97th General Assembly, 2nd Regular Session
Bills Indexed by Subject
TOBACCO PRODUCTS

BillSponsor Bill StringDate/Last Action
 Bill Information
HB1058Higdon, Galen HCS HB 10584/17/2014 Public Hearing Held (S)
  4086H.03P - Creates the Alcohol and Tobacco Control Trust Fund consisting of specified fees collected by the Director of Revenue to be used for the administration and regulation of the liquor control and tobacco laws
HB1067Conway, Kathie HB 10671/30/2014 HCS Voted Do Pass (H)
  4109H.01I - Requires specified businesses to remit their property and county and municipal sales tax revenues on tobacco products to local school districts instead of the local political subdivision
SB572Chappelle-Nadal, Maria SB 5721/8/2014 Read First Time (S)
  4334S.01I - Enacts a state-wide smoking ban
HB1154Scharnhorst, Dwight HB 11541/9/2014 Referred: General Laws
  4825L.01I - Allows the Department of Revenue to disclose to the public information regarding the number of cigarettes sold annually by tobacco product manufacturers
HB1221Kelly, Chris HB 12211/8/2014 Withdrawn (H)
  4907H.01I - Changes the formula for determining how much money certain tobacco product manufacturers who are not participating in the Tobacco Master Settlement Agreement receive back from escrow funds
HB1242Stream, Rick HB 12423/12/2014 Public Hearing Completed (H)
  5176H.01I - Changes the formula for determining how much money certain tobacco product manufacturers who are not participating in the Tobacco Master Settlement Agreement receive back from escrow funds
SB697Schaefer, Kurt SB 6971/9/2014 Introduced and First Read (S)
  4902S.01I - Allows the Department of Revenue to disclose the annual number of cigarettes sales by the tobacco manufacturer
HB1315Ellinger, Rory HB 13151/16/2014 Referred: General Laws
  4055L.01I - Increases the excise tax on cigarettes of 17 cents per pack of 20 cigarettes by 4 cents per pack per year for four years until the tax reaches 33 cents per pack, if approved by a vote of the people
HB1328Carpenter, Jon HB 13282/18/2014 Public Hearing Completed (H)
  4400L.01I - Decreases individual income tax rates on income of $300,000 or less, imposes an 8% tax rate on income above $300,000, creates a low-income tax deduction, and decreases the individual income tax deduction
HB1345Conway, Kathie HB 13453/4/2014 Hearing Cancelled (H)
  5355H.01I - Changes the laws regarding tobacco merchandising practices by including tobacco-derived products and vapor products
HB1417Nichols, Mary HB 14171/22/2014 Referred: Judiciary
  5077L.01I - Doubles the fine for littering with cigarettes or cigars
HB1519Gardner, Kimberly HB 15191/29/2014 Referred: Ways and Means
  5195L.01I - Increases the tax on cigarettes by one and one-half cents per pack to provide funding for early childhood education
HB1601Higdon, Galen HB 16012/5/2014 Referred: General Laws
  5051H.01I - Prohibits any state agency from enforcing any federal law penalizing the possession, distribution, sale, trade, traffic, or profit of cigars, cigarettes, or rolling papers
HB1625Curtis, Courtney Allen HB 16252/5/2014 Referred: Local Government
  4490L.01I - Establishes the Missouri Indoor Clean Air Act and changes the laws regarding smoking in public places
HB1690Rowden, Caleb HCS HB 16904/23/2014 Second read and referred: Senate General Laws
  5662H.06P - Adds alternative nicotine or vapor products to those products restricted to those 18 years of age and older and to the provisions regarding tobacco merchandising practices
SB820Schaefer, Kurt SB 8204/30/2014 Reported Do Pass (S)
  5635S.01I - Modifies the formula for determining how much money certain tobacco product manufacturers who are not participating in the Tobacco Master Settlement Agreement receive back from escrow funds
HB1716Schupp, Jill HB 17162/12/2014 Referred: Special Standing Committee on Emerging Issues in Health Care
  4308L.01I - Establishes the Missouri Indoor Clean Air Act and changes the laws regarding smoking in specified facilities and public places
SB841Rowden, Caleb SS SCS SB 8419/11/2014 Passed over Veto (G)
  5875S.05T - Modifies provisions relating to alternative nicotine or vapor products
HB1861Brown, Wanda SCS HCS HBs 1861 & 18645/14/2014 Placed on Informal Calendar
  6045S.04C - Specifies that public assistance benefit recipients who make electronic benefit transfer transactions exclusively outside the state for a period of 90 days must have their benefits suspended and requires the Department of Social Services to establish a pilot program to allow SNAP participants to purchase fresh produce at farmers markets
HCR47Gardner, Kimberly HCR 475/16/2014 Referred: General Laws
  6397L.01I - Recognizes May 31, 2014, as "Missouri No Smoking/Tobacco Day" in order to increase awareness on the dangers of tobacco use