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1. SB 1187-Gibbons, with SCS
    Repeals and reduces certain committees and commissions and sets a sunset date for other committees and commissions


1. HCS for HB 1581 (Champion) (In Fiscal Oversight)
    Creates a tax credit for contributions to food pantries

2. HCS for HB 1078, with SCS (Loudon) (In Fiscal Oversight)
    Establishes a tuition grant for dependants and spouses of certain military veterans

3. HB 1884-Behnen (Gross)
    Modifies laws regarding real estate appraisers



SB 566-Dougherty, et al, with SCS & SS for SCS (pending)
    Gives advanced practice registered nurses prescription authority

SB 617-Koster, with SCS
    Prescribes requirements for department before closing or downsizing state-funded mental health facilities

SB 635-Cauthorn
    Exempts motorcyclists age 21 and older from wearing a helmet when operating a motorcycle or motortricycle

SB 637-Cauthorn, et al, with SCS & SA 3 (pending)
    Changes the laws regarding midwives and the practice of midwifery

SB 642-Scott
    Creates a graduated increase in payments to sheltered workshops

SB 655-Nodler, with SCS
    Allows the Missouri Higher Education Loan Authority to provide primary school loans

SBs 665 & 757-Engler, with SCS & SA 1 (pending)
    Increases the penalties for poaching

SB 687-Scott and Bartle, with SCS
    Provides for each child enrolled in kindergarten or first grade to receive a comprehensive vision examination

SB 736-Crowell and Cauthorn, with SCS
    Allows public school districts to offer a class or classes in which the Bible is incorporated

SB 759-Engler
    Requires motor vehicle buyers to submit proof of insurance to dealers before obtaining temporary license plates

SB 816-Griesheimer and Coleman, with SCS & SS#2 for SCS (pending)
    Creates a gross receipts tax on video service providers

SB 817-Scott, et al
    Replaces Missouri's workers' compensation residual market plan with Missouri Employers Mutual Insurance Company

SB 841-Ridgeway, et al, with SCS
    Authorizes peer review committees for certain emergency medical services

SB 849-Mayer, et al, with SS, SA 6 & SA 1 to SA 6 (pending)
    Creates the "Fairness in Public Construction Act"

SB 862-Engler, with SCS
    Establishes the concept of "environmental covenants"

SB 998-Champion, with SCS
    Requires physicians to identify which type of collaborative practice arrangement they are engaging in and provide copies to the board

SB 1009-Klindt, with SS (pending)
    Defines the scope of regulation for Missouri seed law

SB 1038-Mayer
    Expands the ability currently available to the Department of Natural Resources to enter into cooperative agreements with particular organizations

SB 1049-Shields, with SCS
    Establishes the "Disabled Employee's Health Assistance Program (DEHAP)"

SB 1092-Klindt, with SCS
    Prohibits political subdivisions from regulating the content, cost or distribution of information over a broadband Internet connection by imposing fees, licenses or taxes

SB 1104-Cauthorn and Klindt, with SCS
    Makes it clear that a qualified Missouri biodiesel producer is defined, in part, as a facility that is owned by at least 51% of Missouri agricultural producers

SB 1114-Goodman & Loudon, with SCS
    Requires the State Board of Education to annually establish a target school start date

SB 1188-Gibbons
    Maintains the prohibition on selling motor fuel below cost but removes language that speaks to the intent of such marketing

SB 1217-Goodman
    Modifies bidding and notice requirements for public projects

SB 1251-Shields, with SCS
    Modifies laws on the Metabolic Formula Distribution Program


HB 994-Dusenberg, et al (Cauthorn)
    Exempts motorcyclists age 21 and older from wearing a helmet when operating a motorcycle or motortricycle

HCS for HBs 1030, 1033, 1146, 1225 & 1326, with SCS, SS for SCS & SA 16 (pending) (Bartle)
    Modifies the laws regarding political subdivisions

