95th General Assembly, 2nd Regular Session
Representative Jeff Roorda
Representative
Jeff Roorda
District 102
Democrat
Minority Whip

Elected:2004 
Years Served:
Hometown:Barnhart
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Sponsored Bills
HB 1278 - (3630L.01I)
Allows for the appointment of an acting county municipal court judge on a temporary basis if any judge of a county municipal court becomes ill or is otherwise unavailable
HB 1279 - (3624L.01I)
Requires the juvenile court to publish the time, date, and location of certain juvenile court proceedings in a court docket and to post it in a conspicuous and readily available location in the courthouse
HB 1280 - (3619L.01I)
Creates the crime of altering or falsifying drug or alcohol test results or selling or transporting a biological sample or adulterant to falsify test results
HB 1281 - (3618L.01I)
Authorizes counties to assess a fee on all civil case filings by the circuit court to provide funding to qualified nonprofit organizations to implement a neutral site child custody exchange program
HB 1282 - (3616L.01I)
Requires all basic life support ambulances and stretcher vans to be equipped with an automated external defibrillator and be staffed by at least one individual trained in its use
HB 1283 - (3615L.01I)
Requires the removal of all emergency lights, sirens, and decals designating a vehicle as an emergency vehicle prior to selling or consigning the vehicle unless it is sold to another safety agency
HB 1284 - (3614L.01I)
Expands the crime of property damage in the first degree to include knowingly damaging another person's motor vehicle while making entry to steal the vehicle or something within the vehicle
HB 1285 - (3620L.01I)
Requires all counties and fire protection districts to adopt and enforce the 2003 ICC International Fire Code
HB 1286 - (3621L.01I)
Allows licensed ambulance services, licensed emergency medical response agencies, and not-for-profit organizations which provide or contract for ambulance services to establish peer review committees
HB 1287 - (3612L.01I)
Imposes an excise tax on controlled substances and illicit alcoholic beverages
HB 1331 - (3627L.01I)
Changes the controlled substance classification of all methamphetamine precursor drugs from Schedule IV and Schedule V to Schedule III, requiring a physician's prescription
HB 1332 - (3613L.01I)
Creates the crime of motorcycle stunt driving
HB 1368 - (3626L.01I)
Prohibits a school district from scheduling a day or a half day off of school within five weekdays of Veterans Day unless the district also schedules Veterans Day as a day off
HB 1369 - (3611L.01I)
Expands the list of Schedule II controlled substances to include several nitrites
HB 1370 - (3617L.01I)
Requires the Department of Health and Senior Services to establish cord blood collection sites across the state for transportation to the Saint Louis Cord Blood Bank
HB 1371 - (3622L.01I)
Allows an employee of a fire protection or ambulance district to serve as a board member of a fire protection or ambulance district if the district is not in the same county where he or she is employed
HB 1395 - (3524L.01I)
Revises the laws regarding firearms to make them consistent with federal law by specifying that a convicted felon will be guilty of unlawful possession of a firearm only if the firearm is concealable
HB 1396 - (3628L.01I)
Establishes a procedure for residents of third class cities to petition the county council for the adoption or repeal of a city ordinance
HB 1397 - (3632L.01I)
Changes the laws regarding the county special allocation fund
HB 1398 - (3522L.01I)
Prohibits denial of mental health care and treatment for children who are alleged victims of abuse and neglect and requires guardians ad litem to have training in child abuse and neglect or in mental health
HB 1539 - (4257L.01I)
Expands the list of Schedule II controlled substances to include several nitrites
HB 1560 - (3625L.01I)
Authorizes Missouri to enter into the Interstate Compact on the Agreement Among the States to Elect the President by National Popular Vote Act
HB 1561 - (3525L.01I)
Authorizes, upon voter approval, an excise tax on certain caffeinated beverages to fund the State Children's Health Insurance Program
HB 1640 - (4294L.01P)
Allows for the appointment of an acting county municipal court judge on a temporary basis if any judge of a county municipal court becomes ill or is otherwise unavailable
HB 1663 - (4070L.01I)
Authorizes certain fire protection districts that impose a sales tax for emergency dispatching services to use, upon voter approval, the property tax revenue for county general revenue purposes
HB 1679 - (3629L.01I)
Changes the laws regarding certain city sales taxes and authorizes certain cities to impose, upon voter approval, a sales tax of up to one-half of 1% for the operation of public safety departments
HB 1680 - (3623L.01I)
Prohibits third class cities from imposing storm water usage fees on property owned by any church, public school, nonprofit organization, or political subdivision
HB 1681 - (3519L.01I)
Allows ambulance districts to impose, upon voter approval, a sales tax in lieu of a property tax to fund the district
HB 1712 - (3631L.01I)
Allows employees of any public body to form and join labor organizations to collectively bargain regarding salaries and other conditions of employment
HB 1780 - (4445L.01I)
Changes the laws regarding the Open Meetings and Records Law, commonly known as the Sunshine Law, on records or documents involving law enforcement officers
HB 1828 - (4174L.01I)
Changes the laws regarding driving while intoxicated
HB 1849 - (4675L.01I)
Adds one active member of the Missouri Deputy Sheriff's Association to the Missouri Sheriff Methamphetamine Relief Taskforce (MoSMART)
HB 1866 - (4674L.01I)
Authorizes the City of Arnold to use a portion of the revenues received from its transient guest tax for promoting tourism to make improvements to the city's school district's football field
HB 1870 - (4087L.02I)
Establishes the Commission on the Death Penalty, places a moratorium on all executions until January 1, 2013, and creates the Cold Case Investigation Revolving Fund
HB 2050 - (4897L.01I)
Changes the laws regarding the designation of controlled substances
HB 2128 - (4086L.01I)
Revises the laws regarding the crime of unlawful use of weapons as it applies to the possession of a firearm or projectile weapon in the residence of a person who is intoxicated
HB 2336 - (3029L.01I)
Requires certain employees of the state or any political subdivision to be given leave with pay to attend conventions of the Fraternal Order of Police or the International Association of Firefighters
HB 2339 - (5379L.01I)
Requires a political subdivision to provide employees with the opportunity to contribute to a continuing committee through voluntary payroll deductions under certain conditions
HB 2366 - (5418L.01I)
Requires the prosecuting or circuit attorney to file a motion for the court-ordered sexually transmitted disease testing of a defendant charged with certain sexual offenses
HB 2417 - (5456L.01I)
Transfers all powers, duties, and functions of the State Water Patrol within the Department of Public Safety to the newly established Division of Water Patrol within the State Highway Patrol
HCR 30 - (3521L.01I)
Establishes the Joint Interim Committee on Use of Less-Lethal Options by Law Enforcement to study and make recommendations regarding the use and relative dangers of less than lethal force by law enforcement
HCR 31 - (3633L.01I)
Urges Congress to end or strictly limit the application of the Department of Defense Stop Loss Program which involuntarily extends the active duty service obligation of military personnel
HCR 83 - (5521L.01I)
Strongly urges Congress to close the loophole in the "Prevent Deceptive Census Look Alike Mailings Act" and strengthen the penalties for violators
HJR 69 - (3520L.01I)
Proposes a constitutional amendment limiting the total service in the General Assembly to 16 years in any proportion between the House of Representatives and the Senate
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