H.03C - Urges the United States Air Force to retain the A-10 Thunderbolt II aircraft fleet
HCR19Gannon, ElaineWilson, KennethHCR 19
 5653L.01P - Recognizes March 2014 as "Missouri Whole Child Month"
HCR22Wieland, PaulHCR 22
 5639L.01I - Urges the United States Congress and the President of the United States to reauthorize the Terrorism Risk Insurance Program
HCR25Lichtenegger, DonnaSwan, KathrynHCS HCR 25
 5761H.02C - Recognizes the month of February as "Oral Health Awareness Month" and that good oral health is critical to good overall health
HCR30Franklin, DianeJones, TimothyHCR 30
 6022L.01P - Strongly urges the Environmental Protection Agency to reject any federal fossil fuel emission regulations that remove coal as a viable fuel option for new and existing electric generation
HCR38Phillips, DonMiller, RockyHCS HCR 38
 6208H.02C - Urges the U.S. Congress to decrease the Environmental Protection Agency's authority to regulate water quality and the use of coal and wood as energy sources
HCR45Bernskoetter, MikeHCS HCR 45
 6390H.02C - Reauthorizes the Joint Interim Committee on State Employee Wages
HCR48McGaugh, Joe DonReiboldt, BillHCR 48
 6342L.01I - Strongly urges the Army Corps of Engineers to not proceed with the Jameson Island project unless excavated soil is deposited outside the meander belt and not into the Missouri River
HCR49Phillips, DonHCS HCR 49
 6553H.02C - Designates the week of May 18th - 24th "Missouri Safe Boating Week"
HJR90Dugger, TonySS SCS HCS HJR 90
 6542S.07T - Proposes a constitutional amendment requiring the establishment of a six-day early voting period before a general election
HRB1299Flanigan, TomAllen, SueSCS HCS HRB 1299
 4765S.03T - Changes the laws based on executive branch reorganizations since the adoption of the Reorganization Act of 1974
SB492Pearce, DavidCCS HCS SCS SB 492
 4393S.11T - Requires the cooperative development of a university resource allocation model that incorporates performance funding for public four-year institutions of higher education and State Technical College of Missouri
SB504Munzlinger, BrianHCS SB 504
 4146H.03T - Requires state agencies to post proposed rules, summaries, and fiscal notes on their websites
SB506Munzlinger, BrianHCS SB 506
 4601H.03T - Requires that all fees collected under the Missouri Livestock Marketing Law not yield revenues greater than the cost of administration
SB575Dixon, BobHCS SS SB 575
 4166H.06T - Modifies and repeals a number of existing, expired or obsolete committees as well as creating the new Joint Committee on Judiciary and Justice
SB584Dixon, BobCCS HCS SB 584
 4396S.08T - Specifies which places of amusement, entertainment, recreation, games, and athletic events must collect sales tax
SB591Sater, DavidHCS SB 591
 4503H.03C - Repeals a provision relating to beef commodity merchandising program fees
SB605Dixon, BobHCS SB 605
 4203H.03C - Updates references to higher education statutes that have been previously repealed
SB612Schaaf, RobCCS SCS SB 612
 4820S.04T - Extends allocation of tax revenues from the nonresident entertainer and athlete tax until December 31, 2020
SB615Dixon, BobCCS HCS SB 615
 4248S.06T - Modifies provisions of law relating to court costs
SB621Dixon, BobCCS#2 HCS SB 621
 4246S.08T - Modifies various provisions of law relating to the administration of the judicial system
SB630Wallingford, WayneHCS SCS SB 630
 4779H.06C - Allows representatives of military candidates and candidates with disabilities to draw numbers to establish ballot order
SB656Kraus, WillCCS HCS SB 656
 5082S.04T - Modifies the live fire exercise and testing requirements for a concealed carry permit
SB662Kraus, WillCCS HCS SB 662
 5000S.04T - Requires the Department of Revenue to notify affected sellers of certain decisions modifying sales tax law
SB664Brown, DanCCS HCS SCS SB 664
 5127S.06T - Modifies the authority of the Clean Water Commission
SB672Parson, MikeCCS#2 HCS SCS SB 672
 5090S.08T - Modifies provisions relating to prosecuting attorneys
SB680Curls, ShalonnHCS SCS SB 680
 4890H.03T - Modifies the eligibility requirements for food stamp assistance
SB716Brown, DanCCS#2 HCS SCS SB 716
 5335S.09T - Requires hospitals to offer flu immunizations to patients 65 years of age or older prior to discharge
SB723Parson, MikeSCS SB 723
 5022S.02T - Raises the cap on the amount of revenue bonds that may be issued and limits the use of funds to renovation of existing buildings
SB734Cunningham, MikeSB 734
 5481S.01T - Allows members of electric cooperatives to participate in certain meetings by mail or electronic means
SB735Brown, DanSCS SB 735
 5474S.03T - Establishes Duty to inform campground guests of campground policies and establishes causes for which a campground owner can remove a person from a campground and a penalty for failure to leave
SB745Munzlinger, BrianSS SB 745
 5104S.04T - Modifies the provisions regarding sheriffs and other law enforcement officers, weapons, and concealed carry permits
SB774Dempsey, TomHCS#2 SS SCS SB 774
 5385H.09C - Modifies provisions relating to tax increment financing in St. Louis, St. Charles, and Jefferson Counties
SB777Nieves, BrianHCS#2 SCS SB 777
 5406H.06C - Extends a sales tax exemption for replacement parts to aircraft
SB824Dixon, BobHCS SCS SB 824
 5840H.09C - Modifies provisions relating to county prosecuting attorneys
SB854Wasson, JayHCS SCS SB 854
 4302H.05C - Modifies provisions relating to county purchases
SB860Cunningham, MikeCCS HCS SS SB 860
 5906S.05T - Creates a sales and use tax exemption for used manufactured homes
SB869Schmitt, EricHCS SS SB 869
 5745H.04T - Suspends or redirects adoption subsidy payments in certain cases involving child abuse and neglect
SB873Brown, DanHCS SCS SB 873
 5908H.03C - Modifies provisions relating to background checks for the purpose of child placement
SCR43Sater, DavidSCR 43
 6556S.01I - Designates the Vietnam Veterans Memorial which is to be built on the College of the Ozarks Campus in Point Lookout, Missouri as the official Vietnam War Memorial of the State of Missouri
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