HB 1035-Young (49), et al (Callahan)
    Requires all new signs erected after August 28, 2006, to contain the words "Accessible Parking" instead of "Handicap Parking"

HCS for HB 1059 (Nodler)
    Establishes procedures for the evaluation of credits for students transferring into an accredited public school district from an unaccredited public or nonpublic school or a home school

HCS for HB 1075, with SCS (Nodler)
    Revises current law requirements for the presentation of information in public schools relating to contraception, abortion, and sexually transmitted diseases

HCS for HB 1092, with SCS (Ridgeway)
    Creates an income tax deduction for purchases of hybrid vehicles

HB 1105-Wilson (119), et al (Scott)
    Exempts military personnel on active duty and their spouses from being required to renew their driver's licenses while they are stationed outside the United States

HB 1118-Dempsey, et al, with SCS#2 (Shields)
    Provides for immunity from liability for certain health care professionals deployed during a state of emergency

HCS for HB 1137, with SCS (Klindt)
    Modifies various sections pertaining to motor fuels

HCS for HBs 1145, 1359 & 1121 (Scott)
    Provides a tax deduction for 100% of the non-reimbursable amount a taxpayer has paid for long-term care insurance premiums

HCS for HB 1275, with SS, SA 4 & points of order (pending) (Goodman)
    Establishes a virtual school program

HB 1302-Cooper (155), et al (Ridgeway)
    Requires proof of payment of personal property taxes on certain vessels, raises vessel fees and creates Missouri State Water Patrol Fund

HCS for HB 1317 (Goodman)
    Modifies the laws relating to crime victims' rights

HCS for HB 1349, with SCS (Clemens)
    Creates the "Family Farms Act"

HCS for HB 1397 (Goodman)
    Creates the Consumer Protection Against Computer Spyware Act

HB 1411-Smith (150), et al, with SCS (Scott)
    Modifies licensing requirements for real estate brokers

HB 1446-Whorton, et al (Barnitz)
    Allows the Department of Agriculture to exempt the Department of Transportation from biodiesel requirement in a variety of circumstances which are approved by the Department of Agriculture

HB 1504-Yates, with SCS (Loudon)
    Modifies the membership of various governing bodies that administer state insurance programs and creates the "Interstate Insurance Product Regulation Compact"

HB 1521-Richard, et al (Griesheimer)
    Modifies the Missouri Business Use Incentive for Large-Scale Development Act

HCS for HB 1532, with SCS (Griesheimer)
    Establishes a decentralized emission inspection program which utilizes on-board diagnostic testing on certain motor vehicles

HCS for HB 1534 (Bartle)
    Provides funding for umbilical cord blood banks and non-fetal human stem cell research

HB 1619-Sutherland, et al, with SCS (Gibbons)
    Phases out franchise tax rates and threshold amounts over a period of years

HB 1623-St. Onge, et al, with SS, SA 1 & points of order (pending) (Stouffer)
    Authorizes the Highways and Transportation Commission to receive electonic bids for highway and bridge contracts

HCS for HB 1632, with SCS (Engler)
    Addresses various areas of telephone communication

HB 1728-Rector, et al, with SCS (Klindt)
    Creates an assessment-based funding mechanism for the Office of Public Counsel similar to that currently utilized by the Public Service Commission

HCS for HB 1767, with SCS (Bartle)
    Modifies protection provisions relating to senior citizens, disabled persons and children

HB 1864-Nolte, et al, with SS (pending) (Alter)
    Prohibits the admission of unlawfully present aliens to public institutions of higher education

HB 1905-Jetton, et al (Champion)
    Provides for supplemental food stamp assistance for the elderly

HB 1936-Tilley, with SCS (pending) (Stouffer)
    Modifies provisions on health care

HJR 28-Jackson (Ridgeway)
    Exempts from taxation property owned by veterans' organizations


Senate Bills

SB 760-Engler, with SCS
    Allows a law enforcement agency to dispose of hazardous materials that have been seized as evidence once they have documented the materials

