2011 Regular Session

Session Details

Legislators in This Session

Legislator District
Sue Allen Missouri House District 92 View Details
Ira Anders Missouri House District 51 View Details
Randy Asbury Missouri House District 22 View Details
Bert Atkins Missouri House District 75 View Details
Joe Aull Missouri House District 26 View Details
Kurt Bahr Missouri House District 19 View Details
Jason "Jay" Barnes Missouri House District 114 View Details
Mike Bernskoetter Missouri House District 113 View Details
T.J. Berry Missouri House District 35 View Details
Linda Black Missouri House District 107 View Details
Ellen Brandom Missouri House District 160 View Details
Rick Brattin Missouri House District 124 View Details
Cloria Brown Missouri House District 85 View Details
Michael R. Brown Missouri House District 50 View Details
Wanda Brown Missouri House District 116 View Details
Eric Burlison Missouri House District 136 View Details
Susan Carlson Missouri House District 64 View Details
Chris Carter Missouri House District 61 View Details
John W. Cauthorn Missouri House District 21 View Details
Mike Cierpiot Missouri House District 56 View Details
Mike Colona Missouri House District 67 View Details
Kathie Conway Missouri House District 14 View Details
Pat Conway Missouri House District 27 View Details
Steve Cookson Missouri House District 153 View Details
Stanley Cox Missouri House District 118 View Details
Sandy Crawford Missouri House District 119 View Details
Gary L. Cross Missouri House District 48 View Details
Shalonn "Kiki" Curls Missouri House District 41 View Details
Paul Curtman Missouri House District 105 View Details
Charlie Davis Missouri House District 128 View Details
David Day Missouri House District 148 View Details
Charles "Charlie" W. Denison Missouri House District 135 View Details
Scott D. Dieckhaus Missouri House District 109 View Details
John J. Diehl, Jr. Missouri House District 87 View Details
Tony R. Dugger Missouri House District 144 View Details
Rory Ellinger Missouri House District 72 View Details
Kevin Elmer Missouri House District 141 View Details
Sue Entlicher Missouri House District 133 View Details
Sally A. Faith Missouri House District 15 View Details
Barney Fisher Missouri House District 125 View Details
Paul Fitzwater Missouri House District 152 View Details
Tom Flanigan Missouri House District 127 View Details
Lyndall Fraker Missouri House District 145 View Details
Diane Franklin Missouri House District 155 View Details
Ward Franz Missouri House District 151 View Details
Keith J. Frederick Missouri House District 149 View Details
Gary Fuhr Missouri House District 97 View Details
Douglas "Doug" A. Funderburk Missouri House District 12 View Details
Chuck Gatschenberger Missouri House District 13 View Details
Don Gosen Missouri House District 84 View Details
Jeff Grisamore Missouri House District 47 View Details
Casey Lee Guernsey Missouri House District 3 View Details
Marsha Ellen Haefner Missouri House District 100 View Details
Kent Hampton Missouri House District 163 View Details
Ben Harris Missouri House District 110 View Details
Galen Wayne Higdon, Jr. Missouri House District 29 View Details
Dave Hinson Missouri House District 98 View Details
Steve Hodges Missouri House District 161 View Details
Jason R. Holsman Missouri House District 45 View Details
Denny L. Hoskins Missouri House District 121 View Details
Lincoln Hough Missouri House District 140 View Details
Jay D. Houghton Missouri House District 10 View Details
Penny V. Hubbard Missouri House District 58 View Details
Leonard "Jonas" Hughes, IV Missouri House District 42 View Details
Jacob "Jake" W. Hummel Missouri House District 108 View Details
Delus Johnson Missouri House District 28 View Details
Caleb Jones Missouri House District 117 View Details
Timothy W. Jones Missouri House District 89 View Details
Tishaura O. Jones Missouri House District 63 View Details
Jason Kander Missouri House District 44 View Details
Shelley Keeney Taylor Missouri House District 156 View Details
Mike Kelley Missouri House District 126 View Details
Chris Kelly Missouri House District 24 View Details
Jeanne Kirkton Missouri House District 91 View Details
Glen Klippenstein Missouri House District 5 View Details
Andrew Koenig Missouri House District 88 View Details
Bart Korman Missouri House District 99 View Details
Michele Kratky Missouri House District 65 View Details
Mike Lair Missouri House District 7 View Details
Sara N. Lampe Missouri House District 138 View Details
Bill Lant Missouri House District 131 View Details
Scott N. Largent Missouri House District 120 View Details
Brent T. Lasater Missouri House District 53 View Details
Jeanie Lauer Missouri House District 54 View Details
Melissa Leach Missouri House District 137 View Details
Mike Leara Missouri House District 95 View Details
Donna Lichtenegger Missouri House District 157 View Details
Tom Loehner Missouri House District 112 View Details
Thomas Long Missouri House District 134 View Details
Nick Marshall Missouri House District 30 View Details
Karla May Missouri House District 57 View Details
John C. McCaherty Missouri House District 90 View Details
Gail McCann Beatty Missouri House District 43 View Details
Tom McDonald Missouri House District 49 View Details
Eileen Grant McGeoghegan Missouri House District 77 View Details
Mike McGhee Missouri House District 122 View Details
Kevin McManus Missouri House District 46 View Details
Cole McNary Missouri House District 86 View Details
Margo McNeil Missouri House District 78 View Details
Timothy "Tim" G. Meadows Missouri House District 101 View Details
Chris Molendorp Missouri House District 123 View Details
Genise Montecillo Missouri House District 66 View Details
Bob Nance Missouri House District 36 View Details
Jamilah Nasheed Missouri House District 60 View Details
Myron Neth Missouri House District 34 View Details
Stacey Newman Missouri House District 73 View Details
Mary Nichols Missouri House District 79 View Details
Gerald "Jerry" M. Nolte Missouri House District 33 View Details
Sharon L. Pace Missouri House District 70 View Details
Mark A. Parkinson Missouri House District 16 View Details
Jean Peters-Baker Missouri House District 39 View Details
Donald "Don" E. Phillips Missouri House District 62 View Details
Darrell Pollock Missouri House District 146 View Details
Paul Quinn Missouri House District 9 View Details
Craig Redmon Missouri House District 1 View Details
Bill Reiboldt Missouri House District 130 View Details
Todd Richardson Missouri House District 154 View Details
Jeanie Riddle Missouri House District 20 View Details
John Joseph Rizzo Missouri House District 40 View Details
Lyle Rowland Missouri House District 143 View Details
Don Ruzicka Missouri House District 132 View Details
David A. Sater Missouri House District 68 View Details
Rodney Schad Missouri House District 115 View Details
Dwight Scharnhorst Missouri House District 93 View Details
Dave Schatz Missouri House District 111 View Details
Ronald "Ron" Schieber Missouri House District 32 View Details
Edward "Ed" L. Schieffer Missouri House District 11 View Details
Vicki Schneider Missouri House District 17 View Details
Shane Schoeller Missouri House District 139 View Details
Jill Seltzer Schupp Missouri House District 82 View Details
Tom Shively Missouri House District 8 View Details
Lindell Shumake Missouri House District 6 View Details
Richard "Scott" Prescott Sifton, Jr. Missouri House District 96 View Details
Ryan Silvey Missouri House District 38 View Details
Clem Smith Missouri House District 71 View Details
Jason T. Smith Missouri House District 150 View Details
Sheila Solon Missouri House District 55 View Details
Mary Wynne Still Missouri House District 25 View Details
Rick Stream Missouri House District 94 View Details
Jay Swearingen Missouri House District 31 View Details
Terry M. Swinger Missouri House District 162 View Details
Mike Talboy Missouri House District 37 View Details
Sylvester Taylor Missouri House District 80 View Details
Mike Thomson Missouri House District 4 View Details
Steven Tilley Missouri House District 106 View Details
Noel Torpey Missouri House District 52 View Details
Wayne Wallingford Missouri House District 158 View Details
Rochelle Walton Gray Missouri House District 81 View Details
Steve Webb Missouri House District 74 View Details
Stephen Webber Missouri House District 23 View Details
Don Wells Missouri House District 147 View Details
Raymond "Ray" Weter Missouri House District 142 View Details
William "Bill" White Missouri House District 129 View Details
Paul Wieland Missouri House District 102 View Details
Billy Pat Wright Missouri House District 159 View Details
Zachary Wyatt Missouri House District 2 View Details
Anne Zerr Missouri House District 18 View Details
Jake Zimmerman Missouri House District 83 View Details

Bills from this Session

HB275

Specifies certain employee rights as they relate to labor organizations

SB186

Makes it optional for the circuit court and circuit clerk in Cape Girardeau County to hold court and maintain certain offices in both Jackson and Cape Girardeau

HB625

Requires at least two of three commissioners appointed in condemnation cases in St. Louis City, St. Louis County, and Jackson County to be real estate brokers or appraisers

HJR25

Proposes a constitutional amendment raising the allowable level of bonded indebtedness for a school district from 15% to 20% of the value of taxable tangible property in the district

HB330

Allows an applicant registering any property-carrying commercial vehicle weighing 12,000 pounds or more to request and be issued two license plates for the vehicle

HB760

Adds a member of a fire department who works full-time as a fire investigator to the list of individuals who are exempt from the prohibition on carrying a concealed firearm under certain conditions

SB169

Requires drug screening and testing for TANF applicants and recipients

HB449

Establishes the Missouri Radon Awareness Act which requires the seller of residential real property to provide the buyer with a disclosure of information on radon hazards

SB240

Changes the requirements for school anti-bullying policies

SB305

Creates record-keeping requirements for certain buyers of plastic bulk merchandising containers

SB53

Adds automated phone calls to the types of calls prohibited to people who sign up on the state do-not-call list

SJR10

Lowers the number of State Representatives from 163 to 103

HR66

Grants use of the House Chamber for the Missouri Girls State on Wednesday, June 22, 2011, from 9 am to 12:30 pm

HB672

Allows the board of aldermen in a fourth class city to provide by ordinance that the city marshal be appointed instead of elected

HB388

Removes the provisions requiring the Department of Health and Senior Services to provide information to physicians to give to breast implantation patients regarding advantages, disadvantages, and risks

HB222

Increases the number of years before certain newly constructed residential property is assessed for property taxation from the second year to the fourth year following the year construction was completed

HB737

Changes the laws regarding renewable energy in enhanced enterprise zones and the taxation of hydroelectric power generating equipment

HB367

Establishes provisions regulating amateur unarmed combat competitions

SB217

Creates state and local sales and use tax exemptions for data storage centers

HB808

Requires all food or food products sold in Missouri which are derived from a cloned animal to be labeled indicating that the food is or contains products derived from cloned animals

HR31

Grants use of the House Chamber for presentation of Glory Awards on Monday, February 28, 2011, from noon to 1:30 p.m.

SB352

Creates a mental health assessment pilot program for criminal offenders

HB234

Requires law enforcement agencies maintaining the Missouri Uniform Law Enforcement System (MULES) to include certain child custody and visitation information when entering an order of protection

HB664

Changes the laws regarding benefits for a fire fighter incurring an infectious disease in the line of duty and the Firemen's Retirement System of St. Louis

HB371

Establishes minimum salary requirements for all corrections officers and supervisors

HB721

Requires a lending institution purchasing property at a foreclosure sale and selling the property in an amount that exceeds the purchase price to apply excess amount to any deficiencies or judgments

SB128

Allows the mayor of the City of St. Louis to be a charter school sponsor

HB408

Reduces the corporate income tax rate from 6.25% to 3.125%, authorizes an additional sales tax of .494%, and eliminates the corporate franchise tax beginning January 1, 2013

SB201

Modifies provisions of the state deferred compensation plan

SB344

Requires health insurance policies to cover ultrasound screenings where mammograms demonstrate dense breast tissue

SB12

Modifies the elementary and secondary education foundation formula

HCR29

Designates November 11, 2011, as "Vietnam Veterans Day" in Missouri to be observed in conjunction with Veterans Day

HB633

Establishes the Agritourism Promotion Act which allows for the registration of any person who is engaged in a business which provides agritourism activities in this state

HB263

Revises the monthly retirement allowance reduction for certain retirees of the Missouri Local Government Employees' Retirement System electing a partial lump-sum distribution

SB190

Creates a tax credit for purchases of processed biomass engineered fiber fuel

HB799

Repeals all provisions allowing for and related to the death penalty, dissolves the Capital Litigation Division, and creates the Cold Case Investigation Revolving Fund

HB776

Changes the laws regarding the Police Retirement System of St. Louis

HB326

Prohibits state licensed professional counselors from being taxes or made liable to pay any municipal or corporation tax or license fee for the privilege of practicing the profession

SB5

Requires drug testing for work-eligible TANF applicants and recipients based upon reasonable suspicion

HJR33

Proposes a constitutional amendment requiring any office of a senator or representative to be deemed vacated if the member removes himself or herself from the state during session to avoid an official vote

SB256

Repeals certain tax credit programs

HB849

Changes the laws regarding the required number of days and hours in a school calendar and the earliest opening and latest closing day of a school year

SB45

Requires official motor vehicle inspection and emission stations to have liability insurance to cover any possible damages to a vehicle during an inspection

SB313

Repeals certain requirements for board members of tourism community enhancement districts

SB104

Regulates the operation of certain cranes

HB1020

Requires the Missouri Consolidated Health Care Plan Board of Trustees to develop a cost-neutral or cost-positive plan to provide coverage for temporomandibular joint disorder (TMJ) for plan participants

HB648

Changes the laws regarding individuals with disabilities

HB61

Prohibits the state minimum wage from exceeding the federal minimum wage and specifies that every employer must pay each employee receiving gratuities as compensation a wage of $3.63 per hour

HB218

Allows a senior judge or senior commissioner to elect to forgo his or her regular salary and receive only the minimum wage during times of budget stress

SB411

Allows employees of the Missouri Development Finance Board to join the Missouri State Employees' Retirement System and places a moratorium on certain tax credits

HB832

Changes the laws regarding the Missouri State Board of Accountancy by prohibiting the board from receiving any revenue from the General Revenue Fund or any of its costs to be incurred by the state

HB998

Establishes a public campaign financing system for state elections which allows a candidate to voluntarily agree to campaign finance limitations in exchange for public funding

HB131

Changes the laws regarding the Animal Care Facilities Act and the Puppy Mill Cruelty Prevention Act

HB561

Increases the membership of the MO HealthNet Oversight Committee by adding one licensed mental health professional who cares for participants

SB368

Transfers land survey duties from the Department of Natural Resources to the Department of Agriculture

SB387

Allows for release on electronic monitoring for people who can afford to pay the costs associated with the monitoring

HCR5

Disapproves and suspends a proposed amendment to 4CSR 240-20.100 regarding the Electric Utility Renewable Energy Standards Requirements

HB424

Designates the day after Thanksgiving Day until midnight December 26 of each year as the "Christmas Season" in Missouri

HB977

Requires a wholesale motor vehicle auction to provide a title at the time of purchase and changes the laws regarding a licensed dealer's hours of operations and the dealer's official telephone number

HJR6

Proposes a constitutional amendment guaranteeing the right of individuals to vote by secret ballot

SB153

Requires health carriers to establish or otherwise utilize web-based estimating systems so that consumers can obtain health care cost estimates and compute other related health care costs

HB36

Specifies that farm machinery and equipment as it relates to exemptions for sales tax will include certain all-terrain vehicles

HR325

Grants the YMCA Youth In Government Program use of the House Chamber on Thursday, November 10 through Saturday, November 12, 2011

HB536

Authorizes the banking institution tax credit to be taken against a finincial institution's annual franchise tax if the institution is a limited liability company or a limited liability partnership

SB69

Modifies provisions relating to children who are victims of pornographic offenses

HB166

Designates the day after Thanksgiving each year as "Native American Day"

SB295

Amends laws relating to unsecured loans of $500 or less

HCR52

Requires the Missouri Gaming Commission to make annual accounting reports of public safety moneys retained by home dock cities and counties from the taxes levied on adjusted gross receipts of excursion

HB865

Specifies that the requirement that every person operating or riding on a motorcycle on any state highway wear protective headgear will not apply from August 1 through August 21 of each year

HB920

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

SB86

Repeals the Certificate of Need Law

HB473

Changes the laws regarding charter schools and establishes the Missouri Charter Public School Commission

HB189

Repeals the provision which prohibits expanded polypropylene coolers from being on or within 50 feet of any river in this state except for certain specified rivers and areas

SB145

Modifies provisions relating to political subdivisions

HB609

Establishes the Show-Me Health Insurance Exchange Act

HB259

Authorizes a public body to close certain foster care licensure data and requires the Division of Family Services to prepare a detailed report of specific information obtained in the licensure process

HB873

Establishes the Missouri Sustainable Local Food Policy Council for the purpose of building a local food economy

HCR44

Urges the United States Congress to propose a constitutional amendment under Article V of the United States Constition for ratification by the states regarding state sovereignty

HB170

Specifies that an employer subject to certain workers' compensation provisions must be liable to furnish compensation for injury or death of an employee by occupational disease

SB283

Allows motor vehicles hauling agricultural products to exceed state weight limits by up to ten percent during harvest period

HB520

Authorizes a sales tax exemption for educational or fitness class fees paid to any health club, athletic club, exercise club, fitness club, or other similar club or facility

SB329

Allows students to enroll in another school district or charter school for purposes of attending virtual courses or programs

SB90

Modifies various provisions regarding benefits provided by the state health care plan, rules promulgated by certain county health center boards, and the capping of non-covered dental and optometric services

HB465

Changes the laws regarding the Division of Credit Unions within the Department of Insurance, Financial Institutions and Professional Registration

HB936

Adds an independent two-year college accredited by the Higher Learning Commission that offers officer candidate training to the list of institutions where a student may use A+ School Program reimbursement

HB98

Extends from June 30, 2011, to December 31, 2015, the 50-cent fee that is collected on the retail sale of a lead-acid battery as well as the fees for any hazardous waste generated

SB112

Gives immunity from civil or criminal liability to persons reporting suspected child abuse to proper authorities

SB407

Provides sufficient funding to continue the MO RX prescription drug program

HB77

Reduces over a five-year period the annual corporate franchise tax rate from one-forty-fourth of 1% until no tax is imposed beginning January 1, 2016

HB577

Requires the certification of school food service directors and menu planners in public and private schools which receive funding through the federal school lunch program

SB28

Exempts motorcyclists age 21 and older from wearing a helmet when operating a motorcycle or motortricycle

HCR13

Strongly supports the selection of Kirksville, Missouri, as the site for A.T. Still University's new School of Dentistry and Oral Health

HB127

Specifies that any partial term served by a member of the Sheriffs' Retirement System who is elected sheriff at a special election will be counted as serving an entire term when calculating benefits

HB824

Changes the laws regarding the transient guest tax in Carter County

HB961

Allows a rotation list to be used by law enforcement when requesting wrecker or towing services and requires a towing company to remove debris from the road when responding to an accident

HB432

Changes the laws regarding ethics, lobbying, and campaign finance

SB391

Requires the school board of each school district and charter school to establish an evaluation system for teachers and teaching

HB598

Changes the laws regarding the Missouri Propane Education and Research Council

HB445

Prohibits any person from smoking or using tobacco products in any area or on the grounds of a state correctional facility

HB916

Allows for a special license plate for a member of the National Wild Turkey Federation

HB853

Authorizes the City of Excelsior Springs to impose, upon voter approval, a retail sales tax of up to 1% for the purpose of funding a community center and retiring any bonds issued for funding the center

HB150

Requires a Missouri state employee to be compensated an amount equal to the difference between his or her military compensation and state salary when the military leave of absence exceeds 120 hours

HB500

Re-establishes the Motorist Insurance Identification Database Program to verify compliance with motor vehicle financial responsibility requirements and changes the laws regarding towing of certain vehicles

SB309

Allows certain ambulance and fire protection to seek voter approval for a sales tax to fund such districts

HB629

Changes the laws regarding the dates of public elections

HB279

Increases, from $15,000 to $125,000, the amount of equity in a homestead that can be exempt from attachment in a bankruptcy proceeding when the person is 62 years of age or older

HB783

Requires $2 from every business registration fee collected by the Secretary of State to be deposited into the Missouri Small Business Development Centers Fund

HB296

Establishes the Contract for Deed Act regarding transactions involving an executory contract for the conveyance of real property

SB165

Extends the sunset on the Basic Civil Legal Services Fund

HJR29

Proposes a constitutional amendment requiring the State Lottery Commission to develop and sell a Veterans Lottery Ticket to suport the Veterans Commission Capital Improvement Trust Fund

HB941

Increases the penalty for certain identity theft crimes

HB412

Changes the laws regarding pharmacies

HB557

Allows the Mental Health Earnings Fund to be used for the deposit of revenue received from the proceeds of any sales and services from Mental Health First Aid USA

HCR33

Designates the Honor and Remember Flag as the State of Missouri's emblem of service and sacrifice of service men and women who have given their lives in the line of duty

HB107

Requires special elections to fill certain vacancies in the positions of United States Senator, Lieutenant Governor, Attorney General, Secretary of State, State Auditor, and State Treasurer

HB804

Increases, from no later than 15 days to no later than 60 days, after a child's birth that the father has to file an action to establish paternity prior to an adoption or file with Putative Father Registry

SB427

Repeals state and local use taxes

HB384

Requires a person incarcerated for a sexual assault offense to successfully complete all treatment, education, and rehabilitation programs prior to being eligible for parole or conditional release

HB57

Establishes the Missouri Commission on Prevention and Management of Obesity

HB1016

Establishes the Middle Class Reinvestment Act

HB691

Creates the crime of endangerment of emergency personnel or emergency responder and requires a court to assess certain fines for certain traffic violations in an active emergency zone

SB132

Modifies motor vehicle extended service contracts law, amends surplus lines insurance law, establishes a limited-lines insurance license to sell portable electronics insurance, and modifies the retaliatory tax law

HB404

Changes the laws regarding security deposits of renters

HB957

Establishes the Ratepayer Fairness Act which allows an aluminum smelting facility to keep any special utility rate at the ratepayer class as long as it employs 200 employees

HB812

Allows for a special "Cass County - The Burnt District" license plate

HB111

Changes the laws regarding judicial procedures

HCR25

Designates the week of May 8 - 14, 2011, as "Sickle Cell Awareness Week" in the State of Missouri

HB541

Extends the income tax credit for donations to a food pantry from August 28, 2011, to August 28, 2015

SB348

Enacts the Prevention First Act

HB668

Changes the laws regarding the licensure of funeral directors and embalmers

HB41

Expands the Amber Alert System to include missing endangered persons, specifies the criteria for being a missing endangered person, and changes the system's name to the Amber Alert and Silver Alert System

HB392

Establishes the Adult Health Care Consent Act which provides for a priority of persons who can make health care decisions for an individual who is unable to consent to his or her own health care

HB238

Allows a spouse of an active member of the United States Armed Forces or reservist on active duty to be eligible for unemployment benefits if accompanying the military spouse in the event of a military move

