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

BillSponsor Bill StringDate/Last Action
 Bill Information
HB1366Hubrecht, Tila SCS HCS HBs 1366 & 18784/20/2016 Executive Session Held (S)
  4897S.03C - Changes the laws regarding the substitution by a pharmacist of an interchangeable biological product for a prescribed product
HB1390King, S. Nick HB 13903/29/2016 Reported Do Pass (H)
  4206H.02I - Changes the laws regarding hemp extract
HB1404Kirkton, Jeanne HB 14041/12/2016 Referred: Civil and Criminal Proceedings
  4534H.01I - Establishes the "911 Good Samaritan Act" which gives a person immunity from criminal liability for a person who seeks medical assistance for a person experiencing a drug-related overdose
HB1441Mims, Bonnaye HB 14411/12/2016 Referred: Public Safety and Emergency Preparedness
  4873H.01I - Requires the Division of Drug and Crime Control, in conjunction with the Crime Laboratory Division, to create a pilot program that uses technologies and protocols to instantly identify new synthetic drugs
HB1524Ellington, Brandon HB 15245/13/2016 Referred: Civil and Criminal Proceedings
  4183H.01I - Allows marijuana convictions to be expunged for certain persons contingent upon the passage of a constitutional amendment or other statutory enactment legalizing marijuana
HJR57Ellington, Brandon HJR 575/13/2016 Referred: Emerging Issues
  4184H.01I - Proposes a constitutional amendment legalizing marijuana for persons 21 years of age or older
HB1569Lynch, Steve HB 15693/14/2016 Public Hearing Completed (H)
  4317H.01I - Provides certain immunities for persons who seek medical assistance for a drug or alcohol overdose
HB1570Lynch, Steve HB 15704/12/2016 Referred: Civil and Criminal Proceedings
  4361H.01I - Authorizes a $5 surcharge for drug-related offense cases to fund drug rehabilitative programs
HB1568Lynch, Steve HB 15686/21/2016 Delivered to Secretary of State (G)
  4495H.03T - Allows physicians to prescribe naloxone to any individual to administer, in good faith, to another individual suffering from an opioid-induced drug overdose
HB1584Hill, Justin CCS SCS HCS HB 15845/11/2016 House Message (H)
  4219H.04S - Modifies provisions relating to private probation services for misdemeanor offenders
HB1608Swan, Kathryn HCS HB 16084/21/2016 HCS Reported Do Pass (H)
  4838H.02C - Establishes the Controlled Substance Abuse Prevention Fund
HB1679Solon, Sheila HCS HB 16794/28/2016 Second read and referred: Senate Veterans' Affairs and Health
  4359H.02P - Changes the laws regarding the dispensing of contraceptives
HB1775Redmon, Craig HB 17751/28/2016 Referred: Health and Mental Health Policy
  5275H.01I - Allows certain assistant physicians, advanced practice registered nurses, and physician assistants to prescribe all Schedule II medications
HB1784Barnes, Jay HB 17843/16/2016 Action Postponed (H)
  4493H.01I - Establishes requirements for certain authorized entities to stock a supply of epinephrine auto-injectors for emergency administration
HB1878Solon, Sheila HB 18781/27/2016 HCS Reported Do Pass (H)
  5063H.02I - Changes the laws regarding the substitution by a pharmacist of an interchangeable biological product for a prescribed product
HB1892Rehder, Holly HB 18925/12/2016 Placed on Informal Calendar
  4506H.01P - Establishes the Narcotics Control Act
HB1903Taylor, Jered HB 19031/28/2016 Referred: Children and Families
  5373H.01I - Creates the crime of abuse of an unborn child for a person who illegally uses narcotic drugs while pregnant
HB1905Newman, Stacey HB 19055/13/2016 Referred: Children and Families
  4119H.01I - Establishes programs and services to increase preventative health care services in the state
HB1907Newman, Stacey HB 19075/13/2016 Referred: Health and Mental Health Policy
  4111H.01I - Requires a pharmacy to fill a valid and lawful prescription for any FDA-approved drug or device to prevent pregnancy including emergency contraceptives without delay
HB1908Newman, Stacey HB 19085/13/2016 Referred: Health and Mental Health Policy
  4114H.01I - Establishes the Compassionate Assistance for Rape Emergencies (CARE) Act
HB1919Gardner, Kimberly HB 19195/13/2016 Referred: Health and Mental Health Policy
  4285H.01I - Establishes the Death with Dignity Act to allow patients with terminal illnesses to end their life in a humane and dignified manner
