Missouri State Senate

2015 Senate Bills


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SB 1 - Pearce - Modifies provisions relating to elementary and secondary education
SB 2 - Pearce - Establishes campaign contributions for individuals and political party committees
SB 3 - Pearce - Expands ban on using cell phones while driving to all drivers and to include telephone calls
SB 4 - Schmitt - Increases the amount of the personal income tax cut and the business income deduction in current law
SB 5 - Schmitt - Modifies distribution of traffic fines and court costs collected by municipal courts
SB 6 - Keaveny - Modifies provisions relating to state funding for education
SB 7 - Keaveny - Repeals the separate calculation used for hold-harmless school districts with an average daily attendance of 350 or less
SB 8 - Schaaf - Prohibits enforcement of any contractual provision that prevents disclosure of the contractual payment amount for health care services
SB 9 - Schaaf - Modifies the duties and powers of the Joint Committee on MO HealthNet
SB 10 - Schaaf - Modifies provisions relating to health care facility infection reporting
SB 11 - Richard - Modifies the law relating to the ethical behavior of public officials and lobbyists
SB 12 - Munzlinger - Modifies provisions relating to agriculture
SB 13 - Munzlinger - Modifies provisions relating to career and technical education
SB 14 - Munzlinger - Requires all departments and divisions of the state, including statewide offices, to post copies of contracts entered into for the provision of legal services from outside firms on the Missouri Accountability Portal
SB 15 - Dixon - Creates the Study Commission on State Tax Policy
SB 16 - Dixon - Prohibits gubernatorial appointees from serving more than sixty days after the expiration of their term of office
SB 17 - Dixon - Changes intersectional references relating to court costs
SB 18 - Kraus - Requires the Department of Revenue to notify sellers if there is a change in sales tax law interpretation
SB 19 - Kraus - Creates a new method of allocating corporate income between states for tax purposes
SB 20 - Kraus - Creates a sales and use tax exemption for materials and utilities used by commercial laundries
SB 21 - Chappelle-Nadal - Modifies and enacts provisions relating to law enforcement officers
SB 22 - Chappelle-Nadal - Modifies provisions relating to elementary and secondary education
SB 23 - 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 24 - Sater - Modifies provisions of law relating to the Temporary Assistance for Needy Families Program and the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program
SB 25 - Sater - Creates a tax credit based on the number of the taxpayer's dependent children
SB 26 - Sater - Establishes requirements for authorized entities to stock epinephrine (EPI) auto-injectors for use in emergencies
SB 27 - Emery - Modifies provisions relating to elementary and secondary education
SB 28 - Emery - Requires the State Board of Education to develop a simplified annual school report card for each school attendance center using a letter grade of A to F
SB 29 - Emery - Modifies provisions relating to the employment of teachers in school districts
SB 30 - Cunningham - Increases the penalty for knowingly allowing a minor to drink or possess alcohol or failing to stop a minor from drinking or possessing alcohol
SB 31 - Cunningham - Requires a probation officer to notify the prosecutor if he or she has probable cause to believe a probationer has violated a condition of probation
SB 32 - Cunningham - Creates a sales and use tax exemption for used manufactured homes
SB 33 - Wallingford - Modifies provisions relating to inspection of abortion facilities
SB 34 - Wallingford - Extends voter registration requirements
SB 35 - Wallingford - Creates additional requirements for public assistance eligibility verification
SB 36 - Romine - Modifies the law relating to the Missouri Human Rights Act and employment discrimination
SB 37 - Romine - Awards attorney's fees and court costs in cases where a settlement offer was previously rejected and when the court rules on a motion to dismiss for failure to state a claim
SB 38 - Romine - Modifies provisions relating to healthcare
SB 39 - LeVota - Moves sections of law known as the "Animal Care Act" and "Canine Cruelty Prevention Act" to the Occupations and Professions Chapter
SB 40 - LeVota - Authorizes an earned income tax credit
SB 41 - LeVota - Modifies the law relating to election authorities
SB 42 - Nasheed - Modifies the provision allowing law enforcement officers to use deadly force in certain circumstances
SB 43 - Nasheed - Requires law enforcement agencies to adopt written policies regarding officer-involved deaths and allows the Attorney General to investigate officer-involved deaths
SB 44 - Nasheed - Prohibits employers from inquiring into or considering the criminal records of applicants before offering a conditional offer of employment
SB 45 - Holsman - Creates a new program to distribute empowerment microgrants
SB 46 - Holsman - Requires hospitals and ambulatory surgical centers to report prices for most common procedures
SB 47 - Holsman - Prohibits planned communities from barring the installation of solar energy systems
SB 48 - Sifton - Institutes a gift ban for the members of the General Assembly and their candidate committees
SB 49 - Sifton - Modifies provisions relating to elementary and secondary education
SB 50 - Sifton - Prohibits political subdivisions that participate in the St. Louis County sales tax pool from receiving sales tax revenue to the extent that more than 50% of their annual general operating revenues come from traffic fines
SB 51 - Onder - Modifies Missouri's Health Care Freedom Act by prohibiting the state from implementing a health insurance exchange, prohibiting insurers from accepting remuneration, and prescribing duties of the Attorney General for enforcement of the Act
SB 52 - Schaaf - Prohibits restrictive physician employment contracts
SB 53 - Schaaf - Modifies certificate of need requirements for long-term care facilities
SB 54 - Munzlinger - Prohibits certain types of nuisance actions from being brought when the property owner has a government issued permit
SB 55 - Munzlinger - Modifies the definition of livestock by changing the word "buffalo" to "bison"
SB 56 - Munzlinger - Allows certain Missouri non-residents to receive reduced hunting, fishing, and trapping permit fees
SB 57 - Dixon - Creates a sales tax exemption for fitness facilities, gyms, and dance studios
SB 58 - Dixon - Modifies and repeals a number of existing, expired or obsolete committees
SB 59 - Dixon - Modifies the process for filling vacancies in certain statewide and General Assembly offices
SB 60 - 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 61 - 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 62 - Chappelle-Nadal - Creates a crime for employers who divulge certain personal information of employees and customers
SB 63 - Sater - Establishes the Narcotics Control Act
SB 64 - Emery - Requires the State Board of Education to classify school districts as either unaccredited, provisionally accredited, accredited, or accredited with distinction
SB 65 - Emery - Creates the Equal Opportunity Scholarship Program to provide scholarships to students from unaccredited school districts for certain educational costs
SB 66 - 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
SB 67 - Cunningham - Authorizes certain court surcharges, Buchanan County to establish a county municipal court, certain circuits with a SORTS facility to appoint a court marshal, requires certain reporting regarding municipal courts and modifies procedure in landlord tenant cases
SB 68 - Romine - Provides that directors of industrial development corporations in St. Francois County may be taxpayers and registered voters in the county
SB 69 - LeVota - Modifies the law relating to election authorities
SB 70 - LeVota - Modifies provisions relating to school accreditation and student transfers
SB 71 - LeVota - Requires the Department of Higher Education to establish a reimbursement procedure through the A+ Program for a student's portion of fees for dual credit courses
SB 72 - Nasheed - Disincorporates all villages in St. Louis County beginning January 1, 2015, and provides that the area comprising the former villages may not be incorporated or annexed by a city
SB 73 - Holsman - Reauthorizes the Missouri Homestead Preservation tax credit program and modifies certain provisions relating to it
SB 74 - Holsman - Establishes the Capital Green Program to provide funding for energy efficiency improvements to certain state buildings
SB 75 - Holsman - Modifies the definition of "customer-generator" in the Net Metering and Easy Connection Act
SB 76 - Sifton - Requires every individual who is 17 years old or older and arrested for any felony offense to provide a biological sample for DNA profiling
SB 77 - Sifton - Reauthorizes the Missouri Homestead Preservation tax credit program
SB 78 - Sifton - 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 health insurance policy or plan
SB 79 - Dixon - Allows counties to join a state's attorney system
SB 80 - Dixon - Modifies provisions relating to county prosecuting attorneys
SB 81 - Dixon - Authorizes additional circuit judges for certain circuits when indicated by annual judicial performance report and provides that Division Twelve of the 16th Judicial Circuit shall sit in the City of Independence
