JOURNAL OF THE SENATE

NINETY-FIRST GENERAL ASSEMBLY

OF THE

STATE OF MISSOURI

FIRST REGULAR SESSION


FIRST DAY--WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 3, 2001


The Senate was called to order at 12:00 noon by Lieutenant Governor Joe Maxwell.

Reverend Carl Gauck offered the following prayer:

Emilie Griffin wrote in her book "The Experience of Prayer", "The best reason to pray is that God is really there."

Gracious and Heavenly Father, we thank You for bringing us to a new beginning, in a new millennium and in a new century. You have provided us with a new type of leadership and new Senators and given us opportunities to do things in a new way. As we gather in this honored chamber let us experience Your presence that You may guide us to handle the challenges of a new and uncertain time and to meet the needs of and serve the people of this state more effectively. In Your Holy Name we pray. Amen.

The Pledge of Allegiance to the Flag was recited.

Senator DePasco announced that photographers from KOLR-TV, the Jefferson City News Tribune, the St. Louis Post-Dispatch, the Associated Press, KRCG-TV, KOMU-TV and the Senate had been given permission to take pictures in the Senate Chamber and gallery today and that guests had been given permission to use flash equipment.

Senator Kenney submitted the following appointments of officers for the temporary organization, which were read:

Secretary of Senate Terry L. Spieler

Sergeant-at-Arms Lester Marcum

Doorkeeper Ken Holman

Senator Kenney requested unanimous consent of the Senate that the above named officers be elected as temporary officers until permanent officers are elected, which request was granted.

MESSAGES FROM THE

SECRETARY OF STATE

The President laid before the Senate the following communication from the Secretary of State, which was read:

To the Honorable Senate of the 91st General Assembly, First Regular Session, of the State of Missouri:

In compliance with Section 115.525, Revised Statutes of Missouri 1994, I have the honor to lay before you herewith a list of the names of the members of the Senate for the 91st General Assembly (First Regular Session) of the State of Missouri, elected at the General Election held on the 7th day of November, 2000 and a list of the names of the Senators elected at the General Election held on the 3rd day of November, 1998.

IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, I hereunto set my hand and affix the official seal of my office this 2nd day of January, 2001.

/s/ Rebecca McDowell Cook

Secretary of State

MISSOURI STATE SENATORS

ELECTED NOVEMBER 7, 2000

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District Name

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1st Anita Yeckel

3rd John Scott

5th Paula J. Carter

7th John Loudon

9th Mary Groves Bland

11th Ronnie DePasco

13th Wayne Goode

15th Michael R. Gibbons

17th Edward E. Quick

19th Ken Jacob

21st James L. (Jim) Mathewson

23rd Chuck Gross

25th Bill I. Foster

27th Peter D. Kinder

29th Doyle Childers

31st Harold L. Caskey

33rd John T. Russell





MISSOURI STATE SENATORS

ELECTED NOVEMBER 3, 1998

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District Name

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2nd Ted House

4th (Vacancy due to resignation of Wm. (Lacy) Clay, Jr.)

6th Larry Rohrbach

8th Bill Kenney

10th Harry Wiggins

12th (Vacancy due to resignation of Sam Graves)

14th John Schneider

16th Sarah Steelman

18th (Vacancy due to resignation of Joe Maxwell)

20th Danny Staples

22nd Steve Stoll

24th Betty Sims

26th David J. Klarich

28th Morris Westfall

30th Roseann Bentley

32nd Marvin Singleton

34th Sidney Johnson



The newly elected Senators advanced to the bar and subscribed to the oath of office, which was administered by the Honorable Byron L. Kinder, Circuit Judge, Cole County.

On roll call the following Senators were present:

Present--Senators
Bentley Bland Carter Caskey
Childers DePasco Foster Gibbons
Goode Gross House Jacob
Johnson Kenney Kinder Klarich
Loudon Mathewson Quick Rohrbach
Russell Schneider Scott Sims
Singleton Staples Steelman Stoll
Westfall Wiggins Yeckel--31
Absent with leave--Senators--None
Vacancies--3
The Lieutenant Governor was present.

RESOLUTIONS

Senator DePasco offered the following resolution:

SENATE RESOLUTION NO. 1

BE IT RESOLVED by the Senate of the Ninety-First General Assembly of State of Missouri, that the rules adopted by the Ninetieth General Assembly, as amended, insofar as they are applicable, be adopted as the temporary rules for the control of the deliberations of the Senate until the permanent rules shall have been adopted, with the following modification:

"Rule 103. During the Ninety-First General Assembly, from January 3, 2001 through and to February 1, 2001, and thereafter, unless one political party shall hold eighteen or more seats, the following rules shall apply:

1. There is established the office of Co-Pro Tem. The Co-Pro Tem shall be nominated from the members of the Senate who are not of the same party as the Lieutenant Governor, and shall be elected by the Senate. The Co-Pro Tem shall be authorized the same allowances and staff as is authorized for the President Pro Tem and shall appoint the Co-Chair and the members of his party to all standing committees.

2. The President Pro Tem and the Co-Pro Tem shall assign bills to committee in accordance with Senate rules as they shall mutually agree. If no agreement is reached upon a particular bill, such bill shall be assigned by the Pro Tem or Co-Pro Tem in accordance with Senate rules according to the party of the sponsoring senator or representative.

3. The Parliamentary Committee shall consist of the President Pro Tem, the Co-Pro Tem and the Co-Chairs of the Committee on Judiciary. All points of order shall be referred to the Parliamentary Committee for decision. If no majority is reached on the question, the question shall be referred to the members of the Senate. In the event of the absence of a member, the Co-Chair of the Committee on Civil and Criminal Jurisprudence of the same party as the absent member, shall act. If both members of the same party on the committee are absent, the Co-Chair of the Committee on Civil and Criminal Jurisprudence and the floor leader of the same party shall act.

4. Standing Committees shall be composed of an equal number of Democrats and Republicans not to exceed eight members except that the Committee on Education may have ten members and the Appropriations Committee which may have twelve members. Bills may be reported do pass by a majority vote of the members present after a quorum has been established. The committee report must be signed by both Co-Chairs.

5. Conference committees shall consist of five members. Three of the members shall be of the same party as the principal sponsor of the bill. The President Pro-Tem and the Co-Pro Tem shall appoint the members of their party; except that, in event a bill has two principal co-sponsors of different political parties, such co-sponsors may agree upon the number to be appointed by the Pro Tem and Co-Pro Tem respectively.

6. Each party caucus shall elect a floor leader. Such floor leaders shall be provided equal staff and budget resources, shall consult and agree upon the conduct of business in the Senate and shall alternate the performance of the functions of a floor leader in the conduct of Senate business as they shall agree.

7. In the event of a conflict between these rules and any other Senate rule, these rules shall prevail.".

AGREEMENT

The following agreement has been entered into by the members of the Senate and has been approved by the caucuses of both political parties:

1. The attached Rule No. 103 be adopted by the Senate as part of both the temporary and permanent rules of the Senate for the Ninety-First General Assembly.

2. It is agreed by the members of the Senate that the Pro-Tem and the Co-Pro Tem will share the master of ceremony responsibilities at the Inauguration. Senator Quick shall introduce the Governor and Attorney General and Senator Kinder shall introduce the Secretary of State and the Treasurer.

3. In the event that one party shall hold eighteen or more seats after all thirty-four senators have been seated, the President Pro Tem shall resign and an election of President Pro-Tempore shall be held and the above rules shall not apply.

4. The leadership of the Missouri Senate shall be chosen by a majority of the elected senators.

/s/ Edward E. Quick /s/ Peter Kinder
/s/ Ronnie DePasco /s/ Bill Kenney

Senator DePasco moved that the above resolution be adopted, which motion prevailed by the following vote:

YEAS--Senators
Bentley Bland Carter Caskey
Childers DePasco Foster Gibbons
Goode Gross House Jacob
Johnson Kenney Kinder Loudon
Mathewson Quick Rohrbach Russell
Schneider Scott Sims Singleton
Staples Steelman Stoll Westfall
Wiggins Yeckel--30
NAYS--Senator Klarich--1
Absent--Senators--None
Absent with leave--Senators--None
Vacancies--3

Senator Kenney moved that the Senate proceed to perfect its organization, which motion prevailed.

Senator Kinder nominated Senator Edward E. Quick for President Pro Tem. Senator Mathewson seconded the nomination.

No further nominations being made, Senator Quick was elected President Pro Tem by the following vote:

YEAS--Senators
Bentley Bland Carter Caskey
Childers DePasco Foster Gibbons
Goode Gross House Jacob
Johnson Kenney Kinder Klarich
Loudon Mathewson Quick Rohrbach
Russell Schneider Scott Sims
Singleton Staples Steelman Stoll
Westfall Wiggins Yeckel--31
NAYS--Senators--None
Absent--Senators--None
Absent with leave--Senators--None
Vacancies--3

Senator Quick nominated Senator Peter Kinder for Co-President Pro Tem. Senator Russell seconded the nomination.



No further nominations being made, Senator Kinder was elected Co-President Pro Tem by the following vote:

YEAS--Senators
Bentley Bland Carter Caskey
Childers DePasco Foster Gibbons
Goode Gross House Jacob
Johnson Kenney Kinder Klarich
Loudon Mathewson Quick Rohrbach
Russell Schneider Scott Sims
Singleton Staples Steelman Stoll
Westfall Wiggins Yeckel--31
NAYS--Senators--None
Absent--Senators--None
Absent with leave--Senators--None
Vacancies--3

Senator Quick was escorted to the dais by Senator Mathewson.

Senator Kinder was escorted to the dais by Senator Sims.

Senator Quick subscribed to the oath of office of President Pro Tem, administered by the Honorable Judge Byron Kinder, Circuit Judge.

Senator Kinder subscribed to the oath of office of Co-President Pro Tem, administered by the Honorable Judge Byron Kinder, Circuit Judge.

President Pro Tem Quick assumed the dais and addressed the members of the Senate.

Ladies and Gentlemen, distinguished guests, Lt. Governor Maxwell, Judge, friends and family,

It is once again my privilege and pleasure to address the Missouri Senate as we open a new year and new session of the Missouri General Assembly. Let me first introduce my special guests:

My wife Jane

My son Mark, my granddaughter Morgan and her mother Michelle

My daughter Rebecca, my grandson Nathan, granddaughter Marley and grandson Ethan, and

My son Randy and granddaughters Jessica and Amanda.

X X X X X X X

It gives me great pleasure to welcome back my old friends and colleagues...and to be joined by our new colleagues...Senator John Loudon, Senator Michael Gibbons, Senator Chuck Gross and Senator Bill Foster...I know how special this day is for you.

I want to personally congratulate you...and ask my fellow Senators and everyone in the gallery to rise and join me in welcoming these four new members to the Missouri Senate. The trust and responsibility your constituents have placed on you is tremendous. I know I speak for all of us here in welcoming you and offering to help in every possible way in your efforts to serve the citizens that you-and all of us-represent here.

X X X X X X X

Two days before Christmas, as most of you know, my house caught fire. Although there are many interesting things that go through your mind when your house is burning....what I found to be the most interesting is what you save when you only have a few minutes. What are the things important enough for you to pick up, while other things, far more valuable, you leave behind. It's not always the monetary things that you find are close to your heart, it many times is something that has no monetary value at all. As I was thinking about what I was going to say today, I realized that in the Missouri Senate I find myself in the same situation. The things that are close to my heart have no monetary value for me but are extremely important to the citizens of the state. I think we all need to remember during this upcoming session that the issues we work on and fight for need to be the treasures that are close to our hearts and those that we are the most proud of.

These next four years will be my last opportunity to serve in the Missouri Senate (some will be very glad to see this happen). However, this means that in the next four years, I must accomplish as many things as possible in order to guarantee for my children, my grandchildren and all the citizens of Missouri a better life with more opportunities. All of those who know me, know how truly proud and fortunate I feel to serve in the Missouri State Senate. The responsibility to represent 155,000 people is awesome! For this reason, it is so important to me for all the Senators sitting here, old and new, democrats and republicans, to receive the highest grade in "playing and working well with others."

The thing that I have always found incredible is the fact that the Missouri Senate is one of only two chambers in the nation that is not divided by an aisle. In our Chamber, Democrats and Republicans sit side by side. When a Senator rises to speak, a person in the gallery never knows whether they are a democrat or a republican.

November brought one of the closest and most unusual election cycles in the history of our nation and in the history of this state. News reporters, political analysts and historians will spend a tremendous amount of time studying this election and trying to figure out what it all means.

I'm neither a reporter, nor a historian. But as a lawmaker, I want to listen very closely to what the people have said. I believe the election tells us a great deal about those we serve and how they wish to be served.

What can we determine by the closeness of the recent election? That in almost everything we do we will make half the people happy and half the people angry....

But what it really tells me is that the people of Missouri are not only looking for us to work together on behalf of them, but expecting us to work together to solve our upcoming tight budget issues, our transportation problems, our waste in government, our need for healthcare and education improvements among others. Let's not let their vote and message fall on deaf ears.

Because of the closeness and possible even split between Democrats and Republicans, other states will check on us to see how we handle this situation. Let's be sure we do not embarrass ourselves and our state. We are the Show Me State. Let's show ourselves that we can rise to the occasion and make ourselves proud!

Thank you

Co-President Pro Tem Kinder assumed the dais and addressed the members of the Senate.

President Quick, Lieutenant Governor Maxwell, my colleagues in the Senate, distinguished guests, ladies and gentlemen. For me to stand here on this auspicious occasion fills me with an emotion that I hope does not overcome me, but I hope you will understand the emotion that I do feel. No member of my party has stood here for 54 years, since 54 years ago, this week, the same oath was taken by the man who later distinguished himself as Judge M. C. Matthes, of Hillsboro, in Jefferson County. So, it is an historic occasion for that reason among many others. But, I really was not fully appreciative of the power of the moment until I saw this ballet, this minuet, if you will, between the two floorleaders, exercising coequal powers. There was something, I think something almost magic in that, and we've already done better than they've done in some other states under the same circumstances, because a few years back, in Florida, it took them three days to elect officers, when they were tied. So, we've already done better.

