99th General Assembly, 2nd Regular Session - 2018
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Joint Committee on Transportation Oversight
Special Committee on Tourism
Subcommittee on Ports
Subcommittee on Mass Transit Security
Subcommittee on Creation and Appointments
MO House of Representatives
201 West Capitol Avenue
Jefferson City MO 65101
Rep. Nate Tate, a Republican, represents parts of Franklin and Washington counties (District 119) in the Missouri House of Representatives. He was elected to his first two-year term in November 2016.
In addition to his legislative duties, Rep. Tate works as a sales manager at Main Line Hauling in St. Clair, and has previously worked as an IT security analyst.
Rep. Tate currently serves as a deacon at his church. He served 4 years as a board member of the St. Clair Area Chamber of Commerce, where he served as president for 2 years. He was also an Alderman in St. Clair for 6 ½ years.
Rep. Tate graduated from St. Clair High School in 1997. He earned his master’s degree in business administration from Fontbonne University in 2009.
Born in Washington, Missouri, Rep. Tate has a family lineage that includes both historic figures Abraham Lincoln and Meriwether Lewis. He currently resides in St. Clair, with his wife. They have three children.
Changes the laws regarding the Bi-state Metropolitan Development District compact by adding Franklin County
Creates the crime of falsifying a drug test
Authorizes a parent or guardian of a minor to request a security freeze on the minor's credit report
Prohibits the use of hand-held electronic wireless communications devices while driving non-commercial and commercial motor vehicles; but allows the use of such devices when used hands-free by operators of non-commercial motor vehicles who are fully licensed and eighteen years of age or older.
Designates the first Tuesday in May as "Law Enforcement Appreciation Day."
Designates the second Wednesday in May as Celiac Awareness Day in Missouri.
Modifies provisions regarding motor vehicle insurance.
Prohibits children from being placed in the custody of individuals who have been found guilty of the offense of sexual trafficking of a child in the first degree
Modifies provisions of the Missouri Public-Private Partnerships Transportation Act with respect to concession agreements