SB431

Creates a state do-not-mail list for consumers who do not wish to receive solicitations from direct mail marketers

SB124

Requires children in the St. Louis City School District to attend school at age five

SCR10

Urges Congress to adopt an amendment to the U.S. Constitution that permits the repeal of any federal law or regulation by vote of two-thirds of the state legislatures

HB687

Establishes the Missouri Homeowners Mutual Insurance Company Act to provide homeowners and renters physical and personal property coverage

HB1000

Changes the composition of Congressional districts based on the 2010 census

HR4

Notifies the Governor that the House and Senate are in session

HB900

Designates a portion of Interstate 70 in Lafayette County as the "Sergeant Joe C. Specker Memorial Highway"

HB453

Prohibits reductions in county officials' salaries when a county changes classification until the current official leaves office

HB516

Prohibits any state agent from seeking the death penalty on the basis of race and permits the use of statistical evidence in certain criminal and post-conviction relief proceedings in death penalty cases

HR1428

Grants use of the House Chamber for presentation of Glory Awards on Thursday, April 7, 2011, upon adjournment

SB49

Creates special rules for the formation of transportation development districts to operate mass transportation systems

HB146

Requires licensed chiropractors to be reimbursed under the MO HealthNet Program for providing services currently covered and within the scope of chiropractic practice

HB845

Establishes the Family Business Growth Act which allows up to two members of an employer's family to opt out of workers' compensation insurance

HB795

Designates the second Friday in March as "Missouri School Read-In Day"

SB9

Modifies the state do-not-call list and creates "paid for by" requirements for political phone calls

HB280

Prohibits a health carrier or benefit plan from denying reimbursement for providing diagnostic imaging services based solely on the licensed physician's specialty or professional board certification

SB173

Modifies provisions of law relating to transportation and infrastructure

SB364

Authorizes the establishment of parks, trails and greenways districts in certain counties

HR1003

Grants use of the House Chamber and Rotunda for swearing in of attorneys on Friday, May 6, 2011, from 11a.m. to 3 p.m., and Monday, September 26, 2011, from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m

SB32

Prohibits a workforce development agency from knowingly omitting from any bidding process an entity with whom it has a contract

HB994

Changes the laws regarding school accreditation

HB428

Requires all facility plans submitted to the Department of Natural Resources as part of the permitting process for all environmental programs to be certified by a licensed professional engineer

SB221

Establishes damage caps for Human Rights Act cases and workers' compensation discrimination cases

HCR9

Submits an official application by the State of Missouri for the calling of a federal amendment convention

HB582

Establishes smaller class sizes for school districts in St. Louis City and St. Louis County than the minimum and desirable standards of the Department of Elementary and Secondary Education

HB82

Defines "small modular reactors" and allows energy produced by these reactors to be used to meet the Renewable Energy Standard percentage requirements for investor-owned electric utilities

HB351

Allows an election authority to randomly select individuals from a cross-section of voter registrations to serve as election judges if there is a shortage of election judges in the authority's jurisdiction

HB701

Allows an employee who is injured on the job to select his or her own health care provider to cure and relieve the effects of the injury at the expense of the employer

SB108

Extends the expiration date concerning the installation of fire sprinklers in certain home dwellings to December 31, 2019 and modifies adoption by a political subdivision of certain residence codes

HB214

Changes the laws regarding human trafficking

HB644

Prohibits a person or business from misrepresenting its geographic location by using a fictitious or assumed business name in a telephone directory or advertisement

SR127

Use of the Chamber - Jefferson City Rotary Club / Student Government Day

HB869

Establishes the Fair Fare Passenger Safety Act of 2011 which prohibits any person operating a motor vehicle for compensation and transporting passengers from using a hand-held wireless communications device

SB299

Requires the Department of Conservation to compensate for damage caused by wild elk

SB65

Modifies provisions relating to abortion with respect to viability

HB490

Prohibits a political subdivision from requiring any party to file a certificate of value with a deed or other instrument at the time of the sale or conveyance of real property

SB333

Requires certain state agencies to update and verify the accuracy of the information on the respective websites, as the websites pertain to health care

HB185

Renames the Joint Committee on Urban Farming to the Joint Committee on Urban Agriculture and changes the expiration date of the provisions regarding the committee to January 1, 2013

SB276

Allows state agencies to charge a surcharge for accepting credit and debit cards

HB886

Requires all purchases and withdrawals made with Temporary Assistance for Needy Families benefits by a recipient in this state to be limited to in-state purchases and withdrawals only

HB756

Allows an exception for the 2010-2011 school year regarding the laws for school make-up days due to inclement weather

SCR1

Disapproves a final order of rule making by the Public Service Commission regarding Electric Utility Renewable Energy Standard Requirements

HB306

Prohibits a person from using a hand-held electronic wireless communications device while operating a motor vehicle within a construction zone with certain exceptions

SJR2

Allows enabling legislation for advance voting and photographic identification for voting

HJR13

Proposes a constitutional amendment reducing the number of members of the House of Representatives to 120 and increasing the number of members of the Senate to 40

HB613

Establishes the Renewable Energy Act and repeals the Renewable Energy Standard enacted by Proposition C in 2008

HB243

Changes the composition of the University of Missouri Board of Curators

SB325

Modifies various laws relating to professional registration

SB73

Requires political subdivisions using automated traffic enforcement systems to distribute fines to local school districts

HB486

Allows a prevailing tenant in a forcible entry action to recover all damages caused by the landlord's exclusion of the tenant from the premises

HCR48

Strongly urges the United States Congress to support the Pea Ridge Mine in the extraction of thorium and the development of refineries for thorium power plants

HB890

Changes the laws regarding unsecured loans of $500 or less, commonly known as payday loans

HB469

Changes the laws regarding the Missouri Family Trust

HB193

Changes the composition of Congressional districts based on the 2010 census

SB260

Increases penalties for moving violations and traffic offenses occurring within an active emergency zone

HB310

Establishes the State Authority and Federal Tax Fund Act and reasserts the state's authority under the Tenth Amendment to the United States Constitution

HB740

Clarifies the current exemptions from sales and use tax by defining "manufacturing, processing, compounding, mining, or producing" to include testing, installing, calibrating, maintaining, and repairing

SB149

Modifies the laws regarding the testimony of physicians as expert witnesses in lawsuits against physicians for improper health care

HB255

Establishes the Private Attorney Retention Act which specifies the procedures state agencies or agents must follow when retaining a lawyer or law firm to perform legal services under certain conditions

HB605

Changes the laws regarding the sales tax collection on motor vehicles by certain motor vehicle dealers

HB828

Changes the laws regarding prevailing wages

HR11

Grants use of the House Chamber for presentation of Glory Awards on Monday, March 7, 2011, from 9 am to noon

HB982

Restricts the authority of radiology benefit managers to deny diagnostic testing ordered and recommended by a licensed physician

SB24

Increases the fine for seat belt violations from $10 to $50

SB372

Modifies provisions relating to teacher contracts and establishes the Teacher Continuing Contract Act

HB594

Changes the laws regarding the possession, manufacture, transport, repair, or sale of weapons

SB237

Requires that the September 1996 Supreme Court standards for representation by guardians ad litem be updated

HB717

Changes the laws regarding automated external defibrillators

HB347

Establishes the Prompt Credentialing Act which requires a health carrier to credential a health care professional within 60 days of receiving a completed application

HB94

Repeals the Puppy Mill Cruelty Prevention Act passed as Proposition B by voters in November 2010

HB652

Expands the crime of assault of a law enforcement officer, corrections officer, emergency personnel, highway worker in a construction or work zone, or probation and parole officer to include a health care worker

HB202

Specifies that for two years the daily expense allowance for members of the General Assembly will be the same as the rate in effect on September 30, 2010, and cannot be increased

HB716

Establishes the Capital Green Program, requirements for environmentally sustainable construction for state-funded buildings, and the Renewable Energy Pilot Program for State Parks

HB346

Exempts the sale of captive wildlife and the sale of feed for captive wildlife from state and local sales and use taxes

HB95

Allows certain municipalities to cancel nonpartisan elections when there are the same number of candidates as open offices

HB653

Changes the laws regarding noxious weeds

HB203

Adds professional therapy dogs to the definition of "service dog" as it relates to crimes against these animals or crimes of impersonating a disabled individual

HB829

Changes the laws regarding bullying in schools

HB983

Prohibits a person who is not lawfully present in the United States from bringing a claim or seeking legal or equitable relief in a court of this state

SB25

Modifies and adopts provisions relating to nuisances

SB373

Modifies the law relating to workers' compensation

HB595

Changes from six months to 60 days the period of time that a temporary motorcycle permit is valid

SB236

Establishes provisions regarding pharmacy services

HB311

Establishes the Missouri Electrical Industry Licensing Board to regulate and license electrical contractors

HB741

Adds an eligible energy-saving enterprise to the list of entities that are eligible to receive a linked deposit loan

SB148

Requires reimbursement amounts paid by health carriers to licensed physical therapists to be uniform regardless of the setting or venue in which the health care services are rendered

HB254

Requires restitution to be paid through the office of the prosecuting or circuit attorney and authorizes certain administrative costs to be assessed and restitution to be taken from an inmate's account

HB604

Establishes a task force on foster care recuitment, licensing, and retention and the Missouri State Foster Care and Adoption Board and changes the laws regarding parental rights, foster care, and adoption

SB324

Requires that only one license plate be issued for all motor vehicles instead of the current two plates

HB487

Allows organizations with temporary possession of certain property the additional options of filing a petition for a sheriff's deed or a court administrator's deed

SB72

Requires the Attorney General to sue the federal government to enforce federal immigration laws

HCR49

Urges Congress to restore the Glass-Steagall law to regulate the banking system and prevent commercial banks from engaging in financial speculation

HB891

Authorizes an income tax deduction from a taxpayer's Missouri adjusted gross income for all income earned as a temporary election staff member

HB468

Changes the laws regarding economic incentives for job development, retention, and training and establishes the Missouri Science and Innovation Reinvestment Act

SB261

Removes the element of good cause from the crime of nonsupport

HB192

Changes the laws regarding environmental protection programs

HB757

Authorizes the Governor to convey certain state property located in St. Francois County at the Southeast Missouri Mental Health Center to the City of Farmington

HB307

Allows the Department of Revenue to issue specified special license plates for any vehicle except an apportioned motor vehicle or a commercial motor vehicle in excess of 18,000 pounds gross weight

SJR3

Requires the Attorney General to seek appropriate relief against actions of the federal government when directed by the Governor, General Assembly, or a petition of the voters

HJR12

Proposes a constitutional amendment reducing the number of members of the House of Representatives from 163 to 103 beginning with the 98th General Assembly

HB612

Establishes smaller class sizes for the Kansas City School District than the established minimum and desirable standards of the Department of Elementary and Secondary Education

HB242

Prohibits any person, except law enforcement and emergency personnel, from climbing on or standing or working atop any tanker trailer stopped along a highway unless proper safety precautions are taken

HB868

Changes the laws regarding certain highway lane usage

SB298

Lowers the minimum age for an applicant of a concealed carry endorsement from twenty-three to twenty-one

HB491

Changes the requirements regarding when funds can be released from escrow accounts under the Tobacco Master Settlement Agreement

SB64

Prohibits beer manufacturers from having any interest in liquor wholesalers

SB332

Modifies provisions relating to sexual education

SB277

Modifies the law with respect to how municipalities and the legal system treats the lawful use of motor vehicles on public roads

HB184

Authorizes commissioners of certain road districts to be compensated for their services and specifies that risk coverages procured by certain political subdivisions will not require competitive bids

HB887

Changes the laws regarding midwifery and establishes registration requirements for midwives

HB83

Specifies that an agreement to operate or share an automated teller machine cannot prohibit the owner or operator of the machine from imposing an access fee or surcharge on foreign bank transactions

HB350

Changes the laws regarding sex education in schools, establishes the Compassionate Assistance for Rape Emergencies Act and the Birth Control Protection Act, and requires a women's health care program

HB700

Establishes a commission on the death penalty and places a moratorium on all executions until January 1, 2014

SB109

Bars employers from requiring employees to engage in or cease engaging in certain labor practices

HB215

Allows a resident of Missouri to purchase a firearm in any state, increases to five years the period that a concealed carry endorsement is valid, and lowers the age to obtain an endorsement to 21years

HB645

Authorizes a city or county to impose, upon voter approval, an additional tax of up to 75 cents per month on alternative telecommunications connections for 911 emergency telephone service

SR126

Use of the Chamber - Missouri Catholic Conference

SB365

Allows $9,999 in an irrevocable trust for certain funeral expenses to not be considered an asset when determining eligibility for public assistance

HR1452

Requests the Department of Health and Senior Services to assess chronic disease management of stroke prevention in atrial fibrillation

SB33

Repeals a provision of law which requires the Department of Transportation to submit to binding arbitration in negligence actions

HB995

Establishes the Task Force on Alternative Confinement for Victims of Human Sex Trafficking within the Department of Public Safety

HB429

Removes the December 31, 2015 expiration date of the nonresident entertainer and professional athletic team income tax

SB220

Modifies liens for certain design professionals and the statute of limitations for actions against land surveyors

HCR8

Recognizes the important services provided by professional school nurses and strongly urges school districts to recognize their dedication and valuable role by compensating them as like-degreed prof

HB583

Changes the laws regarding quality early childhood care

HB794

Specifies the conditions when storm water runoff will be considered to flow to a sewer maintained by the Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District for purposes of charging the property owner a storm water fee

HB17

Appropriates money for capital improvement and other purposes as provided in Article IV, Section 28

SB8

Restricts co-employee liability in workers' compensation cases

SB172

Modifies the State Legal Expense Fund

HB281

Changes the laws regarding the Puppy Mill Cruelty Prevention Act

HR5

Appreciation to Robin Carnahan for presiding over the deliberations of the House prior to its temporary organization

HB901

Prohibits the issuance of a tax credit under certain programs for an otherwise qualifying job under certain circumstances when the jobs are relocated from a contiguous state

HB452

Requires health insurance coverage for the diagnosis and treatment of infertility

HB517

Changes the laws regarding clemency in death penalty cases

SB48

Modifies provisions relating to utilities

HB147

Requires the Commissioner of the Office of Administration or other state purchasing agent to buy forest products, bricks, or aluminum produced in Missouri with certain exceptions

HB844

Requires all children over 15 years of age who are in the foster care system or the Division of Youth Services Program to receive a visit to a state university or community or technical college in Missouri

HB669

Changes the laws regarding health care

HB40

Changes the laws regarding the identification, assessment, and education of children with autism spectrum disorder

HB393

Establishes the Parent Empowerment and Choice Act or the Parent Trigger Act which allows parents under certain circumstances to invoke interventions for a struggling school

HB239

Establishes the Veteran Workforce Act which requires the Office of Administration to develop rules and regulations ensuring a uniform hiring preference for veterans, disabled veterans, and their spouses

SB430

Modifies the law relating to Workers' Compensation

SCR11

Asks the Governor to recognize every third week in June as Diabetic Peripheral Neuropathy Week

SB125

Modifies the law relating to title loans

HB686

Changes the laws regarding the denial of a mining permit

HB1001

Changes the composition of Congressional districts based on the 2010 census

HB405

Changes the laws regarding the Puppy Mill Cruelty Prevention Act

HB956

Specifies that time spent in jail, prison, or custody for a subsequent offense because of a detainer will not be credited toward service of a sentence of imprisonment for the original offense

HB813

Designates the bridge carrying State Route E over State Route 60 in Wright County as the "Pvt Ova A. Kelley Medal of Honor Memorial Bridge"

HCR24

Joint Session Wednesday, February 9, 2011, 2:00pm, for the State of the Judiciary message from the Honorable William Ray Price, Jr., Chief Justice of the State of Missouri

HB110

Requires noninvasive vascular laboratories to be accredited by the Intersocietal Commission for the Accreditation of Vascular Laboratories or the American College of Radiology

HB540

Creates the crime of practicing medicine while intoxicated

SB349

Abolishes the sentencing advisory commission

SB426

Requires certain landlords to hold security deposits in federally insured accounts, separate from the landlord's own funds

HB385

Extends the expiration date for an income tax credit for a contribution to a pregnancy resource center to August 28, 2023

HB56

Authorizes a tax credit for employers who hire certain high school students for summer employment

HB1017

Changes the laws regarding the structure and conditions for the transitional school district that has the same boundaries as the City of St. Louis

HB690

Changes the laws regarding immunizations for children

SB133

Modifies the law with respect to highway design-build project contracts and sewer district design-build contracts

HB940

Establishes the Common Interest Owners Bill of Rights Act

HB413

Expands the crime of making a false declaration with the purpose to mislead a public servant in the performance of his or her duty

HB556

Designates October as "Disability History and Awareness Month" in all public schools and requires each school board to annually provide instruction on the topic during the month

HB106

Prohibits a sheltered workshop's board of directors from holding in reserve any general operating moneys in excess of one year's estimated annual general operating costs with certain specified exceptions

HCR32

Establishes a Joint Interim Committee on State Employee Wages to address the need to increase Missouri's ranking as 50th worst in the nation in state employee compensation

HB805

Authorizes a one-time expungement of certain criminal records including a conviction for any nonviolent crime, misdemeanor, or nonviolent drug violation

HB628

Changes the laws regarding teacher contracts and establishes the Teacher Continuing Contract Act

HB278

Requires the Department of Revenue to establish the necessary rules to implement the compliance provisions of the multistate Streamlined Sales and Use Tax Agreement

HB782

Designates the month of May as "Motorcycle Awareness Month"

SB164

Establishes the Missouri Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics Initiative within the Department of Higher Education

HB297

Revises the crime of abuse of a child to include knowingly inflicting cruel or excessive punishment upon a child younger than 17 years of age or knowingly causing physical injury by any means

HJR28

Proposes a constitutional amendment prohibiting a person from serving more than 16 years in the General Assembly in any proportion split between the House of Representatives and the Senate

HB444

Requires the Governor when selecting appointees to state boards, commissions, committees, and councils to ensure that the membership reflects racial and gender equity based on population if possible

HB917

Requires all fire protection districts and municipal fire departments in St. Louis County to consolidate into one fire district upon the approval of the voters of the county

HB852

Establishes a special license plate for the Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation

HB151

Authorizes an individual or corporation to designate all or a portion of his or her income tax refund to the Organ Donor Program or to send a separate check with the payment of his or her taxes

HB501

Allows wireless telephone users to be added to the No-call List and revises the definition of "telephone solicitation" to include voice, facsimile, graphic imaging, or data communication

SB308

Specifies how the courts may rule in contractual disputes involving the law of other countries and jurisdictional issues involving other countries

HB576

Creates the School Safety and School Violence Prevention Fund to be used to establish a statewide center for school safety and school violence prevention

SB29

Modifies various provisions of law regarding the licensing of certain professions

HB126

Requires the state to give a prompt written notification to all affected state employees and specified county and city officials in certain situations when the state decides upon a mass layoff

HCR12

Claims sovereignty for the State of Missouri under the Tenth Amendment to the Constitution of the United States over all powers not otherwise enumerated and granted to the federal government

HB825

Prohibits the assessment of any penalty or the issuance of a ticket for failing to renew a motor vehicle registration prior to the last day of the month following the expiration of the registration period

HB960

Specifies that the statute of limitations will be two years for a class A misdemeanor and one year for a class B or class C misdemeanor instead of one year for any misdemeanor

HB433

Changes the classification of certain human trafficking crimes and establishes fines and prison terms for the crimes

SB390

Authorizes tax incentives to encourage foreign trade

HB599

Removes the requirement that the crime of sexual contact with a student be committed while on public school property

HB99

Exempts all shelters, pounds, kennels, pet shops, facilities, dealers, and breeders licensed under specified statutes prior to November 2, 2011, from the provisions of the Puppy Mill Cruelty Prevention Act

SB113

Modifies the Animal Care Facilities Act and the Puppy Mill Cruelty Prevention Act

SB406

Allows certain cost recovery by electric companies for energy generation and requires utilities to pay an assessment for the Office of Public Counsel

HB76

Changes the laws regarding the corporate franchise tax

HB872

Establishes the Transparency in Private Attorney Contracts Act

SB282

Modifies numerous laws relating to elections

HB171

Allows certain third class cities to cancel any primary election for the office of mayor and councilman

HCR45

Urges the President of the United States and the United States Congress to uphold and defend the federal Defense of Marriage Act

HB521

Allows an ambulance district board member to be recalled from office by petition of the registered voters

SB328

Allows corporate board members to consent to certain actions by electronic transmission

HB464

Eliminates, combines, and revises certain provisions regarding state boards, commissions, committees, and councils

SB91

Modifies funeral protest provisions

HB937

Requires certain preneed funeral contract sellers and providers to designate the location where all records and contracts are located

SB144

Places a one year moratorium on the authorization of certain tax credits

HB608

Requires new parking lots and parking lots being restriped to designate a certain number of lift van accessible only parking spaces with at least one having an access aisle

HB21

Appropriates money for capital improvement projects involving maintenance, repair, replacement, and improvement of state buildings and facilities

HB258

Prohibits beer brewers or manufacturers from having any interest in the license, business, assets, or corporate stock of a liquor wholesaler with certain exceptions

HB537

Requires the sheriff or chief of police to execute, within 15 business days, all documents required under federal law by an applicant for the purchase or transfer of a firearm with certain exceptions

SB68

Authorizes the issuance of subpoenas for the production of records by the General Assembly

HCR53

Strongly urges Congress and the Administration to immediately seek long-term and short-term solutions to the rapidly rising fuel costs in this country

SB294

Modifies provisions relating to charter schools

HB167

Requires Missouri driver's license examinations to only be administered in English

HB864

Changes the laws regarding the filing of a financial interest statement with the Missouri Ethics Commission

HB921

Changes school funding formula phase-in percentages and allows up to 2% of the weighted average daily attendance for summer school attendance during phase-in period if the formula is underfunded

HB472

Designates "Walk & Bike to School Month," "Walk & Bike to School Day," "Missouri Bicycle Month," and "Bike to Work Day," and "Bike to Work Week" in Missouri

SB87

Removes the requirement that certain otherwise unlawful uses of a weapon be reasonably associated with, or necessary to, fulfill a person's official duties in order to be lawful

HB188

Adds Cass County to the list of counties authorized to enact nuisance abatement ordinances regarding the condition of real property

SB152

Modifies provisions of the retirement plan of the Police Retirement System of St. Louis

HB37

Prohibits an employer from using a job applicant's personal credit history as a hiring criteria except where the credit history is shown to be directly related to the position sought by the applicant

HR324

Grants the Missouri Catholic Conference permission to use the House Chamber and Hearing Rooms on Saturday, October 1, 2011, from 7 am to 7 pm. to hold an assembly and workshops

HB833

Specifies that a statement offering a coupon, sales price, rebate, or discount for an alcoholic beverage will be legal in advertising as long as the final retail price is not below the wholesale cost