Many of you know that I am an avid reader, and in reading a few months back, I came across an Australian Proverb that I had never seen before that I thought appropriate for this occasion, to remind us, as temporary occupants of these offices and public servants. The proverb goes, "Today, a rooster strutting about, tomorrow, a feather duster."

There surely is a great deal of wisdom in that for us all to reflect on, as we scurry about these halls, and get called Senator this and Senator that. We also tend to speak too often of my district, and your district, and our districts. Of course, they're not my district, and they're not your district. In a much more important sense, they are the people's districts, and we are but temporary custodians of these seats. And that leads me to the subject of these inscriptions on the walls of the Capitol, and we see two in this chamber that we're always mindful of during debates and floor action where occasionally eyes drift up to those two fine admonitions. But I want you to know my favorite is contained just outside the rear of the Senate chamber, where it is inscribed in gold, over those magnificent doors out there, "Not to be Served, but to Serve."

Many of you know that last summer, it was my fate, my family's fate to have happen to us, what has happened to other members of the Senate family in recent years, extended family.

I got the call from the Georgia Highway Patrol, on the 1st of July, 2000, six months ago, this past Saturday, that my parents were in a very serious car accident. My father was a fatality in that accident. My mother was injured. My father was two months short of his 83rd birthday, that morning in July, when his life was cut short in that accident. Again, I say in a call, not unfamiliar to many of the families here today. I will never forget the response of the Senate family, that it threw its arms around me in the ensuing days and weeks. Fully, half of the Senate was represented, personally, at either the visitation on Wednesday evening that followed, or the funeral service that Thursday morning, the 6th of July. And, I will also never forget, as a testament to what the Senate family is, and what it means, that on the plane the Senate organized originating here in Jefferson City, but mainly carrying our colleagues from the western side of the state, on that plane, were five Democrats, and two Republicans, emphasizing the Senator from the 17th's point, about how we don't divide by parties in this chamber, but each man and each woman is a Senator.

Now, I mention my father on the heels of that admonition, not to be served, but to serve, because I want to tell you a little bit about him, as how I think exemplifies that credo.

My father, unlike his third son, was no man of words. He was apolitical, nonpolitical. He had little use for government. He was no politician. He was a man of science, a graduate of one of our great universities, Washington University, both undergraduate and medical school, a medical doctor at the age of 23, before going off to service with the successor unit to the Flying Tigers in World War II, and then coming back and getting his speciality training, avoiding other more remunerative occupations in medicine that he could have chosen, that were his for the choosing, for the less remunerative compensation of the life of a pediatrician, which meant 80 and 90 and 100 hour weeks. He was the only board certified pediatrician between St. Louis and Memphis in those days of the baby boom. My father practiced that way in Cape Girardeau for 49 years, before closing his office four years ago this month, as he was closing in on 80 years old, but not to retire fully. But to go then to the county health unit in the poorest of South Cape Girardeau, there to take care of what the bureaucrats called an exclusively Medicaid population, continuing working into, through, and beyond into the ninth decade of his life, not to be served, but to serve. And, his example, is one that is uppermost in my mind today.

Now, we have many issues that we will obsess over, I don't doubt, this session. One is transportation, and I note that MoDot, the Commission, was meeting this morning down the street, taking momentous action on the bond money and disbursing proceeds of how we're going to move ahead in transportation in this state. I note that transportation was an issue in the late gubernatorial election without, it seems to me, a clear resolution one way or another. And in one of my conversations with the Governor-elect, following the election, this was our face-to-face meeting the week after the election, I mentioned it to him and he said, he will be coming forward with a proposal, and I eagerly await that, so that we can debate it on this floor, and I look forward to working with all of you on that.

Likewise, on health care issues, and prescription drugs, another issue that was fought out in the Governor's election, and I fully expect that we will be seeing many proposals in this session.

Now, a word about the budget, which we are told will be tight this year. We've had seven or eight straight years in which there was no question we would have a capital improvement bill, but such were the coffers overflowing to that extent, that we could always have a capital improvement bill, even way over $100 million, for each of the last seven or eight years. That may very well not be the case we're told by the budgetary planners this year, and I know Governor-elect Holden has been hard at work on the budgetary issues that face him. But in the midst of this, our task has been complicated more by the ruling of Cole County Circuit Court that is now in the Supreme Court on the Hancock Amendment issues, saying we owe $244 million in Hancock refunds. And I note that there have been some in elected office, and some in appointive office in our state government who have decried this and said that it's a terrible thing that we have the Hancock Amendment and that the people who brought suit under it are to be deplored and we're to somehow look upon them with disdain. I think it's time that we stop decrying those citizens, among us, those Missourians among us, who find that they must bring resort to the legal process to enforce the Constitution, and I think we ought to live by the Constitution and all its articles and amendments.

And, a word about tobacco issues that face us. Ideas on how to spend the tobacco money surely are as numerous as members of the House and Senate. They're as common as blackberries in July, and I don't stand before you to assert my ideas on how to spend that money. I will trust, as I will with these budget issues to the two chairmen of the Appropriations Committee, in great measure, who I expect to be the Senator from the 13th, and the Senator from Laclede, as veterans of that process, and they can help guide us through these many difficult issues. But I do commend to you in the true spirit of bipartisanship the letter authored by the Senator from the 13th, veteran budgetman that he is, dated December 7th, in which he identified for us a problem we face with this initiative petition that is in the field.

The initiative petition that has been filed and for which we don't doubt will get the signatures, presents great problems, it seems to me, as people who have taken the oath of office that we have just taken. It is hard to view it as anything other than a direct and sweeping attack on the constitutional powers of the members of the House and Senate to appropriate money and write the budget, and I ask you all to reflect on it as we consider the issues before us. That is something that all Missourians are going to have to think about before they take the extraordinary step of writing these percentages into the constitution the way it has been proposed.

Now, we hear much today about how we are evenly divided, as a country, and indeed, we have an even U. S. Senate, at 50-50. We have a very close margin, historically close, in the United States House. We have just finished one of the closest Presidential elections ever in American history, and the observer will note that much the same is true in the great state of Missouri. We just finished the third closest Governor's election in a century. We have a very close margin in the state House of Representatives, as we had the last two years, and we have a near tie in the Missouri Senate.

What I want to stress here is that although we Americans and we Missourians are very nearly evenly divided, the encouraging thing is that we are not deeply divided. The distinction is crucial. Here is how one writer put it recently. "Many Americans and Missourians have a favorite party and a deeply held belief, and therefore, may find it hard to vote for the other party. However, most Americans do not find themselves actually alienated from their fellow Americans or truly fearful if the other party wins power. Unlike Bosnia or Northern Ireland, competing for power in the U.S. remains largely a debate between people who can work together once the election is over. I do most heartily commend that observation to you, and isn't that our task, to work together once the election is over?

I should like to introduce my special guests, my niece, Louisa Kinder is here with us today--my mother's oldest grandchild. And by the grace of God, over the weekend, Mom felt good enough to come--my mother, Mary Frances Hunter Kinder is here with us, as well.

In closing, I ask that we all remember that Australian Proverb, "Today a rooster strutting about, tomorrow a feather duster." And, we also remember that Capitol inscription outside our chamber, "Not to be served, but to serve."

President Maxwell resumed the Chair.

Senator Quick nominated Terry L. Spieler for Secretary of the Senate. Senator Kinder seconded the nomination.

No further nominations being made, Ms. Spieler was elected by the following vote:

YEAS--Senators
Bentley Bland Carter Caskey
Childers DePasco Foster Gibbons
Gross House Jacob Johnson
Kenney Kinder Klarich Loudon
Mathewson Quick Rohrbach Russell
Schneider Scott Sims Singleton
Staples Steelman Stoll Westfall
Wiggins Yeckel--30
NAYS--Senators--None
Absent--Senator Goode--1
Absent with leave--Senators--None
Vacancies--3

Senator Kinder nominated Lester Marcum for Sergeant-at-Arms. Senator Quick seconded the nomination.

No other nominations being made, Mr. Marcum was elected by the following vote:

YEAS--Senators
Bentley Bland Carter Caskey
Childers DePasco Foster Gibbons
Goode Gross House Jacob
Johnson Kenney Kinder Klarich
Loudon Mathewson Quick Rohrbach
Russell Schneider Scott Sims
Singleton Staples Steelman Stoll
Westfall Wiggins Yeckel--31
NAYS--Senators--None
Absent--Senators--None
Absent with leave--Senators--None
Vacancies--3

Senator Quick nominated Ken Holman for Doorkeeper. Senator Kinder seconded the nomination.

No other nominations being made, Mr. Holman was elected by the following vote:

YEAS--Senators
Bentley Bland Carter Caskey
Childers DePasco Foster Gibbons
Goode Gross House Jacob
Johnson Kenney Kinder Klarich
Loudon Mathewson Quick Rohrbach
Russell Schneider Scott Sims
Singleton Staples Steelman Stoll
Westfall Wiggins Yeckel--31
NAYS--Senators--None
Absent--Senators--None
Absent with leave--Senators--None
Vacancies--3

Terry Spieler, Lester Marcum and Ken Holman advanced to the bar and subscribed to the oath of office, which was administered by Judge Kinder.

RESOLUTIONS

Senator Kenney offered the following resolution, which was read:

SENATE RESOLUTION NO. 2

BE IT RESOLVED by the Senate, that the Secretary of the Senate inform the House of Representatives that the Senate of the First Regular Session of the Ninety-first General Assembly is duly convened and is now in session and ready for consideration of business;

BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that the Secretary of the Senate notify the House of Representatives that the Senate is now organized with the election of the following named officers:

President Pro Tem Edward Quick

Co-President Pro Tem Peter Kinder

Secretary of Senate Terry L. Spieler

Sergeant-at-Arms Lester S. Marcum

Doorkeeper Ken Holman

Senator Kenney moved that the above resolution be adopted, which motion prevailed.

On motion of Senator Kenney, the Senate recessed until 3:00 p.m.

RECESS

The time of recess having expired, the Senate was called to order by President Pro Tem Quick.

MESSAGES FROM THE HOUSE

The following messages were received from the House of Representatives through its Chief Clerk:

Mr. President: I am instructed by the House of Representatives to inform the Senate that the House has taken up and adopted HR 3.

HOUSE RESOLUTION NO. 3

BE IT RESOLVED, that the Chief Clerk of the House of Representatives of the Ninety-First General Assembly inform the Senate that the House is duly convened and is now in session ready for consideration of business.

BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the Chief Clerk of the House of Representatives of the Ninety-First General Assembly is hereby instructed to inform the Senate that the House of Representatives is now duly organized with the following officers to wit:

Speaker Jim Kreider

Speaker Pro Tem Mark Abel

Chief Clerk Ted Wedel

Doorkeeper Carl Strader

Sergeant-at-Arms Ralph Robinett

Chaplains Fr. David Buescher and Rev. Rudy Beard

Also,

Mr. President: I am instructed by the House of Representatives to inform the Senate that the House has taken up and adopted HR 4.

HOUSE RESOLUTION NO. 4

BE IT RESOLVED, that a message be sent to the Governor of the State of Missouri to inform His Excellency that the House of Representatives and the Senate of the Ninety-first General Assembly, First Regular Session of the State of Missouri, are now regularly organized and ready for business, and to receive any message or communication that His Excellency may desire to submit, and the Chief Clerk of the House of Representatives be directed to inform the Senate of the adoption of this resolution.

Also,

Mr. President: I am instructed by the House of Representatives to inform the Senate that the House has taken up and adopted HCR 1.

HOUSE CONCURRENT RESOLUTION NO. 1

BE IT RESOLVED, by the House of Representatives of the Ninety-first General Assembly, First Regular Session of the State of Missouri, the Senate concurring therein, that the House of Representatives and the Senate convene in Joint Session in the Hall of the House of Representatives at 10:30 a.m., Thursday, January 4, 2001, to receive a message from His Excellency, the Honorable Roger Wilson, Governor of the State of Missouri; and

BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that a committee of ten (10) from the House be appointed by the Speaker to act with a committee of ten (10) from the Senate, appointed by the President Pro Tem, to wait upon the Governor of the State of Missouri and inform His Excellency that the House of Representatives and Senate of the Ninety-first General Assembly, First Regular Session, are now organized and ready for business and to receive any message or communication that His Excellency may desire to submit, and that the Chief Clerk of the House of Representatives be directed to inform the Senate of the adoption of this resolution.In which the concurrence of the Senate is respectfully requested.

Also,

Mr. President: I am instructed by the House of Representatives to inform the Senate that the House has taken up and adopted HCR 2.

HOUSE CONCURRENT RESOLUTION NO. 2

BE IT RESOLVED, by the House of Representatives of the Ninety-first General Assembly, First Regular Session of the State of Missouri, the Senate concurring therein, that the House of Representatives and the Senate convene in Joint Session in the Hall of the House of Representatives at 10:30 a.m., Wednesday, January 10, 2001, to receive a message from His Honor William Ray Price, Jr., the Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of the State of Missouri; and

BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that a committee of ten (10) from the House be appointed by the Speaker to act with a committee of ten (10) from the Senate, appointed by the President Pro Tem, to wait upon the Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of the State of Missouri and inform His Honor that the House of Representatives and the Senate of the Ninety-first General Assembly, First Regular Session, are now organized and ready for business and to receive any message or communication that His Honor may desire to submit, and that the Chief Clerk of the House of Representatives be directed to inform the Senate of this resolution.

In which the concurrence of the Senate is respectfully requested.

Also,

Mr. President: I am instructed by the House of Representatives to inform the Senate that the House has taken up and adopted HCR 3.

