97th General Assembly, 2nd Regular Session
Representative Michael Butler
Representative
Michael Butler
District 079
Democrat

Elected:2012 
Years Served:
Hometown:St. Louis
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Sponsored Bills
HB 1166 - (4792L.01I)
Establishes the Business Freedom Act which specifies that no state or local government can regulate the hours in which intoxicating liquor is sold in St. Louis City
HB 1167 - (4791L.01I)
Increases the fee for notary public services from $2 to $5
HB 1168 - (4790L.01I)
Changes the eligibility requirements for medical assistance under the MO HealthNet Program
HB 1169 - (4786L.01I)
Creates the Neighborhood Watch Fund, which provides state funding for political subdivisions and the wards of St. Louis City to establish neighborhood watch organizations
HB 1170 - (4789L.01I)
Establishes the Missouri Parent/Teacher Involvement Act
HB 1171 - (4787H.03C)
Establishes the Economic-Education Partnership Act, which allows employers to retain withholding taxes up to the amount spent on educational benefits for employees and unpaid interns or up to the amount spent on educational benefits for employees and unpaid interns or up to the amount spent on job training for employees
HB 1172 - (4784L.01I)
Changes the law regarding the use of force in defense of a person by deleting the provision that states a person does not have a duty to retreat
HB 1176 - (4785L.02I)
Authorizes an income tax credit for a contribution to a qualified public school foundation
HB 1686 - (5601L.01I)
Changes the eligibility requirements for medical assistance under the MO HealthNet Program by expanding eligibility to 138% of the federal poverty level
HB 1687 - (5739H.01I)
Allows a city to place unrecovered costs and overdue property fines on property tax bills
HB 2183 - (6455H.01I)
Requires the Department of Social Services to develop a pilot program which would allow eligible non-custodial parents to reduce the past-due child support they owe to the state
HJR 49 - (4788L.01I)
Proposes a constitutional amendment allowing anyone elected to the General Assembly after November 1, 2014, to serve up to 12 years in any one house and up to 24 years total in the General Assembly
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