98th General Assembly, 2nd Regular Session
Trade and Tourism, Chairman
Interim House Review Committee on the 2011 Missouri Water Patrol Division Merger, Vice-Chairman
Conservation and Natural Resources
Select Committee on Commerce
Select Committee on Rules
Special Committee on Security Infrastructure of the Capitol Complex
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Rep. Donald Phillips, a Republican, represents Stone County and parts of Christian and Taney Counties (District 138) in the Missouri House of Representatives. He was elected to his first two-year term in November 2010.
Prior to his legislative duties, Rep. Phillips served as a state trooper for 28 years with the Missouri Highway Patrol Troop D. He retired with the rank of Sergeant. Rep. Phillips also served as the head basketball and baseball coach as well as athletic director at Hollister High School from 1973-1977.
Rep. Phillips is a 35-year member of the First Baptist Church of Kimberling City.
Rep. Phillips is a 1969 graduate of Rolla High School. He received his B.S. in Physical Education from the College of the Ozarks. He was inducted into the College of the Ozarks Sports Hall of Fame in 1996.
Born in St. Louis and raised in Salem, Rep. Phillips now resides in Kimberling City with his wife, Kathrin. They are the parents of two daughters and four grandchildren.
Establishes procedures for an adopted person to obtain a copy of his or her original birth certificate
Requires that nonprofit sewer companies be considered sewer companies to which a homeowners' association shall convey wastewater systems even if restrictive covenants do not specifically allow it
Adds provisions relating to the County Sheriff's Revolving Fund allowing excess moneys from concealed carry permits to be deposited into a discretionary fund