2018 Regular Session

Session Details

Legislators in This Session

Legislator District
Bruce Franks, Jr. Missouri House District 78 View Details
Keith J. Frederick Missouri House District 121 View Details
Elaine Freeman Gannon Missouri House District 115 View Details
Alan Gray Missouri House District 75 View Details
Alan Green Missouri House District 67 View Details
David J. Gregory Missouri House District 96 View Details
Derek Grier Missouri House District 100 View Details
Elijah Haahr Missouri House District 134 View Details
Marsha Ellen Haefner Missouri House District 95 View Details
Thomas "Tom" Hannegan Missouri House District 65 View Details
Jim Hansen Missouri House District 40 View Details
Ben Harris Missouri House District 118 View Details
Steve Helms Missouri House District 135 View Details
Mike Henderson Missouri House District 117 View Details
Galen Wayne Higdon, Jr. Missouri House District 11 View Details
Justin S. Hill Missouri House District 108 View Details
Jay D. Houghton Missouri House District 43 View Details
Dan Houx Missouri House District 54 View Details
Tom Hurst Missouri House District 62 View Details
Delus Johnson Missouri House District 9 View Details
Jeffery Justus Missouri House District 156 View Details
Mike Kelley Missouri House District 127 View Details
Hannah Kelly Missouri House District 141 View Details
Kip Kendrick Missouri House District 45 View Details
Bill E. Kidd Missouri House District 20 View Details
Glen Kolkmeyer Missouri House District 53 View Details
Bart Korman Missouri House District 42 View Details
Bill Lant Missouri House District 159 View Details
Jeanie Lauer Missouri House District 32 View Details
Deb Lavender Missouri House District 90 View Details
Donna Lichtenegger Missouri House District 146 View Details
Warren D. Love Missouri House District 125 View Details
Steve Lynch, Jr. Missouri House District 122 View Details
Nick Marshall Missouri House District 13 View Details
Kirk Mathews Missouri House District 110 View Details
Mark Matthiesen Missouri House District 70 View Details
Karla May Missouri House District 84 View Details
Gail McCann Beatty Missouri House District 26 View Details
Tracy McCreery Missouri House District 88 View Details
Andrew McDaniel Missouri House District 150 View Details
Daron McGee Missouri House District 36 View Details
Sue Meredith Missouri House District 71 View Details
Peter Merideth Missouri House District 80 View Details
Rocky Miller Missouri House District 124 View Details
Gina Mitten Missouri House District 83 View Details
Mike Moon Missouri House District 157 View Details
Judy Morgan Missouri House District 24 View Details
Lynn Morris Missouri House District 140 View Details
Jay Mosley Missouri House District 68 View Details
Dave Muntzel Missouri House District 48 View Details
James "Jim" W. Neely Missouri House District 8 View Details
Stacey Newman Missouri House District 87 View Details
Mary Nichols Missouri House District 72 View Details
Joshua Peters Missouri House District 76 View Details
Donna Pfautsch Missouri House District 33 View Details
Donald "Don" E. Phillips Missouri House District 138 View Details
Tommie Pierson, Jr. Missouri House District 66 View Details
Randy Pietzman Missouri House District 41 View Details
Patricia Pike Missouri House District 126 View Details
Dean Plocher Missouri House District 89 View Details
Jeff Pogue Missouri House District 143 View Details
Crystal Quade Missouri House District 132 View Details
Greg Razer Missouri House District 25 View Details
Craig Redmon Missouri House District 4 View Details
Holly Rehder Missouri House District 148 View Details
Bill Reiboldt Missouri House District 160 View Details
Tim Remole Missouri House District 6 View Details
Shawn Rhoads Missouri House District 154 View Details
Todd Richardson Missouri House District 152 View Details
Steven "Steve" C. Roberts, II Missouri House District 77 View Details
Shane Roden Missouri House District 111 View Details
Rebecca Roeber Missouri House District 34 View Details
Don Rone Missouri House District 149 View Details
Robert Ross Missouri House District 142 View Details
Lyle Rowland Missouri House District 155 View Details
Rory Rowland Missouri House District 29 View Details
Joe Runions Missouri House District 37 View Details
Becky Ruth Missouri House District 114 View Details
Nick Schroer Missouri House District 107 View Details
Dan Shaul Missouri House District 113 View Details
Noel J. Shull Missouri House District 16 View Details
Lindell Shumake Missouri House District 5 View Details
Clem Smith Missouri House District 85 View Details
Cody Smith Missouri House District 163 View Details
Chrissy Sommer Missouri House District 106 View Details
Bryan Spencer Missouri House District 63 View Details
Dan Stacy Missouri House District 31 View Details
Mike Stephens Missouri House District 128 View Details
Martha Stevens Missouri House District 46 View Details
Kathryn "Kathy" Swan Missouri House District 147 View Details
Nate Tate Missouri House District 119 View Details
Jered Taylor Missouri House District 139 View Details
Cheri Toalson Reisch Missouri House District 44 View Details
Curtis D. Trent Missouri House District 133 View Details
Sarah Unsicker Missouri House District 91 View Details
Rob Vescovo Missouri House District 112 View Details
Cora Faith Walker Missouri House District 74 View Details
Joe Adams Missouri House District 86 View Details
Justin Alferman Missouri House District 61 View Details
Ira Anders Missouri House District 21 View Details
Sonya Murray Anderson Missouri House District 131 View Details
Allen Andrews Missouri House District 1 View Details
Lauren Arthur Missouri House District 18 View Details
Kevin Austin Missouri House District 136 View Details
Kurt Bahr Missouri House District 102 View Details
Gretchen Bangert Missouri House District 69 View Details
Donna Mc Baringer Missouri House District 82 View Details
Jason "Jay" Barnes Missouri House District 60 View Details
Jerome Barnes Missouri House District 28 View Details
Charles "Chuck" Basye Missouri House District 47 View Details
Nathan Beard Missouri House District 52 View Details
Doug Beck Missouri House District 92 View Details
Mike Bernskoetter Missouri House District 59 View Details
T.J. Berry Missouri House District 38 View Details
Rusty Black Missouri House District 7 View Details
Jack Bondon Missouri House District 56 View Details
Rick Brattin Missouri House District 55 View Details
Cloria Brown Missouri House District 94 View Details
Richard Brown Missouri House District 27 View Details
Wanda Brown Missouri House District 57 View Details
Ingrid Y. Burnett Missouri House District 19 View Details
Bob Burns Missouri House District 93 View Details
Michael Butler Missouri House District 79 View Details
Jon Carpenter Missouri House District 15 View Details
Jason Chipman Missouri House District 120 View Details
Phil Christofanelli Missouri House District 105 View Details
Kathie Conway Missouri House District 104 View Details
Pat Conway Missouri House District 10 View Details
Steve Cookson Missouri House District 153 View Details
Kevin Corlew Missouri House District 14 View Details
Robert Cornejo Missouri House District 64 View Details
Gary L. Cross Missouri House District 35 View Details
Courtney Allen Curtis Missouri House District 73 View Details
Paul Curtman Missouri House District 109 View Details
Charlie Davis Missouri House District 162 View Details
Bruce DeGroot Missouri House District 101 View Details
Shamed Dogan Missouri House District 98 View Details
Dean A. Dohrman Missouri House District 51 View Details
J. Eggleston Missouri House District 2 View Details
Mark Ellebracht Missouri House District 17 View Details
Brandon Ellington Missouri House District 22 View Details
Kevin Engler Missouri House District 116 View Details
Jean Evans Missouri House District 99 View Details
Scott M. Fitzpatrick Missouri House District 158 View Details
Travis Fitzwater Missouri House District 49 View Details
Lyndall Fraker Missouri House District 137 View Details
Rick Francis Missouri House District 145 View Details
Diane Franklin Missouri House District 123 View Details
Nathan "Nate" Belt Walker Missouri House District 3 View Details
Sara Walsh Missouri House District 50 View Details
Barbara Anne Washington Missouri House District 23 View Details
Alfred "Fred" J. Wessels Missouri House District 81 View Details
William "Bill" White Missouri House District 161 View Details
John D. Wiemann Missouri House District 103 View Details
Kenneth Wilson Missouri House District 12 View Details
David Wood Missouri House District 58 View Details
Caleb Rowden Missouri Senate District 19 View Details
Dan W. Brown Missouri Senate District 16 View Details
Maria N. Chappelle-Nadal Missouri Senate District 14 View Details
Mike Cierpiot Missouri Senate District 8 View Details
Sandy Crawford Missouri Senate District 28 View Details
Mike Cunningham Missouri Senate District 33 View Details
Shalonn "Kiki" Curls Missouri Senate District 9 View Details
Bob Dixon Missouri Senate District 30 View Details
William "Bill" Eigel Missouri Senate District 23 View Details
Ed Emery Missouri Senate District 31 View Details
Daniel Hegeman Missouri Senate District 12 View Details
Jason R. Holsman Missouri Senate District 7 View Details
Denny L. Hoskins Missouri Senate District 21 View Details
Jacob "Jake" W. Hummel Missouri Senate District 4 View Details
Mike Kehoe Missouri Senate District 6 View Details
Andrew Koenig Missouri Senate District 15 View Details
Douglas "Doug" Libla Missouri Senate District 25 View Details
Brian Munzlinger Missouri Senate District 18 View Details
Jamilah Nasheed Missouri Senate District 5 View Details
Robert "Bob" Frank Onder, Jr. Missouri Senate District 2 View Details
Jeanie Riddle Missouri Senate District 10 View Details
John Joseph Rizzo Missouri Senate District 11 View Details
Gary Romine Missouri Senate District 3 View Details
David A. Sater Missouri Senate District 29 View Details
Rob Schaaf Missouri Senate District 34 View Details
Dave Schatz Missouri Senate District 26 View Details
Jill Seltzer Schupp Missouri Senate District 24 View Details
Richard "Scott" Prescott Sifton, Jr. Missouri Senate District 1 View Details
Wayne Wallingford Missouri Senate District 27 View Details
Gina Walsh Missouri Senate District 13 View Details
Jay Wasson Missouri Senate District 20 View Details
Paul Wieland Missouri Senate District 22 View Details
Ronald "Ron" F. Richard Missouri Senate District 32 View Details

Bills from this Session

SRB975

Repeals expired, ineffective, and obsolete statutory provisions

SR1591

Recognizes the 50th Anniversary of the federal Wild and Scenic Rivers Act

SR1590

Allows the St. Louis University civics class to use the Senate Chamber on May 7, 2018

SR1487

Proposes a change to Senate Rule 50

SR1343

Demands the Attorney General represent the Governor in a pending legal action involving the Sunshine Law

SR1272

Relating to Use of Chamber - 21st Century Leadership Academy

SR1271

Relating to the Employee Resolution

SR1270

Relating to Use of Chamber - Missouri Catholic Conference

SR1269

Relating to Use of Chamber - Missouri YMCA Youth in Government

SR1268

Relating to Use of Chamber - Silver Haired Legislature

SR1267

Relating to Use of Chamber - Missouri Youth Leadership Forum for Students with Disabilities

SR1266

Relating to Use of Chamber - Missouri Girls State

SR1138

Urges President Trump to issue a proclamation designating a state funeral for the last Medal of Honor recipient from World War II

SR1137

Modifies Senate Rule 25

SJR40

Creates new constitutional amendment relating to labor organizations

SJR39

Modifies Constitutional provisions relating to reapportionment of the General Assembly

SJR38

Prohibits a reapportionment official from accepting compensation from certain entities, but provides for such official's compensation

SJR37

Modifies Constitutional provisions relating to the General Assembly

SJR36

Authorizes a sales tax for law enforcement on state highways

SJR35

Requires the joint election of the Governor and Lt. Governor

SJR34

Allows for a property tax exemption for one hundred percent disabled veterans

SJR33

Prohibits implementation of any program providing a public benefit without an appropriation

SJR32

Requires certain statewide elected officials, members of the General Assembly, and judges to receive cost-of-living adjustments if such adjustments are provided to all state employees

SJR31

Places a cap on annual appropriations and reduces income tax rates based on revenue growth

SJR30

Eliminates income taxes and replaces them with an expanded sales and use tax

SJR29

Modifies term limits for members of the General Assembly

SJR28

Provides that a nonpartisan judicial commission shall submit to the governor a list of all qualified nominees, rather than a list of three nominees, to fill a judicial vacancy in a court under the nonpartisan court plan

SJR27

Modifies term limits and imposes a gift ban for members of the General Assembly

SJR26

Creates new constitutional provisions relating to campaign finance disclosure requirements

SJR25

Reduces the time period after which new members of an organization are allowed to manage a bingo game

SJR24

Modifies the number of members of the General Assembly and limits service in the General Assembly to sixteen years in any proportion between the House and Senate

SJR23

Allows for a property tax exemption for one hundred percent disabled veterans

SJR22

Requires the Senate, beginning January 1, 2019, to try all impeachments except for the impeachment of the Governor, which shall be tried by the Chief Justice of the Missouri Supreme Court

SJR21

Requires the question of whether to recall the county executive to be submitted to voters in St. Louis County

SJR20

Amends the Constitution to require that the sales tax dedicated to conservation purposes be resubmitted to the voters for approval every 10 years

SJR19

Modifies the membership composition and terms of service of the commissioners on the Conservation Commission

SCR55

Urges the Department of Health and Senior Services to encourage restaurants and food services industries to promote education and awareness about food allergies

SCR54

Urges the State to enforce, endorse, and recognize marriage as between one man and one woman

SCR53

Establishes the Joint Committee on the Review of the Plant Industries Division

SCR52

Recognizes the societal harms brought by pornography and the need for education, prevention, research, and policy change

SCR51

Designates September 1st every year as Scoliosis Awareness Day

SCR50

Requests the U.S. Congress to replace the statue of Thomas Hart Benton in the Statuary Hall of the U.S. Capitol with a statue of Harry S Truman

SCR49

Moves referendum election date for SS#2/SB 19

SCR48

Strongly urges the U.S. Congress to propose the State Powers Amendment to the U.S. Constitution

SCR47

Establishes the Task Force on Trauma-informed Care for Veterans

SCR46

Urges the members of the Missouri General Assembly to oppose any statewide vote or legislative mandate on governmental reorganization regarding St. Louis City and County

SCR45

Designates the third week of every June as Pollinator Week

SCR44

Declares youth violence a public health epidemic

SCR43

Urges the Missouri Public Service Commission to reaffirm state policies relating to natural gas hedging

SCR42

Calls upon the Missouri United States Senators to support Senate Bill 120, relating to the declassification of missing Armed Forces personnel records, and aid in the resolution of the cases of unaccounted Missouri service members

SCR41

Ratifies the Equal Rights Amendment to the United States Constitution

SCR40

Applies to Congress for the calling of an Article V convention of states to propose an amendment to the United States Constitution regarding term limits for members of Congress

SCR39

Urges the President and Congress to maintain and strengthen the North American Free Trade Agreement

SCR38

Recognizes the Gold Star Families Memorial Monument on the College of the Ozarks campus as the official Gold Star Families Memorial Monument of Missouri

SCR37

Endorses the Bangert Island Riverfront Transformational Project by the General Assembly

SCR36

Designates the month of August as Shingles Awareness and Prevention Month

SCR35

Designates November 2018 as Diabetes and Cardiovascular Awareness Month

SCR34

Urges the United States Congress to propose the Regulation Freedom Amendment to the U.S. Constitution

SCR33

Urges the federal government to return certain lands to western states where such lands are located

SCR32

Requests Congress to call an Article V Convention of the States

SCR31

Supports the rules and procedures adopted by the Assembly of State Legislatures in the event that an Article V Convention of the States is called

SCR30

Establishes the Joint Committee on Solid Waste Management District Operations

SCR29

Establishes the Joint Committee on the Transition of the St. Louis Public School District

SCR28

Calls on the Chinese Government to end the practice of organ harvesting from prisoners

SCR27

Establishes the Task Force on Retail Electric Competition

SB999

Designates certain memorial infrastructure

SB998

Allows the Director of the Department of Agriculture to waive certain fuel standard requirements

SB997

Modifies provisions relating to background checks for certain in-home service providers

SB996

Modifies the jury instructions in first degree murder cases

SB995

Establishes an Advisory Council on Rare Diseases and Personalized Medicine

SB994

Creates new provisions relating to the internal operations of state government

SB993

Authorizes the St. Louis City Treasurer to create an Office of Financial Empowerment

SB992

Modifies provisions relating to adoption and post adoption contact agreements

SB991

Allows for a patient's designation of a caregiver to provide care following discharge from a hospital or ambulatory surgical center

SB990

Modifies provisions relating to the attachment of school districts to community college districts

SB989

Provides a sales tax exemption for the purchase of certain utilities for food preparation

SB988

Requires licensing authorities to waive all occupational fees and fees from licensing requirements for the first year of licensure for low-income families, military families, and young workers

SB987

Modifies provisions relating to public contracts for purchasing supplies

SB986

Authorizes school boards to provide certain information about influenza and influenza vaccines to parents and guardians of students

SB985

Modifies provisions relating to background checks for child care providers

SB984

Specifies that the State Highways and Transportation Commission shall consider veteran-owned small businesses to be disadvantaged business enterprises for purposes of highway construction contracts and associated reporting

SB983

Modifies provisions of the criminal code relating to drunk boating and driving, proof of insurance while driving, privacy, the assessment of fees, and drug related offenses

SB982

Enacts provisions relating to payments for health care services

SB981

Modifies provisions relating to methods of self-insurance for workers' compensation

SB980

Requires the state to reimburse the county for court costs in certain probate hearings

SB979

Requires potable water in certain elementary school buildings to be tested for lead

SB978

Establishes the Environmental Restoration Corporation Act

SB977

Prohibits misrepresenting a product as meat that is not derived from harvested production livestock or poultry

SB976

Creates a process for establishing and operating domestic violence fatality review panels

SB974

Modifies the law relating to the establishment, charging, and appeals of lesser included offenses

SB973

Modifies salaries for certain police officers in Kansas City

SB972

Establishes the “Missouri Energy Freedom Act” and the “Alternative Regulation for Electrical Corporations Act”

SB971

Modifies provisions relating to termination of parental rights

SB970

Requires a person who has been found guilty of driving while intoxicated to complete a victim impact program approved by the court

SB969

Relating to vendors of consumer-directed services

SB968

Creates the Missouri Electricity Bill Reduction Assistance Act

SB967

Establishes the “Litigation Financing Consumer Protection Act”

SB966

Modifies provisions relating to the administration of the criminal justice system

SB965

Modifies provisions relating to the "Hand-Up Program" and child care subsidies

SB964

Creates an advisory council to make recommendations to the State Board of Education regarding assessments and learning standards for certain students

SB963

Creates new provisions providing for expedited purchasing processes for innovative technology

SB962

Modifies provisions of law relating to payments made by insurance companies

SB961

Extends the expiration date of the Petroleum Storage Tank Insurance Fund from December 31, 2020 to December 31, 2030

SB960

Modifies provisions relating to the administration of eye drops to newborn infants

SB959

Modifies provisions of the Credit User Protection Law

SB958

Directs the Attorney General to establish an electronic tracking system to monitor sexual assault collection kits

SB957

Establishes the Consumer Legal Funding Model Act

SB956

Modifies provisions of law relating to transportation infrastructure financing

SB955

Modifies provisions relating to reductions in automobile insurance coverage

SB954

Allows individuals found guilty of certain offenses of unlawful use of a weapon to expunge records relating to such offense

SB953

Modifies provisions relating to the schedules of controlled substances

SB952

Prohibits a website operator from intentionally using an internet domain name in a ticket website’s URL that contains certain information

SB951

Modifies provisions relating to health care

SB950

Allows the Missouri Dental Board to create and issue dental faculty permits

SB949

Establishes a reading intervention program for students in kindergarten to third grade

SB948

Requires certain MO HealthNet participants to comply with work and community engagement requirements

SB947

Modifies provisions relating to powers of appointment and trust protectors

SB946

Modifies provisions relating to trusts, powers of appointment, and gifts in fraud of marital rights and establishes the Missouri Fiduciary Access to Digital Assets Act

SB945

Creates the Bill of Rights for the Homeless

SB944

Allows state departments to save funds for certain technology purchases

SB943

Modifies provisions of the Missouri Preneed Funeral Contract Act

SB942

Modifies provisions relating to trust accounts that are health savings accounts and when a trustee may terminate a trust because the value of the trust is deemed insufficient

SB941

Requires counties and municipalities to engage in floodplain management

SB940

Requires ballot questions abolishing township forms of county government to include a provision for road and bridge funding

SB939

Establishes the Missouri Earned Income Tax Credit Act

SB938

Modifies the definitions of “meat” and “meat product” to include captive cervids for purposes of the Meat Inspection Program

SB937

Repeals the Strengthening Missouri Families Act

SB936

Modifies provisions relating to tax increment financing

SB935

Requires board members of public water supply districts to complete training within 180 days of being elected or appointed to each term of office

SB934

Changes the statute of limitations for personal injury claims from five years to three years

SB933

Modifies provisions relating to property assessed clean energy (PACE)

SB932

Extends the sunset on certain healthcare provider reimbursement allowance taxes

SB931

Authorizes Missouri to become a member state of the Recognition of EMS Personnel Licensure Interstate Compact

SB930

Modifies provisions of law relating to guardians ad litem

SB929

Creates a regulatory scheme for transportation sensors

SB928

Modifies provisions relating to health insurer reimbursement practices

SB927

Modifies provisions relating to the prevailing hourly rate of wages

SB926

Licenses persons performing radio-logic imaging or administering radiation therapy and establishes the Missouri Radio-logic Imaging and Radiation Therapy Board of Examiners

SB925

Classifies urban and community gardens as agricultural and horticultural property

SB924

Authorizes the granting of a visiting scholars certificate to teachers in public schools

SB923

Modifies provisions of law relating to the Address Confidentiality Program

SB922

Establishes the “Missouri Rural Broadband Development Fund" to be used for the expansion of broadband internet access in rural areas

SB921

Creates certain provisions relating to elementary and secondary education

SB920

Modifies provisions relating to immunity of real estate licensees

SB919

Modifies provisions relating to licenses to operate motor vehicles

SB918

Prohibits political subdivisions from prohibiting working animals

SB917

Modifies provisions relating to coal ash

SB916

Prohibits school districts from setting an opening date for the school term that is more than ten calendar days prior to the first Monday in September

SB915

Modifies provisions relating to contingency fee contracts entered into by the state

SB914

Specifies that agreement to receive notice and correspondence regarding portable electronics insurance by electronic means shall be determined in accordance with the Uniform Electronic Transactions Act

SB913

Modifies provisions relating to the duties of the Children's Division

SB912

Changes the cap on tuition and fees charged at public higher education institutions

SB911

Creates immunity from liability for the transmission of animal pathogens on fairgrounds

SB910

Modifies Blind Pension Fund eligibility and payment calculations

SB909

Modifies provisions regarding notice of sale of real estate, powers of appointment, no-contest clauses in trust instruments and trust protectors, and establishes the Missouri Fiduciary Access to Digital Assets Act

SB908

Modifies provisions relating to insurance guaranty associations

SB907

Authorizes the conveyance of a certain state properties

SB906

Modifies provisions of law relating to health care facilities and certificates of need

SB905

Modifies provisions relating to a school district's tax rate

SB904

Modifies provisions relating to teacher employment

SB903

Modifies provisions relating to operation of motor vehicles

SB902

Allows the Firemen's Retirement System of the City of St. Louis to form agreements with other public retirement systems so that members may transfer creditable service

SB901

Reauthorizes two prostate cancer pilot programs

SB900

Modifies provisions relating to activities extended to persons found guilty of certain criminal offenses

SB899

Creates new provisions relating to password protection

SB898

Modifies provisions relating to course access in education

SB897

Modifies provisions relating to the taxation of partnerships

SB896

Allows any taxpayer of the state of Missouri to initiate an action pursuant to grievance procedures at any state college or university in the state of Missouri

SB895

Modifies the amount of interest that can be collected on a judgment balance in civil actions

SB894

Establishes a statewide STEM career awareness program and enacts new provisions of law related to computer science

SB893

Modifies the initiative and referendum process

SB892

Modifies provisions of the retirement system for prosecuting and circuit attorneys

SB891

Designates the week beginning the second Saturday in October as "Buy Missouri Week"

SB890

Establishes procedures for obtaining certain information for a child abuse or neglect investigation and modifies procedures relating to termination of parental rights

SB889

Authorizes a fire protection district to continue to provide services to areas annexed by certain municipalities

SB888

Modifies provisions relating to criminal history records

SB887

Establishes the First-Time Home Buyer Savings Account Act and a corresponding income tax deduction

SB886

Modifies several provisions relating to fantasy sports

SB885

Authorizes the City of Centralia to impose a sales tax for public safety

SB884

Modifies provisions relating to taxation

SB883

Designates the month of February as “Earthquake Awareness Month”

SB882

Modifies provisions of the Missouri Higher Education Savings Program

SB881

Modifies provisions of law relating to special license plates

SB880

Requires a tax rate ceiling adjustment after the expiration of a temporary levy increase

SB879

Allows enrollment in a health benefit plan by a pregnant person under certain circumstances

SB878

Permits law enforcement agencies to request the assistance of other officers of other law enforcement agencies

SB877

Modifies provisions relating to the publication of notice of the sale of real estate

SB876

Modifies provisions relating to non-elections

SB875

Requires the reporting of firearms lost or stolen in the City of St. Louis

SB874

Allows citizens to summon a grand jury by filing a petition with the court

SB873

Requires the State Board of Education of convene a work group about a ninth grade course on career readiness

SB872

Enacts provisions relating to motor vehicle franchises

SB871

Modifies provisions relating to the cost of a court reporter to prepare transcripts and judicial positions in certain circuits

