Missouri State Senate

2013 Senate Bills


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SB 1 - Rupp - Modifies the law relating to workers' compensation
SB 2 - Rupp - Modifies the law relating to initiative and referendum petititons
SB 3 - Rupp - Creates the Early High School Graduation Scholarship Program for public high school students who graduate from high school early
SB 4 - Lager - Bars members of the General Assembly from acting as paid political consultants and imposes a two year cooling off period before members may become lobbyists
SB 5 - Lager - Modifies several provisions regarding tax credits and the corporate income tax
SB 6 - Lager - Allows telecommunications and broadband service providers to attach equipment to rural electric cooperatives' utility poles for smart grid or broadband purposes
SB 7 - Pearce - Modifies provisions relating to school accreditation for failing school districts
SB 8 - Pearce - Makes technical corrections and updates obsolete references in certain higher education statutes
SB 9 - Pearce - Modifies provisions relating to agriculture
SB 10 - Schmitt - Creates a tax credit to attract amateur sporting events to the state
SB 11 - Schmitt - Creates a phased-in individual income tax deduction for business income and reduces the corporate income tax rate over a five-year period
SB 12 - Schaefer - Modifies various laws relating to judicial procedures
SB 13 - Schaefer - Eliminates solid waste management districts and reduces landfill tipping fees by the amount previously used on district overhead and administration
SB 14 - Schaaf - Raises Medicaid eligibility for the aged, blind and disabled population by modifying the eligibility for pregnant women and children if tax credits are available in a federal exchange
SB 15 - Richard - Modifies provisions of law regarding certain benevolent tax credits
SB 16 - Munzlinger - Exempts farm work performed by children under 16 from certain child labor requirements
SB 17 - Munzlinger - Modifies provisions relating to education
SB 18 - Munzlinger - Requires agencies to track federal fund usage, requires political subdivisions and charter schools to disclose indebtedness, requires the Governor to report withholdings, and removes the Auditor from the Board of Fund Commissioners
SB 19 - Wasson - Extends the sunset on the residential dwelling accessibility tax credit and modifies the allocation of tax credit cap from another tax credit program to this program
SB 20 - Dixon - Modifies provisions of law regarding certain benevolent tax credits
SB 21 - Dixon - Provides the Supreme Court with the ability to transfer circuit and associate judge positions from one circuit to another
SB 22 - Dixon - Grants the authority to redraw the circuit and appellate judicial districts to the Supreme Court
SB 23 - Parson - Modifies provisions relating to taxation, economic development, political subdivisions, Kansas City public school teacher retirement, criminal law, and motor vehicles
SB 24 - Parson - Modifies provisions relating to political subdivisions, taxation, roads, emergency services, liquor, crimes, and merchandising practices
SB 25 - Parson - Creates tax credits to attract sporting events to the state
SB 26 - Kraus - Modifies provisions of law relating to taxation
SB 27 - Kraus - Establishes photo identification requirements for voting
SB 28 - Kraus - Redefines "misconduct" and "good cause" for the purposes of disqualification from unemployment benefits
SB 29 - Brown - Requires authorization for certain labor unions to use dues and fees to make political contributions and requires consent for withholding earnings from paychecks
SB 30 - Brown - Repeals all of the prevailing wage laws and modifies provisions relating to project labor agreements
SB 31 - Lamping - Increases the tax on cigarettes by twenty-six cents, modifies the state individual income tax rate, and increases the state sales and use tax by one-half percent
SB 32 - Lamping - Modifies the low-income housing and historic preservation tax credit programs and requires any increase in revenue to be applied to a decrease in the individual income tax rate
SB 33 - Lamping - Modifies provisions relating to individuals with mental disabilities and establishes Pallister-Killian Syndrome (PKS) Awareness Day
SB 34 - Cunningham - Requires the Division of Workers' Compensation to develop and maintain a workers' compensation claims database and modifies provisions relating to experience ratings for workers' compensation insurance
SB 35 - Wallingford - Creates an income tax return check-off program to provide funds for CureSearch for Children's Cancer
SB 36 - Wallingford - Modifies provisions related to juvenile offenders who have been certified as adults and found guilty in a court of general jurisdiction
SB 37 - Wallingford - Designates each March 27th as "Medical Radiation Safety Awareness Day"
SB 38 - Sifton - Institutes a lobbyist gift ban for the members of the General Assembly and their candidate committees
SB 39 - Sifton - Reauthorizes the Missouri Homestead Preservation Tax Credit program
SB 40 - Sifton - Prohibits insurers from imposing waiting periods for maternity benefits and requires coverage to begin immediately from the effective date of the policy or plan
SB 41 - Munzlinger - Modifies the laws regarding certain private nuisance actions
SB 42 - Munzlinger - Modifies provisions relating to county sheriffs, school protection officers, and creates procedures and policies for unpaid debts to county jails
SB 43 - Munzlinger - Modifies various provisions relating to transportation
SB 44 - Dixon - Allows circuit courts that reimburse the state for the salaries of family court commissioners to charge up to a twenty dollar surcharge for cases
SB 45 - Dixon - Modifies provisions relating to the prosecuting attorneys' retirement, judicial positions, DWI courts, and information management products for governmental agencies
SB 46 - Parson - Creates state and local sales and use tax exemptions for data storage centers and allows municipalities to enter into loan agreements, or sell, lease, or mortgage municipal property for a technology business facility project
SB 47 - Lamping - Adds to the list of legal guardians of a child who may receive subsidies
SB 48 - Lamping - Modifies provisions relating to the prohibition of racial considerations in adoption proceedings
SB 49 - Lamping - Modifies the criteria for determining whether a child is a special needs child for the purposes of the special needs adoption tax credit
SB 50 - Wallingford - Provides protections for Alternatives to Abortion Agencies to freely engage in religious practices
SB 51 - Munzlinger - Modifies provisions relating to the regulation of motor vehicles
SB 52 - Munzlinger - Allows law enforcement officers to charge for their services in cases disposed of by a violations bureau and creates the MODEX fund
SB 53 - Lamping - Bars entities that invest in the energy sector in Iran from contracting with the state and political subdivisions
SB 54 - Lamping - Requires the joint election of the Governor and Lieutenant Governor
SB 55 - Lamping - Amends laws relating to unsecured loans of $500 or less
SB 56 - Munzlinger - Prohibits the Department of Health and Senior Services from inspecting meat processors for criteria they have already been inspected for by the state or federal Department of Agriculture
SB 57 - Romine - Modifies provisions relating to public works contracts, city ordinances, and hospital district taxes, and limits damages in civil actions against mining companies
SB 58 - Romine - Modifies annexation procedures, allows certain cities to adopt nuisance abatement ordinances, and modifies ordinance adoption procedures in certain cities
SB 59 - Rupp - Modifies provisions relating to the regulation of the Missouri Property and Casualty Insurance Association and the Missouri Life and Health Insurance Guaranty Association
SB 60 - Rupp - Modifies the law regarding the accreditation requirements for reinsurance companies and specifies when insurers can take credit or reduce liability due to reinsurance
SB 61 - Keaveny - Requires the State Auditor to compare the costs of death penalty cases and first-degree murder cases in which the death penalty is not sought
SB 62 - Keaveny - Increases the fine for seat belt violations from $10 to $50
SB 63 - Schmitt - Requires all tax credit programs created on or after August 28, 2013, to comply with the Tax Credit Accountability Act of 2004