HOUSE CONCURRENT RESOLUTION NO. 3

BE IT RESOLVED, by the House of Representatives of the Ninety-first General Assembly, First Regular Session of the State of Missouri, the Senate concurring therein, that the House of Representatives and the Senate convene in Joint Session in the Hall of the House of Representatives at 10:30 a.m., Tuesday, January 30, 2001, to receive a message from His Excellency, the Honorable Bob Holden, Governor of the State of Missouri; and

BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that a committee of ten (10) from the House be appointed by the Speaker to act with a committee of ten (10) from the Senate, appointed by the President Pro Tem, to wait upon the Governor of the State of Missouri and inform His Excellency that the House of Representatives and Senate of the Ninety-first General Assembly, First Regular Session, are now organized and ready for business and to receive any message or communication that His Excellency may desire to submit, and that the Chief Clerk of the House of Representatives be directed to inform the Senate of the adoption of this resolution.

In which the concurrence of the Senate is respectfully requested.

MESSAGES FROM THE GOVERNOR

The following messages were received from the Governor, reading of which was waived:

OFFICE OF THE GOVERNOR

State of Missouri

Jefferson City, Missouri

January 3, 2001

TO THE SENATE OF THE 91st GENERAL ASSEMBLY OF THE STATE OF MISSOURI:

I have the honor to transmit to you herewith for your advice and consent the following appointment made and commissioned by Governor Mel Carnahan on July 12, 2000, while the Senate was not in session.

John F. Bass, Democrat, 4841 Margaretta, St. Louis City, Missouri 63115, as a member of the Coordinating Board for Higher Education, for a term ending June 27, 2006, and until his successor is duly appointed and qualified; vice, reappointed to a full term.

Respectfully submitted,

ROGER B. WILSON

Governor

Also,

OFFICE OF THE GOVERNOR

State of Missouri

Jefferson City, Missouri

January 3, 2001

TO THE SENATE OF THE 91st GENERAL ASSEMBLY OF THE STATE OF MISSOURI:

I have the honor to transmit to you herewith for your advice and consent the following appointment, made and commissioned by Governor Mel Carnahan on September 29, 2000, while the Senate was not in session.

Terry Bloomberg, 47 Frontenac Estates, St. Louis, St. Louis County, Missouri 63131, as a member of the Children's Trust Fund Board, for a term ending September 15, 2003, and until her successor is duly appointed and qualified; vice, reappointed to a full term.

Respectfully submitted,

ROGER B. WILSON

Governor

Also,



OFFICE OF THE GOVERNOR

State of Missouri

Jefferson City, Missouri

January 3, 2001

TO THE SENATE OF THE 91st GENERAL ASSEMBLY OF THE STATE OF MISSOURI:

I have the honor to transmit to you herewith for your advice and consent the following appointment, made and commissioned by Governor Mel Carnahan on September 29, 2000, while the Senate was not in session.

Nanci Anton Bobrow, Ph.D., 50 Kingsbury Place, St. Louis City, Missouri 63112, as a member of the Children's Trust Fund Board, for a term ending September 15, 2003, and until her successor is duly appointed and qualified; vice, reappointed to a full term.

Respectfully submitted,

ROGER B. WILSON

Governor

Also,

OFFICE OF THE GOVERNOR

State of Missouri

Jefferson City, Missouri

January 3, 2001

TO THE SENATE OF THE 91st GENERAL ASSEMBLY OF THE STATE OF MISSOURI:

I have the honor to transmit to you herewith for your advice and consent the following appointment, made and commissioned by Governor Mel Carnahan on October 11, 2000, while the Senate was not in session.

Charles E. Braithwait, Democrat, 202 James Drive, Clinton, Henry County, Missouri 64735, as a member of the Missouri Housing Development Commission, for a term ending October 6, 2004, and until his successor is duly appointed and qualified; vice, reappointed to a full term.

Respectfully submitted,

ROGER B. WILSON

Governor

Also,

OFFICE OF THE GOVERNOR

State of Missouri

Jefferson City, Missouri

January 3, 2001

TO THE SENATE OF THE 91st GENERAL ASSEMBLY OF THE STATE OF MISSOURI:

I have the honor to transmit to you herewith for your advice and consent the following appointment, made and commissioned by Governor Mel Carnahan on July 12, 2000, while the Senate was not in session.

R. Marie Carmichael, Democrat, 908 Augusta Drive, Springfield, Greene County, Missouri 65809, as a member of the Coordinating Board for Higher Education, for a term ending June 27, 2006, and until her successor is duly appointed and qualified; vice, reappointed to a full term.

Respectfully submitted,

ROGER B. WILSON

Governor



Also,

OFFICE OF THE GOVERNOR

State of Missouri

Jefferson City, Missouri

January 3, 2001

TO THE SENATE OF THE 91st GENERAL ASSEMBLY OF THE STATE OF MISSOURI:

I have the honor to transmit to you herewith for your advice and consent the following appointment, made and commissioned by Governor Mel Carnahan on June 2, 2000, while the Senate was not in session.

Arie L. Crawford, 1305-A South Country Club Drive, Jefferson City, Cole County, Missouri 65109, as a public member of the Advisory Committee for 911 Service Oversight, for a term ending April 21, 2004, and until her successor is duly appointed and qualified; vice, Atkins Warren, term expired.

Respectfully submitted,

ROGER B. WILSON

Governor



Also,



OFFICE OF THE GOVERNOR

State of Missouri

Jefferson City, Missouri

January 3, 2001

TO THE SENATE OF THE 91st GENERAL ASSEMBLY OF THE STATE OF MISSOURI:

I have the honor to transmit to you herewith for your advice and consent the following appointment, made and commissioned by Governor Mel Carnahan on September 28, 2000, while the Senate was not in session.

Dorothy M. Creager, 3904 Summit Ridge, Independence, Jackson County, Missouri 64055, as a member of the Board of Boiler and Pressure Vessel Rules, for a term ending September 28, 2004, and until her successor is duly appointed and qualified; vice, reappointed to a full term.

Respectfully submitted,

ROGER B. WILSON

Governor

Also,



OFFICE OF THE GOVERNOR

State of Missouri

Jefferson City, Missouri

January 3, 2001

TO THE SENATE OF THE 91st GENERAL ASSEMBLY OF THE STATE OF MISSOURI:

I have the honor to transmit to you herewith for your advice and consent the following appointment, made and commissioned by Governor Mel Carnahan on August 22, 2000, while the Senate was not in session.

Dwayne A. Crompton, Democrat, 11705 Summit, Kansas City, Jackson County, Missouri 64114, as a member of the Missouri Housing Development Commission, for a term ending October 13, 2001, and until his successor is duly appointed and qualified; vice, Deborah Patterson, resigned.

Respectfully submitted,

ROGER B. WILSON

Governor

Also,



OFFICE OF THE GOVERNOR

State of Missouri

Jefferson City, Missouri

January 3, 2001

TO THE SENATE OF THE 91st GENERAL ASSEMBLY OF THE STATE OF MISSOURI:

I have the honor to transmit to you herewith for your advice and consent the following appointment, made and commissioned by Governor Mel Carnahan on September 28, 2000, while the Senate was not in session.

William P. Darby, 9600 Litzsinger Road, St. Louis, St. Louis County, Missouri 63124, as a member of the Safe Drinking Water Commission, for a term ending September 1, 2004, and until his successor is duly appointed and qualified; vice, reappointed to a full term.

Respectfully submitted,

ROGER B. WILSON

Governor

Also,



OFFICE OF THE GOVERNOR

State of Missouri

Jefferson City, Missouri

January 3, 2001

TO THE SENATE OF THE 91st GENERAL ASSEMBLY OF THE STATE OF MISSOURI:

I have the honor to transmit to you herewith for your advice and consent the following appointment, made and commissioned by Governor Mel Carnahan on October 4, 2000, while the Senate was not in session.

Willie J. Ellis, Democrat, 2025 Splendor, Florissant, St. Louis County, Missouri 63033, as a member of the Public Defender Commission, for a term ending December 30, 2003, and until his successor is duly appointed and qualified; vice, Raymond Hirsch, term expired.

Respectfully submitted,

ROGER B. WILSON

Governor

Also,



OFFICE OF THE GOVERNOR

State of Missouri

Jefferson City, Missouri

January 3, 2001

TO THE SENATE OF THE 91st GENERAL ASSEMBLY OF THE STATE OF MISSOURI:

I have the honor to transmit to you herewith for your advice and consent the following appointment, made and commissioned by Governor Mel Carnahan on July 18, 2000, while the Senate was not in session.

Shirley A. Fearon, 11124 East 85th Street, Raytown, Jackson County, Missouri 64138, as a member of the State Mental Health Commission, for a term ending June 28, 2004, and until her successor is duly appointed and qualified; vice, reappointed to a full term.

Respectfully submitted,

ROGER B. WILSON

Governor



Also,



OFFICE OF THE GOVERNOR

State of Missouri

Jefferson City, Missouri

January 3, 2001

TO THE SENATE OF THE 91st GENERAL ASSEMBLY OF THE STATE OF MISSOURI:

I have the honor to transmit to you herewith for your advice and consent the following appointment, made and commissioned by Governor Mel Carnahan on August 18, 2000, while the Senate was not in session.

Jerry Dean Gladden, 2456 County Road 338, New Bloomfield, Callaway County, Missouri 65063, as a member of the Personnel Advisory Board, for a term ending July 31, 2006, and until his successor is duly appointed and qualified; vice, Carolyn Ann Hulbert, term expired.

Respectfully submitted,

ROGER B. WILSON

Governor



Also,

OFFICE OF THE GOVERNOR

State of Missouri

Jefferson City, Missouri

January 3, 2001

TO THE SENATE OF THE 91st GENERAL ASSEMBLY OF THE STATE OF MISSOURI:

I have the honor to transmit to you herewith for your advice and consent the following appointment, made and commissioned by Governor Mel Carnahan on September 28, 2000, while the Senate was not in session.

Elizabeth K. Grove, 36970 Monroe Road 370, Monroe City, Monroe County, Missouri 63456, as a member of the Safe Drinking Water Commission, for a term ending September 1, 2004, and until her successor is duly appointed and qualified; vice, reappointed to a full term.

Respectfully submitted,

ROGER B. WILSON

Governor



Also,

OFFICE OF THE GOVERNOR

State of Missouri

Jefferson City, Missouri

January 3, 2001

TO THE SENATE OF THE 91st GENERAL ASSEMBLY OF THE STATE OF MISSOURI:

I have the honor to transmit to you herewith for your advice and consent the following appointment, made and commissioned by Governor Mel Carnahan on September 28, 2000, while the Senate was not in session.

Susan E. Hazelwood, 3005 Chapel Hill Road, Columbia, Boone County, Missouri 65203, as a member of the Safe Drinking Water Commission, for a term ending September 1, 2004, and until her successor is duly appointed and qualified; vice, reappointed to a full term.

Respectfully submitted,

ROGER B. WILSON

Governor



Also,

OFFICE OF THE GOVERNOR

State of Missouri

Jefferson City, Missouri

January 3, 2001

TO THE SENATE OF THE 91st GENERAL ASSEMBLY OF THE STATE OF MISSOURI:

I have the honor to transmit to you herewith for your advice and consent the following appointment, made and commissioned by Governor Mel Carnahan on August 24, 2000, while the Senate was not in session.

Delores A. Hudson, Democrat, 1230 Pembrooke Drive, Warrensburg, Johnson County, Missouri 64093, as a member of the Health and Educational Facilities Authority of the State of Missouri, for a term ending July 30, 2005, and until her successor is duly appointed and qualified; vice, reappointed to a full term.

Respectfully submitted,

ROGER B. WILSON

Governor

Also,

OFFICE OF THE GOVERNOR

State of Missouri

Jefferson City, Missouri

January 3, 2001

TO THE SENATE OF THE 91st GENERAL ASSEMBLY OF THE STATE OF MISSOURI:

I have the honor to transmit to you herewith for your advice and consent the following appointment, made and commissioned by Governor Mel Carnahan on June 2, 2000, while the Senate was not in session.

John F. "Jack" Hunt, Republican, 407 Sutters Mill Road, St. Peters, St. Charles County, Missouri 63376, as a member of the St. Charles County Convention and Sports Facilities Authority, for a term ending April 27, 2003, and until his successor is duly appointed and qualified; vice, Don W. Boschert, Jr., term expired.

Respectfully submitted,

ROGER B. WILSON

Governor



Also,

OFFICE OF THE GOVERNOR

State of Missouri

Jefferson City, Missouri

January 3, 2001

TO THE SENATE OF THE 91st GENERAL ASSEMBLY OF THE STATE OF MISSOURI:

I have the honor to transmit to you herewith for your advice and consent the following appointment, made and commissioned by Governor Mel Carnahan on September 28, 2000, while the Senate was not in session.

Mann H. Jawad, 3007 Crossview Estates, St. Louis, St. Louis County, Missouri 63129, as a member of the Board of Boiler and Pressure Vessel Rules, for a term ending September 28, 2004, and until his successor is duly appointed and qualified; vice, reappointed to a full term.

Respectfully submitted,

ROGER B. WILSON

Governor

Also,

OFFICE OF THE GOVERNOR

State of Missouri

Jefferson City, Missouri

January 3, 2001

TO THE SENATE OF THE 91st GENERAL ASSEMBLY OF THE STATE OF MISSOURI:

I have the honor to transmit to you herewith for your advice and consent the following appointment, made and commissioned by Governor Mel Carnahan on September 5, 2000, while the Senate was not in session.

Lawrence Kahn, M.D., Democrat, 21 Midpark Lane, Ladue, St. Louis County, Missouri 63124, as a member of the Missouri Citizen's Commission on Compensation for Elected Officials, for a term ending February 1, 2004, and until his successor is duly appointed and qualified; vice, Susanne B. Hoffmann, term expired.

Respectfully submitted,

ROGER B. WILSON

Governor



Also,

OFFICE OF THE GOVERNOR

State of Missouri

Jefferson City, Missouri

January 3, 2001

TO THE SENATE OF THE 91st GENERAL ASSEMBLY OF THE STATE OF MISSOURI:

I have the honor to transmit to you herewith for your advice and consent the following appointment, made and commissioned by Governor Mel Carnahan on August 18, 2000, while the Senate was not in session.