SB870

Modifies provisions of law relating to emergency medical services

SB869

Modifies provisions relating to employment security

SB868

Exempts from property tax land that is an out-of-service rail corridor being used as a trail under federal law

SB867

Authorizes the Gasconade R-II school district, which crosses county boundaries, to use the county that yields the highest dollar value modifier under the school foundation formula

SB866

Requires the Division of State Parks to maintain the fence coinciding with the boundary between individual landowner property and the historic Missouri Rock Island railroad corridor

SB865

Expands the commercial zone of Kansas City to include the city of Holden and certain roadways

SB864

Allows private employers to grant employment preferences to veterans

SB863

Modifies provisions relating to Medicaid per diem reimbursement rates

SB862

Modifies provisions relating to electrical contractors

SB861

Modifies provisions relating to following distance for vehicles traveling at electronically coordinated speeds

SB860

Modifies provisions relating to short-term major medical insurance

SB859

Modifies provisions relating to tax increment financing

SB858

Modifies provisions of law relating to investigations of child abuse or neglect

SB857

Modifies provisions of law relating to the placement of children

SB856

Modifies provisions relating to the Public School Retirement System of Kansas City

SB855

Requires the State Board of Education to assign classification designations to charter schools in the same manner as school districts are assigned such designations

SB854

Modifies provisions relating to emergency communication services

SB853

Prohibits political subdivisions from regulating auxiliary containers

SB852

Requires health insurers to update their electronic and paper dental services provider materials available to plan members and potential members

SB851

Modifies the law relating to orders issued by juvenile courts

SB850

Modifies provisions of law relating to record retention of child abuse or neglect investigation reports

SB849

Prohibits public bodies from entering into certain contracts

SB848

Modifies the membership of the Board for Certification of Interpreters

SB847

Enacts provisions relating to traffic enforcement

SB846

Requires certain health care professionals to complete two hours of suicide prevention training as a condition of initial licensure and as a condition of license renewal

SB845

Modifies the membership and duties of the Task Force on the Prevention of Sexual Abuse of Children

SB844

Transfers certain appointment powers to the Director of the Division of Professional Registration

SB843

Modifies the composition, duties or repeals outright certain administrative boards, commissions, and councils

SB842

Modifies provisions relating to transportation

SB841

Modifies provisions relating to intoxicating liquor

SB840

Modifies provisions relating to dietitians

SB839

Establishes the Social Innovation Grant Program

SB838

Modifies provisions relating to school bus drivers

SB837

Establishes the Uniform Small Wireless Facility Deployment Act

SB836

Makes technical corrections to language relating to the taxation of nonresident income

SB835

Establishes legislative procedures for regulating previously unregulated professions

SB834

Modifies provisions relating to alcohol trade practices

SB833

Modifies the definition of "electric plant" to include electric vehicle charging stations

SB832

Modifies provisions relating to tort actions, specifically unlawful merchandising practices, products liability claims, and venue requirements

SB831

Modifies laws regarding arbitration agreements between employers and at-will employees

SB830

Creates the Nuclear Power Plant Security Guard Act

SB829

Modifies provisions relating to the practice of public accounting

SB828

Creates a process for reducing bias in policing

SB827

Modifies the law relating to fees for copies of birth, death, and marriage certificates for certain individuals

SB826

Modifies provisions relating to pharmacy, including drug disposal, prescription limitations for controlled substances, and vaccine protocols

SB825

Modifies provisions relating to limitations on prescribing opioids

SB824

Modifies provisions relating to nurses

SB823

Modifies provisions of the Missouri Clean Water Law

SB822

Allows evidence of failure to wear a seatbelt to prove comparative negligence or to mitigate damages

SB821

Modifies membership of the Missouri State Board of Nursing

SB820

Modifies provisions relating to broadband communications services provided by rural electric cooperatives

SB819

Modifies provisions of law relating to foster care case management and criminal background checks

SB818

Modifies provisions relating to Medicaid per diem reimbursement rates

SB817

Modifies provisions relating to the disposition of impounded animals

SB816

Modifies the civil penalty for violating certain underground facility safety standards

SB815

Modifies the civil penalty for violating federally mandated natural gas safety standards

SB814

Modifies provisions relating to driver's licenses for persons who are deaf or hard of hearing

SB813

Modifies the offense of peace disturbance and allows a civil action against a person who commits the offense of peace disturbance and obstructs a highway or access to emergency medical services

SB812

Allows eligible persons to register multiple vehicles with disabled veteran license plates

SB811

Enacts provisions relating to automated driving systems

SB810

Requires school districts to make information relating to their annual operating budget publicly available

SB809

Requires a defendant served after the statute of limitations has expired for wrongful death or medical negligence claims to be served within one hundred eighty days after the petition has been filed

SB808

Modifies provisions relating to the transfer of intoxicating liquor

SB807

Modifies provisions relating to degree offerings at public institutions of higher education

SB806

Modifies various provisions regarding guardianship and conservator proceedings

SB805

Allows minors to contract to open a bank account

SB804

Reauthorizes the Donated Food tax credit and expands such credit to include donations to soup kitchens and homeless shelters

SB803

Limits the use of physical restraints on pregnant or postpartum offenders

SB802

Modifies provisions relating to women's and minority business enterprises

SB801

Modifies minimum wage law

SB800

Modifies provisions relating to termination of parental rights and consent to adopt petitions in juvenile courts

SB799

Allows a parent, guardian, or conservator to request a security freeze from a consumer credit reporting agency on behalf of their child

SB798

Modifies provisions relating to libraries

SB797

Creates a certification process for individuals and organizations engaged in animal care training

SB796

Modifies provisions relating to the licensure of health care professionals

SB795

Modifies provisions relating to termination of parental rights

SB794

Modifies provisions relating to gubernatorial appointments

SB793

Requires children under the age of 18 to be prosecuted for most criminal offenses in juvenile courts unless the child is certified as an adult

SB792

Creates a procedure for the expungement of criminal records relating to prostitution

SB791

Provides that knowingly inciting another to commit suicide is involuntary manslaughter in the second degree

SB790

Creates provisions relating to the registering of roofing contractors

SB789

Creates the Missouri Care Counts Program to provide funding to public schools in St. Louis to purchase washing machines and dryers

SB788

Requires course materials and instruction relating to human sexuality and sexually transmitted diseases to contain information about sexual harassment, sexual violence, and consent

SB787

Establishes the Missouri Senior Farmers' Market Nutrition Program

SB786

Modifies provisions relating to "whistle-blower's" protection for public employees

SB785

Creates provisions relating to student mental health at public institutions of higher education

SB784

Modifies the prohibition on certain use of electronic wireless communication devices while operating a motor vehicle

SB783

Establishes the Missouri Promise Scholarship Act

SB782

Modifies provisions relating to the Department of Natural Resources

SB781

Establishes notice procedures for potential adverse action against a State Board of Registration for the Healing Arts licensee who is delinquent on state taxes or has failed to file state income tax returns in the last three years

SB780

Allows certain people to enter abandoned property to secure it, remove trash and graffiti, and maintain the grounds, and provides immunity from civil and criminal liability

SB779

Modifies provisions of law relating to long-term care certificates of need

SB778

Provides that an insurer who deposits the limits of coverage amount with the court shall not be liable for an amount in excess of the insurer's contractual coverage limits in an interpleader action

SB777

Sets a maximum of fourteen days of state reimbursement to county governments who hold certain prisoners who are not charged with dangerous felonies or murder

SB776

Modifies provisions relating to the administration of vaccines

SB775

Extends the sunset on certain healthcare provider reimbursement allowance taxes, modifies the hospital reimbursement allowance tax, and modifies the managed care reimbursement allowance tax

SB774

Modifies provisions relating to vacancies in certain elected offices

SB773

Modifies provisions relating to taxation

SB772

Excludes funds designated by taxpayers in an urban district as early childhood education funds from the local tax revenue calculation used to provide funding to charter schools that declared themselves as a local education agency

SB771

Creates new provisions regulating the use of payroll deduction options for public employees

SB770

Modifies competitive bidding requirements applicable to counties

SB769

Modifies provisions relating to financial transactions by public entities

SB768

Allows telephone companies to select an alternate method of property tax assessment

SB767

Creates the Missouri Video Lottery Control Act

SB766

Provides that a motorcycle, motortricycle, or motorized bicycle may be operated on the shoulder of a roadway under certain circumstances

SB765

Creates new provisions relating to reports issued by the State Auditor

SB764

Prohibits public higher education institutions from requiring students or potential students complete the free application for federal student aid

SB763

Establishes a workers' compensation claims database

SB762

Establishes the Narcotics Control Act

SB761

Provides that any person convicted of poaching a turkey, white-tailed deer, black bear, or elk illegally may be required to provide restitution to the state

SB760

Requires employees and volunteers of specified public and private institutions to receive an influenza vaccination every year

SB759

Prohibits public higher education institutions from raising the tuition rate charged to Missouri resident undergraduate and graduate students for four years from the date the student enrolls at the institution

SB758

Modifies provisions relating to discounts offered by manufacturers and retailers for purchasing nonalcoholic merchandise and intoxicating liquor

SB757

Authorizes the addition of Franklin County to the interstate compact creating the Bi-state Metropolitan Development District

SB756

Modifies certain provisions relating to county recording fees

SB755

Modifies provisions relating to the operation of motor vehicles while using electronic devices

SB754

Creates new provisions allowing for the creation of benefit corporations

SB753

Bars discrimination based on sexual orientation or gender identity

SB752

Modifies provisions relating to boat passengers

SB751

Repeals the requirement for the Department of Transportation to participate in arbitration as a defendant at the request of the plaintiff in a tort claim

SB750

Creates the offense of filing false documents

SB749

Modifies provisions relating to the operation of motor vehicles while using electronic devices

SB748

Allows courts to depart from a statutorily required minimum prison term when sentencing a defendant

SB747

Modifies retirement benefits for newly elected members of the General Assembly and statewide elected officials

SB746

Creates provisions relating to the practice of animal chiropractic

SB745

Modifies provisions relating to advanced practice registered nurses in collaborative practice agreements

SB744

Requires health carriers and health care providers to establish and participate in comparable health care service incentive programs

SB743

Modifies provisions relating to elementary and secondary education

SB742

Creates a process by which courts may issue a certificate of exemplary conduct and good moral character to certain offenders

SB741

Prohibits the use of a vaccine containing mercury as administered to a child or adult in MIssouri

SB740

Requires courts to explain certain consequences of pleading guilty before such a plea may be accepted

SB739

Creates a right to unpaid leave for employees that are affected by domestic violence

SB738

Modifies the law relating to consumer credit interest rates

SB737

Establishes the Narcotics Control Act

SB736

Creates new provisions related to conditioning eligibility for certain contracts

SB735

Modifies provisions relating to workers' compensation premiums

SB734

Increases the motor fuel tax from $0.17/gallon to $0.27/gallon

SB733

Establishes the Psychology Inter-jurisdictional Compact

SB732

Exempts awards from personal injury lawsuits from attachment and execution in bankruptcy

SB731

Provides for the expansion of MO HealthNet services beginning January 1, 2019

SB730

Establishes the Rate Case Modernization Act

SB729

Increases various fines and fees that can be fined or charged during a coroner's inquest

SB728

Modifies provisions relating to early childhood education

SB727

Requires that the comprehensive state energy plan be reviewed by the Division of Energy by January 1, 2019, and biennially thereafter, and updated if necessary

SB726

Provides that no public school shall be a member of a statewide activities association if such association prohibits a home school student from participating in any event or activity offered by a public school in the school district in which the student resides

SB725

Creates the "Academic Freedom and Whistleblower Protection Act"

SB724

Prohibits certain selective abortions relating to sex, race, or Down Syndrome

SB723

Requires hospitals to adopt and implement evidence-based sepsis protocols

SB722

Requires the Department of Health and Senior Services to conduct a study regarding the importation of certain prescription drugs by the state

SB721

Modifies the statute of limitations for certain claims under workers' compensation

SB720

Creates the Missouri Radon Awareness Act

SB719

Requires long-term care facilities to institute policies facilitating familial involvement in the well-being and support of its residents

SB718

Modifies provisions relating to maintenance medication

SB717

Designates the first day for firearms deer season as a holiday

SB716

Increases penalties for assault on a law enforcement animal and exempts police dogs from certain statutes relating to harm caused by animals

SB715

Modifies the law relating to foster care and adoption records

SB714

Requires the use of a fetal heartbeat detection test prior to an abortion and prohibits an abortion if a fetal heartbeat is detected

SB713

Provides for the expansion of MO HealthNet services beginning January 1, 2019

SB712

Modifies provisions relating to child care facility licensure

SB711

Creates the offense of unlawful transfer of weapons for a licensed firearms dealer to deliver a handgun to a purchaser without waiting at least 24 hours

SB710

Defines the offense of driving with prohibited blood alcohol or drug content

SB709

Modifies the process by which travel hardships are granted to public school pupils

SB708

Increases the minimum motor vehicle liability coverage a driver must carry for others' property when operating a motor vehicle

SB707

Modifies provisions relating to vehicle sales

SB706

Extends the expiration of the lead-acid battery fee from December 31, 2018, to December 31, 2023

SB705

Modifies provisions relating to rate adjustments outside of general rate proceedings for certain public utilities

SB704

Modifies provisions relating to political subdivisions

SB703

Modifies bidding procedures for state purchasing from qualified organizations for the blind and sheltered workshops

SB702

Modifies provisions relating to availability of voter records

SB701

Indexes the Historic Preservation tax credit cap to inflation

SB700

Modifies provisions relating to employee wages

SB699

Modifies the ticket to work health assurance program

SB698

Requires all genetically modified meat and fish raised and sold in Missouri to be labeled as genetically modified

SB697

Reduces the time period after which new members of an organization are allowed to manage a bingo game

SB696

Enacts certain provisions relating to career and technical education

SB695

Modifies provisions relating to gubernatorial appointments

SB694

Establishes the Senior Services Growth and Development Program

SB693

Modifies the age in which a child can be prosecuted in the juvenile court system and procedures in guardianship and conservator proceedings

SB692

Modifies provisions regarding the revenue collected from certain municipal ordinance violations and municipal court procedure

SB691

Modifies provisions regarding insurance coverage of the cost to defend a claim in an administrative proceeding, proposed administrative rules affecting real property, and procedures for judicial review of action by a state agency

SB690

Requires that all school shower rooms, locker rooms, and restrooms accessible for use by multiple students shall be designated for and used by male or female students only

SB689

Prohibits a registered sex offender from living within one thousand feet of a former victim

SB688

Modifies the law relating to the prevailing hourly rate of wages

SB687

Modifies provisions relating to student transportation and allocation of school funds

SB686

Modifies the law relating to the investment policies of the state

SB685

Moves elections for streetlight maintenance district board members from the November general election to the April general municipal election

SB684

Creates new sub-districts in certain school districts

SB683

Modifies provisions relating to the transportation of construction cranes

SB682

Allows students enrolled in virtual institutions to participate in the Access Missouri Financial Assistance Program

SB681

Requires a student to receive instruction in Braille reading and writing as part of his or her individualized education plan unless instruction in Braille is determined not appropriate for the child

SB680

Modifies provisions relating to the minimum wage

SB679

Reduces the allowance given to certain taxpayers for the timely remittance of sales and withholding taxes

SB678

Provides that defendants in tort actions shall only be held severally liable and not jointly

SB677

Establishes legislative procedures for regulating previously unregulated professions

SB676

Requires not for profit entities and nonprofit corporations to make their financial statements available to the public if the entity enters into a contract or agreement with the state or any political subdivision

SB675

Reauthorizes the Champions for Children Tax Credit

SB674

Modifies several provisions relating to taxation

SB673

Creates new provisions relating to lobbying activities of educational professionals

SB672

Establishes the Supporting and Strengthening Families Act relating to guardianships using a power of attorney and modifies provisions regarding no-contest clauses in trust instruments

SB671

Repeals the 72-hour waiting period prior to an abortion

SB670

Requires organizations that provide pregnancy-related services to provide medically accurate information regarding reproductive health options in order to receive state funding

SB669

Modifies the provisions of law relating to campaign finance disclosure

SB668

Requires the Department of Elementary and Secondary Education to report certain information relating to virtual education

SB667

Increases the amount of the personal income tax cut and the business income deduction in current law

SB666

Creates new provisions relating to joint employers

SB665

Modifies the law relating to vacancies in the office of county commissioner

SB664

Allows retailers of intoxicating liquors to transport products to and from a designated central warehouse

SB663

Allows for an appropriation to cooperate with political subdivisions on land clearance projects related to tourism infrastructure facilities

SB662

Requires inclusion of information on traffic stops and constitutional rights in driver training programs and information provided to first-time license recipients

SB661

Authorizes legal counsel for the Department of Mental Health to have standing in certain hearings involving a person unable to stand trial due to lack of mental fitness

SB660

Modifies the law relating to mental health

SB659

Modifies provisions relating to the Department of Natural Resources

SB658

Modifies provisions relating to municipally owned utilities

SB657

Modifies provisions relating to landowners' obligation to control brush adjacent to county roads

SB656

Applies the offense of unlawful possession of firearms to certain additional categories of individuals in possession of firearms

SB655

Removes the statutes of limitation on prosecutions involving certain offenses against children

SB654

Requires every individual who is 17 years or older and is arrested for a felony offense to provide a biological sample for DNA profiling. Creates a procedure for certain persons who have had their samples collected to request expungement

SB653

Allows the sheriff of the City of St. Louis to appoint deputies and assistants without the approval of a majority of circuit court judges of the City of St. Louis

SB652

Modifies provisions relating to county sheriffs

SB651

Creates certain policies relating to police-worn cameras, funding, and stored data

SB650

Corrects the description of St. Francois County in a provision of law regarding expenditures from a county’s special road and bridge tax

SB649

Modifies the per ton fee that is paid to the Division of Fire Safety for the use of explosives under the Missouri Blasting Safety Act

SB648

Requires certain school districts to have a process that allows parents to appeal a determination that their child does not qualify for a gifted education program and to establish a policy for acceleration for certain students

SB647

Requires elder abuse investigators to provide specified written materials to alleged perpetrators

SB646

Enacts provisions relating to advanced practice registered nurses

SB645

Modifies provisions of law relating to child custody arrangements

SB644

Creates new provisions relating to unclaimed property

SB643

Requires the State Board of Education to develop a simplified annual school report card for each school attendance center

SB642

Modifies provisions relating to ratemaking for public utilities

SB641

Allows a court to place a person on electronic monitoring with victim notification if a person has been charged with, or found guilty of, violating an order of protection

SB640

Allows students to possess and self-apply sunscreen at school without a parent or physician's approval

SB639

This act lowers, from fifty to twenty-five, the minimum number of members an association must have in order to purchase group health insurance

SB638

Extends the sunset on certain healthcare provider reimbursement allowance taxes

SB637

Modifies the minimum wage laws

SB636

Requires St. Louis City and St. Louis County to increase the number of contracts awarded to women's and minority business enterprises

SB635

Creates the crimes of failing to stop illegal firearm possession, negligent storage of a firearm, and failure to notify a school of firearm ownership

SB634

Allows Greene County and any city within the county to propose a sales tax for the purpose of early childhood education programs

SB633

Modifies the duties and functions of the Joint Committee on Legislative Research

SB632

Modifies provisions relating to tax credits for contributions to certain benevolent organizations

SB631

Creates a tax credit for contributions to certain benevolent organizations

SB630

Modifies the language relating to agreements that may be entered into by municipalities who participate in industrial development projects

SB629

Modifies provisions relating to tax increment financing

SB628

Allows employees of soil and water conservation districts to become members of the Missouri Local Government Employees' Retirement System

SB627

Modifies provisions relating to agriculture

SB626

Extends the period during which an annual fee shall be collected from businesses dealing in petroleum products

SB625

Modifies certain sales and use tax exemptions

SB624

Modifies provisions relating to outdoor advertising

SB623

Modifies provisions relating to foreclosure proceeds

SB622

Establishes the "Alexandra and Brayden Anderson Electric Shock Drowning Prevention Act"

SB621

Modifies provisions relating to workers' compensation for firefighters

SB620

Modifies and creates new provisions relating to unlawful discriminatory practices

SB619

Allows the Highways and Transportation Commission to issue bonds to finance transportation infrastructure

SB618

Modifies provisions related to charter schools

SB617

Modifies several provisions relating to taxation

SB616

Prohibits law enforcement and emergency personnel peer support specialists from disclosing confidential information

SB615

Establishes the Missouri Earned Income Tax Credit Act

SB614

Modifies provisions relating to lobbyist expenditures

SB613

Provides that the practice of cosmetology does not include hair braiding

SB612

Creates provisions relating to alternative education options for elementary and secondary education students

SB611

Modifies several provisions relating to taxation

SB610

Prohibits an individual from participating in the supplemental nutrition assistance program if he or she is delinquent in child support

SB609

Repeals the law pertaining to prevailing wage

SB608

Modifies provisions regarding sovereign immunity and the liability of property owners when criminal conduct occurs on the property

SB607

Creates new provisions of law relating to leave from employment

SB606

Creates a tax credit for upgrades to emergency generators

SB605

Modifies provisions relating to unlawful discriminatory practices in housing

SB604

Requires the posting of certain information regarding human trafficking

SB603

Modifies provisions relating to virtual education

SB602

Creates new provisions relating to public sector collective bargaining

SB601

Modifies provisions relating to maximum medical fees under workers' compensation laws

SB600

Enacts new provisions relating to professional employer organizations

SB599

Modifies the law pertaining to prevailing wage

SB598

Allows the Department of Transportation to establish a utility corridor

SB597

Modifies provisions relating to fees for insurance services

SB596

Provides that a person who is injured by a product has 10 years after the sale or lease of the product to bring a suit for damages

SB595

Repeals the death penalty

SB594

Exempts certain types of commercial insurance lines from filing requirements with respect to rates, rate plans, modifications, and manuals

SB593

Enacts provisions relating to financial solvency of insurance companies

SB592

Modifies several provisions relating to elections

SB591

Implements a cap on the Low Income Housing Tax Credit

SB590

Modifies the Historic Preservation Tax Credit

SB589

Increases penalties for the distribution of heroin

SB588

Imposes a gift ban for the members of the General Assembly and their candidate committees

SB587

Modifies several provisions relating to elementary and secondary education

SB586

Creates the Joint Committee on Disaster Preparedness and Awareness

SB585

Modifies provisions relating to unlawful discriminatory practices

SB584

Modifies provisions relating to civil war property

SB583

Modifies provisions relating to boarding of prisoners

SB582

Requires school districts to report breaches of data containing personal information of students to parents, the Department of Elementary and Secondary Education, and the State Auditor

SB581

Repeals provisions requiring a landlord to keep security deposits in a trust and authorizes the right to a trial de novo in rent and possession actions

SB580

Allows legally required notice to be published on a website established and maintained by the Secretary of State

SB579

Modifies provisions relating to certain crimes against emergency service providers

SB578

Modifies laws regarding arbitration agreements between employers and at-will employees

SB577

Modifies provisions relating to degree offerings at public institutions of higher education

SB576

Modifies provisions relating to course access in education

SB575

Provides that a managed care plan's network is adequate if the health carrier is accredited by the Accreditation Association for Ambulatory Health Care

SB574

Modifies mandated reporting requirements for abuse or neglect victims in long-term care facilities and provisions relating to background checks for in-home providers

SB573

Modifies several provisions relating to the armed services

SB572

Modifies provisions relating to public utilities

SB571

Allows high school students to fulfill one unit of academic credit with a computer science course for any required math or science unit

SB570

Modifies provisions relating to workers' compensation for firefighters

SB569

Provides a trustee immunity from liability for the loss of trust property due to the investment decisions of another person or investment committee

SB568

Modifies provisions relating to salaries for certain county officials

SB567

Modifies provisions relating to tax credits and funds for vulnerable populations

SB566

Requires the Senate to try all impeachments except for the impeachment of the Governor, which shall be tried by the Chief Justice of the Missouri Supreme Court

SB565

Establishes the Missouri Empowerment Scholarship Accounts Program

SB564

Modifies provisions relating to public utilities

SB563

Modifies provisions relating to the MO RX Plan

SB562

Requires the Department of Social Services to apply for a global waiver for MO HealthNet

SB561

Modifies the law relating to work requirements for participants in the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program

SB560

Modifies provisions relating to racial profiling in policing

SB559

Modifies several provisions relating to elementary and secondary education

SB558

Modifies provisions relating to contaminated homes

SB557

Creates a tax credit for contributions to certain charitable organizations

SB556

Specifies when persons operating or riding a motorcycle or motor-tricycle must wear protective headgear

SB555

Repeals the law pertaining to prevailing wage

SB554

Adds the city of Springfield to the list of political subdivisions subject to certain provisions relating to property

SB553

Modifies various provisions regarding local ordinances, requiring certain companies who own property to file an affidavit with the city clerk, municipal courts, and municipal and minor traffic violations

SB552

Allows law enforcement agencies and prosecutors to request an audit by the State Auditor, and modifies the punishment for violating lobbying and conflict of interest provisions and the offense of official misconduct

SB551

Modifies the Missouri Works program

SB550

Reauthorizes the Missouri Works and Missouri Works Training programs

SB549

Reauthorizes the Missouri Works Training Program and Missouri Works programs

SB548

Prohibits the State Tax Commission from raising agricultural land productive values under certain circumstances

SB547

Modifies provisions relating to industrial hemp

SB546

Modifies provisions of civil procedure regarding joinder and venue

SB545

Reduces the cap on tax credits for the rehabilitation of historic structures and creates the Capitol Complex Fund Tax Credit

SB1102

Modifies various provisions relating to civil procedure, tort claims, contingency fee contracts entered into by the state, unlawful merchandising practices, arbitration agreements between employers and employees, damages, and products liability

