RELIGION
Missouri House of Representatives
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RELIGION

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HB 1036 --- Sponsor: Willoughby, Philip --- CoSponsor: Skaggs, Bill
Allows school boards to establish daily observance of one minute of silence.
HB 1043 --- Sponsor: Bearden, Carl --- CoSponsor: Cunningham, Jane
Requires school boards to establish the daily observance of one minute of silence in each classroom.
HB 1058 --- Sponsor: Haywood, Esther
Adds arson to the hate crimes statute and makes it a class A felony regardless of whether it is 1st or 2nd degree or whether anyone was injured.
HB 1097 --- Sponsor: Relford, Randall H.
Exempts all food sales by religious, charitable, and nonprofit organizations from the food inspection laws of this state.
HB 1148 --- Sponsor: Ross, Carson
Permits the establishment of scatter gardens for human cremains.
HB 1241 --- Sponsor: Hegeman, Daniel J. --- CoSponsor: Barnett, Rex
Exempts food sales made by religious, charitable and nonprofit organizations from the state food code laws and rules.
HB 1263 --- Sponsor: Gratz, William (Bill)
Allows a parent to leave a child less than thirty days old in the custody of certain professionals without subjecting themselves to criminal or civil liability.
HB 1264 --- Sponsor: Gratz, William (Bill)
Establishes minute of silence in all public schools.
HB 1444 --- Sponsor: Smith, Philip
Modifies the exemptions from licensure required for foster homes, residential care facilities, and child placing agencies.
HB 1551 --- Sponsor: Linton, William C.
Allows the posting of American historical documents regardless of religious content.
HB 1591 --- Sponsor: Townley, Merrill M. --- CoSponsor: Phillips, Susan C.
Allows philosophical beliefs to be a basis for objection to required school immunizations.
HB 1623 --- Sponsor: Luetkenhaus, Bill
Requires the school boards of each school district to establish the daily observance of one minute of silence in each classroom.
HB 1801 --- Sponsor: Gambaro, Derio L. --- CoSponsor: Moore, Danielle
Imposes the compelling state interest test on any governmental restriction on the free exercise of religion.
HB 1825 --- Sponsor: Merideth III, Denny J. --- CoSponsor: Myers, Peter
Allows display of various documents in public schools upon certain conditions.
HB 1991 --- Sponsor: Naeger, Patrick A. --- CoSponsor: Cunningham, Jane
Requires school districts to provide transportation to private and parochial students and allows them to charge fees for the service.
HB 2049 --- Sponsor: Baker, Lana Ladd
Allows programs for all-inclusive care for the elderly (PACE) projects an exemption from the certificate of authority requirements for health maintenance organizations.
HCR 19 --- Sponsor: Jetton, Rod
Urges Congress to take up and pass the proposed amendment to the U.S. Constitution to permit voluntary prayer in public schools.
HCR 22 --- Sponsor: Bearden, Carl
Urges the United States Congress to pass legislation for a proposed voluntary school prayer amendment to the United States Constitution.
HJR 26 --- Sponsor: Reynolds, David L.
Proposes a constitutional amendment removing prohibition of public aid for religious purposes.
HJR 30 --- Sponsor: Naeger, Patrick A. --- CoSponsor: Jetton, Rod
Proposes a constitutional amendment permitting voluntary prayer in public schools.
HJR 55 --- Sponsor: Bearden, Carl --- CoSponsor: Mayer, Robert
Proposes a constitutional amendment guaranteeing public school students the right to pray.
SB 657 --- Sponsor: Kinder, Peter
Enacts the Religious Freedom Restoration Act.
SB 692 --- Sponsor: Gross, Charles
School boards to establish the daily observance of one minute of silence in each classroom.
SB 904 --- Sponsor: Klindt, David
Exempts religious, charitable, and nonprofit organizations from food inspection laws in certain circumstances.
SB 958 --- Sponsor: Kinder, Peter
Enacts the Religious Freedom Restoration Act.
SJR 30 --- Sponsor: Cauthorn, John
Would allow school districts private school pupils transportation.
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