SB 82 - Chappelle-Nadal - Requires long-term care facilities to be encouraged to institute policies facilitating familial involvement in the well-being and support of its residents
SB 83 - Chappelle-Nadal - Prohibits a workforce development agency from knowingly omitting from any bidding process an entity with whom it has a contract
SB 84 - Chappelle-Nadal - Establishes term limits for State Board of Education members
SB 85 - Emery - WITHDRAWN
SB 86 - Emery - Allows a court to place a person on electronic monitoring with victim notification if a person has been charged with, or found guilty of, violating an order of protection
SB 87 - Emery - Requires persons who submit petitions for political subdivision audits to reside or own property in the subdivision and allows for signatures to be rescinded
SB 88 - LeVota - Provides that appointed officers shall only hold office until their term ends
SB 89 - LeVota - Requires health carriers to file their premium rates and accompanying information with the Department of Insurance for approval
SB 90 - LeVota - Provides for the expansion of MO HealthNet services beginning on January 1, 2016
SB 91 - Dixon - Modifies laws relating to public defenders
SB 92 - Emery - Modifies bond requirements for certain county offices
SB 93 - Emery - Creates the Campus Free Expression Act to protect free expression on the campuses of public institutions of higher education
SB 94 - Emery - Modifies retirement benefits for newly elected members of the General Assembly and statewide elected officials
SB 95 - LeVota - Modifies laws relating to the number of professional boards that an executive director can serve on and who can request licensee information
SB 96 - LeVota - Establishes campaign contribution limits
SB 97 - LeVota - Modifies the membership and functions of the Ethics Commission and imposes campaign contribution limits
SB 98 - Emery - Exempts capital gains on gold and silver from income tax and authorizes the storage of gold and silver in private repositories
SB 99 - LeVota - Creates crimes related to counterfeit, fake, diluted, or black market drugs
SB 100 - LeVota - Expands the list of offenses eligible for expungement and requires courts to accept certain petitions for expungement under seal and to close hearings on those petitions
SB 101 - LeVota - Allows constitutional charter cities that have 100,000 or more inhabitants to enact certain types of ordinances
SB 102 - LeVota - Modifies the time period for, and contents of, fiscal notes on proposed legislation
SB 103 - LeVota - Allows members of the General Assembly to request confidential professional licensee information
SB 104 - Kraus - Modifies provisions relating to elections
SB 105 - Kraus - Allows military and overseas voters to vote in all elections involving federal office, statewide office, state legislative office, or statewide initiatives
SB 106 - Kraus - Waives Secretary of State fees for new businesses and requires business licenses to be issued within sixty days
SB 107 - Sater - Authorizes certain boards and commissions under the Division of Professional Registration to issue opinions for educational purposes and modifies laws relating to speech-language pathologists and audiologists
SB 108 - Romine - WITHDRAWN
SB 109 - Schaefer - Modifies provisions of law regarding claims against public higher education institutions covered by the State Legal Expense Fund and administrative leave for public employees
SB 110 - Schaefer - Modifies the appointment and employment authority of the University of Missouri Board of Curators
SB 111 - Schaaf - Establishes a Prescription Drug Monitoring Program
SB 112 - Dixon - Modifies provisions dealing with criminal offenses to align with changes made in the 2014 Criminal Code revision
SB 113 - Dixon - Modifies provisions relating to education
SB 114 - Kraus - Allows school and library districts to be reimbursed for 50% of their tax increment under a TIF plan
SB 115 - Kraus - Modifies provisions relating to taxation
SB 116 - Kraus - Creates an exemption from the proof of residency and domicile for school registration for students whose parents are stationed out of state
SB 117 - Brown - Modifies process for selecting candidates for special elections
SB 118 - Brown - Requires Mo HealthNet participants to pay an eight dollar copay for the use of emergency room services for the treatment of a nonemergency condition
SB 119 - Brown - Modifies provisions of law regarding the Prescription Drug Repository Program
SB 120 - Walsh - Requires law enforcement agencies to adopt written policies for investigating officer-involved deaths and modifies provisions related to victims' rights
SB 121 - Walsh - Allows third and fourth class cities to adopt certain ordinances relating to residential rental property
SB 122 - Walsh - Establishes a Health Care Directives Registry
SB 123 - Schupp - Modifies the law relating to ethics
SB 124 - Schupp - Requires tax-exempt organizations to disclose date, amount, and name of persons or entities making donations to such organizations
SB 125 - Schupp - Authorizes eligibility for an alternative package of benefits for certain individuals under the MO HealthNet program
SB 126 - Brown - Requires election of collective bargaining representatives every two years
SB 127 - Brown - Bars employers from requiring employees to engage in or cease engaging in certain labor practices
SB 128 - Brown - Modifies prevailing wage laws and provisions relating to project labor agreements
SB 129 - 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 130 - Walsh - Creates a right to unpaid leave for employees that are affected by domestic violence
SB 131 - Parson - Modifies provisions relating to agriculture
SB 132 - Parson - Modifies provisions relating to evidence of financial responsibility for certified commercial pesticide applicators
SB 133 - Parson - Extends the equine activity liability waiver to livestock activities
SB 134 - Holsman - Creates a method for publicly financing election campaigns for legislative and statewide candidates and caps contributions to political party committees
SB 135 - Holsman - Allows qualified motorcycle operators to operate motorcycles and motortricycles without protective headgear under certain conditions
SB 136 - Sifton - Allows emergency workers to request, receive and submit absentee ballots
SB 137 - Parson - Requires that all fees collected under the Missouri Livestock Marketing Law not yield revenues greater than the cost of administration
SB 138 - Parson - Repeals a provision relating to beef commodity merchandising program fees
SB 139 - Parson - Creates the Missouri Dairy Revitalization Act of 2015
SB 140 - Parson - Provides that defendants in tort actions shall only be held severally liable and not jointly
SB 141 - Parson - Raises the amount the Crime Victims' Compensation Fund can pay to eligible victims and provides that the Public Safety Department can negotiate costs on behalf of victims
SB 142 - Romine - Requires the Department of Natural Resources to take certain actions when submitting certain plans to the Environmental Protection Agency
SB 143 - Romine - Modifies the crime of animal trespass
SB 144 - LeVota - Requires the Department of Labor and Industrial Relations to establish guidelines relating to gender pay equality
SB 145 - Pearce - Requires health benefit plans cover diagnosis and treatment of eating disorders
SB 146 - Pearce - Modifies provisions of law relating to various regulated professions and establishes the Missouri Health Information Exchange Commission and the Perinatal Advisory Council
SB 147 - Schaaf - Modifies the law relating to the ethical behavior of public officials and lobbyists
SB 148 - Parson - Modifies provisions relating to business regulations
SB 149 - 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 150 - Parson - Exempts certain motor vehicles older than ten years from the sales tax on titling
SB 151 - Sater - Sets a reimbursement rate for primary care physicians under Medicaid and requires MO HealthNet to contract with a third party for eligibility verification
SB 152 - Wallingford - Modifies provisions relating to environmental protection
SB 153 - Wallingford - Provides that a managed care plan's network is adequate if the health carrier is accredited by the Accreditation Association for Ambulatory Health Care
SB 154 - Wallingford - Requires those practicing music therapy to have a license issued by the Director of the Division of Professional Registration
SB 155 - Nasheed - Creates the Neighborhood Watch Fund for the creation of neighborhood watch organizations throughout the state
SB 156 - Nasheed - Designates certain highways and bridges in the state
SB 157 - Wallingford - Modifies provisions relating to business filing fees
SB 158 - Schaefer - Adds a statutory aggravating circumstance for murder in the first degree for certain acts of terrorism
SB 159 - Parson - Modifies the title insurance law with respect to the performance of escrow, settlement, or closing services by title insurers, agencies, and agents
SB 160 - Brown - Modifies provisions relating to the regulation of a corporation's rate of return on equity by the Public Service Commission
SB 161 - Nasheed - Modifies requirements for school antibullying policies and modifies provisions relating to reading instruction and student promotion in certain school districts