SB1101

Establishes an extreme risk order of protection and provides that any person convicted of a domestic violence misdemeanor shall not be eligible to possess a firearm

SB1100

Creates new provisions relating to the sale of contact lenses and prescription aid glasses

SB1099

WITHDRAWN

SB1098

Modifies provisions of law relating to insurance coverage for mental health conditions

SB1097

Modifies sentencing for certain sexual offenders

SB1096

Enacts certain provisions relating to career and technical education

SB1095

Modifies provisions relating to Department of Mental Health inspections

SB1094

Modifies provisions relating to complaints against psychologists

SB1093

Modifies provisions relating to pesticides

SB1092

Requires the Department of Natural Resources to promulgate rules establishing setback distances for large wastewater facilities

SB1091

Designates the "Rosa Parks Memorial Highway"

SB1090

Increases the motor fuel tax rate to $0.19/gallon on gasoline and $0.22/gallon on diesel fuel

SB1089

Creates new provisions relating to the use of third party administrator during workers' compensation proceedings

SB1088

Modifies the Uniform Agents Athlete Act

SB1087

Enacts provisions relating to automated license plate reader systems

SB1086

Modifies the duties of county officials

SB1085

Designates every October first as “Nat Turner Day” in Missouri

SB1084

Modifies provisions relating to the motor vehicle financial responsibility law

SB1083

Permits the Department of Mental Health to enter into certain contracts

SB1082

Modifies provisions relating to the regulation of pharmaceutical entities

SB1081

Provides a procedure by which a defendant may be found to be not eligible for the death penalty due to serious mental illness

SB1080

Modifies provisions related to the Interstate Compact for Parolees and Probationers

SB1079

Prohibits a person from bringing a claim for injuries caused by silica unless the person can present certain evidence

SB1078

Modifies the statute of limitations on a forgery of a student loan document

SB1077

Enacts certain provisions relating to innovation schools

SB1076

Requires children under two years of age to be secured in rear-facing child passenger restraint systems

SB1075

Modifies provisions relating to dental practices in federally qualified health centers

SB1074

Enacts provisions relating to health care for persons with disabilities

SB1073

Allows the Director of the Department of Agriculture to assess a civil penalty for violating certain provisions of law relating to eggs

SB1072

Modifies provisions of law relating to payments for hospital-based health care services

SB1071

Enacts the "Missouri Reinsurance Plan"

SB1070

Provides that county commissions shall use a portion of the cemetery trust fund's principal necessary to maintain and beautify cemeteries

SB1069

Nullifies any existing local government regulations relating to specific breeds of dogs, and prohibits local governments from enacting ordinances specific to breed

SB1068

Establishes regulations for the duties of pharmacy technicians in a hospital pharmacy

SB1067

Modifies the law relating to paper ballots

SB1066

Modifies provisions relating to hardening of the electric grid against certain storms

SB1065

Modifies provisions relating to certain county convention and sports facilities authorities

SB1064

Modifies provisions relating to employee wages

SB1063

Modifies provisions relating to emergency service districts

SB1062

Modifies training requirements for certified nursing assistants

SB1061

Modifies provisions of law relating to motorcycle safety education programs

SB1060

Requires certain disclosures to be made by entities entering into contracts with public entities

SB1059

Creates the Education and Job Training Television Broadcast Fund for the purpose of education and job training

SB1058

Prohibits a person from possessing a firearm if they are subject to an order of protection or have been convicted of a misdemeanor domestic violence offense

SB1057

Modifies provisions relating to unanticipated out-of-network health care services

SB1056

Modifies the Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics Initiative

SB1055

Modifies provisions relating to physicians entering into supervisory agreements with advanced practice registered nurses and physician assistants

SB1054

Enacts certain provisions relating to school districts

SB1053

Prohibits restrictions on freedom of speech and religion in public places

SB1052

Modifies provisions relating to campaign finance reporting requirements

SB1051

Prohibits a person from possessing a firearm if they are subject to an order of protection or have been convicted of a misdemeanor domestic violence offense

SB1050

Modifies provisions of law relating to transportation

SB1049

Designates the "PFC Ralph A. Branson, Jr. Memorial Highway"

SB1048

Modifies enforcement procedures for violations of the Missouri Sunshine Law and record retention provisions

SB1047

Establishes the "Private College Campus Protection Act" which allows private colleges and universities to employ campus police officers

SB1046

Modifies provisions relating to child protection orders

SB1045

Modifies provisions relating to school employee retirement systems

SB1044

Enacts certain provisions relating to school administrators

SB1043

Requires the joint election of the Governor and Lt. Governor

SB1042

Enacts provisions relating to concession agreements entered into by political subdivisions

SB1041

Creates new provisions of law relating to elected official communications

SB1040

Modifies provisions relating to certificates of need

SB1039

Modifies the process for promulgation of an emergency rule by a state agency

SB1038

Modifies the process for filling vacancies in certain statewide and General Assembly offices

SB1037

Creates the Missouri Innovation Fund Corporation

SB1036

Modifies provisions relating to sales and use tax exemptions

SB1035

Enacts certain provisions relating to alternative special needs services for elementary and secondary education students

SB1034

Establishes a statewide hearing aid distribution program

SB1033

Establishes procedures for requesting termination of custody for persons in the care of the state

SB1032

Modifies provisions relating to the Historic Preservation tax credit

SB1031

Provides the Jackson County recorder of deeds may collect a two dollar fee on the recording of documents and instruments

SB1030

Increases the Jackson County collection fee on delinquent and back taxes from 3% to 5%

SB1029

Modifies provisions relating to county assessment costs

SB1028

Modifies provisions relating to buyers of precious metals

SB1027

Enacts provisions relating to homeowners' associations

SB1026

Creates requirements relating to the purchasing of firearms

SB1025

Modifies provisions regarding qualified spousal trusts

SB1023

Modifies law relating to notaries public

SB1022

Modifies and creates new provisions relating to unlawful discriminatory practices

SB1021

Modifies provisions relating to various retirement plans for public employees

SB1020

Creates the Missouri State Coroners' Training Fund and requires coroners to undergo yearly training administered by the Missouri Coroners' and Medical Examiners Association

SB1019

Requires the Highways and Transportation Commission to consider the complete life-cycle costs of work in determining the lowest bid amount submitted for a contract

SB1018

Prohibits political subdivisions from adopting ordinances relating to the labeling, cultivation, or use of seeds or fertilizers

SB1017

Modifies provisions relating to the supplemental nutrition assistance program

SB1016

Modifies provisions of law relating to health insurance

SB1015

Creates a tax credit for contributions to diaper banks

SB1014

Creates the offense of nonconsensual dissemination of private sexual images

SB1013

Authorizes sports wagering

SB1012

Modifies provisions relating to emergency service boards

SB1011

Modifies provisions of law relating to efforts by the Children's Division to locate a child's biological parents

SB1010

Applies all current motorcycle and all-terrain vehicle franchise practice provisions to “powersport vehicles”

SB1009

Authorizes sports wagering

SB1008

Modifies provisions of law relating to termination of parental rights

SB1007

Modifies the merit system

SB1006

Repeals the yield tax on forest croplands

SB1005

Specifies circumstances under which traffic court judges in St. Louis County may review driver's license revocations for refusal to submit to a chemical test

SB1004

Creates the Trauma-Informed Care for Children and Families Board

SB1003

Exempts certain initiation fees and dues from sales tax

SB1002

Provides processes for the recorder of deeds to record electronic documents and procedures for remote online notarization

SB1001

Modifies provisions relating to death investigations

SB1000

Designates the "Sheriff Roger I. Wilson Memorial Highway"

HRB2

Repeals obsolete, expired, sunset, and terminated statutory sections and portions of sections

HRB1

Repeals obsolete, expired, sunset, and terminated statutory sections and portions of sections

HR6104

Grants use of the House Chamber to St. Joseph School of Manchester for the presentation of the Glory Awards on May 7, 2018, from 10:00 a.m. until 12:30 p.m.

HR6009

Limits the time allowed for floor debate on appropriations bills

HR5868

Grants use of the House Chamber to LaSalle Springs Middle School, Rockwood Valley Middle School, and Wildwood Valley Middle School on April 9, 2018, from 9:30 to 11:30 a.m. for presentation of the Glory Awards.

HR5792

Grants use of the House Chamber to Jobs for America's Graduates for a mock legislative session on May 1, 2018 from 8:15 a.m. to 9:15 a.m.

HR5790

Grants use of the House Chamber to St. Francis Borgia Regional High School on April 23, 2018 from 1:00 to 2:30 p.m. for presentation of the Glory Awards.

HR5755

Grants use of the House Chamber to Missouri 4-H on May 31, 2018 from 12:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. for the purposes of conducting a mock legislative session.

HR5612

Recognizes the 50th anniversary of the Wild and Scenic Rivers Act and encourages citizens to protect our state's river resources

HR5590

Encourages the United States Department of Education to provide certain federal funding to the states

HR5589

Allows the House of Representatives to employ such employees as necessary between May 18, 2018, and January 9, 2019, to perform the duties of the House

HR5565

Authorizes the Special Investigative Committee on Oversight to investigate allegations against Governor Eric R. Greitens

HR5461

Grants the use of the House Chamber to the Missouri Legislative Black Caucus Foundation (MLBCF) Emerging Leaders Conference on June 25, 2018.

HR5422

Grants use of the House Chamber to Mehlville High School on April 16, 2018 for presentation of the Glory Awards.

HR5358

Urges a commitment to ensuring adequate and equitable funding of public schools

HR5357

Urges a commitment by the General Assembly to ensure that the historically black institutions of higher education in this state are comparable to and competitive with the Columbia campus of the University of Missouri in all facets of their operations and programs and that such institutions are funded at the same level as the University of Missouri in Columbia, on a per-student basis

HR5327

Grants use of the House Chamber to LaSalle Middle School on April 30, 2018 for presentation of the Glory Awards

HR5324

Grants the use of the House Chamber to New Haven Elementary School for a mock session on April 20, 2018.

HR5237

Urges the Missouri congressional delegation to support HR 801 which designates Route 66 as a national historic trail.

HR5214

Encourages Congress to reauthorize the Secure Rural Schools Act

HR5213

Urges Congress to repeal the electronic logging device rules relating to commercial trucking

HR5204

Grants use of the House Chamber to Mehlville High School on April 9, 2018 for presentation of the Glory Awards.

HR5132

Grants use of the House Chamber to the Teen Eagles on Thursday, February 22 from 1:30 until 4:30

HR5034

Grants use of the House Chamber to the Missouri Association of Electric Cooperatives on Thursday, July 19, 2018, from 1:00 p.m. until 4:00 p.m.

HR4987

Grants use of the House Chamber to the Women Legislators of Missouri on April 30, 2018, from 10:00 a.m. until 3:00 p.m.

HR4928

Changes House Rule 94 to allow for proxy voting if a member is absent due to active military duty

HR4916

Grants use of the House Chamber to the Silver Haired Legislature on October 17 and 18, 2018.

HR4915

Grants use of the House Chamber to the Missouri Catholic Conference on October 6, 2018.

HR4907

Endorses continued support of the relationship and shared interests between Taiwan and the State of Missouri

HR4904

Grants use of the House Chamber to Sacred Heart School of Valley Park on April 23, 2018 for presentation of the Glory Awards.

HR4901

Grants use of the House Chamber to TeenPact on Friday, March 9, 2018 at 12:00 p.m. until 4:00 p.m.

HR4899

Grants use of the House Chamber for the Missouri Youth Leadership Forum for Students with Disabilities on Thursday, July 12, 2018 from 12:45 p.m. to 2:15 p.m.

HR4894

Declares youth violence as a public health epidemic and supports the establishment of statewide trauma-informed education

HR4892

Expresses support for legislation that protects the citizens of this state from obscene material and the secondary effects of obscene material by requiring a filter on devices that access the internet

HR4891

Urges the United States Congress and the State of Missouri to move the celebration of Veterans Day to coincide with Election Day in even numbered years

HR4878

Urges the US Congress to enact US Senate Bill S. 89.

HR4853

Grants use of the House Chamber to the Jefferson City Chapter of the Federalist Society on January 29, 2018.

HR4841

Grants the use of the House Chamber for the purpose of swearing in newly licensed attorneys on Friday, September 21, 2018

HR4840

Grants the use of the House Chamber for the purpose of swearing in newly licensed attorneys on Friday, April 27, 2018

HR4839

Urges the House of Representatives to recommend that any House Committee addressing proposals regarding the rebuilding of I-70 consider the integration of elements designed to promote the state’s natural beauty by protecting the visual and scenic qualities of Missouri roadways.

HR4838

Grants the Teen Eagles use of the House Chamber on January 15, 2018 from 1:00 pm until 4:00 pm

HR4835

Grants Missouri Girls State the use of the House Chamber on June 28, 2018, from 8:00 am to 5:00 pm.

HR4834

Strongly urges the U.S. Army to explain chemical testing that occurred in St. Louis in the 1950s and 1960s and requests the federal government to conduct a study on the health effects of such tests

HR4829

Informs the Senate that the House is duly convened and is now in session and ready for the consideration of business

HR4828

Informs the Senate that the House is duly convened and is now in session and ready for the consideration of business

HJR99

Modifies constitutional provisions relating to determination of state congressional districts and lobbyist gifts.

HJR98

Modifies constitutional provisions relating to determination of state congressional districts and lobbyist gifts.

HJR97

Proposes a constitutional amendment to raise the motor fuel tax to twenty-nine cents per gallon on diesel and twenty-seven cents per gallon on all other motor fuel.

HJR96

Proposes a constitutional amendment to raise the motor fuel tax to twenty-seven cents per gallon

HJR95

Proposes a constitutional amendment to modify the membership of the Conservation Commission

HJR94

Allows both the General Assembly and the people to submit referendums on federal laws.

HJR93

Changes the laws regarding the amount of property tax state entities pay on state lands

HJR92

Allows both the General Assembly and the people to submit referendums on federal laws

HJR91

Proposes a constitutional amendment which would allow an elected official of this state or any of its political subdivisions to be removed from office by recall petition.

HJR90

Modifies provisions for initiative petitions and referendums.

HJR89

Modifies provisions for initiative petitions and referendums.

HJR88

Proposes a constitutional amendment specifying that a person cannot be required to become or refrain from becoming a member of or paying dues to a labor organization as a condition or continuation of employment

HJR87

Proposes a constitutional amendment to allow nonresident landowners to receive resident landowner hunting and fishing privileges

HJR86

Proposes a constitutional amendment to decriminalize the possession and consumption of marijuana by a person twenty-one years of age or older

HJR85

Proposes a constitutional amendment prohibiting toll roads and toll facilities in the state

HJR84

Proposes a constitutional amendment to authorize a four-tenths percent sales and use tax whose revenues will be dedicated to the certain law enforcement funds

HJR83

Proposes a constitutional amendment to direct increased funding from motor vehicle registration fee adjustments for inflation to a farm to market fund, a port development fund, the state road bond fund, and the highway patrol.

HJR82

Proposes a constitutional amendment that requires an entire initiative petition measure to be held as invalid if a portion of such measure is invalidated by any court.

HJR81

Proposes a constitutional amendment to make medical marijuana legal in the state of Missouri for certain patients

HJR80

Constitutional amendment changing the percentage of votes required to approve Constitutional amendments.

HJR79

Proposes a constitutional amendment specifying that a person cannot be required to become or refrain from becoming a member of or paying dues to a labor organization as a condition or continuation of employment

HJR78

Creates a new constitutional standard for regulatory takings where land use regulations cause a diminution in value to real property.

HJR77

Specifies that any issue to increase any tax, license, fee, or levy requiring voter approval under Article X of the Missouri Constitution must be placed on the ballot only on the general election day

HJR76

Proposes a constitutional amendment prohibiting searches of persons upon entering the Missouri State Capitol or on capitol grounds

HJR75

Proposes a constitutional amendment to direct proceeds from an overweight fee for garbage trucks to the newly established Farm to Market Fund

HJR74

Proposes a constitutional amendment to authorize the highways and transportation commission to construct toll roads and impose and collect tolls on interstates and four-lane roadways

HJR73

Proposes a constitutional amendment to make state revenue deposited into the state road fund subject to appropriation by the general assembly

HJR72

Proposes a constitutional amendment to require that the conservation sales tax be renewed by voters every six years

HJR71

Amends the Constitution to require that the sales tax dedicated to conservation purposes be resubmitted to the voters for approval every 10 years

HJR70

Modifies the membership composition and terms of service of the commissioners on the Conservation Commission

HJR69

Proposes a constitutional amendment to extend the due date of real and personal property taxes to the last weekday of February

HJR68

Changes the law regarding Governor-appointed board members and their powers before Senate confirmation.

HJR67

Proposes a constitutional amendment establishing nonpartisan procedures for apportioning the state into state legislative and United States Congressional districts on the basis of population

HJR66

Proposes a constitutional amendment to reduce the terms of office for members of the state board of education from eight-year terms to four-year terms

HJR65

Proposes a constitutional amendment to require public approval in the relevant county before authorizing tax increment financing

HJR64

Proposes a constitutional amendment to specify that cash-only bonds shall not be deemed sufficient surety for bail

HJR63

Modifies provisions relating to property taxes for veterans.

HJR62

Modifies the exclusions from "lucrative office or employment" for senators and representatives holding employment other than their elected office.

HJR61

Proposes a constitutional amendment authorizing $63 million in bonds for veterans homes.

HJR60

Proposes a constitutional amendment to eliminate taxation on personal property

HJR59

Proposes a constitutional amendment to reduce the amount of time a person is required to be a member of an organization in order to participate in the management of a bingo game

HJR58

Authorizes a property tax exemption for individuals who have owned real property for thirty years and individuals who have owned personal property for ten years

HJR57

Proposes a constitutional amendment exempting from taxation certain real and personal property owned by a veteran with a total service-connected disability

HJR56

Proposes a constitutional amendment authorizing $63 million in bonds for veterans homes.

HJR55

Proposes a constitutional amendment eliminating the prohibition on the use of public funds for the benefit of any religious or sectarian educational purpose

HJR54

Proposes a constitutional amendment to extend the due date of personal property taxes to the last day of February

HJR53

Proposes a constitutional amendment regarding the right to life

HJR52

Modifies length of terms and term limits for members of the General Assembly

HJR51

Proposes a constitutional amendment that changes the term limits for state officials.

HJR50

Proposes a constitutional amendment that changes the term limits for members of the general assembly.

HJR49

Requires the Senate, beginning January 1, 2021, to try all impeachments except for impeachment of the Governor, which shall be tried by the Chief Justice of the Missouri Supreme Court

HJR48

Changes the constitutional provisions regarding ballot initiatives and referendums.

HJR47

Proposes a constitutional amendment changing how judges are selected to certain courts

HJR104

Proposes a constitutional amendment to limit general revenue appropriations and mandate state income tax rate reductions in certain situations

HJR103

Proposes a constitutional amendment to prohibit individuals from being required to join labor organizations as a condition of employment

HJR102

proposes a constitutional amendment to authorize the highways and transportation commission to impose and collect tolls on bridges and highways in metropolitan areas for the purpose of managing congestion.

HJR101

Proposes a constitutional amendment changing how judges are selected to certain courts

HJR100

Modifies constitutional provisions relating to determination of state congressional districts and lobbyist gifts.

HCR99

Creates the Missouri Wind Energy Commission

HCR98

Designates August as "Shingles Awareness and Prevention Month."

HCR97

Denounces submitting a constitutional amendment to all voters in the state regarding whether to consolidate St. Louis City and St. Louis County

HCR96

Designates May as "Move Over and Slow Down Awareness Month."

HCR95

Encourages Congress to reauthorize the Secure Rural Schools Act

HCR94

Calls for a special session for the purpose of eliminating the state's involvement in the institution of marriage

HCR93

Urges the Board of Public Buildings to remove the metal detectors and security at the entrance of the capitol building

HCR92

Submits to Congress a proposed amendment to the U.S. Constitution to define marriage as between a man and a woman

HCR91

Urges Congress to repeal the 16th and 17th amendments to the United States Constitution

HCR90

Calls for a special session for the purpose of eliminating property taxes

HCR89

Establishes the Joint Committee on Social Services

HCR88

Urges Missouri Congressional delegation to lead efforts to pass legislation for the de-classifying of POW/MIA records.

HCR87

Urges the Public Service Commission to reaffirm the state's policy of encouraging electrical corporations to act in consumers' best interests through prudent hedging of natural gas and other fuels.

HCR86

Formally denounces the infamous Dred Scott decision.

HCR85

Urges the United States Congress to propose the Regulation Freedom Amendment to the U.S. Constitution

HCR84

Urges Congress to pass legislation reinstating net neutrality

HCR83

Designates the second week of March as "National Sleep Awareness Week" in Missouri.

HCR82

Urges the President and Congress to continue, strengthen, and preserve the North American Free Trade Agreement

HCR81

Designates April 6 of each year as "Safe Haven for Newborns Awareness Day" in Missouri

HCR80

Establishes the month of November as Alzheimer's awareness month

HCR79

Establishes the month of May as Foster Care Awareness month

HCR78

Urges Congress to remove the trade restrictions with Cuba

HCR77

Endorses the Bangert Island Riverfront Transformational Project.

HCR76

Urges Congress to make the historic Butterfield Overland Trail part of the National Trails System

HCR75

Designates the fourth Saturday in July each year as "National Day of the Cowboy" in Missouri

HCR74

Urges Congress to support and pass the Marketplace Fairness Act, which would require out-of-state retailers to collect sales taxes

HCR73

Recognizes the Gold Star Families Memorial Monument at College of the Ozarks as the official Gold Star Families Memorial Monument of Missouri.

HCR72

Creates a task force on emergency management

HCR71

Recognizes that pornography leads to individual and societal harms

HCR70

Declares youth violence as a public health epidemic and declares June 7th as "Christopher Harris Day" in Missouri

HCR69

Urges the President of the United States to authorize a state funeral when the last of the World War II Medal of Honor Recipient dies.

HCR68

Condemns and disapproves of hate groups

HCR67

Encourages the Governor to require professional registration and certification entities to review and revise policies and procedures to streamline the certification and licensing process to take into account relevant military education, skills training, and service when determining equivalency for purposes of issuing certifications and licenses

HCR66

Instructs state agencies and departments to remove the terms "Oriental" from all literature by 2020.

HCR65

Resolves that abortion shall be recognized as an essential component of women's health care

HCR64

Urges the U.S. Congress to enact Senate Bill 89 relating to an exemption for certain vessels from federal fire-retardant materials requirements

HCR63

Designates March 18th of each year as DeMolay Day.

HCR62

Designates the month of September as Sickle Cell Awareness Month in Missouri

HCR61

Applies to the United States Congress to call a convention for the exclusive purpose of proposing an amendment to the Constitution of the United States of America that will restore free and fair elections.

HCR60

Urges the United States government to condemn the persecution of Falun Gong practitioners

HCR59

Designates the month of August as "Minority Organ Donor Awareness Month" in Missouri

HCR58

Urges public schools to institute JROTC in their schools

HCR57

Designates the first week of February each year as Missouri School Counseling Week

HCR56

Establishes Missouri's ratification of the Equal Rights Amendment to the United States Constitution

HCR55

Applies to Congress for the calling of an Article V convention of states to propose an amendment to the United States Constitution regarding term limits for members of Congress

HCR54

Strongly urges the U.S. Army to explain chemical testing that occurred in St. Louis in the 1950s and 1960s and requests the federal government to conduct a study on the health effects of such tests

HCR53

Urges Congress to award the Congressional Gold Medal to the Ghost Army from WWII.

HCR51

Convenes a joint session to receive a message from the Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of Missouri

HCR50

Convenes a joint session for the State of the State Address

HCR109

Encourages the United States Department of Education to provide certain federal funding to the states

HCR108

Urges a commitment to equal rights for people with cognitive disabilities to access technology and information

HCR107

Urges the General Assembly to place photos of future generations in the composite photo each year to remind the lawmakers of why they ran for office

HCR106

Authorizes the issuance of public bonds for half of the financing of a new conservatory building at UMKC

HCR105

Establishes the Missouri Bicentennial Commission

HCR104

Urges Congress to fund and begin constructing a wall along the United States border with Mexico.

HCR103

Submits to Congress a proposed amendment to the U.S. Constitution regarding the right to life

HCR102

Specifies that the election date for the ballot measure regarding SB 19 passed by the General Assembly in 2017, shall be August 7, 2018

HCR101

Creates the school violence task force

HCR100

Urges Congress to reinstate the separation of commercial and investment banking functions previously in effect under the Glass-Steagall Act and support efforts to return to national banking policies to repair our nation's infrastructure

HCB23

Modifies provisions relating to political subdivisions

HCB22

Modifies provisions relating to guardianships

HCB21

Modifies provisions relating to conservatorships

HCB20

Modifies provisions relating to corrections

HCB19

Modifies provisions relating to insurance proceedings.

