91st General Assembly, 1st Regular Session
Past Activity Registers
For Actions Recorded on: December 14, 2000

BillSponsorCoSponsorBill String
 Bill Information
HB134Selby, HaroldHB 134
 0542L.01I - Requires mental hospitals and facilities to quarterly report the use of electroconvulsive therapies to the Department of Mental Health.
HB135Hosmer, WilliamHB 135
 0247L.01I - Authorizes Greene County to levy a tax on cigarettes and tobacco products which is equal to the tax authorized for Jackson and St. Louis counties and the City of St. Louis.
HB136Hosmer, WilliamHB 136
 0252L.01I - Tightens the property tax exemption for property owned by tax exempt organizations, changes the reassessment cycle for real property from two to four years and changes definition of "comparable".
HB137Hosmer, WilliamHB 137
 0177L.01I - Requires counties to allow elderly, disabled and low income persons to pay current real and personal property taxes monthly instead of annually.
HB138Hosmer, WilliamHB 138
 0261L.01I - Requires sales tax which is illegally or erroneously imposed on cigarette tax to be refunded to the consumer or the Director of Revenue.
HB139Hosmer, WilliamHB 139
 0243L.01I - Provides that venue requirements for small claims court shall be identical to venue requirements for civil suits in circuit and associate circuit court.
HB140Hosmer, WilliamHB 140
 0262L.01I - Authorizes the governing body of any fire protection district or municipal fire department, upon voter approval, to impose a sales tax.
HB141Hosmer, WilliamHB 141
 0253L.01I - Creates Drug Courts Coordinating Commission and Drug Court Resources Fund.
HB142Hosmer, WilliamHB 142
 0249L.01I - Expands the Missouri Kidney Program at the University of Missouri to provide assistance for immunosuppressive pharmaceuticals to organ transplant patients.
HB143Hosmer, WilliamHB 143
 0242L.01I - Allows spousal maintenance to be terminated based on cohabitation.
HB144Bonner, DennisCierpiot, ConnieCCS#2 SS SCS HCS HB 144 & 46
 0515S.10T - Requires check for outstanding arrest warrants before releasing a prisoner and increases penalty for aiding the escape of a prisoner.
HB145Troupe, CharlesHB 145
 0738L.01I - Changes the allowable supply of medication to be received by certain enrollees through a pharmaceutical plan and requires collection agencies to be informed when payments are made on patient accounts.
HB146Troupe, CharlesHB 146
 0739L.01I - Requires health insurers to offer contraceptive coverage to enrollees.
HB147Troupe, CharlesHB 147
 0740L.01I - Prohibits private prisons.
HB148Troupe, CharlesHB 148
 0741L.01I - Changes penalties for certain assaults.
HB149Troupe, CharlesHB 149
 0744L.01I - Creates crime of offender sexual abuse.
HB150Troupe, CharlesHB 150
 0747L.01I - Requires publication of records regarding the death of incarcerated offenders.
HB151Troupe, CharlesHB 151
 0746L.01I - Requires health insurers to provide diabetes coverage to enrollees.
HB152Troupe, CharlesHB 152
 0754L.01I - Prohibits housing of violent and nonviolent offenders in the same cell.
HB153Troupe, CharlesHB 153
 0752L.01I - Requires all health benefit plans to issue uniform prescription drug information cards.
HB154Troupe, CharlesHB 154
 0748L.01I - Requires pharmacies to notify the Board of Pharmacy of any known mistakes in prescriptions.
HB155Troupe, CharlesHB 155
 0079L.01I - Prohibits persons in shock detention from being held beyond their period of detention.
HB156Kennedy, HarryHilgemann, RobertHB 156
 0279L.01I - Authorizes St Louis College of Pharmacy license plates.
HB157Hosmer, WilliamCCS SCS HB 157
 0774L.06T - Revises marriage laws.
HB158Ross, CarsonHB 158
 0693L.01I - Requires Director of Revenue to issue driver's license to persons holding another state's valid driver's license.
HB159Schwab, DavidHB 159
 0385L.01I - Exempts parade participants from motorcycle helmet requirement.
HB160Bray, JoanHarlan, TimothyHB 160
 0556L.01I - Enacts Public Employee Due Process Act, creating procedural rights for termination, demotion, or discipline of public employees.
HB161Bray, JoanHarlan, TimothyHB 161
 0554L.01I - Allows either party in a discrimination case to file suit and request a jury trial when the commission completes its administrative proceedings.
HB162Bray, JoanHarlan, TimothyHB 162
 0553L.01I - Creates a cause of action for wrongful discharge of an employee.
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