99th General Assembly, 2nd Regular Session
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Special Committee on Government Oversight, Vice-Chairman
Children and Families
Subcommittee on Tax Credit Review
MO House of Representatives
201 West Capitol Avenue
Jefferson City MO 65101
Rep. Mike Moon, a Republican, represents the majority of Lawrence County (District 157) in the Missouri House of Representatives. He was elected in a special election in April 2013.
Rep. Moon worked in marketing for Mercy Hospital for 27 years. He currently works on his farm as a cattle rancher.
Rep. Moon is a member of the High Street Baptist Church, where he serves as a deacon, mission committeeman, and Sunday school teacher. He also is a member of the Springfield-Southeast Rotary Club, where he was the recipient of the “Lend-a-Hand” award.
Rep. Moon is a 1977 graduate of Western Branch High School in Chesapeake, VA. He received his bachelor’s in secondary education from Southwest Missouri State University in 1985.
Rep. Moon was born in Kannapolis, NC on December 31, 1958. He lives on his family farm in Ash Grove with his wife, Denise. They have five children: Amanda, Bryan, Erin, David, & Jason.
Modifies provisions relating to unborn children
Establishes a terrorist offender registry
Authorizes a sales tax refund for businesses that were assessed higher taxes without notice as a result of the Department of Revenue changing its interpretation of taxable items before August 28, 2015
Eliminates the criminal penalty for carrying a concealed weapon into any area where firearms are restricted under Section 571.107, RSMo
Requires United States Senators who represent Missouri to provide the general assembly with certain information
Modifies provisions relating to the acquisition of land by the U.S. government
Allows insurance companies to offer premiums based on seat belt usage.
Modifies provisions relating to transfer of students within districts and between districts
Expands the Campus Free Expression Act
Creates new provisions related to the display of posters containing representations of the Missouri state flag and other items in public schools
Prohibits the implementation, enactment, promulgation, codification, or enforcement of any law, rule, or regulation that requires drivers of commercial motor vehicles to utilize electronic logging devices.
Establishes the Expanded Address Confidentiality Program, which allows participants to substitute their address with the address of their county’s courthouse on certain public documents
Prohibits political subdivisions from enacting ordinances that would prohibit protests outside health care facilities
Formally denounces the infamous Dred Scott decision.
Proposes a constitutional amendment regarding the right to life
Proposes a constitutional amendment to require that the conservation sales tax be renewed by voters every six years