HCB18

Modifies provisions relating to tax credits

HCB17

Modifies provisions relating to agriculture education

HCB16

Modifies provisions relating to agriculture

HCB15

Modifies provisions relating to opioids

HCB14

Modifies provisions relating to the designation of state highways

HCB13

Modifies provisions relating to transportation

HCB12

Modifies provisions relating to the protection of vulnerable persons

HCB11

Modifies provisions relating to persons under protective custody

HB3135

Requires the director of the department of transportation to be appointed by the governor, subject to the advice and consent of the senate

HB2746

Prohibits the possession, sale, and consumption of intoxicating liquor in the state of Missouri

HB2745

Establishes the St. Louis Airport Oversight Commission

HB2744

Changes the law regarding the consolidation of certain political subdivisions

HB2743

Requires the Governor to issue an executive order to implement the remedies recommended in the 2014 Disparity Study regarding utilization levels of minorities and women-based enterprises in state-awarded contracts

HB2742

Modifies provisions relating to the protection of vulnerable persons

HB2741

Provides that students who report an incident of sexual assault to law enforcement or to an institution of higher education shall not be subject to discipline or other consequences for violations of any drug or alcohol policy of the institution

HB2740

Requires employers of first responders to provide employee assistance programs

HB2739

Modifies provisions of law relating to custody of in vitro human embryos

HB2738

Changes the highest income tax rate for individuals to five percent and changes the income tax rate for corporations to five percent

HB2737

Prohibits the appropriation or expenditure of state revenues for the purpose of creating a gender-neutral environment, unless required by a federal or state court order

HB2736

Changes the laws regarding tax increment financing

HB2735

Requires use of force continuing education training for law enforcement officers

HB2734

Changes the laws regarding the Missouri individual income tax

HB2733

Requires Missouri taxable income rates be adjusted for inflation

HB2732

Prohibits the use of a hand-held wireless communications device for texting by drivers of any age

HB2731

Changes the laws regarding the Cancer Information Reporting System

HB2730

Changes the law regarding public works contracts

HB2729

Changes the minimum amounts of automobile liability insurance required

HB2728

Modifies provisions relating to substitute teaching by retired teachers

HB2727

Modifies provisions relating to condominium property

HB2726

Modifies provisions for the state merit system.

HB2725

Modifies provisions relating to the powers and duties of the Emergency Services Board

HB2724

Changes the laws regarding annexation procedures

HB2723

Modifies the powers of the Board of Adjustment

HB2722

Allows the highways and transportation commission to issue bonds or other indebtedness to finance or refinance the construction or reconstruction of the state highway system

HB2721

Creates various funds dedicated to transportation

HB2720

Prohibits livestock production contracts from containing confidentiality provisions

HB2719

Creates a new tax credit for first time purchasers of homes in a blighted area that will be used for owner occupancy

HB2718

Prohibits out-of-network providers from billing enrollees when the health care services are performed at an in-network facility.

HB2717

Modifies provisions for tax credits for historic facilities.

HB2716

Modifies provisions relating to the Department of Mental Health obtaining medical insurance information of individuals

HB2715

Prohibits political subdivisions from enacting ordinances that would prohibit protests outside health care facilities

HB2714

Establishes the Education and Job Training Television Broadcasting District Act

HB2713

Modifies provisions relating to nursing home administrator license renewals

HB2712

Adds the cities of Jennings, Lebanon, Marshall, Moberly, and Washington to the cities authorized to levy a sales tax whose revenues are dedicated to public safety purposes

HB2711

Authorizes political subdivisions to levy, upon voter approval, an excise tax on residential property that is developed and partitioned into tracts for individual sale

HB2710

Prohibits the placement of bumper stickers or decals that promote certain causes on state vehicles

HB2709

Modifies provisions relating to prisoner complaints made against a psychologist license

HB2708

Changes the law regarding the balance of certain state funds by changing the amount of such funds that is required to revert to general revenue at the end of each biennium

HB2707

Gives owners of non-commercial motor vehicles the option of permanent registration

HB2706

Modifies provisions relating to dietitians

HB2705

Enacts certain provisions relating to alternative special needs services for elementary and secondary education students

HB2704

Establishes a program on police officer presence in schools and communities within the Department of Public Safety

HB2703

Modifies the provision allowing law enforcement officers to use deadly force in certain circumstances and establishes a task force on the use of force

HB2702

Establishes a board for review of officer-involved deaths

HB2701

Establishes in the Department of Public Safety a "Task Force on Civilian Review Boards"

HB2700

Requires peace officers to complete a module to determine if they are culturally competent

HB2699

Requires certain disclosures by a person applying for a position as a peace officer

HB2698

Establishes the "Joint Committee on Police Practices"

HB2697

Establishes the Community Relations Training Program for Peace Officers

HB2696

Establishes the "Task Force To Study Community-Based Policing"

HB2695

Establishes in the Department of Public Safety a "Task Force on Police Officer Presence in Schools and Communities"

HB2694

Establishes a Council for Community Education within the Department of Elementary and Secondary Education

HB2693

Prohibits third and fourth class cities in St. Louis County from imposing a fee for a false alarm to which the police department responds if it is the alarm user's first false alarm in a twelve-month period

HB2692

Modifies provision for closed meetings of governmental bodies.

HB2691

Changes the laws regarding taxation

HB2690

Modifies provisions for vacancies in public office.

HB2689

Establishes two highway designations on U.S. Highway 61 in Scott County

HB2688

Requires public school buses to be operated by human drivers

HB2687

Prohibits public entities from contracting with Chinese entities that are under FBI investigation or have been investigated by the FBI for intellectual property theft.

HB2686

Repeals provisions of law relating to state preemption for the field of regulating the use of hand-held electronic wireless communications devices in motor vehicles

HB2685

Allows law enforcement officers to enforce the seat belt law as a stand-alone offense

HB2684

Changes the compensation a juror may receive from $6 to $27

HB2683

Changes the law regarding sales tax calculations on trade-in purchases

HB2682

Authorizes a tax credit for providing child care in a child-care desert

HB2681

Modifies provisions relating to driver's licenses compliant with the federal REAL ID Act

HB2680

Requires the department of public safety to commission a study on gun violence in the state of Missouri

HB2679

Encourages primary care providers to utilize the Adverse Childhood Experience Questionnaire to assess a MO HealthNet participant's health risks

HB2678

Allows non-residents to obtain a Missouri concealed carry permit

HB2677

Changes the laws regarding counties

HB2676

Authorizes the Department of Agriculture to assess civil penalties for violations of provisions regarding the sale of eggs

HB2675

Changes the laws regarding unlawful actions by persons knowingly infected with communicable diseases

HB2674

Changes the laws regarding unlawful actions by persons knowingly infected with communicable diseases

HB2673

Creates a statewide license for mechanical contractors

HB2672

Modifies provisions relating to workers' compensation

HB2671

Adds provisions relating to the payment of certain claims

HB2670

Modifies provisions relating to the distribution of prescription drugs

HB2669

Creates new provisions allowing for the creation of benefit corporations

HB2668

Modifies provisions for tax levies by a county for the county convention and sports facilities authority.

HB2667

Prohibits the sale of an assault weapon to a person under the age of twenty-one

HB2666

Requires certain applications for businesses that are creating at least one hundred twenty-five new jobs be approved or denied within six months or the application is deemed approved

HB2665

Changes the laws regarding marriage licenses

HB2664

Establishes the "Extreme Risk Protection Order Act"

HB2663

Modifies provisions regarding property values of property under real property tax increment allocation redevelopment projects.

HB2662

Modifies provisions relating to school protection officers

HB2661

Modifies requirements for written offers in condemnation proceedings.

HB2660

Modifies provisions relating to the public school retirement system

HB2659

Removes a provision requiring the Missouri Dental Board to promulgate certain operating standards

HB2658

Modifies provisions of law relating to custody of in vitro human embryos

HB2657

Changes the law regarding unsecured loans of five hundred dollars or less

HB2656

Designates a portion of State Highway P in St. Charles County as the "Waylon Jennings Memorial Highway".

HB2655

Modifies provisions for county commissions.

HB2654

Authorizes a tax credit for certain employers who offer child care to employees

HB2653

Requires certain sexual offenders to be electronically monitored while relocating to a different county or city not within a county

HB2652

Modifies provisions relating to condominium property

HB2651

Allows law enforcement agencies to establish boundaries for tactical law enforcement operations and prohibits live video broadcast of events within such boundaries

HB2650

Changes provisions related to fees for repair of sewer service lines

HB2649

Changes the cap on tuition charged at public institutions of higher education

HB2648

Prohibits the display of a persons weight on such person's driver's license, nondriver's license, or instruction permit

HB2647

Establishes the "Enough is Enough Act"

HB2646

Modifies provisions relating to school protection officers

HB2645

Requires the Highways and Transportation Commission to consider the complete life-cycle costs of work in determining the lowest bid amount submitted for a contract

HB2644

Creates new provisions relating to sheltered workshops

HB2643

Requires potable water in certain elementary school buildings to be tested for lead

HB2642

Requires landlords of rented land used for agricultural purposes to give 60 days' notice before terminating a lease agreement

HB2641

Authorizes one income tax rate and terminates all tax deductions and tax credits for individuals

HB2640

Modifies provisions relating to predatory and persistent sexual offenders

HB2639

Establishes programs in the Department of Economic Development to assist minority business enterprises

HB2638

Changes the laws regarding the taxable income of corporations

HB2637

Modifies provisions relating to captive cervids

HB2636

Modifies provisions relating to criminal proceedings involving persons lacking mental capacity

HB2635

Establishes the Silica Claims Priorities Act

HB2634

Creates the Missouri Wind Energy Task Force.

HB2633

Modifies provisions relating to school teacher and employee retirement allowances

HB2632

Prohibits two-way telecommunications devices and their component parts in correctional centers and jails

HB2631

Prohibits the use of a hand-held wireless communications device within a school zone

HB2630

Modifies provisions relating to school funding

HB2629

Requires every public school building to have an armed security officer and video cameras with live feed of the entrances and exits

HB2628

Requires the governor to use state planes and vehicles for official business.

HB2627

Modifies provisions relating to a child's right to counsel

HB2626

Modifies provisions relating to higher education tuition

HB2625

Creates new provisions relating to educational services for neglected or delinquent children

HB2624

Creates new provisions related to unpaid leave for firefighters who contract cancer

HB2623

Creates a cause of action for the attorney general or aggrieved individuals when certain public entities ban or restrict the celebration of a federal holiday.

HB2622

Requires prescriptions for controlled substances to be issued electronically, with certain exceptions

HB2621

Creates the "State Agency Efficiency Fund."

HB2620

Changes the name of the Department of Revenue to the "Department of Taxation and Revenue"

HB2619

Modifies provisions related to substitute teaching by retired teachers

HB2618

Changes provisions of law related to net metering.

HB2617

Declares the intent of the general assembly to facilitate and encourage development of fiber optic infrastructure by rural electric cooperatives

HB2616

Modifies provisions regarding video service providers.

HB2615

Modifies provisions relating to the transport and storage of firearms in motor vehicles

HB2614

Requires school districts to provide instruction in cursive writing

HB2613

Authorizes a tax credit for donations to a diaper bank

HB2612

Requires an insurance carrier to post a current provider directory on its website.

HB2611

Modifies provisions relating to inspections of residential treatment facilities and day programs by the Department of Mental Health

HB2610

Establishes the "Extreme Risk Protection Order Act"

HB2609

Modifies provisions relating to the supervision of parolees and probationers

HB2608

Changes the laws regarding the sexual offender registry by adding provisions relating to petitions for removal

HB2607

Prohibits misrepresenting a product as meat that is not derived from harvested production livestock or poultry

HB2606

Specifies that an internship is considered employment under the Missouri Human Rights Act

HB2605

Modifies provisions relating to the removal from the sex offender registry

HB2604

Modifies provisions relating to ball bond agents

HB2603

Prohibits the publishing of names of Missouri residents who are lottery winners if the value of the prize is greater than five million dollars

HB2602

Doubles the current driver's license fees and adds an administrative fee

HB2601

Allows state funds to be expended on recreational and rest areas to ensure compliance with certain federal regulations

HB2600

Establishes a miles per gallon-based vehicle registration fee

HB2599

Requires state departments report to the appropriation committees of the House and Senate any change in their revenues or expenditures resulting from a change in policy

HB2598

Modifies provisions of law relating to emergency medical services

HB2597

Modifies provisions relating to nursing assistant training programs

HB2596

Creates provisions for the deployment of electric vehicle charging stations.

HB2595

Repeals the law that specifies that a person cannot be required to become or refrain from becoming a member of or paying dues to a labor organization as a condition or continuation of employment

HB2594

Modifies provisions of the Missouri Public-Private Partnerships Transportation Act with respect to concession agreements

HB2593

Requires local ordinances to conform exactly with the state laws regarding safety belt enforcement

HB2592

Requires a court order for a minor to obtain an abortion

HB2591

Establishes a rebuttable presumption that child custody arrangements that award equal parenting time are in the best interest of the child

HB2590

Modifies provisions relating to notaries public

HB2589

Provides that no political subdivision shall enact an ordinance that infringes on a person exercising his or her First Amendment rights in a public place

HB2588

Modifies provisions of law relating to campaign finance

HB2587

Requires same-day service for driver's license issuance and renewal

HB2586

Creates new provisions relating to workers' compensation premiums

HB2585

Eliminates registration on all-terrain vehicles, utility vehicles, and outboard motors.

HB2584

Allows individuals found guilty of certain offenses of unlawful use of a weapon to expunge records relating to such offense

HB2583

Requires driver's license applicants who have never held a driver's license to complete a driver's education program approved by the Missouri highways and transportation commission

HB2582

Modifies provisions relating to campaign finance

HB2581

Modifies licensing provisions relating to bail bond agents

HB2580

Modifies provisions regarding bed capacity increases for long-term care facilities

HB2579

Changes the laws regarding landlord-tenant actions

HB2578

Modifies provisions regarding property tax relief for senior citizens.

HB2577

Changes the law regarding local taxes by authorizing all political subdivisions in the state to levy a transient guest tax instead of only those political subdivisions previously authorized

HB2576

Reduces the corporate income tax rate for a company that creates a specified number of jobs

HB2575

Establishes the Office of Broadband Advocate within the Department of Economic Development

HB2574

Modifies provisions for city zoning and planning.

HB2573

Modifies provisions relating to pesticide registration fees

HB2572

Establishes the Missouri Juneteenth Heritage and Jazz Festival and Memorial Fund

HB2571

Establishes the First-Time Business Owner Savings Account Act and authorizes a tax deduction for contributions to a savings account dedicated to starting a new business

HB2570

Modifies provisions relating to the Criminal Activity Forfeiture Act

HB2569

Changes the laws regarding residential dwelling rentals

HB2568

Modifies provisions relating to the distribution of controlled substances

HB2567

Creates new provisions related to security measures for public schools

HB2566

Prohibits two-way telecommunications devices and their component parts in correctional centers and jails

HB2565

Modifies provisions relating to school funding

HB2564

Designates the week beginning the second Saturday in October as "Buy Missouri Week."

HB2563

Changes the law regarding automatically renewed transactions by requiring certain notice be given to the consumer

HB2562

Establishes treatment courts

HB2561

Changes the laws regarding taxation of aircraft

HB2560

Prohibits the sale of baby crib bumper pads

HB2559

Authorizes municipalities and counties to pass ordinances requiring a CCW permit to carry a concealed firearm within the municipality or county

HB2558

Provides that a delivery of a controlled substance is a class A felony if a death results

HB2557

Modifies provisions relating to school funding

HB2556

Modifies provisions relating to school funding

HB2555

Requires a student to receive instruction in braille reading and writing as part of his or her individualized education plan unless instruction in braille is determined not appropriate for the child

HB2554

Establishes the "Save Our Kids Act"

HB2553

Changes the laws regarding real property tax assessments by expanding a provision allowing the reassessment of residential property destroyed by natural disaster to include commercial property

HB2552

Prohibits arbitration agreements from being confidential and nondisclosable if the claims apply to certain offenses or discrimination or harassment based upon any protected status

HB2551

Requires the Department of Natural Resources to sell certain property purchased with legal settlement funds

HB2550

Modifies the minimum age required to serve in various county, city, town, and board positions.

HB2549

Provides that judges may consider assigning a person placed on probation to roadside cleanup as a condition of probation

HB2548

Consolidates and eliminates certain boards and commissions.

HB2547

Requires elections to increase or impose a tax, license, fee, or levy in any political subdivision shall only be placed on the ballot on the general election day or the primary election day

HB2546

Adds provisions relating to labor performed by offenders

HB2545

Allows the issuance of personalized, specialty, or military license plates for recreational trailers

HB2544

Modifies provisions relating to the cost of a court reporter to prepare transcripts

HB2543

Designates July 20 of each year as Mormon War Remembrance Day.

HB2542

Creates the offense of tampering with farm equipment

HB2541

Modifies provisions relating to sheltered workshop payments

HB2540

Changes the laws regarding state revenues

HB2539

Establishes the "Missouri Reinsurance Plan."

HB2538

Requires the Department of Natural Resources to submit a report to the General Assembly regarding maintenance, repair, and construction of state parks

HB2537

Prohibits registered sexual offenders from being 500 feet of a public swimming beach

HB2536

Provides that any maintenance order shall not exceed the length of the marriage

HB2535

Establishes provisions relating to sports wagering

HB2534

Requires school districts to offer instruction relating to human sexuality

HB2533

Requires the Office of Administration to commission a study on socially and economically disadvantaged businesses every five years

HB2532

Adds and changes penalties for offenses committed by landlords against tenants

HB2531

Establishes a charter schools task force

HB2530

Requires the Department of Social Services to conduct a study on generational use of public assistance

HB2529

Modifies the definition of average daily attendance in the school foundation formula

HB2528

Allows school districts to implement alternative instruction plans to avoid make-up days

HB2527

Prohibits a website operator from intentionally using an internet domain name in a ticket website’s URL

HB2526

Provides that certain mandatory minimum sentences may be discretionary and creates provisions when a person is eligible for a parole hearing

HB2525

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

HB2524

Modifies provisions for the sunshine law and creates the transparency division within the office of the attorney general to monitor sunshine law violations by state agencies.

HB2523

Modifies provisions for the sunshine law and creates the transparency division within the attorney general to monitor sunshine law violations by state agencies.

HB2522

Establishes "Missouri's Great Flood of '93 - Revisiting an Epic Natural Disaster" by Kenneth L. Kieser as the official state work chronicling the 1993 flood.

HB2521

Adds public libraries to the list of places CCW permit holders are not authorized to carry concealed weapons

HB2520

Creates the offense of sexual conduct in the course of public duty

HB2519

Prohibits a sewerage services, water services, or water and sewerage services company from holding an owner of a premises liable for the occupant's delinquent utility payments

HB2518

Dissolves the Boundary Commission in St. Louis County

HB2517

Changes the laws regarding the offenses of harassment and sexual abuse by changing the penalty for law enforcement officers who commit the offenses in an official capacity

HB2516

Allows the public service commission to offer a lower rate to low-income senior citizens when a rate increase is projected to give a public utility a profit increase of more than one hundred million dollars.

HB2515

Prohibits public institutions of higher education from subjecting video game competitors to institutional or athletic organizational rules regarding student athletes

HB2514

Modifies provisions relating to industrial hemp

HB2513

Establishes a procedure in which a retired law enforcement officer or retired armed forces member may apply to have a special notation indicating such status on his or her concealed carry permit

HB2512

Requires student organizations at public institutions of higher education to appoint one or more members to serve as mandated reporters for purposes of reporting campus domestic violence and sexual assault

HB2511

Requires the department of revenue to establish a process that allows for online renewal of license plates and windshield placards for disabled persons

HB2510

Establishes the offense of placing an unsafe vehicle in the stream of commerce

HB2509

Provides that a person cannot be sentenced to death if he or she raises the issue that he or she suffered from a serious mental illness at the time of the commission of the offense

HB2508

Establishes the Missouri office of equal opportunity in statute

HB2507

Prohibits law enforcement agencies from transferring seized property to a federal agency in forfeiture litigation except if the seized property is $50,000 or more in currency

HB2506

Provides processes for the recorder of deeds to record electronic documents and procedures for remote online notarization

HB2505

Modifies provisions relating to defined benefit plans

HB2504

Modifies provisions relating to termination of parental rights and consent to adoption petitions in juvenile courts

HB2503

Changes the laws regarding the taxation of feminine hygiene products and diapers

HB2502

Changes the laws regarding taxation

HB2501

Authorizes a sales tax exemption on initiation fees and dues paid to 501(c)(7) nonprofit social clubs

HB2500

Modifies provisions relating to personal care assistance services

HB2499

Modifies provisions relating to videoconferencing at parole hearings

HB2498

Modifies provisions relating to the Health Care Cost Reduction and Transparency Act

HB2497

Modifies provisions relating to licensure to operate certain motor vehicles

HB2496

Establishes the Towing Task Force within the department of transportation

HB2495

Establishes the "Private College Campus Protection Act" which allows private institutions of higher education to appoint persons to be members of a campus police department

HB2494

Requires the Department of Elementary and Secondary Education to conduct a study related to calculations performed for purposes of federal education laws

HB2493

Requires a monthly report of all misdemeanor and felony charges or convictions within a correctional center

HB2492

Modifies provisions for absentee voting.

HB2491

Modifies provisions relating to disabled license plates and placards

HB2490

Changes provisions relating to advanced practice registered nurses

HB2489

Changes the laws regarding controlled substances by removing marijuana's classification as a controlled substance

HB2488

Changes the laws regarding public nuisance

HB2487

Increases the time a motor vehicle owner is allowed between having a motor vehicle inspected and registering the vehicle for certain vehicles purchased from a dealer

HB2486

Requires that the Department of Transportation utility corridor be 12 feet wide with the location determined by the State Highways and Transportation Commission

HB2485

Changes the law regarding motor vehicle decal fees

HB2484

Establishes the I-70 Regional Transportation District

HB2483

Establishes a "miles driven" fee to be paid at the time of registration of a motor vehicle with a model year of 2020 and later

HB2482

Allows the department of transportation to, by rule, adjust certain transportation fees by the percentage of inflationary increase or decrease.

HB2481

Decreases the fine for failure to wear protective headgear while operating or riding as a passenger on a motorcycle or motortricycle

HB2480

Repeals the yield tax on certain forestry products

HB2479

Allows a Department of Natural Resources permittee to use the least expensive design option to meet any environmental standard if the plan meets all other permit requirements

HB2478

Modifies provision for municipal and school board elections.

HB2477

Modifies provisions relating to the children's services funds

HB2476

Modifies provisions relating to the sunshine law.

HB2475

Authorizes a tax credit for taxpayers whose pensions are reduced for certain reasons

HB2474

Establishes the Urban Education Institute

HB2473

Authorizes the Department of Natural Resources to acquire certain property in Kinloch, Missouri for the establishment of a state park

HB2472

Changes the laws regarding income tax rates

HB2471

Requires legislative lobbyists and legislative liaisons to complete sexual harassment training offered by the Missouri Ethics Commission

HB2470

Changes the laws regarding cemetery trust funds to allow use of principal funds in certain situations

HB2469

Modifies provisions relating to boarding of prisoners

HB2468

Licenses persons performing radio-logic imaging or administering radiation therapy and establishes the Missouri Radio-logic Imaging and Radiation Therapy Board of Examiners

HB2467

Modifies provisions relating to home school education

HB2466

Modifies provisions for the Missouri Veterans' Commission.

HB2465

Changes the definition of the state adequacy target in the school foundation formula

HB2464

Establishes the "Equity in Higher Education Funding Program"

HB2463

Modifies the definition of emergency medical condition

HB2462

Establishes additional provisions relating to forensic examinations performed on victims of sexual offenses

HB2461

Waives the fee to obtain a copy of birth certificate for homeless veterans and their immediate family.

HB2460

Designates March as "Von Willebrand Awareness Month"

HB2459

Modifies provisions relating to trial procedures for murder in the first degree

HB2458

Modifies provisions relating to virtual public schools and career and technical education

HB2457

Changes the laws regarding residential dwelling rentals

HB2456

Establishes a green alert system for missing or endangered veterans.

HB2455

Provides a method for judicial consideration of whether race played a role in decisions to impose or seek the death penalty

HB2454

Modifies provisions relating to the offense of fraudulent use of a credit device or debit device

HB2453

Changes the laws regarding surety bonds for public work contracts

HB2452

Allows the Department of Agriculture to adopt temporary alternative fuel standards in certain circumstances

HB2451

Changes the laws regarding the issuance of certain building permits

HB2450

Adjusts motor vehicle licensing and registration fees for inflation

HB2449

Modifies provisions for construction of new facilities by utility companies.

HB2448

Allows a property owner to present evidence and argue the value of the future use of the property to be taken in a condemnation proceeding

HB2447

Modifies provisions for construction of new facilities by utility companies.

HB2446

Modifies provisions relating to elementary and secondary education

HB2445

Establishes the public school parental choice act

HB2444

Increases funding under the school funding formula for school districts with an assessed valuation per student that fell within the lowest 10% of all school districts in the 2004-05 school year

HB2443

Requires school districts with students who earn industry-recognized certifications to transfer moneys for certain purposes

HB2442

Requires school financial audits to contain certain information relating to extracurricular activities within the school district

HB2441

Changes the laws regarding the management and maintenance of museums

HB2440

Authorizes a tax credit for donations to a diaper bank

HB2439

Establishes the Retirees Experiencing a Better Living Initiative Fund to advertise Missouri to retirees in other states

HB2438

Specifies that board members of a nonprofit organization are exempt from workers' compensation requirements

HB2437

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.

HB2436

Creates new provisions related to the display of posters containing representations of the Missouri state flag and other items in public schools

HB2435

Requires the state board of education to terminate the transitional school district under certain circumstances

HB2434

Changes provisions regarding punitive damages against health care providers

HB2433

Requires long-term care facilities to have on staff one person trained in suicide assessment, treatment, and management

HB2432

Allows motor vehicles to turn left on red light when turning onto a one-way street

HB2431

Creates new provisions related to payment for compensatory special education by charter schools

HB2430

Allows for the slaughter and processing of captive cervids for human consumption with certain restrictions

HB2429

Creates the offense of dangerous vehicular flight, increases the penalty for resisting arrest by fleeing in a vehicle in a dangerous manner, and requires high speed pursuit training for all peace officers

HB2428

Modifies provisions relating to the administration of vaccines

HB2427

Requires certain municipal police departments in St. Louis County to consolidate with another municipal police department or the St. Louis County Police Department

HB2426

Modifies provisions relating to adoption and post adoption contact agreements

HB2425

Designates the hellbender salamander as the official state endangered species.

