SB 1009 Protects geographic information systems created by certain cities and counties
LR Number:4496S.01I Fiscal Note:4496-01
Committee:Local Government and Economic Development
Last Action:03/07/00 - Hearing Conducted S Local Government & Economic Journal page:
Development Committee-Consent
Effective Date:August 28, 2000
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Current Bill Summary

SB 1009 - Under current law, Kansas City and St. Louis have the ability to develop geographic information systems and the ability to charge for the use of the information. Geographic information systems link maps with other data about an area (population, land use, etc.). This act extends that authority to Springfield and first classification non-charter counties (Greene, Jasper, Camden, Cole, Boone, Jefferson, Franklin, Cape Girardeau, Cass, Clay, Platte and Buchanan).

A similar provision appears in CCS/SCS/HS/HB 1238 (TAT).