Missouri State Senate
Senate Bills - 2002 Session

SB 0631 - Schneider - Modifies certain provisions of the Second Injury Fund
SB 0632 - Schneider - Permits refund of overcollected sales taxes only if they are returned to the original purchasers
SB 0633 - Schneider - Prohibits health carriers from changing conditions of their drug formulary during contract period
SB 0634 - Wiggins - Authorizes additional annual funding for Kansas City sports stadiums
SB 0635 - Wiggins - Creates statutory warranties for homeowners and prevents home solicitors from engaging in certain practices
SB 0636 - Wiggins - Repeals expiration of K.C. mass transportation sales tax
SB 0637 - Caskey - State consents to ADA suits in state court only
SB 0638 - Caskey - A portion of property tax collections shall be used for a geographic information system (GIS)
SB 0639 - Caskey - Modifies production requirements for sellers of jams and jellies
SB 0640 - Russell - Adds a regional child assessment center in Camden county
SB 0641 - Russell - Exempts certain employees from union membership, prohibits payroll deductions for, and the requirement of, service fees
SB 0642 - Russell - Requires hepatitis B and sexually transmitted disease testing of crime victims and sex offenders
SB 0643 - Mathewson - Allows members of the Board of Probation and Parole the use of sick leave to purchase additional creditable service
SB 0644 - Mathewson - Allows veterans to obtain a specialized veteran motorcycle license plate
SB 0645 - Mathewson - Authorizes Caldwell, DeKalb and Daviess counties to impose a voter approved sales tax to fund jail districts
SB 0646 - Staples - Exempts persons 21 years of age or older from wearing motorcycle helmets
SB 0647 - Goode - Amends various provisions regarding the use of child restraint systems in motor vehicles
SB 0648 - Goode - Allows all counties and St. Louis City to opt out of property tax levy inflation adjustments
SB 0649 - Goode - Creates the Invasive Species Council
SB 0650 - Singleton - Removes statute of limitations for forcible rape and forcible sodomy and armed criminal action
SB 0651 - Singleton - Requires a health carrier to allow any qualified health care provider to participate in its network
SB 0652 - Singleton - Prohibits certain hospitals from preventing any licensed physicians from practicing who complies w/all hospital rules
SB 0653 - Johnson - Expands ability of SB 40 Boards to fund other services for persons with developmental disabilities
SB 0654 - Rohrbach - Prohibits private prisons or jails
SB 0655 - Rohrbach - Revises procedures for gubernatorial appointments
SB 0656 - Rohrbach - Allows insurance policies and other materials to be provided in a language other than English
SB 0657 - House - Limits the ability of the Government to interfere with the exercise of religion
SB 0658 - House - Lengthens notice requirement for termination of mobile home tenancy
SB 0659 - House - Revises charter school laws
SB 0660 - Westfall - Prohibits open containers of alcohol in motor vehicles
SB 0661 - Westfall - Revises state school aid formula
SB 0662 - Westfall - Allows Sheriff to seize misappropriated property held by a pawnbroker; revises felony theft limit to $500
SB 0663 - Klarich - Limits increases in assessed valuation of real property and modifies reassessment procedures
SB 0664 - Klarich - Earmarks state sales tax revenues for St. Louis multipurpose facilities
SB 0665 - Kenney - Regulates Internet access for minors in public libraries and schools and creates RCFL and crime of enticement of a child
SB 0666 - Kenney - Establishes School Building Construction and Renovation Fund
SB 0667 - Bentley - Establishes teacher salary supplements for National Board teacher certification
SB 0668 - Bentley - Establishes a math grant program, the CAES program, & allows school districts to create after school & summer programs
SB 0669 - Bentley - Authorizes removal of property from the Springfield Community Improvement District
SB 0670 - Sims - Makes a number of changes designed to protect the elderly
SB 0671 - Sims - Requires governmental food establishments to give preference to foods with calcium in certain circumstances
SB 0672 - Childers - Creates a Legislative Academy within the General Assembly
SB 0673 - Childers - Creates crime of sexual contact with an inmate
SB 0674 - Childers - Requires state-sponsored professional development events for teachers to occur on scheduled days
SB 0675 - Yeckel - Revises election laws
SB 0676 - Yeckel - Modifies the WW2 medallion program and funding to the Veterans' Commission Capital Improvement Trust Fund
SB 0677 - Yeckel - Allows a tax credit for persons who contribute to unplanned pregnancy resource centers
SB 0678 - Bland - Requires charter schools to meet all accreditation standards and requirements
SB 0679 - Bland - Establishes planning commission for Kansas City Missouri School District
SB 0680 - Bland - Creates the Missouri Commission on Prevention and Management of Obesity
SB 0681 - Stoll - Revises line 14 of the Foundation Formula
SB 0682 - Stoll - Authorizes nuisance abatement in Jefferson County
SB 0683 - Stoll - Authorizes Festus to impose a hotel-motel sales tax for promotion of tourism
SB 0684 - Steelman - Modifies the reporting of elder abuse and neglect and the provision of in-home services to the elderly
SB 0685 - Steelman - Revises the Sunshine Law
SB 0686 - Steelman - Prohibits sealing of civil court records, with limited exceptions
SB 0687 - Gibbons - Protects a parent from liability for relinquishing custody of a newborn to a hospital
SB 0688 - Gibbons - Limits increases in assessed valuation of real property and modifies reassessment procedures
SB 0689 - Gibbons - Creates Project Exile
SB 0690 - Gross - Adds the Chief Information Officer to the State Records Commission
SB 0691 - Gross - Exempts the homestead of those aged 65 and older from increases in property tax assessments
SB 0692 - Gross - School boards to establish the daily observance of one minute of silence in each classroom