HB1922Barnes, Jay HB 19225/13/2016 Referred: Health Insurance
  5451H.01I - Establishes a Prescription Abuse Registry
HB1929Swan, Kathryn HB 19295/13/2016 Referred: Agriculture Policy
  5360H.01I - Establishes provisions relating to certified euthanasia technicians
HB1944Spencer, Bryan HB 19441/12/2016 Referred: Public Safety and Emergency Preparedness
  5293H.01I - Establishes the Missouri Good Samaritan Law
HB1973Redmon, Craig HCS HB 19733/9/2016 HCS Reported Do Pass (H)
  5531H.02C - Allows those licensed by the Department of Agriculture to grow and handle industrial hemp
HB1974Kelley, Mike HB 19744/12/2016 Referred: Civil and Criminal Proceedings
  4276H.02I - Provides that in instances where THC is identified in a driver's blood in quantities of 5 ng/ml or higher, there is a permissible inference that the defendant was driving under the influence of THC
HB2029Hoskins, Denny SS HCS HB 20296/8/2016 Delivered to Secretary of State (G)
  5403S.05T - Changes the laws regarding step therapy for prescription drugs
HB2038Curtman, Paul HCS HB 20385/4/2016 Placed on Informal Calendar
  5338H.02P - Allows those licensed by the Department of Agriculture to grow, harvest, and cultivate industrial hemp
HB2045Morris, Lynn HCS HBs 2045 & 23164/21/2016 Second read and referred: Senate Financial and Governmental Organizations and Elections
  5528H.03P - Delineates procedures to be used by pharmacy benefits managers with regard to maximum allowable cost lists and requires health carriers to offer medication synchronization services
HB2093Chipman, Jason HB 20935/10/2016 Voted Do Pass (S)
  4666H.01P - Provides immunity for first responders for the reasonable use of restraints on a person suffering from an apparent overdose
HB2144Smith, Clem HB 21445/13/2016 Referred: Emerging Issues
  5777H.01I - Requires General Assembly members to be subject to drug testing within 60 calendar days of the start of the legislative session or of being sworn in after election in a special election
HB2160Rhoads, Shawn HB 21603/9/2016 Public Hearing Completed (H)
  5763H.01I - Imposes an excise tax on marijuana and other controlled substances
HB2213Hinson, Dave HCS HB 22134/21/2016 Third Read and Defeated (H)
  5602H.04P - Establishes the Missouri Compassionate Care Act regarding the licensure of medical cannabis centers and cultivation and prodiction facilities to provide medical cannabis to qualifying patients
HB2338LaFaver, Jeremy HB 23385/13/2016 Referred: Emerging Issues
  5975H.01I - Changes the laws regarding marijuana
HB2340Gosen, Don HB 23405/13/2016 Referred: Health Insurance
  5546H.01I - Establishes the Missouri Rx Card Program to provide prescription drug discounts to certain Medicare-eligible and uninsured Missouri residents
HB2406Jones, Caleb HB 24065/13/2016 Referred: Health and Mental Health Policy
  6066H.01I - Allows pharmacists to exercise professional judgment in dispensing varying quantities of medication per fill when filling prescriptions for maintenance medication
HB2562Neely, Jim HB 25623/15/2016 Referred: Select Committee on General Laws
  6096H.01I - Changes the laws regarding the Cancer Information Reporting System
HB2584Morris, Lynn HB 25845/13/2016 Referred: Health and Mental Health Policy
  6545H.01I - Establishes a voluntary replacement alternative program for children's vaccines which do not contain human DNA content
HB2625Neely, Jim HB 26255/13/2016 Referred: Emerging Issues
  6620H.01I - Allows for the use of medical marijuana to treat serious conditions
HB2734Pogue, Jeff HB 27345/13/2016 Referred: Agriculture Policy
  6671H.01I - Prohibits the state or any of its agencies from enforcing the new veterinary feed directive rules promulgated by the Food and Drug Administration
HB2737Pogue, Jeff HB 27375/13/2016 Referred: Professional Registration and Licensing
  6770H.01I - Prohibits pharmacies in the state from providing emergency contraceptives over the counter
HB2780Rehder, Holly HB 27805/13/2016 Referred: Health and Mental Health Policy
  6461H.01I - Exempts health care entities licensed by the Department of Health and Senior Services that distribute hypodermic needles or syringes from the crime of unlawful delivery of drug paraphernalia