Bills Assigned to Committee

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HB37 --- Sponsor: Gaskill, Sam
Prohibits persons less than eighteen years of age from possessing tobacco products.
HB52 --- Sponsor: Ward, Dan --- CoSponsor: Crump, Wayne F.
Prohibits the prosecuting attorney of St. Francois County from engaging in the private practice of law.
HB58 --- Sponsor: Ward, Dan
Allows renewal of liquor license without notarization of renewal application.
HB69 --- Sponsor: Hoppe, Thomas
Enacts various laws regulating ambulance services and stretcher vans.
HB84 --- Sponsor: Richardson, Mark L.
Mandates that expenses for training sessions for county recorders in certain counties be reimbursed in the same manner as other expenses are reimbursed in such county.
HB135 --- Sponsor: Hosmer, Craig
Authorizes Greene County to levy a tax on cigarettes and tobacco products which is equal to the tax authorized for Jackson and St. Louis counties and the City of St. Louis.
HB138 --- Sponsor: Hosmer, Craig
Requires sales tax which is illegally or erroneously imposed on cigarette tax to be refunded to the consumer or the Director of Revenue.
HB140 --- Sponsor: Hosmer, Craig
Authorizes the governing body of any fire protection district or municipal fire department, upon voter approval, to impose a sales tax.
HB195 --- Sponsor: Hoppe, Thomas
Regulates stretcher van services.
HB210 --- Sponsor: Liese, Chris
Changes the terms of community improvement district board members to either three or four years, at the district's option.
HB227 --- Sponsor: Walton, Juanita Head
Adopts standards and procedures for municipal impeachments.
HB268 --- Sponsor: Legan, Kenneth --- CoSponsor: Kelly, Glenda
Prohibits sale of tobacco products to persons under 25 without checking identification.
HB280 --- Sponsor: Hoppe, Thomas
Enacts various laws regulating ambulance services and stretcher vans.
HB295 --- Sponsor: Froelker, James V.
Changes ambulance and fire district board eligibility to twenty-four years of age and five years of residency in the district.
HB303 --- Sponsor: Hoppe, Thomas --- CoSponsor: Graham, Chuck
Revises liquor laws.
HB304 --- Sponsor: Walton, Juanita Head
Establishes subdistricts in the fire protection districts of Moline Acres and Blackjack; allows all fire protection district vacancies to be filled by appointment.
HB316 --- Sponsor: Hoppe, Thomas --- CoSponsor: Graham, Chuck
Revises liquor laws.
HB340 --- Sponsor: Hoppe, Thomas --- CoSponsor: Graham, Chuck
Revises liquor laws.
HB376 --- Sponsor: Fraser, Barbara --- CoSponsor: Liese, Chris
Enacts the Missouri Equalization of Local Governmental Services for Homeowners Act.
HB380 --- Sponsor: Hoppe, Thomas --- CoSponsor: Hosmer, Craig
Amends statutory provisions relating to the sale of tobacco products.
HB381 --- Sponsor: Hoppe, Thomas --- CoSponsor: Hosmer, Craig
Revises law on sale, distribution, and possession of tobacco products.
HB382 --- Sponsor: Hoppe, Thomas
Requires city approval of retail liquor licenses in the City of Kansas City.
HB398 --- Sponsor: Foley, James Michael
Authorizes fire protection districts that provide emergency ambulance service to provide non-emergency ambulance service, with a fee, subject to voter approval.
HB408 --- Sponsor: Kelley, Pat
Authorizes conveyances of unused graves in public cemeteries back to the county or municipality in certain cases.
HB410 --- Sponsor: Holt, Bruce W. --- CoSponsor: George, Thomas E.
Allows expanded weed removal procedures in the City of St. Peters.
HB419 --- Sponsor: Selby, Harold R.
Repeals a provision on county planning and zoning similar to one declared unconstitutional.
HB421 --- Sponsor: Graham, Chuck --- CoSponsor: Farnen, Ted
Provides that consumption, not sale or provision, of intoxicating beverages is the proximate cause of injuries resulting from intoxication.
HB436 --- Sponsor: Merideth III, Denny J. --- CoSponsor: Britt, Phillip M.
Enacts Missouri Airport Protection Act to provide new airport safety regulation.
