97th General Assembly, 2nd Regular Session
Ways and Means
Elementary and Secondary Education
Appropriations - Education
Special Standing Committee on Urban Issues
Special Standing Committee on Corrections
Missouri Sportsman Issue Development
Issue Development Standing Committee on Cowboy Caucus on Agricultural Issues
Interim Committee on Election Procedures
Interim Committee on Improving Government Responsiveness and Efficiency
Interim Committee on Emerging Issues in Agriculture Policy
Interim Committee on Education
MO House of Representatives
201 West Capitol Avenue
Jefferson City MO 65101
Capitol Office Hours: Monday - Thursday 7:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
Rep. Bryan Spencer, a Republican, represents part of St. Charles and Warren counties (District 63) in the Missouri House of Representatives. He was elected to his first two-year term in November 2012.
In addition to his legislative duties, Rep. Spencer was a teacher for 22 years and, prior to his election, taught in the Francis Howell School District. He has also worked other jobs congruent to his teaching. These included: Adaptive Daily Living Instructor at the Lighthouse of the Blind, Alcohol Compliance Officer/Training in Prevention Services, Instructor for Aramark Sports and Entertainment Inc., and Education Consultant for Metropolitan Psychiatric Center.
Rep. Spencer has received numerous awards including: 2011 Francis Howell School District- Hall of Fame, 2011 Francis Howell North High School- SEAM Award, and 2008 Outstanding Young Educator of the Year (Bridgeton/Maryland Heights Junior Chamber of Commerce). He is also a member of the Wentzville Church of Christ, Saint Charles County Central Committee- O’Fallon Township, Jaycees (St. Peters, Wentzville/Lake St. Louis, Mission Inn, and Bridgeton/Maryland Heights), Masonic Lodge- Polar Star Rose Hill #79, and the Lewis and Clark Pachyderms. Rep. Spencer has served as past president of the Jaycees (Wentzville/Lake St. Louis and St Peters), and the Lewis and Clark Pachyderms.
A 1986 graduate of Rolla High School, Rep. Spencer earned his master’s degree in Administration/ Education from the University of Missouri –Saint Louis (2001), and his bachelor’s degree in Social Science/Education from Culver-Stockton College (1989).
Born September 25, 1967, in Rolla, Rep. Spencer currently lives in Wentzville.
Allows first responders, firefighters, and law enforcement personnel with a valid drivers' license and prior experience with driving vehicles to drive ground ambulances in certain situations
Establishes the Missouri Good Samaritan Law
Prohibits abortions performed for the purpose of providing fetal organs or tissue for medical transplantation
Designates the third week of February as "Engineers Awareness Week" in Missouri
Prohibits the enforcement of automated traffic enforcement systems beginning August 28, 2014, and requires any political subdivision that has a contract to terminate it by September 1, 2015
Changes the laws regarding teacher tenure and compensation
Specifies that specified firearms, firearm accessories, and ammunition must be considered intrastate commerce and subject to serial number checks
Establishes the Student Accountability Act that requires a student score proficient or higher on a state assessment in order to receive a high school academic diploma
Requires schools and the Department of Elementary and Secondary Education to have explicit parental consent in order to collect any personally identifiable student data
Requires telemarketers to state, at the beginning of the call, whether or not they are affiliated with any governmental entity
Requires any state agency that assesses or imposes a monetary, disciplinary, or administrative penalty to implement procedures that provide information on the Internet regarding the administrative appeal process
Requires motorcycle operators and passengers under 18 years of age to wear protective headgear and recommends that motorcycle operators and passengers 18 years of age or older wear protective headgear
Prohibits the use of automated traffic enforcement systems beginning August 28, 2014, and requires any political subdivision to complete or terminate any automated traffic enforcement contracts within one year
Changes the laws regarding the sale of intoxicating liquor
Proposes a constitutional amendment requiring members of the State Board of Education to be elected from each congressional district