HB2424

Changes the law regarding sales signs on store shelves

HB2423

Expands the Campus Free Expression Act

HB2422

Creates the Human Trafficking and Child Exploitation Prevention Act

HB2421

Modifies provisions relating to methods of self-insurance for workers' compensation

HB2420

Places restrictions on how municipalities may allocate revenues from taxes authorized under Article IV, Section 30(a) of the Constitution

HB2419

Creates the Missouri Electricity Bill Reduction Assistance Act.

HB2418

Changes the laws regarding certain sexual offenders staying in lodging establishments

HB2417

Authorizes a tax credit for contributions to school foundations

HB2416

Establishes day light saving time as the standard time of Missouri upon authorization from Congress allowing states to do so

HB2415

Authorizes the establishment of a land bank for St. Joseph and changes provisions regarding land bank agencies

HB2414

Changes the laws regarding eminent domain for electric transmission projects

HB2413

Modifies provisions relating to blood withdrawals by medical personnel for the purpose of determining alcohol content

HB2412

Modifies provisions relating to the A+ schools program

HB2411

Creates new provisions relating to school librarians

HB2410

Modifies provisions relating to certain judges

HB2409

Allows retailers of intoxicating liquors to transport products to and from a designated central warehouse

HB2408

Establishes the "Bright Flight Promise Program" and phases out the Missouri Higher Education Academic Scholarship Program

HB2407

Establishes the Advisory Council on Rare Diseases and Personalized Medicine

HB2406

Establishes provisions relating to sports wagering

HB2405

Requires private schools to provide parents with certain information about federal special education laws

HB2404

Modifies provisions related to the Missouri department of transportation and highway patrol employees' retirement system

HB2403

Designates the Lyceum Theatre in Arrow Rock, Missouri as the official state theatre.

HB2402

Establishes the "Fourth Amendment Rights Protection Act."

HB2401

Modifies provisions for eminent domain by utility entities.

HB2400

Prohibits the consumption or possession of open alcoholic beverage containers in the passenger area of a motor vehicle, with certain exceptions

HB2399

Creates new provisions of law related to student data privacy

HB2398

Enacts the Interstate Compact for the Temporary Licensure of Professionals

HB2397

Modifies provisions relating to the administration of the criminal justice system

HB2396

Specifies that legal services for certain indigent defendants shall be contracted out to private attorneys

HB2395

Allows a pharmacist to select an equivalent generic pharmaceutical unless otherwise requested by the patient or the prescriber specifically states that substitution is prohibited

HB2394

Changes the laws regarding the Missouri Board on Geographic Names and Local Records Board

HB2393

Establishes a program to designate portions of highways for famous Missourians

HB2392

Allows public access to investigations and complaints into holders of licenses in cosmetology and barbering

HB2391

Specifies procedure in officer-involved deaths and shootings by requiring a special prosecutor

HB2390

Requires certain out-of-state sellers to remit sales tax

HB2389

Reauthorizes the Donated Food Tax Credit and expands such credit to include donations to soup kitchens and homeless shelters

HB2388

Requires insurance companies to cover fertility preservation procedures for insureds with a cancer diagnosis.

HB2387

Changes the laws regarding the recovery of costs and attorney fees by the prevailing party in certain civil actions

HB2386

Extends sovereign immunity to contractors and subcontractors of the department of transportation when the contractors are performing governmental services previously performed by the department of transportation

HB2385

Modifies provisions relating to commercial zones

HB2384

Changes provisions for mental health care coverage

HB2383

Authorizes any county treasurer and the St. Louis City treasurer to create an "Office of Financial Empowerment"

HB2382

Modifies provisions relating to age attainment for school entry

HB2381

Designates May as Mental Health Awareness month.

HB2380

Transfers provisions relating to psychologists and behavioral analysts to a new chapter

HB2379

Requires certain health care professionals to complete two hours of cultural competency training as a condition of licensure

HB2378

Requires teacher-training institutions in this state receiving state aid to require students to demonstrate proficiency on the concepts of trauma-informed approach and trauma-specific interventions

HB2377

Allows taxpayers to designate another person to receive the taxpayer's property tax statements

HB2376

Modifies provisions related to disability benefits for members of the Missouri Department of Transportation and Highway Patrol Employees' Retirement System

HB2375

Establishes the "Make America Great Again Act" and repeals provisions that prohibit persons who are unlawfully present in the United States from receiving certain benefits

HB2374

Changes the laws regarding protective orders by adding abuse by the harm or threatened harm of an animal as a ground for the issuance of a protective order

HB2373

Modifies provisions relating to funding for elementary and secondary education

HB2372

Designates January 5th as Kappa Alpha Psi Day.

HB2371

Specifies penalties for school superintendents who fail to attend hearings of the general assembly after receiving official invitations

HB2370

Modifies appointments to the Missouri Consolidated Health Care Plan board of trustees.

HB2369

Requires the Governor to maintain and regularly update a list of each state board, commission, committee, or council that contains members appointed by the Governor

HB2368

Changes the due date for certain trailer license plate renewals from December to May

HB2367

Authorizes local health departments and community-based organizations to establish Safe Consumption Facilities

HB2366

Specifies that a listing of persons who die on a particular date shall be disclosed upon request, with certain restrictions

HB2365

Modifies the definition of "electric plant."

HB2364

Modifies provisions relating to intoxicating liquor

HB2363

Prohibits certain settlement agreements that contain confidentiality agreements

HB2362

Prohibits an individual from participating in the supplemental nutrition assistance program if he or she is delinquent in child support

HB2361

Modifies provisions relating to the Volunteer Health Services Act

HB2360

Changes the laws regarding public safety officers who are eligible for a survivor's and disabled employee's educational grant

HB2359

Changes the law regarding animal abuse

HB2358

Modifies provisions for the election authority's right to designate polling places.

HB2357

Specifies the law to be used to incorporate unincorporated areas into St. Louis County if St Louis City changes its form of governance to become a city within St. Louis County

HB2356

Changes the laws regarding boundary commissions

HB2355

Modifies provisions relating to physician maintenance of certification

HB2354

Requires the department of higher education to promulgate rules establishing the Coordinating Board for Mental Health Issues in Higher Education

HB2353

Requires state employees to be paid every two weeks.

HB2352

Changes the law regarding county revenues dedicated to roads by expanding the purposes for which such revenues may be used

HB2351

Changes the laws regarding trusts

HB2350

Changes the law regarding certain criminal offenses

HB2349

Requires the Department of Natural Resources to offer certain state park property for sale to certain veterans

HB2348

Changes the cap on tuition charged at public institutions of higher education

HB2347

Designates a portion of Interstate 44 in Greene County as the "Captain Aaron J Eidem Memorial Highway".

HB2346

Modifies provisions for second-level review procedures.

HB2345

Requires board members of public water supply districts to complete training in each elected or appointed term

HB2344

Modifies provisions of the property assessment clean energy act.

HB2343

Changes the laws regarding the resale of event tickets

HB2342

Changes the law regarding the Universal Service Board

HB2341

Expands the requirement for children to wear personal flotation devices

HB2340

Authorizes a tax credit for taxpayers who spend certain amounts at a sheltered workshop

HB2339

Establishes the "Missouri Military Community Reinvestment Grant Program Act."

HB2338

Specifies that guardian ad litem fees shall not be automatically waived in certain civil actions

HB2337

Modifies fee requirements for insurance companies.

HB2336

Prohibits children from being placed in the custody of individuals who have been found guilty of the offense of sexual trafficking of a child in the first degree

HB2335

Modifies provisions relating to school employee retirement systems

HB2334

Prohibits political subdivisions from adopting ordinances restricting the use of plastic bags or other disposable containers.

HB2333

Modifies provisions for the election authority's right to designate polling places.

HB2332

Modifies provisions relating to bidding on construction projects authorized by school districts

HB2331

Allows roofing contractors to take an examination testing the individual's knowledge of general roofing practices

HB2330

Designates a portion of State Highway 30 in St. Louis County as the "Officer Blake Snyder Memorial Highway"

HB2329

Changes the laws regarding county budgets

HB2328

Repeals a provision relating to waivers by blind employees

HB2327

Specifies procedure in officer-involved deaths and shootings by requiring the officer take a drug test and undergo a psychiatric evaluation

HB2326

Modifies provisions relating to certain public safety funds

HB2325

Changes the laws regarding notice of unclaimed property

HB2324

Authorizes a sales tax holiday for products made in the USA

HB2323

Changes the laws regarding rates charged by health care providers

HB2322

Modifies provisions of the retirement system for prosecuting and circuit attorneys

HB2321

Establishes the Missouri Compassionate Care Act regarding the licensure of medical cannabis centers and cultivation and production facilities to provide medical cannabis to certain patients

HB2320

Authorizes the Missouri Gaming Commission to establish standards and procedures for sports wagering in the state of Missouri

HB2319

Modifies provisions relating to adoption records

HB2318

Designates a portion of State Highway 45 in Platte County as "Deputy Edward Culver Memorial Highway"

HB2317

Modifies provisions about documents in the public service commission that are open to sunshine requests.

HB2316

Establishes a child tax credit

HB2315

Establishes a child tax credit

HB2314

Changes the laws regarding the interest on tax payments

HB2313

Modifies provisions for notice of elections in political subdivisions and special districts.

HB2312

Establishes the "Occupational Regulation Defense Act"

HB2311

Modifies provisions relating to unlawful discrimination

HB2310

Repeals a provision of law stating that an officer may use all necessary means to effect an arrest when a defendant flees or forcibly resists arrest after he or she is given notice of the officer's intent to arrest

HB2309

Modifies provisions relating to the powers and duties of civilian review boards

HB2308

Provides that the practices of cosmetology and barbering do not include shampooing

HB2307

Exempts certain motor vehicles used to transport farm products from motor vehicle inspection requirements

HB2306

Establishes the Environmental Restoration Corporation Act

HB2305

Authorizes a tax deduction for certain veterans who receive income through student loan forgiveness

HB2304

Requires children under two years of age to be secured in rear-facing child passenger restraint systems

HB2303

Establishes the Maternal Mortality Review Board

HB2302

Establishes Blair's Law which specifies that a person commits the crime of unlawful use of a weapon if she or she discharges a firearm within or into the limits of a municipality with criminal negligence

HB2301

Requires children under the age of 18 to be prosecuted for most criminal offenses in juvenile courts unless the child is certified as an adult

HB2300

Grants the State Board of Nursing the authority to establish an intervention program and an alternative program for nurses who are dependent on alcohol or other mind-altering drugs

HB2299

Specifies that a new circuit judge may be added when a new jail or law enforcement center is constructed in the 6th circuit

HB2298

Changes the laws regarding the disclosure of health care services

HB2297

Modifies provisions relating to medically accurate information provided to a woman prior to an abortion

HB2296

Requires organizations that provide pregnancy-related services to provide medically accurate information regarding reproductive health options in order to receive state funding

HB2295

Allows certain physician assistants, assistant physicians, and advanced practice registered nurses who are licensed under chapter 334 to provide psychiatric treatment to certain mental health patients

HB2294

Allows school boards to provide certain information on influenza disease to parents and guardians of students

HB2293

Allows for a patient's designation of a caregiver to provide care following discharge from a hospital or ambulatory surgical center

HB2292

Allows high school students to fulfill one unit of academic credit with a computer science course for any required math or science unit

HB2291

Repeals certain sections ruled unconstitutional by the Missouri Supreme Court

HB2290

Modifies provisions relating to financial interest statements

HB2289

Modifies provisions for waterworks and sewerage rates.

HB2288

Allows counties, cities, towns, and villages to charge an additional $1 fee on car rentals, with the proceeds to be used for road and bridge improvements

HB2287

Requires automatic driver's license revocation when a driver strikes a highway worker in a construction or work zone

HB2286

Modifies the definition of local log truck and local log truck tractor

HB2285

Requires course materials and instruction relating to human sexuality and sexually transmitted diseases to contain information about sexual harassment, sexual violence, and consent

HB2284

Modifies the Campus Free Expression Act

HB2283

Establishes the Missouri Empowerment Scholarships Accounts Program

HB2282

Creates new provisions of law related to computer science

HB2281

Requires that all sales or transfers of firearms be processed through a licensed firearms dealer

HB2280

Expands MO HealthNet benefits for pregnant women to provide substance abuse treatment for up to one year after giving birth

HB2279

Modifies provisions for the purchasing of innovative technology by the office of administration

HB2278

Modifies provisions relating to the MO Rx Plan

HB2277

Exempts permanently disabled persons from the requirement that a physician's statement be provided each time a disabled license plate or windshield placard is renewed.

HB2276

Modifies the offense of unlawful possession of a firearm

HB2275

Creates the "Evidence-Based Policy Making Commission."

HB2274

Modifies requirements for the Missouri DeMolay license plate

HB2273

Specifies that the standard of proof to award punitive damages in actions against health care providers is by clear and convincing evidence

HB2272

Modifies fee requirements for insurance companies.

HB2271

Contains provisions relating to the operation of automated motor vehicles in the state and establishes the "Automated Vehicle Safety Advisory Committee"

HB2270

Modifies provisions regarding motor vehicle insurance.

HB2269

Implements the Streamlined Sales and Use Tax Agreement

HB2268

Modifies certain department of transportation reporting requirements

HB2267

Enacts provisions relating to automated driving systems

HB2266

Requires organizations that provide pregnancy-related services to provide medically accurate information regarding reproductive health options in order to receive state funding

HB2265

Modifies provisions for public utilities.

HB2264

Changes the laws regarding the safekeeping of personal information

HB2263

Modifies provisions for competitive bidding.

HB2262

Increases the court cost collected for the statewide court automation fund from $7 to $25

HB2261

Increases the penalties for the offense of failing to yield the right-of-way and the time period the court may order the suspension of a person's driving privilege for the offense

HB2260

Changes the laws regarding the Brain Injury Fund

HB2259

Changes the laws regarding rape kits by requiring the attorney general to establish a system to track the status of the kits

HB2258

Allows persons at least eighteen years of age who work in a business licensed to sell intoxicating liquor to carry any liquor purchased to a customer's vehicle

HB2257

Modifies provisions relating to the petroleum storage tank insurance fund

HB2256

Establishes a grant program for the installation of broadband internet service

HB2255

Modifies provisions relating to the Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics Initiative

HB2254

Changes the laws regarding consumer products so that certain individuals and businesses have a right to repair information from certain manufacturers

HB2253

Modifies provisions relating to complaints filed with the Missouri Commission on Human Rights regarding discrimination based upon a person's sexual orientation

HB2252

Modifies provisions relating to transfer of students within districts and between districts

HB2251

Establishes the Consumer Legal Funding Model Act

HB2250

Changes the law regarding local development incentives by requiring certain development entities to receive voter approval every ten years

HB2249

Modifies provisions relating to child care facilities

HB2248

Allows providers or resellers of commercial mobile radio services to opt out of contributions to the Universal Service Fund

HB2247

Changes provisions relating to charter schools

HB2246

Changes the law regarding charter schools

HB2245

Expands the definition of "dangerous dog" for the purposes of committing the offense of keeping a dangerous dog.

HB2244

Authorizes cotton growers to vote to utilize boll weevil eradication funds for other purposes

HB2243

Modifies certain provisions relating to county recording fees

HB2242

Establishes the Missouri Municipality Government Expenditure Database

HB2241

Exempts certain projects from the Tax Increment Allocation Redevelopment Act annual appropriation cap

HB2240

Allows insurance companies to offer premiums based on seat belt usage.

HB2239

Modifies provisions relating to electrical contractors

HB2238

Establishes the “Social Innovation Grant Program” to find alternative solutions for serving the state's vulnerable populations

HB2237

Requires a pharmacy to fill a valid and lawful prescription for any FDA-approved drug or device to prevent pregnancy including emergency contraceptives without delay

HB2236

Establishes the Women's Right to the Pill Act

HB2235

Requires counties to establish civilian review boards and modifies provisions relating to civilian review boards

HB2234

Requires course materials and instruction relating to human sexuality and sexually transmitted diseases to contain information about sexual harassment, sexual violence, and consent

HB2233

Modifies provisions of law relating to advanced practice registered nurses

HB2232

Establishes the Safe Schools Act

HB2231

Removes the requirement that land surveyors submit letters of reference in order to be licensed

HB2230

Modifies the damages for the offense of institutional vandalism to certain property

HB2229

Prohibits the use of public funds for lobbying purposes

HB2228

Allows an individual to deduct income earned through active military duty, the National Guard, or reserve components of the Armed Forces of the United States from their Missouri adjusted gross income.

HB2227

Establishes the Taxpayer Protection Act, which implements protocols on persons who prepare tax returns for others

HB2226

Establishes the Litigation Financing Consumer Protection Act

HB2225

Modifies provisions relating to health insurer reimbursement practices

HB2224

Prohibits retail establishments from providing or selling single-use plastic carryout bags to customers.

HB2223

Modifies provisions relating to the Missouri ethics commission

HB2222

Modifies provisions relating to electrical energy.

HB2221

Modifies provisions relating to registered interior designers

HB2220

Caps school superintendent salaries and requires publication of school employee salaries in local newspapers

HB2219

Changes the law regarding the crime of false reports and creates civil liability for the crime in certain situations

HB2218

Abolishes the death penalty in Missouri

HB2217

Establishes the "Trauma-Informed Care for Children and Families Board"

HB2216

Prohibits political subdivisions from restricting the rights of certain property owners with regard to water resources

HB2215

Exempts state road projects from the prevailing wage law to the extent allowed by federal law

HB2214

Modifies provisions of the "Property Assessment Clean Energy Act"

HB2213

Requires water supply districts that intend to modify their water supply fluoridation to seek information about the impact from their local health department

HB2212

Repeals a provision prohibiting voters from allowing their ballots to be seen

HB2211

Requires the Office of Administration to post all public meeting times for state boards, commissions, committees, and councils on the accountability portal.

HB2210

Creates new provisions related to school finance

HB2209

Establishes a Prescription Abuse Registry

HB2208

Modifies provisions of law relating to paper ballots

HB2207

Allows the department of transportation to authorize, operate, and approve construction designs for transportation sensor systems

HB2206

Changes the laws regarding foreign ownership of agricultural land

HB2205

Allows licensed professional counselors to be reimbursed for mental health services provided to eligible adults under MO HealthNet

HB2204

Changes the laws regarding consumer products so that certain manufacturers are required to provide repair information to certain individuals and businesses

HB2203

Increases the number of Associate Circuit Court Judges in Cole County from one to two

HB2202

Modifies provisions relating to retirement for police officers

HB2201

Establishes the Show Me Rural Jobs Fund

HB2200

Modifies provisions relating to elementary and secondary education

HB2199

Changes the laws regarding managed care under the MO HealthNet program

HB2198

Requires lethal injections to be administered in a manner that allows consenting inmates to donate organs

HB2197

Changes the law regarding the Public Service Commission

HB2196

Designates the second Wednesday in May as Celiac Awareness Day in Missouri.

HB2195

Enacts provisions relating to motor vehicle franchises

HB2194

Modifies provisions relating to criminal records

HB2193

Creates the veterans' bill of rights.

HB2192

Modifies the bonding requirement for the treasurer of a seven-director school district

HB2191

Changes the crime of unlawful sale, distribution, or purchase of over-the-counter methamphetamine precursor drugs by expanding the crime to include two additional drugs

HB2190

Prohibits employers from discriminating in providing compensation based on gender for the same work

HB2189

Establishes the Missouri Veterans' Heritage Protection Act

HB2188

Establishes the Show Me Opportunity Scholarship Program

HB2187

Designates a portion of Business Highway 63 in Adair County as the "Bluegrass Queen Rhonda Vincent Highway"

HB2186

Authorizes the City of Centralia to impose a sales tax whose revenue is dedicated to public safety

HB2185

Removes the statute of limitations for certain actions regarding child abuse and sexual offenses committed against a child

HB2184

Modifies provisions relating to the Public School Retirement System of Kansas City

HB2183

Modifies provisions relating to hospital licensure and regulations

HB2182

Requires all counties and municipalities to participate in the National Flood Insurance Program and modifies provisions relating to floodplain management

HB2181

Modifies the Model Traffic Ordinance with respect to signals indicating the approach of a train

HB2180

Modifies provisions relating to the sale of salvage vehicles

HB2179

Prohibits public bodies from entering into certain contracts.

HB2178

Prohibits sheriffs from releasing the name or personal information of any person issued a concealed carry permit, except under certain limited circumstances

HB2177

Requires the State Board of Mediation to conduct an election to certify the exclusive bargaining representatives of an appropriate collective bargaining unit for certain public employees every two years

HB2176

Creates the Missouri Video Lottery Control Act

HB2175

Requires the Children's Division to refer all cases in which a birth mother or infant tests positive for illegal controlled substances after childbirth to the Juvenile Office

HB2174

Establishes the Pregnant Workers' Fairness Act

HB2173

Prohibits an employer from taking an adverse employment action based on an employee's reproductive health care decision

HB2172

Establishes the "Fourth Amendment Affirmation Act"

HB2171

Modifies provisions relating to the blind pension fund

HB2170

Enacts provisions relating to the use of public funds for lobbying activities

HB2169

Modifies provisions relating to tax rates of school districts

HB2168

Changes the laws regarding local sales taxes so that no political subdivision may raise the rates above twelve percent

HB2167

Prohibits certain individuals from possessing a firearm due to domestic violence and requires police officers to remove firearms at the scene of a domestic violence call

HB2166

Allows victims of certain crimes to be released from certain lease agreements if documentation is provided to the landlord

HB2165

Changes the laws regarding the interest on tax payments

HB2164

Modifies provisions relating to referrals of children who may have been exposed to controlled substances

HB2163

Requires elder abuse investigators to provide specified written materials to alleged perpetrators

HB2162

Implements the Streamlined Sales and Use Tax Agreement

HB2161

Changes the laws regarding foreign ownership of agricultural land

HB2160

Abolishes the doctrine of adverse possession in Missouri

HB2159

Prohibits a person from transporting a minor across state lines to obtain an abortion without the consent required by state law

HB2158

Specifies when persons operating or riding a motorcycle or motortricycle must wear protective headgear and imposes certain insurance requirements for persons who elect to ride without protective headgear

HB2157

Establishes the State Technology Modernization Fund

HB2156

Allows taxpayers to classify individuals as independent contractors under certain circumstances

HB2155

Allows wholesalers to employ persons 18 years of age to unload delivery vehicles and transfer liquor into retail premises with supervision

HB2154

Changes the laws regarding sales and use tax so that a percentage of revenue collected is dedicated to the state road fund

HB2153

Creates the Emergency Bridge Repair and Replacement Fund

HB2152

Authorizes the Department of Transportation to set fees for drivers' licenses and license plates

HB2151

Allows the department of transportation to sell naming rights for highways and bridges not already named

HB2150

Changes the laws regarding the highway patrol so that it is funded under the general revenue

HB2149

Changes the law regarding taxation to modify sales and use tax definitions and to increase the motor fuel tax by seventeen cents

HB2148

Changes the law regarding motor fuel fees

HB2147

Changes the law regarding taxation so that the top income tax rate is reduced over several years and the motor fuel tax is increased by a proportional amount to be revenue neutral

HB2146

Authorizes a tax deduction for teachers who receive income as student loan forgiveness

HB2145

Creates the offense of unlawful traffic interference

HB2144

Changes the law regarding the residency requirement for the attorney general

HB2143

Prohibits certain candidates for office from engaging in certain campaign fundraising techniques

HB2142

Specifies that any issue to increase any tax, license, fee, or levy requiring voter approval under Article X of the Missouri Constitution must be placed on the ballot only on the general election day

HB2141

Prohibits mental health professionals from engaging in conversion therapy or sexual orientation change efforts with minors

HB2140

Modifies provisions for public contracts for purchasing supplies.

HB2139

Allows additional time for children who are homeless or in Children's Division custody to comply with immunization requirements

HB2138

Establishes a statewide STEM career awareness program

HB2137

Establishes the creative classroom act

HB2136

Establishes the Missouri Freedom to Choose Health Care Act

HB2135

Requires the director of the department of transportation to be appointed by the governor, subject to the advice and consent of the senate

HB2134

Requires certain public schools to offer breakfast after the bell

HB2133

Modifies provisions for city and county libraries.

HB2132

Specifies procedure in officer-involved deaths and severe officer misconduct by requiring a special prosecutor

HB2131

Modifies provisions relating to the compensation of drug court commissioners

HB2130

Requires state agencies to support competitive integrated employment for persons with disabilities

HB2129

Requires thirty minutes of instruction regarding decisions on organ donation during high school

HB2128

Creates certain provisions relating to computer science

HB2127

Modifies provisions relating to assistant physicians

HB2126

Requires health care providers to provide a cost estimate for health care services or procedures prior to the provision of such services or procedures

HB2125

Establishes the "Right to Shop Act"

HB2124

Specifies that no defendant shall be allowed a change of venue as a matter of right

HB2123

Modifies provisions relating to the sale of intoxicating liquor and lottery tickets by persons found guilty of certain offenses

HB2122

Modifies provisions relating to vehicle sales

HB2121

Changes the laws regarding the time a person may be detained upon arrest

HB2120

Expands MO HealthNet benefits for pregnant women to provide substance abuse treatment for up to two years after giving birth

HB2119

Modifies provisions relating to punitive damages

HB2118

Changes the law regarding a local sales taxes so that a provision authorizing certain cities to enact a public safety sales tax is expanded to any city in the state

HB2117

Modifies provisions relating to eye drops for newborn infants

HB2116

Exempts certain types of vessels from provisions prohibiting passengers from riding in certain areas of a motorboat

HB2115

Modifies provisions of the Missouri Higher Education Savings Program

HB2114

Authorizes the General Assembly to remove any department director or deputy director if it determines that the removal is necessary for the betterment of public service

HB2113

Prohibits certain charges to customers by public water supply districts and metropolitan water supply districts.