HB472 --- Sponsor: Burton, Gary L. --- CoSponsor: Miller, Ronnie
Allows political subdivisions to establish permit procedures for public utility right-of-way users; allows utilities to pass costs of such permits to consumer.
HB490 --- Sponsor: Kelly, Gary --- CoSponsor: Kelley, Pat
Prohibits alcohol in the Capitol except upon order of the Governor.
HB497 --- Sponsor: Hoppe, Thomas
Enacts various laws regulating ambulance services and stretcher vans.
HB498 --- Sponsor: Wagner, Wes --- CoSponsor: McKenna, Ryan Glennon
Changes the petitioning provisions for opting out of the city manager form of government.
HB503 --- Sponsor: Ward, Dan
Changes amount in, and distribution of, fire education fund; creates fire district equipment fund.
HB515 --- Sponsor: Foley, James Michael
Allows St. Louis County to form an emergency communications system district.
HB520 --- Sponsor: Merideth III, Denny J.
Expands the eligible counties for absorption of municipalities.
HB534 --- Sponsor: Johnson, Rick --- CoSponsor: Hollingsworth, Katherine
Increases from $4,500 to $10,000 the amount a county can contract for or purchase without advertising for bids.
HB553 --- Sponsor: Barnett, Rex --- CoSponsor: Hosmer, Craig
Gives county commissioners the option to appoint two additional members to a county's board of equalization. The additional members shall be citizens of the county, but not officers of the county.
HB571 --- Sponsor: Dolan, Jonathan --- CoSponsor: Lowe, Jenee' M.
Makes a donation to the TWA Flight 800 International Memorial in New York.
HB578 --- Sponsor: Luetkenhaus, Bill
Authorizes ambulance districts to impose a sales tax of up to 1/4 of 1 percent.
HB606 --- Sponsor: Kennedy, Harry --- CoSponsor: Smith, Philip
Changes and standardizes certain provisions regarding county recorders of deeds.
HB611 --- Sponsor: Wiggins, Gary --- CoSponsor: Berkstresser, Judy
Requires a portion of property tax collections to be used for a geographic information system (GIS).
HB615 --- Sponsor: Koller, Don
Increases the maximum allowable local sales tax for law enforcement from one-half of one percent to one percent.
HB618 --- Sponsor: Froelker, James V.
Allows ambulance districts to exchange contiguous territories.
HB650 --- Sponsor: Shields, Charles W.
Makes various changes regarding the sheltered workshop laws.
HB655 --- Sponsor: Marble, Gary --- CoSponsor: Bartelsmeyer, Linda
Allows second class counties to collect a fee of one-fourth of one percent on current taxes collected.
HB689 --- Sponsor: Hoppe, Thomas
Enacts various laws regulating ambulance services and stretcher vans.
HB698 --- Sponsor: Luetkenhaus, Bill
Allows fourth class cities in counties of the first classification to participate in the state weed and grass control program.
HB702 --- Sponsor: Barry, Joan --- CoSponsor: Boykins, Amber (Holly)
Requires placement of warning signs in establishments licensed to sell or serve alcoholic beverages.
HB726 --- Sponsor: Selby, Harold R. --- CoSponsor: Wagner, Wes
Funds the fire education fund with state revenues derived from the state portion of sales tax levied on fireworks instead of state revenues derived from the insurance premium tax.
HB727 --- Sponsor: Hoppe, Thomas
Regulates the voting rights of persons in public water supply districts.
HB728 --- Sponsor: Hoppe, Thomas
Redefines who may form joint municipal utility commissions; regulates public water supply district purchases of, and services to, water and sewer corporations.
HB730 --- Sponsor: Williams, Deleta
Allows the City of Warrensburg to receive bids for banking services at any city council meeting.
HB745 --- Sponsor: Farnen, Ted
Allows unclaimed property to be collected by a county or city public administrator.
HB748 --- Sponsor: Holt, Bruce W.
Grants ambulance districts the power of eminent domain.
HB749 --- Sponsor: Smith, Philip
Establishes the Automated External Defibrillator Advisory Committee.
HB773 --- Sponsor: Williams, Deleta
Requires a bond of any deputy or assistant collector or treasurer ex-officio collector.