House Bills

HB 1157-Cooper (120), et al (Scott)
    Designates the bobwhite quail as the official state game bird

HB 1169-Cooper (120) (Scott)
    Changes the time period corporate names can be reserved from 60 to 180 days

HCS for HB 1244 (Engler)
    Modifies minimum experience requirements for interior designer registration

HCS for HB 1551 (Engler)
    Creates a grace period for barber shop and cosmetology licensure when the establishment changes ownership or location

HCS for HB 1511, with SCS (Shields)
    Requires the Department of Elementary and Secondary Education to develop standards for high-quality early childhood education

HCS for HB 1135 (Stouffer)
    Extends the commercial zones of various communities

HCS for HB 1710 (Gibbons)
    Provides the Boone County governing body exclusive control over a regional recreational district located only in that county on land owned by the county

HCS for HB 1333 (Mayer)
    Authorizes drainage district boards to set a fee for the preparation and processing of certain tax statements

HCS for HB 1366 (Engler)
    Modifies the definition of "volunteer fire protection association"

HB 1424-Franz (Purgason)
    Allows electronic record keeping for certain county tax records

HCS for HB 1711 (Gibbons)
    Changes the method in Boone County for disbursing funds among affected taxing districts in industrial development projects

HB 1088-Schaaf, et al (Scott)
    Provides that when the usual and customary retail price of a prescription drug is less than the copayment applied by a HMO or insurer, the enrollee is only required to pay the usual and customary retail price

HCS for HB 1037 (Klindt)
    Changes the laws regarding environmental controls and plasma arc technology

HB 1144-May, et al (Clemens)
    Designates Big Bluestem as the official state grass

HB 1577-Pollock, et al (Clemens)
    Designates the State Milk Board as the official rating agency for the enforcement of standards relating to milk production

HB 1722-Sutherland, et al (Mayer)
    Authorizes the Director of the Department of Natural Resources to enter into agreements with private, not-for-profit organizations to provide services for state parks

HB 1833-Wood, et al (Goodman)
    Designates the crayfish as the official state invertebrate

HB 1988-Wagner, et al (Barnitz)
    Designates the white-tailed deer as the official state game animal

HB 1466-Daus (Coleman)
    Changes the laws regarding the Police Retirement System of St. Louis


SB 990-Vogel, with HCA 1
    Designates a portion of State Highway 179 in Cole County as the "Wyman S. Basinger Memorial Highway"

SB 1124-Shields, with HCS, as amended
    Modifies the law related to professional licensing


In Conference

SS for SCS for SB 590-Nodler, with HCS as amended
    Renders several alterations to the state's higher education policy

SCS for SB 616-Stouffer, with HCS, as amended (Senate adopted CCR and passed CCS)
    Prescribes requirements for assisted living facilities

SCS for SB 666-Engler, with HCS, as amended (Senate adopted CCR and passed CCS)
    Creates the "Volunteer Firefighter Job Protection Act"

SS for SB 696-Nodler, with HCS, as amended
    Modifies laws relating to economic development projects

SCS for SB 756-Clemens, with HCS (Senate adopted CCR and passed CCS)
    Modifies requirements for licensure of athletic trainers

SCS for SB 773-Cauthorn and Barnitz, with HCS, as amended
    Changes various sections pertaining to agriculture

SB 805-Gross, with HCS, as amended
    Modifies provisions relating to sales tax

SS for SCS for SB 832-Griesheimer, with HCS, as amended
    Modifies Missouri's tax increment finance law

SS for SCS for SB 894-Nodler, with HCS, as amended (Senate adopted CCR and passed CCS)
    Renders multiple alterations to the state's education policy

SS for SCS for SB 904-Griesheimer, with HCS, as amended
    Modifies the requirements for management, design and construction of state buildings

SCS for SB 915-Koster, et al, with HCS (Senate adopted CCR and passed CCS)
    Sets targets for renewable energy use

SCS for SB 932-Scott, with HCS (Senate adopted CCR#2 and passed CCS#2)
    Modifies laws relating to county officials

