100th General Assembly, 1st Regular Session
Bills Indexed by Subject
HOUSING


BillSponsor Bill StringDate/Last Action
 Bill Information
HB178Washington, Barbara HB 1785/17/2019 Referred: Ways and Means
  0427H.01I - Creates a new tax credit for first time purchasers of homes in a blighted area that will be used for owner occupancy.
HB208Razer, Greg HB 2085/8/2019 Public Hearing Completed (H)
  0337H.01I - Modifies provisions relating to complaints filed with the Missouri Commission on Human Rights regarding discrimination based upon a person's sexual orientation or gender identity.
HB243Neely, Jim SCS HCS HBs 243 & 5447/9/2019 Delivered to Secretary of State (G)
  1009S.03T - Allows victims of certain crimes to be released from certain lease agreements if documentation is provided to the landlord.
HB285Franks Jr., Bruce HB 2855/17/2019 Referred: Judiciary
  1032H.01I - Creates civil rights for homeless persons.
HB435Chipman, Jason HB 4352/18/2019 Public Hearing Completed (H)
  0946H.01I - Prohibits public institutions of higher education from requiring students to live on campus, except for first-year freshmen who may be required to live in campus housing for their first year.
HB537Morgan, Judy HB 5375/17/2019 Referred: Local Government
  0733H.01I - Modifies provisions relating to condominium property.
HB575Dohrman, Dean HB 5754/25/2019 SCS Voted Do Pass (S)
  0952H.01P - Allows institutions of higher education to designate one or more faculty or staff members as campus protection officers.
HB620Ellington, Brandon HB 6205/17/2019 Referred: Workforce Development
  0450H.02I - Changes certain laws regarding complaints filed with the Missouri Commission on Human Rights regarding discrimination based upon a person's sexual orientation or gender identity.
HB665Gregory, David HCS HB 6655/10/2019 Dropped from Calendar - Pursuant to House Rules (H)
  1611H.04C - Modifies provisions regarding the low-income housing tax credit.
HB683Proudie, Raychel HB 6831/31/2019 Referred: Children and Families
  1583H.01I - Allows victims of domestic violence to be released from certain lease agreements if documentation of domestic violence is provided to the landlord.
HB689Mitten, Gina HB 6895/17/2019 Referred: Local Government
  1457H.01I - Changes the laws regarding public nuisance.
HB790Gregory, David HB 7904/18/2019 Referred: Judiciary
  1708H.01I - Modifies provisions of unlawful merchandising practices by excluding certain contracts for residences from the law.
HB819Washington, Barbara HB 8195/17/2019 Referred: Ways and Means
  1644H.02I - Authorizes a tax credit for providers of services to homeless individuals.
HB823Francis, Rick HB 8235/8/2019 Reported Do Pass (H)
  0071H.01I - Exempts certain counties from state and local sales and use tax on certain building supplies.
HB911Mitten, Gina HB 9115/17/2019 Referred: Workforce Development
  0170H.01I - Modifies provisions relating to unlawful discriminatory practices.
HB969Proudie, Raychel HB 9695/17/2019 Referred: Children and Families
  2053H.01I - Changes the laws regarding public nuisance.
HB1175Price, Wiley HB 11755/17/2019 Referred: Children and Families
  2255H.01I - Prohibits employment discrimination on the basis of address status.
HB1177Hicks, Ron HCS HB 11774/30/2019 Referred: Rules - Legislative Oversight
  2380H.03C - Modifies residency requirement commissioned and civilian personnel of a municipal police force of a city not within a county.
HB1189Plocher, Dean HB 11894/18/2019 Referred: Rules - Legislative Oversight
  1811H.02I - Prohibits political subdivisions from requiring a home inspection before the sale of residential property.
SB28Gregory, David HCS SS SCS SB 285/16/2019 Senate Message (S)
  0200H.12C - Modifies the Low-Income Housing Tax Credit
SB60Neely, Jim HCS SCS SB 605/16/2019 Placed on the Informal Third Reading Calendar (H)
  0147H.06C - Modifies provisions relating to criminal offenses
SB152Patterson, Jonathan HCS SB 1525/16/2019 Placed on the Informal Third Reading Calendar (H)
  0083H.05C - Changes the law regarding political subdivisions, court fees, state and local expenditures for sports and entertainment venues, and a state-wide telecommunication tax