HB804 --- Sponsor: McKenna, Ryan Glennon --- CoSponsor: Wagner, Wes
Allows more counties to enact ordinances for the abatement and removal of debris on real property.
HB830 --- Sponsor: Phillips, Susan C. --- CoSponsor: Harding, Meg
Increases allowable tax rate for transient guest tax in Platte County.
HB843 --- Sponsor: Harding, Meg --- CoSponsor: Copenhaver, Nancy
Requires the registration of kegs of intoxicating liquor.
HB854 --- Sponsor: Curls, Melba J. --- CoSponsor: Boucher, Bill
Expands the types of documents for which a county recording fee may be collected.
HB855 --- Sponsor: Willoughby, Philip --- CoSponsor: Ridgeway, Luann
Modifies costs due upon purchase or redemption of tax-deliquent property.
HB881 --- Sponsor: Scott, Delbert --- CoSponsor: Crawford, Larry
Allows nursing home district directors to be elected in districts or at-large.
HB890 --- Sponsor: Hendrickson, Carl
Authorizes municipalities to regulate adult establishments.
HB922 --- Sponsor: Gaskill, Sam --- CoSponsor: Bartelsmeyer, Linda
Authorizes the City of Monett to annex municipal airport.
HB930 --- Sponsor: Hollingsworth, Katherine --- CoSponsor: McKenna, Ryan Glennon
Authorizes county commissions in certain counties to issue special or conditional use permits.
HB936 --- Sponsor: Mays, Carol Jean
Allows a business owner of property in a drainage district to delegate individual to represent the owner.
HB1023 --- Sponsor: Hohulin, Martin (Bubs)
Requires elevator safety and inspection standards to not be more stringent than federal standards.
HB1024 --- Sponsor: Williams, Deleta
Allows counties of the fourth classification to place on the ballot a measure to impose a landfill fee.
SB7 --- Sponsor: Scott, John E.
Allows notices of hearings on special business districts to be sent by regular mail.
SB14 --- Sponsor: Mathewson, James L.
Authorized a sales tax to fund jail districts.
SB125 --- Sponsor: Bentley, Roseann
Authorizes removal of property from the Springfield Community Improvement District.
SB130 --- Sponsor: Bland, Mary
Requires liquor licensees to post signs warning that drinking alcohol during pregnancy can cause birth defects.
SB178 --- Sponsor: Schneider, John D.
Revises law relating to amending a condominium association's bylaws and prohibits tying of services.
SB191 --- Sponsor: Goode, P. Wayne
Third class cities in St. Louis County shall fill vacancies by appointment.
SB345 --- Sponsor: House, Ted
Gives St. Peters and Kansas City additional powers to abate weeds and other nuisances; requires control of kudzu and teasel.
SB347 --- Sponsor: Caskey, Harold
A portion of property tax collections shall be used for a geographic information system (GIS).
SB352 --- Sponsor: Johnson, Sidney
Defines terms relating to the capital improvements sales tax in certain municipalities.
SB422 --- Sponsor: Yeckel, Anita
Recalling fire district board members requires misconduct in office.
SB433 --- Sponsor: Kinder, Peter --- CoSponsor: Gross, Charles
Revises dram shop liability.
SB441 --- Sponsor: Caskey, Harold
Allows Warrensburg to receive bids to be the depositary of city funds from banks at every regular meeting.
SB486 --- Sponsor: Yeckel, Anita
Recalling fire district board members requires misconduct in office.
SB491 --- Sponsor: Rohrbach, Larry M.
Modifies election process for nursing home district directors.
SB515 --- Sponsor: Yeckel, Anita
Modifies requirements for items that are filed with the Recorder of Deeds.
SB556 --- Sponsor: DePasco, Ronnie
Allows Division of Liquor Control to issue microbrewing licenses to excursion gambling boats.
SB591 --- Sponsor: Kenney, Bill
Changes the makeup and number of members on common sewer districts board of trustees in Jackson County.
SB610 --- Sponsor: Westfall, Morris
Limits the bond amount for deputies and assistants appointed by collectors and treasurer ex officio collectors.
SB619 --- Sponsor: Mathewson, James L.
Allows licensed ambulance service providers to provide services at state fair.
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