97th General Assembly, 1st Regular Session
House Bills Sponsored or Cosponsored by Representative Joe Runions (037)
BillSponsorCoSponsor/Bill String
 Bill InformationCoSigner
HR218Runions, JoeHR 218
 0330C.01 - Prier Products
HR266Runions, JoeHR 266
 0474C.01 - Marlin, Gerry
HR1195Runions, JoeHR 1195
 1884C.01 - Cox, Jessi
HR1337Runions, JoeHR 1337
 1883C.01 - Sisson, Ian Tre
HR2279Runions, JoeHR 2279
 2975C.01 - Dvorak, Michael
HR3326Runions, JoeHR 3326
 4381C.01 - Kice, James
HR3660Runions, JoeHR 3660
 4825C.01 - Grandview High School Track and Field
HR3890Runions, JoeHR 3890
 5320C.01 - JobOne Recycling
HB139McManus, KevinRunions, JoeHB 139
 0162H.02I - Changes the laws regarding conflicts of interest and lobbying, ethics, and campaign finance
HB357Roorda, JeffRunions, JoeHB 357
 0257L.01I - Removes the exemption for police, deputy sheriffs, State Highway patrolmen, and teachers of all schools, colleges, and universities from the right to form and join labor organizations and to collectively bargain
HB398Riddle, JeanieRunions, JoeHCS HB 398
 1123H.03C - Allows an electrical corporation to file a petition with the Missouri Public Service Commission to recover specified infrastructure replacement costs
HB405Harris, BenRunions, JoeHB 405
 0941L.01I - Changes the laws regarding the management and maintenance of museum donations and collections
HB477Morgan, JudyRunions, JoeHB 477
 0447L.01I - Changes the laws regarding bullying in schools
HB523Schupp, JillRunions, JoeHB 523
 0380H.03I - Establishes new laws regarding smoking in public places
HB524Schupp, JillRunions, JoeHB 524
 0325L.01I - Prohibits all drivers, regardless of age, from text messaging while operating a moving vehicle unless the device being used is equipped with technology allowing for voice-recognition hands-free texting
HB529Mims, BonnayeRunions, JoeHB 529
 0910L.03I - Allows certain felons to be eligible for food stamp program benefits
HB540Walton Gray, RochelleRunions, JoeHB 540
 1381L.01I - Establishes a Council for Community Education within the Department of Elementary and Secondary Education
HB562Morgan, JudyRunions, JoeHB 562
 0650L.01I - Establishes smaller class sizes for the Kansas City School District than the established minimum and desirable standards of the Department of Elementary and Secondary Education
HB563Morgan, JudyRunions, JoeHB 563
 0651L.01I - Requires children in the City of St. Louis and Kansas City school districts to enroll in a school by the age of five
HB599Berry, T.J.Runions, JoeHB 599
 1615H.01I - Allows an applicant for a motor vehicle registration or renewal to make a $1 donation to the National World War I Museum at the Liberty Memorial in Kansas City
HB615Webber, StephenRunions, JoeHB 615
 0977L.01I - Changes the laws regarding complaints filed with the Missouri Commission on Human Rights regarding discrimination based upon a person's sexual orientation or gender identity
HB627Hummel, JacobRunions, JoeHB 627
 1613L.01I - Changes the eligibility requirements for medical assistance under the MO HealthNet program
HB629Kelly, ChrisRunions, JoeHB 629
 1587L.01I - Requires that one voting member of the University of Missouri Board of Curators be a student
HB726Pierson Sr., TommieRunions, JoeHB 726
 1457L.01I - Creates the Missouri Juneteenth Heritage and Jazz Festival and Memorial Fund and changes the distribution of funds from the professional athletes and entertainers tax
HB733Berry, T.J.Runions, JoeHB 733
 1777H.01P - Changes the laws regarding the Port Improvement District Act
HB760Walton Gray, RochelleRunions, JoeHB 760
 1591L.01I - Prohibits publishing of the names of lottery winners
HB764Mims, BonnayeRunions, JoeHB 764
 1879L.01I - Allows Kansas City to impose an additional court cost of up to a $7 per case for each municipal ordinance violation case
HB768English, KeithRunions, JoeHB 768
 1790H.01I - Requires election authorities to make available at least one electronic voting machine for blind or visually impaired voters at state and local elections in order to comply with federal law
HB793Rizzo, JohnRunions, JoeHB 793