Charles H. Kemper, Republican, 650 Second Street, Post Office Box 86, Troy, Lincoln County, Missouri 63379, as a member of the Missouri Public Entity Risk Management Board of Trustees, for a term ending July 15, 2004, and until his successor is duly appointed and qualified; vice, reappointed to a full term.

Respectfully submitted,

ROGER B. WILSON

Governor



Also,

OFFICE OF THE GOVERNOR

State of Missouri

Jefferson City, Missouri

January 3, 2001

TO THE SENATE OF THE 91st GENERAL ASSEMBLY OF THE STATE OF MISSOURI:

I have the honor to transmit to you herewith for your advice and consent the following appointment, made and commissioned by Governor Mel Carnahan on September 5, 2000, while the Senate was not in session.

Susan B. Lile, Ph.D., 524 Hickory Hollow Lane, Kirkwood, St. Louis County, Missouri 63122, as a member of the Committee for Professional Counselors, for a term ending August 28, 2004, and until her successor is duly appointed and qualified; vice, Angela Cass, resigned.

Respectfully submitted,

ROGER B. WILSON

Governor



Also,



OFFICE OF THE GOVERNOR

State of Missouri

Jefferson City, Missouri

January 3, 2001

TO THE SENATE OF THE 91st GENERAL ASSEMBLY OF THE STATE OF MISSOURI:

I have the honor to transmit to you herewith for your advice and consent the following appointment, made and commissioned by Governor Mel Carnahan on September 28, 2000, while the Senate was not in session.

Donald W. Link, 772 Southshire, St. Louis, St. Louis County, Missouri 63125, as a member of the Board of Boiler and Pressure Vessel Rules, for a term ending September 28, 2004, and until his successor is duly appointed and qualified; vice, reappointed to a full term.

Respectfully submitted,

ROGER B. WILSON

Governor



Also,



OFFICE OF THE GOVERNOR

State of Missouri

Jefferson City, Missouri

January 3, 2001

TO THE SENATE OF THE 91st GENERAL ASSEMBLY OF THE STATE OF MISSOURI:

I have the honor to transmit to you herewith for your advice and consent the following appointment, made and commissioned by Governor Mel Carnahan on June 19, 2000, while the Senate was not in session.

John P. Madigan, Jr., Democrat, 16 Robyn Point, Osage Beach, Camden County, Missouri 65065, as member of the Labor and Industrial Relations Commission of Missouri hereby designated as the representative of the public and who is licensed to practice law in the state of Missouri, for a term ending June 27, 2000, and until his successor is duly appointed and qualified; vice, Christopher Kelly, resigned.

Respectfully submitted,

ROGER B. WILSON

Governor



Also,



OFFICE OF THE GOVERNOR

State of Missouri

Jefferson City, Missouri

January 3, 2001

TO THE SENATE OF THE 91st GENERAL ASSEMBLY OF THE STATE OF MISSOURI:

I have the honor to transmit to you herewith for your advice and consent the following appointment, made and commissioned by Governor Mel Carnahan on September 5, 2000, while the Senate was not in session.

Nancy Russell Mikkelsen, M.D., Democrat, 116 The Woodlands, Gladstone, Clay County, Missouri 64119, as a member of the State Board of Registration for the Healing Arts, for a term ending September 3, 2004, and until her successor is duly appointed and qualified; vice, Jean Ellis, M.D., resigned.

Respectfully submitted,

ROGER B. WILSON

Governor



Also,



OFFICE OF THE GOVERNOR

State of Missouri

Jefferson City, Missouri

January 3, 2001

TO THE SENATE OF THE 91st GENERAL ASSEMBLY OF THE STATE OF MISSOURI:

I have the honor to transmit to you herewith for your advice and consent the following appointment, made and commissioned by Governor Mel Carnahan on September 29, 2000, while the Senate was not in session.

Kay Lynne Myers, 505 Northwest 43rd Terrace, Kansas City, Clay County, Missouri 64116, as a member of the Children's Trust Fund Board, for a term ending September 15, 2003, and until her successor is duly appointed and qualified; vice, reappointed to a full term.

Respectfully submitted,

ROGER B. WILSON

Governor





Also,

OFFICE OF THE GOVERNOR

State of Missouri

Jefferson City, Missouri

January 3, 2001

TO THE SENATE OF THE 91st GENERAL ASSEMBLY OF THE STATE OF MISSOURI:

I have the honor to transmit to you herewith for your advice and consent the following appointment, made and commissioned by Governor Mel Carnahan on August 18, 2000, while the Senate was not in session.

Susan W. Nall, 7612 Wallinca Terrace, St. Louis, St. Louis County, Missouri 63105, as a public member of the Video Instructional Development Education Opportunity Fund, for a term ending June 30, 2003, and until her successor is duly appointed and qualified; vice, reappointed to a full term.

Respectfully submitted,

ROGER B. WILSON

Governor



Also,

OFFICE OF THE GOVERNOR

State of Missouri

Jefferson City, Missouri

January 3, 2001

TO THE SENATE OF THE 91st GENERAL ASSEMBLY OF THE STATE OF MISSOURI:

I have the honor to transmit to you herewith for your advice and consent the following appointment, made and commissioned by Governor Mel Carnahan on September 21, 2000, while the Senate was not in session.

Pier C. Patterson, 7638 Rosedale Drive, St. Louis, St. Louis County, Missouri 63121, as a public member of the Committee for Professional Counselors, for a term ending August 28, 2004, and until her successor is duly appointed and qualified; vice, reappointed to a full term.

Respectfully submitted,

ROGER B. WILSON

Governor



Also,

OFFICE OF THE GOVERNOR

State of Missouri

Jefferson City, Missouri

January 3, 2001

TO THE SENATE OF THE 91st GENERAL ASSEMBLY OF THE STATE OF MISSOURI:

I have the honor to transmit to you herewith for your advice and consent the following appointment, made and commissioned by Governor Mel Carnahan on September 5, 2000, while the Senate was not in session.

George A. Pipes, D.O., Democrat, 30349 Keyboard Road, LaPlata, Macon County, Missouri 63549, as a member of the State Board of Registration for the Healing Arts, for a term ending September 3, 2004, and until his successor is duly appointed and qualified; vice, reappointed to a full term.

Respectfully submitted,

ROGER B. WILSON

Governor



Also,

OFFICE OF THE GOVERNOR

State of Missouri

Jefferson City, Missouri

January 3, 2001

TO THE SENATE OF THE 91st GENERAL ASSEMBLY OF THE STATE OF MISSOURI:

I have the honor to transmit to you herewith for your advice and consent the following appointment, made and commissioned by Governor Mel Carnahan on June 16, 2000, while the Senate was not in session.

Alvin A. Plummer, 113 East El Cortez, Columbia, Boone County, Missouri 65203, as a member of the Personnel Advisory Board, for a term ending at the pleasure of the Governor, and until his successor is duly appointed and qualified; vice, Alisa J. Warren, resigned.

Respectfully submitted,

ROGER B. WILSON

Governor



Also,

OFFICE OF THE GOVERNOR

State of Missouri

Jefferson City, Missouri

January 3, 2001

TO THE SENATE OF THE 91st GENERAL ASSEMBLY OF THE STATE OF MISSOURI:

I have the honor to transmit to you herewith for your advice and consent the following appointment, made and commissioned by Governor Mel Carnahan on August 10, 2000, while the Senate was not in session.

Michael F. Shanahan, Jr., Democrat, 1165 Greystone Manor Parkway, Chesterfield, St. Louis County, Missouri 63005, as a member of the St. Louis Regional Convention and Sports Complex Authority, for a term ending May 31, 2006, and until his successor is duly appointed and qualified; vice, reappointed to a full term.

Respectfully submitted,

ROGER B. WILSON

Governor

Also,



OFFICE OF THE GOVERNOR

State of Missouri

Jefferson City, Missouri

January 3, 2001

TO THE SENATE OF THE 91st GENERAL ASSEMBLY OF THE STATE OF MISSOURI:

I have the honor to transmit to you herewith for your advice and consent the following appointment, made and commissioned by Governor Mel Carnahan on August 24, 2000, while the Senate was not in session.

Michelle Y. Smart, 8436 Roanoke Drive, St. Louis, St. Louis County, Missouri 63121, as a public member of the Board of Geologist Registration, for a term ending April 11, 2003, and until her successor is duly appointed and qualified; vice, Connie Johnson, resigned.

Respectfully submitted,

ROGER B. WILSON

Governor



Also,



OFFICE OF THE GOVERNOR

State of Missouri

Jefferson City, Missouri

January 3, 2001

TO THE SENATE OF THE 91st GENERAL ASSEMBLY OF THE STATE OF MISSOURI:

I have the honor to transmit to you herewith for your advice and consent the following appointment, made and commissioned by Governor Mel Carnahan on August 24, 2000, while the Senate was not in session.

Wayman F. Smith, III, Democrat, 6159 Lindell Boulevard, St. Louis City, Missouri 63112, as a member of the Harris-Stowe State College Board of Regents, for a term ending July 28, 2006, and until his successor is duly appointed and qualified; vice, reappointed to a full term.

Respectfully submitted,

ROGER B. WILSON

Governor



Also,



OFFICE OF THE GOVERNOR

State of Missouri

Jefferson City, Missouri

January 3, 2001

TO THE SENATE OF THE 91st GENERAL ASSEMBLY OF THE STATE OF MISSOURI:

I have the honor to transmit to you herewith for your advice and consent the following appointment, made and commissioned by Governor Mel Carnahan on June 9, 2000, while the Senate was not in session.

Keith E. Spare, 5128 Brookside Boulevard, Kansas City, Jackson County, Missouri 64112, as a member of the Committee for Professional Counselors, for a term ending August 28, 2003, and until his successor is duly appointed and qualified; vice, Christopher Magilo, Ph.D., resigned.

Respectfully submitted,

ROGER B. WILSON

Governor



Also,



OFFICE OF THE GOVERNOR

State of Missouri

Jefferson City, Missouri

January 3, 2001

TO THE SENATE OF THE 91st GENERAL ASSEMBLY OF THE STATE OF MISSOURI:

I have the honor to transmit to you herewith for your advice and consent the following appointment, made and commissioned by Governor Mel Carnahan on September 21, 2000, while the Senate was not in session.

Benjamin Uchitelle, 41 Crestwood Drive, Clayton, St. Louis County, Missouri 63105, as a member of the Missouri Training and Employment Council, for a term ending August 28, 2004, and until his successor is duly appointed and qualified; vice, Frances Brothers, term expired.

Respectfully submitted,

ROGER B. WILSON

Governor





Also,



OFFICE OF THE GOVERNOR

State of Missouri

Jefferson City, Missouri

January 3, 2001

TO THE SENATE OF THE 91st GENERAL ASSEMBLY OF THE STATE OF MISSOURI:

I have the honor to transmit to you herewith for your advice and consent the following appointment, made and commissioned by Governor Mel Carnahan on June 9, 2000, while the Senate was not in session.

Katherine K. Wesselschmidt, 9566 Banyon Tree Court, St. Louis, St. Louis County, Missouri 63126, as a member of the Safe Drinking Water Commission, for a term ending September 1, 2002, and until her successor is duly appointed and qualified; vice, Susan McHugh, term expired.

Respectfully submitted,

ROGER B. WILSON

Governor



Also,



OFFICE OF THE GOVERNOR

State of Missouri

Jefferson City, Missouri

January 3, 2001

TO THE SENATE OF THE 91st GENERAL ASSEMBLY OF THE STATE OF MISSOURI:

I have the honor to transmit to you herewith for your advice and consent the following appointment, made and commissioned by Governor Mel Carnahan on September 28, 2000, while the Senate was not in session.

John T. Witherspoon, 1927 East Lark, Springfield, Greene County, Missouri 65804, as a member of the Safe Drinking Water Commission, for a term ending September 1, 2004, and until his successor is duly appointed and qualified; vice, reappointed to a full term.

Respectfully submitted,

ROGER B. WILSON

Governor



Also,

OFFICE OF THE GOVERNOR

State of Missouri

Jefferson City, Missouri

January 3, 2001

TO THE SENATE OF THE 91st GENERAL ASSEMBLY OF THE STATE OF MISSOURI:

I have the honor to transmit to you herewith for your advice and consent the following appointment, made and commissioned by me on December 15, 2000, while the Senate was not in session.

Susan A. Colgan, Democrat, 2221 Carper Drive, St. Joseph, Buchanan County, Missouri 64506, as a member of the Missouri Western State College Board of Regents, for a term ending October 29, 2006, and until her successor is duly appointed and qualified; vice, Julia Rupp, term expired.

Respectfully submitted,

ROGER B. WILSON

Governor





Also,



OFFICE OF THE GOVERNOR

State of Missouri

Jefferson City, Missouri

January 3, 2001

TO THE SENATE OF THE 91st GENERAL ASSEMBLY OF THE STATE OF MISSOURI:

I have the honor to transmit to you herewith for your advice and consent the following appointment, made and commissioned by me on January 1, 2001, while the Senate was not in session.

Michael L. Hartmann, 3817 Cedar Lane, Columbia, Boone County, Missouri 65201, as Commissioner of the Office of Administration for a term ending at the pleasure of the Governor, and until his successor is duly appointed and qualified; vice, Richard A. Hanson, resigned.

Respectfully submitted,

ROGER B. WILSON

Governor





Also,



OFFICE OF THE GOVERNOR

State of Missouri

Jefferson City, Missouri

January 3, 2001

TO THE SENATE OF THE 91st GENERAL ASSEMBLY OF THE STATE OF MISSOURI:

I have the honor to transmit to you herewith for your advice and consent the following appointment, made and commissioned by me on December 15, 2000, while the Senate was not in session.

Charles H. Hoessle, Republican, 10814 Forest Circle Drive, St. Louis, St. Louis County, Missouri 63128, as a member of the Harris-Stowe State College Board of Regents, for a term ending July 28, 2006, and until his successor is duly appointed and qualified; vice, John Siscel, term expired.

