98th General Assembly, 1st Regular Session
Past Activity Registers
For Actions Recorded on: December 01, 2014

BillSponsorCoSponsorBill String
 Bill Information
HB26Dugger, TonyHB 26
 0542H.01I - Establishes the Civil Justice Funding Model Act
HB27Kratky, MicheleHB 27
 0157L.01I - Prohibits drivers of non-commercial vehicles from text messaging while operating a moving vehicle unless the device being used is equipped with technology allowing for voice-recognition hands-free texting
HB28Kratky, MicheleHB 28
 0156L.01I - Modifies the crime of unlawful use of weapons by changing possession of a firearm while also "knowingly" in possession of a controlled substance to "illegally" in possession of a controlled substance
HB29Dugger, TonyHB 29
 0380H.01P - Changes the laws regarding the foreign ownership of agricultural land
HB30Dugger, TonyHB 30
 0227H.01P - Requires a person to submit a specified form of photo identification in order to vote in a public election with specified exemptions
HB31Gosen, DonHB 31
 0152H.01I - Changes the laws regarding the defense of lawsuits against insureds
HB32Hoskins, DennyHB 32
 0508H.01P - Modifies the "Big Government Get Off My Back Act"
HB33Walker, NateHCS HB 33
 0385H.02P - Changes the laws regarding public safety officers who are eligible for a survivor's and disabled employee's educational grant and the disbursement of any unpaid workers compensation into his or her estate
HB34Walker, NateHB 34
 0383H.01P - Designates a portion of Highway 63 in Adair County as the "Harriet Beard Highway"
HB35Walker, NateHCS HBs 35 & 323
 0388H.02P - Allows camping trailers more than 25 years old to be permanently registered and be issued historic trailer license plates
HB36Walker, NateHB 36
 0384H.01I - Allows owners of vehicles to only have a rear license plate if the mounting of a front license plate poses an undue hardship to the owner or destruction to the vehicle
HB37Walker, NateHB 37
 0386H.01I - Changes the laws regarding child custody, visitation rights, and adoption
HB38Pace, SharonHB 38
 0036L.01I - Requires a peace officer to attend a training course in diversity and sensitivity and a course that teaches tactics and techniques during situations of unrest and peaceful demonstrations
HB39Pace, SharonHB 39
 0037L.01I - Requires video cameras to be worn by uniformed police officers while interacting with the public and in police vehicles primarily used for traffic stops
HB40Pace, SharonHB 40
 0039L.01I - Requires peace officers to undergo a psychological evaluation every three years
HB41Wood, DavidSCS HB 41
 0043S.02T - Removes portions of the school funding formula that are no longer relevant due to the passage of time
HB42Wood, DavidCCS SCS HCS HB 42
 0046H.14T - Changes the laws regarding elementary and secondary education
HB43Wood, DavidHB 43
 0194L.01I - Establishes guidelines for statewide student assessments
HB44Webber, StephenHCS HB 44
 0496H.04C - Requires the Department of Labor and Industrial Relations to create best practice guidelines in gender pay equality for state and local government and private businesses
HB45Lant, BillHB 45
 0322H.01I - Specifies that a child abuse or neglect investigation may be extended if requested by local law enforcement
HB46Lant, BillHB 46
 0548H.01I - Requires the State Board of Mediation to conduct an election to certify the exclusive bargaining representatives of an appropriate collective bargaining unit for certain public employees every two years
HB47Lant, BillHB 47
 0546H.01I - Specifies that all individuals shall be guaranteed the freedom to work without being required to join or pay dues to any labor organization
HB48Lant, BillHB 48
 0547H.01I - Prohibits any public employee from being required to pay dues or other fees to a labor organization
HB49Kirkton, JeanneHB 49
 0032L.01I - Adds board certified psychiatric-mental health nurse practitioners or clinical nurse specialists to the list of medical professionals from whom treatment costs may be compensated
HB50Gosen, DonSCS HCS HB 50
 0136S.04T - Changes the requirements for disclosure of information regarding insurance holding companies
HB51Walton Gray, RochelleHB 51
 0142L.04I - Establishes the Community Relations Training Program for Peace Officers
HB52Walton Gray, RochelleHB 52
 0272L.03I - Establishes a Task Force on Civilian Review Boards
HB53Walton Gray, RochelleHB 53
 0264L.01I - Requires new city council members to receive training and orientation
HB54Walton Gray, RochelleHB 54
 0124L.02I - Allows schools to incorporate criminal justice instruction into curriculum
HB55Walton Gray, RochelleHB 55
 0271L.01I - Requires St. Louis County, St. Louis City, and Kansas City to post on its internet website how to set up a civilian review board along with other pertinent information
HB56Walton Gray, RochelleHB 56
 0282L.01I - Requires peace officers to complete a module to determine if they are culturally competent
HB57Walton Gray, RochelleHB 57
