96th General Assembly, 2nd Regular Session
House Substitutes on Senate Bills
BillSponsorCoSponsorBill String
 Bill Information
SB443Stouffer, BillHCS SS SCS SB 443
 4277H.05C - Modifies the law with respect to the regulation of motor vehicles
SB448Rupp, ScottHCS SS SCS SB 448
 4183L.06C - Modifies provisions relating to child care providers
SB455Pearce, DavidCCR CCR#2 HCS SB 455
 4233L.05C - Modifies the duties prescribed to the Coordinating Board for Higher Education
SB467Munzlinger, BrianHCS SS SCS SB 467
 4291L.06C - Requires agencies that receive federal grants to track and disclose the usage of the funds and the Governor to report withholdings
SB469Dixon, BobHCS SS SCS SB 469
 4433H.08T - Modifies provisions regarding administrative rules and licensure and inspection of hospitals
SB469Dixon, BobHCS SS SCS SB 469
 4433H.08C - Modifies provisions regarding administrative rules and licensure and inspection of hospitals
SB470Dixon, BobCCS HCS SS SCS SB 470
 4430L.08C - Modifies various provisions relating to transportation
SB480Stouffer, BillCCS HCS#2 SCS SB 480
 4472L.05C - Modifies law with respect to motor vehicles and outboard motor titles
SB480Stouffer, BillCCS HCS#2 SCS SB 480
 4472L.10C - Modifies law with respect to motor vehicles and outboard motor titles
SB484Rupp, ScottHCS SCS SBs 484, 477 & 606
 4252L.06C - Modifies the state do-not-call list and creates "paid for by" requirements for political phone calls
SB485Cunningham, JaneHCS SCS SB 485
 4504L.03T - Modifies the law governing liens on motor vehicles, trailers, vessels, outboard motors, and aircrafts
SB485Cunningham, JaneHCS SCS SB 485
 4504L.03C - Modifies the law governing liens on motor vehicles, trailers, vessels, outboard motors, and aircrafts
SB498Munzlinger, BrianCCS HCS SCS SB 498
 4076H.03C - Prohibits cities from restricting veterans organizations from operating re-sale shops in certain areas
SB510Cunningham, JaneHCS SCS SB 510
 4503L.04C - Requires county assessors to consider market factors in determining value of real property for tax purposes
SB557Brown, DanHCS SB 557
 4558L.02C - Allows owners of certain rebuilt salvage vehicles to obtain prior salvage motor vehicle titles without repairing or restoring such vehicles to their original appearance
SB562Dixon, BobHCS SCS SB 562
 4560L.03T - Modifies provisions relating to the transfer of property by certain state universities
SB562Dixon, BobHCS SCS SB 562
 4560L.03C - Modifies provisions relating to the transfer of property by certain state universities
SB563Dixon, BobHCS SCS SB 563
 4408L.04T - Modifies the term lengths of the board of governors of Missouri State University so that no more than three members' terms expire in any given year
SB563Dixon, BobHCS SCS SB 563
 4408L.04C - Modifies the term lengths of the board of governors of Missouri State University so that no more than three members' terms expire in any given year
SB568Parson, MikeCCS HCS SB 568
 4756L.05C - Expands Missouri's Move Over Law to include vehicles operated by Transportation Department employees
SB569Kraus, WillCCS HCS SCS SB 569
 4738L.05C - Modifies the dates available for public elections
SB578Parson, MikeCCR HCS SB 578
 4760L.04C - Conveys state property to the City of Sedalia
SB591Parson, MikeHCS SCS SB 591
 4702L.05C - Allows county assessors to use any nationally recognized motor vehicle valuation guide to value motor vehicles for personal property tax purposes
SB592Lager, BradHCS SS SCS SB 592
 4933L.07C - Modifies the law relating to the Missouri Human Rights Act and employment discrimination
SB594Kraus, WillHCS SB 594
 4112L.02C - Modifies the state do-not-call list by allowing cell phone numbers on the list
SB595Kraus, WillHCS SS SCS SB 595
 4939L.08T - Transfers the administration of special education due process hearings from the State Board of Education to the Administrative Hearing Commission
SB595Kraus, WillHCS SS SCS SB 595
 4939L.08C - Transfers the administration of special education due process hearings from the State Board of Education to the Administrative Hearing Commission
SB620Rupp, ScottHCS SB 620
 4661L.04C - Modifies various provisions related to health and life insurance
SB625Kehoe, MikeHCS SCS SB 625
 5110H.03T - Modifies the amount of retirement benefits transferred when employees transfer between certain retirement systems
SB625Kehoe, MikeHCS SCS SB 625
 5110H.03C - Modifies the amount of retirement benefits transferred when employees transfer between certain retirement systems
SB626Kehoe, MikeHCS SCS SB 626
 5135L.06C - Restricts the time to file a products liability claim and when a manufacturer or seller of a product may be liable
SB628Schaefer, KurtCCS HCS SB 628
 4557L.04C - Expands the number of detention facilities which qualify for the Inmate Security Fund
SB631Parson, MikeCCS HCS SCS SB 631
 5053H.04C - Exempts persons who purchase less than 50,000 bushels of grain a year from needing a grain dealer license
SB635Pearce, DavidCCS HCS SCS SB 635
 5139H.03C - Repeals redundant provisions that allow certain securities to be acceptable collateral for public deposits
SB636CCS HCS SB 636
 4054L.02C - Modifies provisions relating to the judiciary
SB648Dempsey, TomHCS SCS SB 648
 4676L.05C - Expands the list of qualified persons who may accompany temporary instruction permit holders who are under 16 to include licensed persons who are 25 years of age or older who have been licensed for a