HB999

Changes the laws regarding sexual offender registration

HB130

Changes the laws regarding guardianship of an incapacitated person and authorizes Missouri to enter into the Uniform Adult Guardianship and Protective Proceedings Jurisdiction Act

HB560

Requires all new signs erected beginning August 28, 2011, relating to disabled parking to contain the words "Accessible Parking" and to not contain "Handicap Parking" or "Handicapped Parking"

SB369

Establishes procedures for resident pupils of an unaccredited school district to enroll in another school in the same or an adjoining county

HCR4

Establishes the Missouri State Capitol Building Centennial Commission for the purpose of seeking funding sources for the preservation, improvement, expansion, and renovation of the Capitol Building

SB386

Directs dealer plate fees to the Motor Vehicle Commission Fund and increases the temporary permit fee from $7.50 to $9.50

HB425

Authorizes an income tax dependency exemption deduction for a stillborn child for the taxable year in which the child was born

HJR7

Proposes a constitutional amendment reducing the number of members of the House of Representatives from 163 to 103 beginning with the 98th General Assembly

HB976

Authorizes a reduction in the corporate income tax rate from 6.25% until the rate is eliminated based on the total of state sales and use tax collected in a fiscal year

SB105

Creates an advance voting system for elections

HB1021

Requires a telecommunications company to provide caller location information in certain emergency situations

HB649

Establishes the Developmental Disability Care Provider Tax Credit Program and extends the expiration date of several specified tax credits

HB60

Limits the increase in assessed valuation of residential property by the percentage of increase in the federal Social Security benefits for the elderly and disabled who own and live in their principal residence

HB219

Changes the laws regarding background checks for school employees

SB410

Requires MOSERS and MPERS to transfer funds between the retirement systems when service is transferred between the systems

SB257

Modifies provisions of the Low-Income Housing Tax Credit Program

HB848

Changes the composition of the University of Missouri Board of Curators

SB44

Requires health carriers to devote a certain percentage of health insurance premiums to be used for the payment of health care services

SB312

Modifies provision relating to administrative child support orders

HB1

Appropriates money to the Board of Fund Commissioners

HB632

Establishes the Prescription Drug Monitoring Program Act to monitor the prescribing and dispensing of controlled substances

SB191

Establishes the Caring for Missourians Program to provide grants to eligible Missouri public higher education institutions that maintain certain nursing programs

HB262

Establishes the Foreign Health Insurance Purchase Act which allows Missouri residents to purchase or enroll in a health insurance policy or health benefit plan that is licensed in certain other states

HB798

Renames the Heroes Way Interstate Interchange Designation Program as the Heroes Way Interchange Designation Program and designates several memorial highways and bridges

HB777

Requires any person younger than 16 years of age to wear an approved personal flotation device when on a watercraft on Missouri waters unless the person is in a fully enclosed part of the watercraft

HB327

Removes the requirement that the circuit court in Cape Girardeau must hold court and maintain an office of the probate division in the courthouses in Jackson and Cape Girardeau but allows them to do so

SB4

Repeals the Puppy Mill Cruelty Prevention Act

HJR32

Proposes a constitutional amendment prohibiting a person from serving more than 16 years in the General Assembly in any proportion split between the House of Representatives and the Senate

HB409

Establishes a defined contribution plan in the Missouri Public School Retirement System for any new employee who first becomes a member on or after July 1, 2013

SB200

Modifies the ability of state educational institutions to issue bonds and incur debt

SB345

Creates the Council on Digital Inclusion

SB13

Requires the Joint Committee on Education to oversee a task force on teacher compensation and effectiveness

HCR28

Endorses an observer status for Taiwan in the International Civil Aviation Organization

HB235

Prohibits the Department of Revenue from selling or disclosing certain driver record information

HB665

Changes the laws regarding a member of the Firemen's Retirement System of St. Louis who retires because of accidental disability

HB370

Establishes two prostate cancer pilot programs to fund prostate cancer screening and treatment services and to provide education to men residing in the state

HB720

Establishes the Transparency in Private Attorney Contracts Act

SB129

Exempts the St. Louis City School District from the requirement that an unaccredited school district pay tuition and transportation for students who attend an accredited school under certain circumstances

SB216

Requires school boards to work with the Brain Injury Association of Missouri and Missouri State High School Activities Association to develop guidelines on youth athlete concussions and brain injuries

HB809

Establishes the Minority Business Enterprise and Women's Business Enterprise Oversight Review Committee to assist these business enterprises in bidding on state contracts

HR30

Grants use of the House Chamber for presentation of Glory Awards on Monday, February 7, 2011, from noon to 1:30 p.m.

SB353

Allows the Missouri State Highway Patrol to sell surplus watercraft and watercraft motors and trailers in the same manner as the highway patrol currently sells surplus vehicles

HB673

Authorizes the presentation of a Missouri National Guard Overseas Training Ribbon, a Missouri National Guard State Partnership Program Ribbon, and the Order of Minuteman Award

HB389

Increases the number of students the Missouri Preschool Plus Grant Program may serve and expands the list of grantees

HB223

Establishes the Nursing Education Incentive Program and authorizes a nonrenewable advanced placement grant to certain recipients of financial aid under the A+ Schools or Access Missouri programs

HB736

Establishes the Paperless Documents and Forms Act which requires the Department of Revenue to develop and implement a method of providing to the public all department documents and forms electronically

HB366

Changes the laws regarding economic development

HB448

Creates a funding mechanism for survivor benefits when a member of the Missouri Local Government Employees' Retirement System dies as a result of a duty-related injury or disease

SB241

Creates a state and local sales and use tax exemptions for captive wildlife

SB304

Establishes rules and procedures that allow guaranty associations and receivers to elect to succeed to the rights of an insolvent insurer with respect to certain reinsurance contracts

SB52

Requires county assessors to consider market factors in determining value of real property for tax purposes

SJR11

Asserts the right of Missourians to hunt and fish

SB187

Modifies the laws regarding nuisances and junkyards

HB274

Changes the laws regarding unlawful picketing or protesting of a funeral

HB624

Prohibits corporal punishment from being administered in any public school and removes provisions specifying that certain spanking in a school is not to be considered abuse

HJR24

Proposes a constitutional amendment specifying who can participate in the operation of a bingo game

HB331

Requires all federally licensed firearms dealers to waive the National Instant Criminal Background Check System requirement for a purchaser who possesses a valid concealed carry endorsement

HB761

Allows landlords to charge lessees separately for water and sewer usage

SB168

WITHDRAWN

HB910

Requires all employers and business entities to enroll and actively participate in a federal work authorization program

HB443

Requires the Governor to maintain and regularly update a listing of appointees to state boards, commissions, committees, and councils including residences, races, genders, and term expiration dates

SB59

Modifies provisions regarding judicial procedures

HB156

Establishes Sam Pratt's Law which authorizes the Department of Health and Senior Services to prohibit unlicensed child care providers from continuing to provide services if there are pending criminal charges

HB506

Changes the laws regarding property tax levies

HB855

Creates the Parents as Teachers Advancement Fund

HB785

Specifies that any action to recover damages in a products liability claim must be commenced within 10 years after the date the product that caused the alleged damage was first placed into commerce

HB290

Changes the laws regarding political subdivisions

SB163

Modifies the composition of the Coordinating Board for Higher Education, Board of Curators of the University of Missouri and the governing board of Missouri State University

HB414

Requires a title agency or agent to have a physical place of business in Missouri substantially devoted to conducting the title insurance business or be employed by a licensed title insurer or agency

HB947

Establishes a public campaign financing system for state elections which allows a candidate to voluntarily agree to campaign finance limitations in exchange for public funding

HB802

Revises the crime of property damage in the first degree to include damaging a motor vehicle while making entry into it to steal or when the damage occurs while committing the crime within the vehicle

HB551

Adds bath salts to the list of Schedule I controlled substances

SB358

Specifies that licensed professional counseling includes the diagnosis of mental, emotional, and behavior disorders and allows the committee for professional counselors to require certain education or training in diagnostic skills

HCR35

Requests the Adjutant General of the Missouri National Guard to establish a voluntary reporting program for Missouri National Guard members and veterans who have been exposed to depleted uranium

HB101

Changes the laws regarding liquor control

HB228

Changes the laws regarding billboards

SB421

Bar felons from holding public office

HB678

Changes the laws regarding excavation notification centers

HB382

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

HB51

Authorizes a $2 surcharge to be collected in all criminal cases involving a state traffic law violation to be disbursed equally for law enforcement and fire safety training

HB697

Specifies that any administrative rule proposed, adopted, or amended by a state agency after August 28, 2011, must automatically terminate six years after its effective date

SB134

Outlines the parental rights of individuals with disabilities in termination of parental rights cases

HB1010

Declares the federal Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act as unauthorized by the United States Constitution and creates criminal penalties for persons enforcing or attempting to enforce the act

HR207

Grants use of the House Chamber and Rotunda area for presentation of Glory Awards on Monday, April 18, 2011, from 11:00 am to 12:30 pm

HB951

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

HB402

Increases the extent of acreage authorized for a lien on property to secure payment for work performed by an architect, engineer, land surveyor, landscape architect, or well digger

HR1479

Grants the 21st Century Leadership Academy permission to use the House Chamber for the Sue Shear Institute for Women in Public Life Leadership Day on Wednesday, May 25, 2011, from 10 am to 1 pm

SB18

Places a cap on corporate franchise taxes

HB117

Establishes requirements for environmentally sustainable construction for certain state-funded buildings

HCR23

Declares support for Complete Streets policies and urges their adoption at all levels of government regarding the shared use of our roads and highways by motorists, bicyclists and walkers

HB547

Changes the laws regarding health insurance premium rate reviews by the Department of Insurance, Financial Institutions and Professional Registration

HB814

Designates a portion of Interstate 70 from the eastern city limits of Independence west to the Kansas state line as the "Truman/Eisenhower Presidential Highway" contingent on Kansas making a designation

HB47

Requires certain recipients of Temporary Assistance for Needy Families Program benefits to be tested for the illegal use of controlled substances

HB394

Allows the owner of a property-carrying commerical motor vehicle to request and be issued two license plates

HB1006

Establishes the Joint Committee on Renewable Technology and Industrial Onsite Energy Generation

SB122

Modifies provisions relating to health insurance as it applies prescription drug co-payments and the establishment of web-based estimating systems for use by consumers

HB681

Specifies that the provisions requiring a partisan election and conducting a party primary prior to a general election will not apply to a candidate for school board or fire district office

HB455

Requires every public school district to screen its students for Sensory Processing Disorder before the end of first grade and again before the end of third grade

HB906

Prohibits any person operating a school bus who is transporting children at the time from using a hand-held electronic wireless communications device

HB843

Authorizes the City of St. Joseph to impose, upon voter approval, a sales tax of up to 0.5% for the operation of public safety departments

HB510

Requires a court to order sexually transmitted disease testing of certain defendants within one week of the date the prosecuting or circuit attorney filed the motion requesting it

SB319

Allows debts owed to ambulance service providers to be collected from income tax refunds and lottery winnings of patients

HB140

Establishes Susie's Law which prohibits any child younger than 18 years of age from riding as a passenger on any machinery or heavy equipment not manufactured for passengers

HB269

Adds certain not-for-profit organizations to the term "public entity" as it relates to tort immunity and limits the state's liability in tort claims involving motor vehicles and dangerous conditions

HB793

Requires the Deparment of Social Services to establish an administrative renewal process for a child eligible for MO HealthNet or State Children's Health Insurance Program benefits

HB639

Requires each school district to establish a comprehensive program for student academic progression

HB10

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

HB286

Authorizes a check-off box for the newly created American Red Cross Trust Fund to be added to the individual and corporate income tax forms and allows for a separate check donation with tax payment

SB175

Modifies restrictions on the use of organized labor on public contract projects

HB992

Designates June of each year as "Bone Marrow Awareness Month"

HB838

Establishes Chloe's Law which, subject to appropriations, requires the newborn screening requirements to include pulse oximetry screenings

SB362

Allows for the establishment of domestic violence fatality review panels

SB34

Allows spouses who leave employment to follow their military spouses in the event of a military transfer, to qualify for unemployment compensation

SB227

Makes the results of certain types of field tests for controlled substances admissible as evidence in certain preliminary hearings and applications for arrest warrants

HB584

Prohibits a lender from imposing a fine, fee, or penalty for the prepayment of any loan and repeals the provision allowing a prepayment fee to be charged on a second mortgage loan

HB84

Establishes in statute the Missouri State Park Board which is responsible for managing the Historical Marker Program

HB357

Changes the laws regarding enhanced enterprise zones

HB707

Allows the City of Kansas City to establish a land bank agency for the management, sale, transfer, and other disposition of tax delinquent land to return it to effective use and provide specified benefits

HB212

Changes the laws regarding the annual certification fee that a proprietary school must pay

HB642

Limits reimbursement for summer school to the attendance hours of students exclusively on academic areas of study based on core subjects at the relevant grade levels

SB63

Modifies provisions pertaining to utilities

HB496

Allows licensed veterinarians to administer or prescribe legend drugs for use in animals and changes the membership of an advisory committee of the Board of Pharmacy regarding drug distributors

SB335

Allows public disclosure of department of revenue records regarding the number of cigarettes sold annually by tobacco product manufacturers

SJR20

Limits general revenue appropriations and mandates state income tax rate reductions in certain situations

HB880

Authorizes a state and local sales and use tax exemption for certain drugs which are prescribed by a practitioner; certain medical equipment, supplies, and devices; and eyeglasses

HB479

Increases the annual cap on the tax credits certified for qualified film production projects from $4.5 million to $10 million

HB183

Changes the laws regarding the Police Retirement System of Kansas City and the Civilian Employees' Retirement System of the Police Department of Kansas City

SB270

Modifies various provisions relating to public elections

SJR4

WITHDRAWN

HJR15

Proposes a constitutional amendment requiring a two-thirds majority for voter approval of any initiative petition relating to harvesting bird, fish, game, wildlife, or forestry resources

HB750

Allows the Commissioner of the Office of Administration, upon voter approval, to increase the wireless fee per telephone user from not to exceed 50 cents to not to exceed 75 cents per month

SCR7

Authorizes the employment of an independent certified public accountant or certified public accounting firm pursuant to Section 21.760, RSMo

SB159

Modifies the law governing liens on motor vehicles, trailers, vessels, outboard motors, and aircrafts

HB300

Establishes the Interscholastic Youth Sports Brain Injury Prevention Act which requires the Department of Health and Senior Services to develop guidelines on the risk of concussion and brain injury

HB615

Establishes the Civil Disaster Response Corps to be available for call-up by the Governor or General Assembly in the event of a state emergency

HB245

Allows voters to cast advance ballots

HB879

Changes the laws regarding the direct rollover provisions of the County Employees' Retirement System

SB323

Requires the Auditor to conduct a one-time comparative audit of selected state agencies

SB289

Prohibits smoking or use of tobacco products in state correctional centers

SB75

Modifies the law relating to campaign finance, lobbying, and ethics

HB480

Reduces the minimum number of acres required for an eligible project area in the Distressed Areas Land Assemblage Tax Credit Program

HB195

Requires the State Board of Education and other public school entities to encourage students to explore scientific questions and to allow the teaching of scientific theories of biological or chemical evolution

SB266

Designates the director of elections as the election authority in charter counties that do not have a board of election commissioners or a county clerk

HB896

Specifies that certain spouses of Missouri State Employees' Retirement System members will be ineligible to receive a retirement allowance upon the dissolution of the member's marriage

HB316

Changes the laws regarding the collection of money owed the state and establishes the State Debt Collections Act

HB746

Authorizes a check-off box for the newly created Puppy Protection Trust Fund to be added to the individual and corporate income tax forms and allows for a separate check donation with a tax payment

HB253

Changes the laws regarding judicial procedures

HB603

Establishes Nathan's Law which changes the laws regarding child care facilities

SB22

Requires newly constructed state buildings to meet certain green building standards

HCR19

Submits an official application by the State of Missouri for the calling of a convention for proposing amendments to the United States Constitution

SB374

Establishes qualifications and appointment procedures for county recorders where the offices of the court clerk and recorder of deeds are separate

HB984

Requires all food and food products sold in Missouri that are or contain genetically modified products to be labeled indicating that the food is or contains genetically modified products

HB592

Changes the laws regarding unlawful picketing or protesting of a funeral

HB438

Repeals the Indoor Clean Air Act and establishes new laws regarding smoking in public places

SB231

Prohibits a political subdivision from restricting a firefighter from engaging in certain political activities

HB711

Changes the laws regarding utilities

SB118

Modifies provisions relating to loans available for sprinkler system requirements in long-term care facilities and to a definition in the long-term care facilities chapter

HB341

Repeals the provisions regarding the filing of a petition for the removal of a disqualification for certain individuals from purchasing, possessing, or transferring a firearm and establishes new provisions

HB92

Authorizes school districts to enter into design-build contracts for construction projects

HB654

Designates March 26 of each year as "Veterans of Operation Iraq/Enduring Freedom Day"

HB204

Allows a resident who is on active military duty to renew his or her expired driver's license without a complete examination if the renewal is made within a specified time from discharge or residency

HB273

Defines "cyberbullying" as it relates to the antibullying policy that school districts must adopt and establishes specific requirements for each school district in implementing the policy

SB180

Designates certain state recognized days, weeks, and months

HB789

Authorizes a state and local sales and use tax exemption for specified farm products sold at a farmers' market

HB623

Changes the insurance coverage requirements for a motor vehicle liability insurance policy issued to a person with one or more convictions for a driving while intoxicated offense

HB336

Authorizes an income tax credit for the eligible costs of bringing certain sporting events to Missouri

HB766

Places a cap on summer school average daily attendance reimbursement when the school funding formula is underfunded

HJR23

Proposes a constitutional amendment changing the number of signatures required on an initiative petition proposing an amendment to the Missouri Constitution or on a referendum to change a state law

SB246

Creates a tax credit for investments in technology-based early stage Missouri companies

SJR16

Proposes a constitutional amendment reaffirming a citizen's right to free expression of religion

HB859

Increases the excise tax on cigarettes of 17 cents per pack of 20 cigarettes by 12.5 cents per pack per year for eight years until the excise tax on cigarettes reaches $1.17 per pack

SB303

Modifies disciplinary and administrative procedures for professions and businesses licensed under the Division of Professional Registration, including those licensed by the Board of Registration for the Healing Arts

SB55

Classifies sawmills and planing mills as agricultural and horticultural property for tax purposes

HB674

Extends the expiration date for tax credits allowed against a freight line company's property taxes for eligible expenses incurred on qualified rolling stock in Missouri to August 28, 2020

HB224

Prohibits the MO HealthNet Division from discriminating between a licensed marital and famility therapist and a licensed professional counselor when establishing rules for payment of services

HB731

Adds citizenship information to the sexual offender registration form and requires the State Highway Patrol to report to the federal government any non-U.S. citizen on the sexual offender registry

SB138

Creates the Nonhuman Primate Act

HB361

Establishes the Missouri Firearms Freedom Act

HB418

Establishes the Sickle Cell Disease Task Force to study and make recommendations regarding the impact of sickle cell disease on urban communities, examine existing services, and address any needs

SB211

Modifies how damages are assessed in certain lawsuits

HCR39

Urges the Secretary of the Interior to add Grant's Farm in St. Louis County as a unit of the National Park Service by joining with the Ulysses S. Grant National Historic Site

SB354

Adds bath salts to the list of schedule I controlled substances

HB232

Extends eligibility for the A+ Schools Program to Missouri public high school students who have an expected family contribution to college expenses at a level determined by the Department of Higher Education

HB662

Requires the Missouri Housing Development Commission to maintain its headquarters in Jefferson City and prohibits it from leasing or purchasing real estate in any county other than Cole County

HB398

Changes the laws regarding powers of attorney, the Missouri Uniform Trust Code, and the Uniform Principal and Income Act

HB377

Prohibits elected officials of the state or any political subdivision or their staff from registering or acting as a lobbyist for one year after leaving office or employment with certain exceptions

HB727

Revises the crime of unlawful use of weapons and authorizes the revocation of a concealed carry endorsement when the holder is convicted of committing a felony while in the possession of a firearm

SB207

Modifies provisions pertaining to energy and property taxation

HB818

Changes the laws regarding transportation

SB342

Requires school districts to implement criteria for the enrollment and educational success of foster care children

SB14

Establishes procedures for the transfer of students from an unaccredited school district to an accredited school district in the same or an adjoining county

HB635

Prohibits a political subdivision from restricting a paid member of a fire department or fire district from becoming a candidate for public office or from engaging in other political activity while off duty

HB265

Changes the laws regarding professional registration

SB196

Restricts co-employee liability in workers' compensation cases

HB6

Appropriates money for the expenses, grants, refunds, and distributions of the Department of Agriculture, Department of Natural Resources, and Department of Conservation

HJR35

Proposes a constitutional amendment requiring any office of a senator or representative to be deemed vacated if the member removes himself or herself from the state during session to avoid an official vote

SB3

Establishes photo identification requirements for voting and requirements for advance voting

HB770

Adds an elected official or his or her staff to the list of persons protected by enhanced penalties for assault in the first, second, and third degrees

SB179

Allows the board of aldermen in fourth-class cities to provide, by ordinance, for the appointment of city marshal

HB320

Changes the laws regarding Missouri's prevailing wage as it relates to public works construction

HB459

Designates the new Interstate 70 Mississippi River Bridge connecting downtown St. Louis and southwestern Illinois as the "Jerry F. Costello - William 'Bill' Clay Sr. Veterans Memorial Bridge"

SB250

Requires sexual assault offenders to complete certain programs prior to being eligible for parole and prohibits them from living near child care facilities

SB43

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

SB315

Bars discriminatory employers from receiving public works contracts and requires employers to provide cause to terminated employees

HB1026

Expands the mental health insurance parity requirements under the Mental Health and Chemical Dependency Insurance Act to include all policies or contracts providing long-term disability benefits

SB102

Specifies that work certificates will permit the employment of children fourteen or fifteen years of age

HB88

Allows a public administrator to file a petition to transfer a case to another county and requires the court to transfer the case if certain requirements are met and the receiving county consents to the transfer

HB67

Establishes provisions regarding the licensure of tanning facilities by the Department of Health and Senior Services

SB417

Modifies the law relating to the Second Injury Fund

SB38

Establishes a prostate cancer pilot program to provide screening, referral services, treatment and outreach

HB137

Repeals the authority of certain state university boards to convey or transfer property without authorization from the General Assembly and authorizes the Governor to convey certain state properties

HB567

Transfers Taney County from the 38th Judicial Circuit to the newly established 46th Judicial Circuit and specifies that the 38th Judicial Circuit will consist only of Christian County

HB834

Prohibits a member of the General Assembly from being eligible to receive a retirement benefit based on his or her service as a member of the General Assembly beginning January 1, 2013

