Missouri House of Representatives
93rd General Assembly, 2nd Regular Session
Daily Activity Register
For Activities Recorded on February 7, 2006

HB1026 --- Sponsor: Rucker, Martin T. (029) --- CoSponsor: Wildberger, Edward (027)
Prohibits protest activities before or after funeral services
SS SCS HCS HB 1026 -- (LR# 3558S- 06T)
Committee: Crime Prevention and Public Safety (H)
Executive Session completed (H)
HCS voted do pass (H)
HB1034 --- Sponsor: Young, Terry (049) --- CoSponsor: Dougherty, Curt (053)
Designates the soybean as the official state crop
HB 1034 -- (LR# 3517L- 01I)
Committee: Agriculture Policy (H)
Public hearing completed (H)
HB1082 --- Sponsor: Dempsey, Tom (018) --- CoSponsor: Faith, Sally A. (015)
Changes the laws regarding health care liens
HCS HB 1082 -- (LR# 3829L- 03P)
Committee: Judiciary (H)
Public hearing completed (H)
HB1185 --- Sponsor: Wildberger, Edward (027) --- CoSponsor: Walsh, Regina (069)
Requires that marshals appointed for the appellate courts be compensated at the same amount as the highest salary set for marshals of circuit courts
HB 1185 -- (LR# 3845L- 01I)
Committee: Judiciary (H)
Public hearing completed (H)
HB1197 --- Sponsor: Cunningham, Jane (086)
Removes the requirement that a person must have received at least a 10-day jail sentence on a prior offense before a third or subsequent misdemeanor stealing offense can be enhanced to a felony
HB 1197 -- (LR# 3513L- 02I)
Committee: Crime Prevention and Public Safety (H)
Public hearing completed (H)
HB1199 --- Sponsor: Tilley, Steven (106)
Increases the penalty for the crime of making a false report from a class B misdemeanor to a class D felony
HB 1199 -- (LR# 3393L- 01I)
Committee: Crime Prevention and Public Safety (H)
Public hearing completed (H)
HB1202 --- Sponsor: Roorda, Jeff (102) --- CoSponsor: Wright, Billy Pat (159)
Creates the crime of failure to lower tinted windows upon the approach of a law enforcement officer
HB 1202 -- (LR# 3791L- 01I)
Committee: Crime Prevention and Public Safety (H)
Public hearing completed (H)
HB1291 --- Sponsor: Kingery, Gayle (154) --- CoSponsor: Wilson, Larry (119)
Requires health care providers to notify patients prior to referring them to an out-of-network provider and if none is available, the services will cost no more than those provided within the network
HB 1291 -- (LR# 4002L- 01I)
Committee: Insurance Policy (H)
Public hearing completed (H)
HB1333 --- Sponsor: Black, Lanie (161) --- CoSponsor: Myers, Peter (160)
Authorizes drainage district boards to impose an annual processing fee for assessed tracts
HCS HB 1333 -- (LR# 3523L- 02C)
Committee: Agriculture Policy (H)
Public hearing scheduled, Bill not heard (H)
HB1395 --- Sponsor: Salva, Ray (051) --- CoSponsor: Yates, Brian David (056)
Makes it a crime for an uninsured motorist involved in an accident to fail to pay restitution for the other person's insurance deductibles and requires license suspension until payment is made
HB 1395 -- (LR# 4335L- 01I)
Committee: Insurance Policy (H)
Public hearing completed (H)
HB1397 --- Sponsor: Pratt, Bryan (055) --- CoSponsor: Pearce, David (121)
Establishes the Consumer Protection Against Computer Spyware Act
HCS HB 1397 -- (LR# 3842L- 03P)
Committee: Judiciary (H)
Public hearing completed (H)
HB1445 --- Sponsor: Whorton, James (003) --- CoSponsor: Myers, Peter (160)
Requires all diesel fuel sold after January 1, 2008, to contain at least 2% biodiesel fuel oil by volume
HB 1445 -- (LR# 3562L- 03I)
Committee: Agriculture Policy (H)
Public hearing completed (H)
HB1564 --- Sponsor: Day, David (148)
Adds certain cities in St. Charles County to the political subdivisions authorized to impose, upon voter approval, a transient guest tax of up to 5% for funding a convention and visitors bureau
HB 1564 -- (LR# 3576L- 01I)
Withdrawn (H)
HB1608 --- Sponsor: Wilson, Kevin (130) --- CoSponsor: Yates, Brian David (056)