SB 0693 - Dougherty - Increases the foster care reimbursement and adoption subsidy rates over a three-year period
SB 0694 - Dougherty - Does not require the court to make reasonable efforts if a child is abused by a person other than the parent
SB 0695 - Dougherty - Expands the Children's Trust Fund Board from seventeen to twenty-one members
SB 0696 - Cauthorn - Requires performance-based budgeting for state departments
SB 0697 - Cauthorn - Creates more funding for textbooks and signing bonuses for rural schools
SB 0698 - Cauthorn - Allows covenant marriages
SB 0699 - Wiggins - Various modifications to tax laws affecting commercial airlines
SB 0700 - Wiggins - Revises dram shop liability
SB 0701 - Wiggins - Modifies law to reflect the fact the Federal Aviation Administration issues airmen certificates
SB 0702 - Caskey - Creates the Older Visually Impaired Missourians Fund
SB 0703 - Caskey - Revises law regarding tinted windows
SB 0704 - Caskey - Revises numerous theft crimes to reflect new felony limit of $500
SB 0705 - Russell - Allows departments and divisions to exempt certain employees from union membership
SB 0706 - Russell - Allows nonattorneys to represent themselves before certain state agencies
SB 0707 - Russell - Disqualifies individuals for unemployment compensation for failing or refusing to take a drug test
SB 0708 - Mathewson - Revises membership of Clean Water Commission
SB 0709 - Goode - Revises the Sunshine Law
SB 0710 - Goode - Raises gas tax, sales tax, registration fees and shifts highway revenues for transportation purposes
SB 0711 - Goode - Gives the power of eminent domain to towns and villages
SB 0712 - Singleton - Modifies provisions relating to terrorism
SB 0713 - Singleton - Clarifies the use of noncompete clauses in contracts between physicians and hospitals
SB 0714 - Singleton - Allows the state to temporarily license certain health care practitioners during a state public health emergency
SB 0715 - Rohrbach - Creates the Environmental Regulation Consistency Act
SB 0716 - House - Exempts residential property owned by the elderly from certain increases in assessed valuation
SB 0717 - House - Regulates contracts for services formerly delivered by public bodies
SB 0718 - House - Mandates weekly Pledge of Allegiance for school children
SB 0719 - Westfall - Creates state aid payment for educating pupils with limited English proficiency
SB 0720 - Westfall - Limits the bond amount for deputies and assistants appointed by collectors and treasurer ex officio collectors
SB 0721 - Westfall - Amends several provisions of law regulating traffic offenses
SB 0722 - Bentley - Renders alterations to policies regarding teachers' licenses and permits temporary administrator certificates
SB 0723 - Bentley - Creates a grant and loan program to promote cultural tourism
SB 0724 - Bentley - Requires certain facilities for children to show proof of accreditation or compliance with safety standards
SB 0725 - Childers - Requires Transportation Commission to issue permits in order to erect structures which might impede airplane safety
SB 0726 - Childers - September 11th is Emergency Services Day
SB 0727 - Yeckel - Revises the law regarding tinted windows
SB 0728 - Yeckel - Revises laws pertaining to mortgage brokers
SB 0729 - Yeckel - Mortgages may be insured in an amount not to exceed 103% of fair market value of the property
SB 0730 - Bland - Requires insurance companies to cover treatment for overweight and obese persons
SB 0731 - Bland - Creates a commission to study the death penalty and imposes a temporary moratorium on executions
SB 0732 - Bland - Requires the Division of Family Services to provide an annual report on the status of welfare reform in Missouri
SB 0733 - Steelman - Exempts from state and local sales taxes all sales to athletic events and dues for health and fitness centers
SB 0734 - Steelman - Creates a tax credit for 25% of the unreimbursed cost of health insurance premiums paid by individuals
SB 0735 - Steelman - Creates a tax credit for contributions to scholarship charities
SB 0736 - Dougherty - Prohibits the refusal of residential treatment services to children with mental disorders or addiction
SB 0737 - Cauthorn - Allows 4-H members and parents of 4-H members to obtain special license plates
SB 0738 - Cauthorn - Allows the Department of Transportation to contract with private individuals to mow and maintain the right-of-ways
SB 0739 - Wiggins - Establishes the Uniform Athlete Agents Act
SB 0740 - Wiggins - Creates the Uniform Child Custody Jurisdiction and Enforcement Act
SB 0741 - Wiggins - Modifies law relating to organ donation and procurement
SB 0742 - Caskey - Makes technical correction to trusts and estates law
SB 0743 - Caskey - Rulings on termination of parental rights shall be final for purposes of appeal
SB 0744 - Caskey - Allow Cass County to elect a county surveyor
SB 0745 - Russell - Allows Marines and Navy personnel who participated in combat to receive Combat Action Ribbon license plates
SB 0746 - Russell - Allows recognition of bargaining unit upon approval of majority of employees in unit
SB 0747 - Russell - Nonattorneys may represent corporations in certain state proceedings
SB 0748 - Goode - Authorizes design-build projects in certain instances
SB 0749 - Goode - Specifies the effective dates for laws passed by initiative and vetoed bills when veto is overridden
SB 0750 - Goode - Specifies that article used in trade-in to offset sales tax must have had tax paid or been exempted from tax
SB 0751 - Singleton - Prohibits Medicaid from reimbursing providers for nontherapeutic circumcisions
SB 0752 - House - Requires health plans to cover all services provided or ordered by registered nurse first assistants
SB 0753 - House - Limits noncompetition clauses in employment contracts of certain broadcast employees
SB 0754 - House - Provides limited due process rights for certain law enforcement officers
SB 0755 - Westfall - Exempts retailers from sales tax for inventory donated to private or public education entities
SB 0756 - Westfall - Allows student participation in events of certain organizations during school hours
