98th General Assembly, 2nd Regular Session
Bills Indexed by Subject
STATE EMPLOYEES

BillSponsor Bill StringDate/Last Action
 Bill Information
HB2103Pogue, Jeff HB 21035/13/2016 Referred: Civil and Criminal Proceedings
  5618H.01I - Establishes the ENFORCE the Laws Act authorizing the General Assembly to file a civil action for relief upon the passage of a resolution finding that the Governor has not taken care to faithfully execute law
HB2168English, Keith HB 21684/12/2016 Referred: Health Insurance
  5837H.01I - Allows state employees eligible for coverage under MCHCP to include as an eligible dependent his or her spouse who is a state employee eligible for coverage under certain other plans
HB2401Justus, Jeffery HB 24014/12/2016 Referred: Civil and Criminal Proceedings
  5962H.01I - Creates and modifies laws relating to circuit courts
HB2493Curtman, Paul HB 24934/12/2016 Referred: Government Oversight and Accountability
  6376H.01I - Enacts provisions relating to the use of public funds for lobbying activities
HB1484Walton Gray, Rochelle HB 14844/12/2016 Referred: Emerging Issues
  4298H.01I - Specifies that a state employee who works 10 hour days and 40 hours per week cannot be required to take two hours of vacation leave for paid holidays
HB1512Ellington, Brandon HB 15125/13/2016 Referred: Civil and Criminal Proceedings
  4189H.01I - Specifies that a person applying for state employment, public assistance, or state housing assistance cannot be required to disclose any prior nonviolent felony plea or conviction with certain exceptions
HB1515Ellington, Brandon HB 15154/12/2016 Referred: Ways and Means
  4132H.02I - Establishes the Missouri Supporting Families Income Tax Holiday Act which allows an exemption from state withholding taxes for state employees in a specified month determined by the Department of Revenue
HB1591Koenig, Andrew HB 15915/13/2016 Referred: Pensions
  4494H.01I - Establishes a hybrid retirement plan for state employees and officials
HB1687Chipman, Jason HB 16875/13/2016 Referred: Government Efficiency
  4681H.01I - Creates the budget planning incentive fund in which revenues disbursed to state agencies that are subject to a reversion to the general revenue fund may be diverted for bonuses to state agency employees
HB1688Chipman, Jason HB 16881/14/2016 Referred: Government Efficiency
  5147H.01I - Creates provisions relating to the use of state owned and operated electronic mail systems by certain state employees
HB1740Brattin, Rick HB 17401/13/2016 Referred: Workforce Standards and Development
  4712H.01I - Requires the State Board of Mediation to conduct an election to certify the exclusive bargaining representatives of an appropriate collective bargaining unit for certain public employees every two years
HB1766Dunn, Randy HB 17661/7/2016 Referred: Government Oversight and Accountability
  4141H.01I - Changes the laws regarding ethics
HB2228Barnes, Jay HB 22283/8/2016 Reported Do Pass with Amendments (H)
  5577H.01I - Specifies that state employees shall receive ten consecutive work days of paid leave upon the birth or adoption of a child
HB2577Dogan, Shamed HB 25774/26/2016 Referred: Select Committee on Education
  5779H.01I - Requires the Department of Higher Education to create guidance regarding notice of public employee eligibility for public service loan forgiveness and requires school districts to inform employees of such eligibility.
HB1999White, Bill HB 19994/6/2016 Voted Do Pass (H)
  5630H.01I - Requires the Commissioner of Administration to procure a blanket bond or crime insurance policy to protect the state against loss from the acts or omissions of any state-compensated person within the judiciary
HB2576Dogan, Shamed HB 25764/21/2016 Voted Do Pass (H)
  5780H.01I - Requires the department of higher education to create guidance regarding notice of public employee eligibility for loan forgiveness and requires public employers to give such notice to employees
HB1422Walker, Nate HB 14224/13/2016 Public Hearing Held (S)
  4564H.01P - Specifies that a state employee who works 10-hour days and 40 hours per week cannot be required to take two hours of vacation leave for paid holidays
HB1432Vescovo, Rob SS#2 SCS HCS HB 14329/14/2016 Senate Message (S)
  4270S.08T - Requires a hearing to be held within 60 days if a state employee is placed on administrative leave