Modifies various fees imposed by the Department of Insurance
HB 1608 -- (LR# 4690L- 02I)
Committee: Insurance Policy (H)
Public hearing completed (H)
HB1672 --- Sponsor: Dixon, Bob (140)
Establishes a panel to create a program to award grants to Internet cyber crime law enforcement task forces
HB 1672 -- (LR# 5026L- 01I)
Read second time (H)
HB1673 --- Sponsor: Hoskins, Theodore (080)
Requires that only one license plate be issued for all motor vehicles except those with personalized plates instead of the current two plates
HB 1673 -- (LR# 5028L- 01I)
Read second time (H)
HB1674 --- Sponsor: Flook, Tim (034) --- CoSponsor: Page, Sam (082)
Imposes a surcharge on moving traffic violations and creates the School Bus Safety Assistance Fund to assist schools in obtaining buses with seat belts
HB 1674 -- (LR# 4018L- 01I)
Read second time (H)
HB1675 --- Sponsor: Harris, Jeff (023) --- CoSponsor: Storch, Rachel (064)
Establishes the Twenty-First Century Missouri Scholars Program
HB 1675 -- (LR# 4871L- 02I)
Read second time (H)
HB1676 --- Sponsor: Ervin, Doug (035) --- CoSponsor: Nance, Bob (036)
Excludes sheltered workshop employment income as income when determining eligibility for permanent and total disability benefits
HB 1676 -- (LR# 4432L- 01I)
Read second time (H)
HB1677 --- Sponsor: Ervin, Doug (035) --- CoSponsor: Nance, Bob (036)
Authorizes a phased-in income tax deduction, beginning in tax year 2006, for the cost of personally funded health insurance premiums
HCS HB 1677 -- (LR# 4612L- 02P)
Read second time (H)
HB1678 --- Sponsor: Rupp, Scott T. (013)
Removes the requirement for the school district to provide early childhood education at age three from sunset provisions applicable to the First Steps Program
HB 1678 -- (LR# 4959L- 01I)
Read second time (H)
HB1679 --- Sponsor: Johnson, Rick (090) --- CoSponsor: Roorda, Jeff (102)
Revises the laws regarding chemical tests for intoxication by requiring that drivers involved in collisions which result in death or serious physical injury be administered the test
HCS HB 1679 -- (LR# 4961L- 02P)
Read second time (H)
HB1680 --- Sponsor: Smith, Joe (014) --- CoSponsor: Zweifel, Clint (078)
Requires a person younger than 21 years of age who is convicted of purchasing, attempting to purchase, or possessing alcohol to perform community service
HB 1680 -- (LR# 4802L- 02I)
Read second time (H)
HB1681 --- Sponsor: Haywood, Esther (071) --- CoSponsor: Hubbard, Rodney R. (058)
Designates February 4 as "Rosa Parks Day"
HB 1681 -- (LR# 4755L- 01I)
Read second time (H)
HB1682 --- Sponsor: Shoemyer, Wes (009)
Makes an employer ineligible for any state aid or financial incentives if at least 25% of his or her employees earn less than the federal poverty level
HB 1682 -- (LR# 4213L- 01I)
Read second time (H)
HB1683 --- Sponsor: Stevenson, Bryan P. (128) --- CoSponsor: Bearden, Carl (016)
Modifies the requirements regarding lobbying and conflict of interest for public officials
HB 1683 -- (LR# 4260L- 01I)
Introduced and read first time (H)
HB1684 --- Sponsor: Stevenson, Bryan P. (128)
Changes the definition of "qualified company" so that a corporation dissolved under Chaper 351, RSMo, and currently in a state of dissolution cannot participate in the Missouri Quality Jobs Act
HB 1684 -- (LR# 4740L- 01I)
Introduced and read first time (H)
HB1685 --- Sponsor: Oxford, Jeanette Mott (059) --- CoSponsor: Young, Terry (049)
Requires the Missouri Public Service Commission to implement an energy assurance program pilot project to provide heat-related utility services to low-income persons
HB 1685 -- (LR# 3744L- 01I)
Introduced and read first time (H)
HB1686 --- Sponsor: Chappelle-Nadal, Maria (072) --- CoSponsor: McGhee, Mike (122)
Requires all pit bull owners to obtain a state permit and creates penalties for failure to leash and muzzle a pit bull while on public or private property not owned by the pit bull owner
HB 1686 -- (LR# 4287L- 01I)
Introduced and read first time (H)