SB 0757 - Westfall - Creates the Head Injury Fund for use by the Missouri Head Injury Advisory Council
SB 0758 - Bentley - Clarifies registration requirements for offenders
SB 0759 - Yeckel - Freezes residential property valuations for senior citizens at local option
SB 0760 - Yeckel - Fire district board members may be recalled for misconduct in office or criminal convictions
SB 0761 - Yeckel - Requires counties to pay PILOTS for certain county-purchased property
SB 0762 - Bland - Establishes the "Missouri Universal Health Assurance Program" to provide health care benefits to all MO citizens
SB 0763 - Bland - Lowers age for jury duty from 21 to 18; excuses certain students
SB 0764 - Bland - Establishes a Needle Exchange Program within the Department of Health
SB 0765 - Steelman - Establishes a School Building Construction and Renovation Fund
SB 0766 - Steelman - Regulates inaugural and congressional reapportionment committees and provisions of campaign finance disclosure law
SB 0767 - Steelman - University of Missouri-Rolla may sponsor charter schools
SB 0768 - Wiggins - Authorizes the conveyance of certain state property to the Children's Mercy Hospital
SB 0769 - Russell - Limits the amount of tax credits redeemed in any given year to that amount appropriated for each tax credit program
SB 0770 - Russell - Revises documentation required for telecommunications companies to charge for Internet services
SB 0771 - Russell - Exempts boats under 24 feet with electric trolling motors from licensure requirements
SB 0772 - Goode - Creates a grant program for employees who purchase homes in areas of economic decline near where they work
SB 0773 - Goode - Exempts certain leased personal property from taxation
SB 0774 - Goode - Reduces speed limit by five m.p.h. for trucks on certain highways, expressways and interstates of this state
SB 0775 - House - Renames Missouri River Bridge as American Military Veterans Bridge
SB 0776 - House - Personally identifiable information of participants in the Higher Education Savings Program shall be confidential
SB 0777 - Yeckel - Allows waiver of portion of appeal bonds for certain defendants
SB 0778 - Yeckel - Allows a tax deduction for those who contribute to medical savings accounts
SB 0779 - Yeckel - Makes several changes to the Sunshine Law governing meetings and records of public entities
SB 0780 - Bland - Exempts food local sales tax and reduces federal income tax deduction, subject to referendum
SB 0781 - Bland - Prohibits sale of firearms without a trigger locking device
SB 0782 - Bland - Authorizes an appropriation to the MO Housing Development Commission for grants to housing development groups
SB 0783 - Steelman - Requires school districts to provide phonics instruction
SB 0784 - Russell - Requires posting of notice and limits times for application of pesticides, insecticides and herbicides
SB 0785 - Goode - Allows additional counties to establish homeless programs and increases fees on recorded instruments to $5
SB 0786 - Goode - Authorizes certain design and build contracts when the contractor is not licensed in Missouri
SB 0787 - Yeckel - Allows counties to give discounts for prepayment of property taxes
SB 0788 - Yeckel - Revises distribution of gaming tax proceeds for schools
SB 0789 - Bland - Requires racial profiling information for every stop of a motor vehicle
SB 0790 - Bland - Establishes the General Assembly Scholarship Program funded by a nonresident earnings tax
SB 0791 - Bland - Establishes Pilot Program of Urban Early Compulsory School Attendance
SB 0792 - Bland - Prohibits health carriers from changing conditions of its drug formulary during contract period
SB 0793 - Bland - Modifies the Grandparents as Foster Parents Program
SB 0794 - Bland - School districts may create after-school and summer educational programs for at-risk youth
SB 0795 - Schneider - Creates Emergency Communications Systems Fund for use of counties and allows certain board to set and collect fees
SB 0796 - Mathewson - Increases independent agency fees for motor vehicle registration and driver's licenses
SB 0797 - Westfall - Allows municipalities in certain counties to use condem- nation in order to construct or acquire natural gas service
SB 0798 - Westfall - Allows two sets of specialized plates to be issued to U.S. Congressional members
SB 0799 - Westfall - Includes departments of Agriculture, Economic Development and Revenue in merit system
SB 0800 - DePasco - Removes statute of limitations for certain unclassified crimes
SB 0801 - DePasco - Requires Revenue Department to reinstate driving privileges after court finds in favor of driver
SB 0802 - DePasco - Creates the crime of fraudulent use of a credit or debit device to "pay" property taxes to obtain auto license tags
SB 0803 - Dougherty - Prohibits use of genetic information and testing for insurance purposes
SB 0804 - DePasco - Authorizes Governor to convey 12 property interests held by the Department of Mental Health to Kansas City
SB 0805 - DePasco - Extends the commercial zone around Kansas City from 12 to 15 miles
SB 0806 - Caskey - A portion of property tax collections shall be used for a geographic information system (GIS)
SB 0807 - Klarich - Creates crime of eluding a peace officer
SB 0808 - Gross - Allows individuals a tax credit on taxes paid on residential property
SB 0809 - Gross - Exempts movie tickets from state and local sales taxes
SB 0810 - Dougherty - Modifies provisions relating to supplemental assistance payments for the elderly and disabled
SB 0811 - Dougherty - Salary schedule credit for public school teachers
SB 0812 - Russell - Requires all executive orders to be published in the Missouri Register after January 1, 2003
SB 0813 - Mathewson - Modifies appropriations procedures for community college districts
SB 0814 - Childers - Requires director to credit person for suspension served before imposing penalties for an out-of-state conviction
SB 0815 - Childers - A percentage of insurance premium taxes shall fund various fire protection programs