SB 162 - Nasheed - Authorizes certain tax increment financing projects in St. Louis City to have a longer project period
SB 163 - Nasheed - Creates a tax credit for adoption of dogs or cats from a shelter
SB 164 - Sifton - Exempts in bankruptcy proceedings life insurance proceeds for the burial of a family member, modifies insurance foreign investment limits, changes the requirements for the valuation of reserves for life insurance, and modifies provisions regarding qualified spousal trusts
SB 165 - Nasheed - Creates a petition process for the expungement of records relating to certain criminal offenses
SB 166 - Nasheed - Changes the name of the "I Have a Dream" specialty license plate to the "Dare to Dream" specialty license plate
SB 167 - Schaaf - Extends the sunset on certain healthcare provider reimbursement allowance taxes and prohibits enforcement of contract provisions that prevent disclosure of payment amounts for health care
SB 168 - Munzlinger - Adds watershed districts to the types of taxing districts eligible to receive property taxes from railroads and public utilities
SB 169 - Schaaf - Modifies the law relating to voting procedures
SB 170 - Kraus - Modifies the law relating to voting procedures
SB 171 - Romine - Modifies provisions relating to high school equivalency degree testing
SB 172 - Romine - Modifies provisions relating to elementary and secondary education
SB 173 - Romine - Modifies state funding for small school districts
SB 174 - Schmitt - Establishes the Missouri Achieving a Better Life Experience Program
SB 175 - Schmitt - Removes a reference to an obsolete section of law
SB 176 - Schmitt - Makes grammatical changes to a provision regarding municipal courts to align with revisions made to the Criminal Code in 2014
SB 177 - Munzlinger - Creates programs for beginning farmers
SB 178 - Munzlinger - Modifies provisions relating to captive cervids
SB 179 - Sater - Establishes the Missouri Child Protection Registry
SB 180 - Chappelle-Nadal - Creates a tax credit for adoption of dogs or cats from a shelter
SB 181 - Curls - Changes the notice requirement to a tenant in a foreclosure action from ten days to ninety days
SB 182 - Curls - Changes the amount of damages that a tenant can recover when the security deposit is wrongfully withheld by a landlord
SB 183 - Curls - Repeals provisions regarding nonjudicial foreclosure proceedings and requires all foreclosure proceedings to be handled judicially
SB 184 - LeVota - Modifies provisions relating to business filing fees
SB 185 - LeVota - Modifies provisions relating to the state budget and fiscal notes
SB 186 - Curls - Provides for the expansion of MO HealthNet services beginning on January 1, 2016
SB 187 - Curls - Amends laws relating to small loans
SB 188 - Curls - Requires the Department of Corrections to increase the number of prisoners who earn GEDs and provide certain job- related training programs
SB 189 - 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 190 - Curls - Removes the expiration of the Kansas City transportation sales tax and modifies provisions relating to audits of transportation development districts
SB 191 - Curls - Creates the "Center for the Neighborhoods Fund" in the state treasury to establish a center for the neighborhoods to conduct applied urban research and outreach programs
SB 192 - Munzlinger - Modifies provisions of law relating to products liability claims
SB 193 - LeVota - Modifies the minimum wage laws
SB 194 - Richard - Extends the date that a business must commence operations to qualify for a business facility tax credit
SB 195 - Schmitt - Requires all tax credit programs created on or after August 28, 2015, to comply with the Tax Credit Accountability Act of 2004
SB 196 - Schaaf - Bans the use of automated license plate reader systems and automated traffic enforcement systems and restricts storage and use as evidence of data collected prior to enactment
SB 197 - Brown - Modifies provisions regarding various healthcare professionals, disease reporting to DHSS, and establishes the Perinatal Advisory Council and the Joint Committee on MO HealthNet
SB 198 - Brown - Modifies law relating to patch-through telephone calls
SB 199 - Dixon - Allows an armed offender docket in Jackson County and modifies the self-defense statute and the statute specifying when police officers are justified in using deadly force
SB 200 - Dixon - Modifies provisions relating to sentencing of juvenile criminal offenders, an armed offender docket pilot project, and criminal sentence reductions
SB 201 - Dixon - Modifies the state's requirements to reimburse counties for certain costs related to imprisonment and electronic monitoring for criminal offenders
SB 202 - Dixon - Allows sheriffs and deputies to assist in other counties throughout the state
SB 203 - Dixon - Modifies the authority of the State Auditor
SB 204 - Parson - Requires that an applicant for a navigator license must take an exam created by the Department of Insurance and submit to a criminal background check
SB 205 - Parson - Modifies regulations on the business of insurance
SB 206 - Parson - Requires insurers to file own risk and solvency assessment summary reports with the Department of Insurance, Financial Institutions, and Professional Registration
SB 207 - Pearce - Authorizes an employer to retain an employee's withholding tax for five years if the employee has graduated with a STEM degree from a Missouri Innovation Campus
SB 208 - Sater - Repeals a provision relating to beef commodity merchandising program fees
SB 209 - Sater - Extends the equine activity liability waiver to livestock activities
SB 210 - Schaefer - Extends the sunset on certain healthcare provider reimbursement allowance taxes and modifies provisions relating to MO HealthNet and DSH payments
SB 211 - Walsh - Modifies provisions relating to participants in the address confidentiality program administered by the Secretary of State
SB 212 - Walsh - Adds an element to the crime of aggravated or first degree stalking
SB 213 - Wallingford - Requires children under the age of 18 to be prosecuted for most criminal offenses in juvenile courts unless the child is certified as an adult
SB 214 - Pearce - Modifies law relating to emerging issues
SB 215 - Nasheed - Modifies the minimum wage laws
SB 216 - Keaveny - Establishes the Missouri Commercial Receivership Act
SB 217 - Riddle - Requires certain types of intervention pain management to be performed only by physicians licensed under chapter 334
SB 218 - Riddle - Requires Mo HealthNet managed care organizations to allow the increase of or combination of healthy behavior incentives so that covered recipients are able to purchase specified infant and childcare items
SB 219 - Wallingford - Repeals a July 1, 2014, termination date so that retiring teachers with thirty-one or more years of creditable service will receive a retirement allowance with a 2.55 multiplier
SB 220 - Kehoe - Modifies the duration of unemployment compensation, the method to pay federal advances, and raises the fund trigger causing contribution rate reductions
SB 221 - Schatz - Modifies provisions relating to annexations and sales taxes in St. Louis County
SB 222 - Schatz - Bans political subdivisions from requiring the removal or relocation of infrastructure owned by a communication service provider unless certain conditions are met
SB 223 - Schatz - Eliminates a provision allowing for property tax levy adjustments for inflation and modifies standing for Hancock Amendment challenges
SB 224 - Romine - Requires a student to be a United States citizen or permanent resident in order to be eligible to receive reimbursements from the A+ Schools Program
SB 225 - Romine - Modifies Department of Natural Resources permit decision appeal procedures
SB 226 - Emery - Authorizes certain social workers and licensed professional counselors to provide behavioral health services in the MO HealthNet program to MO HealthNet managed care program participants
SB 227 - Emery - Modifies provisions relating to the collateral source rule and provides that parties may introduce evidence of the cost, rather than the value, of the medical treatment rendered
SB 228 - Curls - Allows certain people to enter abandoned property to secure it, remove trash and graffiti, and maintain the grounds, and provides immunity from civil and criminal liability
SB 229 - Curls - Modifies provisions regarding the ability of neighborhood organizations to bring nuisance actions in certain cities and counties
SB 230 - Romine - Modifies provisions relating to healthcare including telehealth, infection reporting, and the Perinatal Advisory Council
SB 231 - Kehoe - Modifies provisions relating to watercraft
SB 232 - Kehoe - Creates additional requirements for tow truck businesses
SB 233 - Kehoe - Modifies provisions relating to expert witnesses
SB 234 - Kehoe - Modifies mandated reporting requirements for sexual assault victims in a long-term care facility
SB 235 - Dixon - Repeals a provision of law allowing attorneys in criminal cases to fax or mail their notice of entry of appearance
SB 236 - Keaveny - Increases the fine for seat belt violations from $10 to $50
SB 237 - Keaveny - Bars discrimination based on sexual orientation or gender identity
SB 238 - LeVota - Prohibits retired judges or state employees from collecting retirement benefits while employed by a political subdivision
SB 239 - Brown - Creates a statutory cause of action for damages against health care providers