HB1687 --- Sponsor: Wright, Mark (137) --- CoSponsor: Portwood, Dr. Charles R. (092)
Allows unused or unaccepted drugs donated to the Prescription Drug Repository Program to be distributed to out-of-state charitable repositories
HB 1687 -- (LR# 4826L- 01T)
Introduced and read first time (H)
HB1688 --- Sponsor: Johnson, Robert Thane (047) --- CoSponsor: Yates, Brian David (056)
Excludes any sales tax imposed by Jackson County for the purpose of sports stadium improvement from the additional 50% economic activity tax revenue allocation for tax increment financing projects
HB 1688 -- (LR# 4934L- 01T)
Introduced and read first time (H)
HB1689 --- Sponsor: Wilson, Kevin (130) --- CoSponsor: Ruestman, Marilyn (131)
Exempts uncashed county checks from the laws regarding unclaimed property
HB 1689 -- (LR# 4650L- 01I)
Introduced and read first time (H)
HB1690 --- Sponsor: Wilson, Kevin (130) --- CoSponsor: Brown, Jason (030)
Prohibits registered sex offenders from running for or serving on a local school board
HB 1690 -- (LR# 4417L- 01I)
Introduced and read first time (H)
HB1691 --- Sponsor: Baker, Judy (025) --- CoSponsor: Whorton, James (003)
Establishes the Women's Preventive Health Services Program within the Department of Health and Senior Services
HB 1691 -- (LR# 4774L- 01I)
Introduced and read first time (H)
HB1692 --- Sponsor: Cooper, Shannon (120)
Changes the laws regarding sales taxation of coin-operated amusement devices and vending machines
HB 1692 -- (LR# 4781L- 01I)
Introduced and read first time (H)
HB1693 --- Sponsor: Wasson, Jay (141)
Establishes the Board of Private Investigator Examiners and creates licensure requirements for private investigators
HB 1693 -- (LR# 4862L- 01I)
Introduced and read first time (H)
HB1694 --- Sponsor: Donnelly, Margaret (073) --- CoSponsor: Roorda, Jeff (102)
Requires the State of Missouri to provide Missouri National Guard personnel called into active duty with a $250,000 term life insurance death benefit
HB 1694 -- (LR# 4167L- 01I)
Introduced and read first time (H)
HB1695 --- Sponsor: Donnelly, Margaret (073) --- CoSponsor: Meiners, Kate (046)
Establishes the Missouri Political Cyberfraud Act and creates the crime of political cyberfraud
HB 1695 -- (LR# 3768L- 01I)
Introduced and read first time (H)
HB1696 --- Sponsor: Icet, Allen (084)
Requires the filing of an affidavit from a similarly licensed professional in certain actions for damages against certain licensed professionals rendering or failing to render professional services
HB 1696 -- (LR# 5065L- 01I)
Introduced and read first time (H)
HB1697 --- Sponsor: Brown, Michael R. (050) --- CoSponsor: Hubbard, Rodney R. (058)
Authorizes a tax credit for employers who hire qualified high school students for summer jobs
HB 1697 -- (LR# 4507L- 01I)
Introduced and read first time (H)
HCR5 --- Sponsor: Bearden, Carl (016) --- CoSponsor: Dempsey, Tom (018)
Declares February 6th of each year to be "Ronald Reagan Day" in Missouri.
HCR0005 -- (LR# 3232L- 01I)
Sec rd and referred: Rules,Joint Rules,Resolu. & Ethics (S)
HCR17 --- Sponsor: Quinn, John (007) --- CoSponsor: Hobbs, Steve (021)
Concurs with the Governor of the State of Missouri that all reasonable and necessary action should be taken to prevent the planned man-made "spring rise" of the Missouri River.
HCR0017 -- (LR# 5057L- 01I)
Offered (H)
HCR18 --- Sponsor: Kuessner, J. C. (152) --- CoSponsor: Burnett, John P. (040)
Urges the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration to establish a controlled pilot program allowing 18 to 21 year-olds to obtain a CDL for interstate commerce.
HCR0018 -- (LR# 3889L- 01I)
Offered (H)
SB578 --- Sponsor: Shields, Charles W. (34)
Prohibits protest activities during funeral services.
SCS SB 578 -- (LR# 3256L- 03T)
Committee: Crime Prevention and Public Safety (H)
Executive Session completed (H)
HCS voted do pass (H)

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