Respectfully submitted,

ROGER B. WILSON

Governor

FIRST READING OF

PRE-FILED SENATE BILLS

As provided in Chapter 21, RSMo 1994, Sections 21.600, 21.605, 21.610, 21.615 and 21.620, the following pre-filed Bills and/or Joint Resolutions were introduced and read for the first time:

SB 1-By Schneider.

An Act to repeal sections 43.503, 56.085, 67.133, 104.312, 196.790, 211.185, 302.535, 351.025, 354.065, 426.220, 426.230, 429.360, 452.556, 455.040, 455.205, 479.150, 479.500, 482.305, 482.330, 483.310, 483.500, 487.030, 512.180, 512.190, 512.200, 512.210, 512.250, 512.270, 512.280, 512.290, 512.300, 512.310, 512.320, 514.440, 516.500, 517.011, 534.070, 534.350, 534.360, 534.380, 535.030, 535.110, 537.045, 537.675, 541.020, 550.120, 610.105, 621.055, 621.155, 621.165, 621.175, 621.185, 621.189, 621.198 and 650.055, RSMo 2000, and section 303.041 as enacted in house bill no. 1797 by the ninetieth general assembly, second regular session and as enacted in senate bill no. 19 by the ninetieth general assembly, first regular session, relating to judicial and administrative procedures, and to enact in lieu thereof fifty new sections relating to the same subject, with penalty provisions and an effective date for certain sections.

SB 2-By Schneider.

An Act to repeal sections 88.050 and 523.070, RSMo 2000, relating to condemnation of property, and to enact in lieu thereof two new sections relating to the same subject.

SB 3-By Schneider.

An Act to repeal sections 364.120, 365.140, 385.050, 408.083, 408.170 and 408.320, RSMo 2000, relating to prepayment of certain loans, and to enact in lieu thereof six new sections relating to the same subject.

SB 4-By Wiggins, Quick and DePasco.

An Act to repeal sections 84.480 and 84.510, RSMo 2000, relating to certain police officers, and to enact in lieu thereof two new sections relating to the same subject.

SB 5-By Wiggins, Goode, Schneider, Kenney, Scott, Rohrbach, Sims, DePasco, Stoll, Bentley, Childers, Carter and Yeckel.

An Act to repeal sections 513.605, 513.607, 513.647 and 513.653, RSMo 2000, relating to the criminal activity forfeiture act, and to enact in lieu thereof four new sections relating to the same subject, with penalty provisions.

SB 6-By Wiggins, Goode and Carter.

An Act to amend chapter 407, RSMo, by adding thereto eleven new sections relating to consumer protection for home owners, with penalty provisions.

SB 7-By Scott.

An Act to repeal section 71.794, RSMo 2000, relating to business districts, and to enact in lieu thereof one new section relating to the same subject.

SB 8-By Scott.

An Act to repeal section 148.400, RSMo 2000, relating to premium taxes, and to enact in lieu thereof one new section relating to the same subject.

SB 9-By Caskey.

An Act to amend chapter 262, RSMo, by adding thereto eight new sections relating to agriculture.

SB 10-By Caskey.

An Act to repeal sections 473.398 and 516.350, RSMo 2000, relating to judicial proceedings, and to enact in lieu thereof three new sections relating to the same subject.

SB 11-By Russell.

An Act to amend chapter 301, RSMo, relating to motor vehicle registration by adding thereto one new section relating to the same subject.

SB 12-By Russell.

An Act to repeal section 484.020, RSMo 2000, relating to the practice of law, and to enact in lieu thereof one new section relating to the same subject, with penalty provisions.

SB 13-By Russell.

An Act to repeal section 301.144, RSMo 2000, as enacted by senate bill no. 3, eighty-eighth general assembly, first regular session, and section 301.144, RSMo 2000, as enacted by senate bill no. 70, eighty-eighth general assembly, first regular session, relating to motor vehicle license plates, and to enact in lieu thereof one new section relating to the same subject.

SB 14-By Mathewson.

An Act to repeal section 221.425, RSMo 2000, relating to authorizing a sales tax for regional jail districts and associated court facilities, and to enact in lieu thereof two new sections relating to the same subject, with an expiration date.

SB 15-By Mathewson.

An Act to repeal section 644.021, RSMo 2000, relating to the clean water commission, and to enact in lieu thereof one new section relating to the same subject.

SB 16-By Mathewson.

An Act to amend chapter 407, RSMo, by adding thereto one new section relating to stealing services, with penalty provisions.

SB 17-By Staples.

An Act to repeal section 21.795, RSMo 2000, relating to the joint committee on transportation oversight, and to enact in lieu thereof one new section relating to the same subject.

SB 18-By Staples.

An Act to repeal section 302.020, RSMo 2000, relating to motor vehicles, and to enact in lieu thereof one new section relating to the same subject, with a penalty clause.

SB 19-By Goode.

An Act to repeal sections 610.015, 610.021, 610.022 and 610.027, RSMo 2000, relating to the sunshine law, and to enact in lieu thereof five new sections relating to the same subject, with penalty provisions.

SB 20-By Goode.

An Act to amend chapter 252, RSMo, by adding thereto five new sections relating to non-native species management.

SB 21-By Goode.

An Act to repeal sections 513.605 and 513.647, RSMo 2000, relating to forfeitures, and to enact in lieu thereof two new sections relating to the same subject, with penalty provisions.

SB 22-By Singleton.

An Act to repeal section 135.095, RSMo 2000, relating to prescription drugs for the elderly, and to enact in lieu thereof one new section relating to the same subject.

SB 23-By Singleton.

An Act to repeal section 160.400, RSMo 2000, relating to charter schools, and to enact in lieu thereof one new section relating to the same subject.

SB 24-By Singleton.

An Act to amend chapter 376, RSMo, by adding thereto three new sections relating to health insurance.

SB 25-By Johnson.

An Act to repeal section 172.360, RSMo 2000, relating to tuition at the University of Missouri, and to enact in lieu thereof one new section relating to the same subject.

SB 26-By Johnson.

An Act to amend chapter 160, RSMo, by adding thereto one new section relating to high school diplomas for World War II veterans.

SB 27-By Johnson and Westfall.

An Act to repeal sections 322.010 and 578.023, RSMo 2000, relating to animals, and to enact in lieu thereof four new sections relating to the same subject, with penalty provisions.

SB 28-By Rohrbach.

An Act to repeal sections 115.105 and 115.770, RSMo 2000, relating to elections, and to enact in lieu thereof two new sections relating to the same subject.

SB 29-By Rohrbach.

An Act to repeal section 650.055, RSMo 2000, relating to the department of public safety, and to enact in lieu thereof one new section relating to the same subject, with penalty provisions.

SB 30-By Rohrbach.

An Act to amend chapter 221, RSMo, by adding thereto one new section relating to the operation of private jails for profit.

SB 31-By DePasco, Mathewson and Quick.

An Act to repeal section 304.190, RSMo 2000, relating to commercial zones, and to enact in lieu thereof one new section relating to the same subject.

SB 32-By Kinder.

An Act to repeal section 162.790, RSMo 2000, relating to state funding for the education of certain disabled students, and to enact in lieu thereof one new section relating to the same subject.

SB 33-By Kinder.

An Act to amend chapter 170, RSMo, by adding thereto one new section relating to English proficiency for college instructors.

SB 34-By Kinder.

An Act to repeal section 188.039, RSMo 2000, relating to the abortion/breast cancer link, and to enact in lieu thereof one new section relating to the same subject.

SB 35-By House.

An Act to amend chapters 335 and 376, RSMo, by adding thereto two new sections relating to health insurance.

SB 36-By Westfall, Childers, Steelman, Bentley, Russell and Singleton.

An Act to repeal sections 302.302, 302.309, 302.505, 302.510, 302.520, 302.541, 577.012, 577.017, 577.023, 577.037 and 577.600, RSMo 2000, relating to alcohol-related traffic offenses, and to enact in lieu thereof eleven new sections relating to the same subject, with penalty provisions.

SB 37-By Westfall and Kinder.

An Act to repeal section 570.030, RSMo 2000, relating to stealing, and to enact in lieu thereof two new sections relating to the same subject, with penalty provisions.

SB 38-By Westfall, Steelman and Bentley.

An Act to repeal section 252.040, RSMo 2000, relating to restrictions on reintroducing wild elk, and to enact in lieu thereof two new sections relating to the same subject, with penalty provisions.

SB 39-By Klarich and Goode.

An Act to repeal section 537.675, RSMo 2000, relating to judicial and administrative procedures, and to enact in lieu thereof seven new sections relating to the same subject.

SB 40-By Klarich.

An Act to amend chapter 137, RSMo, by adding thereto one new section relating to property taxation, with an effective date.

SB 41-By Kenney, Johnson, Sims, Wiggins, Steelman, Russell, Scott, DePasco and Yeckel.

An Act to amend chapter 172, RSMo, by adding thereto five new sections relating to the University of Missouri.

SB 42-By Kenney.

An Act to amend chapter 182, RSMo, by adding thereto two new sections relating to public libraries, with penalty provisions.

SB 43-By Kenney.

An Act to repeal section 135.095, RSMo 2000, relating to taxation, and to enact in lieu thereof one new section relating to the same subject.

SB 44-By Bentley.

An Act to repeal sections 453.010, 453.070 and 453.080, RSMo 2000, relating to the adoption of foster children, and to enact in lieu thereof three new sections relating to the same subject.

SB 45-By Bentley.

An Act to repeal section 143.161, RSMo 2000, relating to dependency exemptions for foster children, and to enact in lieu thereof one new section relating to the same subject.

SB 46-By Bentley.

An Act to repeal sections 191.600, 191.603, 191.605, 191.607, 191.609 and 191.614, RSMo 2000, relating to health services in underserved areas, and to enact in lieu thereof seven new sections relating to the same subject.

SB 47-By Sims.

An Act to repeal sections 167.181, 192.070 and 332.311, RSMo 2000, relating to dental care, and to enact in lieu thereof five new sections relating to the same subject, with a termination date.

SB 48-By Sims.

An Act to repeal sections 210.903, 210.909, 210.915 and 210.936, RSMo 2000, relating to child care and elderly care, and to enact in lieu thereof four new sections relating to the same subject, with penalty provisions.

SB 49-By Sims.

An Act to repeal sections 103.003, 103.083, 103.095, 103.141 and 103.150, RSMo 2000, relating to long term care insurance for state employees, and to enact in lieu thereof six new sections relating to the same subject.

SB 50-By Childers.

An Act to repeal section 21.183, RSMo 2000, relating to the general assembly, and to enact in lieu thereof three new sections relating to the same subject.

SB 51-By Childers and Russell.

An Act to amend chapters 135 and 620, RSMo, by adding thereto three new sections relating to a rural housing development program, with an effective date for a certain section.

SB 52-By Childers.

An Act to repeal sections 301.010, 304.001, 304.015, 304.180, 304.200, 304.580 and 307.375, RSMo 2000, relating to traffic regulations, and to enact in lieu thereof eight new sections relating to the same subject, with penalty provisions.

SB 53-By Bland.

An Act to repeal section 160.415, RSMo 2000, relating to charter schools, and to enact in lieu thereof one new section relating to the same subject.

SB 54-By Bland.

An Act to repeal sections 494.425 and 494.430, RSMo 2000, relating to jury service, and to enact in lieu thereof two new sections relating to the same subject.

SB 55-By Bland.

An Act to amend chapter 565, RSMo, by adding thereto one new section relating to offenses against the person.

SB 56-By Stoll, Wiggins, DePasco and Jacob.

An Act to repeal section 160.545, RSMo 2000, relating to Mel Carnahan A+ Schools Program, and to enact in lieu thereof one new section relating to the same subject.

SB 57-By Stoll, Wiggins, Goode, House and DePasco.

An Act to amend chapter 135, RSMo, by adding thereto one new section relating solely to the creation of an earned income tax credit.

SB 58-By Stoll.

An Act to amend chapter 9, RSMo, by adding thereto one new section relating to "Bird Appreciation Day".

SB 59-By Steelman, Wiggins, Russell and Kenney.

An Act to amend chapter 191, RSMo, by adding thereto one new section relating to adoption.

SB 60-By Steelman.

An Act to repeal sections 660.250, 660.260 and 660.300, RSMo 2000, relating to in-home care for the elderly, and to enact in lieu thereof five new sections relating to the same subject, with penalty provisions.

SB 61-By Steelman.

An Act to amend chapter 160, RSMo, by adding thereto one new section relating to local sales taxes for education.

SB 62-By Carter and Bland.

An Act to amend chapter 115, RSMo, by adding thereto one new section relating to election judges.

SB 63-By Carter, DePasco, Bland and Goode.

An Act to repeal sections 115.277, 115.279 and 115.283, RSMo 2000, relating to early voting procedures, and to enact in lieu thereof four new sections relating to the same subject, with penalty provisions.

SB 64-By Carter.

An Act to amend chapter 379, RSMo, by adding thereto two new sections relating to automobile insurance coverage.

SB 65-By Gibbons.

An Act to repeal sections 147.010, 147.020, 147.030, 147.040, 147.050, 147.090, 147.100 and 147.120, RSMo 2000, relating to corporation franchise tax, and to enact in lieu thereof eight new sections relating to the same subject.

SB 66-By Gibbons.

An Act to repeal sections 568.030, 568.045 and 568.050, RSMo 2000, relating to abandonment of a child, and to enact in lieu thereof four new sections relating to the same subject, with penalty provisions.

SB 67-By Gross.

An Act to repeal section 137.115, RSMo 2000, relating to property taxation, and to enact in lieu thereof one new section relating to the same subject, with an effective date.

SB 68-By Gross.

An Act to repeal section 163.031, RSMo 2000, relating to state aid for public schools, and to enact in lieu thereof one new section relating to the same subject.

SB 69-By Gross.

An Act to repeal sections 570.030 and 570.080, RSMo 2000, relating to the felony limit for certain crimes, and to enact in lieu thereof two new sections relating to the same subject, with penalty provisions.

SB 70-By Loudon.

An Act to amend chapter 570, RSMo, by adding thereto one new section relating to fraudulent practices using the internet with penalty provisions.