HB971

Establishes the Missouri Jobs for Education Program

SB381

Allows a circuit judge to assess certain costs when the criminal case is dismissed and the criminal defendant consents

HCR3

Submits to Congress a proposed federal balanced budget amendment to the United States Constitution

HB588

Requires a statewide athletic organization that has a public school district as a member to publish an annual report regarding the impact of concussions and head injuries on student athletes

HB422

Requires certain employers to grant a leave of absence to workers performing civil air patrol emergency service duty or counter narcotics missions

SB155

Modifies provisions of Missouri's real property tax increment allocation redevelopment act

HJR19

Proposes a constitutional amendment transferring initial responsibility for Congressional and legislative redistricting from a Congressional committee to a state demographer

SJR8

Requires refunds to taxpayers when state revenues grow by five percent or more

HB249

Designates April 30 of each year as "Vietnam Veterans Day"

HB619

Prohibits a professional sports team or franchise with a home stadium in Missouri from receiving certain state public funds if a broadcast of a home game is blacked out for any reason

HB30

Allows a law enforcement officer to request that certain property used to secure personal credit loans from pawnbrokers not be sold for 10 days of the request

HB863

Establishes the Prompt Credentialing Act which requires a health carrier to credential a health care professional within 60 days of receiving a completed application

HB530

Establishes the Public Fraud Prevention Act

SB339

Establishes "Sam Pratt's Law" and "Nathan's Law" and modifies provisions relating to child care providers

HB160

Requires co-employees to be released from liability for negligence in performing the nondelegable duty of an employer to provide a safe workplace when the negligence contributes to injury or death

SB293

Makes authorizations for allocations of nonresident entertainer and athlete income tax revenues perpetual

SB80

Extends the sunset provision of the MO RX prescription drug program to 2016

HB475

Changes the laws regarding health care quality data standardization and transparency and establishes criteria for programs of insurers to compare the quality and cost efficiency of health care providers

HB926

Authorizes the Governor to convey certain state properties

SB143

Prohibits the approval of new applications under the Missouri Downtown and Rural Stimulus Act after August 28, 2011

HB26

Changes voter reauthorization on city earnings taxes from every five years to every 20 years

SB79

Establishes the Missouri Science and Innovation Reinvestment Act

HCR42

Urges the United States Congress to prohibit the Environmental Protection Agency from regulating greenhouse gas emissions or to take action on climate change

HB176

Creates the crime of caller identification spoofing when a person places a call knowingly inserting false information into a caller identification system to mislead, defraud, or deceive

SB285

Removes Lincoln's birthday as a state holiday

HB526

Prohibits anyone from practicing as a surgical technologist in a health care facility unless he or she has met specificed requirements

HB875

Changes the laws regarding political activities of a member of the Kansas City Police Department

HB930

Eliminates the state income tax deduction for federal income tax liability beginning January 1, 2012

SB96

Conveys certain property owned by the state

HB463

Changes the laws regarding virtual schools

HB199

Specifies that a prior or persistent offender of an intoxication-related offense must perform a specified minimum number of hours of community service as an alternative to imprisonment

SB114

Provides that certain aliens will receive in-state tuition at college and universities that meet certain requirements

HB208

Prohibits certain persons from being appointed to the Regional Taxicab Commission, removes the requirement that four of the members be chosen from the industry, and establishes an advisory committee

SB401

Modifies the law relating to debt adjusters

HB658

Reclassifies some forms of methamphetamine precursor drugs from Schedule IV and V controlled substances to Schedule III requiring a prescription to be known as the Meth Lab Elimination Act

HB71

Allows the City of St. Louis to establish and maintain a municipal police force completely under the city's authority

HB988

Prohibits a licensed insurance company from issuing any policy or certificate of long-term care insurance unless the risks and rates have been approved by the Director of the Department of Insurance

HB822

Requires a title company or escrow agent holding escrow funds to notify all parties involved in the transaction within five days of receipt of any costs to hold, disperse, or return the funds

HB571

Reduces the maximum penalty that can be charged on delinquent county property taxes

SB378

Modifies law regarding commissions' authority to enter into additional design-build contracts

HCR15

Designates November 13, 2011, as "Buck O'Neil Day" in Missouri in honor of the first African-American coach in Major League Baseball

HB121

Changes the laws regarding elections

HB434

Requires co-employees to be released from liability for negligence in performing the nondelegable duty of an employer to provide a safe workplace when the negligence contributes to injury or death

SB397

Requires certification for certain contractors who work on fire sprinkler systems

HB967

Changes the appellate procedures for an issue initially decided by the Missouri Public Service Commission

HB989

Establishes the Missouri Commission on Workforce Preparedness within the Department of Economic Development to study how higher education is meeting the needs of Missouri employers

HB823

Specifies that any moneys remaining in the State Park Earnings Fund at the end of the biennium must not revert to the credit of the General Revenue Fund

HB570

Requires a school district to include in its annual accountability report card whether it has a state-appoved gifted education program and the percentage and number of students currently being served

SB379

Restricts the time to file a products liability claim and when a manufacturer or seller of a product may be liable

HB120

Changes the laws regarding infrastructure replacement surcharges for water corporations

HCR14

Designates February 6, 2011, as "Ronald Reagan Day" in Missouri in honor of the 100th anniversary of the birth of our 40th President of the United States

HB435

Authorizes any county of the third classification to impose, upon voter apprroval, a special road rock fund tax on agricultural and horticultural property

SB396

Establishes the Compassionate Assistance for Rape Emergencies Act

HB966

Requires the Director of the Department of Revenue to enter into the multistate Streamlined Sales and Use Tax Agreement and the department to implement the compliance provisions

SB115

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

HB209

Changes the laws regarding county nuisance abatement ordinances, junkyards, and private nuisance actions

SB400

Modifies provisions regarding the crime of sexual contact with a student while on public school property

HB659

Authorizes the St. Louis Metropolitan Sewer District to enter into a design-build contract for a construction project exceeding $1 million

HB70

Changes the compensation and mileage allowance for certain members of a county highway commission

SB78

Extends the sunset on the military family relief fund income tax check-off from August 28, 2011, to December 31, 2017

SB284

Modifies the disciplinary authority of the Board of Pharmacy, defines the term legend drug for the purpose of certain pharmacy statutes, and grants exemption from sales tax for certain medical equipment and drugs

HB177

Prohibits political subdivisions from using an automated speed enforcement system to enforce speeding violations within 500 feet of any speed limit sign reducing the limit except in speical school zones

HCR43

Urges Congress to address the pervasiveness of sickle cell trait and disease and the need to increase public awareness of the available programs and screenings

HB527

Requires the Department of Transportation to conduct a study regarding the safety impact of putting four-foot shoulders on all two- lane U. S. highways in Missouri

HB874

Changes the laws regarding ex parte orders and orders of protection

HB931

Establishes a funeral demonstration zone, creates the Family Funeral Victimization Fund, and makes it unlawful for a person to demonstrate in a funeral demonstration zone without obtaining a permit

HB462

Repeals the provisions requiring the Missouri Energy Task Force to reconvene at least one time a year and issue an annual status report to the Governor and General Assembly

SB97

Conveys certain property owned by the state

HB198

Designates December 25 of each year as "Christmas Day"

SB142

Restricts the membership, employment, and business relationships of the Missouri Development Finance Board and the Missouri Housing Development Commission

HB27

Authorizes an income tax credit to any taxpayer who donates cash or food to a senior citizen services center

HB862

Establishes the Missouri Universal Health Assurance Program to provide a publicly financed, statewide insurance program for all residents of this state

HB531

Changes the laws regarding the Unfair Trade Practice Act by adding unfair solicitation methods for selling Medicare insurance products to the list of unfair insurance practices

SB338

Modifies requirements of the Supreme Court to accumulate and review certain types of cases

SB292

Requires presidential and vice presidential candidates to show valid birth certificates

HB161

Changes the laws regarding certain taxes imposed by political subdivisions

HB474

Designates the regal fritillary as the official state butterfly

SB81

Modifies provisions relating to education

HB927

Requires a court to assess a surcharge of up to 6% in each criminal proceeding if authorized by the municipal or county government where the violation occurred

SB154

Caps the amount of the reduced monthly benefit that certain members of LAGERS who choose to receive a partial lump sum payment may receive

HJR18

Proposes a constitutional amendment changing the composition of nonpartisan judicial commissions and increases the number of candidates it nominates to the Governor for certain judicial vacancies

SJR9

Allows enabling legislation for photographic identification for voting

HB248

Authorizes an income tax deduction for 100% of tuition and fees paid for up to the last nine or 18 hours required to complete an associate or bachelor degree from a public two-year or four-year college

HB618

Authorizes a state income tax deduction of up to $500 to a taxpayer for the cost of school supplies and books he or she purchased to home school a child

HB31

Establishes the Senior Services Growth and Development Program to provide additional funding for senior services in the state by imposing a surcharge on certain health insurance premiums

SB39

Modifies provisions relating to hospital patient safety

HB136

Allows the spouse of certain active military members to be eligible for unemployment benefits and to receive a temporary courtesy license to practice his or her occupation or profession in this state

HB566

Establishes the Political Subdivision Construction Bidding Standards Act

HB835

Requires a child in the St. Louis City School District, except for a child who is intending to be home schooled, to be enrolled in a public, private, parochial, or parish school by five years of age

HJR1

Proposes a constitutional amendment prohibiting a bill from being introduced unless accompanied by a memo detailing its title, purpose, summary of sections, constitutional authority, and fiscal impact

HB970

Changes the laws regarding the collection of sales and use taxes relating to nexus with Missouri

HCR2

Joint Session to receive a message from Chief Justice William Ray Price, Jr., Wednesday, February 2, 2011, at 10:30a.m.

SB380

Requires the state treasurer to transfer the balance in any fund in excess of 200% of the previous fiscal year's expenditures into the state general revenue fund

HB589

Increases the penalty for making a false report if the crime which was falsely reported was a felony

HB423

Authorizes Missouri to adopt the provisions of the Health Care Compact to improve health care policy by returning the authority to regulate health care to the state legislatures

HB1027

Adds prescribed, medically necessary hearing aids to the list of services covered under MO HealthNet

SB103

Bars employers from requiring employees to disclose user names or passwords

HB89

Changes the laws regarding natural resources

HB66

Allows the court to suspend imposition of an adult sentence in cases where there is dual jurisdiction and the offender has been transferred from juvenile court to a court of general jurisdiction

SB416

Exempts United States attorneys who have completed the firearms safety training course required to obtain a conceal carry endorsement from certain otherwise unlawful uses of a weapon

HB458

Changes the laws regarding agriculture

SB251

Changes the classification of certain watercraft from personal property to real property for property tax purposes

SB42

Increases resource limits for medical assistance eligibility

SB314

Creates a crime for employers who divulge certain personal information of employees and customers

HB634

Requires any person who pleads guilty to or is found guilty of certain misdemeanor or felony offenses or who has his or her probation revoked to be liable for specified costs involved in the prosecution

SB197

Bars employers from requiring employees to engage in or cease engaging in certain labor practices

HB264

Changes the laws regarding the Manufacturing Jobs Act

HB7

Appropriates money for the expenses and distributions of the departments of Economic Development; Insurance, Financial Institutions and Professional Registration; and Labor and Industrial R

HJR34

Proposes a constitutional amendment prohibiting anyone elected to the General Assembly after November 1, 2008, from serving more than 12 years in any one house nor more than 24 years total in both houses

SB2

Requires the Missouri Consolidated Health Care Board to offer high deductible plans that meet certain annual deductibles and other standards

HB771

Creates the Foster Care and Adoptive Parents Recruitment and Retention Fund and establishes the Foster Care and Adoptive Parents Recuitment and Retention Fund Board

SB178

Requires a person who performs certain surgical tasks to have certain training and continuing education

HB321

Designates July 3 of each year as "Organ Donor Recognition Day"

SB206

Bars employers from requiring employees to engage in or cease engaging in certain labor practices

HB819

Authorizes the Department of Revenue to use technology to make processes for filing certain forms and sending certain notifications more efficient

SB343

Creates the crimes of assault of an employee of a mass transit system while in the scope of his or her duties in the first, second, and third degree

SB15

Allows full deductibility of federal taxes for state income tax purposes

HB233

Changes the laws regarding unlawful picketing or protesting of a funeral

HB663

Requires, instead of allows, the $2 surcharge in certain criminal cases to be assessed and collected and allows it to also be used to develop information sharing

HB399

Changes the laws regarding the Missouri Uniform Trust Code

HB376

Expands the No-call List to include cell phone numbers, prohibits sending unsolicited faxes or text messages, and prohibits using automatic dialing announcing devices in certain situations

HB726

Authorizes an income tax credit for certain small businesses who hire a person who is disabled or recently discharged from a correctional facility

HB419

Requires schools to implement specified criteria regarding the enrollment and educational success of foster care children

SB210

Modifies provisions of law requiring certain political subdivisions to revise property tax rates

HCR38

Supports the relocation of the ABC Heart of America Education Trust's trade and technical school from Mission, Kansas to Kansas City, Missouri

SB355

Modifies provisions regarding gubernatorial appointments

HB675

Requires every elected or appointed coroner, deputy coroner, and assistant to the coroner to complete the annually required educational training within six months of his or her election or appointment

HB225

Adds blunt wraps to the list of items in the definition of "drug paraphernalia" as it relates to the regulation of drugs

HB730

Revises the definition of "emergency vehicle" to include any vehicle operated by an authorized member of specified groups while responding to an emergency or in route to a fire station or ambulance garage

SB139

Subjects all state tax credits to appropriation

HB360

Allows a retiree of the Missouri Local Government Employees' Retirement System to have health insurance or long-term care insurance premiums deducted from his or her retirement allowance

SB247

Modifies the elementary and secondary education funding formula

SJR17

Modifies the selection process for certain judgeships and the composition of judicial nominating commissions

HB858

Prohibits large water users from transporting water withdrawn or diverted from the Southeast Missouri Regional Water District to a location outside the district if it interferes with another major user

SB302

Subjects 383 malpractice associations to stricter insurance regulations

SB54

Creates the Amy Hestir Student Protection Act and establishes the Task Force on the Prevention of Sexual Abuse of Children

SB181

Reinstates the Motorist Insurance Identification Database program which expired on June 30, 2007

HB272

Increases the number of members on the MO HealthNet Oversight Committee from 18 to 19 by adding a licensed or registered nurse who cares for participants in the MO HealthNet Program

HB788

Changes the laws regarding workers' compensation and the Second Injury Fund

HB622

Establishes the Solar Water Heating System Incentive Program which provides financial incentives for the purchase and installation of solar water heating systems in private residences

HB337

Prohibits all drivers, regardless of age, from text messaging while operating a moving vehicle unless the device being used is equipped with technology allowing for voice-recognition hands-free texting

HB767

Allows the Department of Revenue and the Office of Administration to jointly enter into a reciprocal agreement with the United States government or any other state for the collection and offset of debts

HJR22

Proposes a constitutional amendment reauthorizing the Department of Conservation sales and use tax until an election in 2022 or at a special election called by the Governor and every 10 years thereafter

HB710

Changes the laws regarding a dissolution petition for a community improvement district

SB119

Assigns certain characteristics to the treatment of conservation easements under the law

HB340

Allows counties of any classification to erect and maintain a jail or holding cell facility at a site other than the county seat and changes the laws regarding the circuit court in Cape Girardeau County

HB93

Prohibits all drivers, regardless of age, from text messaging while operating a moving motor vehicle on any highway in this state

HB655

Designates a portion of U. S. Highway 160 in Greene County as the "Rabbi Ernest I. Jacob Memorial Highway" and repeals the designation of "Rabbi Abrham Joshua Heschel Memorial Highway" in Greene County

HB205

Changes the laws regarding unlawful discriminatory employment practices as they relate to the Missouri Human Rights Law and establishes the Whistleblower Protection Act

SB23

Allows the City of St. Louis to control its police force without state intervention

HCR18

Disapproves the salary recommendations of the Citizen's Commission on Compensation for Elected Officials

SB375

Modifies provisions of the master settlement agreement regarding the refund of escrow payments

HB985

Revises the laws restricting the residency of a sexual offender

HR16

Grants use of the House Chamber for presentation of Glory Awards on Friday, April 1, 2010, from 10:00 am to 2:00 pm

HB593

Requires each voter to affix the proper postage before returning an absentee ballot by mail

HB439

Allows an individual to have an outside the hospital do-not-resuscitate order documented with a symbol placed on his or her driver's license to indicate the existence of the order

SB230

Modifies provisions pertaining to natural resources

HB317

Prohibits all drivers, regardless of age, from text messaging while operating a moving motor vehicle on any highway in this state and prohibits anyone from being stopped solely to determine compliance

HB747

Changes the laws regarding the renewable energy standards enacted by Proposition C in 2008

HR787

Grants use of the House Chamber for presentation of Glory Awards on Thursday, March 31, 2011, upon adjournment

HB252

Establishes the Business Premises Safety Act

HB602

Changes the laws regarding the lapse of a school district when it has been unaccredited by the State Board of Education for two successive school years

HB878

Changes the laws regarding the filing of an emergency rule by the Board of Trustees of the Missouri Consolidated Health Care Plan

SB322

Extends the sunsets on certain provider taxes to 2016 and on the Missouri RX plan to 2015

SB288

Creates a state and local sales and use tax exemption for all fees paid to any place of amusement, entertainment, or recreation

HB481

Requires vehicles to yield the right-of-way to all pedestrians and bicyclists crossing a city or neighborhood street in Kansas City in an appropriate crosswalk

SB74

Requires drug testing for work-eligible TANF applicants and recipients based upon reasonable cause

SB267

Requires hospitals to annually administer, or make available to be administered, immunizations against the influenza virus to certain hospital employees

HB194

Authorizes Cass County to establish a county municipal court

HB897

Changes the laws regarding high-risk or alternative charter schools

SJR5

Proposes a constitutional amendment replacing the Highways and Transportation Commission with a Director of Transportation

HJR14

Proposes a constitutional amendment changing the laws regarding elections by authorizing provisions relating to advance voting, voter identification, and absentee voting

SCR6

Urges the U.S. Department of Agriculture to quickly deregulate genetically-engineered alfalfa without conditions

HB751

Establishes the Clinical Laboratory Science Practice Act

SB158

Extends the expiration date to December 31, 2015, for certain clean water public notice requirements and clean water permit fees charged by the Department of Natural Resources

HB301

Changes the laws regarding midwifery

HB614

Prohibits a higher education institution from charging a Missouri resident who is a full-time student a tuition rate that exceeds the amount charged when the student first enrolled for the next five years

HB244

Changes the composition of the University of Missouri Board of Curators

HB497

Authorizes any city, town, or village in Lincoln County to annex areas along a road or highway for up to two miles from its existing boundaries

SB62

Modifies provisions relating to health care providers

SB334

Requires MO HealthNet managed care organizations to provide to the MO HealthNet Division all utilization, access, and spending data for the cost of care per covered participant

SJR21

Proposes a constitutional amendment to put a question on the ballot in the City of St. Louis regarding the city’s governance

HB881

Establishes the Missouri Radon Certification Program to certify and register providers of radon services

HB478

Prohibits state departments from contracting with or providing money to any entity that has been found guilty of or pled guilty to violating any election, tax, or immigration law of this state

SB271

Modifies provisions of the Police Retirement System of Kansas City and the Civilian Employees' Retirement System of the Police Department of Kansas City

HB182

Designates the first Friday in March as "Dress in Blue for Colon Cancer Awareness Day"

HB85

Authorizes an income tax credit for taxpayers who use processed biomass engineered fiber fuel

HB356

Expands the crime of making a false declaration with the purpose to mislead a public servant in the performance of his or her duty

HB706

Specifies that any owner or operator of pipelines transporting petroleum or natural gas who fails to maintain an easement for a period of 10 years will be deemed to have abandoned the easement

HB213

Specifies that no abortion of a viable, unborn child can be performed or induced except in certain specified situations

HB643

Changes the laws regarding criminal nonsupport and allows for expungement of a person's record under certain conditions

HB993

Specifies that Jefferson County cannot adopt any charter provision or any order or ordinance that prohibits the county from contracting out the county's probation services with a private entity

HB839

Establishes the Capital Green Program to provide funding to the state for energy efficiency improvements to certain state buildings and for geothermal, wind, and solar energy resources

SB363

Modifies provisions relating to crime

SB35

Modifies provisions relating to child support when there is equal parenting time

SB226

Modifies provisions relating to emergency services

HB585

Changes the laws regarding actions against a person for conduct or speech at a public hearing or meeting

HB268

Prohibits any person or business from engaging in blasting, excavating, or mining within one mile of a business or residential area

HB792

Authorizes the State Highway Patrol to sell surplus watercraft, watercraft motors, and trailers as well as vehicles

HB638

Replaces the Motorist Insurance Identification Database Act with the Insured Vehicle Identification Network Act to track insured motorists, identify uninsured motorists, and maintain a statewide database

HB11

Appropriates money for the expenses, grants, and distributions of the Department of Social Services

SB174

Modifies provisions relating to political subdivisions

HB287

Changes the laws regarding health care professional identification badges to include the employee's name, title, recent photograph, and the name of the health care facility or organization

HJR38

Proposes a constitutional amendment allowing the General Assembly to provide financial assistance to students to pay for elementary and secondary education at any accredited school they select

HB454

Specifies that any person who gratuitously and in good faith renders any service to another individual cannot be civilly or criminally liable for any act or omission with certain specified exceptions

HR3

Notifies the Senate that the House is in session

HB907

Authorizes the school board of the Columbia Public School District to impose, upon voter approval, an additional annual real property tax to fund ealy childhood education programs

HB842

Designates the exercise commonly known as "jumping jacks" as the official state exercise

HB511

Establishes the Every Child Can Learn Act which requires all St. Louis City public schools to use a response-to-intervention tiered approach to reading instruction for certain struggling students

SB318

Requires voter registration application forms to be distributed from Conservation offices and permit vendors authorized to issue resident hunting and fishing permits

HB141

Renames the Heroes Way Interstate Interchange Designation Program to the Heroes Way Interchange Designation Program and expands the program to include state-numbered highway interchanges

HB46

Changes the laws regarding fire sprinkler system installations

HB395

Creates the crime of operating a motorized vessel with excessive blood alcohol content when a person operates a motorized vessel on any navigable waterway with a blood alcohol content of .08 of 1% or more

HB1007

Removes the provisions which require non-merit state agencies to adopt dismissal procedures similar to those for merit employees

SB123

Allows foreign language immersion charter schools to enroll four-year-old children

HB680

Requires a checklist form to be completed prior to finalizing an adoption which verifies that all documents and procedures have been submitted, followed, and reviewed by the judge

HB950

Requires a health insurer to reimburse any entity or group that is supervised by a licensed psychologist for providing applied behavior analysis services to children with autism specturm disorders

HB403

Authorizes a landlord to bring an action to remove a tenant without being represented by an attorney and to file a claim in small claims court for the ejectment of a tenant to obtain possession of a premises

SB19

Phases-out the corporate franchise tax over a five year period

HCR22

Strongly urges the federal Department of Homeland Security and Congress to increase the level of enforcement of illegal immigration, especially the hiring of unauthorized workers

HB116

Changes the laws regarding the collection of money owed to the state and authorizes an amnesty from the assessment or payment of the penalties, taxes, and interest on certain unpaid tax delinquencies

HB546

Requires the Missouri Housing Development Commission's executive director or chief executive officer to reside within 40 miles of Jefferson City

HB815

Requires each county to publish a financial statement that includes detailed compensation information, all extra duty compensation, employee benefits, and the county budget

SR65

Employee Compensation

HB229

Changes the laws regarding the Public School Retirement System of Kansas City

SB420

Modifies the operation and maintenance of the second injury fund

HB679

Allows a school district to transfer unrestricted funds from the capital projects fund to the incidental fund under certain conditions

HB383

Changes the laws regarding assault and tampering crimes against public workers and judicial officers

HB50

Eliminates the tax on a one-time early distribution from certain annuities or retirement plans when the distribution does not exceed 20% of the total balance of the account

HB696

Changes the laws regarding contracts for public or private construction work

SB135

Modifies provisions pertaining to environmental protection

HB1011

Requires the Department of Conservation to establish areas across the state to be designated as six-month hunting seasons for certain animals

HB415

Designates a portion of U. S. Highway 67 in Butler County as the "Missouri State Highway Patrol Sergeant David May Memorial Highway"

HB946

Changes the laws regarding grain dealers and grain warehouses

HB803

Removes the provision allowing the Board of Probation and Parole to charge an offender an intervention fee as a condition of parole

HB550

Changes the laws regarding notice of liens on motor vehicles, trailers, watercraft, and manufactured homes

SB359

Allows electric companies to recover costs from ratepayers associated with early site development for certain electrical generation facilities

HB100

Affirms the right of Missouri citizens to raise livestock in a humane manner without the state imposing an undue burden on their owners

HCR34

Urges the United States Forest Service to amend or rescind the Travel Management Rule which restricts motor vehicle access in Mark Twain National Forest

HB784

Prohibits the disclosure of personal information contained in motor vehicle and driver registration records regarding any state or federal judge or drug court commissioner or his or her family members

SB162

Modifies provisions pertaining to agriculture

HB291

Requires window stickers to show current motor vehicle registration instead of license plate tabs

HB911

Authorizes a check-off box for the Missouri Veterans' Medical Research Trust Fund to be added to the individual and corporate income tax forms and allows for a separate donation to be sent in with the taxes

HB442

Gives a bidding preference in a state contract for products and services manufactured, produced, or assembled by certain veteran-owned businesses headquartered in Missouri

SB58

Modifies various provisions relating to the regulation of transportation

HB157

Prohibits municipal employment contracts from exceeding two years and specifies that, upon resignation or termination of a contract, no employee can receive a payout of more than six months' pay

HB507

Specifies that health plans providing services for conditions within the scope of practice of athletic trainers may not deny reimbursement to a licensed athletic trainer if reimbursable to another provider

HB854

Requires the Department of Revenue to establish a database of emergency contact persons for an individual who is issued a driver's license, instruction permit, or identification card

HR696

Grants the Leadership Columbia program use of the House Chamber on Tuesday, March 22, 2011, from 2 p.m. to 3 p.m.