 1992L.02I - Allows 50 cents to be added to every zoning and tax incrementing financing application submitted for land banking in Kansas City
HB805Walton Gray, RochelleRunions, JoeHB 805
 1989L.01I - Prohibits the state lottery from publishing the names of lottery winners without consent
HB856Morgan, JudyRunions, JoeHB 856
 1626L.01I - Requires each hospital to adopt a patient protection and health care worker back and musculoskeletal injury prevention plan as part of injury and illness prevention programs
HB873Dunn, RandyRunions, JoeHB 873
 2082L.01I - Establishes the Missouri Tuition Equity Act, which requires a Missouri higher education institution that receives state funding to recognize a student as a Missouri resident for tuition purposes under specified circumstances
HB902Dunn, RandyRunions, JoeHB 902
 2086L.01I - Authorizes the establishment of urban agricultural zones
HB905Butler, MichaelRunions, JoeHB 905
 0979H.01I - Authorizes a tax on tickets to sporting events to fund youth sports programs
HB907Butler, MichaelRunions, JoeHB 907
 1797H.01I - Authorizes a tax credit for a contribution to a public school foundation
HB908Pace, SharonRunions, JoeHB 908
 2120L.01I - Changes the eligibility requirements for medical assistance under the MO HealthNet program
HB918Roorda, JeffRunions, JoeHB 918
 2179L.01I - Waives business fees for a person who is a member of the Missouri National Guard or any other military branch, resides in Missouri, and shows proof to the Secretary of State of service
HB919Mayfield, JohnRunions, JoeHB 919
 2175H.01I - Specifies that the open records and meetings law and its exceptions apply to individual members of the General Assembly
HB920Dunn, RandyRunions, JoeHB 920
 2178L.01I - Establishes the Missouri Early Childhood Education Act which allows children four and five years of age to attend early childhood programs under certain circumstances
HB935Mayfield, JohnRunions, JoeHB 935
 2114H.01I - Changes the laws regarding consumer credit interest rates
HB947Dunn, RandyRunions, JoeHB 947
 2123L.01I - Changes the eligibility requirements for medical assistance under the MO HealthNet program
HB948Burns, BobRunions, JoeHB 948
 2118L.01I - Changes the eligibility requirements for medical assistance under the MO HealthNet program
HB952Mayfield, JohnRunions, JoeHB 952
 2147L.01I - Changes the eligibility requirements for medical assistance under the MO HealthNet program
HB956Otto, BillRunions, JoeHB 956
 2126L.01I - Changes the eligibility requirements for medical assistance under the MO HealthNet program
HB958Mims, BonnayeRunions, JoeHB 958
 2124L.01I - Changes the eligibility requirements for medical assistance under the MO HealthNet program
HB959Morgan, JudyRunions, JoeHB 959
 2142L.01I - Changes the eligibility requirements for medical assistance under the MO HealthNet program
HCR27Schupp, JillRunions, JoeHCR 27
 1758H.01I - Recognizes the U.S. Senators who voted to renew the Violence Against Women Act and urges the Missouri Congressional delegation to support its renewal
HCR30Dunn, RandyRunions, JoeHCR 30
 1972L.01I - Recognizes April 15, 2013 as "Jackie Robinson Day" in Missouri in honor of the first African American to play major league baseball
HCR36Morgan, JudyRunions, JoeHCR 36
 2011L.01I - Establishes Missouri's ratification of the Equal Rights Amendment to the United States Constitution
HJR14Jones, TimothyRunions, JoeHCS#2 HJR 14
 0153H.12P - Proposes a constitutional amendment authorizing the General Assembly to issue bonds to fund higher education improvements, construction, landscaping, land or building purchases, and transportation infrastructure
HJR18Schupp, JillRunions, JoeHJR 18
 0679L.01I - Proposes a constitutional amendment prohibiting a person from serving more than 16 years in the General Assembly in any proportion split between the House of Representatives and the Senate
HJR34Butler, MichaelRunions, JoeHJR 34
 0483H.01I - Proposes a constitutional amendment allowing anyone elected to the General Assembly after November 1, 2014, to serve up to 12 years in any one house and up to 24 years total in both houses
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