SCS for SBs 1001, 896 & 761-Griesheimer, with HCS, as amended (Senate adopted CCR and passed CCS)
    Modifies lawful presence requirements for drivers' license, modifies graduated driver's license law and allows the Highway Commission to revoke licenses and registrations of motor carriers in certain circumstances

SS#2 for SCS for SBs 1014 & 730-Scott, with HCS, as amended (Senate adopted CCR#2 and passed CCS#2)
    Modifies law relating to election administration

SB 1017-Clemens, with HCS, as amended (Senate adopted CCR and passed CCS)
    Makes the State Milk Board the official rating agency for the enforcement of standards relating to milk production

SS for SB 1058-Loudon, with HCS, as amended
    Prohibits persons from selling vehicle protection products in Missouri unless certain conditions are met

SCS for SB 1221-Goodman, with HCS#2, as amended
    Modifies the law relating to crime

HCS for HB 1022, with SCS, as amended (Gross)
    To appropriate money for scholarships, planning, expenses, and for capital improvements including, but not limited to, major additions and renovations, new structures, and land improvements or acquisitions

HCS for HB 1306, with SS for SCS, as amended (Crowell) (House adopted CCR and passed CCS)
    Modifies various provisions regarding state employee retirement

HCS for HB 1456, with SS#2 for SCS, as amended (Ridgeway) (Senate requests House grant further conference)
    Modifies law regarding unemployment security

Requests to Recede or Grant Conference

SB 766-Vogel, with HA 1 (Senate requests House recede and take up and pass the bill)
    Modifies the definition of "state agency" with regard to income tax set offs

SB 818-Scott, with HA 2, as amended (Senate requests House recede and take up and pass the bill)
    Amends requirements for filing financial interest statements

HB 1865-Bearden, et al, with SCS, as amended (Shields) (Senate requests House recede and pass the bill or grant further conference)
    Establishes the "Access Missouri Scholarship Program"


SR 2363-Gross
    Proposed Rule Change - Rule 103

HCR 25-Bowman, et al (Days)
    Urges the United States Congress to include in the Federal Defense Budget an allocation for the United States Air Force C-17 Globemaster III military transport plane program at Boeing St. Louis

HCR 17-Quinn, et al (Stouffer)
    Concurs with the Governor that all reasonable and necessary action should be taken to prevent the planned man-made "spring rise" of the Missouri River.

HCR 15-Jetton, et al (Champion)
    Urges the United States Congress and Department of Agriculture to waive or amend the federal Food Stamp Program to increase the availability of food assistance for low-income elderly persons

HCR 9-Ruestman, et al (Ridgeway)
    Directs the Comprehensive Cancer Action Plan for Missouri, which is a nationwide model of effective cancer control strategies, be posted annually on the Missouri state website homepage.

HCR 4-Bruns (Rupp)
    Recognizes April 27th of each year as "Autism Awareness Day" and the month of April each year as "Autism Awareness Month" in Missouri.

HCR 37-Loehner, et al (Barnitz)
    Expresses the support of the General Assembly for the installation of a ferryboat on the Missouri River at Chamois

HCR 10-Zweifel, et al (Loudon)
    Urges the United States Congress to adopt a comprehensive federal law that protects consumer information from data thieves.

SR 2741-Wilson
    Designates the month of May, 2006 as Stroke Awareness Month in Missouri

HCR 18-Kuessner, et al
    Urges the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration to establish a controlled pilot program allowing 18 to 21 year-olds to obtain a CDL for interstate commerce

HCR 41-Sutherland, with SCS (Mayer)
    Declares October 2006 to be "Missouri Walk and Bicycle to School Month" and October 4, 2006, to be "Missouri Walk and Bicycle to School Day" in Missouri.

SCR 31-Purgason, et al, with HCS
    Urges the United States Department of Agriculture to continue the voluntary National Animal Identification System program


SRM 1-Gross
    Remonstrance addressed to the Attorney General of the State of Missouri