96th General Assembly, 2nd Regular Session
Bills Indexed by Subject
LICENSES - MISCELLANEOUS

BillSponsor Bill StringDate/Last Action
 Bill Information
SB615McKenna, Ryan SB 6151/5/2012 Introduced and First Read (S)
  4817S.01I - Modifies provisions relating to liquor
SB680Nieves, Brian SB 6801/18/2012 Introduced and First Read (S)
  5364S.01I - Repeals authority for political subdivisions to regulate open carrying of firearms and requires certain local ordinances incorporate statutory justifications
SB791Curls, Shalonn SB 7912/14/2012 Introduced and First Read (S)
  5437S.02I - Amends laws relating to small loans
SB820Nieves, Brian SB 8202/22/2012 Introduced and First Read (S)
  5857S.02I - Adds training requirements for 911 dispatch operators and provides certain civil immunity
SB872Justus, Jolie SB 8722/29/2012 Introduced and First Read (S)
  5258S.01I - Modifies provisions relating to criminal law
SB884Nieves, Brian SB 8843/1/2012 Introduced and First Read (S)
  6116S.01I - Modifies provisions related to firearms
SB894Curls, Shalonn SB 8943/1/2012 Introduced and First Read (S)
  6103S.01I - Modifies the type of information required from applicants for a motor vehicle registration and a concealed carry endorsement
SB900Munzlinger, Brian SB 9003/1/2012 Introduced and First Read (S)
  5926S.02I - Requires the Office of State Courts Administrator to take certain actions when a person fails to pay, or honor an agreement to repay, debt owed to a county jail
SB904Mayer, Robert SB 9043/1/2012 Introduced and First Read (S)
  6072S.01I - Allows under certain circumstances outpatient-only ambulatory surgical centers to operate under a hospital license
SJR45Nieves, Brian SJR 454/12/2012 Reported Do Pass (S)
  4759S.02I - Prohibits Missouri state government from recognizing, enforcing, or acting in furtherance of certain actions of the federal government
SB637Brown, Dan SB 6373/27/2012 Perfected (S)
  5051S.01I - Specifies that certain training requirements only apply to applications for new concealed carry endorsements
SB462Keaveny, Joseph SB 4621/5/2012 Second Read and Referred: Financial and Governmental Organizations and Elections (S)
  4123S.01I - Amends laws relating to unsecured loans of $500 or less
SB476Lamping, John SB 4761/5/2012 Second Read and Referred: Financial and Governmental Organizations and Elections (S)
  4434S.01I - Amends laws relating to unsecured loans of $500 or less
SB580Parson, Mike SB 5801/5/2012 Second Read and Referred: Ways and Means and Fiscal Oversight (S)
  4758S.01I - Modifies the licensing period for certain licenses issued by the Missouri Gaming Commission
HB1282Houghton, Jay HB 12822/23/2012 Referred: Tourism and Natural Resources
  4999L.01I - Requires the Department of Conservation to provide an applicant or licensee for a hunting, trapping, or fishing license or permit with a copy of its current violation code and point system list
HB1393Gosen, Don HB 13933/1/2012 Referred: Financial Institutions (H)
  4845L.02I - Changes the laws regarding unsecured loans of $500 or less, commonly known as payday loans
HB1530Gosen, Don HB 15305/18/2012 Referred: General Laws (H)
  4690L.01I - Changes the laws regarding the resale of certain scrap metals
HB1696Cookson, Steve HB 16964/18/2012 Referred: General Laws (H)
  5737L.01I - Requires the State Highway Patrol to waive any state fees associated with obtaining a concealed carry endorsement for an applicant who is a veteran
HB1726Shively, Tom HB 17263/8/2012 Referred: General Laws (H)
  5414L.01I - Specifies that any person who had, prior to August 28, 2011, successfully completed the concealed carry training requirements will be deemed to have met the current training requirements
HB1746Wells, Don HB 17464/12/2012 Referred: Agriculture Policy (H)
  5794L.01I - Requires any person who files a court challenging the issuance of a license for a commercial livestock or poultry slaughter or processing plant to post a surety bond
HB1787Rizzo, John HB 17874/26/2012 Referred: Crime Prevention and Public Safety (H)