SB 0816 - Gross - Details information to be included in physician abortion reports
SB 0817 - Gross - Revises dram shop liability
SB 0818 - Westfall - Revises portions of the Model Traffic Ordinance chapter
SB 0819 - Bentley - Raises age limit for death penalty from 16 to 18
SB 0820 - Bentley - Allows certain foster parents to receive a dependency exemption on their state income tax returns
SB 0821 - Dougherty - Allows division of design and construction to contract for guaranteed energy cost savings
SB 0822 - Dougherty - Insurance coverage for certain cancer screenings
SB 0823 - Cauthorn - Exempts pension and retirement income of seniors from state income tax
SB 0824 - Cauthorn - Exempts residential property owned by the elderly from certain increases in assessed valuation
SB 0825 - Schneider - Creates commission of administrative law judges of the Division of Workers Compensation
SB 0826 - Gross - Revises law regarding notification procedure for a holder of a bad check
SB 0827 - Dougherty - Mandates insurance coverage for clinical trials for treatment of cancer or other life-threatening illnesses
SB 0828 - Dougherty - Details rights and responsibilities of foster parents
SB 0829 - Dougherty - Allows the Department of Health to investigate complaints of air quality in public schools
SB 0830 - House - Allows adopted persons over age 50 to obtain their original birth certificate
SB 0831 - Loudon - Establishes December 15th as Bill of Rights Day
SB 0832 - Schneider - Modifies workers' compensation and second injury fund provisions
SB 0833 - Schneider - Requires certain departments to notify the Attorney General's office before entering into certain contracts
SB 0834 - Sims - Allows Sunday liquor sales by the drink at establishments within an international airport
SB 0835 - Bland - Modifies the law relating to the rights of persons with service animals
SB 0836 - Gross - Codifies Mobile Telecommunications Sourcing Act
SB 0837 - Cauthorn - Revises several agricultural programs
SB 0838 - Caskey - Requires insurers to provide coverage for hearing aids for children
SB 0839 - Goode - Prohibits certain predatory lending practices with respect to home loans
SB 0840 - Gross - Revises the statute of limitations and adds economic loss damages for home improvements
SB 0841 - Klarich - Requires health carriers to provide chiropractic care as part of their basic health care services
SB 0842 - Klarich - Requires managed care organizations to provide chiropractic benefits to enrollees
SB 0843 - Stoll - Allows a landlord to have a security interest in abandoned manufactured homes for unpaid rent and revises procedures
SB 0844 - Loudon - Prohibits reassessment of previously assessed real property and improvements until a transfer of ownership occurs
SB 0845 - Russell - Exempts from public inspection certain public records furnished by a municipal utility to the PSC
SB 0846 - Singleton - Changes name of the Missouri Commission for the Deaf
SB 0847 - Singleton - Allows public schools to offer American Sign Language classes for foreign language credit
SB 0848 - Singleton - Allows refusal, suspension or revocation of certain professional licenses due to student loan defaults
SB 0849 - DePasco - Creates crime of enticement
SB 0850 - House - Revises the regulation of unsolicited telephone sales calls
SB 0851 - Westfall - Modifies various regulations regarding billboards
SB 0852 - Bland - Requires insurers to offer optional coverage for weight reduction counseling services
SB 0853 - Stoll - Establishes the "Collaborative for Applied Experiences in Science" (CAES) program
SB 0854 - Gross - Creates the "Terrorism Prevention Act"
SB 0855 - Caskey - Requires sex offenders to register with county officials be- fore Sept. 10, 2002 or within 10 days of entering the count
SB 0856 - Russell - Authorizes a new enterprise zone for Wright County and for the city of Carl Junction in Jasper County
SB 0857 - Dougherty - Provides consumer protection for price gouging during a state of emergency
SB 0858 - Dougherty - Allows certain metropolitan school districts to change the compulsory attendance age
SB 0859 - Russell - Modifies A+ program's three-year attendance requirement and gives supremacy to tuition reimbursements over school grants
SB 0860 - Rohrbach - Changes the name of the Missouri Commission for the Deaf to Missouri Commission for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing
SB 0861 - Rohrbach - Modifies definition of American Sign Language to include that it is the native language for many deaf Missourians
SB 0862 - DePasco - Creates a home builders licensure board to license and regulate residential home builders
SB 0863 - Gross - Adds Consumer Price Index adjustment to "hold" harmless school districts' school aid
SB 0864 - Gross - Allows A+ schools reimbursement for attending four-year institutions
SB 0865 - Foster - Changes the assessment renewal on boll weevil eradication from five years to ten years
SB 0866 - Cauthorn - Allows tax credits for new generation cooperatives to be claimed against tax or quarterly estimated tax
SB 0867 - Cauthorn - Allows Transportation Commission to enter into design-build contracts
SB 0868 - Cauthorn - Eliminates the requirement that road projects be bid in sections not to exceed 10 miles
SB 0869 - Cauthorn - Removes ability of Marion Co. circuit clerk to appoint Divi- sion I circuit clerk if office is separated from recorder
SB 0870 - Goode - Increases penalty that may be imposed by the PSC for safety related violations of the Natural Gas Pipeline Safety Act
SB 0871 - Dougherty - Makes changes in the law relating to anatomical donation
SB 0872 - Dougherty - Creates the Consumer Clean Energy Act to promote energy efficiency
SB 0873 - House - Establishes the "Challenge Scholarship" program
SB 0874 - Bentley - Prescribes additional guidelines concerning service delivery for special education services
SB 0875 - Gross - Revises crime of possession of child pornography
SB 0876 - Sims - Allows foster parents to be automatically registered with the Family Care Safety Registry at no additional cost