SB 64 - Dixon - Changes the evidentiary standard in medical malpractice cases to clear and convincing for noneconomic damages
SB 65 - Dixon - Modifies the duties and authority of the State Auditor
SB 66 - Dixon - Repeals a number of expired or obsolete committees
SB 67 - Dixon - Modifies provisions relating to higher education
SB 68 - Parson - Modifies prevailing wage determinations for third class counties
SB 69 - Keaveny - Modifies provisions relating to administrative child support orders
SB 70 - Munzlinger - Modifies the operations and procedures of the Missouri Ethics Commission
SB 71 - Parson - Requires authorization for certain labor unions to use dues and fees to make political contributions and bars them from withholding earnings from paychecks
SB 72 - Schaefer - Designates the month of May as "Motorcycle Awareness Month" and designates December 4th as "Pallister-Killian Syndrome (PKS) Day"
SB 73 - Schaefer - Modifies provisions relating to the judicial process, including provisions relating to motorcycle brake lights
SB 74 - Richard - Modifies provisions of law relating to tax increment financing and museum districts in natural disaster areas
SB 75 - Brown - Modifies provisions relating to public safety
SB 76 - Brown - Bars employers from requiring employees to engage in or cease engaging in certain labor practices
SB 77 - Lamping - Allows for certain neighborhood youth development programs to be exempt from child care licensing requirements
SB 78 - Lamping - Restricts General Assembly members from acting as lobbyists
SB 79 - Lamping - Changes the primary election date from August to June
SB 80 - Romine - Requires the Missouri Board of Nursing Home Administrators to notify, instead of mail, an applicant when it is time for license renewal
SB 81 - Schaefer - Gives the courts discretion to award attorney's fees to prevailing parties in civil actions where civil rights have been violated
SB 82 - Schaefer - Requires the Governor to call a special election if the office of Lieutenant Governor is vacated
SB 83 - Parson - Modifies provisions of law relating to political subdivisions, traffic offenses and taxation
SB 84 - Rupp - Provides for the conscience rights of individuals who provide medical services
SB 85 - McKenna - Authorizes the city of Arnold to create a utility board or utility corporation
SB 86 - Keaveny - Modifies the provisions of various public retirement plans
SB 87 - Schaaf - Modifies provisions relating to breast-feeding
SB 88 - Schaaf - Modifies provisions relating to the furnishing of medical records and hospital licensure
SB 89 - Munzlinger - Allows certain nursing home districts to establish senior housing and modifies provisions relating to health information organizations
SB 90 - McKenna - Modifies provisions relating to elections and allows council members in third class cities to serve four-year terms upon passage of ballot proposal
SB 91 - Justus - Reauthorizes the New Markets Tax Credit and creates the Missouri Angel Investment Incentive Act
SB 92 - Justus - Imposes campaign contribution limits
SB 93 - Justus - Repeals provisions making changes enacted by Senate Bill 7 (1st Ext. Sess. 2011) contingent on the passage of another act
SB 94 - Justus - Creates an advance voting system for elections
SB 95 - Justus - Requires the Department of Elementary and Secondary Education to establish a voluntary prekindergarten program
SB 96 - Justus - Prohibits discrimination based upon a person's sexual orientation or gender identity
SB 97 - Schaefer - Modifies the formula for determining how much money certain tobacco product manufacturers who are not participating in the Tobacco Master Settlement Agreement receive back from escrow funds
SB 98 - Schaefer - Modifies provisions relating to animal shelters
SB 99 - Keaveny - Modifies provisions relating to elections, printing of the official state manual, and tax ballot issues
SB 100 - Keaveny - Modifies provisions regarding bankruptcy, child custody, adoptions, and child support administrative proceedings as well as court surcharges, court costs, and judicial personnel
SB 101 - Wasson - Prohibits florists from including a geographic reference in their name or advertising if they are not physically located at that place
SB 102 - Kraus - Adds catalytic converters to the types of scrap metal requiring documentation by scrap dealers
SB 103 - Kraus - Reauthorizes the Alternative Fuel Stations Tax Credit and creates a tax credit for fleet conversions of vehicles to natural gas
SB 104 - Kraus - Requires that only one license plate be issued for all motor vehicles instead of the current two plates
SB 105 - Brown - Creates a statutory cause of action for damages against health care providers
SB 106 - Brown - Modifies various provisions relating to veterans and members of the military including the awarding of academic credit, professional licenses, and child custody rights
SB 107 - Lamping - Changes the laws regarding the firemen's retirement system of St. Louis
SB 108 - Kraus - Requires political subdivisions using automated traffic enforcement systems to distribute such fines to local school districts for transportation purposes
SB 109 - Brown - Amends various provisions regarding the licensure and inspection of hospitals
SB 110 - Brown - Establishes procedures to follow in child custody and visitation cases for military personnel
SB 111 - Emery - Prohibits any requirement that pharmacies carry a specific drug or device
SB 112 - Rupp - Modifies provisions relating to tax incentives
SB 113 - Schmitt - Modifies provisions of mandatory reporting of child sexual abuse
SB 114 - Schmitt - Modifies provisions relating to intoxicating liquor
SB 115 - Schmitt - Establishes the conditions for dissolving the Missouri Employers Mutual Insurance Company
SB 116 - Kraus - Modifies the law relating to uniformed military and overseas voters
SB 117 - Kraus - Modifies provisions relating to military affairs
SB 118 - Kraus - Authorizes the creation of veterans treatment courts
SB 119 - Emery - Creates the State Sovereignty Commission
SB 120 - Schmitt - Modifies provisions relating to tax credits and tax incentives
SB 121 - Schaefer - Modifies provisions relating to liquor control laws
SB 122 - Schaefer - Modifies provisions regarding the Sunshine Law
SB 123 - Chappelle-Nadal - Modifies provisions relating to taxes on hotels and motels in fourth class cities
SB 124 - Chappelle-Nadal - Creates the crimes of failing to stop illegal firearm possession, negligent storage of a firearm, and failure to notify a school of firearm ownership
SB 125 - Nasheed - Modifies duties of boards of education
SB 126 - Sater - Prohibits any requirement that pharmacies carry a specific drug or device
SB 127 - Sater - Modifies various public assistance provisions including MO HealthNet dental, home and community based referrals, Missouri adjusted gross income for MO HealthNet eligibility and extends Ticket-to-Work
SB 128 - Sater - Modifies the permissible uses of electronic transfer benefits (EBT) cards for food stamp and cash assistance
SB 129 - Sater - Establishes the Volunteer Health Services Act to allow for licensed health care professionals to provide volunteer services for a sponsoring organization
SB 130 - Schaefer - Increases the penalties and driver license suspension periods for those who fail to yield the right-of-way in certain instances
SB 131 - Nasheed - Provides for the expansion of MO HealthNet services beginning on January 1, 2014
SB 132 - Keaveny - Allows school districts to receive state aid for children ages three to five participating in a district-operated pre-kindergarten program
SB 133 - Keaveny - Allows school districts and charter schools to receive state aid for children ages three to five who are eligible for free and reduced lunch and are participating in a district-operated pre-kindergarten program
SB 134 - Sater - Bars employers from requiring employees to engage in or cease engaging in certain labor practices
SB 135 - Sater - Requires a newly formed Fair Ballot Commission to approve fair ballot language and ballot summary statements
SB 136 - Sater - Allows motorists to register motor vehicles triennially rather than biennially and replaces the biennial motor vehicle inspection system with a triennial motor vehicle inspection program
SB 137 - Sater - Allows and establishes procedures for counties to decrease their annual budgets when faced with an unanticipated decline in funds