SB 240 - Keaveny - Requires the State Auditor to make a one-time report on the costs of administering the death penalty
SB 241 - Keaveny - Prohibits the use of corporal punishment and the use of spanking to discipline students in public schools
SB 242 - Dixon - Allows Greene County, or any city within the county, to impose a sales tax, upon voter approval, to fund early childhood education
SB 243 - Schmitt - Modifies provisions relating to MO Healthnet managed care organizations rate setting
SB 244 - Schmitt - Creates the Senior Savings Protection Act
SB 245 - Hegeman - Modifies provisions relating to political subdivisions
SB 246 - Hegeman - Mandates that judges must disqualify themselves from hearing a proceeding in certain situations
SB 247 - Sifton - Modifies provisions relating to employee wages
SB 248 - Schaefer - Prohibits public higher education institutions from denying religious student associations benefits available to other student associations and from discriminating against them
SB 249 - Holsman - Repeals exceptions to the duty of scrap metal operators to obtain certificates of title for certain inoperable vehicles
SB 250 - Onder - Creates the Missouri Electrical Industry Licensing Board and licensure requirements for a statewide electrical contractor's license
SB 251 - Onder - Allows students to enroll in another school district or charter school for purposes of attending virtual courses or programs
SB 252 - Romine - Prohibits two-way telecommunications devices and their component parts in correctional centers and jails
SB 253 - Romine - Expands the authority of the Governor to convey easements without the approval of the General Assembly and expands the rights granted by the easements
SB 254 - Kraus - Modifies provisions relating to motor vehicle license plates
SB 255 - Schaaf - Allows those licensed by the Department of Agriculture to grow and handle industrial hemp
SB 256 - Sater - Establishes a pilot program allowing noncustodial parents to reduce the amount of state debt owed
SB 257 - Sater - Provides an additional payment for low-weight babies to managed care organizations that provide MO HealthNet services
SB 258 - Wallingford - Extends the authority for regional jail districts to impose a sales tax until September 30, 2027
SB 259 - Wallingford - Designates the priority for the state with respect to any funding for family planning services
SB 260 - Schaefer - Extends the sunset on hospital reimbursement allowance tax to September 30, 2016
SB 261 - Schaefer - Extends the sunset on the ground ambulance service reimbursement allowance tax to September 30, 2016
SB 262 - Schaefer - Extends the sunset on the nursing facility reimbursement allowance tax to September 30, 2016
SB 263 - Schaefer - Extends the sunset on the pharmacy reimbursement allowance tax to September 30, 2016
SB 264 - Schaefer - Extends the sunset on the Medicaid manage care organization reimbursement allowance tax to September 30, 2016
SB 265 - Schaefer - Extends the sunset on the intermediate care facility for the intellectually disable reimbursement allowance tax to September 30, 2016
SB 266 - Schaefer - Prohibits municipalities from providing certain services already being provided within the boundaries of the municipality without a vote of the people
SB 267 - Schaefer - Increases the penalties and driver license suspension periods for those who fail to yield the right-of-way in certain instances
SB 268 - Pearce - Modifies the Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics Fund and creates the Economic-Education Partnership Act
SB 269 - Nasheed - Prohibits the use of restraints on children under the age of 17 during court proceedings except in certain circumstances
SB 270 - Nasheed - Modifies public retirement systems
SB 271 - Silvey - Requires high school students and students seeking a high school equivalency certificate to receive a passing grade on a basic civics test
SB 272 - Riddle - Changes the laws regarding motor vehicle height and weight limits in certain city commercial zones
SB 273 - Riddle - Requires high school students and students seeking a high school equivalency certificate to receive a passing grade on a basic civics test
SB 274 - Schupp - Applies ban on using cell phones related to text messaging while driving to all drivers
SB 275 - Schupp - Requires the driver and all passengers in a car or truck to wear a safety belt with certain exceptions
SB 276 - Walsh - Designates the third Thursday in November as the "Great American Smokeout Day"
SB 277 - Walsh - Designates the month of November as "Epilepsy Awareness Month"
SB 278 - Schatz - Modifies provisions relating to motor vehicles
SB 279 - Brown - Requires all licensed insurance companies to report cancellation of motor vehicle insurance policies
SB 280 - Keaveny - Modifies the punishment scheme for juvenile offenders of first degree murder and provides a petition process for juvenile offenders currently serving life without parole
SB 281 - Silvey - Provides reimbursement for behavior assessment and intervention
SB 282 - Parson - Requires insurers to mail notices cancelling, refusing to renew, or refusing to issue automobile insurance policies through certain United States postal service methods
SB 283 - Kehoe - Allows political subdivisions to assign operation of a retirement plan to the Missouri Local Government Employees' Retirement System and modifies provisions relating to the Police Retirement System of the City of St. Louis
SB 284 - Munzlinger - Creates the Manufacturing Infrastructure Investment Act
SB 285 - Kehoe - Modifies the definition of "waters of the state"
SB 286 - Schaaf - Requires that all state-owned data centers become consolidated to the State Data Center
SB 287 - Silvey - Allows veterans and their spouses and dependent children, as well as spouses and dependent children of deceased veterans, to be eligible for MO HealthNet benefits
SB 288 - Schatz - Modifies the law relating to workers' compensation premium rates
SB 289 - Schatz - Modifies the law relating to public office vacancies
SB 290 - Schaefer - Modifies provisions relating to the education of gifted children
SB 291 - Cunningham - Allows the Director of Revenue to establish rules and regulations to allow lienholders who have filed a lien electronically to release the lien by electronic means
SB 292 - Munzlinger - Changes the percentage of agricultural acreage that may be foreign owned
SB 293 - Parson - Allows the Wine and Grape Tax Credit to be used for used equipment and caps the credit at one million dollars annually
SB 294 - Schaaf - Extends the sunset on certain healthcare provider reimbursement allowance taxes and prohibits enforcement of any contractual provision that prevents disclosure of the contractual payment amount for health care services
SB 295 - Schaaf - Raises the Mo HealthNet eligibility income limits for elderly and disabled persons
SB 296 - Schaaf - Exempts users of enclosed three wheel vehicles that contain manufacturer-installed seat belts with shoulder restraints from the requirement to wear helmets
SB 297 - Holsman - Creates the Civil Disaster Response Corps
SB 298 - Kraus - Requires a hospital to provide oral and written notice of a patient's outpatient status and the impact of that status on the patient's health insurance coverage
SB 299 - Pearce - Modifies the eligibility requirements for the Bright Flight Scholarship Program and adds a forgivable loan component
SB 300 - Silvey - Modifies provisions relating to retirement benefits
SB 301 - Silvey - Modifies provisions relating to public assistance and MO HealthNet
SB 302 - Riddle - Requires referrals for out of state abortions to be accompanied by specified printed materials
SB 303 - Keaveny - Requires law enforcement agencies to develop certain policies for eyewitness identification procedures
SB 304 - Keaveny - Modifies provisions relating to custodial interrogations of criminal suspects
SB 305 - Onder - Authorizes telephone companies to elect to have their tangible personal property assessed in accordance with a depreciation schedule
SB 306 - Onder - Prohibits any public funds or governmental economic incentives to be authorized for a project involving abortion services, human cloning, or prohibited human research
SB 307 - Curls - Expands the crimes eligible for expungement and modifies the time period a person must wait before being eligible to petition for expungement
SB 308 - Curls - Specifies that Kansas City may require the registration of certain properties
SB 309 - Curls - Provides that a landlord must keep security deposits in a depository institution and changes the amount a tenant can recover when the security deposit is wrongfully withheld
SB 310 - Emery - Allows electrical corporations to recover depreciation expense and return for qualifying electric plants placed in service
SB 311 - Emery - Prohibits public higher education institutions from denying religious student associations benefits available to other student associations
SB 312 - Schmitt - Allows any person licensed to sell liquor in the original package at retail to sell 32 to 128 ounces of draft beer for consumption off the premises
SB 313 - Wallingford - Authorizes certain advanced practice registered nurses, physician assistants, and assistant physicians to prescribe hydrocodone
SB 314 - Wallingford - Classifies short term rental merchandise as inventory and exempt from property taxes and specifies how to assess real property with certain restrictions