SB 0877 - Sims - Moves the Missouri Board of Nursing Home Administrators to the Division of Professional Registration
SB 0878 - Sims - Modifies law relating to the rights of persons with service animals
SB 0879 - Steelman - Removes the religious and medical exemption limitations from childhood vaccination requirements
SB 0880 - Steelman - Creates Missouri Engineering and Science Academy and summer program for science teachers at UMR
SB 0881 - Steelman - Creates the Environmental Hearing Commission
SB 0882 - Sims - Changes the name of the Missouri Commission for the Deaf to the Missouri Commission for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing
SB 0883 - DePasco - Creates a one-dollar donation option on tax returns for the Workers Memorial Fund
SB 0884 - DePasco - Creates new restrictions on interest that can be charged in payday loans
SB 0885 - Bentley - Allows satellite economic development zones in Springfield
SB 0886 - Bentley - Allows political subdivisions to provide telecommunication providers with certain services or facilities
SB 0887 - Sims - Requires municipalities to provide additional notice about industrial development projects
SB 0888 - Gross - PSC must set ratemaking principles before new generation is constructed and DNR must act on permits within 180 days
SB 0889 - Dougherty - Allows administrators in metropolitan school districts to come out of retirement and keep their benefits up to 4 years
SB 0890 - Kenney - Establishes School Building Construction and Renovation Fund
SB 0891 - Kenney - Changes ownership requirements for members of a transportation development district
SB 0892 - Kenney - Allows certain additional services to be prepurchased from cemeteries
SB 0893 - Rohrbach - Prohibits life insurance companies from owning certain investments in excess of specific limitations
SB 0894 - Kinder - Establishes sales tax holiday, provides tax amnesty & limits sales tax overpayment refunds
SB 0895 - Yeckel - Amends various provisions related to financial institutions
SB 0896 - Yeckel - Permits temporary practice of foreign CPAs in this state
SB 0897 - Dougherty - Creates the Urban Flight Scholarship Program
SB 0898 - Dougherty - Increases number of minority student scholarships; and amount of scholarship for entering special ed. field
SB 0899 - Dougherty - Expands state tax credit for contributions to authorized dropout abatement pilot programs
SB 0900 - Goode - Allows for aggregate purchasing of natural gas by public school districts & PSC to refund ratepayers certain amounts
SB 0901 - Goode - Increases the maximum upper limit income for senior citizens property tax relief
SB 0902 - Goode - Creates a senior citizen's property tax deferral
SB 0903 - Klindt - Increases the membership of the Northwest Missouri State University's Board of Regents from seven to nine
SB 0904 - Klindt - Exempts religious, charitable, and nonprofit organizations from food inspection laws in certain circumstances
SB 0905 - Klindt - Modifies state budgeting process
SB 0906 - House - Increases the current admission fees on gambling boats to fund public transit
SB 0907 - House - Raises various highway user fees and diverts money from state agencies to fund transportation projects
SB 0908 - Gibbons - Terminates the corporation franchise tax law
SB 0909 - Gibbons - Shifts burden of proof on tax credit disputes to Department of Revenue
SB 0910 - Gibbons - Allows abatement and prospective application of taxes in certain situations
SB 0911 - Foster - Allows retainage in private building contracts
SB 0912 - Mathewson - Extends business hours for qualified resorts in Miller, Morgan and Camden counties to sell liquor by the drink
SB 0913 - Rohrbach - Relating to the crime of promoting or providing a Mexican poker contest
SB 0914 - Jacob - Revises funding for various education programs by repealing gaming boat loss limit for a three-year period
SB 0915 - Westfall - Raises motor fuel tax and sales tax and diverts other revenues to fund transportation projects
SB 0916 - Dougherty - Modifies various court fees
SB 0917 - Dougherty - Allows the Division of Family Services to request license- exempt foster care facilities for reasons for exemption
SB 0918 - Klarich - Exempts displays of the U.S. flag from statutes and ordinances
SB 0919 - Klarich - Requires used motor vehicle dealers to attend 6-hour educational seminar in order to obtain or renew license
SB 0920 - Caskey - Makes rehabilitation services for the blind the Division of Rehabilitation Services for the Blind
SB 0921 - Sims - Prohibits transporting of hazardous materials in tunnels and on certain highways designated by highway commission
SB 0922 - Sims - Prohibits the possession of a firearm where a child is capable of gaining access to it
SB 0923 - Sims - Modifies various provisions relating to children and families
SB 0924 - Sims - Regulates not-for-profit corporations providing dental services
SB 0925 - Sims - Changes seat belt law from secondary enforcement to primary enforcement
SB 0926 - Kenney - Revises numerous provisions relating to the sale of motor vehicles and vessels
SB 0927 - Jacob - Creates a clothing and school supplies sales tax holiday
SB 0928 - Jacob - Exempts health club services from sales tax
SB 0929 - Stoll - Modifies the law relating to organ donation and procurement
SB 0930 - Stoll - Requires permit drivers to display sign bearing the words "PERMIT DRIVER" while operating a motor vehicle
SB 0931 - Klarich - Makes several changes regarding business and commerce
SB 0932 - Klarich - Clarifies the notice due to a tenant when the landlord sells the rented property
SB 0933 - Yeckel - Regulates the licensing of amusement machine operators
SB 0934 - Foster - Revises minimum salaries for public school teachers
SB 0935 - Foster - Alters the process by which teachers' certificates of license may be revoked
SB 0936 - Foster - Expands the list of offenses for which a pupil may be prohi- bited from participating in regular programs of instruction