HB2112

Changes the law regarding a county sales tax for transportation infrastructure by removing the provision requiring the tax be approved by voters every four years

HB2111

Authorizes Pemiscot and New Madrid Counties to vote to change the county prosecutor from a full-time to part-time position

HB2110

Increases the reward a county commission may offer for the apprehension of a felon from $500 to $100,000

HB2109

Specifies that actions against attorneys and law firms for malpractice shall be brought within two years

HB2108

Prohibits actions for personal injury or death from being brought under the Merchandising Practices Act

HB2107

Creates provisions relating to the registering of roofing contractors

HB2106

Establishes the "Patients First Medicaid Reform Act"

HB2105

Establishes the Opioid Addiction Prevention and Treatment Act of 2018

HB2104

Restricts the use of cell-site simulator devices

HB2103

Establishes the State Technology Modernization Fund

HB2102

Changes the laws regarding property classifications for zoning so that sawmills are classified as agricultural property

HB2101

Specifies that guardian ad litem fees shall not be automatically waived in certain civil actions

HB2100

Modifies provisions relating to complaints filed with the Missouri Commission on Human Rights regarding discrimination based upon a person's sexual orientation or gender identity

HB2099

Changes provisions relating to the State Board of Nursing

HB2098

Repeals statutory provisions relating to the Missouri Children's Services Commission

HB2097

Establishes the Freedom to Choose Trash Collection Services Act, which requires voter approval of any contract with mandated haulers of trash collection except in certain political subdivisions

HB2096

Authorizes a fire protection district to continue to provide services to areas annexed by certain municipalities

HB2095

Prohibits the use of hand-held electronic wireless communications devices while driving non-commercial and commercial motor vehicles; but allows the use of such devices when used hands-free by operators of non-commercial motor vehicles who are fully licensed and eighteen years of age or older.

HB2094

Increases the per diem for street light maintenance district board members from $50 to $100 per meeting attended

HB2093

Authorizes a tax credit for certain contraception costs

HB2092

Authorizes, upon voter approval, a ten-cent tax increase on motor fuel and twelve-cent tax increase on diesel fuel

HB2091

Authorizes, upon voter approval, a ten-cent tax increase on motor fuel

HB2090

Changes provisions relating to the scope of practice for physical therapists

HB2089

Modifies provisions relating to tort actions, specifically unlawful merchandising practices, products liability claims, and venue requirements

HB2088

Prohibits covenants not to compete

HB2087

Establishes an administrative procedure for driver's license suspensions and revocations for persons with intermediate driver's license who have been cited for certain high-risk driving offenses

HB2086

Requires all insurance plans to cover abortion services at no cost to the individual

HB2085

Requires all insurance plans to cover postpartum services at no cost to the individual

HB2084

Requires all insurance plans to cover contraceptives at no cost to the individual

HB2083

Repeals the provision stating that it is the intent of the General Assembly to grant the right to life to all humans, born and unborn

HB2082

Creates provisions requiring permits to purchase firearms

HB2081

Prohibits the transfer of certain types of weapons and accessories

HB2080

Requires temporary license permits to be returned to the department of revenue upon issue of permanent registration plates.

HB2079

Modifies provisions relating to coroners

HB2078

Modifies provisions relating to the Temporary Assistance for Needy Families program and Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program

HB2077

Requires long-term care insurers to file their premium rates with the Department of Insurance, Financial Institutions and Professional Registration and annual rate increases over 20% to be approved by director

HB2076

Specifies that public institutions of higher education shall not require their students to pay fees related to health care if they show proof of health insurance coverage

HB2075

Establishes the "Professional Employer Organization Act"

HB2074

Prohibits public institutions of higher learning from discriminating against a religious student organization or denying a religious student association any benefit available to any other student association

HB2073

Allows school districts to display on school property scenes or symbols associated with traditional winter and spring celebrations

HB2072

Allows a court to reduce a life without parole sentence to a sentence of life with eligibility for parole in certain circumstances

HB2071

Allows a court to reduce a sentence for the offense of armed criminal action under certain circumstances

HB2070

Changes the base annual compensation ranges for certain police officers

HB2069

Modifies provisions relating to the appointment of a guardian or conservator of an incapacitated person

HB2068

Modifies provisions relating to the Medicaid per diem reimbursement rate for nursing homes

HB2067

Imposes restrictions on the use of the terms "Missouri Whiskey", "Missouri Bourbon", and "Missouri Bourbon Whiskey"

HB2066

Changes the law regarding criminal procedure so that a prosecuting attorney cannot amend a misdemeanor offense with a felony offense without the discovery of new material facts or evidence

HB2065

Changes the laws regarding hate crimes by adding offenses motivated by the victim's political affiliation

HB2064

Creates the Missouri Premium Security Plan.

HB2063

Allows individuals 75 years of age or older to be excused from jury duty without cause

HB2062

Allows law enforcement agencies located in the Joplin area to request assistance from agencies in other jurisdictions, including some jurisdictions located in Kansas and Oklahoma.

HB2061

Establishes the offense of causing a false emergency response and establishes civil liability for damages resulting therefrom

HB2060

Establishes guidelines filling vacancies in the General Assembly and for nominations to the United States Congress.

HB2059

Modifies provisions of sunshine laws relating to data exchanged on government-issued cell phones.

HB2058

Changes the law regarding the Public Service Commission

HB2057

Changes the law regarding the Public Service Commission

HB2056

Changes the law regarding the Public Service Commission

HB2055

Changes the law regarding the Public Service Commission

HB2054

Changes the law regarding the Public Service Commission

HB2053

Changes the law regarding the Public Service Commission

HB2052

Changes the law regarding the Public Service Commission

HB2051

Changes the law regarding the Public Service Commission

HB2050

Modifies provisions relating to the Champion for Children Tax Credit

HB2049

Requires the secretary of state to establish a system of automatic voter registration

HB2048

Doubles the fine for littering with cigarettes or cigars

HB2047

Requires all motor vehicle insurers to notify the Department of Revenue of lapsed policies in order to allow the owner to provide proof of insurance or surrender the license plates if no proof is provided

HB2046

Changes the laws regarding tax increment financing so that requirements regarding project approval apply equally throughout the state

HB2045

Repeals the definition of municipal ordinance violations which were added to the calculation limiting the percentage of annual general operating revenue that can come from fines and court costs for minor violations and allows for confinement for minor traffic violations

HB2044

Relating to retirement benefits for public employees

HB2043

Designates the first Tuesday in May as "Law Enforcement Appreciation Day."

HB2042

Modifies provisions relating to sexual offenders

HB2041

Allows the Department of Natural Resources to promulgate rules for the management and closure of coal combustion residual surface impoundments and landfills

HB2040

Modifies provisions relating to child abuse investigations

HB2039

Creates the "Missouri Route 66 Centennial Commission"

HB2038

Modifies provisions relating to salaries for certain county officials

HB2037

Exempts Congressional Medal of Honor license plates from the special plate fee

HB2036

Requires certain charities that partner with government entities to disclose financial records

HB2035

Creates a fund dedicated to transportation projects from the revenue saved through lower tax credit redemptions

HB2034

Modifies provisions relating to industrial hemp

HB2033

Modifies provisions of law relating to paper ballots

HB2032

Modifies the process by which travel hardships are granted to public school pupils

HB2031

Modifies provisions regarding service dogs.

HB2030

Authorizes any fire protection district in Clay County to impose, upon voter approval, a sales tax dedicated to the fire protection district

HB2029

Creates preference for bidders who are residents of Missouri when bidding on projects for the state, its agencies, and political subdivisions

HB2028

Creates provisions relating to the registration of roofing contractors

HB2027

Modifies provisions relating to diligent search efforts for a child's biological parents by the Children's Division

HB2026

Modifies provisions relating to the separation of persons confined in jails

HB2019

To appropriate money for purposes for the several departments and offices of state government; for planning and capital improvements

HB2018

To appropriate money for purposes for the several departments and offices of state government; for projects involving the maintenance, repair, replacement, and improvement of state buildings and facilities

HB2017

To appropriate money for capital improvement and other purposes for the several departments of state government

HB2014

To appropriate money for supplemental purposes for the several departments and offices of state government

HB2013

Appropriates money for real property leases and related services

HB2012

Appropriates money for the expenses, grants, refunds, and distributions of statewide elected officials, the Judiciary, Office of the State Public Defender, and General Assembly

HB2011

Appropriates money for the expenses, grants, and distributions of the Department of Social Services

HB2010

Appropriates money for the expenses, grants, refunds, and distributions of the Department of Mental Health, Board of Public Buildings, and Department of Health and Senior Services

HB2009

Appropriates money for the expenses, grants, refunds, and distributions of the Department of Corrections

HB2008

Appropriates money for the expenses, grants, refunds, and distributions of the Department of Public Safety

HB2007

Appropriates money for the departments of Economic Development; Insurance, Financial Institutions and Professional Registration; and Labor and Industrial Relations

HB2006

Appropriates money for the expenses, grants, refunds, and distributions of the Department of Agriculture, Department of Natural Resources, and Department of Conservation

HB2005

Appropriates money for the expenses, grants, refunds, and distributions of the Office of Administration, Department of Transportation, and Department of Public Safety

HB2004

Appropriates money for the expenses, grants, refunds, and distributions of the Department of Revenue and Department of Transportation

HB2003

Appropriates money for the expenses, grants, refunds, and distributions of the Department of Higher Education

HB2002

Appropriates money for the expenses, grants, refunds, and distributions of the State Board of Education and Department of Elementary and Secondary Education

HB2001

Appropriates money to the Board of Fund Commissioners

HB2000

Changes the law regarding the Public Service Commission

HB1999

Modifies provisions for public utility rate adjustment.

HB1998

Creates guidelines for reviewing the comprehensive state energy plan.

HB1997

Modifies provisions relating to campaign finance

HB1996

Modifies provisions relating to racial profiling and training standards for law enforcement, and establishes the Racial and Identity Profiling Advisory Board

HB1995

Establishes the Joint Committee on Unsolved Civil Rights Cases

HB1994

Establishes provisions for net neutrality

HB1993

Requires a crime inquiry and inspection report for every towing where a law enforcement officer is involved, regardless of whether the towing is initiated by a law enforcement officer or requested by another party

HB1992

Modifies the composition of the Missouri State Board of Nursing

HB1991

Modifies provisions relating to wireless facilities and related infrastructure

HB1990

Requires law enforcement officers to give persons under arrest forty-eight hours to arrange for their motor vehicle to be removed before authorizing a towing company to remove a motor vehicle

HB1989

Establishes provisions regarding the limited legalization of marijuana

HB1988

Establishes the Customer Utility Protection Act

HB1987

Changes the statute of limitations for certain actions regarding child abuse and sexual offenses committed against a child

HB1986

Requires the Department of Corrections to perform specified actions to improve the ability of working inmates to obtain employment upon release from incarceration

HB1985

Modifies provisions relating to workers' compensation for firefighters

HB1984

Specifies that the first $100,000 in an individual's ABLE account shall not be considered an asset for purposes of the asset limits of the blind pension program

HB1983

Exempts permanently disabled persons from the requirement that a physician's statement be provided each time a disabled license plate or windshield placard is renewed.

HB1982

Modifies the penalties permitted for certain traffic and traffic-related offenses

HB1981

Specifies that a state employee who works 10 hour days and 40 hours per week cannot be required to take two hours of vacation leave for paid holidays

HB1980

Changes the laws regarding the use of credit information when underwriting insurance contracts and prohibits insurers from taking adverse actions based on a person's credit report or insurance score

HB1979

Creates subdistricts within certain school districts

HB1978

Changes the laws regarding street light maintenance district elections

HB1977

Changes the law regarding grants for water supply and sewer systems.

HB1976

Modifies definitions relating to child abuse to specify that persons responsible for the care, custody, and control of a child shall include school personnel

HB1975

Changes the laws regarding businesses established from agreements between political subdivisions by limiting such a business's conduct to the purposes of its formation or subjecting the business to for-profit status

HB1974

Establishes the Missouri Earned Family and Medical Leave Act

HB1973

Modifies provisions relating to agricultural stormwater discharges

HB1972

Modifies provisions regarding portable electronics insurance.

HB1971

Prohibits the sale of baby crib bumper pads

HB1970

Authorizes legal counsel for the Department of Mental Health to have standing in certain hearings involving a person unable to stand trial due to lack of mental fitness

HB1969

Modifies provisions relating to maintenance orders

HB1968

Designates the "Show Me" tartan as the official tartan of the state of Missouri.

HB1967

Repeals provisions of the state merit personnel system

HB1966

Modifies provisions relating to records pertaining to foster homes

HB1965

Modifies provisions relating to statutes of limitations

HB1964

Changes the laws regarding income tax

HB1963

Establishes the Veterans Home Resident Monitoring Care Act

HB1962

Changes the laws regarding the MO HealthNet program

HB1961

Modifies provisions relating to the powers and duties of civilian review boards

HB1960

Requires applicants for employment as peace officers to undergo psychological evaluations aimed at identifying an applicant's potential prejudices, including overt and implicit biases

HB1959

Requires the highway patrol to investigate any incident in which a law enforcement officer is involved in a shooting or instance resulting in serious bodily harm or death

HB1958

Designates the Sheriff of the City of St. Louis and deputies as law enforcement officers eligible for certain training and licensure

HB1957

Requires districts with a sufficient number of children determined to be gifted to establish special programs for the gifted children

HB1956

Establishes the Missouri Earned Family and Medical Leave Act

HB1955

Allows a health care provider to transfer a long-acting reversible contraceptive to a patient other than the patient to whom it was initially prescribed in certain circumstances

HB1954

Modifies provisions relating to real estate licensee immunity from liability

HB1953

Requires the Department of Health and Senior Services to develop and disseminate information regarding the bone marrow registry

HB1952

Prohibits the use of hand-held electronic wireless communications devices while driving non-commercial and commercial motor vehicles; but allows the use of such devices when used hands-free by operators of non-commercial motor vehicles who are fully licensed and eighteen years of age or older.

HB1951

Expands insurance coverage for certain infertility treatments.

HB1950

Requires insurance plans to cover up to a 12-month supply of hormonal contraceptives at one time.

HB1949

Requires employers to allow mothers breaks to express breast milk

HB1948

Changes the law regarding the uniform wireless communication infrastructure deployment act.

HB1947

Changes the law regarding sale of water or wastewater systems in fourth class cities.

HB1946

Requires referrals for out-of-state abortions to be accompanied by specified printed materials

HB1945

Modifies provisions relating to the confiscation of animals

HB1944

Modifies provisions relating to background checks for foster families

HB1943

Authorizes a sales tax exemption for utilities used in commercial food preparation

HB1942

Allows institutions of higher education to designate one or more faculty or staff members as campus protection officers

HB1941

Modifies provisions related to training of school board members

HB1940

Establishes the Cronkite New Voices Act

HB1939

Creates new provisions of law related to serving meals to students

HB1938

Creates civil rights for homeless persons.

HB1937

Prohibits political subdivisions from regulating the open carry of firearms

HB1936

Modifies provisions relating to the concealed carrying of firearms

HB1935

Establishes provisions for lifetime parole supervision for offenders serving sentences of life without parole after a minimum of twenty-five years of confinement

HB1934

Requires the Secretary of State to establish a system for automatic voter registration

HB1933

Modifies provisions relating to unlawful discriminatory housing practices

HB1932

Changes the laws regarding consumer credit interest rates

HB1931

Authorizes a parent or guardian of a minor to request a security freeze on the minor's credit report

HB1930

Modifies rules regarding proper display of the United States flag.

HB1929

Authorizes, upon voter approval, a sales tax dedicated to public safety in the city of Riverside and certain other cities

HB1928

Changes the laws relating to professional registration

HB1927

Requires the Department of Health and Senior Services to develop a voluntary nonopioid directive form to allow a person to refuse the administration or prescription of opioids

HB1926

Modifies provisions relating to public contracts

HB1925

Modifies provisions relating to elementary and secondary education

HB1924

Modifies provisions relating to alcohol industry trade practices

HB1923

Changes the laws relating to labor organizations

HB1922

Requires the judges of the twenty-second judicial circuit to appoint the sheriff of the City of St. Louis

HB1921

Adopts an agreement to elect the president by national popular vote

HB1920

Repeals a provision prohibiting voters from allowing their ballots to be seen

HB1919

Modifies provisions of law relating to emergency medical services

HB1918

Changes the laws regarding business fees so that certain fees are waived for veterans

HB1917

Modifies provisions relating to the removal of a tenant from a commercial property

HB1916

Establishes the Authorized Electronic Monitoring in Long-Term Care Facilities Act

HB1915

Modifies provisions relating to the no-call list.

HB1914

Returns the control of the City of St. Louis Police Department back to the Board of Police Commissioners

HB1913

Authorizes a tax deduction for businesses equal to the costs of installing a diaper changing table in certain bathrooms

HB1912

Changes the laws regarding tax increment financing and transportation development districts

HB1911

Creates new provisions of law relating to animal chiropractic practitioners

HB1910

Increases the penalty for assault on a law enforcement animal

HB1909

Requires candidates in political subdivision and special district elections to declare a political party.

HB1908

Changes the law regarding sanctuary policies for municipalities and other political subdivisions

HB1907

Modifies provisions relating to working animals

HB1906

Establishes the Senior Services Growth and Development Program to provide additional funding for senior services

HB1905

Establishes a procedure for the removal and disposal of abandoned aircraft on airport property

HB1904

Allows the Missouri Dental Board to issue dental faculty permits to individuals who are employed by accredited dental schools, colleges, or programs in Missouri

HB1903

Modifies provisions relating to development of utilities and eminent domain.

HB1902

Modifies provisions relating to development of utilities and eminent domain for utility purposes.

HB1901

Modifies provisions relating to security deposits held by landlords

HB1900

Provides that music therapists who have completed certain education and training requirements shall be deemed certified music therapists by the department of elementary and secondary education for the purpose of providing certain services

HB1899

Allows local educational agencies to create school-community partnerships

HB1898

Establishes the Controlled Substance Abuse Prevention Fund

HB1897

Extends the termination date on provisions that direct income tax revenue from out-of-state athletes and entertainers to certain funds

HB1896

Establishes the Psychology Interjurisdictional Compact

HB1895

Specifies that no investigation is required for a death that occurs under hospice care

HB1894

Prohibits state and political subdivision licensing authorities from compensating lobbyists to lobby on their behalf

HB1893

Changes the laws regarding the location of public auctions in the City of St. Louis

HB1892

Modifies residency requirements for deputy sheriffs

HB1891

Allows the circuit court in St. Louis City to collect a fee not to exceed twenty dollars, rather than fifteen, to go toward the law library

HB1890

Prohibits paid leadership staff of members of the general assembly from serving as paid political consultants

HB1889

Modifies provisions relating to financial interest statements

HB1888

Requires State Board of Education meetings to be recorded by video and posted on the website of the Department of Elementary and Secondary Education

HB1887

Prohibits a property owners' association from preventing a property owner from placing political signs on his or her property

HB1886

Allows taxpayers to classify individuals as independent contractors under certain circumstances

HB1885

Allows structured family caregiving as a covered service under MO HealthNet, subject to the approval of federal waivers

HB1884

Changes the laws regarding MO HealthNet services

HB1883

Establishes the "Missouri WIC Farmers' Market Nutrition Program"

HB1882

Requires scrap metal dealers to keep documentation relating to the purchase of certain recycled batteries

HB1881

Abolishes the Department of Transportation program that requires the use of biodiesel fuel in MoDOT vehicles

HB1880

Declares the intent of the general assembly to facilitate and encourage development of fiber optic infrastructure by rural electric cooperatives

HB1879

Changes the laws regarding financial transactions by public entities

HB1878

Establishes the Rate Case Modernization Act, relating to rate making for gas corporations

HB1877

Establishes the Missouri Water Safety and Security Act

HB1876

Modifies various provisions relating to degree offerings at public institutions of higher education

HB1875

Creates the crime of endangering the welfare of a child in the first degree if a person knowingly misuses a narcotic drug while pregnant

HB1874

Requires all nonfood items sold in the state capitol to be made in the USA.

HB1873

Imposes civil penalties for poaching certain animals

HB1872

Establishes a grant program for the installation of broadband internet service

HB1871

Allows testing of driverless motor vehicles until August 28, 2021

HB1870

Allows certain medications in multidose containers used by a patient during a hospital stay to be sent with the patient at discharge

HB1869

Requires first-time offenders of certain dangerous felonies to serve a minimum of 50% of their sentence

HB1868

Establishes a statewide hearing aid distribution program for low-come individuals

HB1867

Prohibits certain selective abortions relating to sex, race, or Down Syndrome

HB1866

Increases the penalty for certain crimes committed in the course of human trafficking

HB1865

Specifies that lawful owners of firearms may transport or store the firearms in locked, privately-owned motor vehicles

HB1864

Modifies provisions relating to judgment interest rates

HB1863

Modifies provisions relating to civil procedure

HB1862

Modifies provisions relating to child abuse and neglect reports

HB1861

Requires superintendents and assistant superintendents to be employed by school districts only by written contracts

HB1860

Reduces terms of office for members of the state board of education from eight years to four years and prohibits members from serving more than eight years on the board

HB1859

Allows law enforcement agencies to assist other law enforcement agencies

HB1858

Requires the Department of Revenue to feature a map of all special taxing districts on its website

HB1857

Modifies provisions relating to elections.

HB1856

Modifies provisions relating to public assistance benefits

HB1855

Repeals a provision preempting political subdivisions from passing any tax increase on cigarettes or tobacco

HB1854

Repeals the provision requiring abortion facility physicians to have staff privileges at a hospital

HB1853

Modifies provisions relating to abortion

HB1852

Changes the laws regarding abortion

HB1851

Modifies provisions relating to unlawful discriminatory practices

HB1850

Modifies the membership of the Clean Water Commission

HB1849

Applies the offense of unlawful possession of firearms to certain additional categories of individuals in possession of firearms

HB1848

Specifies how courts may rule in contractual disputes involving the law of other countries

HB1847

Specifies that a school board may vote to remove its operating levy from a certain definition related to tax increment financing for redevelopment projects

HB1846

Requires the Department of Social Services to assign individuals receiving Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) benefits to a work program

HB1845

Modifies provisions related to estate planning

HB1844

Modifies provisions relating to powers of appointment

HB1843

Modifies provisions relating to trusts directed by trust protectors

HB1842

Changes the law regarding initiative petitions.

HB1841

Requires a hunter at least six years of age but less than 16 years of age to hunt in the immediate presence of an adult with a valid hunter education certificate card

HB1840

Allows all honorably discharged veterans to fish and hunt without a permit, with certain exceptions

HB1839

Requires any statewide athletic organization with a public school district as a member to provide coaches for practices at the state fair

HB1838

Authorizes the conveyance of certain state property

HB1837

Changes the laws regarding dispensations of maintenance medications

HB1836

Implements the Streamlined Sales and Use Tax Agreement

HB1835

Changes the laws regarding the offense of prostitution

HB1834

Requires a law enforcement officer who waives the right to a jury for a lethal shooting crime be tried by a three-judge panel

HB1833

Establishes the Missouri Universal Health Assurance Program to provide a publicly financed, statewide insurance program for all residents of the state

HB1832

Changes merchandising practices and credit user protection law and creates the offenses of defacing a credit card reader and illegal use of a card scanner

HB1831

Changes the laws regarding the sales tax holiday that occurs in early August by adding an exemption for disposable diapers

HB1830

Changes provisions relating to teacher salaries

HB1829

Changes the laws regarding guardianship proceedings by requiring the state to reimburse the county for certain court costs

HB1828

Creates a certification process for individuals and organizations engaged in animal care training

HB1827

Modifies the definition of livestock by adding the word "bison"

HB1826

Prohibits local school districts from setting an opening date for the school term that is more than ten calendar days prior to the first Monday in September

HB1825

Changes the law regarding the historic preservation tax credit by limiting its use to blighted areas and prohibiting its use on certain residential property

HB1824

Changes the laws regarding taxation

HB1823

Modifies provisions relating to ethics

HB1822

Changes the six-month waiting period for certain persons to lobby to a two-year waiting period

HB1821

Creates new provisions of law related to inaugural activities

HB1820

Prohibits candidate committees from transferring funds to relatives of the candidates

HB1819

Allows the ethics commission to open and conduct its own investigation by unanimous vote

HB1818

Prohibits elected officials from accepting lobbyist gifts and prohibits lobbyists from providing gifts to such elected officials

HB1817

Prohibits members and employees of public governmental bodies from using software designed to send encrypted messages that automatically self-destruct to conduct public business

HB1816

Modifies provisions relating to campaign finance

HB1815

Requires certain police officers to be paid a minimum wage of twenty dollars per hour

HB1814

Allows any registered voter who is eligible to vote in a particular election to do so by absentee ballot without being required to state a reason.