HB656

Changes the laws regarding unsecured loans of $500 or less, commonly known as payday loans

HB206

Specifies that a business entity or employer who knowingly hires an illegal immigrant to perform work within the state will be subject to a $50,000 fine in addition to any other penalty provided by law

HB713

Requires the driver and all passengers in a car or truck to wear a safety belt with certain exceptions

HB90

Prohibits a political subdivision from adopting an ordinance, rule, or code that would require mandatory installation of a sprinkler system in new residential construction

HB343

Increases the excise tax on cigarettes of 17 cents per pack of 20 cigarettes by 12.5 cents per pack per year for eight years until the excise tax on cigarettes reaches $1.17 per pack

SB399

Modifies provisions relating to the crime of failure to return leased or rented property

HB590

Specifies that the common law doctrine of adverse possession cannot apply in the state of Missouri and repeals certain provisions regarding the statute of limitations for an adverse possession action

SB233

Requries health carriers to reimburse licensed athletic trainers in the same manner as other providers are reimbursed

HB969

Changes the laws regarding the establishment of a law enforcement district under the Missouri Law Enforcement District Act

HB986

Establishes the Missouri Employment Work Pass Program to assist unemployed persons in obtaining employment and to encourage small businesses to hire unemployed persons

SB20

Modifies the compulsory attendance age for the St. Louis City School District so that students must attend school from five years of age to eighteen years of age

SB376

Modifies laws relating to the provision of natural gas utility service

HB251

Specifies that tax credits for qualified film production projects will expire December 31, 2011

HB601

Exempts the sale of feed for captive wildlife from state and local sales and use taxes

HB28

Establishes the Abortion-inducing Drugs Safety Act which prohibits a non-physician from prescribing an abortion-inducing drug and specifies that a pharmacy cannot be required to be connected with the drug

HB314

Repeals a school district's authority to set policies that allow the use of tobacco products in certain school areas and prohibits smoking and use of tobacco products on all school property and school buses

HB744

Changes the two-year reassessment cycle for real property from every other year to every six years beginning January 1, 2012, and ending on or before December 31, 2016

HB894

Changes the laws regarding midwifery

SB264

Establishes new congressional districts

HB197

Requires the Department of Health and Senior Services to post on its web site resources relating to umbilical cord blood

SB98

Prohibits agreements between health carriers and health care providers from containing Most Favored Nation Clauses

HB528

Requires a health care provider to provide medical records within 15 business days of a request

SB321

Allows electric companies to recover costs from ratepayers associated with early site development for certain electrical generation facilities

HB178

Authorizes the expungement of certain criminal records

HB482

Requires certain health spas and fitness facilities to have at least one automated external defibrillator and an employee on staff during hours of operation properly trained in cardiopulmonary resuscitation

SB77

Expands the types of directional signs which may be erected within highway right-of-ways and creates numerous memorial highway designations

HB617

Requires any school district designated as unaccredited or provisionally accredited to meet certain attendance requirements

HB247

Creates the crime of false identification to a law enforcement officer

SCR5

Ratifies the Equal Rights Amendment to the United States Constitution

HB752

Changes the laws regarding the compulsory school attendance of certain students

HB302

Authorizes the Director of the Department of Corrections to establish, as a three-year pilot program, a mental health assessment process

SJR6

Proposes a constitutional amendment to require the St. Louis Board of Freeholders to meet monthly and authorizes the people of St. Louis City and County to modify the Missouri Constitution regarding the Board

HJR17

Proposes a constitutional amendment establishing the Freedom in Agriculture Act which guarantees the right of Missourians to grow crops, hunt and fish wildlife, and raise animals in a humane manner

SB272

Prohibits a state agency from requesting an additional appropriation of state moneys to satisfy an award of attorney fees and other expenses

HB181

Increases the excise tax on cigarettes from 17 cents to 33 cents per pack of 20 cigarettes to be deposited, less a 3% collection fee, into the General Revenue Fund

HB928

Allows Greene County, upon approval by the county commission, to charge an additional $5 surcharge to any party filing a civil case

HB882

Creates the crime of practicing medicine while intoxicated

SJR22

Provides that a member of the General Assembly shall vacate his or her office if such member leaves the state during a legislative session for the purpose of avoiding any official duty or vote

HB494

Allows the Governor, with the advice and consent of the Senate, to appoint a student to the University of Missouri Board of Curators who will have full voting rights

SB61

Enacts various provisions relating to local government

SB337

Modifies provisions pertaining to agriculture

HB210

Changes the laws regarding the board of directors of public water supply districts

SB419

Modifies the law currently prohibiting Kansas City police officers from participating in some political activities

HB640

Creates the class four election offense of electioneering which involves the refusal, upon the request of any person, to remove certain political materials inside or with 250 feet of a polling place

HB69

Allows for a special license plate for a member of the International Conference of Police Chaplains who has completed the requirements for basic certification as a police chaplain

HB1028

Requires the Department of Economic Development to establish the Compete Missouri Training Program

HB355

Requires every applicant for a motorcycle license or endorsement to show proof that he or she has successfully completed an approved motorcycle training course

HB86

Authorizes corporations or unincorporated associations to be represented in small claims court by their president or vice-president for any claim of $500 or less for certain actions to remove a tenant

HB705

Changes the laws regarding the Missouri low-income housing tax credit

SB225

Provides for nonpartisan elections of judicial candidates and forbids certain judges and candidates from engaging in political activities

HB586

Requires the Department of Mental Health to develop a continuing professional education curriculum on eating disorders

HB569

Requires a prepaid wireless service supplier to collect a 50-cent monthly fee from its customers for 911 emergency communications service

SB360

Modifies provisions relating to rural community development

HB139

Requires the Office of Administration to maintain public school and county and municipal government accountability information and the Governor's travel information on the Missouri Accountability Portal

SB36

Allows employees of certain employers to take a leave of absence for civil air patrol emergency service duty or counter narcotics missions

HB990

Adds automotive lubricants to the list of petroleum products regulated by the Department of Agriculture

SB177

Modifies provisions relating to public health policies

HB284

Changes the type of cooler, from expanded polypropylene to expanded polystyrene, that a person is not allowed to possess on or within 50 feet of any river except for certain specified rivers and areas

SB198

Repeals the estate tax

HR1705

Grants the Silver Haired Legislature use of the House Chamber on Tuesday, September 20, 2011, from 8 am to 4 pm and Wednesday, September 21, 2011, from 8 am to noon

HB791

Changes the laws regarding DNA profiling analysis

HB12

Appropriates money for the expenses, grants, refunds, and distributions of statewide elected officials, the Judiciary, Office of the State Public Defender, and General Assembly

SR27

Urges Attorney General Koster to challenge the federal health reform act by joining the other attorneys general in the lawsuit, file an independent lawsuit or join Lt. Governor Kinder's lawsuit

HB8

Appropriates money for the expenses, grants, refunds, and distributions of the Department of Public Safety

HB512

Creates the crime of unlawfully intercepting computer and electronic communication device information

HB142

Changes the laws regarding political subdivisions

HB841

Allows any person with a valid concealed carry endorsement to openly carry firearms on or about his or her person or in a vehicle regardless of any other state law or local ordinance

HB904

Removes the requirement that the Department of Agriculture publish the list of all livestock brands in a book format and requires that information to be made available on a public web site

HB457

Specifies that certain provisions regarding the distribution of a controlled substance were enacted to create a safe zone around certain areas and serve as an enhancement of the punishment

HB729

Requires a scrap metal dealer purchasing catalytic converters or a person refining platinum from catalytic converters to keep a record of each purchase and restricts the number that they can buy per day

SB120

Modifies various provisions relating to billboards

HB379

Changes the laws regarding the use of paper ballot cards at elections

HB683

Changes the laws regarding the Safe Place for Newborns Act by increasing the number of days that a parent can relinquish physical custody of a newborn without being prosecuted

HB1004

Repeals several obsolete provisions regarding education

HB396

Removes the provision specifying that the $4 surcharge assessed in certain criminal cases will not be collected from any person who has pled guilty and paid a fine through the central violations bureau

HB45

Changes the laws regarding the Big Government Get Off My Back Act which provides an income tax deduction for certain small businesses that create new full-time jobs

HB816

Requires all purchases made with Temporary Assistance for Needy Families benefits by a recipient in this state to be limited to in-state purchases only

HCR21

Designates May 2011 as "Colon Cancer Awareness Month" in Missouri

HB115

Specifies that the Department of Conservation will have ownership and title to all wild elk in Missouri and will be financially responsible for any damage caused by wild elk

HB545

Exempts the City of Riverside from the requirement that a member of the board of a tourism community enhancement district be a resident, own property, be employed, or operate a business within the district

HB400

Changes the laws regarding the imposition of a transient guest tax

SB209

Modifies telecommunications provisions relating to carrier of last resort obligations

HB953

Exempts the sale of any accessories and upgrades to farm machinery and equipment, freight charges on exempt items, and fabrication labor from the state and local sales and use taxes

HB1012

Requires the Secretary of State to annually air commercials and publish items in newspapers designed to educate the public on elected goverment and the democratic process

HB695

Allows the Division of School Improvement to ensure that each regional professional development center in the state provides professional development education assistance for fine arts

SB136

Prohibits hospitals from requiring physicians to agree to make patient referrals as a condition of receiving medical staff privileges

SB423

Modifies various provisions pertaining to the regulation and protection of natural resources

HB53

Prohibits any entity that is authorized to issue traffic tickets from using an automated speed enforcement system to enforce speeding violations except in a school, construction, or work zone

HB380

Allows an individual who is 62 years of age or older to defer paying property taxes on his or her residence under certain conditions by filing a claim with the county assessor

HB553

Establishes the Missouri Home Inspectors Professional Competency and Financial Responsibility Act

HB103

Allows the Department of Conservation, in collaboration with the Department of Natural Resources, to establish a program for good forestry management

HCR37

Recognition of every third week in June as Diabetic Peripheral Neuropathy Week

HR39

Calls on the Attorney General to file an independent lawsuit or join 20 state attorneys general in their lawsuit challenging the constitutionality of the federal health care reform legislation

HB800

Prohibits spanking from being used in a public school on any student with an individualized education plan who is receiving special education services

HB945

Adds a motor vehicle owned by a licensed funeral establishment and used exclusively for funeral services to the list of vehicles that are exempt from the motor carrier provisions of Chapter 390, RSMo

HB416

Authorizes certain public library districts to impose, upon voter approval, a sales tax of up to one-half of one cent for the operation and maintenance of the public libraries in the district

HB768

Prohibits the application of a foreign law in a contract if doing so would violate a right guaranteed under the Missouri Constitution or the United States Constitution

SB161

Modifies provisions relating to agriculture

HB292

Prohibits state certified and state licensed real estate appraisers from using a property's foreclosure price as a comparable property when developing an appraisal

HB338

Specifies that a telecommunications company may elect to be exempt from certain rules if giving written notice to the Missouri Public Service Commission

HB787

Changes the laws regarding early distributions from certain annuities or retirement plans, the Missouri Higher Education Saving Program, and residential mortgage loan brokers

HB857

Requires a person convicted of failing to pay a fare for the use of Bi-State Development Agency facilities to reimburse the reasonable costs attributable to the enforcement, investigation, and prosecution

SJR18

Amends the Constitution to require the development and sale of a veterans lottery ticket

HB154

Changes the laws regarding the Department of Corrections

HB504

Changes the laws regarding domestic violence and orders of protection

HB441

Extends the public notice requirements of the Clean Water Commission when listing any impaired waters and extends the commission's authority to charge specified fees related to water pollution control

SB248

Establishes the Proof of Concept Business Finance Program

HB912

Designates a portion of State Highway 30 in Jefferson County as the "SFC Wm. Brian Woods, Jr. Memorial Highway"

HR81

Grants the 4-H Citizenship Youth Forum use of the House Chamber on Friday, July 1, 2011, from 8:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m.

HB965

Adds automotive lubricants to the fuels that the Department of Agriculture is authorized to regulate

HB436

Allows Iron County by adoption of an order or ordinance to hold a nonpartisan election for the office of sheriff

SB395

Modifies provisions governing the regulation of the bail bond industry by the Department of Insurance

HB573

Requires every health carrier to file all of its health insurance premium rate information with the Department of Insurance, Financial Institutions and Professional Registration before applying the rate

HB123

Prohibits the sales tax on firearms or ammunition from being levied at a higher rate than for any sales tax or other excise tax charged on any sporting goods or equipment or any hunting equipment

HCR17

Urges the United States Congress to support a comprehensive plan for flood control on the Upper Mississippi River Basin

HB820

Changes the laws regarding commercial driver's licenses

SB403

Modifies provisions pertaining to the filing of appeals regarding decisions made by environmental commissions

HB73

Requires certain applicants for and recipients of Temporary Assistance for Needy Families Program benefits to be tested for illegal drug use and the benefit card to include a photo of the recipient or payee

SB116

Updates the Uniform Interstate Family Support Act

HB461

Prohibits an employer from using a job applicant's personal credit history as a hiring criteria except where the credit history is shown to be directly related to the position sought by the applicant

SB94

Provides loan assistance programs to businesses for energy efficiency improvements

SB268

Increases the statutory award amount for Alzheimer's disease research projects funded by the University of Missouri Board of Curators

HB932

Exempts any vehicle not registered in this state from the requirements regarding vision-reducing material or window tinting applied to a motor vehicle's windshield or window

HB898

Establishes the Council on Digital Inclusion

HB877

Requires an electric utility to accept electricity produced from a customer who operates an electric generating facility in the service area of the utility

SB287

Creates a liquor license for wine shops to allow them to serve alcohol on Sundays

HB174

Changes the composition of the Coordinating Board for Higher Education, the University of Missouri Board of Curators, and the Missouri State University Board of Governors

HCR40

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

HB524

Changes the laws regarding the regulation of bail bond agents

HB748

Specifies that a tenant of residential property who intentionally leaves without paying all current and past rent will be guilty of a class A misdemeanor

SB141

Prohibits the receipt of tax credits by campaign contributors

HB318

Requires health carriers to reimburse a physical therapist in the same amounts as paid to a licensed physicial therapitst for rendering the same services regardless of the setting or venue

HB924

Extends the issuance of job retention tax credits and authorizes economic incentives for job retention projects within high-risk metropolitan statistical areas

HB477

Changes the laws regarding complaints filed with the Missouri Commission on Human Rights and makes discrimination based upon a person's sexual orientation an unlawful discriminatory practice

SB82

Removes an expiration date of August 28, 2011 on state universities being able to convey land without authorization from the General Assembly and requires that such conveyances be done at fair market value

HB532

Prohibits a school from making up any missed day due to inclement weather by scheduling school on a public holiday

SB291

Modifies provisions relating to charter schools

HB162

Changes the laws regarding workers' compensation liability

HB498

Repeals the authority of certain constitutional charter cities to adopt and enforce regulations governing zoning, planning, subdividing, and building in certain areas

HB861

Revises the definition of "economic activity taxes" as it relates to a retail establishment that relocates within the same metropolitan area under the Real Property Tax Increment Allocation Redevelopment Act

HB32

Allows the State Registrar to issue a heritage birth certificate

SR178

Modifies the Senate Rules to allow for the use of laptop computers on the Senate floor

SB157

Changes the laws regarding child abuse

SCR9

Rescinds Missouri's 1983 call for a constitutional convention

HCR1

State of the State Wednesday, January 19, 2011, at 7:00p.m.

SB383

Modifies provisions of law authorizing a sales and use tax exemption for manufacturing

HB420

Requires all health insurance carriers or health benefit plans to provide coverage for the diagnosis and treatment of eating disorders

SB229

Requires insurer to provide coverage for eating disorders

HJR2

Proposes a constitutional amendment guaranteeing a citizen's right to pray and worship on public property and reaffirming a citizen's right to choose any or no religion

HB973

Authorizes a state sales and use tax exemption on all retail sales of any "Made in USA" product except motor vehicles for a seven-day period in July 2012 and July 2013

HB836

Requires the Division of Special Education to develop a program to provide ombudsman services to children and families regarding special education programs and services

HB135

Extends from no later than 10 years to no later than 20 years the time period in which bonds and other similar instruments which have been authorized to fund the Unemployment Compensation Fund must mature

HB565

Specifies that any person who makes a report of suspected child abuse to the proper authorities will be immune from civil and criminal liability

HB65

Requires the Department of Corrections to establish the Shock Time for Felony Probationers Program to give courts an alternative to imposing a sentence for nonviolent offenders who have violated their probation

SB415

Makes it a class C felony for a person on probation for a felony offense to knowingly possess a firearm

HB709

Removes the requirement that a municipality must hold an election in nonpartisan elections when there are the same number of candidates as open offices

SB100

Creates a tax credit for contributions to developmental disability care providers and modifies provisions of the residential treatment agency tax credit program

HB359

Establishes the Payday Loan Protection Act regarding unsecured loans of $500 or less, commonly known as payday loans

HB1024

Allows any drug court commissioner in the 12th Judicial Circuit to hear a civil or criminal case that would otherwise be assigned to an associate circuit judge in the circuit under certain situations

SB41

Requires, subject to appropriations, an expansion of the variety of kosher foods approved under the Women, Infants and Children (WIC) Special Supplemental Food Program

SB317

Exempts securities issued by agricultural cooperative corporations from state security registration requirements

SB252

Modifies provisions of the qualified research expense tax credit program

HB908

Prohibits the use of economic incentives to attract jobs from Kansas to Missouri if Kansas does likewise or requires Missouri to exceed Kansas's economic development funding in the metropolitan area

HB772

Allows Kansas City to assess additional court costs of up to $14 per case for each municipal ordinance violation

HB288

Allows the sheriff of any county to employ an attorney to aid and advise him or her in the discharge of the sheriff's duties and to represent him or her in court

HB322

Allows certain organizations who sell intoxicating liquor by the drink on the premises to obtain a special permit to remain open until 3:00 a.m. each day and to open on Sundays at 9:00 a.m.