SB 315 - Dixon - Modifies provisions relating to political subdivisions
SB 316 - Brown - Creates requirements for co-payments and notice of insurance coverage for occupational therapy
SB 317 - Brown - Allows the Governor to convey properties located in Pulaski County, Christian County, St. Charles County, and St. Louis County to the State Highways and Transportation Commission
SB 318 - Cunningham - Designates certain highways in the state
SB 319 - Schaaf - Requires approval from the General Assembly for certain bond extension the by St. Louis Regional Convention and Sports Complex Authority
SB 320 - Wallingford - Requires any juvenile certified as an adult be detained in a juvenile facility until the juvenile has been sentenced
SB 321 - Hegeman - Allows victims of sexual assault to receive protective orders and modifies the definitions of sexual assault and stalking as they relate to orders of protection
SB 322 - Dempsey - Modifies provisions relating to public assistance
SB 323 - Munzlinger - Authorizes non-resident candidates for certain municipal offices
SB 324 - Munzlinger - Modifies the definition of property as it is used in provisions of law regarding certain private nuisance actions
SB 325 - Sater - Delineates procedures to be used by pharmacy benefit managers with regards to maximum allowable cost lists
SB 326 - Sater - Modifies provisions relating to political subdivision audits, county office vacancies, county budgets, special purpose districts, annexations, and sewer districts
SB 327 - Onder - Modifies provisions relating to municipal courts
SB 328 - Schupp - Modifies provisions relating to mental health
SB 329 - Schupp - Requires employees and volunteers of specified public and private institutions to receive an influenza vaccination every year
SB 330 - Parson - Modifies provisions relating to bond issuance
SB 331 - Libla - Modifies provisions relating to emergencies, requirements for police officers at protests, and recordings from law enforcement cameras
SB 332 - Nasheed - Establishes the Missouri Senior Farmers' Market Nutrition Program
SB 333 - Nasheed - Allows the family or next of kin of a deceased crime victim to designate a funeral home as a claimant eligible for compensation from the Crime Victims' Compensation Fund
SB 334 - Nasheed - Modifies provisions relating to the boards of regents of state colleges and universities and broadens the degree-granting authority of Harris-Stowe State University
SB 335 - Holsman - Modifies provisions requiring limited liability companies owning rental or unoccupied property to list a property manager with the city clerk
SB 336 - Kraus - Modifies provision relating to income tax withholdings on employee's tips
SB 337 - Munzlinger - Bans the Conservation Commission and the Department of Conservation from engaging in prohibited conduct with a connected not-for-profit corporation
SB 338 - Munzlinger - Modifies the provisions relating to the election of political party committees
SB 339 - Munzlinger - Authorizes all third and fourth class counties to collect a property tax to pay for road rock on county roads
SB 340 - Pearce - Changes an intersectional reference in a provision of law regarding the determination of heirship
SB 341 - Riddle - Modifies provisions of law relating to the protection of children and other vulnerable persons
SB 342 - Brown - Establishes the Perinatal Advisory Council and sets forth its duties
SB 343 - Wasson - 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 344 - Wasson - Modifies regulation of auto cycle operators and exempts such operators from using protective headgear
SB 345 - Wasson - Modifies provisions relating to financial transactions
SB 346 - Wasson - Modifies insurance foreign investment limits
SB 347 - Dixon - Codifies part of the Omnibus State Reorganization Act of 1974
SB 348 - Schaefer - Requires the transfer of excess fund balances to the state general revenue fund
SB 349 - Schaefer - Adds a motorcycle registration surcharge of five dollars to be deposited in the motorcycle safety trust fund
SB 350 - Schaefer - Specifies when interest begins to accrue on tax refunds and requires the Department of Revenue to deposit payments within 2 days
SB 351 - Schaefer - Creates a regulatory system for transportation network companies
SB 352 - Schaefer - Allows the Attorney General to institute civil and criminal proceedings relating to criminal enterprises and racketeering
SB 353 - 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 354 - Sater - Allows the Department of Health and Senior Services to supply qualifying individuals with amino acid-based elemental formulas
SB 355 - Brown - Requires certain employees of the Department of Corrections to receive hazardous duty pay
SB 356 - Nasheed - Requires law enforcement agencies in certain cities to require their officers to wear a camera while on duty and in uniform and record all contacts with people
SB 357 - Nasheed - Requires each law enforcement agency in St. Louis County to be accredited by a certain commission by January 1, 2017
SB 358 - Kehoe - Modifies the policy statement of the Missouri Clean Water Law
SB 359 - Kehoe - Modifies the law relating to construction management services
SB 360 - Parson - Establishes the Civil Litigation Funding Act
SB 361 - Parson - Allows the AgriMissouri Advisory Commission to establish a fee for sellers electing to use the AgriMissouri trademark so long as the fees do not yield revenue greater than administering the objectives of the Commission and the trademark
SB 362 - Parson - Allows the Department of Insurance, Financial Institutions and Professional Registration to issue non-binding informational documents to insurers
SB 363 - Parson - Creates the Board of Administrative Appeals and provides that a person is entitled a hearing before the Board following a proceeding before a governmental agency
SB 364 - Parson - Modifies provisions relating to political subdivisions
SB 365 - Schmitt - Modifies provisions relating to students with special needs
SB 366 - Schmitt - Modifies the provisions of the Missouri higher education savings program
SB 367 - Kraus - Modifies the law relating to construction management services
SB 368 - Pearce - Provides that a degree in a program accredited by the Psychological Clinical Science Accreditation System meets various psychologist licensure requirements
SB 369 - Pearce - Expands the authority of the Governor to convey easements without the approval of the General Assembly and allows the Governor to convey certain specified properties
SB 370 - Munzlinger - Regulates the use of automated traffic enforcement systems to enforce speed limits
SB 371 - Munzlinger - Repeals a section relating to the expiration date of economic subsidies for Missouri qualified fuel ethanol producers
SB 372 - Keaveny - Modifies provisions relating to the deferred compensation plan
SB 373 - Libla - Creates the Division of Alcohol and Tobacco Control Fund for the enforcement of liquor and tobacco laws and directs fees from liquor licenses and permits to the fund
SB 374 - Schatz - Creates an income tax deduction for payments received as part of a program that compensates agricultural producers for losses from disaster or emergency
SB 375 - Schatz - Adds projects which provide economic benefits to sewer and water operations to the types of projects eligible under the Property Assessment Clean Energy Act
SB 376 - Schatz - Creates the Competitive Energy for Missouri Jobs Act
SB 377 - Schatz - Creates an exemption for sales of aircraft to nonresidents
SB 378 - Schatz - Creates several new exemptions to the tax on the titling of motor vehicles
SB 379 - Schatz - Requires that municipalities in the St. Louis County sales tax pool receive at least 50% of the revenue generated inside a given municipality
SB 380 - Wieland - Modifies provisions relating to health care
SB 381 - Dixon - Repeals requirement to arbitrate negligence actions against the Department of Transportation upon the request of the plaintiff
SB 382 - Dixon - Modifies provisions relating to procedures in criminal proceedings
SB 383 - Wallingford - Requires any health insurers to make updates to their electronic and paper dental services provider materials available to plan members
SB 384 - Munzlinger - Provides five percent salary increases for county office holders and raises the maximum allowable salary for sheriffs
SB 385 - Keaveny - Repeals a provision of current law, which specifies that the St. Louis City Sheriff may employ an attorney who may receive a salary of $3,000 to $15,000 per year
SB 386 - Keaveny - Modifies provisions relating to hemp extract
SB 387 - Wasson - Modifies provisions required to be in nuisance abatement ordinances enacted by municipalities and counties
SB 388 - Wasson - Modifies provisions relating to construction management services and allows political subdivisions to use construction manager-at-risk and design-build methods
SB 389 - Silvey - Modifies provisions relating to competitive bidding
SB 390 - Curls - Creates a new tax credit for first time purchasers of homes in a blighted area that will be used for owner-occupancy
SB 391 - Curls - Modifies residential property receivership
SB 392 - Wieland - Modifies which members of fraternal benefit societies are exempt from insurance agent licensing
SB 393 - Schupp - Establishes a Task Force on the Death Penalty and places a moratorium on the death penalty until January 1, 2018
