99th General Assembly, 2nd Regular Session - 2018
Cheri Toalson Reisch
Special Committee to Improve the Care and Well-being of Young People, Vice-Chairman
Elections and Elected Officials
Special Committee on Government Oversight
MO House of Representatives
201 West Capitol Avenue
Jefferson City MO 65101
Rep. Cheri Toalson Reisch, a Republican, represents parts of Boone County and Randolph County (District 44) in the Missouri House of Representatives. She was elected to her first two-year term in November 2016.
In addition to her legislative duties, Rep. Toalson Reisch is a Legal Assistant with Cline, Braddock, and Basinger Law Office in Columbia. Prior to working as a Legal Assistant, Rep. Toalson Reisch served as the Mayor of Hallsville and the City Clerk/Court Administrator of Hallsville.
A 6th generation Boone Countian, Rep. Toalson Reisch graduated from Hallsville High School, and went on to become a Certified Municipal Clerk and a Certified Court Administrator with the University of Missouri.
Rep. Toalson Reisch is a life-long resident of Hallsville, and descends from the founding family of the University of Missouri. She resides in Hallsville and has two sons and three granddaughters.
Repeals provisions relating to prevailing wages on public works
Specifies that parental liberty to direct the upbringing, education, and care of his or her children is a fundamental right
Requires the POST Commission to implement a system that gives members of the National Guard and active duty or reserve members of the Armed Forces credit for completing basic training when applying for peace officer licensure and establishes a training program for individuals receiving credit under the system
Authorizes a fire protection district to continue to provide services to areas annexed by certain municipalities
Modifies provisions relating to the sale of intoxicating liquor and lottery tickets by persons found guilty of certain offenses
Authorizes the City of Centralia to impose a sales tax whose revenue is dedicated to public safety
Repeals a provision prohibiting voters from allowing their ballots to be seen