SB 0937 - Foster - Allows school districts to suspend students who have been charged with a felony
SB 0938 - Cauthorn - Provides application and licensing requirements for carrying concealed weapons
SB 0939 - Wiggins - Creates a partial lump-sum option for KC police officers retirement system with persons over 26 years experience
SB 0940 - Wiggins - Creates new restrictions on payday loans
SB 0941 - DePasco - Allows owners of business property to appoint representative in matters involving drainage districts
SB 0942 - Schneider - Appeals of Public Service Commission orders shall go directly to the Court of Appeals
SB 0943 - Schneider - Requires state to pay for secondary health insurance coverage for certain public officials over the age of 65
SB 0944 - Goode - Increases sales tax by one quarter percent and puts a surcharge on corporate income to fund education
SB 0945 - Stoll - Extends the World War II medallion program from January 1, 2002, to July 1, 2003
SB 0946 - Jacob - Restricts big trucks to 65 mph on interstates and increases diesel fuel tax and other registration fees
SB 0947 - Klindt - Revises community colleges' property tax rates, capital improvement subdistricts, & MOHEFA direct deposit agreements
SB 0948 - Cauthorn - Requires disclosure of the transfer of human fetal parts for research purposes
SB 0949 - Bentley - Raises the admission fee for each person embarking on an excursion gambling boat from two dollars to four dollars
SB 0950 - Gibbons - Designates a portion of Interstate 44 as the "Henry Shaw Ozark Corridor"
SB 0951 - Loudon - Allows parents to refuse to immunize their children without providing certain justifications
SB 0952 - Loudon - Requires state to use lowest qualified bidder
SB 0953 - Loudon - Repeals the transferability of adoption tax credits
SB 0954 - Loudon - Modifies the definition of "totally unemployed" to include certain suspended workers
SB 0955 - Loudon - Limits reassessment of property values to the rate of inflation
SB 0956 - Loudon - Makes various technical changes to the law regarding casualty insurance
SB 0957 - Loudon - Creates Operation Enduring Freedom license plates & revises law on historic motor vehicle license plates
SB 0958 - Kinder - Limits the ability of the government to interfere with the exercise of religion
SB 0959 - Kenney - Director of Revenue may issue opinion whether certain invest ment corporations may use multistate income calculation
SB 0960 - Kenney - Creates the "God Bless America", "Pet Friendly" and "Air Medal" license plates
SB 0961 - Wiggins - Modifies provisions relating to the Kansas City police retirement system
SB 0962 - Wiggins - Allows Kansas City to designate Jackson county election authority as verification board for the city
SB 0963 - DePasco - Suspends all sales tax exemptions for two years with the exception of food, pharmaceuticals and related items
SB 0964 - DePasco - Allows cigarette retailers to participate in cigarette merchandising, advertising, display or promotion programs
SB 0965 - Stoll - Authorizes certain subpoena power for the board of pharmacy
SB 0966 - Kennedy - Creates the St. Louis College of Pharmacy special license plate
SB 0967 - Kennedy - Allows spouses or dependents of deceased retired officers & employees receiving a pension to purchase insurance
SB 0968 - Westfall - Repeals limit on aviation fuel tax and removes it from the sunset clause
SB 0969 - Westfall - Revises numerous provisions relating to the sex offender registry and other sex crimes
SB 0970 - Westfall - Raises the general sales tax for transportation purposes & revises numerous statutes relating to transportation
SB 0971 - Klindt - Requires risk assessment and cost-benefit analysis be prepared when certain environmental rules are promulgated
SB 0972 - Klindt - Expands tax credits to include new generation fuel processing entity
SB 0973 - Klindt - Creates the Missouri Biomass Technology Commission
SB 0974 - Childers - Eliminates the issuance of permits to haul lumber products and earth-moving equipment under fourteen feet in width
SB 0975 - Steelman - Creates a sales tax holiday for school supplies, clothing and computers for nine days in August
SB 0976 - Steelman - Requires one member of the state board of health to be a chiropractor
SB 0977 - Quick - Would create a $150,000 death benefit for public safety officers killed in the line of duty
SB 0978 - Kinder - Revises dram shop liability
SB 0979 - Singleton - Changes the name of MO Southern State College, MO Western State College and Southwest MO State University
SB 0980 - Singleton - Revises reciprocal licensing procedures for physical therapists
SB 0981 - Westfall - Prohibits insurers from using lack of an established credit history in denying or refusing to renew insurance
SB 0982 - Kennedy - Creates a tax credit for modifying a house to accommodate a disabled person
SB 0983 - Sims - Creates a Joint Committee on Terrorism, Bioterrorism, and Homeland Security
SB 0984 - Steelman - Revises various provisions relating to the Department of Natural Resources
SB 0985 - Steelman - Relates to bond authorization for water, sewer and stormwater projects
SB 0986 - Steelman - Allows the Missouri Commission for the Deaf to pay interpreter certification evaluators for their services
SB 0987 - Childers - Authorizes all political subdivisions in this state to create geographic information systems
SB 0988 - Caskey - Expands the Kansas City commercial zone to include the City of Harrisonville
SB 0989 - Caskey - Expands provisions of new property assessment provisions to include additional county
SB 0990 - Cauthorn - Creates "MO Qualified Biodiesel Producer Incentive Fund" to promote the production of Biodiesel fuel
SB 0991 - Kinder - Provides funding for the education of certain disabled students
SB 0992 - Johnson - Authorizes Buchanan County to seek a grant from the Contiguous Property Redevelopment Fund
SB 0993 - Rohrbach - Revises residency requirements for fire protection district directors & St. Louis police officers & revises bldg. codes
SB 0994 - Rohrbach - Creates Legal Consumer's Bill of Rights
