96th General Assembly, 1st Regular Session
Bills Indexed by Subject
PHARMACY


BillSponsor Bill StringDate/Last Action
 Bill Information
HB55Sater, David HB 552/10/2011 HCS Voted Do Pass (H)
  0066L.01I - Authorizes a state and local sales and use tax exemption for over-the-counter or nonprescription drugs which are prescribed by a practitioner and certain medical equipment, supplies, or devices
HB348Newman, Stacey HB 3482/10/2011 Referred: Health Care Policy (H)
  0850L.01I - Requires a pharmacy to fill a valid and lawful prescription for any federal Food and Drug Administration-approved drug or device to prevent pregnancy, including emergency contraceptives, without delay
HB350Newman, Stacey HB 3502/15/2011 Referred: Elementary and Secondary Education (H)
  0898L.01I - Changes the laws regarding sex education in schools, establishes the Compassionate Assistance for Rape Emergencies Act and the Birth Control Protection Act, and requires a women's health care program
HB496Jones, Caleb HB 4963/30/2011 HCS Voted Do Pass (H)
  1252L.01I - Allows licensed veterinarians to administer or prescribe legend drugs for use in animals and changes the membership of an advisory committee of the Board of Pharmacy regarding drug distributors
HB632Frederick, Keith HB 6324/13/2011 HCS Voted Do Pass (H)
  1249L.03I - Establishes the Prescription Drug Monitoring Program Act to monitor the prescribing and dispensing of controlled substances
HB676Wells, Don HB 6763/15/2011 Public Hearing Completed (H)
  1660L.01I - Prohibits a health carrier from denying coverage for a refill of prescription eye drops under certain conditions
HB821Bernskoetter, Mike HB 8215/9/2011 Voted Do Pass (H)
  1948L.01I - Changes the laws regarding the electronic transmission of prescriptions and pharmacy benefit managers
SB29Jones, Caleb HCS SCS SB 295/10/2011 House Conference Committee Appointed (H)
  0331L.03C - Modifies the authority of the Board of Pharmacy with regard to certain drugs used in veterinary medicine
SB80Justus, Jolie SB 804/14/2011 SCS Reported Do Pass (S)
  0561S.01I - Extends the sunset provision of the MO RX prescription drug program to 2016
SB236Schaefer, Kurt SB 2363/15/2011 SCS Voted Do Pass (S)
  1364S.02I - Establishes provisions regarding pharmacy services
SB348Wright-Jones, Robin SB 3483/3/2011 Second Read and Referred: Health, Mental Health, Seniors, and Families (S)
  0970S.01I - Enacts the Prevention First Act
SB384Schaefer, Kurt SB 3844/18/2011 SCS Voted Do Pass (S)
  1808S.01I - Authorizes a civil cause of action against pharmacy benefit managers
SB408Crowell, Jason SCS SBs 408 & 804/19/2011 Placed on Informal Calendar
  1750S.02C - Extends the MO RX prescription drug plan until August 28, 2014