93rd General Assembly, 2nd Regular Session
Past Activity Registers
For Actions Recorded on: December 14, 2005

BillSponsorCoSponsorBill String
 Bill Information
HB1115Wallace, MaynardNolte, JerryHB 1115
 3687L.01I - Expands liability protection for school employees and volunteers
HB1116Salva, RayWildberger, EdHB 1116
 3433L.01I - Prohibits insurers from using credit information when underwriting insurance contracts
HB1117Salva, RayDusenberg, GaryHB 1117
 3482L.01I - Specifies that any new vessel, including boats and watercraft, sold after January 1, 2007, will be treated the same as a new motor vehicle under the provisions of the Lemon Law
HB1118Dempsey, TomPage, SamSCS#2 HB 1118
 3724S.05C - Allows for the deployment of health care professionals licensed, registered, or certified in this or any adjoining state in an emergency and provides them immunity from civil damages
HB1119Wildberger, EdRoorda, JeffHB 1119
 3497L.01I - Allows the governing body of any municipality or county to authorize its employees or agents to stand in a road to solicit charitable contributions
HB1120Wildberger, EdRoorda, JeffHB 1120
 3496L.01I - Requires cities to pay the difference between the amount of the salary and workers' compensation benefits to certain public safety officers who suffer a traumatic job-related injury
HB1121Wildberger, EdRoorda, JeffHB 1121
 3491L.01I - Allows Missouri residents to deduct from their taxable income 100% of all non-reimbursed amounts paid for long-term care insurance premiums
HB1122Wildberger, EdRoorda, JeffHB 1122
 3488L.01I - Allows a deduction from individual income tax for real property taxes paid by retired taxpayers and exempts certain income for certain retired residents from income taxation
HB1123Wildberger, EdRoorda, JeffHB 1123
 3483L.01I - Changes the laws regarding workers' compensation benefits for certain diseases resulting in exposure to certain occupational hazards
HB1124Wildberger, EdWhorton, JimHB 1124
 3494L.01I - Changes the laws regarding the notification requirements for the continuation of child support when a child is attending a higher education institution
HB1125Wildberger, EdRoorda, JeffHB 1125
 3492L.01I - Requires manufacturers of certain toxic household products to add an aversion agent to the product as a poison prevention measure and establishes the Poison Prevention Task Force to provide oversight
HB1126Wildberger, EdLeVota, PaulHB 1126
 3489L.01I - Imposes a $2 surcharge on dissolution of marriage cases for deposit in the Child Advocacy Center Fund which is created to provide financial support for child advocacy centers
HB1127Wildberger, EdRoorda, JeffHB 1127
 3493L.01I - Changes the laws regarding the release of personal information to unauthorized persons
HB1128Wildberger, EdRoorda, JeffHB 1128
 3490L.01I - Adds certain types of cancer to the list of diseases presumed incurred during the line of duty for the purpose of retirement benefits for firefighters
HB1129Wildberger, EdRoorda, JeffHB 1129
 3486L.01I - Requires fiduciaries of insurers who use credit scoring in underwriting to annually submit their personal credit score to the Department of Insurance
HB1130Wildberger, EdLeVota, PaulHB 1130
 3484L.01I - Requires professional fundraisers to maintain certain records for a period of three years
HB1131Wildberger, EdLeVota, PaulHB 1131
 3487L.01I - Changes the laws regarding telephone solicitations
HB1132Dempsey, TomPage, SamHB 1132
 3561L.01I - Requires all campaign finance filings to be filed electronically with the Missouri Ethics Commission
HB1133Salva, RayHB 1133
 3913L.01I - Requires the recorder of deeds to remove a notice of pendency of a suit affecting specific property from the real estate records if the suit is not filed within 60 days of the notice filing
HB1134Nance, BobFisher, BarneyHB 1134
 3567L.01I - Reduces the amount of excess revenues generated by fines for moving traffic violations that municipalities must send to the Department of Revenue
HB1135Nance, BobFlook, TimHCS HB 1135
 3183L.03P - Extends the commercial zone around Kansas City to include the municipal boundaries of the City of Excelsior Springs and also extends the commercial zone in St. Charles County
HB1136Ervin, DougFlook, TimHB 1136
 3979L.01I - Removes the proportional adjustment in state aid for diminishing enrollment in summer school and gifted programs
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