SB 138 - Kraus - Modifies provisions regarding the collection of neighborhood improvement district special assessments
SB 139 - Kehoe - Modifies provisions regarding the Sunshine Law
SB 140 - Brown - Requires certain testing methods for E. coli at Missouri State Parks' swim beaches
SB 141 - Dempsey - Requires political subdivisions receiving more than 20% of their annual general operating revenues from traffic fines to send revenues in excess of such threshold to the state school system
SB 142 - Sifton - Repeals a provision requiring corporate paid-in surplus distributions to be identified as liquidating dividends
SB 143 - Walsh - Allows religious and charitable organizations to file with the Secretary of State instead of the circuit court in order to amend charters and convert to a nonprofit corporation
SB 144 - Walsh - Creates the crime of obstruction of an ethics investigation
SB 145 - Walsh - Creates an advance voting system for elections
SB 146 - Schaaf - Establishes a Prescription Drug Monitoring Program
SB 147 - Wasson - Requires a health carrier that provides coverage for prescription eye drops to cover a refill without regard to a restriction for an early refill if it is authorized by the prescribing health care provider
SB 148 - Wasson - Modifies provisions relating to the issuance of junking certificates and salvage motor vehicle titles
SB 149 - Keaveny - Modifies provisions relating to the Large Carnivore Act and creates the Nonhuman Primate Act
SB 150 - Munzlinger - Declares certain federal firearm laws unenforceable and makes it a crime for public officers, agents, and employees and licensed firearms dealers to enforce such laws
SB 151 - Curls - Changes the notice requirement to a tenant in a foreclosure action from ten days to ninety days
SB 152 - Curls - Allows judges to suspend the imposition of an adult criminal sentence for juvenile offenders
SB 153 - Curls - Requires a non-custodial parent to pay child support until the child reaches 22 years of age instead of 21 years of age
SB 154 - Richard - Modifies Missouri's valued policy statute to cover all perils covered under a policy rather than just loss caused by fire
SB 155 - Nasheed - Requires all genetically modified meat and fish raised and sold in Missouri to be labeled as genetically modified
SB 156 - Sater - Prohibits the Department of Insurance and other state agencies from applying for, accepting, or expending federal moneys relating to the implementation of the federal health care act unless authorized by law
SB 157 - Sater - Modifies provisions relating to the disposition of personal property
SB 158 - Sater - Allows foreign health insurers from selected states to issue health insurance policies in Missouri
SB 159 - Schmitt - Requires parity between the out-of-pocket expenses charged for physical therapist services and the out-of-pocket expenses charged for similar services provided by primary care physicians
SB 160 - Pearce - Requires insurers to provide coverage for eating disorders
SB 161 - Pearce - Requires actuarial analyses to be performed to determine potential costs of instituting oral anti-cancer parity and eating disorders mandate
SB 162 - Keaveny - Modifies provisions relating to criminal procedure
SB 163 - Kraus - Reauthorizes certain benevolent tax credits, prohibits further authorization of certain tax credits, and modifies historic preservation and low-income housing tax credits
SB 164 - Walsh - Protects employees from being required to disclose personal user names or passwords
SB 165 - Walsh - Enacts various regulations pertaining to contract carriers that transport railroad employees
SB 166 - Schaaf - Extends allocation of tax revenues from the nonresident entertainer and athlete tax until December 31, 2019
SB 167 - Sater - Modifies provisions relating to nursing
SB 168 - Chappelle-Nadal - Modifies the use of student assessment data when calculating a school district's performance when a school district receives students as a result of a change in district boundary lines
SB 169 - Chappelle-Nadal - Requires certain financial information to be included in a school district's bond filing and included on the ballot when voters authorize a school district bond issuance
SB 170 - Chappelle-Nadal - Allows members of public governmental bodies to cast roll call votes in a meeting if the member is participating via videoconferencing
SB 171 - Chappelle-Nadal - Provides that charter school sponsors are responsible for all expenditures associated with the closure of a charter school they sponsor
SB 172 - Chappelle-Nadal - Prohibits a workforce development agency from knowingly omitting from any bidding process an entity with whom it has a contract
SB 173 - Nasheed - Transfers governance of the St. Louis School District from the special administrative board to the elected school board when certain conditions are satisfied
SB 174 - Parson - Reduces the corporate income tax rate and modifies provisions relating to use tax nexus
SB 175 - Wallingford - Requires the physical presence of the physician who prescribed or dispensed any abortion-inducing drugs while such drug is administered
SB 176 - Schmitt - Designates the new bridge on Interstate 70 crossing the Mississippi River as the "Stan Musial Memorial Bridge" and designates a portion of Interstate 70 as the "Andy Gammon Memorial Highway"
SB 177 - Schmitt - Moves the date of the presidential primary from February to March
SB 178 - Schaaf - Modifies provisions relating to safety provisions in mental health facilities
SB 179 - Parson - Creates an income tax deduction for purchases of new homes
SB 180 - Kraus - Changes the goal of 3% of government contracts awarded to service-disabled veteran businesses to 4%, and appropriates $100,000 to veteran organizations
SB 181 - Kraus - Modifies the law relating to campaign finance, lobbying, and ethics
SB 182 - Kehoe - Eliminates state and local use taxes on motor vehicle sales and modifies state and local sales taxes on such purchases
SB 183 - Sater - Makes it a crime for a government officer to unlawfully search a person seeking access to a public venue or transportation source
SB 184 - Sater - Modifies provisions regarding the termination of alimony and maintenance payments
SB 185 - Sater - Criminalizes prenatal drug or alcohol use
SB 186 - Brown - Authorizes the release of certain information in order to identify veterans' remains and the owners of abandoned military medals, and modifies provisions relating to the registering and issuance of death certificates
SB 187 - Brown - Exempts motorcyclists age 21 and older from wearing a helmet when operating a motorcycle or motortricycle
SB 188 - Romine - Modifies provisions relating to civil commitment of sexually violent predators
SB 189 - Romine - Criminalizes the failure to vacate leased premises in a rent and possession case under chapter 535
SB 190 - Walsh - WITHDRAWN
SB 191 - Lamping - Allows the Public Service Commission to publish certain papers, studies, reports, decisions and orders electronically
SB 192 - Lamping - Designates the new bridge on Interstate 70 crossing the Mississippi River between downtown St. Louis and southwestern Illinois as the "Stan Musial Memorial Bridge"
SB 193 - Schaefer - Establishes the Advisory Council on the Education of Gifted and Talented Children and requires the State Board of Education to designate a staff person in charge of gifted and talented education
SB 194 - Schaaf - Limits the certificate of need program to only long-term care facilities
SB 195 - Keaveny - Allows school boards to establish and adopt a unique professional development program for teachers in lieu of following statutory mandates
SB 196 - Keaveny - Allows private trust companies to be examined every thirty-six months and makes alternative dispute provisions in trusts enforceable
SB 197 - Sater - Modifies current provisions relating to tuberculosis treatment and prevention and provides for meningococcal disease information
SB 198 - Chappelle-Nadal - Requires, subject to appropriations, an expansion of the variety of kosher foods approved under the Women, Infants and Children (WIC) Special Supplemental Food Program
SB 199 - Chappelle-Nadal - Requires long-term care facilities to be encouraged to institute policies encouraging familial involvement in the well-being and support of its residents
SB 200 - Chappelle-Nadal - Allows school districts and charter schools to establish and implement an age-appropriate curriculum to educate students about domestic violence and teen dating violence prevention
