HB783 - ORGAN DONATIONS - Stoll, Steve
HB783 ALLOWS DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH TO RECORD ADDITIONAL INFORMATION IN REGISTRY OF ORGAN DONORS RECEIVED FROM CERTAIN DRIVER'S LICENSE APPLICANTS.
Sponsor: Stoll, Steve (103) Effective Date:00/00/00
CoSponsor: LR Number:1722-01
Last Action: 06/03/97 - Approved by Governor (G)
06/03/97 - Delivered to Secretary of State
HB783
Next Hearing:Hearing not scheduled
Calendar:Bill currently not on calendar
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BILL SUMMARIES

TRULY AGREED

HB 783 -- ORGAN DONATIONS

This bill requires that when the Director of Revenue notifies
the Department of Health of information obtained from applicants
who indicate they are interested in making an organ donation,
the Department of Health must enter the date of birth, race,
gender, and unique personal identifier in addition to entering
the person's name and address.


PERFECTED

HB 783 -- ORGAN DONATIONS (Stoll)

This bill requires that when the Director of Revenue notifies
the Department of Health of information obtained from applicants
who indicate they are interested in making an organ donation,
the Department of Health must enter the date of birth, race,
gender, and unique personal identifier in addition to entering
the person's names and address.

FISCAL NOTE:  No impact on state funds.


COMMITTEE

HB 783 -- ORGAN DONATIONS

SPONSOR:  Stoll

COMMITTEE ACTION:  Voted "do pass by consent" by the Committee
on  Motor Vehicle and Traffic Regulations by a vote of 12 to 0.

This bill requires that when the Director of Revenue notifies
the Department of Health of information obtained from applicants
who indicate they are interested in making an organ donation,
the Department of Health must enter the date of birth, race,
gender, and unique personal identifier in addition to entering
the person's names and address.

FISCAL NOTE:  No impact on state funds.

PROPONENTS:  Supporters say that such legislation will help
positively identify those people who have agreed to be donors.

Testifying for the bill were Representative Stoll; and Missouri
Department of Health.

OPPONENTS:  No opposition was voiced to the committee.

Robert Triplett, Research Analyst


INTRODUCED

HB 783 -- Organ Donations

Sponsor:  Stoll

This bill requires that when the Director of Revenue notifies
the Department of Health of information obtained from applicants
who indicate they are interested in making an organ donation,
the Department of Health must enter the date of birth, race,
gender, and unique personal identifier in addition to entering
the person's names and address.


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