SB 394 - Wallingford - Allows homeowner insurance companies to offer earthquake coverage under the "Missouri Basic Property Insurance Inspection and Placement Program"
SB 395 - Holsman - Modifies provisions relating to cannabis
SB 396 - Holsman - Prohibits any law enforcement officer from requiring a member of the crew of a locomotive or train to display a driver's license in connection with the operation of a locomotive or train
SB 397 - Silvey - Authorizes community improvement districts created by Kansas City in Clay County to impose a sales tax and modifies what the funds may be used for
SB 398 - Schatz - Authorizes municipalities to use design-build on water and waste water projects and prohibits such projects from being denied grants based on design-build utilization
SB 399 - Onder - Establishes the paper ballot as the official ballot and requires audits before election certification
SB 400 - Onder - Provides that the state shall not require maintenance of licensure or any form of specialty medical board certification to practice medicine
SB 401 - Schmitt - Authorizes sites containing former automobile manufacturing plants in St. Louis County to qualify for state supplemental tax increment financing
SB 402 - Wieland - Establishes provisions relating to workers' compensation large deductible policies
SB 403 - Kehoe - Modifies provisions relating to ratemaking for gas corporations
SB 404 - Kehoe - Modifies the definition of wages under the employment security law
SB 405 - Hegeman - Raises the outer threshold amount for a county to be eligible to collect a greater percentage of the total taxes collected as a fee
SB 406 - Munzlinger - Modifies the law relating to unemployment compensation benefits
SB 407 - Onder - Provides for the reimbursement of emergency medical services for MO HealthNet participants by hospitals
SB 408 - Libla - Modifies provisions relating to the licensing and commissioning of corporate security advisors by the Department of Public Safety
SB 409 - Wallingford - Modifies provisions relating to emergencies
SB 410 - Wallingford - Modifies provisions relating to criminal nonsupport and provides a method for expungement of a one-time offense of criminal nonsupport
SB 411 - Brown - Modifies examination requirements for physicians and surgeons
SB 412 - Romine - Modifies laws regarding arbitration agreements between employers and at-will employees
SB 413 - Romine - Modifies provisions relating to natural resource damages authorized to be recovered by the state natural resources trustee
SB 414 - Wasson - Modifies provisions relating to long-term care facility special care units
SB 415 - Wasson - Modifies provisions of law regarding advanced practice registered nurses practicing under collaborative practice arrangements
SB 416 - Wasson - Modifies provisions of law regarding the disposition of deceased human remains, collaborative practice arrangements, regulating new professions, and creates the Missouri Health Information Exchange Commission
SB 417 - Chappelle-Nadal - Specifies when a law enforcement officer is justified to use deadly force and requires a special prosecutor be appointed to investigate instances of such deadly force
SB 418 - Chappelle-Nadal - Changes how school districts and charter schools may conduct instruction in human sexuality and sexually transmitted infections
SB 419 - Silvey - Creates the Healthcare Transformation Trust Fund
SB 420 - Schmitt - Provides for direct deposit of income tax refund to MOST accounts
SB 421 - Dixon - Modifies ballot language for the public safety sales tax in Springfield
SB 422 - Schaaf - Establishes requirements regarding life-sustaining treatment policies
SB 423 - Brown - Reduces the maximum standard speed limit on all rural roads to forty-five miles per hour
SB 424 - Pearce - Delays until July 1, 2017 the requirement that the Department of Elementary and Secondary Education prorate payments to formula districts if the foundation formula is not fully funded
SB 425 - Libla - Modifies provisions relating to adoption and parental rights
SB 426 - Parson - Allows community mental health liaisons to access specified confidential records maintained by specified institutions
SB 427 - Sifton - Mandates the establishment of safe sleeping protocols in child care facilities providing care for children under one year of age
SB 428 - Curls - Modifies the enforcement power of the Missouri Ethics Commission
SB 429 - Schaaf - Creates the Mortgage Foreclosure Mediation Code
SB 430 - Curls - Requires cities, towns, and villages proposing to annex a portion of a state highway to also annex a specified portion of the area on either side of the highway
SB 431 - Onder - Treats changes by the Missouri Medicaid Audit and Compliance Unit of reimbursement requirement interpretations as rules
SB 432 - Onder - Adds requirement for health benefit plan rate release
SB 433 - Dixon - Adopts the Compact for a Balanced Budget
SB 434 - Schmitt - Adds health insurers as a type of insurer subject to the regulations regarding extraordinary dividend payments
SB 435 - Walsh - Allows the Governor to convey the State's interest in specified property owned by the state in St. Louis County to the county
SB 436 - Walsh - Modifies a provision relating to electrical contractor licenses issued by political subdivisions
SB 437 - Walsh - Modifies provisions relating to the sales taxes in St. Louis County
SB 438 - Dempsey - Creates the Municipal Telecommunications Business License Tax Modernization Act
SB 439 - LeVota - Provides that Division Twelve of the Sixteenth Judicial Circuit shall sit at the City of Independence
SB 440 - Sifton - Changes the requirements for school antibullying policies
SB 441 - Schaefer - Creates a definition for "correspondence" in the chapter regulating real estate brokers
SB 442 - Schaefer - Modifies the composition of tax increment financing commissions in Boone County
SB 443 - Schatz - Allows electronic recording of temporary permit sales as determined by the Department of Revenue
SB 444 - Schaaf - Eliminates provision of MO HealthNet services through managed care programs
SB 445 - Romine - Modifies provisions relating to environmental protection
SB 446 - Schupp - Removes additional fee equal to the fee charged for personalized license plates for subsequent sets of special Purple Heart license plates
SB 447 - Wieland - Repeals the death penalty and creates the Death Penalty Costs Reinvestment Fund
SB 448 - Wieland - Modifies the laws relating to the assignment of liability in contracts for construction work
SB 449 - Kraus - Prohibits employers from recruiting or referring an illegal alien for employment
SB 450 - Emery - Expands the dependency exemption for income taxes to stillbirths
SB 451 - Dixon - Modifies provisions relating to petitions for the expungement of criminal records
SB 452 - Schmitt - Provides that no person shall be found guilty of failure to appear if the criminal matter solely involves certain traffic-related infractions
SB 453 - LeVota - Expands the Amber Alert System to include missing endangered persons
SB 454 - LeVota - Modifies the membership of the county political party committees in Jackson County
SB 455 - Kehoe - Prohibits political subdivisions from establishing a minimum wage in excess of federal or state law
SB 456 - Kehoe - Modifies provisions relating to the ownership of motor vehicles
SB 457 - Sater - Modifies provisions relating to health care professionals and services
SB 458 - Sater - Modifies provisions of law regarding healthcare
SB 459 - Libla - Modifies rulemaking procedures for rules which affect businesses
SB 460 - Silvey - Prohibits the executive branch from extending existing bonds or issuing new bonds without legislative or voter approval
SB 461 - Wieland - Authorizes any Missouri port authority to establish an advanced industrial manufacturing zone for the development or redevelopment of certain structures
SB 462 - Schaefer - Creates an income tax deduction for certain penalties assessed under the Affordable Care Act and paid on a federal return
SB 463 - Dixon - Removes the sunsets on the Residential Treatment Agency Tax Credit and the Developmental Disability Care Provider Tax Credit
SB 464 - Dixon - Prohibits sharing of visual or aural recordings or photographs of minors alleged to be victims of child abuse, except in limited circumstances
SB 465 - Schmitt - Requires each public college and university to post on its website specified information for each course that it offers
SB 466 - Schmitt - Requires disclosure of life-sustaining treatment policies of health care facilities and prohibits denial of life-sustaining treatment or anatomical gifts under specified circumstances
SB 467 - Sifton - Removes the statute of limitations on civil actions and prosecutions involving offenses against children
SB 468 - Sifton - Requires each public school to test each enrolling student for dyslexia and related disorders and provide treatment
SB 469 - Munzlinger - Repeals the Advisory Council to the Director of the Missouri Agriculture Experiment Station and establishes the Fertilizer Control Board
SB 470 - Parson - Allows a refund of a portion of expense savings to an insured under certain circumstances
SB 471 - Schaaf - Expands the dependency exemption for income taxes to stillbirths
SB 472 - Schaaf - Requires advanced radiology practitioners and radiologic technologists to be licensed by the State Board of Registration for the Healing Arts