SB 201 - Chappelle-Nadal - Enacts a state-wide smoking ban
SB 202 - Chappelle-Nadal - Creates a crime for employers who divulge certain personal information of employees and customers
SB 203 - Chappelle-Nadal - Repeals provisions relating to unauthorized and unlawfully present aliens
SB 204 - Brown - Extends the sunset on the Wood Energy Producers Tax Credit and caps the amount of tax credits available under the program each fiscal year
SB 205 - Sater - Allows for higher education or armed services visits for children in foster care or in the Division of Youth Services and raises the age limit for foster care reentry
SB 206 - Schaaf - Designates "jumping jacks" as the official exercise of the state of Missouri
SB 207 - Kehoe - Allows electric corporations to recover costs for infrastructure replacement projects
SB 208 - Justus - Raises the age limit for when a youth may reenter into foster care
SB 209 - Justus - Creates the Missouri Tuition Equity Act
SB 210 - Lamping - Requires the Department of Elementary and Secondary Education to hold public meetings in each congressional district on the Common Core State Standards
SB 211 - Rupp - Requires the Department of Elementary and Secondary Education to develop guidelines for the training of school employees in the care needed for students with diabetes
SB 212 - Cunningham - Repeals the gross negligence exception to civil liability for members of the Missouri State Board of Chiropractic Examiners
SB 213 - Kraus - Modifies provisions of law relating to tax increment financing
SB 214 - Silvey - Modifies provisions relating to crime
SB 215 - Silvey - Modifies the Kansas City police retirement systems
SB 216 - Silvey - Prohibits political activity restrictions on first responders and modifies current political activity restrictions on the Kansas City Police Department
SB 217 - LeVota - Modifies the process for replacing stolen license plate tabs
SB 218 - LeVota - Allows for the display of the Honor and Remember flag at all state buildings and state parks
SB 219 - Sater - Modifies provisions relating to the scope of practice for physician assistants
SB 220 - Lamping - Increases the excise tax on cigarettes and reduces personal income taxes
SB 221 - Lamping - Modifies the Public School Retirement System of Missouri and the Public Education Employee Retirement System of Missouri
SB 222 - Lamping - Modifies provisions relating to domestic violence
SB 223 - Curls - Modifies provisions of the Public School Retirement System of Kansas City
SB 224 - Curls - Modifies provisions relating to crimes and law enforcement officers and agencies
SB 225 - Curls - Modifies laws regarding educational parental support for higher education
SB 226 - Schaefer - Modifies the standards for determining when a person is in need of mental health detention and evaluation
SB 227 - LeVota - Charges the Attorney General with administering and enforcing ethics laws and imposes campaign contribution limits
SB 228 - Holsman - Authorizes the establishment of urban agricultural zones
SB 229 - Brown - Modifies provisions relating to the Mental Health Employment Disqualification Registry
SB 230 - Brown - Establishes Chloe's Law which requires newborn screenings for critical congenital heart disease
SB 231 - Munzlinger - Modifies tax refund and lottery setoff procedure for unpaid healthcare expenses
SB 232 - Wallingford - Makes permanent several alternative retirement provisions for members of the Public School Retirement System and Public Education Employee Retirement System
SB 233 - Sater - Establishes a Prescription Drug Monitoring Program
SB 234 - Wasson - Requires an applicant for a marital and family therapist license to show a master's or doctoral degree from a Commission on Accreditation for Marriage and Family Therapy accredited program
SB 235 - Cunningham - Modifies the law relating to residential real estate loan reporting
SB 236 - Parson - Provides that a Highway Patrol fund include money for the maintenance of Highway Patrol vehicles, watercraft, and aircraft and be used for the maintenance of such items
SB 237 - Emery - Exempts certain telecommunications companies from Public Service Commission price caps
SB 238 - Emery - Bars employers from requiring employees to engage in or cease engaging in certain labor practices
SB 239 - Emery - Prohibits school districts from requiring a student to use certain radio frequency identification devices and extends authorization for teacher certification based on American Board for Certification of Teacher Exellence certification
SB 240 - Lager - Modifies provisions relating to ratemaking for gas corporations
SB 241 - Lager - Creates the Uniform Wireless Communications Infrastructure Deployment Act and modifies provisions relating to utility right-of-way
SB 242 - Kehoe - Modifies the law relating to the sale or provision of certain commodities by certain school officials of seven- director districts that are located in a first class county
SB 243 - Brown - Makes second degree sexual misconduct a class D felony if the offender was incarcerated in a Department of Corrections facility at the time of the crime
SB 244 - Schaefer - Modifies provisions relating to the registering and issuance of death certificates
SB 245 - Justus - Modifies the Sheriff's Retirement Fund court surcharge, and adds law school clinics to the list of entities who may qualify for a court cost waiver
SB 246 - Walsh - Creates the Missouri Juneteenth Heritage and Jazz Festival and Memorial Fund and changes the distribution of funds from the professional athletes and entertainers tax
SB 247 - Walsh - Abolishes the death penalty and provides that any person sentenced to death before August 28, 2013 must be sentenced to life imprisonment without parole
SB 248 - Wasson - Modifies provisions relating to neighborhood improvement districts and delinquent property taxes
SB 249 - Nasheed - Requires children in the St. Louis City School District and Kansas City School District to attend school at age five
SB 250 - Schaaf - Modifies provisions relating to the crime of possession of child pornography
SB 251 - Kraus - Updates provisions relating to public assistance fraud and abuse
SB 252 - Kraus - Modifies provisions relating to the Department of Revenue, including provisions that prohibit the Department from retaining copies of source documents used to obtain driver's licenses
SB 253 - Justus - Modifies provisions relating to criminal law
SB 254 - Pearce - Raises the fees a lender can charge for certain loans
SB 255 - Schmitt - Removes the Director of the Division of Workers' Compensation as a member of the Administrative Law Judge Review Committee
SB 256 - Silvey - Modifies provisions relating to child abuse and neglect including the Safe Place for Newborns Act
SB 257 - Silvey - Modifies provisions contained in the Port Improvement District Act
SB 258 - LeVota - Reduces the membership of the Kansas City School District board of education and changes the election date for board members
SB 259 - Schaaf - Modifies provisions related to infectious diseases reported to the Department of Health and Senior Services
SB 260 - Brown - Establishes a negotiation and arbitration procedure to determine the reimbursement level for health care services provided by nonparticipating providers at participating facilities and prohibits balance billing under certain circumstances
SB 261 - Rupp - Requires the State Tax Commission to assign a hearing officer within 60 days of appeals from boards of equalization
SB 262 - Curls - Modifies various provisions relating to health insurance
SB 263 - Curls - 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
SB 264 - Dempsey - Allows owners of property in a residential subdivision to file a petition seeking to have their subdivision excluded from a fire protection district
SB 265 - Nieves - Prohibits the state and political subdivisions from implementing policies affecting property rights and from entering into certain relationships with organizations
SB 266 - Nieves - Prohibits health care professionals from entering information about firearm ownership into medical records and school employees from asking students about guns in the home
SB 267 - Nieves - Specifies how courts may rule in contractual disputes involving the law of other countries
SB 268 - Nieves - Repeals authority for political subdivisions to regulate open carrying of firearms and requires certain local ordinances to incorporate statutory justifications