  5416L.01I - Requires every merchant to develop and maintain a list of suppliers for each product it sells and provide it to any law or drug enforcement officer or agency upon request
HB2030Curtman, Paul HB 20304/4/2012 Referred: General Laws (H)
  6179L.01I - Specifies that any person who has a valid concealed carry endorsement may openly carry a firearm on or about his or her person
HB1145Gatschenberger, Chuck HB 11453/7/2012 Public Hearing Completed (H)
  4087L.01I - Establishes Nathan's Law and Sam Pratt's Law which change the laws regarding child care providers
HB1242Day, David HB 12424/17/2012 Public Hearing Scheduled, Bill not Heard (H)
  5043H.01I - Specifies that the motorcycle road skills test is not required for a member of the armed forces who has successfully completed a military motorcycle rider training course that meets specified standards
HB1350Schupp, Jill HB 13502/29/2012 Public Hearing Completed (H)
  4155L.01I - Establishes Nathan's Law which changes the laws regarding child care facilities
HB1747Wells, Don HB 17473/5/2012 Public Hearing Completed (H)
  5867H.01I - Changes the laws regarding weapons
HB1968Parkinson, Mark HB 19684/18/2012 Referred: General Laws (H)
  6223L.01I - Increases the size requirements for a sign posting private property as off-limits to concealed firearms
HB1224Brattin, Rick HB 12245/2/2012 HCS Voted Do Pass (H)
  4746L.01I - Requires all employers and business entities to enroll and actively participate in a federal work authorization program and imposes stricter penalties for employing unauthorized aliens
HB1423Marshall, Nick HB 14233/8/2012 Voted Do Pass (H)
  5004L.01I - Prohibits any person who holds a permit issued by the Water Patrol Division to host specified activities on any waters of the state from knowingly violating any term of the permit
HB1824Johnson, Delus HB 18244/25/2012 HCS Voted Do Pass (H)
  5791L.02I - Prohibits a person from operating a warehouse, commissary, or mobile food unit without first obtaining a license from the Department of Health and Senior Services
HB1904Wells, Don HB 19044/18/2012 HCS Voted Do Pass (H)
  6148L.01I - Allows any contractor who engages in the installation or service of fire sprinkler systems to register with the State Fire Marshal
HB1654Kirkton, Jeanne HB 16543/29/2012 HCS Reported Do Pass (H)
  4071L.01I - Exempts animal shelters from the licensure fees for animal care facilities
HB1568McManus, Kevin HCS HB 15683/20/2012 Rules - No Action Taken (H)
  5086L.03C - Changes the laws regarding the disclosure of certain foster care licensure information and the provisions regarding the Safe Place for Newborns Act
HB1971Schneider, Vicki HCS HB 19714/26/2012 Rules - Reported Do Pass (H)
  6239H.02C - Changes the laws regarding political subdivisions
HB1319Riddle, Jeanie HCS HB 1319, 1045 & 13694/30/2012 Public Hearing Held (S)
  4792L.04P - Changes the laws regarding weapons
SB760Ruzicka, Don HCS SB 7605/16/2012 Reported to the Senate with... (H)
  5714H.04C - Allows hunting privileges to be denied for up to 10 years for any person who kills someone else while hunting
SB835Bernskoetter, Mike SCS SB 8356/11/2012 Approved by Governor (G)
  5877S.02T - Modifies references to fireworks classifications
SB489Franz, Ward SS SCS SBs 489 & 6377/10/2012 Approved by Governor (G)
  4464S.05T - Modifies provisions relating to weapons
HB1123Frederick, Keith HCS HB 11235/17/2012 Placed on Informal Calendar
  4849L.02P - Changes the laws regarding the licensure and inspection of hospitals
HB1644Barnes, Jay HCS HB 16447/10/2012 Delivered to Secretary of State (G)
  5678L.02T - Changes the laws regarding excursion gambling boat licenses, occupational licenses to work in certain jobs on a gambling boat, and licenses of suppliers of gambling equipment
HB1498Hough, Lincoln SS SCS HCS HB 14987/10/2012 Delivered to Secretary of State (G)
  5490S.04T - Changes the laws regarding liquor sales
HB1323Black, Linda SCS HCS#2 HB 13237/10/2012 Delivered to Secretary of State (G)
  5196S.09T - Establishes the Low-Wage Trap Elimination Act and Sam Pratt's Law and changes the laws regarding child abuse and neglect investigations and unlicensed child care providers