SB655Green, TimHCS SCS SB 655
 4680L.03C - Creates the Higher Education Capital Fund to provide matching funds to public colleges and universities for capital projects under certain circumstances
SB667Wasson, JayHCS SB 667
 5327L.05C - Creates a peer review process for architects, landscape architects, land surveyors, and engineers
SB668Lembke, JimHCS SB 668
 5365L.02C - Requires the Collector in St. Louis County to mail resident taxpayers a statement of the property taxes the taxpayer owes by October 20th
SB671Parson, MikeHCS SCS SB 671
 5044L.08C - Modifies provisions relating to public offices that have statutory bond requirements
SB673Brown, DanHCS SCS SB 673
 5037L.07C - Allows temporary motorcycle instruction permit holders to renew such permits only 2 additional times and applies permit restrictions to all holders, regardless of age
SB682Dempsey, TomHCS SS SCS SB 682
 4808H.05T - Requires that certain pain management techniques be performed by licensed physicians
SB682Dempsey, TomHCS SS SCS SB 682
 4808H.05C - Requires that certain pain management techniques be performed by licensed physicians
SB690Engler, KevinHCS SB 690
 5393L.03C - Allows the Missouri State Highway Patrol to sell surplus watercraft and watercraft motors and trailers in the same manner as the highway patrol currently sells surplus vehicles
SB692Stouffer, BillHCS SCS SB 692
 5469L.04C - Establishes procedures for counties to decrease their annual budgets when unanticipated funding reductions occur
SB701Mayer, RobertHCS SB 701
 5487L.05C - Allows certain motor vehicles to drive on public highways with dyed fuel during states of emergencies
SB711Lamping, JohnHCS SCS SB 711
 5423L.04C - Modifies provisions relating to the prohibition of racial considerations in adoption preceedings
SB714Lager, BradHCS SCS SB 714
 5468L.06C - Allows recreational off-highway vehicles to be operated on highways under certain conditions
SB721Rupp, ScottHCS SB 721
 5478L.04C - Modifies provisions regarding the approval of redevelopment plans involving tax increment financing in St. Louis County, St. Charles County, and Jefferson County and cities, towns, and villages in those
SB722Lamping, JohnHCS SCS SB 722
 5353L.08C - Bars entities that invest in the energy sector in Iran from contracting with the state and political subdivisions
SB726Parson, MikeHCS SCS SB 726
 5514H.04C - Modifies provisions relating to mortgage loan brokers making loans on manufactured homes
SB729Schaefer, KurtSCS SB 729
 5641H.06C - Modifies provisions relating to county purchases
SB729Schaefer, KurtSCS SB 729
 5641L.09C - Modifies provisions relating to county purchases
SB739Keaveny, JosephHCS SB 739
 4209L.03C - Modifies provison relating to administrative child support orders
SB742Brown, DanHCS SS SB 742
 5590L.07C - Requires health carriers to credential a health care practitioner within 60 days of receiving a completed application
SB749Lamping, JohnCCS HCS SS SB 749
 5697L.09C - Provides protections for religious beliefs as to the imposition of certain health care services such as abortion, contraception, or sterilization
SB755Mayer, RobertSS SCS SB 755
 5566L.06C - Creates the crime of disrupting a house of worship and allows for civil penalties for that crime and the crime of institutional vandalism
SB758Wasson, JayHCS SCS SB 758
 5601L.04C - Changes the laws regarding hotline calls and investigations of child abuse and neglect to the Children's Division
SB760Dempsey, TomHCS SB 760
 5714H.04C - Allows hunting privileges to be denied for up to 10 years for any person who kills someone else while hunting
SB767Goodman, JackHCS SCS SBs 767, 653, 754, 705, 441, 528, 831,833 & 847
 5761L.08C - Designates several highways and bridges and creates or modifies several special license plates
SB769Kraus, WillCCS HCS SS SB 769
 5671H.07C - Requires safety marking on certain anemometer towers
SB781Goodman, JackHCS SS SB 781
 4499L.08C - Requires Taney County to appoint an emergency services board upon approval of an emergency services sales tax
SB813Richard, RonHCS SB 813
 5878H.02C - Allows political subdivisions and other public entities to invest certain funds in deposit accounts rather than certificates of deposits
SB854Mayer, RobertHCS SS SB 854
 5977L.04C - Modifies provisions relating to the Employment Disqualification List for home care employees
SB856Rupp, ScottHCS SCS SB 856
 6067L.03C - Establishes the "Senate Interim Committee on the Disposal of the Missouri Employers Mutual Insurance Company" to study whether MEMIC should be sold, privatized, or extinguished
SB911Ridgeway, LuannHCS SB 911
 6085L.05C - Prohibits employers from using the last four digits of an employee's Social Security number as their employee identification number
SJR37Crowell, JasonHCS SJR 37
 4678L.02C - Requires all meetings of apportionment commissions to be conducted in public and prohibits commission members from serving in General Assembly for 10 years after service on commission.
SJR48Dixon, BobHCS SS#2 SJR 48
 5476L.05C - Prohibits apportionment commission members from serving in the General Assembly for four years from the date the commission is discharged for failure to file a map with the Secretary of State

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