SB 269 - Nieves - Modifies the use of the Capitol complex grounds by non-public entities
SB 270 - Nieves - Prohibits state enforcement of provisions of the National Defense Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 2012
SB 271 - Nieves - Requires 911 operators to receive training regarding self-defense and defense of others
SB 272 - Nieves - Allows contractors who install fire sprinkler systems to apply for a certificate of registration
SB 273 - Wallingford - Requires certain crime scene materials to be considered closed records under Missouri's Sunshine Law
SB 274 - Walsh - Establishes mandatory wage reporting for the purposes of determining the prevailing wage
SB 275 - Walsh - Requires a water supply district located in St. Charles County to be regulated by the Public Service Commission and modifies eligibility criteria for energy efficiency incentive programs offered by electric companies to low income customers
SB 276 - Emery - Allows students to enroll in another school district or charter school for purposes of attending virtual courses or programs
SB 277 - Holsman - Establishes the Missouri Energy Efficiency Performance Standard
SB 278 - Kehoe - Establishes psychological stress of paid peace officers of a police department as an occupational disease
SB 279 - Kehoe - Modifies provisions relating to the retirement systems for state officers and employees
SB 280 - Wasson - Designates a bridge on United States Highway 65 in Greene County as the "Missouri Fallen Soldiers Memorial Bridge"
SB 281 - Wasson - Prohibits health carriers from contractually requiring dentists to provide non-covered dental services at an established fee
SB 282 - Wasson - Modifies various provisions relating to the regulation of motor vehicles
SB 283 - Parson - Requires county treasurer and collector candidates to provide the election authority with a signed affidavit indicating they can meet bond requirements for the office
SB 284 - Sifton - Changes the requirements for school anti-bullying policies
SB 285 - Romine - Allows certain law enforcement agencies access to electronic monitoring information regarding sexually violent predators
SB 286 - Romine - Modifies the Mark Twain Highway designation and designates an additional portion of Interstate 70 as the "Andy Gammon Memorial Highway"
SB 287 - Rupp - Modifies Missouri's captive insurance law to allow for the formation of sponsored captive insurance companies and other ancillary matters
SB 288 - Lamping - Changes provisions regarding the defined contribution retirement plan for employees of certain higher education institutions
SB 289 - Sifton - Modifies the provisions which require an applicant's Social Security number when applying for a professional license renewal
SB 290 - Walsh - Modifies numerous provisions relating to campaign finance
SB 291 - Rupp - Requires the Office of Administration to set a goal of awarding at least 3% of contracts to businesses with disabled employees
SB 292 - Rupp - Allows for a refund for workers' compensation tax overpayments
SB 293 - Pearce - Removes the expiration date on the authority of certain public higher education institutions to transfer real property, except in fee simple, without General Assembly authorization
SB 294 - Schmitt - Modifies provisions relating to utilities
SB 295 - Lager - Prohibits a political subdivision from restricting a firefighter from engaging in certain political activities
SB 296 - Lager - Allows the governing body of any state college or university to establish regulations to control vehicular traffic on campus through college or university police officers
SB 297 - Lager - Modifies provisions related to water utilities
SB 298 - Holsman - Creates a method for publicly financing election campaigns for legislative and statewide candidates and caps contributions to political party committees
SB 299 - Holsman - Establishes the Capital Green Program to provide funding for energy efficiency improvements to certain state buildings
SB 300 - Holsman - Adds home nursing visits for at-risk newborns as a covered MO HealthNet service
SB 301 - McKenna - Modifies the law relating to the prevailing wage
SB 302 - Wasson - Modifies provisions regarding medications, the regulation of food production, and contracts between health carriers and optometrists
SB 303 - Wasson - Adds four classes of pharmacy permits
SB 304 - Wasson - Allows the Board of Healing Arts to indefinitely restrict an athletic trainer's license or revoke a license
SB 305 - Wasson - Specifies examination requirements for physicians who graduated before or after January 1, 1994
SB 306 - Wasson - Allows the Board of Pharmacy to test the drugs possessed by licensees
SB 307 - Schaaf - Prohibits contractual provisions that restrict the disclosure of contractual payment amounts between providers and health carriers under certain circumstances
SB 308 - Schaaf - Requires health benefit plans to establish equal out-of-pocket requirements for oral anticancer medications and intravenously administered chemotherapy medications
SB 309 - Schaaf - Prohibits certain types of public benefit corporations from entering into agreements to operate health insurance exchanges
SB 310 - Nasheed - Creates a petition process for the expungement of records relating to certain criminal offenses
SB 311 - Nasheed - Creates the Parental Involvement Act to allow parents to petition to convert a public school using a school turnaround model or into a charter school
SB 312 - LeVota - Prohibits retired judges or state employees from collecting retirement benefits while subsequently employed by a Missouri city, town, county, or village
SB 313 - LeVota - Increases the $2 surcharge for criminal cases in cities or counties with domestic violence shelters to $4
SB 314 - Wallingford - Modifies the provisions which require an applicant's Social Security number when applying for a professional license renewal
SB 315 - Pearce - Eliminates the expiration of a requirement for counties to deposit certain amounts into the assessment fund
SB 316 - Parson - Creates a court surcharge in municipal traffic violation cases
SB 317 - Romine - Allows proof of financial responsibility and other insurance-related documents to be provided or presented through electronic means
SB 318 - Rupp - Modifies provisions relating to abortion reporting and recordkeeping
SB 319 - Rupp - Allows proof of financial responsibility to be displayed via an image on mobile electronic device and allows certain policies and endorsements to be posted on an insurer's website
SB 320 - Schaefer - Modifies the composition of the University of Missouri Board of Curators
SB 321 - Schaefer - Creates a home inspector licensing board and procedures for licensing home inspectors
SB 322 - Dixon - Provides immunity for law enforcement officers from personal civil liability
SB 323 - Dixon - Creates the Missouri Works Program and eliminates or modifies certain other economic development programs
SB 324 - Wallingford - Regulates the sale of travel insurance and establishes a limited lines travel insurance producer licensure system
SB 325 - Nieves - Declares the General Assembly's position on the authority of the federal government, declares as invalid certain federal gun laws, and prohibits the enforcement of such laws
SB 326 - McKenna - Exempts railroad crew members of a locomotive or train being operated upon rails from Missouri's driver's license law
SB 327 - Dixon - Modifies provisions relating to electronic monitoring of criminal defendants and DWI courts
SB 328 - Brown - Authorizes charities to utilize sweepstakes terminal devices on their premises
SB 329 - Brown - Modifies the definition of eggs
SB 330 - Wasson - Modifies provisions relating to professional licenses
SB 331 - Schmitt - Creates procedures for the collection of restitution through the office of the prosecuting or circuit attorney
SB 332 - Libla - Modifies provisions relating to the employment and evaluation of teachers
SB 333 - Silvey - Reauthorizes and modifies provisions relating to the Qualified Research Expenses Tax Credit
SB 334 - Sifton - Requires that any person, corporation, or utility who wishes to acquire fifty percent or more of the total stock issued by the water or sewer corporation to get permission from the Public Service Commission
SB 335 - Sifton - Merges water and sewer corporations into one group of public utilities for assessment purposes