SB 71-By Loudon.

An Act to amend chapter 537, RSMo, relating to the liability of public entities, by adding one new section relating to the same subject.

SB 72-By Loudon.

An Act to repeal sections 109.120 and 109.241, RSMo 2000, relating to public and business records, and to enact in lieu thereof two new sections relating to the same subject.

SB 73-By Schneider.

An Act to repeal section 334.735, RSMo 2000, relating to physician assistants, and to enact in lieu thereof one new section relating to the same subject

SB 74-By Wiggins.

An Act to amend chapter 135, RSMo, by adding thereto one new section relating to taxation.

SB 75-By Wiggins.

An Act to repeal sections 435.012, 435.014, 435.350, 435.355, 435.360, 435.365, 435.370, 435.375, 435.380, 435.385, 435.390, 435.395, 435.400, 435.405, 435.410, 435.415, 435.420, 435.425, 435.430, 435.435, 435.440, 435.445, 435.450, 435.455, 435.460, 435.465 and 435.470, RSMo 2000, relating to arbitration, and to enact in lieu thereof thirty-two new sections relating to the same subject, with an effective date for certain sections.

SB 76-By Wiggins.

An Act to repeal section 92.402, RSMo 2000, relating to taxation for public mass transportation systems, and to enact in lieu thereof one new section relating to the same subject.

SB 77-By Russell.

An Act to repeal supreme court rule 5.29, relating to the unauthorized practice of law, and to enact in lieu thereof one new supreme court rule relating to the same subject.

SB 78-By Russell.

An Act to amend chapter 161, RSMo, relating to elementary and secondary education by adding thereto one new section relating to the same subject.



SB 79-By Goode.

An Act to repeal section 99.805, RSMo 2000, relating to tax increment financing, and to enact in lieu thereof seven new sections relating to the same subject, with an effective date.

SB 80-By Goode.

An Act to repeal sections 138.420, 153.030, 393.297, 393.298, 393.299 and 393.302, RSMo 2000, relating to taxation and fees for energy services, and to enact in lieu thereof eleven new sections relating to the same subject, with an effective date for certain sections.

SB 81-By Goode.

An Act to repeal sections 302.010, 302.060, 302.302, 302.304, 302.309, 302.505, 302.540, 302.541, 302.545, 577.023 and 577.049, RSMo 2000, relating to driving with excessive blood alcohol content, and to enact in lieu thereof twelve new sections relating to the same subject, with penalty provisions.

SB 82-By Singleton.

An Act to amend chapter 354, RSMo, by adding thereto one new section relating to physicians.

SB 83-By Singleton.

An Act to repeal sections 211.185 and 537.045, RSMo 2000, relating to victims of certain offenses, and to enact in lieu thereof two new sections relating to the same subject.

SB 84-By Singleton.

An Act to amend chapter 167, RSMo, by adding thereto one new section relating to intradistrict public school choice.

SB 85-By Rohrbach.

An Act to amend chapter 105, RSMo, by adding thereto one new section relating to the personal records of state employees.

SB 86-By Rohrbach.

An Act to repeal section 64.170, RSMo 2000, relating to building codes in certain counties, and to enact in lieu thereof one new section relating to the same subject.

SB 87-By Rohrbach.

An Act to repeal sections 632.483 and 632.486, RSMo 2000, relating to civil commitment of sexually violent predators, and to enact in lieu thereof two new sections relating to the same subject.

SB 88-By Kinder.

An Act to amend chapter 414, RSMo, by adding thereto one new section relating to requiring the sale of ethanol in certain areas.

SB 89-By Kinder.

An Act to repeal section 570.030, RSMo 2000, relating to crimes, and to enact in lieu thereof two new sections relating to the same subject, with penalty provisions.

SB 90-By Kinder.

An Act to repeal sections 195.010, 195.211, and 195.275, RSMo 2000, relating to drug regulations, and to enact in lieu thereof three new sections relating to the same subject, with penalty provisions.

SB 91-By Westfall.

An Act to repeal section 304.022, RSMo 2000, relating to emergency vehicles, and to enact in lieu thereof one new section relating to the same subject, with penalty provisions.

SB 92-By Westfall.

An Act to repeal sections 302.171 and 302.181, RSMo 2000, relating to social security numbers on driver's licenses, and to enact in lieu thereof two new sections relating to the same subject.

SB 93-By Kenney.

An Act to repeal section 143.171, RSMo 2000, relating to deductibility of individual federal income taxes, and to enact in lieu thereof one new section relating to the same subject.

SB 94-By Kenney.

An Act to repeal section 143.171, RSMo 2000, relating to deductibility of corporate federal income taxes, and to enact in lieu thereof one new section relating to the same subject.

SB 95-By Kenney.

An Act to repeal section 304.200, RSMo 2000, relating to the regulation of housemovers, and to enact in lieu thereof sixteen new sections relating to the same subject, with penalty provisions.

SB 96-By Bentley.

An Act to repeal section 301.451, RSMo 2000, relating to specialized license plates, and to enact in lieu thereof one new section relating to the same subject.

SB 97-By Bentley.

An Act to amend chapter 160, RSMo, by adding thereto one new section relating to the department of elementary and secondary education.

SB 98-By Bentley.

An Act to repeal sections 491.075, 565.024, 566.010, 566.040, 566.070, and 568.060, RSMo 2000, relating to crimes and punishment, and to enact in lieu thereof six new sections relating to the same subject, with penalty provisions.

SB 99-By Sims.

An Act to amend chapter 660, RSMo, by adding thereto one new section relating to the department of social services.

SB 100-By Childers.

An Act to repeal section 595.200, RSMo 2000, relating to rights of crime victims and to enact in lieu thereof two new sections relating to the same subject.

SB 101-By Childers.

An Act to amend chapter 168, RSMo, by adding thereto one new section relating to professional development schedules for public schools.

SB 102-By Childers.

An Act to amend Chapter 290, RSMo, by adding thereto one new section relating to the prevailing wage.

SB 103-By Bland.

An Act to repeal sections 143.171, 144.030 and 160.500, RSMo 2000, relating to sales and use tax, and to enact in lieu thereof three new sections relating to the same subject, with effective dates and a referendum clause.

SB 104-By Bland.

An Act to amend chapter 354, RSMo, by adding thereto twenty-three new sections relating to certain health care benefits with a contingent effective date for certain sections and a referendum clause.

SB 105-By Bland.

An Act to amend chapter 196, RSMo, by adding thereto two new sections relating to the tobacco settlement fund commission, with an emergency clause.

SB 106-By Steelman, Wiggins and Kenney.

An Act to amend chapter 208, RSMo, by adding thereto one new section relating to a pharmaceutical assistance program, with penalty provisions and a contingent termination date.

SB 107-By Steelman.

An Act to repeal section 252.040, RSMo 2000, and to enact in lieu thereof three new sections relating to restrictions on reintroducing wild elk, with penalty provisions.

SB 108-By Steelman.

An Act to amend chapter 172, RSMo, by adding thereto two new sections relating to science education.

SB 109-By Gross.

An Act to repeal section 537.118, RSMo 2000, relating to volunteers' liability, and to enact in lieu thereof one new section relating to the same subject.

SB 110-By Gross

An Act to repeal sections 421.005, 421.007, 421.011, 421.022, 421.028, 421.031 and 421.034, RSMo 2000, relating to mattresses, and to enact in lieu thereof seven new sections relating to the same subject, with a penalty provision.

SB 111-By Gross.

An Act to repeal section 301.142, RSMo 2000, relating to license plates for the physically disabled, and to enact in lieu thereof one new section relating to the same subject, with a penalty provision.

SB 112-By Loudon.

An Act to repeal section 578.395, RSMo 2000, relating to ticket scalping, and to enact in lieu thereof one new section relating to the same subject, with penalty provisions.

SB 113-By Loudon.

An Act to amend chapter 541, RSMo, by adding thereto one new section relating to venue in criminal credit card fraud cases.

SB 114-By Loudon.

An Act to repeal sections 288.020 and 288.040, RSMo 2000, relating to the construction and interpretation of employment security law, and the enact in lieu thereof two new sections relating to the same subject.

SB 115-By Wiggins.

An Act to repeal sections 143.111 and 143.171, RSMo 2000, relating to certain income tax deductions, and to enact in lieu thereof two new sections relating to the same subject, with an effective date.

SB 116-By Wiggins.

An Act to repeal sections 400.1-105, 400.1-201, 400.2-103, 400.2-210, 400.2-326, 400.2-401, 400.2-502, 400.2-716, 400. 2A-103, 400.2A-303, 400.2A-307, 400.2A-309, 400.4-210, 400.7-503, 400.8-103, 400.8-106, 400.8-110, 400.8-301, 400.8-302, 400.8-510, 400.9-101, 400.9-102, 400.9-103, 400.9-104, 400.9-105, 100.9-106, 400.9-107, 400.9-108, 400.9-109, 400.9-110, 400.9-111, 400.9-112, 400.9-113, 400.9-114, 400.9-115, 400.9-116, 400.9-201, 400.9-202, 400.9-203, 400.9-204, 400.9-205, 400.9-206, 400.9-207, 400.9-208, 400.9-301, 400.9-302, 400.9-303, 400.9-304, 400.9-305, 400.9-306, 400.9-307, 400.9-308, 400.9-309, 400.9-310, 400.9-311, 400.9-312, 400.9-313, 400.9-314, 400.9-315, 400.9-316, 400.9-317, 400.9-318, 400.9-401, 400.9-402, 400.9-403, 400.9-404, 400.9-405, 400.9-406, 400.9-407, 400.9-408, 400.9-409, 400.9-501, 400.9-502, 400.9-503, 400.9-504, 400.9-505, 400.9-506, 400.9-507 and 400.9-508, RSMo 2000, relating to the uniform commercial code, and to enact in lieu thereof one hundred fifty-five new sections relating to the same subject, with an effective date.

SB 117-By Wiggins.

An Act to repeal sections 354.443 and 354.618, RSMo 2000, relating to protection of health care consumers, and to enact in lieu thereof four new sections relating to the same subject.

SB 118-By Goode.

An Act to repeal sections 67.1062, 67.1063, 67.1064, 67.1065 and 67.1071, RSMo 2000, relating to the homeless assistance program, and to enact in lieu thereof five new sections relating to the same subject.

SB 119-By Goode.

An Act to amend chapter 196, RSMo, by adding thereto one new section relating to the establishment of the Missouri tobacco settlement trust fund.

SB 120-By Goode, Schneider, Carter and Bland.

An Act to repeal sections 105.500, 105.510, 105.520, 105.525 and 105.530, RSMo 2000, and to enact in lieu thereof nine new sections relating to good faith employee negotiations, with penalty provisions.

SB 121-By Singleton.

An Act to repeal section 354.606, RSMo 2000, relating to health care providers, and to enact in lieu thereof one new section relating to the same subject.

SB 122-By Kinder.

An Act to amend chapter 34, RSMo, by adding thereto five new sections relating to attorneys.

SB 123-By Kinder.

An Act to repeal section 21.750, RSMo 2000, relating to rights of political subdivisions, and to enact in lieu thereof one new section relating to the same subject.

SB 124-By Kinder.

An Act to repeal section 589.417, RSMo 2000, relating to registration of sex offenders, and to enact in lieu thereof two new sections relating to the same subject.

SB 125-By Bentley.

An Act to amend chapter 67, RSMo, by adding thereto one new section relating to political subdivisions.

SB 126-By Bentley.

An Act to amend chapter 160, RSMo, by adding thereto one new section relating to high school diplomas for World War II veterans.

SB 127-By Childers.

An Act to repeal section 644.051, RSMo 2000, relating to permitting of wastewater treatment facilities, and to enact in lieu thereof one new section relating to the same subject.

SB 128-By Childers.

An Act to amend chapter 537, RSMo, by adding thereto one new section relating to torts and actions for damages.

SB 129-By Childers.

An Act to repeal sections 490.715 and 537.067, RSMo 2000, relating to civil damage awards, and to enact in lieu thereof three new sections relating to the same subject.

SB 130-By Bland.

An Act to amend chapter 311, RSMo, by adding thereto one new section relating to liquor control.

SB 131-By Bland.

An Act to repeal sections 408.140 and 408.330, RSMo 2000, relating to penalties on late payments for certain credit transactions, and to enact in lieu thereof two new sections relating to the same subject.

SB 132-By Bland.

An Act to amend chapter 253, RSMo, by adding thereto one new section relating to state historic sites, with an emergency clause.

SB 133-By Steelman.

An Act to repeal section 167.349, RSMo 2000, relating to certain charter schools, and to enact in lieu thereof one new section relating to the same subject.

SB 134-By Loudon.

An Act to repeal section 163.031, RSMo 2000, relating to the school foundation formula, and to enact in lieu thereof one new section relating to same subject.

SB 135-By Wiggins.

An Act to repeal sections 452.440, 452.445, 452.450, 452.455, 452.460, 452.465, 452.470, 452.475, 452.480, 452.485, 452.490, 452.495, 452.500, 452.505, 452.510, 452.515, 452.520, 452.525, 452.530, 452.535, 452.540, 452.545 and 452.550, RSMo 2000, relating to the uniform child custody jurisdiction act, and to enact in lieu thereof forty new sections relating to the same subject.

SB 136-By Wiggins.

An Act to repeal sections 194.300, 194.302 and 302.171, RSMo 2000, relating to anatomical donation, and to enact in lieu thereof three new sections relating to the same subject.

SB 137-By Wiggins.

An Act to amend chapter 574, RSMo, by adding thereto one new section relating to offenses against public order, with penalty provisions.

SB 138-By Goode and Wiggins.

An Act to repeal section 304.010, RSMo 2000, relating to maximum speed limits, and to enact in lieu thereof one new section relating to the same subject, with penalty provisions.

SB 139-By Goode.

An Act to amend chapter 620, RSMo, by adding thereto eight new sections relating to community development.

SB 140-By Goode.

