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

BillSponsor Bill StringDate/Last Action
 Bill Information
HB1083McCaherty, John HB 10832/5/2014 Voted Do Pass (H)
  4214H.01I - Establishes a two-year statute of limitations for actions against a mental health professional for malpractice, negligence, error, or mistake
HB1130Roorda, Jeff HB 11302/25/2014 HCS Voted Do Pass (H)
  4829H.01I - Prohibits the denial of mental health care and treatment for children who are alleged victims of abuse or neglect and requires guardians ad litem to have training in child abuse and neglect
HB1243Black, Linda HB 12433/12/2014 Voted Do Pass (H)
  4761H.01I - Creates criminal penalties for acts of violence committed by a sexually violent predator while in a secure facility operated by the Department of Mental Health
HB1265Cornejo, Robert HB 12652/5/2014 Public Hearing Completed (H)
  5041L.01I - Prohibits a political subdivision from discriminating between licensed professional counselors and other mental health professionals when establishing regulations or recommending services
HB1399Ellington, Brandon HB 13991/28/2014 Referred: General Laws
  5121L.01I - Imposes a sales tax upon every retail sale of any handgun or ammunition, at the rate of one cent per transaction, for providing funds for mental health services
HB1589Wieland, Paul HB 15892/18/2014 HCS Voted Do Pass (H)
  5252L.01I - Specifies that certain felons must be eligible for Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) benefits
HB1598Torpey, Noel HB 15982/10/2014 Public Hearing Completed (H)
  5053H.03I - Specifies that if a sexual offense is committed against a person who is developmentally disabled, the criminality of conduct will be based on the victim's developmental age and not the actual age of the victim
HB1605Schieffer, Ed HCS HB 16054/10/2014 Second read and referred: Senate General Laws
  5257H.02P - Designates the month of May as "Mental Health Awareness Month" and the first full week of May as "Bipolar Disorder Awareness Week" in Missouri
HB1754Walton Gray, Rochelle HB 17542/26/2014 Public Hearing Scheduled, Bill not Heard (H)
  4656L.01I - Allows certain inmates who become physically or mentally disabled, infirm, incompetent, or incapacitated to be released on parole if they are eligible for specified federal medical or financial benefits
HB1779Riddle, Jeanie SCS HCS HB 17796/20/2014 Delivered to Secretary of State (G)
  5815S.04T - Changes the laws regarding mental health facility safety
HB1826Berry, T.J. HB 18264/7/2014 HCS Voted Do Pass (H)
  5239H.01I - Changes the membership of the Mental Health Commission
HB1903Newman, Stacey HB 19033/4/2014 Referred: General Laws
  5337L.01I - Expands the crime of unlawful possession of a firearm and authorizes the court to order relinquishment of firearms in certain circumstances
HB1919Guernsey, Casey HB 19194/30/2014 HCS Voted Do Pass (H)
  5615H.02I - Changes the laws regarding high school equivalency examinations
HB1972Allen, Sue HB 19723/12/2014 Public Hearing Completed (H)
  6180H.01I - Changes the requirements for providing comprehensive health care for public assistance recipients
HB2058Kirkton, Jeanne HB 20585/16/2014 Referred: Professional Registration and Licensing
  6103L.01I - Adds a board certified psychiatric-mental health clinical nurse specialist to the list of medical professionals from whom treatment costs may be compensated
HB2223Peters, Joshua HB 22235/16/2014 Referred: Elementary and Secondary Education
  6495L.01I - Requires the Department of Elementary and Secondary Education to establish a comprehensive school-based mental health program for students dealing with trauma and violence
HJR73Jones, Caleb HJR 732/5/2014 Referred: Budget
  5145H.01I - Proposes a constitutional amendment authorizing the General Assembly to issue bonds to fund higher education improvements, State Capitol repairs, state park maintenance, and mental health facility improvements
SB769Pearce, David SCS SB 7694/1/2014 SCS Reported Do Pass (S)
  5560S.02C - Requires health benefit plans cover diagnosis and treatment of eating disorders
SB828Schaaf, Rob SB 8282/5/2014 Introduced and First Read (S)
  5851S.01I - Modifies provisions relating to safety provisions in mental health facilities
SB853Wasson, Jay SB 8532/10/2014 Introduced and First Read (S)
  5889S.01I - Provides that a degree in a program accredited by the Psychological Clinical Science Accreditation System meets various psychologist licensure requirements
SB937Schaefer, Kurt SB 9372/26/2014 Introduced and First Read (S)
  6248S.01I - Provides for the county counselor of Boone County to receive state money for performing duties related to mental health and mental heath facilities
SCR42LeVota, Paul SCR 424/9/2014 Offered (S)
  6507S.01I - Urges commitment to people with cognitive disabilities to obtain technology and information access