SB 0995 - Rohrbach - Modifies law with respect to insurance companies purchasing and conveying real estate
SB 0996 - Quick - Authorizes county commissions to pay the salaries of deputy circuit clerks and division clerks
SB 0997 - Quick - Modifies duties of county collectors with respect to financial institutions
SB 0998 - Staples - Includes all personal property stored in a self-service storage facility in the lien and modifies sale provisions
SB 0999 - Rohrbach - Repeals boat sales tax exemption
SB 1000 - Dougherty - Increases state emergency health powers
SB 1001 - Mathewson - Requires all counties or St. Louis who participate in the sheriff retirement system to also fund the system
SB 1002 - Mathewson - Allows supervisor of liquor control to assess civil penalties for certain violations
SB 1003 - Steelman - Requires ambulance service owners to carry liability insurance to cover negligent care by their employees
SB 1004 - Loudon - Allows enrollees to obtain managed care document via the Internet
SB 1005 - Loudon - Deems a positive test for controlled substances or excessive blood alcohol content misconduct connected with work
SB 1006 - Loudon - Regarding prosecution of persons charged with theft or fraud ulent use of credit devices or credit in different venues
SB 1007 - Stoll - Changes name of the MO Board of Architects, Professional Engineers, Professional Land Surveyors & Landscape Architect
SB 1008 - Stoll - Streamlines the process and oversight of cleanups and encourages voluntary cleanup sites
SB 1009 - Rohrbach - Modifies the law on insurance company investments and modifies law regarding long-term care insurance
SB 1010 - Sims - Modifies regulation of horse racing and pari-mutuel wagering
SB 1011 - Caskey - Removes references to used tires from the waste tire law and sets emission limits for use of tire derived fuel
SB 1012 - Caskey - Extends the period of payments from 10 to 20 years on guaranteed energy cost savings contracts
SB 1013 - Steelman - Allows for transfers of generation of electrical corporations to an affiliated party
SB 1014 - Klindt - Adopts the Uniform Electronic Transactions Act
SB 1015 - Foster - Revises long-term contract provisions at state parks and creates Endowment Fund for Arrow Rock State Park
SB 1016 - Foster - Phases in the use of gasoline-oxygenate blend fuels
SB 1017 - Cauthorn - Expands transient guest tax to include Clark County
SB 1018 - Westfall - Expands "ticket price" to allow seller to recoup additional charges assessed without being guilty of scalping
SB 1019 - Stoll - Posting requirements regarding the use of pool tables
SB 1020 - Stoll - Allows a taxpayer to claim a portion of the federal earned income tax credit against their state tax liability
SB 1021 - Wiggins - Enacts the Revised Uniform Arbitration Act
SB 1022 - Rohrbach - Court shall determine punishment if jury is unable to decide in first degree murder trials
SB 1023 - Bentley - Changes economic development programs regarding distressed communities and small business investment tax credits
SB 1024 - Bentley - Requires physicians to maintain adequate and complete medical records for their patients
SB 1025 - Jacob - Prohibits erection of new billboards, except billboards under 100 square feet if allowed by local ordinance
SB 1026 - Kenney - Modifies provisions relating to insurance coverage for cancer treatment and other inherited diseases
SB 1027 - Kinder - Prohibits certain suits by political subdivisions and the state against firearm manufacturers and dealers
SB 1028 - Russell - Revises process for creation of law enforcement districts
SB 1029 - Sims - Modifies the certificate of need law
SB 1030 - Kennedy - Changes the custodian of the Statutory County Recorder's Fund
SB 1031 - Schneider - Expands the duties of the administrative hearing commission
SB 1032 - Childers - Allows the treasurer to contract with property locators to assist in locating owners of abandoned property
SB 1033 - Kennedy - Creates the public school beautification adoption program
SB 1034 - Kennedy - Mandates that all schools in Missouri receiving public moneys shall recite the Pledge of Allegiance
SB 1035 - Yeckel - Revises laws related to lobbyists, the Missouri Ethics Commission and campaign finance disclosure
SB 1036 - Yeckel - Extends a homestead assessment freeze to all property, except when it changes hands
SB 1037 - Singleton - Authorizes automated traffic enforcement programs
SB 1038 - DePasco - Prohibits the state from engaging in electronic commerce services which duplicate or compete with the private sector
SB 1039 - DePasco - Revises the composition and selection of the Kansas City housing commissioners
SB 1040 - Gibbons - Requires an approved plan of development for industrial development projects
SB 1041 - Russell - Authorizes conveyance of property owned by Dept. of Natural Resources to private ownership
SB 1042 - Bland - Dedicates additional revenue to the energy assistance program
SB 1043 - Bland - Designates Walt Disney Film Studio as a state historic site
SB 1044 - Bland - Requires health insurance policies to provide coverage for 24 hours of inpatient care following surgery
SB 1045 - Bland - Authorizes a 2-year tax free zone in Kansas City
SB 1046 - Gross - Changes operational control of the St. Louis International Airport
SB 1047 - Kenney - Revises the moratorium on the certificate of need expenditure minimum for new beds
SB 1048 - Kenney - Makes a technical correction to section 304.027 regarding the spinal cord injury fund
SB 1049 - Stoll - Specifies the annual leave accrual rate and options for excess accrued leave for Dept. of Transportation employees
SB 1050 - Foster - Applies standards to be utilized in determining the necessity of proposed school district boundary changes
SB 1051 - Foster - Alters the terms by which a school district may transfer moneys from the incidental fund to the capital projects fund
SB 1052 - Sims - Defines and regulates assisted living facilities in the state
SB 1053 - Bentley - Establishes pilot projects for the payment of incentives to early childhood education professionals