SB 473 - Schaaf - Modifies provisions relating to urban school districts
SB 474 - Wallingford - Expands the Heroes Way Interchange Designation Program
SB 475 - Dempsey - Grants the President Pro Tem and the Speaker standing to intervene in cases challenging the constitutionality of state law and authorizes individual legislators to hire outside counsel when sued in their official capacity
SB 476 - Kehoe - Modifies provisions relating to the Department of Natural Resources
SB 477 - Wallingford - Modifies the law relating to lien waivers
SB 478 - Onder - Allows for direct primary health care services to be provided through a medical retainer agreement between the physician and patient
SB 479 - Onder - Modifies laws regarding the licensure of midwives
SB 480 - Onder - Creates a state sales and use tax exemption for utilities, equipment, and materials used to generate or transmit electricity
SB 481 - Onder - Modifies laws regarding qualified spousal trusts
SB 482 - Schupp - Modifies provisions relating to child care facility licensure
SB 483 - Silvey - Expands the requirement for children to wear personal flotation devices
SB 484 - Wieland - Allows taxpayers to deduct the full amount of costs associated with a search and rescue operation
SB 485 - Wieland - Modifies surplus and solvency regulations for 383 malpractice associations
SB 486 - Sifton - Modifies class one election offenses
SB 487 - Richard - Modifies provisions relating to civil actions brought under merchandising practices and products liability provisions of law
SB 488 - Cunningham - Modifies provisions relating to mortgage loan originators
SB 489 - Cunningham - Exempts certain entities from civil actions brought under unlawful merchandising practices provisions of law
SB 490 - LeVota - Establishes a program for fee for service and managed care MO HealthNet components to provide critical access medication management
SB 491 - Schatz - Modifies civil penalties associated with violations of the Underground Facility Safety and Damage Prevention Act and federally mandated natural gas safety standards
SB 492 - Schatz - Modifies the law relating to discharge of employees under workers' compensation statutes
SB 493 - Brown - Requires public school students to pass a course in cardiopulmonary resuscitation to receive a certificate of graduation
SB 494 - LeVota - Modifies a reference to federal statute as it pertains to funding for federally qualified health centers
SB 495 - Hegeman - Requires candidates for public administrator to provide an affidavit stating that the candidate meets the bonding requirements
SB 496 - Hegeman - Establishes the Missouri Palliative Care and Quality of Life Interdisciplinary Advisory Council and the Palliative Care Consumer and Professional Information Education Program
SB 497 - Hegeman - Modifies provisions relating to special purpose districts
SB 498 - Wasson - Modifies provisions of the Missouri Preneed Funeral Contract Act
SB 499 - Wasson - Modifies laws regarding professional land surveyors
SB 500 - Riddle - Modifies provisions relating to honey
SB 501 - Riddle - Authorizes an additional circuit judge for the forty-fifth judicial circuit
SB 502 - Schmitt - Requires that an objective test or measure be used to determine whether a youth athlete is suspected of sustaining a brain injury or concussion during a game or practice
SB 503 - Wieland - Creates a regulatory system for self-service storage insurance and the selling of such insurance
SB 504 - Wieland - Modifies the law relating to administrative leave for public employees
SB 505 - Wieland - Modifies provisions of the Athletic Trainers Practice Act
SB 506 - Riddle - Adds sheltered workshop boards to the definition of "political subdivision" for purposes of laws allowing political subdivisions to cooperate with public and private entities
SB 507 - Silvey - Creates a limit for the total amount of tax credits that may be authorized in a fiscal year
SB 508 - Holsman - Creates the Office of Administration Energy Conservation Fund
SB 509 - Holsman - Modifies the Net Metering and Easy Connection Act
SB 510 - Holsman - Establishes criteria for renewable power purchase agreements
SB 511 - Schaaf - Requires healthcare contractors providing services to prison inmates to provide certain information to the Office of Administration
SB 512 - Schaaf - Creates the Partnership for Public Facilities and Infrastructure Act
SB 513 - Parson - Allows health maintenance organizations to require cost sharing of its enrollees
SB 514 - Parson - Prohibits each house of the General Assembly from adoption of an amendment to a bill if certain conditions are not met
SB 515 - Sater - Requires emergency medical technicians, firefighters, and first responders to be mandatory reporters for in-home services client abuse or neglect
SB 516 - Sifton - Bans the sale of event tickets that have a credit card entry restriction to consumers without a signed acknowledgment by the consumer
SB 517 - Wasson - Modifies provisions relating to professional registration, death certificates, collaborative practice, & health information
SB 518 - Wallingford - Modifies provisions relating to the reentry of children released from Children Division's custody
SB 519 - Richard - Creates a separate $4 million cap for state supplemental tax increment financing projects in St. Louis City associated with geospatial-intelligence facilities
SB 520 - Kehoe - Modifies the per barrel fee for the inspection of certain motor fuels
SB 521 - Kehoe - Authorizes the Public Service Commission to adopt rules governing the relationship between water and electrical corporations to effectuate potential energy savings
SB 522 - Kehoe - Modifies the measurement of damages in civil actions for trespass or expanded use of an easement against a rural electric cooperative
SB 523 - Kraus - Modifies provisions relating to election challengers
SB 524 - Cunningham - Modifies provisions relating to contractual fees charged by certain financial institutions
SB 525 - Brown - Requires the Children's Division to list an individual as a perpetrator of child abuse and neglect upon receipt of notice of a court order or judgment
SB 526 - Riddle - Modifies the powers and duties of the Office of the Public Counsel
SB 527 - Keaveny - Specifies that a majority of the circuit and associate circuit judges of the 22nd Judicial Circuit sitting en banc must appoint the sheriff of the City of St. Louis
SB 528 - Sater - Requires health carriers or managed care plans to offer medication synchronization services
SB 529 - Onder - Allows the concealed carrying of firearms on public transportation, including buses and trains, except school buses and Amtrak property
SB 530 - Onder - Enacts multiple provisions to protect the privacy of student data
SB 531 - Emery - Creates the Missouri Empowerment Scholarship Accounts Program
SB 532 - Riddle - Allows the presiding judge of certain circuits to appoint a circuit court marshal
SB 533 - Riddle - Modifies provisions relating to children, including safe sleep, immunizations, and the Perinatal Advisory Council
SB 534 - Schaaf - Makes a technical correction by changing the word "must" to "shall"
SB 535 - Schaaf - Corrects an intersectional reference
SB 536 - Schaaf - Requires state agencies to waive certain privileges with regard to documents requested by members of the General Assembly
SB 537 - Schaaf - Makes a technical change in statute concerning a duty of the Department of Health and Human Services
SB 538 - Schaaf - Makes a technical correction to a statute establishing a nonrenewable scholarship program for students entering a teacher education program
SB 539 - Brown - Allows the county commission, or a county officer designated by the county commission, to provide passport services if the circuit court clerk does not provide the services
SB 540 - Libla - Raises the tax on motor fuel and creates the Public-Private Partnership Authority Act
SB 541 - Pearce - Reauthorizes the film production tax credit and modifies provisions relating to it
SB 542 - Sater - Extends MO HealthNet managed care statewide for only the current managed care populations
SB 543 - Schupp - Modifies provisions relating to disclosure requirements made to the Ethics Commission
SB 544 - Schaefer - Defines "motorcycle profiling" and creates regulations to eliminate motorcycle profiling
SB 545 - Schaefer - Allows certain county hospitals to invest 15% of their funds in mutual funds
SB 546 - Schaefer - Establishes privacy protection for student information used by school service providers of websites, mobile applications, or online services
SB 547 - Riddle - Creates the permanent Joint Committee on Capitol Police to oversee the capitol police and modifies the jurisdiction and duties of the capitol police
SB 548 - Sifton - Requires the Department of Elementary and Secondary Education to employ a dyslexia specialist and creates the Legislative Task Force on Dyslexia
SB 549 - Onder - Modifies provisions relating to collective bargaining representation for public employees
SB 550 - Dixon - Makes data from law enforcement cameras a closed record, prohibits the state from requiring law enforcement cameras, and requires written policies on the use of cameras
SB 551 - Hegeman - Creates a tax credit for donation to an endowment fund of a community foundation
SB 552 - Munzlinger - Specifies that no additional fee may be charged, including any fee for fingerprinting or criminal background checks, to process concealed carry permit applications
