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

BillSponsor Bill StringDate/Last Action
 Bill Information
HB1051Rhoads, Shawn HCS HB 10514/7/2014 Public Hearing Scheduled (S)
  4111H.02P - Adds specified chemical compounds to and removes a compound from the list of synthetic cannabinoids included in Schedule I of controlled substances
HB1068Mims, Bonnaye HB 10681/16/2014 Referred: Government Oversight and Accountability
  4535L.01I - Allows certain felons to be eligible for federal food stamp program benefits
HB1070Shumake, Lindell HB 10702/11/2014 Reported Do Not Pass (H)
  4216H.01I - Establishes family intervention orders for the treatment of persons who abuse chemical substances
HB1101Roorda, Jeff HB 11011/27/2014 Referred: Judiciary
  4644L.02I - Specifies that any person who unlawfully distributes or delivers any controlled substance to any person which causes that person's death will be guilty of involuntary manslaughter in the first degree
HB1133Engler, Kevin HB 11333/13/2014 Second read and referred: Senate Governmental Accountability and Fiscal Oversight
  4620L.01P - Establishes the Prescription Drug Monitoring Program Act
HB1152Pace, Sharon HB 11524/24/2014 Rules - Reported Do Pass (H)
  4061L.01I - Creates the offense of distribution of a controlled substance near a child care facility
HB1213Guernsey, Casey HB 12133/4/2014 Public Hearing Completed (H)
  4846H.01I - Changes the laws regarding public assistance benefits
HB1233Pace, Sharon HB 12334/14/2014 Rules - Reported Do Pass (H)
  4060L.02I - Creates the crimes of assault of an employee of a mass transit system while in the scope of his or her duties in the first, second and third degrees
HB1312Smith, Clem HB 13123/5/2014 Public Hearing Completed (H)
  4957L.01I - Requires members of the House of Representatives to be subject to drug testing within 60 days of the start of the legislative session
HB1322Ellinger, Rory HB 13221/16/2014 Referred: General Laws
  4034L.01I - Allows a person convicted of a drug-related felony to become eligible for Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program benefits upon meeting certain conditions
HB1324Ellinger, Rory HB 13241/28/2014 Referred: Health Care Policy
  4036L.01I - Establishes a pilot program for the medical use of marijuana
HB1325Ellinger, Rory HB 13251/28/2014 Referred: Judiciary
  4126L.01I - Changes the laws regarding the possession of less than 35 grams of marijuana and the possession of marijuana drug paraphernalia
HB1371Cox, Stanley SS SCS HCS HB 13717/9/2014 Delivered to Secretary of State (G)
  4510S.10T - Changes the laws regarding the Missouri Criminal Code
HB1409Rizzo, John HB 14091/28/2014 Referred: Judiciary
  5240L.01I - Establishes the Commission on Lethal Injection Administration and places a moratorium on the death penalty until certain procedures and protocols are adopted and implemented
HB1460Roorda, Jeff HB 14602/25/2014 HCS Voted Do Pass (H)
  4858H.01I - Requires a person who has reasonable cause to believe that the conduct of a pharmacist or health care professional is illegal and could cause serious injury to make a report to specified authorities
HB1461Roorda, Jeff HB 14612/17/2014 Public Hearing Completed (H)
  4851H.01I - Adds one active member of the Missouri Deputy Sheriff's Association to the Missouri Sheriff Methamphetamine Relief Taskforce (MoSMART)
HB1516Spencer, Bryan HB 15161/29/2014 Referred: Crime Prevention and Public Safety
  4176L.01I - Establishes the Missouri Good Samaritan Law
HB1528Newman, Stacey HB 15281/29/2014 Referred: Health Care Policy
  5015L.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
HB1529Newman, Stacey HB 15292/18/2014 Motion to Do Pass Failed (H)
  5019L.01I - Changes the laws regarding sex education in schools and establishes the Compassionate Assistance for Rape Emergencies Act, the Birth Control Protection Act, and a women's health services program
HB1562Kratky, Michele HB 15624/24/2014 Rules - Reported Do Pass (H)
  5373L.01I - Specifies that a person commits the crime of unlawful use of a weapon if he or she possesses a firearm while also knowingly in possession of a specified amount of a controlled substance
HB1568Frederick, Keith HB 15683/27/2014 Perfected by Consent - Pursuant to House Rules (H)
  5035L.02P - Establishes the requirements for certain authorized entities to stock a supply of epinephrine auto-injectors for emergency administration
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
HB1648Brattin, Rick HB 16483/12/2014 Public Hearing Completed (H)
