95th General Assembly, 1st Regular Session
Representative Mark Parkinson
Mark Parkinson
District 016

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Hometown:St. Charles
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Sponsored Bills
HB 348 - (0717L.01I)
Authorizes a state income tax deduction for school supplies and books purchased for home schooling a child
HB 349 - (0029L.01I)
Allows persons who are permanently disabled to apply to the Department of Revenue to have a notation indicating that status on his or her driver's or nondriver's license
HB 350 - (0718L.02C)
Makes it a crime for a person to conceal, harbor, or shelter from detection any alien knowing or in reckless disregard of the fact that the alien has entered or remained in the country illegally
HB 351 - (0716L.01I)
Requires any person who is found guilty of or pleads guilty or nolo contendere to a felony in this state on or after August 28, 2009, to serve a minimum prison term of 85% of his or her court sentence
HB 385 - (0861L.02I)
Requires the Driver License Bureau within the Department of Revenue to establish a database of next of kin persons for use in emergency situations
HB 625 - (0719L.02I)
Exempts personal and residential property owned by certain taxpayers 65 years of age or older from increases in assessed valuation and limits increases in their personal and property tax
HB 779 - (1929L.01I)
Allows any person to purchase or sell any slot machine for operation at the residence of the owner if the slot machine is not operated for gambling purposes
HB 801 - (1899L.01I)
Exempts political subdivisions from paying taxes levied by the state or other political subdivisions
HB 833 - (2010L.01I)
Requires information from reports made to the state literacy hotline regarding students who have dropped out of school to be made available electronically with personal-identity information withheld
HB 977 - (2051L.03I)
Establishes the Annual Sportsman Sales Tax Holiday Act which authorizes an annual state sales and use tax exemption on purchases of certain outdoor sportsman equipment
HB 1009 - (2386L.01I)
Requires the Official State Manual to be made avaiable for distribution only in an electronic format on compact discs with exceptions
Co-sponsored Bills
Past Legislation