HJR37

Proposes a constitutional amendment repealing legislative term limits

SB1

Bars employers from requiring employees to engage in or cease engaging in certain labor practices

HB4

Appropriates money for the expenses, grants, refunds, and distributions of the Department of Revenue and Department of Transportation

HB637

Changes the laws regarding the Missouri individual income tax

SB194

Allows Cass County to enact nuisance abatement ordinances

HB267

Establishes requirements for environmentally sustainable construction for certain state-funded buildings

HB549

Prohibits the use of global positioning systems or other technology to monitor the mileage traveled by any motor vehicle in order to impose any mileage tax

SB340

Modifies licensing requirements for funeral directors, embalmers, and funeral establishments and certain requirements for preneed funeral contracts

HB119

Changes the laws regarding rates charged by natural gas corporations and assistance for eligible households through the Utilicare Program

SB16

Prohibits political subdivisions from using automated photo red light enforcement systems to enforce red light violations

SB205

Creates an advance voting system for primary and general elections

HB1008

Allows the Highways and Transportation Commission to enter into infrastructure improvement agreements to reimburse funds advanced for the benefit of a county, political subdivision, or private entity

HB375

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

HB725

Prohibits certain persons who plead guilty to or have been found guilty of a felony violation of certain weapons offenses from receiving a suspended imposition of sentence

HB230

Changes the laws regarding the Missouri Uniform Trust Code

HB660

Allows certain cities to create, maintain, and make public a list of the names of individuals who have pled guilty to or been found guilty of patronizing prostitution

HB49

Designates the new Interstate 70 Mississippi River Bridge connecting downtown St. Louis and southwestern Illinois as the "Stan 'The Man' Musial Mississippi River Expressway Bridge"

SB356

Modifies provisions pertaining to agriculture

SB213

Modifies what information is required in a petition for guardianship for a minor or an incapacitated person, adopts the Uniform Adult Guardianship and Protective Proceedings Jurisdiction Act and modifies procedures for ordering autopsies

HB949

Increases from five to seven or nine the number of members on a city economic development tax board

HB733

Allows certain inmates who become physically or mentally disabled, infirm, incompetent, or incapacitated to be released on parole if they are eligible for specified federal medical or financial benefits

HB363

Designates a portion of Interstate 44 in the City of St. Louis as the "Officer David Haynes Memorial Highway"

HB699

Allows an individual at a general election to vote a straight party line ticket by voting for all candidates of the same political party with a single punch or mark

HB676

Prohibits a health carrier from denying coverage for a refill of prescription eye drops under certain conditions

HB226

Removes the 10-year limitation that an outstanding obligation under a financial agreement between the Board of Unemployment Fund Financing and a lender can continue

HB508

Requires the development of caseload standards by the departments of Health and Senior Services and Mental Health

SB301

Creates the Missouri Homeowners Mutual Insurance Company for the purpose of providing homeowners insurance coverage

HB158

Adds an action for injurious falsehood to the two-year statute of limitations

SB57

Requires courts to transfer certain cases upon the request of the public administrator and specifies that certain political subdivision associations are not required to solicit competitive bids when procuring risk coverages

SJR14

Allows the Department of Revenue to receive its actual costs in collecting highway-related taxes and fees unbridled by the current 3 percent constitutional cap

HR527

Grants use of the House Chamber and Rotunda area for presentation of Glory Awards on Monday, April 11, 2011, from 11:30 am to 2 pm

SB244

Revises provisions relating to the renamed Missouri Brain Injury Advisory Council

HJR21

Proposes a constitutional amendment changing the laws regarding the repeal or modification of a statutory provision of a referendum passed by voters

HB334

Requires the development and implementation of an interscholastic athletic head injury safety training program by the 2012-2013 school year

HB764

Requires the State Board of Education to limit a student's participation in and practice for extracurricular activities to during the school day and week to the extent possible

SB182

Expands the amount of employees and functions of the small business regulatory fairness board

HB271

Lowers the age at which a person can obtain a concealed carry endorsement from 23 to 21 years of age

HB621

Requires a student wanting to drop out of high school to attend a dropout prevention seminar

HJR20

Proposes a constitutional amendment changing the laws regarding the repeal or modification of a statutory provision of a referendum passed by voters

HB335

Allows, upon voter approval, a political subdivision to replace any personal property taxes levied for funding the political subdivision with a revenue-neutral increase in local sales or real property taxes

HB765

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 1,073

HB270

Changes the laws regarding health insurance benefits for state employees

SB183

Modifies current law regarding certain prohibited uses of social security numbers to include the partial use of social security numbers

HB620

Changes the laws regarding controlled substances as they relate to industrial hemp

HB509

Specifies that certain felons must be eligible for food stamp program benefits

SB300

Allows the use of centerfire handguns during the muzzleloader portion of firearms deer season

HB159

Allows for house arrest with electronic monitoring or shackling for certain nonviolent offenders and requires the state to provide reimbursement for the total cost of house arrest in certain cases

SB56

Requires the Department of Mental Health to develop a transition plan for services of residents of state developmental disabilities facilities to the most appropriate setting

SJR15

Prohibits Missouri state government from recognizing, enforcing, or acting in furtherance of certain actions of the federal government

SB245

Provides that physician services currently covered under MO HealthNet include services provided by chiropractors in accordance with the chiropractic practice act

HB732

Establishes the Prescription Drug Monitoring Program Act and changes the laws regarding professions and businesses regulated by the Division of Professional Registration

HB362

Establishes Bryce's Law which authorizes a tax credit for a person donating to a scholarship-granting organization for special needs students if it is not claimed on his or her federal income tax return

HB698

Changes the laws regarding the classification of marijuana as a controlled substance and allows its use for medicinal purposes under certain conditions

HB677

Removes the June 30, 2012 expiration date of the provisions requiring every child enrolling in kindergarten or first grade in a public school to receive one comprehensive vision examination

HB227

Specifies that the Missouri Supreme Court child support guidelines must require income documentation and changes the provisions regarding child support when the parents have joint physical custody

SB357

Classifies hydroelectric power generating equipment as tangible personal property for property tax purpose

SB212

Requires the department of transportation to establish minimal yellow light change interval times for traffic-control devices

HB948

Creates the crimes of abuse of the Internet, criminal defamation, and failure to comply with a search warrant seeking computer-related identifying information

HR571

Grants the Jefferson City Downtown Rotary Club use of the House Chamber on Monday, March 21, 2011, from 8:30 am to noon

HB1009

Prohibits any department or political subdivision of the state from contracting any liability of the state in excess of $1 million in any one-year period without the consent of the General Assembly

HB374

Establishes the Missouri False Claims Act

HB724

Specifies that a person commits the crime of unlawful use of weapons if he or she knowingly possesses a firearm while also in possession of a specified amount of a controlled substance

HB231

Requires the Department of Higher Education to make available a nonrenewable advanced placement grant of $500 to certain recipients of financial aid under the A+ Schools or Access Missouri programs

HB661

Changes the laws regarding debt adjusters

HB48

Exempts motor fuel used to operate school buses transporting students for educational purposes from the motor fuel tax and requires the establishment of a uniform and simplified rule for all exemptions

HB548

Changes the laws regarding the compensatory time, vacation leave, and mass layoff notification of state employees

SB341

Modifies the use of the Capitol complex grounds by non-public entities

HB118

Requires local law enforcement agencies and other government agencies serving ex parte orders of protection to enter the data into the Missouri Uniform Law Enforcement System (MULES) within 24 hours

SB17

Requires the Department of Health and Senior Services to make available resources relating to umbilical cord blood

SB204

Reauthorizes the pregnancy resource center tax credit

HB773

Changes the laws regarding the regulation of surplus lines insurance to comply with the federal Nonadmitted and Reinsurance Reform Act of 2010

HB289

Specifies that no person will be eligible to run or to be selected to fill a vacancy for the office of county sheriff unless he or she holds a valid peace officer license

HB323

Changes the laws regarding certain mortgage disclosures and requires any lender making a reverse mortgage loan to allow for the repayment of the loan after the death of the person who entered into the loan

HJR36

Proposes a constitutional amendment reducing the number of members of the House of Representatives from 163 to 99 beginning with the 98th General Assembly

HB5

Appropriates money for the expenses, grants, refunds, and distributions of the Office of Administration, Department of Transportation, and Department of Public Safety

HB636

Establishes the Compassionate Assistance for Rape Emergencies (CARE) Act which requires hospitals and health care facilities to provide emergency contraception to sexual assault victims

HB266

Changes the laws regarding weight limitations for vehicles hauling livestock or agricultural products on state highways

SB195

Requires driver's licenses and nondriver's licenses issued to persons who are not United States citizens to contain a notation that the holder of such license is not a citizen of the United States

SB40

Allows certain medical consultants who contract with the Department of Social Services and the Department of Mental Health to be covered by the State Legal Expense Fund

SB316

Creates a four day work week for state employees

SB253

Modifies provisions relating to summer school attendance

HB909

Changes the laws regarding a landowner's liability relating to an individual trespassing on the owner's land

HB64

Changes the laws regarding unclaimed and abandoned property

SB414

Allows the state auditor to audit any state or local public employees retirement system

HB708

Changes the laws regarding violations of the public policy of Missouri when decisions are based on foreign law or legal code

SB101

Creates requirements for contractors who perform home exterior and roof work

HB358

Changes the laws regarding the Police Retirement System of St. Louis

HB1025

Specifies that the circuit clerk in the 22nd Judicial Circuit must be appointed by a majority of the circuit and associate circuit judges of the circuit

SB382

Licenses clinical laboratory personnel

HB421

Requires the Department of Mental Health to develop a transition plan for services of a resident of a state developmental disabilities facility to the most appropriate living setting

SB228

Modifies the composition of the board of directors of the Kansas City School District

HB972

Allows private web site development companies to be awarded contracts to operate the Internet web sites of the Department of Economic Development

HJR3

Proposes a constitutional amendment affirming the right of persons to raise livestock in a humane manner without the state imposing an undue economic burden on their owners

HB837

Requires all inmates receiving on-site medical examination or treatment from correctional center personnel to be charged 50 cents per visit

HB134

Specifies that the practice of cosmetology cannot include hair braiding and prohibits any person from engaging in hair braiding without being registered with the state and paying a fee

HB564

Authorizes a sales and use tax exemption for machinery, equipment, and computers used by certain data center and server farm facilities and establishes the Missouri Advantage Act

HB33

Requires a motor vehicle driver, when overtaking a bicycle, to pass safety at a distance of not less than three feet

SR179

Modifies the Senate Rules to prohibit the consideration of a conference committee substitute until members have had a copy for at least one legislative day

SB156

Provides that suspended sentences may not be granted in statutory rape and sodomy cases

SCR8

Urges Congress to support a plan for the Upper Mississippi River Basin that provides flood-control without adverse impacts on existing levees and communities

HB925

Prohibits a municipality from restricting breast-feeding of a child or expressing breast milk, excludes the conduct from any sexual offense, and excuses a nursing mother from jury duty upon request

SB83

Allows for the sale of deficiency waiver addendums and other similar products with respect to certain loan transactions

HB476

Establishes the Students First Interscholastic Athletics Act which requires every high school age student to have the opportunity to participate in interscholastic athletics

HB533

Changes the laws regarding taxation

HB163

Changes the laws regarding unemployment compensation and makes Missouri eligible to receive extended federal unemployment benefit funds

SB290

Modifies the law that limits indemnity agreements in construction work contracts

HB499

Adds certain licensed professional counselors to the list of persons who can report anyone diagnosed or assessed with a condition that may prevent the safe operation of a motor vehicle

HB860

Changes the laws regarding intoxication-related traffic offenses in order for Missouri to comply with federal law for the purpose of receiving transportation funding

SR10

Changes composition of Senate Standing Committees

HB749

Designates April as "Child Abuse Prevention Month" and designates the "blue ribbon" as the official state symbol for child abuse prevention

SB140

Repeals provisions of the Missouri property tax credit which allow renters to receive the property tax credit for rent constituting taxes paid

HB319

Changes the laws regarding contracts for public construction projects which are funded in any amount with public funds

SB95

Modifies the Puppy Mill Cruelty Prevention Act

HB460

Changes the laws regarding bullying in schools

SB269

Modifies provisions relating to the formation and auditing of joint municipal utility commissions

HB933

Requires certain food or food products sold or offered for sale as kosher or kosher for Passover to have a label or symbol affixed to it identifying the person, agency, or entity that certified the product

HB899

Changes the laws regarding the state's health care utilization review process to comply with federal laws and regulations

HB876

Revises the definition of "construction" as it relates to prevailing wages on public works projects and abrogates the ruling in Utility Service Co., Inc. v. the Department of Labor and Industrial Relations

HCR41

Encourages every school district in Missouri to promote and include trap shooting as a high school sport

HB175

Increases from $14,300 to $16,000 the minimum base used to calculate the senior citizens property tax credit, commonly known as circuit breaker

SB286

Creates the Amy Hestir Student Protection Act and establishes the Task Force on the Prevention of Sexual Abuse of Children

HB525

Establishes requirements regarding certain contracts reinsuring life or health insurance policies or annuities which are covered under the Insurers Supervision, Rehabilitation and Liquidation Act

SB402

Requires window stickers to show current motor vehicle registration instead of license plate tabs

HB72

Prohibits statewide elected officials or members of the General Assembly elected for their first term in office on or after November 2, 2010, from acting, serving, or registering as a lobbyist

SB117

Modifies provisions of law regarding the collection of taxes

HB964

Changes the laws regarding school district annexation petitions

HB437

Allows each representative and senator to employ one legislator assistant, instead of one stenographer or secretary, during any session of a general assembly

SB394

Modifies the human trafficking provisions

HB572

Adds bath salts to the list of Schedule I controlled substances

HCR16

Urges the President of the United States and Congress to lift tariffs on die cast magnesium alloys to prevent die cast companies from going out of business

HB122

Requires a person conducting a home inspection to be licensed by the Division of Professional Registration within the Department of Insurance, Financial Institutions and Professional Registration

HB821

Changes the laws regarding the electronic transmission of prescriptions and pharmacy benefit managers

HB856

Changes the laws regarding initiative and referendum petitions

SJR19

Makes St. Louis city a part of St. Louis county

HB155

Requires a coroner to notify the prosecuting attorney of the proper county instead of an associate circuit judge when he or she completes an inquisition regarding a death by a felonious act

HB505

Changes the laws regarding domestic violence and orders of protection

HB440

Requires a child younger than eight years of age to wear a personal flotation device when on a watercraft and when wading or swimming in public water deeper than three feet

SB249

Creates the "Political Subdivision Construction Bidding Standards Act"

HB913

Changes the laws regarding the crimes of trafficking drugs in the first and second degree

HB769

Requires any contractor who engages in the installation or service of fire sprinkler systems to register with the State Fire Marshal

HB293

Removes the provision which specifies that "health spa" does not include certain bona fide nonprofit organizations and prohibits certain health spa contracts from being for more than 12 months

SB160

Allows any winery, distiller, manufacturer, wholesaler, or brewer to provide liquor samples on certain licensed retail premises for tasting purposes

HB339

Changes the laws regarding telecommunications as they relate to the carrier of last resort obligations

HB786

Gives preference in the awarding of a fee office contract to a tax exempt organization whose primary administrative office is in the same county or legislative district as the fee office

HB552

Requires the State Board of Pharmacy to establish rules governing the standard of care for pharmacies dispensing blood clotting therapies

HCR36

Urges the State of Missouri to recognize the yellow with three stripes heritage and freedom flag as the official flag of the Vietnamese-American community

HB102

Reauthorizes the provisions regarding the Missouri Homestead Preservation Act until December 31, 2016

HR38

Rules of the House of Representatives for the 96th General Assembly

HB801

Establishes the Uniform Planned Community Act which specifies the requirements for creating, governing, managing, and terminating planned community developments

HB944

Lowers the required age for a person to be eligible for a senior citizens property tax credit, commonly known as circuit breaker

HB417

Allows any person having a parent/child relationship with a minor child who is not the biological or legal parent to petition the court for custody and visitation rights

HB1013

Requires any food or food product sold in Missouri which contains a hormone growth substance or any product or by-product of any genetically manipulated material to be labeled with that information

HB694

Repeals a provision requiring a presidential primary to be held in February in any year a presidential election is held and sets the primary to be held in June

SB137

Modifies provisions relating to health care professional identification badges

SB422

Modifies the state's renewable energy standard

HB52

Requires the Department of Revenue to establish the necessary rules to implement the compliance provisions of the multistate Streamlined Sales and Use Tax Agreement

HB381

Allows any political subdivision to conduct ranked-choice voting in certain elections

HB817

Requires all purchases made with Temporary Assistance for Needy Families benefits by a recipient in this state to be limited to in-state purchases only

HB114

Requires only persons younger than 21 years of age to wear protective headgear when operating or riding as a passenger on any motorcycle or motortricycle

HCR20

Designates April 2011 as "Donate Life Month" in Missouri

HB544

Changes the laws regarding criminal background checks of personal care attendants, long-term care providers, and long-term care workers

HB401

Changes the laws regarding unclaimed property

SB208

Removes any requirement that a telecommunications company must file tariffs and exempts compliance with certain state regulations when federal regulations exist

HB952

Allows certain municipalities to cancel nonpartisan elections when there are the same number of candidates as open offices

HB728

Prohibits the manufacture, sale, or distribution of certain products and containers having certain levels of bisphenol-A

SB121

Specifies how duty-related death benefits are funded for the Missouri Local Government Employees' Retirement System

HB378

Revises the definition of "public governmental body" as it relates to the Open Meetings and Records Law, commonly known as the Sunshine Law, to include certain public officials and state employees

HB682

Increases the maximum annual grant amount that the University of Missouri Board of Curators can award for a research project on Alzheimer's disease and related disorders

HB1005

Changes the laws regarding education

HB397

Changes the laws regarding failure to timely pay a sales representative his or her earned sales commissions

HB44

Requires the Revisor of Statutes to make all copies of laws, resolutions, and constitutional measures available electronically to the public and eliminates the printing of certain state documents

HB513

Adds an individual with mental disabilities to the list of people who must be afforded the same rights as those without disablities in public places and the right to be accompanied by a service dog

HB143

Changes the laws regarding hotline calls reporting suspected child abuse and neglect to the Children's Division within the Department of Social Services

HB840

Establishes the Aerotropolis Trade Incentive and Tax Credit Act to encourage foreign trade by authorizing the St. Louis City Mayor or the executive officer of certain counties to designate a gateway zone

HB905

Specifies that certain expenses for the rehabilitation of an historic structure incurred prior to the approval of a historic structures rehabilitation tax credit may be deemed qualified expenses

HB456

Adds a law enforcement officer of a fourth class city to the list of officers who are authorized to arrest and hold in custody any person of whom the officer is in fresh pursuit

HB285

Classifies certain sawmills and planing mills as agricultural and horticultural property instead of commercial property for property taxation purposes

SB176

Modifies Missouri's prevailing wage law

SB199

Modifies the state do-not-call list by allowing cell phone numbers on the list and banning certain automated calls

HB790

Prohibits any person who holds a permit issued by the Water Patrol Division to host specified activities on any waters of the state from knowingly violating any term of the permit

HB13

Appropriates money for real property leases and related services

HB9

Appropriates money for the expenses, grants, refunds, and distributions of the Department of Corrections

SB224

Allows the governing body of Macon County to grant tax relief to certain properties to alleviate blight

HB587

Changes the laws regarding the notice of the relocation of a child by the custodial parent

HB568

Establishes a peer review process for services provided by a licensed architect, landscape architect, professional land surveyor, or professional engineer

SB361

Modifies requirements for notifying tenants of foreclosures, authorizes certain damages for forcible entry, and requires certain damages for withholding security deposits

HB138

Establishes the School Construction Act which exempts the construction and maintenance work done for certain school districts from the prevailing wage rate requirement upon the school board's approval

SB37

Establishes the "Students First Interscholastic Activities Act" to allow each student of high school age the opportunity to seek to participate in interscholastic activities.

HB991

Changes the laws regarding mechanic's liens on residential real property

HB211

Prohibits the Department of Health and Senior Services from enforcing or enacting a rule or regulation relating to lead abatement that is stricter than those required by federal law

SB418

Establishes a paper ballot as the official ballot

HB641

Changes the laws regarding controlled substances

HB68

Prohibits a political subdivision from imposing a fine or penalty on the owner of a pay telephone on the owner's property for a call made to an emergency telephone service from the pay telephone

HB354

Exempts a qualified plug-in electric drive vehicle from the state's motor vehicle emissions inspection program

HB87

Provides an annual 2% pay increase in Fiscal Year 2013 through Fiscal Year 2015 for non-custodial employees in certain divisions of the Department of Corrections

HB704

Changes the laws regarding inadequate and deficient housing as it relates to landlord-tenant actions

HB180

Authorizes an election authority to establish a procedure allowing registered voters to provide an email address to receive information in conjunction with the conduct of elections

SB273

Modifies provision of the Firemen's Retirement System of St. Louis

HB929

Allows an economic development tax board to increase the number of members of the board

HB883

Requires certain specified crime scene photographs or video recordings to be considered closed records and not subject to disclosure under the Open Meetings and Records Law

SB60

Enacts various provisions relating to judicial procedures

HB495

Adds certain licensed emergency medical technicians to the list of individuals who can report anyone diagnosed or assessed with a condition that may prevent the safe operation of a motor vehicle

SB336

Modifies requirements pertaining to the control of noxious weeds

HB616

Authorizes a one-year tax credit of up to $1 per watt of energy produced to any industrial generator operating a new system producing an output between 25,000 and 100,000 kilowatts of renewable energy

HB246

Revises the definition of "dollar-value modifier" for school funding formula purposes by setting it at a value of 1.0 for all districts

HB753

Authorizes the Board of Regents of Southeast Missouri State University to convey university property located in the City of Cape Girardeau to the Cape Area Habitat for Humanity

SCR4

Requires the Board of Public Buildings to reassign rooms in the State Capitol to the General Assembly that are currently assigned to the Office of Administration

HB303

Changes the laws regarding members of the military, military spouses, and veterans

SJR7

Proposes a constitutional amendment to create term limits for all statewide elected officials

HJR16

Proposes a constitutional amendment changing the number of voter signatures that are required to place an initiative petition or a referendum on a ballot

HB895

Designates a portion of State Highway 25 in the counties of Dunklin and Stoddard as the "Representative Otto Bean Memorial Highway"

HB196

Extends the expiration date on the provisions regarding the Missouri Rx Plan from August 28, 2011, to August 28, 2016

SB265

Creates the Advanced Placement Incentive Grant

SB99

Modifies provisions relating to elementary and secondary education

HB529

Designates the new Interstate 70 Mississippi River Bridge connecting downtown St. Louis and southwestern Illinois as the "William Lacy 'Bill' Clay Sr. Mississippi River Expressway Bridge"

SB320

Modifies provisions relating to domestic violence

HB179

Raises the compulsory school attendance age to 18 in all school districts unless the student has successfully completed 16 credits towards high school graduation

SB76

Prohibits insurers from denying reimbursement for providing diagnostic imaging services based solely on the speciality or professional board certification of a licensed physician

HB483

Requires any entity performing or assisting in certain abortions or counseling a woman to have an abortion to file an annual report regarding moneys received under the federal Public Health Service Act

HB250

Changes the laws regarding water well regulations

HB600

Changes the laws regarding public safety

HB29

Establishes the Volunteer Health Services Act which allows a licensed health care provider to render volunteer professional health care services for a sponsoring organization

HB315

Changes the provisions of the Revised Statutes of Missouri that have been enacted in more than one bill so that there is only one version of a statute

HB745

Requires 10% of the adjusted gross receipts tax on gambling boats to be used for services necessary for the safety of the public visiting an excursion gambling boat

SB398

Allows public school principals to opt out of the election authority designation that their school be used as a polling place

HB591

Authorizes the Missouri Dental Board to issue a limited teaching license to a dentist employed as an instructor in an accredited dental school located in this state

SB232

Repeals authority of certain cities to enforce zoning regulations up to two miles outside city limits

HB968

Changes the classification of certain new watercraft from personal property to residential property for property taxation purposes

HB987

Establishes the Common Interest Owners Bill of Rights Act

SB21

Requires kindergarten attendance at the start of the school year for children who turn age five at any time during the calendar year

SB377

Extends the sunset on rolling stock tax credits

HB657

Requires the State Auditor to conduct a one-time comparative audit of at least five but no more than 10 of the largest state agencies to review fiscal practices and to identify cost-saving measures