  5279L.02I - Requires statewide elected officials, members of the General Assembly, and judges to be subject to random drug testing
HB1659Kelly, Chris HB 16593/10/2014 Public Hearing Completed (H)
  5345H.01I - Changes the laws regarding marijuana
HB1685Neely, Jim CCS#2 SS HCS HB 16857/14/2014 Delivered to Secretary of State (G)
  5556H.08T - Allows physicians to prescribe certain investigational drugs, biological products, or devices to certain eligible terminally ill patients
HB1787Cox, Stanley HB 17872/18/2014 Referred: Judiciary
  5846H.01I - Changes the laws regarding methamphetamine precursor drugs
HB1880Barnes, Jay HB 18802/24/2014 Public Hearing Completed (H)
  6064H.01I - Repeals the provision requiring an automatic administrative hearing after an applicant or recipient of Temporary Assistance for Needy Families benefits tests positive for a controlled substance
HB1896Hough, Lincoln HB 18963/6/2014 Public Hearing Scheduled, Bill not Heard (H)
  5805H.01I - Creates the crime of injuring a first responder
HB1901Torpey, Noel HB 19014/14/2014 Public Hearing Scheduled, Bill not Heard (H)
  5234H.02I - Changes the laws regarding health care coverage
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
HB1960Schupp, Jill HB 19605/16/2014 Referred: Health Care Policy
  5717L.01I - Establishes the requirements for certain authorized entities to stock a supply of epinephrine auto-injectors for emergency administration
HB2040Lynch, Steve HCS HB 20407/7/2014 Delivered to Secretary of State (G)
  6113H.04T - Allows a qualified first responder to administer naloxone to a person suffering from an apparent narcotic or opiate-related overdose
HB2054Colona, Mike HCS HB 20544/23/2014 Referred: Rules
  6165L.05C - Exempts industrial hemp from the list of controlled substances and specifies that it is legal for anyone who has not been convicted of a drug-related crime to cultivate hemp
HB2059Shumake, Lindell HB 20594/1/2014 Voted Do Pass (H)
  6109H.03I - Establishes family intervention orders for the treatment of an individual who abuses chemical substances
HB2115Norr, Charlie HB 21155/16/2014 Referred: Crime Prevention and Public Safety
  6223H.01I - Establishes the Controlled Substances Contaminated Property Cleanup Act
HB2147Morris, Lynn HB 21475/16/2014 Referred: Judiciary
  6351H.01I - Changes the laws regarding the sale and possession of controlled substances
HB2234Ellington, Brandon HB 22345/16/2014 Referred: Judiciary
  6076L.01I - Allows marijuana convictions to be expunged for certain persons contingent upon the passage of a constitutional amendment or other statutory enactment legalizing marijuana
HB2238Jones, Caleb SCS HCS HB 22387/14/2014 Delivered to Secretary of State (G)
  6436S.07T - Changes the laws regarding hemp and allows the use of hemp extract to treat specified individuals with epilepsy
HB2273Burlison, Eric HB 22734/29/2014 Voted Do Pass (H)
  6523H.03I - Authorizes a sales tax exemption for drugs used in the treatment of terminal illnesses
HJR86Ellington, Brandon HJR 865/16/2014 Referred: General Laws
  6023L.01I - Proposes a constitutional amendment legalizing marijuana use for persons 21 years or age or older
SB491Cox, Stanley HCS SS SCS SB 4914/28/2014 Delivered to Governor
  4153H.07T - Modifies provisions relating to criminal law
SB625Sater, David SB 62512/11/2013 Prefiled in the Senate (S)
  4770S.01I - Modifies provisions related to methamphetamine precursor drugs
SB641Emery, Ed SB 6414/3/2014 Reported Do Pass (S)
  4962S.01I - Modifies the definition of ultimate user under the controlled substances chapter to include a person's immediate family regardless of whether they live in the same household
SB665LeVota, Paul SB 6651/7/2014 Prefiled in the Senate (S)
  5132S.01I - Creates crimes related to counterfeit, fake, diluted, or black market drugs
SB807LeVota, Paul SB 8071/30/2014 Introduced and First Read (S)
  5613S.02I - Expands the list of criminal offenses eligible for expungement and specifies that courts close petitions and hearings for expungements of certain suspended sentences
SB831Wallingford, Wayne SB 8312/5/2014 Introduced and First Read (S)
  5823S.01I - Establishes the Missouri Good Samaritan Law for when emergency services are called for drug overdoses
SB921Schaaf, Rob SB 9212/25/2014 Introduced and First Read (S)
  6193S.01I - Establishes a Prescription Drug Monitoring Program
SB951Holsman, Jason SB 9512/26/2014 Introduced and First Read (S)
  4158S.01I - Allows medical marijuana for medical use and provides that it shall be taxed at 8 percent of the purchase price