An Act to repeal section 144.025, RSMo 2000, relating to sales and use taxes, and to enact in lieu thereof one new section relating to the same subject.

SB 141-By Childers.

An Act to repeal sections 144.010 and 277.020, RSMo 2000, relating to livestock, and to enact in lieu thereof three new sections relating to the same subject.

SB 142-By Childers.

An Act to repeal section 301.464, RSMo 2000, relating to license plates, and to enact in lieu thereof one new section relating to the same subject.

SB 143-By Childers.

An Act to repeal section 301.301, RSMo 2000, relating to motor vehicle license plate replacement, and to enact in lieu thereof one new section relating to the same subject.

SB 144-By Bland.

An Act to repeal section 590.650, RSMo 2000, relating to law enforcement practices, and to enact in lieu thereof one new section relating to the same subject.

SB 145-By Bland.

An Act to amend chapter 173, RSMo, by adding thereto one new section relating to college admissions policies.

SB 146-By Bland.

An Act to amend chapter 167, RSMo, by adding thereto one new section relating to pilot program of urban early compulsory school attendance, with penalty provisions.

SB 147-By Wiggins and DePasco.

An Act to repeal section 144.030, RSMo, relating to sales and use taxation, and to enact in lieu thereof one new section relating to the same subject.

SB 148-By Goode.

An Act to repeal sections 21.250 and 116.050, RSMo 2000, relating to powers of the general assembly, and to enact in lieu thereof three new sections relating to the same subject.

SB 149-By Goode.

An Act to repeal section 307.366 as enacted by conference committee substitute for senate committee substitute for house committee substitute for house bills nos. 603, 722 and 783, ninetieth general assembly, first regular session and section 307.366 as enacted by conference committee substitute for house substitute for senate substitute for senate committee substitute for senate bill no. 19, ninetieth general assembly, first regular session, relating to motor vehicle emissions inspections in certain counties without a charter form of government, and to enact in lieu thereof one new section relating to the same subject, with penalty provisions.

SB 150-By Goode.

An Act to repeal section 386.570, RSMo 2000, relating to the public service commission, and to enact in lieu thereof one new section relating to the same subject.

SB 151-By Childers.

An Act to amend chapter 379, RSMo, by adding thereto three new sections relating to motor vehicle insurance.

SB 152-By Childers.

An Act to repeal sections 143.121 and 143.141, RSMo 2000, relating to taxation, and to enact in lieu thereof two new sections relating to the same subject.

SB 153-By Bland.

An Act to amend chapter 167, RSMo, by adding thereto one new section relating to educational programs.

SB 154-By Bland.

An Act to amend chapter 173, RSMo, by adding thereto one new section relating to telecommunity centers.

SB 155-By Bland.

An Act to repeal sections 143.191, 143.201, 143.211, 143.221 and 143.241, RSMo 2000, and to enact in lieu thereof eighteen new sections relating to the establishment of a general assembly scholarship program, with an effective date.

SB 156-By Goode.

An Act to repeal section 311.060, RSMo 2000, relating to liquor control law, and to enact in lieu thereof one new section relating to the same subject.

SB 157-By Goode and Bentley.

An Act to repeal section 610.021, RSMo 2000, relating to records of municipal utilities, and to enact in lieu thereof one new section relating to the same subject.

SB 158-By Bland.

An Act to amend chapter 376, RSMo, by adding thereto one new section relating to mandatory coverage for hospital stays following surgery.

SB 159-By Bland.

An Act to amend chapter 215, RSMo, by adding thereto one new section relating to the Missouri housing development commission.

SB 160-By Bland.

An Act to repeal sections 375.001, 375.002, 375.003, 375.004, 375.005 and 375.007, RSMo 2000, relating to cancellation of residential insurance policies, and to enact in lieu thereof five new sections relating to the same subject.

SB 161-By Bland.

An Act to amend chapter 376, RSMo, by adding thereto one new section relating to health carriers.

SB 162-By Bland.

An Act to amend chapter 441, RSMo, by adding thereto one new section relating to right of access by a landlord to a lessee's premises.

SB 163-By Bland.

An Act to amend chapter 191, RSMo, by adding thereto one new section relating to the establishment of a needle exchange program.

SB 164-By Bland.

An Act to amend chapter 198, RSMo, by adding thereto one new section relating to nursing homes.

SB 165-By Bland.

An Act to repeal sections 354.443 and 354.618, RSMo 2000, relating to protection of health care consumers, and to enact in lieu thereof four new sections relating to the same subject.

SB 166-By Bland.

An Act to amend chapter 191, RSMo, by adding thereto one new section relating to the establishment of the joint committee on health care policy and planning, with an expiration date.

SB 167-By Bland.

An Act to repeal section 701.316, RSMo 2000, relating to lead-bearing substance activities, and to enact in lieu thereon one new section relating to the same subject.

SB 168-By Bland.

An Act to repeal section 630.405, RSMo 2000, relating to mental health patient services, and to enact in lieu thereof one new section relating to the same subject.

SB 169-By Bland.

An Act to repeal section 59.319, RSMo 2000, relating to user fees collected by the county recorder of deeds, and to enact in lieu thereof one new section relating to the same subject.

SB 170-By Bland.

An Act to amend chapter 571, RSMo, by adding thereto one new section relating to firearms and other weapons.

SB 171-By Bland.

An Act to amend chapter 620, RSMo, by adding thereto one new section relating to economic development in certain economically depressed areas.

SB 172-By Bland.

An Act to amend chapter 135, RSMo, by adding thereto five new sections relating to the establishment of tax credits for businesses which purchase certain goods and services, with penalty provisions.

SB 173-By Bland.

An Act to amend chapter 137, RSMo, by adding thereto one new section relating to homestead exemption for certain persons.

SB 174-By Bland.

An Act to amend chapter 208, RSMo, by adding thereto one new section relating to welfare reform.

SB 175-By Bland.

An Act to repeal section 141.540, RSMo 2000, relating to property taxation, and to enact in lieu thereof one new section relating to the same subject.

SB 176-By Bland.

An Act to repeal section 139.053, RSMo 2000, relating to taxation, and to enact in lieu thereof one new section relating to the same subject.

SB 177-By Schneider.

An Act to repeal sections 143.111 and 143.171, RSMo 2000, relating to certain income tax deductions, and to enact in lieu thereof three new sections relating to the same subject, with an effective date.

SB 178-By Schneider and Rohrbach.

An Act to repeal sections 355.131, 448.2-117, 448.3-102 and 448.3-106, RSMo 2000, relating to ownership of property, and to enact in lieu thereof four new sections relating to the same subject.

SB 179-By Rohrbach.

An Act to repeal section 443.851, RSMo 2000, relating to mortgage brokers, and to enact in lieu thereof one new section relating to the same subject.

SB 180-By Klarich.

An Act to repeal section 451.022, RSMo 2000, relating to marriage, and to enact in lieu thereof one new section relating to the same subject.

SB 181-By Caskey.

An Act to repeal section 307.173, RSMo 2000, relating to motor vehicle safety, and to enact in lieu thereof one new section relating to the same subject, with penalty provisions.

SB 182-By Loudon.

An Act to amend chapter 115, RSMo, relating to elections by adding thereto one new section relating to the same subject.

SB 183-By Schneider.

An Act to repeal section 287.210, RSMo 2000, relating to workers' compensation, and to enact in lieu thereof one new section relating to the same subject.

SB 184-By Johnson, Quick and DePasco.

An Act to repeal sections 205.968, 205.969, 205.970, 205.971, 205.972 and 205.973, RSMo 2000, relating to sheltered workshops, and to enact in lieu thereof six new sections relating to the same subject, with an emergency clause.

SB 185-By Loudon.

An Act to repeal section 301.131, RSMo 2000, relating to historic motor vehicles, and to enact in lieu thereof one new section relating to the same subject.

SB 186-By Klarich.

An Act to amend chapter 367, RSMo, by adding thereto five new sections relating to deferred presentment services.

SB 187-By Schneider and Wiggins.

An Act to repeal sections 386.510, 386.520, 386.530 and 386.540, RSMo 2000, relating to judicial appeal of public service commission orders, and to enact in lieu thereof four new sections relating to the same subject.

SB 188-By Russell.

An Act to repeal section 143.121, RSMo 2000, relating to income taxation, and to enact in lieu thereof one new section relating to the same subject, with an effective date.



SB 189-By Russell.

An Act to amend chapter 130, RSMo, by adding thereto one new section relating to the disclosure of the identity of political phone callers, with penalty provisions.

SB 190-By Russell.

An Act to amend chapter 392, RSMo, by adding thereto one new section relating to required documentation for internet services provided by telecommunications companies.

SB 191-By Goode.

An Act to repeal section 77.450, RSMo 2000, relating to certain municipalities, and to enact in lieu thereof one new section relating to the same subject.

SB 192-By Schneider, Wiggins, Goode and Scott.

An Act to repeal section 565.020, RSMo 2000, relating to murder, and to enact in lieu thereof two new sections relating to the same subject, with penalty provisions.

SB 193-By Rohrbach.

An Act to repeal sections 375.012, 375.014, 375.016, 375.017, 375.018, 375.019, 375.020, 375.021, 375.022, 375.025, 375.027, 375.030, 375.031, 375.033, 375.035, 375.037, 375.039, 375.051, 375.061, 375.065, 375.071, 375.076, 375.081, 375.082, 375.086, 375.091, 375.096, 375.101, 375.106, 375.116, 375.121, 375.136, 375.141, 375.142 and 375.146, RSMo 2000, relating to the licensing of insurance producers, and to enact in lieu thereof twenty-five new sections relating to the same subject, with penalty provisions and an effective date.

SB 194-By Schneider and Bland.

An Act to amend chapter 376, RSMo, by adding thereto one new section relating to drug formularies.

SB 195-By Schneider and Goode.

An Act to repeal section 144.190, RSMo 2000, relating to refunds of incorrectly collected sales tax to original purchases, and to enact in lieu thereof one new section relating to the same subject.

SB 196-By Scott.

An Act to repeal sections 84.020, 84.120 and 84.150, RSMo 2000, relating to the St. Louis police department, and to enact in lieu thereof three new sections relating to the same subject.

SB 197-By Johnson.

An Act to repeal section 320.091, RSMo 2000, relating to fire protection, and to enact in lieu thereof one new section relating to the same subject.

SB 198-By Staples.

An Act to repeal section 67.582, RSMo 2000, relating to law enforcement sales tax, and to enact in lieu thereof one new section relating to the same subject.

SB 199-By Sims.

An Act to amend chapter 300, RSMo, by adding thereto one new section relating to local traffic ordinances.

SB 200-By Sims.

An Act to repeal section 217.015, RSMo 2000, relating to the department of corrections, and to enact in lieu thereof one new section relating to the same subject.

SB 201-By Sims.

An Act to amend chapter 9, RSMo, by adding thereto one new section relating to Missouri lifelong learning month.

SB 202-By Wiggins.

An Act to repeal sections 436.200, 436.205, 436.209 and 436.212, RSMo 2000, relating to athlete agents, and to enact in lieu thereof twenty new sections relating to the same subject, with penalty provisions.

SB 203-By Scott.

An Act to repeal section 32.085, RSMo 2000, relating to the sales tax imposed by the metropolitan park and recreation system, and to enact in lieu thereof two new sections relating to the same subject.

SB 204-By House.

An Act to amend chapter 137, RSMo, by adding thereto one new section relating to property taxation, with an effective date.

SB 205-By Bland.

An Act to amend chapter 135, RSMo, by adding thereto four new sections relating to tax relief for child care payments, with penalty provisions and an expiration date for a certain section.

SB 206-By Wiggins.

An Act to repeal sections 701.025, 701.027, 701.029, 701.031, 701.033, 701.035, 701.037, 701.038, 701.040, 701.043, 701.046, 701.048, 701.050, 701.051, 701.052, 701.053, 701.054, 701.055 and 701.059, RSMo 2000, relating to on-site sewage treatment systems, and to enact in lieu thereof nineteen new sections relating to the same subject.

SB 207-By Klarich.

An Act to repeal section 334.128, RSMo 2000, relating to the state board of registration for the healing arts, and to enact in lieu thereof one new section relating to the same subject.

SB 208-By Sims.

An Act to amend chapter 135, RSMo, by adding thereto one new section relating to tax relief for disabled veterans.

SB 209-By DePasco.

An Act to repeal section 556.036, RSMo 2000, relating to limitations of prosecutions, and to enact in lieu thereof one new section relating to the same subject, with penalty provisions.

SB 210-By DePasco.

An Act to amend chapter 324, RSMo, by adding thereto nineteen new sections relating to the licensing of home builders, with penalty provisions.

SB 211-By DePasco.

An Act to amend chapter 307, RSMo, by adding thereto one new section relating to sound amplification systems in motor vehicles.

SB 212-By Gross, Kenney, Russell and Loudon.

An Act to repeal section 143.121, RSMo 2000, relating to income taxation, and to enact in lieu thereof one new section relating to the same subject.

SB 213-By Gross, Steelman and Singleton.

An Act to amend chapter 135, RSMo, by adding thereto one new section relating to tax credits for property taxes.

SB 214-By Gross, Kenney and Russell.

An Act to repeal section 573.037, RSMo 2000, relating to the possession of child pornography, and to enact in lieu thereof one new section relating to the same subject, with penalty provisions.

SB 215-By Gross.

An Act to repeal section 570.120, RSMo 2000, relating to the crime of passing bad checks, and to enact in lieu thereof one new section relating to the same subject.

SB 216-By Scott.

An Act to repeal section 334.120, RSMo 2000, relating to professional registration, and to enact in lieu thereof one new section relating to the same subject.

SB 217-By Russell.

An Act to amend chapter 577, RSMo, relating to public safety offenses by adding thereto one new section relating to the same subject, with a penalty provision.

SB 218-By Russell.

An Act to repeal section 144.030, RSMo 2000, relating to sales and use tax exemptions, and to enact in lieu thereof one new section relating to the same subject.

SB 219-By Mathewson.

An Act to repeal section 191.227, RSMo 2000, relating to access to medical records, and to enact in lieu thereof one new section relating to the same subject.