HB207

Prohibits any entity that is authorized to issue traffic tickets from using an automated red light enforcement system at any intersection within its jurisdiction except in a school, construction, or work zone

HB712

Creates the Missouri Juneteenth Heritage and Jazz Festival and Memorial Fund and changes the distribution of funds from the professional athletes and entertainers tax

HB91

Specifies that an employer and his or her employees will not be liable for any injury or death for which compensation is recoverable under provisions of the Workers' Compensation Law

HB342

Increases the excise tax on cigarettes from 17 cents to $1.17 per pack of 20 cigarettes upon voter approval

HB430

Changes the laws regarding transportation

SB239

Prohibits discrimination based upon a person's sexual orientation

SB393

Modifies provisions relating to the Family Care Safety Registry

HB963

Allows for a special license plate for a member of the Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation

HB826

Prohibits a person from making, continuing, or allowing to be made or continued any noise that can be heard on the Lake of the Ozarks from exceeding a certain decibel level during certain hours

HB575

Changes the laws regarding the Joint Committee on Education's review of the Commissioner of Education's proposed expenditures on statewide areas of critical need for learning and development

HB125

Allows a resident of Missouri to purchase a firearm in any state and a resident of any state to purchase a firearm in Missouri if he or she conforms to certain laws

HCR11

Urges Congress to designate the Liberty Memorial at the National World War I Museum in Kansas City as the National World War I Memorial

SB405

Changes the requirements for background screenings of long-term care professionals

HB75

Authorizes expungement of certain criminal records including convictions for nonviolent felonies and misdemeanor, municipal, or traffic offenses

HB349

Changes the laws regarding equal employment practices

HB719

Requires one cent from the six cent fee that is deposited into the Missouri Wine and Grape Fund to be deposited into the newly created Division of Alcohol and Tobacco Control Enforcement Fund

SB110

Prohibits the state minimum wage from exceeding the federal minimum wage

HB934

Prohibits a licensed insurance company from issuing any policy or certificate of long-term care insurance unless the risks and rates have been approved by the Director of the Department of Insurance

HB467

Establishes the Missouri Science and Innovation Reinvestment Act

SB92

Requires director of the Department of Insurance to prescribe by rule uniform application forms for group health insurance policies

SB281

Requires the cumulative state and local tax rate to be printed on sales receipts

HB172

Specifies that certain funds placed in an irrevocable trust for funeral services will not be considered an asset when determining eligibility and benefits under certain public assistance programs

HCR46

Recognizes Kansas City as host of FUTURALLIA KC 2011 event for small and medium business leaders

HB488

Requires driver's license examinations to only be administered in English and establishes a $15 fee for an applicant to take the written portion of the examination

HB522

Changes the laws regarding unsecured loans of $500 or less, commonly known as payday loans, and allows the Attorney General to maintain an action to enforce compliance

HB871

Specifies that any state employee performance review, if conducted, must be done by the employer or supervisor

HB22

Appropriates money for planning and capital improvement projects and land improvements or acquisitions and transfers money among certain funds

HR274

House Ethics Committee Rules of Procedure

SB147

Modifies provisions relating to education

HB471

Allows an exception for the 2010-2011 school year regarding the laws for school make-up days due to inclement weather

SB84

Modifies law relating to voter registration and election offenses

SB278

Modifies the laws regarding certain private nuisance actions

HB888

Requires the issuance of a 30-day temporary nondriver's license in order for the Department of Revenue to verify the identity and citizenship of the applicant

HB922

Requires each circuit court in every county to establish a residential mortgage foreclosure mediation negotiation program to achieve a mutually agreeable resolution to a mortgage foreclosure action

HB867

Establishes the Missouri Biosciences Eminent Scholars Program

HB534

Changes the laws regarding the distribution of the St. Louis County sales tax

HCR50

Requests the Department of Health and Senior Services to assess chronic disease management of stroke prevention in atrial fibrillation

SB297

Modifies laws governing how residents of Missouri and other states may purchase rifles and shotguns outside their resident states

HB164

Changes the age when the juvenile court will have jurisdiction over a child involving a state or local traffic violation from a child up to 15 1/2 years of age to a child up to 15 years of age

HB34

Requires the Department of Social Services to apply for a federal waiver to modify the eligibility requirements for the Missouri Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF) Program

HB308

Prohibits an offender in the custody of the Department of Corrections from making a false report against any department employee for the purpose of implicating an employee in a crime

HB758

Authorizes the Governor to convey certain state properties in the City of Farmington to St. Francois County and to Habitat for Humanity of St. Francois County, Inc.

SB151

Specifies that risk coverages procured by certain political subdivision associations shall not require the solicitation of competitive bids

HJR4

Proposes a constitutional amendment preventing the proposed compensation schedule from the Commission on Compensation for Elected Officials from including any increase in certain circumstances

HB975

Establishes the Small Business and Entrepreneurial Growth Act to provide assistance for the expansion of certain small businesses

HCR7

Encourages the Missouri Veterans Commission to work with the United States Department of Veterans Affairs to address the needs of women veterans and formally honors the heroic service of women veterans

SB385

Imposes an additional admission fee for excursion gambling boat licensees to fund veterans' commission capital improvements

HB426

Prohibits an insurer from requiring any waiting period for health insurance coverage for maternity benefits and requires coverage to begin immediately from the effective date of the policy or plan

HB133

Specifies that employers subject to certain workers' compensation provisions must be liable to furnish compensation for injury or death of an employee by occupational disease

HB563

Adds prescribed, medically necessary hearing aids to the list of services covered under MO HealthNet

HB830

Establishes the Farm-to-Table Advisory Board to increase awareness of local agriculture and promote the incorporation of locally grown agricultural products into school and state institution cafeterias

HB63

Prohibits any employee of a seller of cigarettes or tobacco products who is younger than 18 years of age from selling cigarettes or tobacco products in the course of his or her employment

SB413

Modifies the state auditor authority to examine audits of the Public School Retirement System to allow the auditor to audit the system

HB1022

Specfies that any person who manufactures an article or a product while using stolen or misappropriated information technology will be deemed to engage in an unfair act under certain specified conditions

SB106

Allows persons who have been awarded the combat action badge to obtain "COMBAT ACTION" specialized license plates

HB148

Prohibits a residential contractor from advertising or promising to pay or rebate all or any portion of an insurance deductible as an inducement to the sale of goods or services

SB47

Modifies the law relating to minority and women's business enterprises

HB518

Designates a portion of Interstate 40/64 in St. Louis County as the "Missouri State Highway Patrol Sergeant Joseph G. Schuengel Memorial Highway"

SB311

Repeals the sunset provision for the Childrens's Vision Examination Program

SB254

Modifies Missouri's law relating to intoxicated-related traffic offenses

SB7

Creates the "TANF Child Protection and Drug Free Home Act" regarding drug testing for work-eligible TANF applicants and recipients

HJR31

Proposes a constitutional amendment prohibiting a state court from using any international law or Sharia law

HB774

Specifies the distribution of any unexpended state appropriations at the end of a fiscal year by a state department, agency, or office

HB324

Specifies that a state employee who works 10-hour days and 40 hours per week is not required to take two hours of vacation leave for paid holidays

HB631

Authorizes a person or corporation to designate a tax refund to the Developmental Disabilities Waiting List Equity Trust Fund and the American Red Cross Fund

HB18

Appropriates money for capital improvement projects involving the maintenance, repair, replacement, and improvement of state buildings and facilities

SB192

Requires the Department of Mental Health to develop a continuing professional education curriculum relating to eating disorders

HB261

Removes the requirement that a decision regarding placing a teacher on leave must consider the teacher's seniority

HB2

Appropriates money for the expenses, grants, refunds, and distributions of the State Board of Education and Department of Elementary and Secondary Education

SB346

Creates the Medical Harm Disclosure Act

SB10

Denies unemployment benefits for those with outstanding overpayment penalties

SB203

Creates a tax credit to attract sporting events to the state

HB959

Prohibits any person who has pled guilty or nolo contendre to or has been found guilty of specified offenses from election or appointment to certain city offices in a third or fourth class city

HB373

Authorizes an officer designated as the director of elections in a charter county to be the election authority if the county does not have a board of election commissioners

HB689

Allows a person to pay the $25 emblem-use fee to the Missouri State Humane Association for a I'm Pet Friendly special license plate at the time of registration for deposit in the Missouri Pet Spay-Neuter Fund

HB723

Allows for the cancellation of an election to fill a vacancy in the General Assembly under certain specified conditions

HB236

Extends the expiration date of various federal reimbursement allowances from September 30, 2011, to September 30, 2016

HB666

Requires the Missouri Consolidated Health Care Plan Board of Trustees to develop a cost-neutral or cost-positive plan to provide bariatric coverage for individuals under the plan

HB109

Repeals the provisions allowing the State Treasurer to invest in any linked deposit for specified purposes only for certain time periods

HB559

Changes the laws regarding accessible electronic text material use in elementary and secondary schools

SB350

Requires the sunset of all administrative rules proposed, adopted or amended after August 28, 2011, and allows an agency to repromulgate a rule that is set to sunset

SB215

Requires health carriers to credential health care professionals within 60 calendar days of receipt of complete application

HB1018

Changes the laws regarding mortgage foreclosures by requiring a preforeclosure notice which contains information regarding foreclosure alternatives

HB735

Requires a municipality to allow at least one street to be used by commercial vehicles to access any state highway and prohibits a civil action for the legal use a motor vehicle on a public street

HB365

Changes the laws regarding unlawful picketing or protesting of a funeral

HB670

Establishes the Compete Missouri Program and the Compete Missouri Training Program within the Department of Economic Development

HB59

Requires the State Board of Education to establish a coordinated health program board to develop a program on the prevention of student obesity, cardiovascular disease, and type II diabetes

HB220

Specifies that the ordering of a report or an inspection alone will not constitute selecting or engaging a person regarding a real estate licensee's immunity from liability for certain expert statements

SB429

Requires the Department of Health and Senior Services to issue recommendations on adequate nurse staffing levels in certain health care facilities

SJR12

Limits the total service in the General Assembly to sixteen years in any proportion between the Senate and the House of Representatives

SB307

Allows Kansas City to collect an additional fourteen dollars in municipal ordinance violation cases

SB51

Requires public libraries to adopt policies on the placement of books and other materials that are obscene or pornographic for minors

SB242

Allows a pupil to enroll in an adjoining school district if the student's residence is located closer to a school in the adjoining district or in cases of transportation hardship

HR1826

Supports the work of Missouri's pregnancy resource centers and maternity homes in providing outstanding service to women and families

HB918

Establishes the Freedom to Choose Trash Collection Services Act which requires voter approval of any contact with a single-source provider of trash collection in certain cities, towns, and villages

HB332

Expands the Puppy Mill Cruelty Prevention Act to apply to humane societies and exempts shelters, pounds, kennels, pet shops, dealers, facilities, and breeders licensed prior to November 2, 2011

HB762

Requires a health benefit plan to establish equal out-of-pocket requirements for an orally administered anti-cancer medication and an intravenously administered or injected cancer medication

HB298

Authorizes the governing body of any hospital district in Iron County to impose, upon voter approval, a local sales tax of up to 1% in lieu of a property tax to fund the hospital district

HJR27

Proposes a constitutional amendment specifying that the right of every citizen to possess, purchase ammunition, and any parts or articles for the proper functioning of arms must not be infringed

SB184

Allows the Special Administrative Board governing the St. Louis City School District to sponsor charter schools under certain circumstances

HB277

Requires the local offices and resident hunting and fishing permit vendors of the Department of Conservation to make a voter registration application form available to a resident permit applicant

HB627

Allows a candidate committee to purchase tickets, membership dues, meals, advertising, and other similar items from a political action committee if it is related to education or service in office

HB650

Requires the Board of Probation and Parole to review the case history of certain convicted offenders serving sentences of more than 15 years or life without parole

HB79

Authorizes the issuance of a military medallion, medal, and certificate to certain veterans who served in specified conflicts regardless of whether they are or ever were legal Missouri residents

HB200

Specifies that gross negligence will be the standard of proof in actions for damages brought against a public or private correctional or detention facility as a result of a death by suicide of any inmate

SB409

Changes state transportation aid to school districts from a categorical add-on to part of the state aid calculation

HB715

Specifies certain employee rights as they relate to labor organizations

HB96

Imposes penalties for persistent violations of air or water pollution laws by recycling companies that convert animal parts into petroleum

HB345

Allows the Missouri Agricultural and Small Business Development Authority to make loan guarantees to certain agribusinesses under the Agricultural Product Utilization and Business Development Loan Program

HB596

Prohibits the sales tax on firearms or ammunition from being levied at a higher rate than the sales tax or other excise tax charged on any sporting goods or equipment or any hunting equipment

SB235

Extends the sunsets on certain provider taxes

HB129

Prohibits a juvenile or family court from using the fact that a natural parent chose not to abort a child when determining to take, continue, or fail to terminate jurisdiction over another child

SB26

Allows for the issuance of Nixa Education Foundation and Combat Action special license plates

HB579

Changes the laws regarding health care

SB370

Creates a scholarship program for resident pupils of an unaccredited school district to enroll in a different school

HB980

Requires a school district to have a policy regarding the placement of twins and other multiple-birth siblings

HB257

Repeals the provisions regarding the Sentencing Advisory Commission

HB607

Specifies that health plans providing services for conditions within the scope of practice of athletic trainers may not deny reimbursement to a licensed athletic trainer if reimbursable to another provider

HB312

Authorizes a claim clearinghouse to process and verify a request for an offset of an income tax refund and lottery winnings to satisfy an outstanding debt for ambulance services an individual received

HB742

Establishes county drinking water supply lake authorities, prohibits major water users from transporting or diverting certain water, and establishes the Missouri Sustainable Local Food Policy Council

SB262

Requires health benefit plans to establish equal out-of-pocket requirements for oral anticancer medications and intravenously administered chemotherapy medications

HB191

Authorizes the State Treasurer to deposit all moneys in the State Park Earnings Fund in any qualified depository of the state and requires these deposits to be secured in a manner provided by law

HB892

Changes the laws regarding student athlete agents

HB938

Specifies that, beginning July 1, 2012, certain specified building codes will be deemed the official state codes

SB327

Modifies penalties for multiple violations of air or water pollution laws by recycling companies that convert animal parts into petroleum

HB484

Establishes the Missouri State Transit Assistance Program to provide state financial assistance to defray the operating and capital costs incurred by public mass transportation service providers

SB71

Eliminates a requirement that banks, savings institutions, and credit unions file a certain notice with the Missouri Real Estate Appraisers Commission

HB611

Establishes the Night Sky Protection Act to reduce the amount of light emitted into the night sky to near natural levels for designated military training areas

HB38

Increases the work-off rate for city prisoners and requires certain administrative officials of jails or detention facilities to notify specified law enforcement of an escape of certain specified felons

HB241

Allows a person employed by a public school for 17 hours or less per week to work at another public school if the total does not exceed 17 but cannot be combined to establish eligibility for retirement

HJR11

Proposes a constitutional amendment prohibiting appropriations in any fiscal year from exceeding certain limits

SCR3

Disapproves the salary recommendations of the Missouri Citizens' Commission on Compensation for Elected Officials

HB754

Designates the month of May each year as "Lupus Awareness Month"

HB304

Authorizes an income tax credit for certain public safety officers

HB884

Specifies that the circuit clerks in the 22nd and 28th judicial circuits and the circuit clerk for Scott County must be appointed by the majority of their respective circuit and associate circuit judges

SB274

Allows landlords to apportion charges to tenants for water and sewer utility service

HB187

Repeals the provision that requires a political party's emblem to be printed on an election ballot above the party caption

SB88

Removes an expiration date of August 28, 2011 on state universities being able to convey land without authorization from the General Assembly and requires that such conveyances be done at fair market value

HB168

Requires any driver's license, commercial driver's license, non-driver's license, or instruction permit issued to a noncitizen who is lawfully present in the U. S. to include a noncitizen status emblem

HB492

Requires written authorization by a public employee before a labor union can withhold any dues, fees, or political contribution from the employee's paycheck

SB67

Prohibits school districts from joining certain statewide activities associations

HB538

Prohibits the Department of Corrections from charging an intervention fee to an inmate when he or she leaves prison

SB331

Modifies the human trafficking provisions

SR125

Use of the Chamber - YMCA Youth in Government

HB216

Prohibits the Missouri Public Service Commission from approving any tariff of an electrical corporation that establishes a single customer class if the customer is an aluminum smelting facility

HB646

Allows the Department of Revenue to disclose information to the public regarding the annual number of cigarettes sold by each tobacco product manufacturer

HB353

Requires an insurance producer's license to be suspended, revoked, or denied issuance or renewal if the producer fails to pay personal property taxes, county real estate taxes, or income taxes

HB80

Changes when tax statements must be mailed in all counties of the first classification from at least 30 days to at least 45 days before the delinquent date

HB703

Allows an employee of any public body to form and join a labor organization to collectively bargain regarding salaries and other conditions of employment

SB223

Allows certain public library districts to seek voter approval for a sales tax to fund libraries within such districts

SB389

Modifies the laws regarding concealed carry permits for Missouri residents

HB580

Allows a health care provider to include any retrieval fee charged by a contracted outsourced records storage service in the fee charged to a patient for a copy of his or her medical records

HB979

Authorizes Missouri to enter into the multistate Streamlined Sales and Use Tax Agreement, eliminates all state tax credits, phases in a flat income tax rate, and increases the state sales and use tax by .25%

HJR8

Proposes a constitutional amendment replacing the individual and corporate income tax, corporation and bank franchise taxes, and sales and use tax with a sales tax on certain property and services

HB996

Establishes the Common Interest Owners Bill of Rights Act

SB366

Creates Missouri cooperative associations and modifies the law relating to the conversion of certain business organizations

SB30

Increases the penalty for the crime of harassment

HR3196

House interim employment

HB328

Establishes the Abortion-inducing Drugs Safety Act which places restrictions on abortion-inducing drugs

HB778

Allows certain persons to carry concealed firearms in the State Capitol Building or at a meeting of the General Assembly if they have a valid concealed carry endorsement

SB171

Modifies provisions relating to private probation services

HB282

Changes the laws regarding public employee retirement

HB797

Transfers all powers, duties, and functions of the Land Survey Program within the Department of Natural Resources to the Department of Agriculture

HB14

Appropriates money for supplemental purposes

HB847

Exempts any security issued by an agricultural cooperative corporation operated as an agricultural cooperative association from state security registration requirements under certain conditions

HB514

Changes the laws regarding the attendance of a pupil from an unaccredited school district

HB144

Authorizes an income tax deduction from a taxpayer's Missouri adjusted gross income for payments made on a loan obtained to repair certain flood damage to the taxpayer's premises

HB451

Requires a mortgage value disclosure statement to be filed with the assessor before the recorder of deeds can accept the filing of any document by which any interest in certain real property is conveyed

SB258

Relating to the historic preservation tax credit program

HR3102

Issues articles of impeachment for Judge John A. Ross, Twenty-First Judicial Circuit, and orders him to stand trial before the Missouri Supreme Court for violations of the Missouri Constitution

HR6

Appreciation to Chief Justice William Ray Price, Jr. for administering the oath of office to the House members

HB902

Specifies that any person who makes a report of suspected child abuse to the proper authorities will be immune from civil and criminal liability

HB1002

Requires the Missouri Lottery Commission to establish a statewide video lottery terminal network

SCR12

Urges the MO HealthNet Division to pursue the feasibility of implementing a program to assess chronic disease management of stroke prevention in atrial fibrillation

SB126

Prohibits the MO HealthNet Division from discriminating between licensed marital family therapists and licensed professional counselors

HB685

Renames the Missouri Certificate of Need Law as the Missouri Long-term Care Certificate of Need law and limits the provisions of the law to only apply to long-term care facilities and services

HB390

Establishes the KidCare Co-op Program, a public option, nonprofit health insurance cooperative, to provide affordable health insurance to children through 18 years of age

HB43

Adds the counties of Andrew and Buchanan to the list of counties authorized to enact nuisance abatement ordinances regarding the condition of real property

SB433

Modifies the law relating to deeds of trust

HCR27

Designates December 17, 2011, as "American Red Cross Minority Blood Drive Day" in Missouri

HB113

Lowers the age at which a person can obtain a concealed carry endorsement from 23 to 21 years of age if the person is a member of the armed forces

HB543

Requires the Department of Elementary and Secondary Education to develop standards for professional improvement plans for teachers and principals

HB810

Limits the amount of interest a title lender can charge on a loan and requires the average interest rate being charged by credit unions to be made available to the public at least quarterly

HB955

Requires an assessor to use any nationally recognized motor vehicle valuation guide to determine the assessed valuation of a used motor vehicle for personal property taxation

HB406

Prohibits any entity that is authorized to issue traffic tickets from using an automated red light enforcement system at any intersection within its jurisdiction

HB369

Authorizes any city, town, or village to impose, upon voter approval, a fee for the repair or replacement of water lines due to failure

HB693

Revises the punishment for the crime of receiving stolen property

HB739

Expands the Amber Alert System to include missing endangered adults, specifies the criteria for being a missing endangered adult, and changes the system's name to Amber Alert and Silver Alert System

SB130

Creates the Early High School Graduation Scholarship Program for public high school students who graduate from high school early

HB1014

Requires the establishment of a pilot project to implement a medical malpractice court and removes a provision regarding the limitation on noneconomic damages in an action against a health care provider

SB425

Adds provisions to the crime of receiving stolen property relating to offenses in which the value of property or services is an element of the crime

HB55

Authorizes a state and local sales and use tax exemption for over-the-counter or nonprescription drugs which are prescribed by a practitioner and certain medical equipment, supplies, or devices

HB386

Increases the amount in controversy from less than $3,000 to less than $5,000 for a case where the judge of a small claims court will have original jurisdiction

HB806

Establishes the Economic Development Grant Program to allow a company to reopen a closed manufacturing factory

HB555

Changes the laws regarding health care

HB105

Changes the laws regarding the requirements of the governing body of a city, town, or village when its annual revenue from fines and court costs for traffic violations exceed 35% of its total annual revenue

HCR31

Calls on the United States Congress to allocate at least 40% of the Land and Water Conservation Fund moneys to the State Assistance program for state and local capital parks projects

HB410

Allows superintendents or school principals to make case-by-case decisions when re-admitting certain students who have been expelled from school

SB219

Allows owners of automated teller machines to charge access fees to those with bank accounts in foreign countries and gambling boats to accept credit instruments

HB943

Specifies that certain companies that provide telecommunications infrastructure will be eligible for linked deposit loans and authorizes a tax credit for the cost of Internet broadband equipment

SB167

Allows the Department of Revenue to issue special event motor vehicle auction licenses to applicants auctioning certain vehicles

HB294

Changes the laws regarding firearms, ammunition, and concealed carry endorsements

SB188

Modifies the law relating to the Missouri Human Rights Act and employment discrimination