HB1813

Raises the daily amount a wrongfully imprisoned person may receive from $50 to $128

HB1812

Changes the laws regarding school accreditation and student transfers

HB1811

Establishes the College Credit Disclosure Act that requires a higher education institution to disclose its unaccredited status to students before enrollment

HB1810

Creates the crime of falsifying a drug test

HB1809

Changes the laws regarding the Bi-state Metropolitan Development District compact by adding Franklin County

HB1808

Modifies provisions relating to the acquisition of land by the U.S. government

HB1807

Establishes a women's health services program

HB1806

Changes the law regarding property assessments of certain airports

HB1805

Requires United States Senators who represent Missouri to provide the general assembly with certain information

HB1804

Establishes the Radioactive Waste Investigation Fund

HB1803

Changes the laws regarding school reporting requirements to law enforcement

HB1802

Changes the law regarding exemptions of sale taxes by clarifying a definition to exempt the production of communication services

HB1801

Modifies provisions relating to the expiration date of certain fees collected by the Department of Natural Resources

HB1800

Changes provisions of law relating to the public service commission's complaint procedure

HB1799

Modifies provisions relating to notices on workers' compensation requirements

HB1798

Establishes an advisory committee to monitor the tracking of language development milestones of children who are deaf or hard of hearing

HB1797

Establishes the Nuclear Power Plant Security Guard Act

HB1796

Establishes the First-Time Home Buyer Savings Account Act and authorizes a tax deduction for contributions to a savings account dedicated to buying a first home

HB1795

Changes the law regarding the state personnel law

HB1794

Changes the laws regarding barber licenses

HB1793

Modifies provisions relating to the service of process after the statute of limitations has expired for filing certain actions

HB1792

Repeals provisions that prohibit students who are unlawfully present in the United States from receiving postsecondary education public benefits

HB1791

Establishes the Missouri DREAM Trust Fund and the Missouri Dream Trust Fund Commission

HB1790

Establishes the Death with Dignity Act to allow patients with terminal illnesses to end their life in a humane and dignified manner

HB1789

Allows school districts to create magnet schools and changes provisions regarding the powers of superintendents

HB1788

Specifies that students shall take a world history course in order to graduate from high school

HB1787

Requires election authorities to make available at least one electronic voting machine per polling location for blind or visually impaired voters at an election in order to comply with federal law.

HB1786

Establishes the Economic Development Grant Program whose funds are used to reopen closed manufacturing facilities

HB1785

Allows certain small businesses to be eligible to claim any state tax incentive that certain corporations may claim

HB1784

Increases the state minimum wage to $15 per hour

HB1783

Increases the time after a child's birth that the father has to file an action to establish paternity prior to an adoption or to file a notice with the Putative Father Registry

HB1782

Changes certain laws regarding complaints filed with the Missouri Commission on Human Rights regarding discrimination based upon a person's sexual orientation or gender identity

HB1781

Requires the Department of Revenue to include in the Missouri Driver Guide educational material on vehicular stops and searches by law enforcement

HB1780

Establishes law enforcement procedures relating to racial profiling, searches and seizures, and traffic stops

HB1779

Allows a victim or witness of a crime to be granted an automatic full order of protection if such victim or witness is fearful of his or her safety

HB1778

Establishes the Missouri Innocence Commission

HB1777

Modifies when a person may be eligible for parole if such person was under 21 years of age when the offense was committed and was sentenced after January 1, 1976

HB1776

Modifies provisions relating to good time credit for prisoners and provisions authorizing expungement of certain criminal records

HB1775

Authorizes a tax credit for establishing a new business in a distressed community

HB1774

Extends the duration of unemployment benefits

HB1773

Changes provisions relating to advanced practice registered nurses

HB1772

Establishes the "Respect Women's Abortion Decisions Act"

HB1771

Establishes the Missouri Tuition Equity Act

HB1770

Requires children in the City of St. Louis and Kansas City school districts to enroll in a school by the age of five

HB1769

Establishes the offense of filing false documents

HB1768

Eliminates the criminal penalty for carrying a concealed weapon into any area where firearms are restricted under Section 571.107, RSMo

HB1767

Modifies provisions relating to assessment and treatment services for children entering foster care

HB1766

Requires reporting of expenditures in excess of one thousand dollars for the purpose of electioneering activities

HB1765

Requires the General Assembly to be notified of and approve any requests to purchase land by any state agency

HB1764

Requires same-day service for driver's license issuance and renewal

HB1763

Allows a person authorized to solemnize marriages to refuse to solemnize a marriage which is contrary to the religious beliefs or sincerely held moral convictions of such person

HB1762

Expands child neglect to include a child that is born with a controlled substance in the child's fluids because the pregnant mother knowingly used a controlled substance before birth

HB1761

Prohibits school districts from collecting biometric information on students without the express written consent of parents or legal guardians

HB1760

Establishes the "Second Amendment Preservation Act"

HB1759

Establishes the Enforce the Laws Act authorizing the General Assembly to file a civil action for relief upon the passage of a resolution finding that the Governor has not taken care to faithfully execute the law

HB1758

Changes the laws regarding income tax so that tax rates are reduced if tax revenues exceed the revenues of any of the three previous years

HB1757

Requires all sales, transfers, or other conveyances of lands owned by the state, and acquisition of lands by the state, to be approved by the General Assembly

HB1756

Requires the Department of Natural Resources to sell certain lands acquired through environmental settlement funds

HB1755

Requires all public restrooms, other than single occupancy restrooms, to be gender-divided

HB1754

Forbids the placement of refugees without the approval of the Missouri General Assembly

HB1753

Prohibits the collection of water, soil, or commodity samples by governmental entities without the written consent of the landowner

HB1752

Prohibits pharmacies in the state from providing emergency contraceptives over the counter

HB1751

Changes the laws regarding abortion

HB1750

Prohibits the state or any of its agencies from enforcing the new veterinary feed directive rules promulgated by the Food and Drug Administration

HB1749

Changes the laws regarding foreign ownership of agricultural land

HB1748

Changes the laws regarding jurisdiction ceded to the United States within the Ozark National Scenic Riverways

HB1747

Extends the expiration date on various federal reimbursement allowances

HB1746

Modifies provisions relating to MO HealthNet liens

HB1745

Prohibits text messaging while driving for all drivers

HB1744

Modifies the A+ Schools Program by removing the requirement that the student's attendance of public high school occur in the three years immediately prior to graduation

HB1743

Changes the laws regarding sexual offenders residing near schools by specifying the 1,000 foot required distance be measured from the school property line

HB1742

Allows private businesses to give hiring preference veterans.

HB1741

Provides paid leave during for state employees who are members of the Missouri National Guard during annual training

HB1740

Establishes the Narcotics Control Act

HB1739

Allows the court to depart from minimum sentencing provisions in certain circumstances

HB1738

Requires the Missouri Secretary of State to develop standards for electronic notarization and standards for any two-way live video and audio conferencing communication

HB1737

Specifies that the Secretary of State will create a website and allow citizens of Missouri to electronically sign ballot measures that are approved for circulation.

HB1736

Authorizes an earned income tax credit in Missouri

HB1735

Requires the Department of Public Safety to engage in discussions with local government officials and law enforcement agencies to develop a memorandum of understanding concerning the use of automated license plate reader systems and crime cameras by law enforcement on public roadways within the state

HB1734

Authorizes the Community Police Tax Credit for law enforcement officers who live in a high-crime area

HB1733

Repeals certain provisions relating to the stand your ground law and the constitutional carry law

HB1732

Requires a judge or a jury to determine if a person's life would constitute a threat to another or society prior to issuing a sentence of death

HB1731

Establishes and modifies provisions relating to the legalization of marijuana

HB1730

Changes the laws regarding tax credits so that if the income tax rate is lowered, all tax credits are reduced proportionally

HB1729

Repeals provisions relating to prevailing wages on public works

HB1728

Modifies provisions relating to juvenile courts

HB1727

Modifies provisions relating to solid waste management

HB1726

Allows persons seventy years of age or older to be excused from serving on a petit or grand jury

HB1725

Expands the definition of special victim to include sports officials at a sporting event

HB1724

Increases the required amount of liability insurance for damage to property from $10,000 to $20,000.

HB1723

Allows veterans to attend state higher education institutions tuition free.

HB1722

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

HB1721

Prohibits the State Tax Commission from raising agricultural land productive values under certain circumstances

HB1720

Modifies provisions relating to donated fire equipment and immunity

HB1719

Specifies that an oversight body shall not deny a person eighteen years of age or older a license on the basis of age

HB1718

Modifies the law regarding health insurance adverse determination appeals

HB1717

Requires the Commissioner of Administration to procure a blanket bond or crime insurance policy to protect the state against loss from the acts or omissions of any state-compensated person within the judiciary.

HB1716

Prohibits non-Missouri medical schools from entering into exclusive contracts with Missouri health care providers for the placement of medical students

HB1715

Changes the laws regarding contracts to allow certain foster children to open bank accounts

HB1714

Modifies provisions relating to the rights of adoptees

HB1713

Modifies provisions relating to the Missouri Adoptee Rights Act

HB1712

Requires persons applying for teaching certificates to teach pre-K through sixth grade to meet certain literacy-oriented coursework and exam requirements.

HB1711

Establishes a terrorist offender registry

HB1710

Changes the law relating to recognizing licenses to practice occupations or professions issued by other states

HB1709

Creates a tort cause of action for injuries that result from harassment in the workplace

HB1708

Requires the Commissioner of Administration to procure a blanket bond or crime insurance policy to protect the state against loss from the acts or omissions of any state-compensated person within the judiciary

HB1707

Changes the laws regarding notice requirements for when a patient is admitted to a mental health facility

HB1706

Establishes the Missouri Minority Business Enterprise Loan Program

HB1705

Modifies provisions of law relating to the REAL ID Act of 2005

HB1704

Requires gas corporations to repair pipelines and equipment necessary for a customer to benefit from the service even if the customer is not up to date with payments

HB1703

Establishes the Bonding Review Board to determine whether sufficient financial assets exist to back individual sureties and to rate providers of individual sureties

HB1702

Establishes the Missouri Prompt Pay Act relating to payment dates for contractors and subcontractors

HB1701

Changes the laws regarding purchases to be made on competitive bids.

HB1700

Changes the laws regarding tax increment financing districts

HB1699

Implements the Streamlined Sales and Use Tax Agreement and directs the savings created to certain funds

HB1698

Designates July as Minority Mental Health Awareness Month

HB1697

Designates the third week of September as Historically Black College and University Week

HB1696

Changes the laws regarding real property to require the filing of a certificate of value before transferring interest in real property

HB1695

Abolishes the death penalty and specifies that any person sentenced to death before August 28, 2018, must be sentenced to life imprisonment without parole

HB1694

Specifies that money in an individual's ABLE account shall not be considered an asset for purposes of the asset limits of the blind pension program

HB1693

Modifies provisions relating to workers' compensation

HB1692

Changes the laws regarding port authorities procuring professional services

HB1691

Modifies the appeal procedure for decisions by the public service commission

HB1690

Modifies provision of the Missouri life and health insurance guarantee act.

HB1689

Modifies provisions relating to the appointment of a successor guardian or conservator

HB1688

Modifies provisions relating to institutional performance measures for institutions of higher education

HB1687

Authorizes Greene County and any city within the county to, upon voter approval, levy a sales tax dedicated to early childhood education programs

HB1686

Establishes the State Capitol Complex Committee.

HB1685

Changes the law relating to short term medical policies sold in the state of Missouri.

HB1684

Modifies provisions relating to damages in wrongful death actions

HB1683

Authorizes planning commissions the option of appointing a chair instead of electing a chair

HB1682

Establishes the "Alexandra and Brayden Anderson Electric Shock Drowning Prevention Act"

HB1681

Specifies that convictions and certain pleas in municipal court may be proved to affect the credibility of a witness

HB1680

Prohibits public institutions of higher education from requiring students to live on campus, except for first-year freshmen who may be required to live in campus housing for their first year

HB1679

Prohibits public institutions of higher education from requiring students to purchase a meal plan when a student presents medical documentation of a food allergy or sensitivity, or a medical dietary issue

HB1678

Establishes the "Curriculum Transparency Act"

HB1677

Allows students to take the ACT WorkKeys assessments instead of the ACT Plus Writing assessment

HB1676

Requires school bus drivers who are seventy years of age or older to complete the CDL Skills Test and the Driving Test on an annual basis

HB1675

Modifies medical endorsement requirements for school bus drivers

HB1674

Modifies provisions relating to the deferred compensation plan

HB1673

Requires public retirement plans to provide financial information to participants and modifies the criteria for when a public plan is deemed delinquent

HB1672

Establishes the Missouri Secure Choice Savings Program Act

HB1671

Changes the laws regarding the champion for children tax credit by making certain additional organizations eligible to receive donations

HB1670

Changes the laws regarding teacher compensation

HB1669

Excludes funds designated by taxpayers in an urban district as local early childhood education funds from the local tax revenue calculation used to provide funding to charter schools

HB1668

Creates an educational savings plan for K-12 educational expenses

HB1667

Establishes a rebuttable presumption that child custody arrangements that award equal parenting time are in the best interest of the child

HB1666

Specifies that all new and existing tax credits shall be approved by the General Assembly as part of the budget process

HB1665

Establishes a visiting scholars certificate of license to teach

HB1664

Allows children who attend early childhood education programs that are under contracts with districts or charter schools to be included in the average daily attendance of the district or charter school

HB1663

Allows school districts to establish comprehensive school counseling programs for students attending school in the district

HB1662

Enacts the Recognition of EMS Personnel Licensure Interstate Compact (REPLICA)

HB1661

Reauthorizes and modifies a tax credit for film projects

HB1660

Modifies provisions relating to career and technical education

HB1659

Requires health carriers and health care providers to establish and participate in comparable health care service incentive programs

HB1658

Changes the laws regarding health care for persons with disabilities

HB1657

Allows nonresident landowners to receive resident landowner hunting and fishing privileges

HB1656

Establishes the "Professional Employer Organization Act"

HB1655

Changes the law regarding assignments for benefit of creditors

HB1654

Limits contingency fees a private attorney may receive from contingency fee contracts with the state

HB1653

Modifies provisions of law relating to certain incentives offered by manufacturers and retailers of intoxicating liquor

HB1652

Modifies provisions relating to physician referrals to physical therapists

HB1651

Modifies provisions relating to the publication of electronic notice of the sale of real property

HB1650

Modifies provisions relating to trust instruments

HB1649

Modifies provisions relating to the injuring or killing of law enforcement animals.

HB1648

Changes the laws regarding property that may be exempt from execution

HB1647

Modifies provisions relating to workers' compensation for firefighters and police officers

HB1646

Modifies provisions relating to landowners' obligation to control brush adjacent to county roads

HB1645

Modifies provisions relating to actions for damages due to exposure to asbestos

HB1644

Changes the laws regarding state agencies and departments by requiring the posting of information online that is published physically and making available the online submission of applications, forms, and payments

HB1643

Establishes the “Power Purchasing and Resale Act”.

HB1642

Changes the laws regarding the requirements to serve or be employed as certain public safety personnel

HB1641

Establishes a presumption that a firefighter assigned to a certain number of years of hazardous duty, exposed to certain agents, and disabled as a result of cancer incurred the cancer in the course of employment as a firefighter

HB1640

Prohibits anyone from using a hand-held electronic wireless communication device while driving a non-commercial motor vehicle unless the device is equipped for hands-free operation and is being used in that manner

HB1639

Establishes the Missouri Empowerment Scholarship Accounts Program

HB1638

Requires the POST Commission to implement a system that gives members of the National Guard and active duty or reserve members of the Armed Forces credit for completing basic training when applying for peace officer licensure and establishes a training program for individuals receiving credit under the system

HB1637

Extends the time by which a case management plan must be developed for a child entering foster care

HB1636

Adds medication assisted treatment for substance abuse disorders as a covered benefit in health insurance.

HB1635

Modifies mandated reporting requirements for sexual assault victims in long-term care facilities

HB1634

Authorizes the conveyance of certain state property

HB1633

Modifies provisions relating to convictions of included offenses

HB1632

Requires a deed conveying real estate to contain certain information

HB1631

Changes the law regarding minority-owned business programs by expanding the programs to include certain nonprofit corporations

HB1630

Changes the laws regarding marriage licenses

HB1629

Provides that a doctoral degree from programs accredited or provisionally accredited by the Psychological Clinical Science Accreditation System are acceptable for licensure as a psychologist if the program meets certain requirements

HB1628

Prohibits the prosecution of minor children for prostitution and requires patrons of child prostitutes to register as sex offenders

HB1627

Establishes protections for pregnant offenders and offenders who are in postpartum recovery while in custody at a correctional center or county or city jail

HB1626

Establishes the Tricia Leann Tharp Act, which requires certain pharmacists to receive two hours of continuing education on suicide prevention

HB1625

Establishes the Missouri Senior Farmers' Market Nutrition Program to provide low-income seniors with fresh, Missouri-grown produce

HB1624

Provides for the expansion of MO HealthNet services beginning January 1, 2019

HB1623

Establishes a statewide STEM career awareness program and creates new provisions of law related to computer science

HB1622

Prohibits the use of hand-held electronic wireless communications devices while driving non-commercial and commercial motor vehicles; but allows the use of such devices when used hands-free by operators of non-commercial motor vehicles who are fully licensed and eighteen years of age or older.

HB1621

Repeals provisions relating to prevailing wages on public works

HB1620

Exempts health care entities registered with the Department of Health and Senior Services that distribute hypodermic needles or syringes from the crime of unlawful delivery of drug paraphernalia

HB1619

Establishes the Narcotics Control Act

HB1618

Modifies provisions relating to the disposal of unused controlled substances

HB1617

Modifies provisions relating to telehealth

HB1616

Provides substance abuse treatment to postpartum women for one year after birth under the Show-Me Healthy Babies program

HB1615

Changes the laws regarding the crime of animal trespass

HB1614

Prohibits political subdivisions from adopting or enforcing ordinances or regulations relating to seeds or fertilizers

HB1613

Allows Missouri driver's license applicants to elect to have a medical alert notation placed on the person's driver's license

HB1612

Specifies that a ward's income is separate from a guardian's income and that a ward's income is not to be included in the calculation of a guardian's income

HB1611

Provides that a person who is injured by a product has 10 years after the sale or lease of the product to bring a suit for damages

HB1610

Modifies provisions relating to reports of child abuse or neglect

HB1609

Authorizes the state and political subdivisions thereof to appropriate funds to aid land clearing projects in St. Louis

HB1608

Specifies that legislative research will compare the actual fiscal note of all bills Truly Agreed and Finally Passed by the General Assembly with the final fiscal note provided prior to passage

HB1607

Extends the termination date of certain natural resources funds and fees.

HB1606

Modifies provisions relating to elementary and secondary education

HB1605

Modifies provisions relating to the Missouri State Capitol Commission

HB1604

Authorizes a tax credit for health care professionals serving in rural areas

HB1603

Establishes the Missouri Care Plan within the MO HealthNet program to allow individuals who are not otherwise eligible for Medicaid to purchase coverage through the plan

HB1602

Provides for the expansion of MO HealthNet services beginning January 1, 2019

HB1601

Changes the laws regarding taxation by reducing the amount businesses and employers may retain for timely remitting sales and withholding taxes and directing the savings created to certain funds

HB1600

Establishes the Fair Fare Passenger Safety Act that prohibits any person operating a motor vehicle for compensation from using a hand-held wireless device

HB1599

Changes the laws regarding local use taxes by modifying the ballot language for voter approval

HB1598

Modifies provisions relating to preneed contracts

HB1597

Authorizes the next-of-kin of a deceased person to delegate control of the final disposition of the remains

HB1596

Provides that certain mandatory minimum sentences may be discretionary and creates provisions when a person is eligible for a parole hearing

HB1595

Brings municipal sewer districts under the control of the public service commission

HB1594

Allows municipalities to opt out of the prevailing wage law

HB1593

Creates a definition of secondary school to include grades not lower than fifth grade nor higher than twelfth grade

HB1592

Requires reporting of lost or stolen firearms

HB1591

Modifies provisions relating to the operation of watercraft

HB1590

Modifies provisions relating to the statute of limitations for certain offenses

HB1589

Specifies that birthing centers shall not be required to employ a physician with hospital admitting privileges

HB1588

Establishes a pilot program to allow MO HealthNet participants to receive services through direct primary care arrangements

HB1587

Creates new provisions of law related to professional registration

HB1586

Establishes the "Protestors' Bill of Rights"

HB1585

Designates June 7th as "Youth Violence Prevention Day"

HB1584

Requires the secretary of state to establish a system for automatic voter registration

HB1583

Requires the director of the department of public safety to initiate disciplinary action when the director is presented with any information demonstrating cause to discipline a peace officer licensee

HB1582

Requires the state board of education to terminate the transitional school board under certain circumstances

HB1581

Specifies that no individual shall be incarcerated for failure to pay a child support obligation

HB1580

Modifies provisions relating to charter schools

HB1579

Modifies provisions relating to good time credit for offenders committed to the department of corrections

HB1578

Modifies provisions relating to civil procedure in tort claims

HB1577

Changes the laws relating to labor organizations

HB1576

Modifies provisions relating to administrative proceedings

HB1575

Modifies provisions relating to public utilities.

HB1574

Modifies provisions relating to advanced practice registered nurses in collaborative practice arrangements

HB1573

Allows a school district to use a calendar based on hours of attendance rather than hours and days of attendance, if the minimum number of hours is at least 1,044 hours of actual pupil attendance

HB1572

Modifies provisions relating to driver's licenses for persons who are deaf or hard of hearing

HB1571

Prohibits a court from authorizing a foreclosure or court-ordered sale of a member's interest in a limited liability company to satisfy a payment owed to a judgment creditor

HB1570

Changes the laws regarding the Small Business Regulatory Fairness Board

HB1569

Allows excused absences for students whose parents were deployed to a combat zone

HB1568

Changes the laws regarding tax increment financing districts so that cities must hold a thirty-day comment period before passing an ordinance

HB1567

Changes the law regarding municipal elections

HB1566

Requires the department of revenue to offer a three-year motor vehicle registration option

HB1565

Changes the vote required to pass a statewide ballot measure from a majority vote to sixty percent of the votes cast.

HB1564

Modifies provisions relating to the housing of a convicted sex offender in a homeless shelter that was in existence prior to a school or child care facility being built within 1000 feet of it

HB1563

Establishes guidelines a person must follow to purchase a firearm in the state of Missouri and provides that certain entities selling firearms, ammunition, or accessories, or those who train individuals in firearm use, are ineligible to receive state funds or tax credits

HB1562

Exempts counties of the third and fourth classification from prevailing wage laws for the construction of public works that are less than $500,000

HB1561

Exempts counties of the third and fourth classification from the prevailing wage laws

HB1560

Prohibits discrimination against children who are not immunized

HB1559

Modifies provisions relating to the sexual offender registry

HB1558

Creates the offense of nonconsensual dissemination of private sexual images

HB1557

Specifies that a parent's obligation to pay child support terminates when the child turns 18 or graduates from high school with certain exceptions

HB1556

Allows any local governing agency to establish a work for restitution program and requires certain nonviolent offenders to participate in and complete the program

HB1555

Establishes a pilot program to transfer the authority to inspect nursing homes from the Department of Health and Senior Services to local health departments

HB1554

Allows persons with certain serious medical conditions to use medical cannabis

HB1553

Modifies provisions relating to guardianship and conservatorship proceedings

HB1552

Requires spouses of members of the active duty component of the Armed Forces to be given first priority in the processing of all professional licensure applications

HB1551

Modifies provisions relating to human sexuality and sexually transmitted disease education

HB1550

Changes the law relating to absentee voting and advanced voting in Missouri.

HB1549

Allows certain motor vehicle purchasers an allowance against sales tax for any agricultural products produced by such purchaser

HB1548

Changes the laws regarding the offense of tampering with a judicial officer by expanding the offense to include tampering with law enforcement officers

HB1547

Changes the laws regarding unsecured loans of $750 or less, commonly known as payday loans

HB1546

Requires all food and food products sold in Missouri that are or contain genetically modified products to be labeled as such

HB1545

Establishes the Malcolm X Day Commission to organize activities and events in honor of the civil rights leader

HB1544

Designates May 19 of each year as "El-Hajj Malik El-Shabazz Observation Day" in Missouri

HB1543

Designates May 19 as “Malcolm X Observation Day” in Missouri

HB1542

Prohibits certain actions by pharmacy benefits managers

HB1541

Changes the laws regarding consumer credit interest rates.

HB1540

Changes the law regarding insurance claims filed at a pharmacy.

HB1539

Requires all motor vehicle insurers to notify the Department of Revenue of lapsed policies in order to allow the owner to provide proof of insurance or surrender the license plates if no proof is provided.

HB1538

Changes the laws regarding public nuisance penalties

HB1537

Creates the Quality Policing Act that establishes reporting and conduct guidelines for law enforcement agencies

HB1536

Increases the number of hours of continuing education requirements needed for peace officer certification by the POST commission

HB1535

Authorizes a tax credit for a contributions to certain public school foundations

HB1534

Establishes the Missouri Parent/Teacher Involvement Act

HB1533

Establishes the Economic Education Partnership Act that allows certain small businesses to retain withholding taxes

HB1532

Modifies the Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics Fund

HB1531

Modifies provisions relating to civil proceedings

HB1530

Modifies the standard for acting in self-defense or defense of another when asserting battered spouse syndrome

HB1529

Authorizes a tax deduction for firefighters who complete training during the year

HB1528

Requires students at public and private institutions of higher education to demonstrate proficiency in the provisions and principals of American civics as a condition of graduation

HB1527

Establishes the Mo HealthNet Buy-In for Workers with Disabilities Program

HB1526

Prohibits the prosecution of minor children for prostitution and requires patrons of child prostitutes to register as sex offenders

HB1525

Changes the laws regarding unclaimed property

HB1524

Allows pharmaceutical companies to communicate off-label treatment uses to health care professionals

HB1523

Designates June 3 as Clubfoot Awareness Day

HB1522

Increases municipal court costs from $12 to $17.50

HB1521

Requires any statewide athletic organization with a public school district as a member to report to the joint committee on education during the legislative interim

HB1520

Raises the minimum teacher salary for the 2019-20 school year, subject to appropriation

HB1519

Allows law enforcement officers to enforce the seat belt law as a stand-alone offense

HB1518

Changes the laws regarding rates charged by health care providers

HB1517

Requires the attorney general and the commissioner of administration to submit to the general assembly a monthly report of all settlements and judgments paid from the state legal expense fund

HB1516

Specifies that licensed chiropractic physicians may treat and be reimbursed for conditions currently reimbursed under MO HealthNet

HB1515

Modifies provisions related to protections for whistleblowers and payments out of the state legal expense fund

HB1514

Modifies provisions of law relating to campaign finance

HB1513

Establishes a limit on residential property assessment increases for the elderly and disabled who own and live in their principal residence proportional to the increase of their Social Security benefit

HB1512

Changes the Uniform Arbitration Act regarding agreements between employers and at-will employees

HB1511

Authorizes a sales tax exemption for items used in the production or transmission of electricity to customers

HB1510

Changes the laws regarding local ordinances on residential dwellings

HB1509

Provides that a restraining order may be issued at the same time the court orders an immediate eviction against a tenant

HB1508

Provides that no person or entity that rents or leases real property shall be required to obtain a business license by any political subdivision

HB1507

Allows an enrolled agent or certified public accountant to represent a client before the Administrative Hearing Commission in matters relating to an assessment or reassessment of tax

HB1506

Allows school districts to implement alternative instruction plans to avoid make-up days

HB1505

Changes the laws regarding low-income housing tax credit to give priority to veterans

HB1504

Requires certain counties to adopt ordinances regulating land use around National Guard training centers.

