97th General Assembly, 2nd Regular Session
Representative Mark Parkinson
Representative
Mark Parkinson
District 105
Republican

Elected:2008 
Years Served:
Hometown:St. Charles
Counties:
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Sponsored Bills
HB 1418 - (4169H.02I)
Dissolves the board of education of any school district that has lost its accreditation and specifies that new board members shall be elected within 45 days of the loss of accreditation
HB 1419 - (5175H.02I)
Requires the Department of Elementary and Secondary Education to withhold state funds from an unaccredited school district in order to pay student tuition directly to receiving schools
HB 1420 - (4799H.02I)
Establishes a procedure for selecting the school districts to which an unaccredited district will provide transportation of students who choose to transfer out of the district
HB 1421 - (4803H.01I)
Allows a cottage food production operation to sell baked goods out of an individual's home without being subject to the state health and food laws and regulations
HB 1422 - (4775H.01I)
Eliminates the corporate income tax imposed on Missouri businesses beginning in 2015
HB 1423 - (4920H.01I)
Prohibits specified law enforcement agencies or employees of the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration from collecting breath, blood, or saliva from motorists at safety check points for use in studies
HB 1424 - (4800H.01I)
Requires a motor vehicle licensed in Missouri to have only have one license plate instead of two
HB 1632 - (5673H.01I)
Changes the laws regarding vacancies in certain public offices
HB 2168 - (6373H.01I)
Changes the laws regarding the crimes of invasion of privacy in the first and second degree
HB 2169 - (6385H.01I)
Changes the laws regarding state procurement
HB 2277 - (6522H.01I)
Allows a cottage food production operation to sell baked goods out of an individual's home without being subject to the state health and food laws and regulations
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Past Legislation