Agriculture, Conservation, Parks & Touris
Assigned Bills

HB 0205 - (Relford) Modifies various provisions relating to conservation
HB 0219 - (Townley) Amends various provisions of the fencing law
HB 0473 - (Robirds) Makes cut-leaved teasel, common teasel and kudzu vine noxious weeds and requires control
HB 0581 - (Kreider) Revises numerous provisions relating to agriculture
HB 0904 - (Merideth III) Expands the MO Economic Diversification and Afforestation Act of 1990 to include more recent agroforestry practices
SB 0009 Caskey - Revises Ag. Products Marketing Fund, creates Farmland Protection Act and MO Agricultural Adovcate's Office
SB 0038 Westfall - This act makes the Department of Conservation liable for all damages resulting from reintroduction of elk
SB 0088 Kinder - Mandates ethanol phase-in in certain metropolitan areas and allows other areas to adopt ethanol phase-in programs
SB 0107 Steelman - This act makes the Department of Conservation liable for all damages resulting from reintroduction of elk
SB 0127 Childers - Revises permit approval process for certain wastewater treatment facilities
SB 0128 Childers - Grants immunity from liability for injuries or death resulting from risks of paddlesport activities
SB 0132 Bland - Preserves Walt Disney Film Studio as an historic site
SB 0141 Childers - Designates llamas as livestock
SB 0238 Staples - Revises the Tourism Supplemental Revenue Fund
SB 0250 Bentley - Creates a grant and loan program to promote cultural tourism
SB 0302 Johnson - Creates liability for double damages for knowing destruction or damage of crops
SB 0315 Childers - Allows the killing of feral hogs
SB 0325 Foster - Requires foresters to be registered with the Missouri Board of Registered Foresters
SB 0368 Childers - Creates a program to promote sustainable forestry
SB 0462 Westfall - Revises numerous provisions relating to agriculture
SB 0506 Cauthorn - Creates the Farmland Protection Act
SB 0507 Cauthorn - Exempts agriculture land from any laws prohibiting open burning of hay bales or brush
SB 0522 Johnson - Exempts farm animals which escape from definition of "adequate control" for animal abuse
SB 0524 Cauthorn - Creates a sales tax exemption for materials used in the construction of agricultural fencing
SB 0532 Foster - Creates the Large Animal Veterinary Medicine Loan Repayment Program
SB 0564 Rohrbach - Allows amusement ride owners to self-inspect in the absence of an available inspector
SB 0587 Foster - Revises operation of soil and water conservation subdistricts
SB 0615 Foster - Allows school districts to contract with new generation cooperatives for the purchase of biodiesel fuel

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