HB1503

Establishes a fund for providing state-guaranteed small business loans to veterans.

HB1502

Changes provisions relating to advanced practice registered nurses

HB1501

Prohibits law enforcement agencies from transferring seized property to a federal agency in forfeiture litigation except if the seized property is $100,000 or more in currency

HB1500

Modifies provisions relating to the practice of cosmetology and barbering

HB1499

Allows a health care provider to transfer a long-acting reversible contraceptive to a patient other than the patient to whom it was initially prescribed in certain circumstances

HB1498

Modifies provisions relating to dispensing contraceptives

HB1497

Requires law enforcement agencies to adopt a written investigation policy for officer-involved deaths

HB1496

Prohibits lobbyists from giving gifts to local government officials, with an exception for group gifts

HB1495

Requires utilities to notify customers before replacing meters.

HB1494

Modifies provisions relating to the sheriff in the City of St. Louis

HB1493

Requires school districts to recognize certain graduate and undergraduate hours as equivalent to a master's degree on the salary schedule

HB1492

Changes the law regarding the Show-Me Heroes program

HB1491

Modifies provisions relating to the termination of parental rights

HB1490

Specifies that any whole life insurance policy or annuity with long term care riders shall meet the existing qualifications to join the Missouri Partnership.

HB1489

Prohibits the use of hand-held electronic wireless communications devices while driving non-commercial and commercial motor vehicles; but allows the use of such devices when used hands-free by operators of non-commercial motor vehicles who are fully licensed and eighteen years of age or older.

HB1488

Allows certain records to be closed if maintained by fire departments or fire protection districts

HB1487

Modifies provisions relating to the cost of a court reporter to prepare transcripts

HB1486

Modifies provisions relating to work requirements for the supplemental nutrition assistance program

HB1485

This proposal would authorize the city of Archie to propose a local tourism tax.

HB1484

Changes the laws regarding the requirements for the operation of a bingo game

HB1483

Requires a convicted sex offender to be told of his or her obligation to register as a sex offender both prior to release or discharge and at the time of adjudication

HB1482

Changes the laws regarding real property assessments to require presumptions in favor of the property owner in valuation hearings

HB1481

Repeals a provision relating to certain exemptions for insurance holding companies.

HB1480

Exempts certain structures used for agricultural purposes from county health ordinances

HB1479

Implements the Streamlined Sales and Use Tax Agreement and dedicates the resulting revenue to the State Road Fund

HB1478

Requires all employers and business entities to enroll and actively participate in a federal work authorization program and imposes stricter penalties for employing an unauthorized alien

HB1477

Requires each state department to report expenditures to the appropriations committee that oversees the department

HB1476

Requires all inmates receiving an on-site non-emergency medical examination or treatment from correctional center personnel to be charged fifty cents per visit

HB1475

Modifies provisions regarding municipal court procedure and the revenue collected from certain municipal ordinance violations

HB1474

Eliminates tenure for new employees at public institutions of higher education and specifies information that public institutions of higher education must make available to the public

HB1473

Requires certain individuals with prescriptive authority to complete four hours of continuing professional education in approved classes that provide training in prescribing controlled substances

HB1472

Requires pharmacies to post information regarding the safe disposal of unused pharmaceuticals

HB1471

Changes the due date for registering motor vehicles, and changes penalties for failing to meet such requirements

HB1470

Allows free birth certificates to be provided to Children's Division and the Division of Youth Services of behalf of children under juvenile court jurisdiction

HB1469

Modifies provisions of the Missouri military code by changing the name of the "Missouri reserve military force" to the "Missouri state defense force"

HB1468

Extends benefits for pregnant women under the MO HealthNet program and Show Me Healthy Babies program to one year after giving birth

HB1467

Establishes a needle and syringe exchange pilot program

HB1466

Authorizes municipalities to establish technology business facility projects and authorizes tax exemptions for such projects

HB1465

Modifies various provisions relating to degree offerings at public institutions of higher education

HB1464

Authorizes telephone companies to elect to have their tangible personal property assessed in accordance with a depreciation schedule

HB1463

Modifies provisions relating to family law proceedings

HB1462

Changes the law regarding preference given to disabled veterans with state and political subdivision contracts.

HB1461

Modifies provisions relating to the Address Confidentiality Program

HB1460

Authorizes a tax deduction for any prize or award won by an Olympic medalist

HB1459

Modifies provisions relating to outdoor advertising

HB1458

Requires public institutions of higher education to make instructor evaluations available to enrolled students of such institutions

HB1457

Creates new provisions related to computer science

HB1456

Changes the laws regarding 911 emergency communication services

HB1455

Requires high schools and public institutions of higher education to provide information related to careers and salaries to students

HB1454

Designates the pawpaw tree as the state fruit tree of Missouri.

HB1453

Requires the state board of education to terminate the transitional school board under certain circumstances

HB1452

Specifies procedure in officer-involved deaths and shootings by requiring the officer take a drug test and undergo a psychiatric evaluation

HB1451

Prohibits the use of electroconvulsive therapy on children under 16 years of age

HB1450

Requires the state to match federal funding for land grant institutions in this state and prohibits the state from seeking a waiver or requiring an institution to seek a waiver of the match obligation

HB1449

Establishes the Family Education Leave Act

HB1448

Establishes provisions regarding the legalization of marijuana and establishes certain licensing requirements

HB1447

Increases the membership of the Highways and Transportation Commission to eight commissioners

HB1446

Modifies provisions relating to non-election successions in certain political subdivisions

HB1445

Prohibits the use of public funds for any stadium if twenty-nine other states adopt similar statutes

HB1444

Repeals the requirement that all motor vehicles must obtain an inspection before the vehicle may be licensed

HB1443

Prohibits temporary assistance for needy families (TANF) benefit cards from being used at ATMs or to access cash, and limits the items that may be purchased with TANF benefits

HB1442

Changes the laws regarding the filling of commissioner offices

HB1441

Permits the use of hemp oil for the treatment of certain impairments

HB1440

Permits the use of hemp oil for the treatment of certain impairments

HB1439

Changes the law regarding offenses to the family.

HB1438

Changes the laws regarding the Sporting Event Sports Contract Tax Credit and extends its sunset date

HB1437

Establishes protections for pregnant offenders and offenders who are in postpartum recovery while in custody at a correctional center or county or city jail

HB1436

Repeals provisions relating to prevailing wages on public works

HB1435

Modifies provisions relating to services and programs for gifted children

HB1434

Modifies provisions relating to marriage and replaces marriage licenses with contracts of domestic union

HB1433

Abolishes the death penalty in Missouri

HB1432

Changes the law regarding the Office of Administration and the Missouri data exchange

HB1431

Changes the laws regarding emergency services districts

HB1430

Requires child care facilities to report liability insurance coverage to the Department of Health and Senior Services.

HB1429

Authorizes a tax credit for donations to a homeless shelter

HB1428

Allows the county commission of noncharter counties to appoint persons to vacated county elected offices.

HB1427

Establishes the Missouri Veterans' Heritage Protection Act

HB1426

Prohibits law enforcement from stopping a motorcycle for failing to wear protective headgear

HB1425

Allows cottage food production operations to sell food over the internet

HB1424

Changes election procedures for school board members

HB1423

Changes the law relating to the prohibition on expenditure of public funds to support or oppose candidates and certain measures

HB1422

Modifies provision for making claims to unclaimed property

HB1421

Requires each school district to establish a policy on acceleration and districts with gifted education programs to establish appeal procedures

HB1420

Extends the sunset on the early learning quality assurance report program

HB1419

Requires certain health care professionals to complete two hours of suicide prevention training as a condition of licensure

HB1418

Increases the penalties for the offense of animal abuse

HB1417

Establishes a reading intervention program for K-3 students with reading deficiencies

HB1416

Changes the laws regarding tax refunds so that certain senior citizen taxpayers may file a refund claim within five years instead of three years

HB1415

Allows teachers to count hours spent in externships with local businesses as professional development hours

HB1414

Allows for the slaughter and processing of feral hogs for human consumption at facilities inspected by the USDA or Missouri Department of Agriculture

HB1413

Requires authorization for certain labor unions to use dues and fees to make political contributions and requires consent for withholding earnings from paychecks

HB1412

Requires administration of a statewide assessment test for five years before any revisions to the test may be made

HB1411

Prohibits a peer support specialist from disclosing any confidential communication properly entrusted to the counselor by law enforcement and emergency personnel while receiving counseling

HB1410

Extends the expiration date on various federal reimbursement allowances

HB1409

Modifies the duration of unemployment compensation, modifies the method to pay federal advances, and raises the fund trigger causing contribution rate reductions

HB1408

Modifies provisions relating to virtual education

HB1407

Modifies provisions relating to the collateral source rule

HB1406

Repeals a provision relating to insurance.

HB1405

Modifies provisions relating to financial interests of minors

HB1404

Specifies that an attorney who presents a current valid Missouri Bar membership card to courthouse security is not subject to any security screening, with an exception

HB1403

Allows an offense involving the operation of a motor vehicle in an intoxicating condition to be cognizable before a municipal court if, after referral, the county prosecuting attorney fails to prosecute

HB1402

Modifies provisions relating to arbitration agreements

HB1401

Adds provisions relating to a claim for breach of implied warranty of habitability by a tenant of rental property

HB1400

Provides that the practices of cosmetology and barbering do not include shampooing

HB1399

Modifies provisions relating to termination of parental rights

HB1398

Prohibits villages, towns, and cities from regulating dogs in a breed-specific manner

HB1397

Prohibits political subdivisions from requiring employers to alter or adjust any employee scheduling unless required by state or federal law

HB1396

Prohibits political subdivisions from adopting ordinances restricting the use of plastic bags or other disposable containers.

HB1395

Modifies provisions relating to the minimum wage

HB1394

Requires the Department of Natural Resources to implement regulations that comply with the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change Paris Agreement

HB1393

Requires law enforcement to file accident reports with the highway patrol for certain bicycle accidents

HB1392

Allows for the garnishment of one account owner’s portion of funds in a joint bank account

HB1391

Allows a party to demand a trial by jury to determine if a trust is void because the creation of the trust was induced by fraud, duress, or undue influence

HB1390

Modifies provisions relating to fantasy sports contests

HB1389

Excludes autocycle operators from protective headgear requirements

HB1388

Modifies provisions relating to certain sports contests

HB1387

Allows school districts to be excused from compliance with certain statutes in the event of withholding of funds by the governor

HB1386

Prohibits the use of automated traffic enforcement systems, and requires any political subdivision to complete or terminate any automated traffic enforcement contract within one year

HB1385

Establishes the Student Accountability Act that gives those students with certain scores on an assessment a notation on their high school diploma

HB1384

Changes the laws regarding the selling of authentic American Indian arts or crafts

HB1383

Changes the laws regarding consent for a minor to obtain an abortion

HB1382

Eliminates the requirement that concealed carry permit holders get permission from the minister or persons representing such religious organization in order to carry concealed firearms in churches or places of worship

HB1381

Establishes procedures relating to financial accreditation standards for insurance companies and an insurance group's corporate governance

HB1380

Changes the requirements for independent candidates.

HB1379

Changes the requirements for independent candidates.

HB1378

Changes the laws regarding the Amber Alert System and establishes Hailey's Law

HB1377

Extends the expiration date of the Champion for Children Tax Credit

HB1376

Prohibits a peer support specialist from disclosing any confidential communication properly entrusted to the counselor by law enforcement and emergency personnel while receiving counseling

HB1375

Designates June 27 of each year as "Post Traumatic Stress Awareness Day" in Missouri.

HB1374

Establishes the Waterways Trust Fund

HB1373

Specifies that a teacher representative shall be appointed to the state board of education

HB1372

Modifies provisions relating to unborn children

HB1371

Requires any district with a state-approved gifted education program to have a process that allows parents or guardians to appeal a determination that their child does not qualify for gifted services

HB1370

Requires public schools to post certain financial information online for public access

HB1369

Revises the definition of "service dog" to include animals that provide support or therapeutic functions for individuals with psychiatric or mental disabilities

HB1368

Changes the law regarding the Missouri Returning Heroes Education Act

HB1367

Allows licensees to obtain duplicate licenses from the board of cosmetology and barber examiners

HB1366

Modifies provisions relating to school bus drivers

HB1365

Creates an advisory council to make recommendations to the state board of education regarding standards and testing for certain students

HB1364

Modifies provisions relating to hazardous waste fees paid to the Missouri Emergency Response Commission

HB1363

Requires teachers and principals to complete two hours of suicide prevention education each school year

HB1362

Authorizes a tax credit for senior citizen property owners

HB1361

Establishes "Simon's Law," which changes the laws regarding life-sustaining or nonbeneficial treatment policies of health care facilities

HB1360

Modifies provisions relating to complaints filed with the Missouri Commission on Human Rights regarding discrimination based upon a person's sexual orientation or gender identity

HB1359

Authorizes the early parole of certain offenders over the age of seventy

HB1358

Creates new provisions relating to password protection

HB1357

Authorizes an earned income tax credit in Missouri

HB1356

Allows certain specially appointed persons who serve court orders to collect the charge for such service

HB1355

Allows retired police officers to return to work when a disaster or emergency has been proclaimed by the governor or there is a national disaster

HB1354

Specifies that employees of a soil and water conservation district shall be eligible for membership in the Missouri local government employees' retirement system

HB1353

Allows the court to grant visitation between the parents of a minor who has been appointed a guardian and the minor if the court finds it in the best interests of the minor

HB1352

Establishes the Missouri Child Protection Registry

HB1351

Specifies that a responsive pleading must be filed in any motion to modify a child support, spousal maintenance, or child custody judgment

HB1350

Modifies provisions relating to background check requirements of in-home service providers and personal care attendants

HB1349

Designates July seventh as "Missouri Sliced Bread Day."

HB1348

Specifies that the department of elementary and secondary education handles funds from career and technical student organizations

HB1347

Changes the law regarding the residency requirement for the attorney general

HB1346

Requires all state and federal offices to use a ranked choice voting method

HB1345

Changes the law regarding primary elections

HB1344

Modifies provisions relating to private probation services for misdemeanor offenders

HB1343

Specifies that a person commits the offense of endangering the welfare of a child if he or she fails to secure a firearm

HB1342

Prohibits persons from selling, delivering, or transferring to a person under 18 years of age firearm ammunition or accessories

HB1341

Requires that all sales or transfers of firearms be processed through a licensed firearms dealer

HB1340

Establishes extreme risk protection orders and gun violence seizure warrants, and prohibits certain persons involved in domestic violence from possessing a firearm

HB1339

Creates the offense of making a threat to the security of a public building or public school

HB1338

Establishes the Compassionate Assistance for Rape Emergencies (CARE) Act

HB1337

Requires the department of labor and industrial relations to establish the Equal Pay Commission

HB1336

Modifies provisions relating to the costs chargeable to the state by counties and the city of St. Louis for the boarding of certain prisoners

HB1335

Establishes the Money Bail Reform Act of 2018

HB1334

Specifies that if federal funds are not appropriated for the Children's Health Insurance Program (CHIP), the General Assembly shall fund the program

HB1333

Prohibits abortions except in the case of a medical emergency

HB1332

Expands the definition of "minority owned business"

HB1331

Modifies provisions relating to a victim's right to make a statement

HB1330

Prohibits the Department of Natural Resources from acquiring additional land to establish a state park until all existing parks and facilities are brought up to date and are in good working order

HB1329

Modifies provisions of public employee retirement plans.

HB1328

Requires all juvenile officers to be in compliance with the Missouri Juvenile Officer Performance Standards

HB1327

Allows a law enforcement agency to file a motion, on its own behalf in circuit court, to properly dispose of seized property

HB1326

Authorizes a tax deduction for the costs of firearm training or firearm safety courses

HB1325

Allows the victim's family or next of kin to sign a notarized statement directing the funeral home be a claimant and deal directly with the Crime Victim's Compensation Fund

HB1324

Allows the circuit court in St. Louis City to collect a fee not to exceed twenty dollars, rather than fifteen, to go toward the law library

HB1323

Prohibits the practice of requiring peace officers to issue a specific number of citations within a designated period of time

HB1322

Establishes a pilot program in St. Louis City to be known as the Intervention and Compliance Unit Pilot Program to address rising serious violent crime in the city

HB1321

Requires the establishment of the "Missouri Youth Challenge Academy"

HB1320

Changes the laws regarding eligibility for MO HealthNet benefits

HB1319

Establishes the Death with Dignity Act to allow patients with terminal illnesses to end their life in a humane and dignified manner

HB1318

Establishes the Accelerated Rehabilitative Disposition Pilot Program

HB1317

Modifies provisions relating to unlawful discriminatory practices

HB1316

Requires a peace officer to provide an oral advisement and obtain written consent for a voluntary search of a person not under arrest or the person's effects or vehicle

HB1315

Allows students to apply sunscreen at school

HB1314

Modifies provisions relating to unlawful discrimination

HB1313

Prohibits the Missouri Housing Development Commission from requiring a prevailing hourly wage to be paid to a contractor on a project for a housing tax credit

HB1312

Changes the laws regarding the dispensing of contraceptives

HB1311

Modifies provisions relating to the "Hand-Up Program" to assist individuals who receive child care subsidy benefits

HB1310

Requires the Department of Health and Senior Services to promulgate regulations consistent with CDC guidelines for prescribing opioids for chronic pain

HB1309

Establishes the offense of failure to identify

HB1308

Specifies that attorneys shall only be prohibited from serving as special prosecutors in counties where they represent criminal defendants if a conflict is found after a hearing

HB1307

Specifies that the limits on fines for traffic violations shall not apply if the defendant is represented by counsel and negotiated a plea agreement

HB1306

Modifies the restrictions on sexual offenders regarding Halloween

HB1305

Prohibits lobbyists from making expenditures on behalf of public officials for more than five years

HB1304

Requires individuals who become prior candidates to dissolve their candidate committees

HB1303

Changes the laws regarding lobbyist expenditures

HB1302

Prohibits the use of hand-held electronic wireless communications devices while driving non-commercial and commercial motor vehicles; but allows the use of such devices when used hands-free by operators of non-commercial motor vehicles who are fully licensed and eighteen years of age or older.

HB1301

Modifies provisions relating to the distribution of moneys from the Crime Victims' Compensation Fund to the state forensic laboratory account

HB1300

Requires boat title and registration fees collected annually in excess of one million dollars to be deposited in the Water Patrol Division Fund

HB1299

Modifies provisions relating to the use of moneys in the Alcohol and Tobacco Control Fund

HB1298

Prohibits text messaging while driving unless the device is equipped with technology allowing for hands-free texting and is being used in that manner

HB1297

Prohibits anyone from using a hand-held electronic wireless communication device while driving unless the device is equipped for hands-free operation and is being used in that manner

HB1296

Establishes "Toby's Law," which requires any person who has pled guilty to or been found guilty of driving while intoxicated to complete a victim impact program approved by the court

HB1295

Modifies provisions relating to following distance for vehicles traveling at electronically coordinated speeds

HB1294

Specifies that parental liberty to direct the upbringing, education, and care of his or her children is a fundamental right

HB1293

Repeals provisions relating to prevailing wages on public works

HB1292

Prohibits text messaging within a school zone

HB1291

Revises the definition of counties exempt from certain requirements of the county special road and bridge tax

HB1290

Specifies that all state properties that currently have a flagpole shall fly the POW/MIA flag

HB1289

Modifies provisions for ballot initiatives and referendums.

HB1288

Extends the sunset for the Champion for Children Tax Credit and modifies provisions of a tax credit for donations to maternity homes

HB1287

Specifies that commercial insurers are exempt from filing rates and policy forms with respect to certain lines of commercial insurance

HB1286

Modifies provisions of law relating to the detonation of explosives and actions for private nuisances brought against certain permittees

HB1285

Modifies provisions for nominating an independent candidate.

HB1284

Changes the law regarding election costs.

HB1283

Allows any registered voter who is eligible to vote in a particular election to do so by absentee ballot without being required to state a reason

HB1282

Modifies provisions of law relating to project labor agreements

HB1281

Modifies the offenses of unlawful transfer of weapons and unlawful possession of a firearm

HB1280

Changes the laws regarding tax increment financing districts

HB1279

Changes the laws regarding the safekeeping of personal information

HB1278

Authorizes a tax credit for the establishment of a grocery store in a food desert

HB1277

Repeals the law that specifies that a person cannot be required to become or refrain from becoming a member of or paying dues to a labor organization as a condition or continuation of employment

HB1276

Modifies provisions relating to eligibility requirements for the Missouri Rx Plan

HB1275

Establishes a work-study program within the Department of Higher Education

HB1274

Establishes the "Student Loan Bill of Rights"

HB1273

Grants authority to the Missouri Higher Education Loan Authority to issue loans to refinance certain public or private student loans, education grants, and certain bonds, notes, or other obligations.

HB1272

Allows public bodies to opt out of prevailing wage laws for the construction of public works projects that are $750,000 or less

HB1271

Establishes the School Construction Act, which exempts construction and maintenance work done for certain school districts from the prevailing wage requirement upon the school board's approval

HB1270

Allows any county to vote to exempt political subdivisions and public institutions of higher education engaged in the construction of public works wholly within the county from the prevailing wage law

HB1269

Changes the laws regarding the ability of counties to issue ordinances

HB1268

Allows the Missouri Dental Board to issue dental faculty permits to individuals who are employed by accredited dental schools, colleges, or programs in Missouri

HB1267

Changes the laws by adding virtual institutions to the "Access Missouri Financial Assistance Program"

HB1266

Establishes the "Pain Capable Unborn Child Protection Act"

HB1265

Requires all declarations of candidacy to contain the candidate's legal last name.

HB1264

Allows evidence of failure to wear a seatbelt to prove comparative negligence or to mitigate damages

HB1263

Proposes mandatory placement of first aid trauma kits in public buildings

HB1262

Requires towing companies to release personal property contained within abandoned property to the owner of the abandoned property

HB1261

Relating to Professional Registration and a waiver of occupational fees for certain individuals

HB1260

Prohibits persons under 18 years of age from using any tanning device of any tanning facility in this state

HB1259

Establishes the crime of unlawful traffic interference

HB1258

Requires health carriers to establish and participate in a health care service incentive program

HB1257

Allows private businesses to give hiring preference for veterans.

HB1256

Imposes restrictions on the use of firearm tracking technology

HB1255

Requires children under the age of 18 to be prosecuted for most criminal offenses in juvenile courts unless the child is certified as an adult

HB1254

Changes the laws regarding the offense of trafficking drugs by adding fentanyl to the offense

HB1253

Establishes the Joint Committee on Substance Abuse Prevention and Treatment

HB1252

Changes the law regarding low-dose mammography screening

HB1251

Changes the laws regarding foreclosure proceeds

HB1250

Establishes the Missouri Fiduciary Access to Digital Assets Act, which allows fiduciaries to access electronic records of the account holder

HB1249

Modifies provisions relating to municipal courts

HB1248

Adds powdered alcohol to provisions relating to intoxicating liquor

HB1247

Designates the month of November as "Diabetes Awareness Month" in Missouri.

HB1246

Requires the Department of Public Safety to develop human trafficking hotline posters

HB1245

Establishes a Career Readiness Task Force

HB1244

Requires driver’s license examiners to demonstrate to applicants what he or she is likely to experience during a traffic stop and requires driver's education providers to include curriculum on traffic stops

HB1243

Establishes a presumption that an emergency worker diagnosed with post-traumatic stress disorder incurred the disorder in the course of employment as an emergency worker

HB1242

Creates an offense of knowingly possessing, manufacturing, transporting, repairing, or selling a bump stock or trigger crank

HB1241

Changes the laws regarding the management of certain state revenues by sweeping certain funds and lowering the senior property tax credit maximum

HB1240

Authorizes the Department of Health and Senior Services to establish a program to provide long-acting reversible contraceptives to low-income women

HB1239

Changes the laws regarding the historical preservation tax credit

HB1238

Changes the laws regarding tax credits by placing a sunset clause on every credit

HB1237

Changes the laws regarding the low-income housing tax credit so that the program is capped at $50 million per year.

HB1236

Changes the laws regarding tax increment financing districts

HB1235

Requires that state lands or buildings only be designated in honor of individuals who have been deceased for more than two years.

HB1234

Modifies the procedures for elections of transportation development districts.

HB1233

Changes the requirements for independent candidates.

SB1024

Repeals expired, ineffective, and obsolete statutory provisions

SRB1024

Repeals expired, ineffective, and obsolete statutory provisions