 0123L.01I - Prohibits additional penalties if a person fails to appear once in a 12-month period in municipal court for a traffic or ordinance violation and prohibits an arrest warrant for two or more failures to appear
HB58Walton Gray, RochelleHB 58
 0265L.01I - Allows community service in lieu of a fine for certain traffic offenses
HB59Walton Gray, RochelleHB 59
 0263L.01I - Requires certain disclosures by a person applying for a position as a peace officer
HB60Walton Gray, RochelleHB 60
 0082L.01I - Requires community service in lieu of a fine for certain traffic offenses for 15 to 17 year olds and 18 year olds if enrolled in high school
HB61Walton Gray, RochelleHB 61
 0107L.02I - Requires the juvenile court to consider school attendance in lieu of the juvenile being detained or fined for misdemeanor violations, violating an ordinance, or as a condition of probation
HB62Walton Gray, RochelleHB 62
 0080L.02I - Requires any officer-involved deaths to be investigated by a law enforcement agency that does not employ a law enforcement officer involved in the death being investigated
HB63Dugger, TonySS SCS HCS#2 HB 63
 0545S.13T - Changes the laws regarding persons seeking public office
HB64Dugger, TonyHB 64
 0558H.01P - Modifies provisions relating to open-end credit fees
HB65Dugger, TonyHB 65
 0559H.01I - Specifies that official ballot measure challenges must be adjudicated within 56 days before the election in which the measure will be voted on
HB66Dugger, TonyHB 66
 0557H.01I - Removes a current utility bill and bank statement as acceptable forms of identification to receive a ballot
HB67Dugger, TonyHCS HB 67
 0228H.03C - Modifies provisions related to elections
HB68Berry, T.J.HB 68
 0317H.01I - Allows a motor vehicle dealer up to 21 days after the sale or transfer of a motor vehicle or trailer to deliver the certificate of ownership to the buyer
HB69Lant, BillHB 69
 0620H.01I - Allows public bodies to opt out of prevailing wage laws for the construction of public works projects that are $750,000 or less
HB70Gosen, DonHCS HB 70
 0146H.04P - Changes the requirements for the valuation of reserves for life insurance
HB71Walton Gray, RochelleHB 71
 0404L.01I - Establishes a task force on police officer presence in schools and communities
HB72Walton Gray, RochelleHB 72
 0262L.01I - Establishes a program on police officer presence in schools and communities within the Department of Public Safety
HB73Ellington, BrandonHB 73
 0580L.01I - Increases the state minimum wage to $10.25 per hour
HB74Ellington, BrandonHB 74
 0581L.01I - Requires the Department of Corrections to perform specified actions to improve the ability of working inmates to obtain employment upon release from incarceration
HB75Ellington, BrandonHB 75
 0578L.01I - Requires uniformed law enforcement officers to wear a video camera while on duty to record any interaction between a law enforcement officer and a member of the public and to preserve the recordings for 30 days
HB76Ellington, BrandonHB 76
 0577L.01I - Requires uniformed law enforcement officers to wear a video camera while on duty to record any interaction between a law enforcement officer and a member of the public and to preserve the recordings for 30 days
HB77Ellington, BrandonHB 77
 0579L.01I - Allows certain small businesses to be eligible to claim any state tax credit, deduction, and other exemption from tax that specified corporations are allowed to claim
HB78Higdon, GalenHB 78
 0614H.01I - Creates the Alcohol and Tobacco Control Trust Fund consisting of specified fees collected by the Director of Revenue to be used for the administration and regulation of the liquor control and tobacco laws
HB79Anderson, SonyaHCS HB 79
 0533H.02C - Changes the laws regarding the confiscation of animals
HB80Anderson, SonyaHB 80
 0570H.01I - Specifies that it is a crime to falsely represent oneself to be a public servant by displaying a badge
HB81Anderson, SonyaHB 81
 0531H.01I - Changes the laws regarding consent for a minor to have an abortion
HB82Mims, BonnayeHB 82
 0617L.01I - Requires public institutions of higher education to adopt policies on student favoritism
HB83Curtman, PaulHB 83
 0099L.01I - Requires a utility to offer to residential customers on a fixed income the opportunity to pay their utility bill on a reasonable schedule that is adjusted for their periodic receipt of income
HJR1Dugger, TonyHJR 1
 0224H.01P - Proposes a constitutional amendment specifying that a person seeking to vote in a public election may be required by general law to provide a valid government-issued photo identification
HJR2Lant, BillHJR 2
 0584H.01I - Proposes a constitutional amendment that specifies that all individuals shall be guaranteed the freedom to work without being required to join or pay dues to any labor organizations
HJR3Lant, BillHJR 3
 0583H.01I - Proposes a constitutional amendment that prohibits any public employees from being required to pay dues or other fees to a labor organization
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