SB 553 - Munzlinger - Modifies the authority of county health center boards to promulgate rules to enhance public health and prevent disease
SB 554 - Munzlinger - Specifies that quarries and mining equipment will be assessed based on the previous year's production
SB 555 - Emery - Modifies provisions of the law relating to marriages other than a marriage between a man and a woman
SB 556 - Pearce - Modifies definitions and safety provisions for pedestrians and bicycles
SB 557 - LeVota - Requires the Department of Conservation to reimburse any automobile owner up to $500 for damages sustained to an automobile due to hitting or being hit by a deer
SB 558 - Brown - Requires long-term care facilities to offer influenza vaccinations to specified employees
SB 559 - Chappelle-Nadal - Modifies provisions relating to racial profiling in policing
SB 560 - Chappelle-Nadal - Allows a person to possess up to one ounce of marijuana and provides a licensure process for retail marijuana stores, cultivation facilities, and products manufacturers
SB 561 - Wasson - Allows certain offenses to be prosecuted in the county in which the victim resides or conducts business or where stolen property was located
SB 562 - Wieland - Specifies that the parental right to raise, care, and educate their child is a fundamental right
SB 563 - Wieland - Modifies requirements for certain state agency statements to be promulgated in accordance with the requirements of the Administrative Procedures Act
SB 564 - Kehoe - Allows a court to modify a jury's verdict in an action against a health care provider for medical malpractice
SB 565 - Wallingford - Modifies provisions involving child custody orders
SB 566 - Silvey - Modifies the law regarding the health care market and establishes the Insure Missouri Program to provide health insurance to certain low-income adults
SB 567 - Chappelle-Nadal - Provides that a person shall be liable for depriving another of a Missouri Constitutional right while acting under the color of law
SB 568 - Munzlinger - Modifies various provisions relating to elections
SRM 1 - Chappelle-Nadal - Remonstrates against Governor Nixon for his failed and incompetent leadership and calls for his resignation or impeachment
SCR 1 - Nasheed - Designates January as Sex Trafficking Awareness Month in Missouri
SCR 2 - Nasheed - Designates the month of November as Pica Awareness Month in Missouri
SCR 3 - Wallingford - Establishes the Joint Committee on Solid Waste Management District Operations
SCR 4 - Walsh - Recognizes every September 26th as Mesothelioma Awareness Day
SCR 5 - Romine - Creates the Missouri Lead Industry Employment, Economic Development and Environmental Remediation Task Force
SCR 6 - Schaaf - Disapproves the salary recommendations of the Citizen's Commission on Compensation for Elected Officials
SCR 7 - Brown - Urges the Department of Defense and the Congressional delegation to protect, preserve, and promote state military bases and agencies
SCR 8 - Parson - Creates a state buildings project list to be funded by revenue bonds issued by the State Board of Public Buildings
SCR 9 - Parson - Creates a higher education buildings project list to be funded by revenue bonds issued by the State Board of Public Buildings
SCR 10 - Munzlinger - Urges the Missouri Congressional delegation to make changes to the school lunch program in the Child Nutrition Act Reauthorization in 2015
SCR 11 - Schmitt - Urges Congress to not remove the tax-deferred treatment of 529 college savings plans
SCR 12 - Wasson - Establishes the Missouri Multiple Sclerosis Task Force
SCR 13 - Curls - Declares November 14, 2015, as Neuroblastoma Cancer Awareness Day
SCR 14 - Schaefer - Recognizes the third Monday in June as Ride to Work Day in Missouri
SCR 15 - Riddle - Designates March as Women Veterans' Month in Missouri
SCR 16 - Schupp - Ratifies the Equal Rights Amendment to the United States Constitution
SCR 17 - Hegeman - Urges schools, little league and recreational programs, law enforcement, and prosecutors to do all they can to put an end to threats and assaults on sports officials
SCR 18 - Schupp - Expresses the support of the General Assembly for the practice of Falun Dafa, also known as Falun Gong
SCR 19 - Schaefer - Applies to Congress for the calling of an Article V convention of states to propose certain amendments to the United States Constitution which place limits on the federal government
SCR 20 - Emery - Urges the United States Congress to propose the Regulation Freedom Amendment to the U.S. Constitution
SCR 21 - Dixon - Applies to Congress for the calling of a convention to propose certain amendments to the United States Constitution which place limits on the federal government
SCR 22 - Schaefer - Directs the Attorney General of Missouri to join in the pending legal action brought by the state of Texas against the implementation of the "Deferred Action for Parents of Americans and Lawful Permanent Residents" program
SCR 23 - Schmitt - Applies to Congress for the calling of an Article V convention of states to propose certain amendments to the United States Constitution which place limits on the federal government
SCR 24 - Holsman - Urges Congress to call an Article V Convention for the purpose of proposing amendments to the United States Constitution
SCR 25 - Munzlinger - Establishes the Missouri Wildlife Revitalization Task Force
SCR 26 - Dempsey - Creates the Human Trafficking Task Force
SCR 27 - Onder - Insists that the Missouri Congressional delegation endeavor and resolve to repeal the Affordable Care Act
SCR 28 - LeVota - Urges a commitment to equal rights for people with cognitive disabilities to access technology and information
SCR 29 - Onder - Urges the President and Congress to repeal the federal excise tax on medical devices
SCR 30 - Kehoe - Condemns certain California laws relating to shelled eggs and calls upon the legislature and the voters of California to repeal such laws
SCR 31 - Cunningham - Urges Congress to reinstate the Secure Rural Schools program
SCR 32 - Hegeman - Recognizes April 13, 2015 as "Missouri Lineworker Appreciation Day"
SCR 33 - Curls - Urges the Missouri Congressional delegation to support the use of science-based data to assess the impacts and regulation of modern agricultural technologies
SCR 34 - Emery - Urges the federal government to return certain lands to western states where such lands are located
SCR 35 - Schmitt - Designates May 13, 2015, as Jump Day
SCR 36 - Schmitt - Discourages the Environmental Protection Agency from promulgating any rule regulating the use of individual propane gas barbecue grills
SCR 37 - Wieland - Establishes the Missouri Predatory Towing Practices Task Force
SCR 38 - Richard - Authorizes independent certified public accountant or certified public accounting firm to conduct an audit of State Auditor's office
SCR 39 - Dixon - Requires the Board of Public Buildings to reassign office space within the State Capitol
SCR 40 - Romine - Creates the Study Commission on Mining Property Assessment
SJR 1 - Munzlinger - Modifies the membership composition and terms of service of the commissioners on the Conservation Commission
SJR 2 - Dixon - Changes the procedures for the redistricting of the state Senate and House of Representatives districts
SJR 3 - Chappelle-Nadal - Makes St. Louis City a part of St. Louis County
SJR 4 - Emery - Requires the Senate, beginning January 1, 2017, 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 5 - Kraus - Allows for photographic identification for voting
SJR 6 - Curls - Authorizes the creation of Show-me Small Business Districts
SJR 7 - Richard - Establishes a constitutional limit on punitive damages
SJR 8 - Schmitt - Changes the date for final passage of bills in a regular session of the General Assembly
SJR 9 - Schmitt - Amends the Constitution to limit general revenue appropriations and mandate state income tax rate reductions in certain situations
SJR 10 - Sater - Modifies the constitutional provisions relating to initiative petitions
SJR 11 - Emery - Eliminates income taxes and replaces them with an expanded sales and use tax and creates a property tax relief credit
SJR 12 - Onder - Proposes a constitutional amendment guaranteeing parents the fundamental right to control the education of their minor children
SJR 13 - Schaaf - Establishes the Missouri Anti-Corruption Amendment
SJR 14 - Dixon - Modifies the gubernatorial appointment process
SJR 15 - Cunningham - Modifies the process for approving the salary schedule of the Missouri Citizens' Commission on Compensation for Elected Officials
SR 25 - Dempsey - Notice of Proposed Rule Change-Rules 25 and 28
SR 101 - Richard - Employee resolution
SR 102 - Kehoe - Use of Senate Chamber/Girl State (6-24-15)
SR 172 - Kehoe - Use of Senate Chamber/MO Catholic Conference (10-3-15)
SR 200 - Schaaf - Urges the Governor to not issue bonds for a stadium without legislative or voter approval and states that the Senate will not automatically appropriate money to service such bonds
SR 294 - Kehoe - Use of the Chamber/Missouri Youth Leadership Forum for Students with Disabilities (7-28-15)
SR 750 - Chappelle-Nadal - Use of Senate Chamber/21st Century Leadership Academy (5-20-15)
SR 1036 - Cunningham - Use of Senate Chamber/Constitution Project (9-15-15)
Senate Bills: 570
Senate Concurrent Resolutions: 40
Senate Joint Resolutions: 15
Senate Resolutions: 8

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