95th General Assembly, 1st Regular Session
Past Activity Registers
For Actions Recorded on: December 01, 2008

BillSponsorCoSponsorBill String
 Bill Information
HB26Smith, JoeWallace, MaynardHB 26
 0181L.01I - Prohibits a person from operating a motor vehicle on public property while using a wireless telephone with certain exceptions
HB27Day, DavidSmith, JoeHB 27
 0200L.01I - Authorizes an income tax deduction from a taxpayer's Missouri adjusted gross income for 100% of any military retirement income, regardless of age or income
HB28Day, DavidHB 28
 0199L.01I - Authorizes the City of Waynesville to impose, upon voter approval, a transient guest tax for a multipurpose conference and convention center
HB29Day, DavidWells, DonHB 29
 0201L.01I - Lowers the average total inmate population required to allow a circuit court to appoint an extra circuit court marshal
HB30Brandom, EllenWallace, MaynardSCS HB 30
 0103S.06F - Requires the Department of Social Services to test applicants for or recipients of Temporary Assistance for Needy Families benefits for the illegal use of controlled substances
HB31Sater, DavidWeter, RayHB 31
 0094L.02I - Authorizes an individual income tax deduction for a person who purchases a new qualified hybrid motor vehicle
HB32Sater, DavidWeter, RayHB 32
 0132L.01I - Requires, subject to appropriations, the Department of Health and Senior Services to establish an access to healthy food pilot program
HB33Sater, DavidWright, Billy PatHB 33
 0160L.01I - Requires the State Highway Patrol to create, maintain, and make available for public inquiry on the Internet a registry of persons convicted of certain drug offenses
HB34Sater, DavidWeter, RayHB 34
 0207L.01I - Requires the State of Missouri to match any grant moneys received by the state for smoking cessation up to a $2 million cap
HB35Sater, DavidWeter, RayHB 35
 0224L.01I - Authorizes an income tax deduction for taxpayers who purchase certain qualified fuel cell or solar energy property to generate electricity for their residences
HB36Sater, DavidWeter, RayHB 36
 0131L.01I - Authorizes a state and local sales and use tax exemption for over-the-counter or nonprescription drugs which are prescribed by a practitioner
HB37Sater, DavidWeter, RayHB 37
 0133L.01I - Adds medical practitioners providing free services at a summer camp to the list of health care providers for whom the State Legal Expense Fund is available for payment of certain claims against a provider
HB38Sater, DavidWeter, RayHB 38
 0134L.01I - Creates the Tobacco Use Prevention, Cessation, and Enforcement Trust Fund to be used by the Department of Health and Senior Services for a comprehensive tobacco control program
HB39Sater, DavidWallace, MaynardHB 39
 0092L.01I - Authorizes an income tax credit for 50% of the cost of the construction of a storm shelter or $1,000, whichever is less
HB40Sater, DavidHB 40
 0091L.01I - Changes the laws regarding hold orders for pawnshops
HB41Sater, DavidFaith, SallyHB 41
 0163L.01I - Imposes a 90-day license suspension for any intermediate driver's licensee who accumulates six or more points in a 12-month period or is convicted of exceeding the speed limit by 26 or more miles per hour
HB42Sater, DavidHB 42
 0126L.01I - Modifies the requirements for eligibility and receipt of Temporary Assistance for Needy Families benefits
HB43Sater, DavidJones, TimothyHB 43
 0113L.01I - Repeals certain provisions of law regarding access to psychotropic medications for recipients of public assistance benefits
HB44Sater, DavidWallace, MaynardHB 44
 0180L.01I - Requires gasoline kept, offered, or exposed for sale or sold at retail which is advertised as premium gasoline to be identified as containing or not containing ethanol
HB45Sater, DavidJones, TimothyHB 45
 0096L.01P - Authorizes an income tax credit for food or cash donations to senior citizen services centers
HB46Davis, CynthiaCox, StanleySS HCS HB 46 & 434
 0385S.10P - Changes the laws regarding the consent requirements for obtaining an abortion and creates the crime of coercing an abortion
HB47Davis, CynthiaParkinson, MarkHB 47
 0179L.01I - Grants a parent the right to request a reimbursement of a portion of real estate taxes paid based on moneys expended by the parent for private or home schooling of his or her unemancipated minor children
HB48Davis, CynthiaHarris, BelindaHB 48
 0124L.01I - Allows certain adopted adults who are 21 years of age or older to receive a certified copy of his or her original unaltered birth certificate and adoption records
HB49Frame, MichaelLeVota, PaulHB 49
 0275L.01I - Allows voters to cast advance ballots
HB50Hodges, SteveMeadows, TimHB 50
 0142L.01I - Requires health insurance coverage for the diagnosis and treatment of infertility
HB51Hodges, SteveHB 51
 0143L.01I - Designates a portion of State Highway 80 in New Madrid County as the "Gene Curtis Memorial Highway"
HB52Hodges, SteveMeadows, TimHB 52
 0144L.01I - Requires health insurance coverage to continue for any child or dependent of an enrollee with Down Syndrome after they reach 18 years of age
HB53Wildberger, EdNorr, CharlieHB 53
 0347L.01I - Requires purchasers of six or more disposable cell phones at one time to provide photo identification which will be reported and kept in a database by the State Highway Patrol