SB 336 - Walsh - Allows debtors facing nonjudicial foreclosure to chose mediation or judicial foreclosure as alternatives
SB 337 - Sater - Bans the sale of tobacco-derived and vapor products to minors
SB 338 - Romine - Modifes provisions relating to correctional treatment programs for offenders who are under the age of 18
SB 339 - Romine - Establishes the Missouri Works Training Program and modifies provisions relating to unemployment compensation
SB 340 - Schmitt - Modifies provisons relating to tax refund setoffs
SB 341 - Schmitt - Repeals a reference to an obsolete section of law
SB 342 - Parson - Modifies provisions relating to agriculture
SB 343 - Parson - Establishes that real estate loans shall be governed only by state and federal law
SB 344 - Parson - Requires the Department of Elementary and Secondary Education to issue an annual report card for each public school that rates the school with a grade of A, B, C, D, or F
SB 345 - Lamping - WITHDRAWN
SB 346 - Curls - Modifies the eligibility requirements for food stamp assistance
SB 347 - Nasheed - Makes the offense of nonsupport an infraction rather than a class A misdemeanor or class D felony
SB 348 - LeVota - Requires health carriers to file their premium rates and accompanying information with the Department of Insurance for approval
SB 349 - LeVota - Provides for the expansion of MO HealthNet services beginning on January 1, 2014
SB 350 - Dempsey - Eliminates the renter's portion of the Senior Citizens Property Tax Credit and creates the Missouri Senior Services Protection Fund
SB 351 - Lager - Mandates that judges must disqualify themselves from hearing a proceeding in certain situations
SB 352 - Lager - Prohibits a governmental body from offering an exchange program for firearms unless an ordinance is adopted requiring the sale or trade of each firearm to a licensed dealer
SB 353 - Lager - Modifies the law relating to the Missouri Human Rights Act and employment discrimination
SB 354 - Schmitt - Prohibits merchants from charging credit or debit card surcharge fees
SB 355 - Munzlinger - Changes the court surcharge which is paid to the sheriffs' retirement fund from three dollars to two dollars
SB 356 - Kehoe - Terminates a manufacturer's liability when a product is materially altered by a person not in the business of selling the product
SB 357 - Romine - Modifies the law relating to mechanics' liens for rental machinery and equipment
SB 358 - Holsman - Exempts industrial hemp from the list of controlled substances and specifies that it is legal for anyone who has not been convicted of a drug-related crime to cultivate such hemp
SB 359 - LeVota - Allows local school boards to adopt a year-round educational program
SB 360 - Rupp - Modifies the terms that a public sewer district must abide by before disconnecting a customer's service due to an unpaid balance
SB 361 - Rupp - Modifies the pH level that wastewater treatment facilities must maintain
SB 362 - Chappelle-Nadal - Licenses clinical laboratory personnel
SB 363 - Chappelle-Nadal - Establishes the Residential Electronic Products Recycling and Reuse Act and repeals the Manufacturer Responsibility and Consumer Convenience Equipment Collection and Recovery Act
SB 364 - Parson - Modifies the title insurance law with respect to the performance of escrow, settlement, or closing services by title insurers, agencies, and agents
SB 365 - Parson - Modifies what is a considered to be a franchise between alcohol wholesalers and suppliers
SB 366 - Lamping - Creates the Rebuild Damaged Infrastructure Program, transfers moneys between certain funds, and creates a tax exemption for disaster relief services
SB 367 - Walsh - Creates a right to unpaid leave for employees that are affected by domestic violence
SB 368 - Holsman - Prohibits certain property associations from barring the installation of solar energy systems
SB 369 - LeVota - Requires reporting and creates crimes related to counterfeit, fake, diluted, or black market drugs
SB 370 - Wasson - Adds additional causes for which the Board of Nursing may file a complaint, and allows the Board to request an emergency suspension of a license
SB 371 - Munzlinger - Modifies provisions relating to agriculture
SB 372 - Munzlinger - Provides that state employees can keep firearms in their vehicles on state property and modifies provisions related to training requirements for concealed carry endorsements
SB 373 - Munzlinger - Modifies fees relating to agricultural weights and measures
SB 374 - Nieves - Modifies provisions relating to the management and maintenance of museums
SB 375 - Nieves - Establishes the paper ballot as the official ballot and requires audits before election certification
SB 376 - Sater - Allows hospital districts to permit higher education institutions to use space for health care education or training
SB 377 - Dixon - Modifies penalties for first degree murder when the person was under the age of 18 at the time of committing the offense
SB 378 - Pearce - Modifies provisions of the A+ Program, Bright Flight Scholarship Program, and the Access Missouri Financial Assistance Program
SB 379 - Keaveny - Modifies provisions relating to the Distressed Areas Land Assemblage Tax Credit
SB 380 - Kraus - Modifies provisions relating to criminal offenders participating in Department of Corrections' 120-day programs and sexual offender assessment programs
SB 381 - Kraus - Creates the Innovation Education Campus Fund and recognizes the University of Central Missouri's Missouri Innovation Campus
SB 382 - Kraus - Changes the rates of tax on personal and corporate income
SB 383 - Wallingford - Modifies the Missouri Public Prompt Payment Act and the law relating to public works projects
SB 384 - Rupp - Modifies the law relating to personal guarantee loans
SB 385 - Rupp - Modifies the law relating to campaign finance
SB 386 - LeVota - Modifies the law relating to election authorities and county committee elections
SB 387 - Nasheed - Reduces the fiscal year cap and extends the sunset on the Film Production Tax Credit
SB 388 - Curls - Regulates certain contracts for the sale of residential real estate
SB 389 - Curls - Provides a process for the Parole Board to review the case histories of offenders serving more than 15 years in prison and recommend clemency or allow release on parole
SB 390 - Chappelle-Nadal - Requires any school board that sponsors a charter school to use an estimate of the district's current year weighted average daily attendance
SB 391 - Dixon - Codifies the common law remedy of civil contempt for failure to comply with child support orders
SB 392 - Dixon - Allows certain exempt higher education institutions to receive state recognition from the Coordinating Board for Higher Education
SB 393 - Libla - Requires an ultrasound to be conducted and reviewed with the pregnant woman prior to the 24-hour waiting period for an abortion
SB 394 - Silvey - Creates state and local sales and use tax exemptions for data storage centers and allows municipalities to enter into loan agreements, or sell, lease, or mortgage municipal property for a technology business facility project
SB 395 - Kraus - Modifies the membership of the county political party committees in Jackson County
SB 396 - Holsman - Creates the Electrical Corporation Net Metering and Easy Connection Act and modifies the renewable energy standard
SB 397 - Holsman - Allows motorists to donate $1 to the World War I Memorial Trust Fund to fund the National World War I Memorial in Kansas City and transfers all moneys in the World War II Memorial Trust Fund to the newly established World War I Memorial Trust Fund
SB 398 - Holsman - Extends the expiration of an income tax deduction for energy efficiency audits and projects to December 31, 2019
SB 399 - Holsman - Recognizes the Missouri Korean War Veterans Memorial located in Kansas City as the official Korean War Memorial of the state of Missouri
SB 400 - Holsman - Modifies provisions relating to the renewable energy standard
SB 401 - Rupp - Modifies provisions pertaining to health insurance
SB 402 - Rupp - Modifies provisions relating to insurer market conduct examinations, revises the process for approving certain policy forms, and incorporates several of the NAIC revisions to the Model Insurance Holding Company System Regulatory Act and Regulation
SB 403 - Rupp - Allows health maintenance organizations to issue policies with deductibles and requires navigators to be licensed.
