99th General Assembly, 1st Regular Session
Representative Justin Hill
Justin Hill
District 108

Years Served:
Hometown:Lake St. Louis
Rep. Justin Hill, a Republican, represents part of St. Charles County (District 108) in the Missouri House of Representatives. He was elected to his first two-year term in November 2014.

In addition to his legislative duties, Rep. Hill currently is an Employee Benefits Consultant. He previously served with the O’Fallon Police Department for 13 years. During that time, Rep. Hill was assigned to the St. Charles County Regional Drug Task Force as an undercover detective and to the Drug Enforcement Administration as a Task Force Officer. Rep. Hill finished his law enforcement career as a patrol sergeant in 2014.

Rep. Hill attended De Smet Jesuit High School in Creve Coeur, MO. He holds an associate’s degree in criminal justice from St. Louis Community College and a bachelor’s degree in management from Bellevue University.

Rep. Hill, his wife Mandy, and their four children are members of the Immaculate Conception Church of Dardenne.

Sponsored Bills
HB 219 - (0849H.02P)
Modifies provisions relating to private probation services for misdemeanor offenders
HB 301 - (0833H.01I)
Modifies provisions relating to videoconferencing at parole hearings
HB 302 - (0056S.12F)
Establishes a Blue Alert System
HB 436 - (1139H.02C)
Amends laws relating to corporate security advisors
HB 458 - (1158H.01I)
Specifies that lawful owners of firearms may transport or store the firearms in locked, privately-owned motor vehicles
HB 607 - (1363H.02C)
Establishes the offense of intentionally targeting a law enforcement officer
HB 708 - (0843H.01I)
Changes the law relating to short term medical policies sold in the state of Missouri
HB 715 - (0910H.06C)
Establishes the Red Tape Reduction Act
HB 780 - (1700H.03P)
Establishes the State Innovation Waiver Task Force to develop alternatives to and possible exemptions or waivers from the federal requirements of the Affordable Care Act
HB 895 - (1833H.04C)
Modifies provisions of law relating to state inspections of alcohol by the supervisor of liquor control and requires the supervisor of alcohol and tobacco control to approve or deny applications for primary American source of supply for any intoxicating liquor within five days of application
HB 1023 - (1195H.01I)
Requires the Department of Health and Senior Services to establish a prescription writers monitoring program and places limits on prescriptions of controlled substances
Co-sponsored Bills
Past Legislation