HB54Wildberger, EdHB 54
 0349L.01I - Specifies that mutual insurance companies will no longer be exempt from laws relating to policy cancellations and unfair claims settlement practices
HB55Wildberger, EdLiese, AlbertHB 55
 0350L.01I - Specfies that it will be an unlawful employment practice to subject an employee to an abusive work environment or to retaliate against an employee who opposes that type of environment
HB56Wildberger, EdStill, MaryHB 56
 0340L.01I - Expands the No-call List to include cell phone numbers, prohibits sending unsolicited faxes and text messages, and prohibits using automatic dialing announcing devices in certain situations
HB57Wildberger, EdNasheed, JamilahHCS HB 57
 0352L.04C - Changes the laws regarding certain professions including child care, registered surgical technologists, the Elevator Board, medical school certification, and dentistry
HB58Hoskins, TheodoreHB 58
 0378L.01I - Requires that only one license plate be issued for all motor vehicles, except those with personalized plates, instead of the current two plates
HB59Corcoran, MichaelLiese, AlbertHB 59
 0265L.01I - Allows voters to cast advance ballots
HB60Lipke, ScottHB 60
 0410L.01I - Allows persons who have exhausted their total lifetime benefits to be eligible for coverage under the Missouri Health Insurance Pool
HB61Lipke, ScottHB 61
 0412L.01I - Establishes the Evan de Mello Reimbursement Program to provide financial assistance for the cost of transportation and ancillary services associated with the medical treatment of an eligible child
HB62Lipke, ScottCCS SS SCS HCS HB 62
 0468S.14T - Changes the laws regarding crime
HB63Lipke, ScottHB 63
 0389L.01I - Increases the penalty for the crime of resisting or interfering with an arrest, detention, or stop from a class D felony to a class C felony
HB64Lipke, ScottHCS HB 64 & 545
 0337L.03P - Revises the Missouri individual income tax rate schedule and dependency exemption and increases the federal tax deduction for the individual income tax
HB65Wilson, LarryNance, BobHB 65
 0211L.01P - Allows rural empowerment zones to exist in any county with 18,000 or fewer residents and prohibits more than two rural empowerment zones in any county
HB66Lipke, ScottHB 66
 0427L.01I - Allows for a special "In God We Trust" license plate
HB67Bivins, WaltWallace, MaynardHB 67
 0279L.01I - Changes the laws regarding dam and reservoir safety
HB68Bivins, WaltNieves, BrianHB 68
 0050L.01I - Authorizes a taxpayer 65 years of age or older who has lived in his or her home for at least two years to file a claim with the county assessor for a $5,000 reduction from the appraised value of the home
HB69Storch, RachelSCS HB 69
 0046S.04C - Defines "adoption resource center" and specifies that qualified centers will get a portion of the unclaimed funds for tax credits for special needs child adoption which now goes to three other agencies
HB70Lampe, SaraNorr, CharlieHB 70
 0482L.01I - Increases state employee salaries at the beginning of each fiscal year in an amount equal to the percentage change in the federal Consumer Price Index
HB71Lampe, SaraNorr, CharlieHB 71
 0478L.01I - Requires lenders of unsecured loans of less than $500, commonly known as payday loans, to notify borrowers of the balance owed at least every three months
HB72Lampe, SaraNorr, CharlieHB 72
 0475L.01I - Requires school districts to establish special programs or services for students who are identified as academically gifted
HB73Lampe, SaraPace, SharonHB 73
 0488L.01I - Requires the Department of Elementary and Secondary Education to develop teaching standards for all public schools
HB74Lampe, SaraNorr, CharlieHB 74
 0484L.01I - Adds the gifted education pupil count to the calculation of weighted average daily attendance and removes an adequacy target limit for the school foundation formula
HB75Lampe, SaraNorr, CharlieHB 75
 0485L.01I - Adds the gifted education pupil count to the calculation of weighted average daily attendance and removes an adequacy target limit for the school foundation formula
HB76Lampe, SaraNorr, CharlieHB 76
 0486L.01I - Changes the laws regarding the identification, assessment, and education of children with autism spectrum disorder
HB77Lampe, SaraPace, SharonHB 77
 0477L.01I - Lowers the age for beginning school from seven to six years and requires full-day kindergarten at all public schools
HB78Lampe, SaraBurnett, JohnHB 78
 0479L.01I - Prohibits the transfer of a mental health patient from one facility to another without the consent of the patient or the patient's parent, legal guardian, or nearest known relative
HB79Lampe, SaraNorr, CharlieHB 79
 0480L.01I - Requires health benefit plans to include coverage for the treatment of autism spectrum disorders
HB80Lampe, SaraNorr, CharlieHB 80
 0487L.01I - Requires the Revisor of Statutes to make all copies of laws, resolutions, and constitutional measures available electronically to the public and eliminates the printing of certain state documents
HB81Still, MaryWebber, StephenHB 81
 0346L.01I - Changes the laws regarding unsecured loans of $500 or less, sometimes referred to as payday loans, and allows the Attorney General to maintain an action to enforce compliance
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