96th General Assembly, 2nd Regular Session
Representative Delus Johnson
Representative
Delus Johnson
District 028
Republican

Elected:2010 
Years Served:
Hometown:St. Joseph
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Sponsored Bills
HB 1728 - (5448L.02I)
Establishes the Missouri Jobs for Education Program
HB 1793 - (5892L.01I)
Establishes the Missouri International Agriculture Exchange website to allow Missouri agricultural producers to market Missouri-produced goods to international buyers
HB 1797 - (5872L.01I)
Requires out-of-state persons or groups who wish to protest a funeral in this state to pay, prior to the protest, a $15,000 fee to the local law enforcement agency in the area where the protest will be held
HB 1798 - (5268L.01I)
Authorizes a tax credit for the cost of labor and materials to construct or improve a data center
HB 1800 - (5380H.01I)
Authorizes a state and local sales and use tax exemption for specified farm products sold at a farmers' market
HB 1801 - (5269L.02I)
Establishes the Missouri International Business Advertising Fund to be used exclusively for advertising the benefits of relocating an international business to Missouri
HB 1824 - (5791L.02I)
Prohibits a person from operating a warehouse, commissary, or mobile food unit without first obtaining a license from the Department of Health and Senior Services
HB 1864 - (5965L.02P)
Allows a person to obtain a Pony Express special license plate
HB 2040 - (6261L.01I)
Specifies that the requirement that every person operating or riding on a motorcycle on any state highway wear protective headgear will not apply from August 1 through August 21 of each year
HB 2041 - (6275L.01I)
Specifies that certain companies that provide telecommunications infrastructure will be eligible for linked deposit loans and authorizes a tax credit for the cost of Internet broadband equipment
HB 2052 - (6276L.01I)
Allows a person 21 years of age or older to operate a motorcycle on any state highway without protective headgear if he or she has obtained a helmet-free endorsement from the Department of Revenue
HB 2075 - (6297L.02I)
Establishes the Daylight Saving Time Elimination Act
Co-sponsored Bills
Amendments
Past Legislation