SB 404 - Munzlinger - Modifies laws relating to emergency vehicle lighting and tow trucks, and requires the Highway Patrol to establish a rotation list procedure for requests for towing services
SB 405 - Sater - Excludes money placed in an irrevocable personal funeral trust from being considered as an asset when determining eligibility for public assistance
SB 406 - Wallingford - Prohibits health carriers from requiring prior authorization for serious and urgent conditions and requires certain health benefit determinations to be made within 4 hours rather than 2 working days
SB 407 - Wallingford - Makes all of an individual's federal income tax liability deductible on their state taxes
SB 408 - Emery - Modifies provisions relating to elementary and secondary education
SB 409 - Keaveny - Modifies provisions relating to first degree murder
SB 410 - Kehoe - Renames Linn State Technical College as "State Technical College of Missouri" effective July 1, 2014
SB 411 - Kehoe - Modifies Missouri's commercial motor vehicle law to conform with Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration regulations
SB 412 - Kehoe - Prohibits beer manufacturers and liquor wholesalers from owning certain interests in each other
SB 413 - Wasson - Adds comprehensive day services rehabilitation as a covered service under the MO HealthNet
SB 414 - Dixon - Modifies provisions relating to the legal defense of indigent persons
SB 415 - Dixon - Allows Greene County or any city within the county to impose a sales tax, upon voter approval, to fund early childhood education education
SB 416 - Dixon - Modifies provisions relating to the Department of Natural Resources
SB 417 - Lager - Modifies provisions relating to the Department of Natural Resources
SB 418 - Lager - Regulates the crossing of railroad rights-of-ways by certain utilities
SB 419 - Lager - Allows the Governor to convey certain state properties to the State Highways and Transportation Commission
SB 420 - Lager - Modifies provisions relating to renewable energy
SB 421 - Walsh - Requires certain individuals to receive the meningococcal conjugate vaccine
SB 422 - Curls - Designates a portion of Interstate 70 in Independence as the "Clifton J. Scott Memorial Highway"
SB 423 - Nasheed - Requires the Supervisor of Parking Meters in the city of St. Louis to supervise a parking division rather than a parking enforcement division and a parking meter division
SB 424 - Nasheed - Requires jail employees to report abuse against offenders to the sheriff and makes failure to report a class A misdemeanor
SB 425 - Nasheed - Allows debtors facing nonjudicial foreclosure to chose mediation or judicial foreclosure as alternatives
SB 426 - Nasheed - Creates a pilot program for support of nonprofit math and science tutoring centers in St. Louis City
SB 427 - Sifton - Restricts the Department of Elementary and Secondary Education from including certain data from neglected children and delinquent children in the aggregate data of a school district
SB 428 - Sifton - Creates a Homeless Bill of Rights and prohibits discrimination based on housing status
SB 429 - Chappelle-Nadal - Authorizes the cities of Edmundson and Woodson Terrace to charge a transient guest tax
SB 430 - Chappelle-Nadal - Modifies provisions relating to adult day care programs
SB 431 - Cunningham - Allows members of electric cooperatives to participate in certain meetings by mail or electronic means
SB 432 - Cunningham - Modifies provisions relating to food preparation for charitable purposes
SB 433 - Lamping - Bars state contract recipients from making certain campaign contributions during the duration of the contract and for two years after completion of such contract
SB 434 - Lamping - Bars tax credit recipients from making certain campaign contributions for two years
SB 435 - McKenna - Modifies provisions that disqualify candidates from public office
SB 436 - McKenna - Modifies provisions relating to small business incubators
SB 437 - Pearce - Creates a model for funding the state's public institutions of higher education
SB 438 - Munzlinger - Allows certain agricultural fees to be used for research outside of the Missouri Agricultural Experiment Station so long as the research relates to the value and proper use of fertilizer
SB 439 - Munzlinger - Requires that diesel fuel pumps at retail and wholesale establishments have pump handles that are primary green in color
SB 440 - Munzlinger - Bans consumer loans for the purchase of the proceeds of a consumer's legal action
SB 441 - Dempsey - Creates a transient guest tax exemption for entities providing disaster relief services
SB 442 - Silvey - Allows a property owner to authorize a collector to assign a property tax lien to a third party
SB 443 - Silvey - Allows certain local city hospitals to become nonprofit corporations upon a vote of the people or the adoption of a resolution by the hospital's board of trustees
SB 444 - Schaaf - Requires certain state agencies to update and verify the accuracy of the information on the respective websites, as the websites pertain to health care
SB 445 - Wasson - Requires homeowner insurance companies to offer sinkhole coverage
SB 446 - Brown - Provides that the Department of Economic Development shall disburse development grants to rural regional development groups
SB 447 - Brown - Allows for a local hospital to abolish the current property taxes authorized to fund hospital operations and establish a sales tax for such operations instead
SB 448 - Schmitt - Allows the circuit court of the city of St. Louis to create of a special armed offender docket
SB 449 - Romine - Creates a phased in personal income deduction for business income
SB 450 - Justus - Modifies provisions relating to sexual education
SB 451 - Justus - Allows a party to petition the court to have civil court records removed from an automated case management system
SB 452 - Justus - Gives the family courts original jurisdiction to hear guardianship cases
SB 453 - Cunningham - Requires state and contracted correctional health care systems to implement certain billing technologies and services
SB 454 - Nieves - Requires county assessors to use a specified single nationally recognized guide to determine the value of a motor vehicle for personal property tax assessment purposes
SB 455 - Nieves - Removes the August 28, 2014 termination date for individuals to obtain teacher certification based on certification by the American Board for Certification of Teacher Excellence
SB 456 - Parson - Provides for the expiration of certain changes to the MO HealthNet Program if enacted
SB 457 - Parson - Bars any state employee's salary from exceeding the Governor's salary
SB 458 - Kehoe - Reduces duration of state unemployment benefits until December 31, 2013
SB 459 - Kehoe - Requires that the Public Service Commission use the revenue allocation method in rate cases involving electric corporations
SB 460 - Kehoe - Designates a portion of U.S. Highway 69 in Clay County as the "Irvine O. Hockaday, Jr. Highway"
SB 461 - Wallingford - Provides an alternative method for calculating Missouri taxable income for corporations
SB 462 - Schaefer - Authorizes circuit clerks to collect a surcharge for processing garnishments
SB 463 - Schaefer - Allows Boone County to adopt regulations to control the minimum standards for occupancy for residential units and to develop a program for licensing and inspecting the units
SB 464 - Schaefer - Requires approval by the General Assembly before the Board of Public Buildings may issue revenue bonds for state office buildings
SB 465 - Schaefer - Creates an amnesty program for state taxes due as of December 31, 2012
SB 466 - Schaefer - Requires that all donation receptacles have the name and contact information of the receptacle owner and that the owner has permission from the property owner where the receptacle is located
SB 467 - Schaefer - Requires the General Assembly to consider youth smoking statistics when appropriating money from the Life Sciences Research Fund
SB 468 - Schaefer - Allows for a local hospital to abolish the current property taxes authorized to fund hospital operations and establish a sales tax for such operations instead
