94th General Assembly, 1st Regular Session
Past Activity Registers
For Actions Recorded on: May 15, 2007

BillSponsorCoSponsorBill String
 Bill Information
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
HB74Wilson, LarryFisher, BarneyHCS HB 74
 0338L.02P - Allows rural empowerment zones to exist in any county with 16,000 or fewer residents
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
HB213Cunningham, JaneRuestman, MarilynSCS HB 213
 0462S.09C - Establishes the Emily Brooker Intellectual Diversity Act, which defines intellectual diversity for reporting purposes at public higher education institutions
HB215Stevenson, BryanRuestman, MarilynSCS HB 215
 0222S.05C - Expands the jurisdiction of juvenile courts to include individuals who are 17 and 18 years of age for the sole purpose of status offenses by redefining the terms "child," "adult," and "status offense"
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
HB338Tilley, StevenWells, DonHCS HB 338
 0779S.05C - Authorizes minimum amounts of compensation for certain corrections employees and requires the Department of Corrections to conduct a salary equity study of all its employees
HB364Ervin, DougWeter, RaySS HCS HB 364
 0714S.04P - Authorizes an income tax deduction for the cost of personally funded health insurance premiums
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
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
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
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
HB744St. Onge, NealSS HB 744
 1322S.10F - Changes the laws regarding outdoor advertising and commercial drivers' licenses
HB780Wasson, JayCCS SS SCS HCS HB 780
 2034L.10T - Changes the laws regarding the licensure of certain professionals in the Division of Professional Registration within the Department of Insurance, Financial Institutions, and Professional Registration
HB801Kraus, WillEmery, EdHB 801
 1988L.01P - Removes the expiration date for the provision restricting political subdivisions from providing certain telecommunication services or facilities
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
HB952Wilson, KevinDempsey, TomSS SCS HCS HB 952 & 674
 2306S.11T - Changes the laws regarding emergency preparedness plans, fire alarms, and sprinkler systems in long-term care facilities
HJR7Nieves, BrianDeeken, BillSCS HJR 7
 0401S.02T - Proposes a constitutional amendment establishing English as the language for all official proceedings in Missouri
SB3Gibbons, MichaelCCS HCS#2 SS SCS SB 3
 0580S.14T - Enacts provisions on mental health reform
SB22Griesheimer, JohnCCS HCS SS SCS SB 22
 0382S.12T - Modifies laws relating to political subdivisions
SB30Nodler, GaryCCS HCS SB 30
 0246S.06T - Expands the sales tax exemption for common carriers
SB62Goodman, JackCCS HCS SCS SBs 62 & 41
 0149S.11T - Modifies the laws on the use of force
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
SB66Rupp, ScottSCS SB 66
 0286S.03P - Modifies various provisions of law relating to investments by insurance companies
SB82Griesheimer, JohnCCS HCS SCS SB 82
 0319S.14T - Modifies several provisions of law relating to salvage vehicles
SB84Champion, NormaCCS HCS SB 84
 0267L.02T - Modifies provisions of criminal background checks for emergency child placements
SB85Champion, NormaHCS SS SCS SB 85
 0496L.13C - Establishes a drug monitoring program and modifies existing record keeping for controlled substances and pseudoephedrine products
SB86Champion, NormaCCS#2 HCS SCS SB 86
 0519L.04T - Modifies provisions of the Children in Crisis Tax Credit Program
SB91Nodler, GarySCS SB 91
 0326S.02T - Exempts dealers who sell only emergency vehicles from certain dealer licensure requirements
SB308Crowell, JasonCCS#2 HCS SCS SB 308
 1150L.04T - Modifies licensing standards and practice of audiologists and hearing instrument specialists
SB384Coleman, MaidaHCS SCS SB 384
 1752L.04T - Requires persons replacing stolen license plate tabs issued prior to January 1, 2009, to submit notarized affidavits and persons replacing stolen tabs issued on or after January 1, 2009, to submit a
SB429Gibbons, MichaelHCS SS SCS SB 429
 0635L.09C - Modifies various provisions relating to crime victims
SB516Goodman, JackHCS SB 516
 1952L.04C - Eliminates the requirement that summons in cases before associate circuit judges specify a court date no more than 30 days from service
SB577Shields, CharlesCCS HCS SS SCS SB 577
 2227L.07T - Enacts the "Missouri Health Improvement Act of 2007"
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