97th General Assembly, 2nd Regular Session
Representative Caleb Jones
Caleb Jones
District 050

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Sponsored Bills
HB 1260 - (5172H.01I)
Changes the laws regarding ethics and lobbying
HB 1555 - (5299H.01I)
Requires the child abuse and neglect hotline to receive calls regarding elder abuse during the hours the elder abuse and neglect hotline is closed
HB 1618 - (5510L.01I)
Allows for the sale of motorcycles on Sundays in Platte County and Jackson County
HB 1665 - (5563H.08T)
Changes the laws regarding the administration of justice
HB 1729 - (5605H.02P)
Requires the Division of Commerce and Industrial Development to support and assist the development of biotechnological enterprises and establish an office in Israel to assist with the promotion of state exports
HB 1740 - (5684L.01I)
Allows providers of medical assistance benefits to use clinical decision support tools as an alternative to prior authorization when determining the clinical appropriateness of services or procedures
HB 1796 - (5353H.01I)
Changes the laws regarding the operations and procedures of the Missouri Ethics Commission
HB 1797 - (5689L.01I)
Specifies that filing a petition for trial de novo results in the stay of the driver's license suspension or revocation order and the issuance of a temporary license until a final order is issued
HB 1798 - (5681L.01I)
Requires moneys in a county law enforcement restitution fund to be used for specified purposes for sheriffs and prosecuting attorneys
HB 1799 - (5571H.02C)
Prohibits health carriers from requiring prior authorization for serious and urgent conditions and requires certain health benefit determinations to be made within 24 hours rather than two working days
HB 1800 - (5678L.01I)
Changes the laws regarding retirement benefits for state employees
HB 1803 - (5704H.02I)
Requires all courts to accept the filing of court documents by facsimile
HB 1805 - (5688L.01I)
Repeals the provisions that prohibit specified state employees from being a candidate for public office and changes the laws regarding the political activities of state employees
HB 1827 - (5826L.01I)
Requires that one voting member of the University of Missouri Board of Curators be a student
HB 1876 - (5985L.01I)
Exempts persons certified as having no usable vision and whose condition is deemed to be permanent from subsequent vision examinations for purposes of receipt of a blind pension
HB 1998 - (6195L.01P)
Repeals the expiration date of the provisions regarding the Large Animal Veterinarian Student Loan Program
HB 2000 - (5312H.01I)
Establishes the Foster Children's Bill of Rights
HB 2091 - (5672H.02I)
Prohibits the implementation of the common core educational standards in Missouri and changes the laws regarding school accreditation
HB 2132 - (6380L.01I)
Changes the time period after which a person may bring a civil action under the Human Rights Act if the Missouri Commission on Human Rights has not completed its administrative processing
HB 2186 - (6367L.01I)
Requires every health insurer and pharmacy benefit manager to use a single standardized prior authorization request form
HB 2203 - (6424H.01I)
Establishes the Professional Employer Organization Act
HB 2238 - (6436S.07T)
Changes the laws regarding hemp and allows the use of hemp extract to treat specified individuals with epilepsy
HB 2272 - (6529H.03C)
Allows certain nonprofits to be included as minority business enterprises and women's business enterprises for public contract bidding preferences
HJR 70 - (4150H.02I)
Proposes a constitutional amendment changing the term limits for statewide elected officials
HJR 73 - (5145H.01I)
Proposes a constitutional amendment authorizing the General Assembly to issue bonds to fund higher education improvements, State Capitol repairs, state park maintenance, and mental health facility improvements
Co-sponsored Bills
Past Legislation