SB 469 - Chappelle-Nadal - Creates the crimes of failing to stop illegal weapon possession, negligent storage of a weapon, and failure to notify a school of weapon ownership
SB 470 - Rupp - Modifies the law relating to campaign finance
SB 471 - Rupp - Modifies provisions regarding the publishing of the Missouri statutes by the Revisor of Statutes
SB 472 - Rupp - Removes the responsibility of the Division of Employment Security to administer the Missouri state employment services operation
SB 473 - Lamping - Modifies Missouri Health Care Freedom Act by prohibiting the state from implementing a health insurance exchange, prohibiting insurers from accepting remuneration that may result in penalties, and prescribing duties of the Attorney General for enforcement of the act
SB 474 - Lamping - Modifies provisions relating to school facilities and equipment
SB 475 - Lamping - Mandates that certain state retirement plans shall be one hundred percent funded in five years
SB 476 - Lamping - Requires the board of trustees of the Public School Retirement System of Missouri to establish a defined contribution plan for members hired on or after July 1, 2014
SB 477 - Lamping - Requires the boards of the Missouri State Employees' Retirement System and the Missouri Department of Transportation and Highway Patrol Employees' Retirement System to create a defined contribution retirement plan for new employees
SB 478 - Lamping - Provides that certain legal material published electronically must be authenticated and preserved
SB 479 - Dixon - Repeals a section of law relating to prepaid legal service plans
SB 480 - Richard - Modifies provisions relating to local health departments
SB 481 - Rupp - Authorizes gaming establishments to provide lines of credit
SB 482 - Nasheed - Mandates that the city of St. Louis must create a special armed offender docket
SB 483 - Nasheed - Establishes alternative procedures for public schools, modifies the School Flex Program, and creates the Missouri Credit Flex Program
SB 484 - Cunningham - Modifies various provisions relating to the regulation of motor vehicle dealers
SCR 1 - Dempsey - Appointment of an Inaugural Committee
SRM 1 - Emery - Relating to personal protected information
SCR 2 - Richard - Directs the State Historical Society of Missouri to develop plans to commemorate and celebrate the State of Missouri's bicentennial
SCR 3 - Walsh - Recognizes September 26th as Mesothelioma Awareness Day in Missouri
SCR 4 - Schmitt - Establishes the Joint Interim Committee on Funding for Elementary and Secondary Education to study the elementary and secondary education foundation formula
SCR 5 - Lamping - Urges the federal government to stop the Affordable Care Act's disproportionate share hospital (DSH) payment reductions
SCR 6 - Justus - Urges ratification of the Equal Rights Amendment to the United States Constitution
SCR 7 - Pearce - Urges Congress to support greater domestic development of North American sources of oil and approve the Keystone XL pipeline project
SCR 8 - Sifton - Urges the Department of Natural Resources to require groundwater monitoring of new and existing coal ash ponds and require clean-up at leaking coal ash ponds
SCR 9 - Justus - Endorses Taiwan's participation in the International Civil Aviation Organization
SCR 10 - Chappelle-Nadal - Urges Congress to treat immigrants with dignity and respect in changing federal immigration policy
SCR 11 - Chappelle-Nadal - Urges the United States Congress to transfer authority for the remediation of the West Lake Landfill radioactive wastes from the EPA to the Corps of Engineers' Formerly Utilized Sites Remedial Action Program
SCR 12 - Lamping - Urges the Missouri congressional delegation to lead efforts to strengthen federal laws and protect our national borders
SCR 13 - Brown - Urges the U.S. Department of Defense to reconsider the reduction and realignment of Army forces at Fort Leonard Wood
SCR 14 - Keaveny - Directs the Oversight Division of the Committee on Legislative Research to conduct a comprehensive study of the costs of the death penalty
SCR 15 - Romine - Establishes the Missouri Lead Industry Employment, Economic Development and Environmental Remediation Task Force
SJR 1 - Lager - Grants the General Assembly the power to limit by statute jury awards of noneconomic damages
SJR 2 - Lager - Amends the Constitution to limit general revenue appropriations and mandate state income tax rate reductions in certain situations
SJR 3 - Schaefer - Amends the Constitution to provide the authority for a Fifth State Building Bond issue
SJR 4 - Lamping - Requires the joint election of the Governor and Lieutenant Governor beginning in the year 2016
SJR 5 - Lamping - Requires the legislative session to end in late March rather than mid-May, beginning with the 99th General Assembly in 2017
SJR 6 - Kraus - Allows for photographic identification for voting
SJR 7 - Dixon - Modifies provisions regarding members and meetings of Missouri Senate and House of Representatives apportionment commissions
SJR 8 - Dixon - Removes obsolete language and adds that judges from the Court of Appeals shall serve as a reapportionment commission
SJR 9 - Emery - Requires the Senate to try all impeachments except for the impeachment of the Governor, which shall be tried by the Chief Justice of the Missouri Supreme Court
SJR 10 - Nasheed - Limits the total service in the General Assembly to sixteen years in any proportion between the Senate and the House of Representatives
SJR 11 - Curls - Increases the amount of time for repaying the Budget Reserve Fund, when funds from the Budget Reserve Fund are appropriated due to a disaster, or the Governor's reduction of the state's expenditures
SJR 12 - Sater - Modifies the terms and composition of the Conservation Commission
SJR 13 - Chappelle-Nadal - Makes St. Louis city a part of St. Louis county
SJR 14 - Schaefer - Modifies constitutional provisions regarding the right to keep and bear arms
SJR 15 - Schaaf - Modifies the Constitution to allow for propensity evidence in prosecutions for crimes of a sexual nature involving a victim under the age of eighteen
SJR 16 - Kehoe - Imposes a temporary one cent sales and use tax for transportation purposes
SJR 17 - Nieves - Prohibits Missouri state government from recognizing, enforcing, or acting in furtherance of certain actions of the federal government
SJR 18 - Schmitt - Modifies provisions relating to meetings of apportionment commissions and prohibits commission members from serving in General Assembly for six years after service on commission
SJR 19 - Lager - Proposes a constitutional amendment to create term limits for all statewide elected officials
SJR 20 - Curls - Authorizes the creation of Show-me Small Business Districts
SJR 21 - LeVota - Proposes a constitutional amendment to replace the Highways and Transportation Commission with a Director of Transportation
SJR 22 - Parson - Proposes a constitutional amendment affirming the right of farmers and ranchers to engage in modern farming and ranching practices
SJR 23 - Cunningham - Removes duties of the Lieutenant Governor regarding the Missouri Senate
SJR 24 - Emery - Replaces income taxes with an increased sales and use tax
SR 9 - Dempsey - Revises Senate Rules 25, 28 and 60
SR 62 - Kehoe - Use of the Chamber/Girls State
SR 63 - Kehoe - Use of the Chamber/MO Catholic Conference
SR 64 - Dempsey - Notice of Proposed Rule change, Rule 44
SR 65 - Dempsey - Notice of Proposed Rule Change, Rule 82
SR 66 - Dempsey - Notice of Proposed Rule change, Rule 80
SR 82 - Dempsey - Notice of Proposed Rule change, Rule 25
SR 237 - Richard - Employee Resolution
SR 381 - Munzlinger - Urges Congress to modify the nutritional guidelines associated with certain public assistance programs
SR 409 - Schmitt - Use of the Chamber/Governor's Council on Developmental Disabilities
SR 469 - Kehoe - Use of the Chamber - YMCA Youth in Leadership
SR 672 - Kehoe - Use of the Chamber/Silver Haired Legislature
SR 777 - Chappelle-Nadal - Use of the Chamber/21st Century Leadership Academy
Senate Bills: 484
Senate Concurrent Resolutions: 15
Senate Joint Resolutions: 24
Senate Resolutions: 13

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