98th General Assembly, 2nd Regular Session
Representative Courtney Allen Curtis
Representative
Courtney Allen Curtis
District 073
Democrat

Elected:2012 
Years Served:
Hometown:Ferguson
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Biography
State Representative Courtney Allen Curtis (D), District 73, represents St. Louis North County in the Missouri House. He was elected to his first two-year term in November 2012 and re-elected in November 2014. He currently serves on the following Committees: Appropriations - Health, Mental Health and Social Services, Ways and Means and Government Oversight and Accountability.

After winning his first House seat, Rep. Curtis soon became the President of the Freshman Democratic Caucus and Chair of the Freshman Bipartisan Issues Committee. Because of his commitment to ensuring and improving access to a quality higher education in Missouri, he was also named 2013’s Associated Students of the University of Missouri Legislator of the year.

At the University of Missouri, Rep. Curtis led initiatives to encourage minority students to increase their presence in science, technology, engineering and mathematics. In April 2014, Rep. Curtis established the not for profit organization North County Forever. The Organization’s objective is to end poverty, strife and to build a sustainable community in North County.

A native of St. Louis North County, Rep. Curtis is a 1999 graduate of McCluer Senior High School in Florissant. In addition to the University of Missouri, he also attended Columbia College. Rep. Curtis, born on April 12, 1981, currently lives in Ferguson.

Sponsored Bills
HB 2170 - (5735H.01I)
Modifies provisions of law relating to labor organizations
HB 2171 - (5832H.02I)
Requires state certification of minority business enterprises and establishes a job training program for persons of low and moderate income
HB 2172 - (5363H.01I)
Requires any project labor agreement on a stadium project not submitted to a public vote to be entered into by the governing body of the political subdivision in which the project is located
HB 2173 - (5530H.01I)
Changes the laws regarding earnings taxes to exempt certain taxpayers if public funds are used for a convention center or stadium without voter approval
HB 2174 - (5718H.01I)
Modifies provisions relating to law enforcement officers and arrest records
HB 2175 - (5710H.01I)
Requires a runoff election for county executive, prosecuting attorney, and county assessor in St. Louis County if no candidate receives at least fifty percent of the votes cast and establishes cert
HB 2176 - (5711H.01I)
Contains various provisions relating to tuition rates and tax credits for students at public institutions of higher education
HB 2177 - (5728H.02I)
Establishes the Historic Revitalization Act
HB 2189 - (5828H.01I)
Requires ethical reforms related to testing of elementary and secondary education students
HB 2206 - (5680H.01I)
Changes the laws regarding nonprofit hospitals
HB 2207 - (5674H.01I)
Changes the laws regarding youth
HB 2276 - (6014H.01I)
Removes the union lobbying exemption
HB 2277 - (5914H.01I)
Creates the Office of Public Counsel to fund the office within the Missouri Public Service Commission from regulated utilities based on each utility's total gross intrastate operating revenues
HB 2327 - (6023H.02P)
Establishes the Urban Education Institute
HB 2357 - (6093H.01I)
Changes the laws regarding certain Children's Services Funds
HB 2392 - (6160H.01I)
Establishes the Labor Organization Minority Discrimination Interim Committee
HB 2408 - (6097H.01I)
Requires voter approval for political subdivision expenditures on public works projects projected to cost more than twenty million dollars
HB 2409 - (6154H.01I)
Consolidates all the school districts in St. Louis County
HB 2410 - (6197H.01I)
Requires all fire protection districts and municipal fire departments in St. Louis County to consolidate into one fire district upon the approval of the voters in the county
HB 2630 - (6624H.02I)
Establishes a job training program for persons of low and moderate income
HB 2640 - (5510H.01I)
Prohibits a community children's services fund from transferring any funds to the state or certain cities
HB 2641 - (6650H.01I)
Allows Children's Services Funds to be used to fund juvenile delinquency prevention programs
HB 2642 - (6690H.01I)
Designates Lincoln University as Missouri's flagship institution
HB 2649 - (6699H.01I)
Authorizes the Department of Natural Resources to acquire certain property in Kinloch, Missouri for the establishment of a state park
HB 2740 - (6844H.01I)
Establishes a Joint Committee On University of Missouri System Accountability"
HB 2798 - (6842H.02I)
Requires law enforcement officers employed in St. Louis County to reside in St. Louis County
HB 2799 - (6855H.01I)
Requires employees of St. Louis County to reside within St. Louis County.
HB 2829 - (6893H.01I)
Establishes the "Municipalities Financial Recovery Act"
HB 2830 - (6854H.01I)
Authorizes an earnings tax for St. Louis County
HB 2831 - (6847H.01I)
Designates the St. Louis Cardinals as the official baseball team of Missouri
HCR 80 - (5919H.01I)
Disapproves of Barnes-Jewish Hospital moving out of certain neighborhoods in St. Louis
HCR 83 - (6111H.01I)
Urges the department of elementary and secondary education to promote a culture in which educators feel free to discuss issues and work together to achieve a quality education for each student
HCR 95 - (6219H.01I)
Urges the City of St. Louis to develop a strategy to wean itself off the earnings tax and a plan to invest in North City
HCR 105 - (6673H.01I)
Designates Lincoln University as Missouri's flagship institution
HJR 87 - (6203H.01I)
Proposes a constitutional amendment removing prohibitions related to school district boundaries and affairs
Co-sponsored Bills
Amendments
Past Legislation