SB 220-By Kinder and Gross.

An Act to repeal sections 28.600, 28.603, 28.606, 28.609, 28.612, 28.615, 28.618, 28.621, 28.624, 28.627. 28.630, 28.633, 28.636, 28.639, 28.642, 28.645, 28.648, 28.651, 28.654, 28.657, 28.660, 28.663, 28.666, 28.669, 28.672, 28.675, 28.678, 28.684, RSMo 2000, and section 28.681 as enacted by senate bill 680 and section 28.681 as enacted by senate bill 844 during the second regular session of the eighty-ninth general assembly, relating to the uniform electronic transactions act, and to enact in lieu thereof twenty new sections relating to the same subject.

SB 221-By Westfall.

An Act to repeal section 144.030, RSMo 2000, relating to sales and use tax exemptions, and to enact in lieu thereof one new section relating to the same subject.

SB 222-By Caskey.

An Act to amend chapter 149, RSMo, by adding thereto six new sections relating to the sale of cigarettes, with penalty provisions.

SB 223-By Caskey.

An Act to repeal section 556.046, RSMo 2000, relating to criminal procedure, and to enact in lieu thereof one new section relating to the same subject.

SB 224-By Russell.

An Act to amend chapter 67, RSMo, by adding thereto twenty new sections relating to law enforcement districts, with an emergency clause.

SB 225-By Mathewson.

An Act to repeal section 660.050, RSMo 2000, relating to the department of health and senior services, and to enact in lieu thereof two new sections relating to the same subject, with an emergency clause.

SB 226-By Goode.

An Act to amend chapter 192, RSMo, by adding thereto five new sections relating to a life sciences research program.

SB 227-By Jacob.

An Act to repeal section 461.051, RSMo 2000, relating to nonprobate transfers, and to enact in lieu thereof one new section relating to the same subject.

SB 228-By Jacob.

An Act to amend chapter 144, RSMo, by adding thereto one new section relating to a temporary exemption from state and local sales and use tax on retail sales of clothing before the start of the school year, with an emergency clause and a termination date.

SB 229-By Jacob.

An Act to amend chapter 327, RSMo, by adding thereto one new section relating to design/build contracts.

SB 230-By Childers.

An Act to amend chapter 67, RSMo, by adding thereto seven new sections relating to local sales taxes for the promotion of economic development.

SB 231-By Gross.

An Act to amend chapter 144, RSMo, by adding thereto one new section relating to sales tax on food.

SB 232-By Gross.

An Act to repeal section 565.032, RSMo 2000, relating to the death penalty, and to enact in lieu thereof one new section relating to the same subject.

SJR 1-By Schneider.

Joint Resolution submitting to the qualified voters of Missouri, an amendment repealing section 8 of article III of the Constitution of Missouri relating to term limits, and adopting two new sections in lieu thereof relating to the same subject.

SJR 2-By Goode.

Joint Resolution submitting to the qualified voters of Missouri, an amendment to article IV of the Constitution of Missouri, and adopting one new section relating to funds administered by the department of natural resources.

SJR 3-By Goode.

Joint Resolution submitting to the qualified voters of Missouri, an amendment repealing section 7 of article IX of the Constitution of Missouri relating to education, and adopting three new sections in lieu thereof relating to the same subject.

SJR 4-By Johnson.

Joint Resolution submitting to the qualified voters of Missouri, an amendment repealing section 8 of article III of the Constitution of Missouri relating to term limits, and adopting one new section in lieu thereof relating to the same subject.

SJR 5-By Childers.

Joint Resolution submitting to the qualified voters of Missouri, an amendment to article IX of the Constitution of Missouri relating to education.

SJR 6-By Childers.

Joint Resolution submitting to the qualified voters of Missouri, an amendment to article VIII of the Constitution of Missouri relating to the public service commission.

SJR 7-By Bland.

Joint Resolution to ratify a proposed amendment to the Constitution of the United States.

SJR 8-By Steelman.

Joint Resolution submitting to the qualified voters of Missouri, an amendment to article X of the Constitution of Missouri, by adding thereto one new section relating to the disposition of tobacco settlement funds.

SJR 9-By Goode, Scott, Gibbons and Gross.

Joint Resolution submitting to the qualified voters of Missouri, an amendment repealing sections 31, 32(a) and 32(b) of article VI of the Constitution of Missouri relating to the city of St. Louis, and adopting four new sections in lieu thereof relating to the same subject.

INTRODUCTION OF BILLS

The following Bills were read the 1st time and 1,000 copies ordered printed:

SB 233-By Wiggins.

An Act to amend chapter 195, RSMo, relating to drug regulations, by adding thereto eight new sections relating to civil liability for drug dealing.

SB 234-By Wiggins.

An Act to repeal section 144.010, RSMo 2000, relating to sales tax of telecommunication services, and to enact in lieu thereof one new section relating to the same subject.

SB 235-By Sims.

An Act to repeal sections 197.300, 197.305, 197.310, 197.311, 197.312, 197.314, 197.315, 197.316, 197.317, 197.318, 197.320, 197.325, 197.326, 197.327, 197.330, 197.335, 197.340, 197.345, 197.355, 197.357, 197.366 and 197.367, RSMo 2000, relating to Missouri health facilities review and certificate of need law, and to enact in lieu thereof fifteen new sections relating to the same subject, with penalty provisions.

SB 236-By Sims.

An Act to repeal section 453.072, RSMo 2000, relating to adoption subsidies, and to enact in lieu thereof one new section relating to the same subject.

INTRODUCTIONS OF GUESTS

Senator Caskey introduced to the Senate, his wife, Kay; his father, Albert Caskey; and Janice Craft, Butler; his brother, Robert Caskey and his wife, Alice, Holden; and Virginia Finley, Hume.

Senator Goode introduced to the Senate, his wife, Jane, St. Louis; and his son Peter Goode, his wife, Jeni and their daughter, Beverly Anne, Jefferson City; and Beverly Anne was made an honorary page.

Senator Russell introduced to the Senate, his wife, Margaret, and their grandson, John C. Russell, Lebanon.

Senator Kinder introduced to the Senate, his mother, Mary Frances Kinder, Cape Girardeau; and his niece, Louisa Kinder, Cairo, Illinois; and former State Representative Jim Graham, Fredericktown.

Senator Loudon introduced to the Senate, his wife, Gina, and their daughters, Lyda and Lily; his parents, Bob and Jan Loudon; and Dick and Linda Oscarson, Ballwin; Scott Schatzman and Michael Geller, Chesterfield; and John Paul Frisella, Maplewood.

Senator Gross introduced to the Senate, his mother, Margaret Gross, St. Peters; his wife, Leslie, and their daughters, Megan and Madelynn; and Erwin Wessler and Carol Emison, St. Charles.

Senator Foster introduced to the Senate, his wife, Karen, and their daughter, Karmen, Poplar Bluff.



Senator Foster introduced to the Senate, the Physician of the Day, Dr. Alan Chen, M.D., his wife, June, and their children, Wendy and Lyndon, Dexter.

Senator Schneider introduced to the Senate, former State Senator Gerald Winship, Lee's Summit.

Senator Rohrbach introduced to the Senate, former State Senator Al Mueller, Jefferson City; and Christina Porter, Jamestown.

Senator Yeckel introduced to the Senate, Pat Manfrede and Sandy Horrell, St. Louis County.

Senator Carter introduced to the Senate, members of her family, Paula Carter-Lay, Keena and Ronda Carter; Christopher Carter and Chris Carter, Sr., St. Louis; and Paula and Christopher were made honorary pages.

On motion of Senator Kenney, the Senate adjourned under the rules.

SENATE CALENDAR

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SECOND DAY-THURSDAY, JANUARY 4, 2001

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FORMAL CALENDAR



SECOND READING OF SENATE BILLS



SB 1-Schneider

SB 2-Schneider

SB 3-Schneider

SB 4-Wiggins, et al

SB 5-Wiggins, et al

SB 6-Wiggins, et al

SB 7-Scott

SB 8-Scott

SB 9-Caskey

SB 10-Caskey

SB 11-Russell

SB 12-Russell

SB 13-Russell

SB 14-Mathewson

SB 15-Mathewson

SB 16-Mathewson

SB 17-Staples

SB 18-Staples

SB 19-Goode

SB 20-Goode

SB 21-Goode

SB 22-Singleton

SB 23-Singleton

SB 24-Singleton

SB 25-Johnson

SB 26-Johnson

SB 27-Johnson and Westfall

SB 28-Rohrbach

SB 29-Rohrbach

SB 30-Rohrbach

SB 31-DePasco, et al

SB 32-Kinder

SB 33-Kinder

SB 34-Kinder

SB 35-House

SB 36-Westfall, et al

SB 37-Westfall and Kinder

SB 38-Westfall, et al

SB 39-Klarich and Goode

SB 40-Klarich

SB 41-Kenney, et al

SB 42-Kenney

SB 43-Kenney

SB 44-Bentley

SB 45-Bentley

SB 46-Bentley

SB 47-Sims

SB 48-Sims

SB 49-Sims

SB 50-Childers

SB 51-Childers and Russell

SB 52-Childers

SB 53-Bland

SB 54-Bland

SB 55-Bland

SB 56-Stoll, et al

SB 57-Stoll, et al

SB 58-Stoll

SB 59-Steelman, et al

SB 60-Steelman

SB 61-Steelman

SB 62-Carter and Bland

SB 63-Carter, et al

SB 64-Carter

SB 65-Gibbons

SB 66-Gibbons

SB 67-Gross

SB 68-Gross

SB 69-Gross

SB 70-Loudon

SB 71-Loudon

SB 72-Loudon

SB 73-Schneider

SB 74-Wiggins

SB 75-Wiggins

SB 76-Wiggins

SB 77-Russell

SB 78-Russell

SB 79-Goode

SB 80-Goode

SB 81-Goode

SB 82-Singleton

SB 83-Singleton

SB 84-Singleton

SB 85-Rohrbach

SB 86-Rohrbach

SB 87-Rohrbach

SB 88-Kinder

SB 89-Kinder

SB 90-Kinder

SB 91-Westfall

SB 92-Westfall

SB 93-Kenney

SB 94-Kenney

SB 95-Kenney

SB 96-Bentley

SB 97-Bentley

SB 98-Bentley

SB 99-Sims

SB 100-Childers

SB 101-Childers

SB 102-Childers

SB 103-Bland

SB 104-Bland

SB 105-Bland

SB 106-Steelman, et al

SB 107-Steelman

SB 108-Steelman

SB 109-Gross

SB 110-Gross

SB 111-Gross

SB 112-Loudon

SB 113-Loudon

SB 114-Loudon

SB 115-Wiggins

SB 116-Wiggins

SB 117-Wiggins

SB 118-Goode

SB 119-Goode

SB 120-Goode, et al

SB 121-Singleton

SB 122-Kinder

SB 123-Kinder

SB 124-Kinder

SB 125-Bentley

SB 126-Bentley

SB 127-Childers

SB 128-Childers

SB 129-Childers

SB 130-Bland

SB 131-Bland

SB 132-Bland

SB 133-Steelman

SB 134-Loudon

SB 135-Wiggins

SB 136-Wiggins

SB 137-Wiggins

SB 138-Goode and Wiggins

SB 139-Goode

SB 140-Goode

SB 141-Childers

SB 142-Childers

SB 143-Childers

SB 144-Bland

SB 145-Bland

SB 146-Bland

SB 147-Wiggins and DePasco

SB 148-Goode

SB 149-Goode

SB 150-Goode

SB 151-Childers

SB 152-Childers

SB 153-Bland

SB 154-Bland

SB 155-Bland

SB 156-Goode

SB 157-Goode and Bentley

SB 158-Bland

SB 159-Bland

SB 160-Bland

SB 161-Bland

SB 162-Bland

SB 163-Bland

SB 164-Bland

SB 165-Bland

SB 166-Bland

SB 167-Bland

SB 168-Bland

SB 169-Bland

SB 170-Bland

SB 171-Bland

SB 172-Bland

SB 173-Bland

SB 174-Bland

SB 175-Bland

SB 176-Bland

SB 177-Schneider

SB 178-Schneider and

Rohrbach

SB 179-Rohrbach

SB 180-Klarich

SB 181-Caskey

SB 182-Loudon

SB 183-Schneider

SB 184-Johnson, et al

SB 185-Loudon

SB 186-Klarich

SB 187-Schneider and Wiggins

SB 188-Russell

SB 189-Russell

SB 190-Russell

SB 191-Goode

SB 192-Schneider, et al

SB 193-Rohrbach

SB 194-Schneider and Bland

SB 195-Schneider and Goode

SB 196-Scott

SB 197-Johnson

SB 198-Staples

SB 199-Sims

SB 200-Sims

SB 201-Sims

SB 202-Wiggins

SB 203-Scott

SB 204-House

SB 205-Bland

SB 206-Wiggins

SB 207-Klarich

SB 208-Sims

SB 209-DePasco

SB 210-DePasco

SB 211-DePasco

SB 212-Gross, et al

SB 213-Gross, et al

SB 214-Gross, et al

SB 215-Gross

SB 216-Scott

SB 217-Russell

SB 218-Russell

SB 219-Mathewson



SB 220-Kinder and Gross

SB 221-Westfall

SB 222-Caskey

SB 223-Caskey

SB 224-Russell

SB 225-Mathewson

SB 226-Goode

SB 227-Jacob

SB 228-Jacob

SB 229-Jacob

SB 230-Childers

SB 231-Gross

SB 232-Gross

SB 233-Wiggins

SB 234-Wiggins

SB 235-Sims

SB 236-Sims

SJR 1-Schneider

SJR 2-Goode

SJR 3-Goode

SJR 4-Johnson

SJR 5-Childers

SJR 6-Childers

SJR 7-Bland

SJR 8-Steelman

SJR 9-Goode, et al



RESOLUTIONS



HCR 1-Crump (DePasco)

HCR 2-Crump (Kenney)



HCR 3-Crump (DePasco)