HB781

Increases the penalty for child molestation in the first degree when the victim is a child younger than 13 years of age to a class A felony

HB152

Decreases the individual income tax rate, eliminates corporate income tax, authorizes a sales tax on taxable services, and authorizes the Department of Revenue to establish a sales tax rebate program

HB502

Specifies that criminal nonsupport will be a class D felony if the total arrearage is in excess of $10,000 and allows a person to expunge a criminal nonsupport conviction if certain conditions are met

HB851

Requires the parent or guardian of any person younger than 18 years of age prior to the minor using a tanning device in a tanning facility to appear in person giving consent to the minor's use of the facility

HB914

Requires a licensed audiologist or a person fitting a hearing instrument to provide a customer with a purchase agreement verifying that the customer has been informed about certain information

HB447

Changes the laws regarding the Real Property Tax Increment Allocation Redevelopment Act

HB153

Designates a portion of State Highway 8 in St. Francois County as the "Ferlin Huskey Highway"

HB503

Repeals a provision requiring a presidential primary to be held in February in any year a presidential election is held and sets the primary to be held in March of each presidential election year

HB850

Establishes the Missouri Cooperative Associations Act which allows a cooperative to be formed and organized to conduct or promote any lawful business or purpose for the mutual welfare of its members

HB915

Specifies that any person who fails to provide proof of motor vehicle financial responsibility will have the vehicle he or she is operating impounded until valid proof is provided and all fees are paid

HB446

Changes the laws regarding the state school funding formula

HB295

Specifies that any infectious disease which causes a condition of impaired health resulting in a disability or death of certain fire fighters will be presumed to have been incurred in the line of duty

SB166

Requires title agencies and title agents to maintain a physical place of business in Missouri as a condition of licensure

SB189

Modifies provisions of the Missouri Quality Jobs Act to allow benefits for projects located within dormant manufacturing plant zones

HB780

Establishes the Good Jobs First Act which provides development subsidies to certain corporations

HB807

Makes it an improper employment practice for an employer to refuse to hire or to discharge, reduce compensation, or modify any condition of a person's employment based on his or her credit score or history

HB554

Specifies that acts of animal husbandry for compensation are not prohibited or required to be performed by a veterinarian

HCR30

Urges the Governor and Attorney General to send a letter to the President of the United States expressing the urgency of resolving the constitutionality of the federal health care reform act

HB104

Requires 50% of the revenue generated from fines and court costs which are collected as a result of a red light traffic violation on a state highway to be distributed to the Department of Transportation

HB411

Requires the Department of Mental Health to develop a transition plan for services of a resident of a state developmental disabilities facility to the most appropriate living setting

SB218

Moves Taney County to its own judicial circuit and specifies that the 38th Judicial Circuit will only be made up of Christian County

HB942

Increases the tax credit for adopting a special needs child from up to $10,000 to up to $25,000 and authorizes a tax credit for nonrecurring adoption expenses for any child adopted

HB368

Requires the Missouri Veterans Commission to issue an identification card to each veteran in the state who applies and provides proof of his or her military service

HB692

Requires the Missouri Supreme Court when reviewing any case in which the death penalty is imposed to determine whether the sentence is excessive or disproportionate to the penalty in similar cases

HB738

Requires each school district to ensure that every student develops a personal plan of study prior to the end of the student's eighth grade year

SB131

Makes numerous changes to provisions relating to the regulation of transportation

HB1015

Requires the accusing party in a dispute arising against a farmer for unauthorized use of intellectual property based on discovery of alien seed to submit to a dispute resolution before filing a court action

SB424

Requires an informal hearing before the Secretary of State in certain instances

HB54

Repeals the provision that requires a political party's emblem to be printed on an election ballot above the party caption

HB387

Establishes the Youth Athlete Brain Injury Prevention Act

HB112

Classifies certain sawmills and planing mills as agricultural and horticultural property instead of commercial property for property taxation purposes

HCR26

Designates August 1, 2011, as "Minority Organ Donor Awareness Day" in Missouri

HB542

Authorizes any ambulance district formed after August 28, 2011, to impose, upon voter approval, a sales tax of up to 0.5% in lieu of a property tax to fund the district

HB811

Changes the laws regarding motor vehicle extended service contracts

HB954

Specifies that a full-time employee of the Missouri Development Finance Board will be a state employee and a member of the Missouri State Employees' Retirement System

HB407

Prohibits a person from preparing or issuing a certificate of insurance form unless it has been filed with the Department of Insurance, Financial Institutions and Professional Registration

HB1003

Revises the laws regarding private nuisances when it originates from property used for farming, agriculture, crop, or animal production purposes and when a court must visit an alleged affected property

SB127

Requires certain public officials and certain staff members of the executive branch and legislature to submit to drug tests

SCR13

Urges Congress to prohibit the Environmental Protection Agency from regulating greenhouse gas emissions

HB684

Allows a temporary exemption from the proof of lawful presence requirement for a victim of domestic violence who is applying for a driver's license or instruction permit

HB391

Adds home nursing visits for newborn infants including follow-up care as needed for certain at-risk newborns to the list of covered services under the MO HealthNet Program

HB42

Requires an electrical corporation to pay a surcharge of one-tenth of one cent per kilowatt hour on all nuclear energy produced in the state and sold out of its service territory

SB432

Regulates contingency-fee contracts between state entities and private attorneys

HB846

Authorizes the governing body of any city or county to enter into design-build project contracts for neighborhood improvement districts

HB515

Establishes the Embryo Transfer Act which authorizes the legal relinquishment and subsequent transfer of human embryos

HB145

Requires any entity receiving state funds to publish the name and compensation of each lobbyist employed by the entity and the name and membership dues paid to any other entity

HB450

Requires the emblem-use authorization fee for a Breast Cancer Awareness special license plate to be paid to Winning Women and replaces "MISSOURI WOMEN'S COUNCIL" with 'WINNING WOMEN"

SB259

Subjects certain tax credit programs to sunsets

HB903

Requires schools to provide instruction in cardiopulmonary resuscitation and the use of an automated external defibrillator and makes the instruction part of the high school graduation requirements

HB329

Establishes an advance voting period and requires a voter to present an approved form of personal identification to vote at an election

HB779

Adds the costs of environmental insurance premiums and the backfill of areas where contaminated soil excavation occurs to the list of expenses that qualify for a remediation tax credit

HB283

Requires proof of identity and proof of United States citizenship for the office of President and Vice President to be submitted with the other required certification documents to the Secretary of State

SB170

Specifies that defined benefit retirement plans are required to submit quarterly reports on their investment performance to the Joint Committee on Public Employee Retirement

HB796

Changes the laws regarding the Fair Ballot Access Act by repealing the provision which requires a petition to form a new political party to contain the name of a resident of each Congressional distict

HB15

Appropriates money for supplemental purposes for the Department of Elementary and Secondary Education

SB222

Modifies the child labor laws

SB388

Eliminates, combines, and revises certain state boards, commissions, committees, and councils

HB581

Establishes the Missouri Earned Income Tax Credit Act which authorizes an individual income tax credit equal to 20% of any earned income tax credit claimed by the taxpayer on his or her federal income tax return

HJR9

Proposes a constitutional amendment authorizing the General Assembly to issue bonds to fund higher education facility improvements, construction, landscaping, and land or building purchases

HB978

Requires the development of caseload standards by the departments of Health and Senior Services and Mental Health

HB997

Changes the laws regarding child support for higher education

SB367

Enacts the interstate Health Care Compact in which member states pledge to improve health care policy by returning the authority to regulate health care to the states

SB31

Reduces from 45 to 20 the different types of beer that must be served by certain restaurant bars in order to serve 32 or more ounces of beer for off-premise consumption

HB217

Allows an election authority to use an electronic voter identification system or electronic signature pad to verify voter identification information at any polling place

HB647

Allows a contractor to contract with a title insurer, agency, or agent authorized to conduct business as an escrow agent in lieu of requiring a bond for certain public works contracts

HB352

Establishes the Missouri Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics Initiative within the Department of Higher Education

HB81

Exempts new vehicles assembled and sold in Missouri on or after January 1, 2011, from state sales and use taxes

HB702

Removes the provision limiting the annual surcharge paid by employers to the Second Injury Fund to 3% of the employer's workers' compensation net deposits, premiums, or assessments

HB885

Allows a seller to advertise that the required sales tax will be assumed or absorbed into the price of the property sold or the services rendered if the amount of the tax is separately stated

HB186

Changes the laws regarding county officers

SB275

Allows certain retirees who are part of LAGERS to authorize the board to deduct certain insurance premiums from their benefits

SB89

Abolishes the state public defender system and requires circuit courts to provide legal defense for indigents

HB169

Allows public schools to offer courses in ballroom dance which will be treated as a qualified fine arts and a physical education activity for academic credit

SB66

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HB493

Requires the Commissioner of the Office of Administration to develop a statewide system or to contract with a third party to allow all state agencies and departments to accept electronic payments

HR900

Proposes a House Rule change imposing a fine for each legislative day a member removes himself or herself from the state for the purpose of avoiding any official duty or vote

HB539

Requires the Department of Corrections to establish a two-year pilot project to increase the access that children have to their incarcerated mothers

SB330

Allows certain state officials and employees to carry concealed firearms in the state capitol building

HB610

Re-establishes the Motorist Insurance Identification Database Program to verify compliance with motor vehicle financial responsibility requirements and changes the laws regarding towing of certain vehicles

HB39

Prohibits any elected official of the state from registering or acting as a lobbyist within two years of leaving office

HB240

Requires anyone requesting 50 or more voter registration applications to provide certain information to the Office of the Secretary of State

SJR1

Replaces all taxes on income with a sales and use tax

HJR10

Proposes a constitutional amendment repealing the prohibition against state funds being used to support any religion or religious school and specifies that parents have the right to choose any school

HB755

Specifies that any moneys generated by the Spinal Cord Injury Fund or granted by the University of Missouri Board of Curators for research programs not be used for abortion or human cloning research

SCR2

Urges the Department of Natural Resources to educate the public about light pollution

HB305

Establishes the 2011 State Employee Retirement Incentive Program

HB190

Authorizes divisions within the Department of Natural Resources to receive funds to be placed in a revolving fund for the purpose of cash transactions involving the sale of items made by the divisions

SB263

Requires pawnbrokers to photograph anybody selling jewelry, gold, or silver and to complete a form for such transactions

HB893

Changes the laws regarding workers' compensation and the Second Injury Fund

HB939

Creates procedures for open enrollment of public school students across school district boundary lines

SB326

Authorizes a peer review process for architects, landscape architects, land surveyors, and engineers, including providing for immunity from liability and prohibiting the disclosure of certain documents and testimony

SB70

Modifies provisions relating to the Missouri Family Trust

HB485

Changes the notice requirement to a tenant in a foreclosure action from 10 business days to 90 days

HB256

Extends the expiration date of the provisions regarding the Basic Civil Legal Services Fund from December 31, 2012, to December 31, 2018

HB606

Lowers the maximum award of punitive damages to the greater of $250,000 or two times the net amount of the judgment

HB313

Changes the laws regarding insurance coverage under the Missouri Life and Health Insurance Guaranty Association Act

HB743

Expands the crime of sexual contact with a student to include sexual contact made while not on public school property and adds an elected official of the district to the list of persons to whom it applies

HB597

Establishes the Private Landowner Protection Act which allows for the creation and enforcement of conservation easements to protect the environment and preserve certain historical or cultural property

SB234

Creates an income tax dependency exemption for stillborn children

HB128

Requires the respondent in a suit filed by a city, county, or state in which the entity prevails to pay the city, county, or state the amount of the deposit that would have been awarded as a judgment

SB27

Allows spouses who leave employment to follow their military spouses in the event of a military transfer, to qualify for unemployment compensation

HB578

Allows the state or any political subdivision or agency of the state to transfer ownership of used tires, scrap tires, or tire shred to a private entity for disposal or recycling under certain conditions

SB371

Allows a lapsed school district to be divided and attached to adjoining accredited school districts

HR2790

Grants use of the House Chamber for presentation of Glory Awards on Monday, May 2, 2011, from 10 a.m. to 11:30 a.m.

HR12

Grants use of the House Chamber for presentation of Glory Awards on Monday, February 14, 2011, from 9 am to noon

HB981

Requires twins or other multiple-birth siblings to be placed in the same classroom if the parent or legal guardian makes a timely request

HB651

Changes the membership of the Missouri Housing Development Commission

HB78

Authorizes an income tax exemption for the business income of any individual or corporation to be phased-in over five years until the exemption is 50% of the taxpayer's Missouri taxable business income

HB201

Authorizes the MO HealthNet Division to implement a statewide dental delivery system to ensure recipient participation and access to providers of dental services under MO HealthNet

SB408

Extends the MO RX prescription drug plan until August 28, 2014

HB714

Allows the Secretary of State to enter into an agreement with a nonprofit organization to print and distribute the Official State Manual

HB97

Extends the public notice requirements of the Clean Water Commission when listing any impaired waters and extends the commission's authority to charge specified fees related to water pollution control

HB344

Establishes the Farm-to-Table Advisory Board and changes the laws regarding the Commodity Merchandising Council Program

HB333

Allows religious books to be used in public schools in certain situations as long as they are used in a manner that does not violate the Establishment Clause of the United States Constitution

HB763

Changes the laws regarding enrollment options for students from school districts that have been declared unaccredited

HB299

Allows the Land Reclamation Commission to deny a mining permit if the affected land is within one mile of a school, child care facility, church, nursing home, public building, or cemetery

HJR26

Proposes a constitutional amendment prohibiting state government from recognizing, enforcing, or acting in furtherance of certain actions of the federal government

HB276

Changes the laws regarding unlawful picketing or protesting of a funeral

SB185

Imposes a sunset upon all tax credit programs not currently subject to a sunset provision

HB626

Establishes the Senior Citizens Protection Act which exempts from attachment or execution the primary residence of a person 62 years of age or older, who is retired or may retire, from any forced sale

SJR13

Requires referenda and initiative petitions to be signed by 5% and 8% of the voters in each congressional district

SB306

Modifies laws relating to the administration of credit unions

SB50

Allows electric companies to recover costs from ratepayers associated with early site development for certain electrical generation facilities

SB243

Modifies provisions relating to educational resources and services

HB919

Specifies who qualifies as a voter in an election for directors of a community improvement district board

HB1019

Requires a distressed municipality in St. Louis County to provide a minimum level of public services

HB734

Reduces the annual cumulative amount of tax credits that can be authorized for donations to a food pantry from $2 million to $1 million and extends the expiration date to August 28, 2020

HB364

Changes the determination of a defendant's liability in a tort action for damages by specifying that the liability of each defendant for compensatory or punitive damages must be several and cannot be joint

HB671

Authorizes additional powers to a community improvement district

HB58

Establishes the Missouri and Midwest High-Speed Rail Commission Act and the Missouri and Midwest High-Speed Rail Commission

HB221

Specifies that an employer or his or her employee will not be liable for any injury or death for which compensation is recoverable under the provisions regarding workers' compensation

SB428

Allows a sheriff to receive reimbursement for the actual costs of transporting a person to and from a mental health facility

HB108

Changes the laws regarding contributions to political action committees

HB558

Adds comprehensive day rehabilitation services beginning soon after trauma for individuals with disabling impairments to the list of services covered under MO HealthNet benefits

SB351

Modifies provisions relating to adoption records

SB214

Prohibits restrictive physician employment contracts

HB372

Requires a school district offering federal Title I education services to offer the same services to students who would be eligible if their family income wasn't above the qualifying level

HB688

Changes the laws regarding property taxes and energy

HB722

Changes the laws regarding the responsibility for the payment of past due water and sewer services and on the termination of service for past due water and sewer services

HB237

Changes the laws regarding ethics, lobbying, and campaign contributions

HB667

Establishes two prostate cancer pilot programs to fund screening and treatment services and to provide education to men residing in the state

SB347

Requires persons convicted of failing to pay a fare for the use of Bi-State Development Agency facilities to reimburse the reasonable costs attributable to the enforcement, investigation and prosecution of such offense to the agency

SB11

Modifies various regulations governing the operation of motor vehicles

SB202

Requires authorization for certain labor unions to withhold fees from paychecks to make political contributions

HB958

Extends the income tax credit for a person who makes a contribution to a child advocacy center, a crisis care center, or an entity funded from the Court Appointed Special Advocate Fund to August 28, 2018

SB6

Enacts provisions relating to faith-based community health centers

HJR30

Proposes a constitutional amendment exempting a portion of a veteran's homestead property from property tax based on his or her degree of service-connected disability

HB775

Allows a sheriff to receive reimbursement for the actual costs of transporting a person to and from a mental health facility

HB325

Allows a person to hand fish for catfish or carp during June and July within all Missouri waters open for hook-and-line fishing of these fish

HB630

Establishes the Missouri Task Force on Prematurity and Infant Mortality

HB260

Repeals and re-enacts provisions regarding the Uniform Interstate Family Support Act to be consistent with the changes adopted by the National Conference of Commissioners on Uniform State Laws

SB193

Allows Cass County to establish municipal county courts

HB3

Appropriates money for the expenses, grants, refunds, and distributions of the Department of Higher Education

HB149

Removes the expiration and termination dates for the provisions which allow an individual or corporation to designate part of a tax refund to the Missouri Military Family Relief Fund

SB46

Allows elected officials to be excused from jury duty during their term of office

HB519

Revises the definition of "rehabilitation" as it relates to abandoned housing to include demolition

SB310

Modifies provisions relating to lead licensing

SB255

Institutes campaign contributions limits and designates city and county committees as political party committees for the purposes of campaign finance

HB62

Adds citizenship information to the sexual offender registration form and requires the State Highway Patrol to report to the federal government any non-U.S. citizen on the sexual offender registry

SB412

Modifies the State Auditor authority to examine audits of the MODOT and Highway Patrol Employees' Retirement System (MPERS) and the Missouri State Employees' Retirement System (MOSERS) to allow the Auditor to audit the systems

HB1023

Increases, upon voter approval, the excise tax on cigarettes from 17 cents to 98 cents per pack of 20 cigarettes

SB107

Enacts various regulations pertaining to contract carriers that transport railroad employees

HB974

Authorizes Missouri to enter into the Interstate Compact on the Agreement Among the States to Elect the President by National Popular Vote Act

HJR5

Proposes a constitutional amendment guaranteeing citizens the right to hunt, fish, trap, and harvest wildlife using traditionally approved devices or methods

SB384

Authorizes a civil cause of action against pharmacy benefit managers

HCR6

Urges the Secretary of the Interior to add Grant's Farm in St. Louis County as a unit of the National Park Service by joining with the Ulysses S. Grant National Historic Site

HB427

Changes the laws regarding adoption records

HB132

Changes the laws regarding unsecured loans of $500 or less, commonly known as payday loans

HB562

Changes the laws regarding the Missouri Children's Services Commission and establishes the Missouri Task Force on Prematurity and Infant Mortality

HB831

Establishes the Do-Not-Offer Statewide Registry Act which requires the creation of a database of elderly Missouri residents who object to receiving direct mail marketing

HB35

Increases the rent deposit or security deposit that a landlord may demand from two months' rent to three months' rent

HB309

Creates the Law Enforcement Safety Fund and authorizes a $7 surcharge in certain criminal cases to fund a contribution system for certain law enforcement employees

HB759

Prohibits the voluntary or involuntary annexation of a parcel of property under certain circumstances

SB150

Allows regulated hand fishing for carp and catfish in June and July on certain waterways

SB85

Requires federal agents to personally notify the sheriff in the county where a federal warrant is to be served

HB470

Changes the laws regarding the nonresident entertainer and professional athletic team member income tax

SB279

Provides tax incentives for job creation and retention and capital investment

HB889

Changes the laws regarding political subdivisions

HB923

Establishes requirements for the taking of real property by adverse possession

HB866

Changes the laws regarding domestic violence

HB535

Changes the laws regarding the circulation of initiative and referendum petitions

HB165

Requires the Missouri Supreme Court standards from September 17, 1996, regarding representation of children by guardians ad litem to be updated

SB296

Establishes the Compete Missouri Training Program

HCR51

Urges the United States Congress to enact the Improved and Expanded Medicare for All Act

SB146

Creates individual and corporate income tax deductions for business income

HB935

Requires out-of-state persons or groups who wish to protest a funeral in this state pay, prior to the protest, a $25,000 fee to local law enforcement agency in area where the protest will be held

SB93

Waives Secretary of State fees for new businesses and requires business licenses to be issued within sixty days

HB466

Allows an employer or labor organization to obtain political contributions through a payroll deduction if the employee or member consents to the contribution in writing annually

HCR47

Designates October 3, 2011, as "Missouri Animal Agriculture Day"

HB173

Prohibits limiting the investment of funds by the board of the Missouri Higher Education Savings Program to a specified grouping or list of investment vehicles

SB280

Modifies provisions of Missouri tax credit programs in accordance with recommendations made by the Missouri Tax Credit Review Commission Report

HB489

Requires the Department of Transportation to establish minimal yellow light change interval times for traffic-control devices

HB523

Changes the laws regarding the Missouri Life and Health Insurance Guaranty Association Act, insurance coverage for portable electronics, and residential and home warranty service contracts

HB870

Changes the laws regarding school course materials and instruction relating to human sexuality and sexually transmitted diseases

SB404

Allows certain state employees to receive a lump sum payment for the present value of a deferred annuity

HB74

Specifies that certain felons will be eligible for federal food stamp program benefits

HB348

Requires a pharmacy to fill a valid and lawful prescription for any federal Food and Drug Administration-approved drug or device to prevent pregnancy, including emergency contraceptives, without delay

HB718

Repeals the Missouri Limited Liability Company Act and establishes the Revised Uniform Limited Liability Company Act as proposed by the National Conference of Commissioners on Uniform State Laws

SB111

Requires health carriers to provide Internet access to its standard fee schedules and prohibits carriers from refusing to contract with providers willing to meet certain provider participation terms and conditions

HB431

Changes the laws regarding foster care and adoption and establishes the Missouri State Foster Care and Adoption Board and a task force on foster care recruitment, licensing, and retention

SB238

Creates a presumption that certain infectious diseases are duty-related for the purposes of firefighters' disability and death benefits

SB392

Amends surplus lines insurance law to comply with the federal Nonadmitted and Reinsurance Reform Act of 2010 (NRRA)

HB962

Authorizes an income tax credit for certain costs incurred in the renovation of a taxpayer's rented dwelling or residence

HB827

Expands the dental services a dental hygienist may perform without the supervision of a dentist and provides for MO HealthNet reimbursement of the services

HB574

Requires an insurer to obtain approval from the Department of Insurance, Financial Institutions and Professional Registration before changing any insurance premium rate by 15% or more

HCR10

Urges Congress to immediately repeal the Government Pension Offset and Windfall Elimination Provision of the Social Security Act

HB124

Allows an electrical company to recover from ratepayers the costs associated with early site development for certain electrical generation facilities