SB 1054 - Steelman - Relates to common sewer districts and sanitary sewer improvement subdistricts
SB 1055 - Cauthorn - Creates a grant program for the establishment of an umbilical cord blood bank
SB 1056 - Cauthorn - Requires informed consent at least twenty-four hours before an abortion
SB 1057 - Cauthorn - Limits a successor of asbestos-related liabilities of a domestic business corporation
SB 1058 - Childers - Exempts ticket sales for railway excursions that travel fewer than fifty miles from their origination
SB 1059 - Bentley - Generates numerous modifications to the state's education policy
SB 1060 - Westfall - Revises the fees collected by county collectors and treasurers ex officio collectors
SB 1061 - Rohrbach - Revises various insurance laws
SB 1062 - Rohrbach - Carriers that are certified as a Medicare + Choice organization or by NCQA or JCAHO are deemed network adequate
SB 1063 - Rohrbach - Requires coverage for clinical trials and modifies various provisions regarding health insurance
SB 1064 - Stoll - Mandates insurance coverage for maple syrup urine disease
SB 1065 - Staples - Makes various changes to the current billboard law
SB 1066 - Klindt - Allows certification programs for corrections officers
SB 1067 - Foster - Creates several funds and boards relating to agriculture
SB 1068 - Dougherty - Requires Dept. of Health & Sr. Services to provide child care facilities with a list of unsafe children's products
SB 1069 - Sims - Requires Medicaid eligibility & benefits for home- and community-based services to be equal to institutional care
SB 1070 - Gibbons - Allows Highway Patrol to provide information on persons registered under "Megan's Law"
SB 1071 - Klindt - Revises current weights and measures law
SB 1072 - Childers - Revises provisions relating to water permitting for aquaculture facilities
SB 1073 - Cauthorn - Allows credit for prior service for prosecuting or circuit attorneys serving as of August 28, 2002
SB 1074 - Goode - Increases the cigarette and tobacco products tax
SB 1075 - Caskey - Creates the Breimyer Center for Sustainable Food and Farming Systems
SB 1076 - DePasco - Authorizes pawnshop database for law enforcement purposes
SB 1077 - Klarich - Imposes additional fines and driver's license suspensions on persons failing to yield the right-of-way
SB 1078 - Kennedy - Changes the custodian of the Statutory County Recorder's Fund
SB 1079 - Bland - Lowers the maximum penalties consumers must pay for late payments on certain credit transactions
SB 1080 - Bland - Creates a braider classification requiring licensing by the Board of Cosmetology
SB 1081 - Bland - Establishes the Joint Committee on Health Care Policy and Planning
SB 1082 - Bland - Outlines minimum staffing requirements for skilled nursing facilities
SB 1083 - Russell - Revises law regarding operation of motorboats and requires i.d. cards to operate watercraft for certain individuals
SB 1084 - Stoll - Allows certain counties to enact a 1% sales tax for law enforcement purposes
SB 1085 - Yeckel - Creates a State Board of Naturopathic Medicine
SB 1086 - DePasco - Modifies nuisance laws for certain political subdivisions and laws regarding rehabilitation of abandoned buildings
SB 1087 - Gibbons - Revises certificate of need law and enacts a review certification procedure for acute care facilities
SB 1088 - Foster - Creates State Board of Auctioneers to oversee licensing of persons engaged in practice of auctioneering
SB 1089 - Goode - Creates a life sciences research program
SB 1090 - Loudon - Makes it illegal to install fake air bags in automobiles
SB 1091 - Loudon - Establishes the open contracting act for state and local public works projects
SB 1092 - Loudon - Expands authority of courts to set aside past convictions and expunge criminal records
SB 1093 - Loudon - Revises the process for the registration of historic motor vehicle plates
SB 1094 - Russell - Extends the sunset on the nursing facility reimbursement allowance and exempts PACE projects from HMO requirements
SB 1095 - Cauthorn - Creates the "Missouri Sheriff Methamphetamine Relief Team" (MoSMART)
SB 1096 - Kennedy - Exempts sales of coffins and the like from state sales and use tax
SB 1097 - Kennedy - Outlines procedures for the comanagement of patients by optometrists and ophthalmologists
SB 1098 - Steelman - Allows personal assistive mobility devises to be operated on streets, highways, sidewalks and bicycle paths
SB 1099 - Childers - Regulates businesses engaged in selling prearranged travel- or tourist-related services
SB 1100 - Childers - Creates the "Consumer Clean Energy Act"
SB 1101 - Kenney - Revises state treasurer investment policies and creates local government investment pool
SB 1102 - Westfall - Allows county prosecutors and circuit attorneys to prosecute nuisance cases
SB 1103 - Westfall - Makes the Missouri Fox Trotting Horse the official horse of Missouri
SB 1104 - Mathewson - Prevents carried-back tax credits from accruing interest from prior taxable years
SB 1105 - Loudon - Excludes from compensation personal health conditions, injury from idiopathic causes and preexisting conditions
SB 1106 - Klarich - Modifies provisions related to inspection of credit unions and terms of office for credit union commission members
SB 1107 - Childers - Revises laws relating to ambulance districts, fire protection districts and ambulance services
SB 1108 - Kennedy - Creates St. Louis Regional Taxicab Commission
SB 1109 - Yeckel - Requires department of revenue to issue information regarding driving while intoxicated to 1st time licensees
SB 1110 - Steelman - Requires landlords to permit equal access for telecommunica- tions and cable providers in certain circumstances
SB 1111 - Quick - Extends the sunset for the Children's Health Insurance Program to July 1, 2007
SB 1112 - Caskey - Enacts various provisions relating to terrorism
SB 1113 - Caskey - Revises law related to coroner's inquests
SB 1114 - Singleton - Provides for the joint election of governor & lt. governor
SB 1115 - Dougherty - Creates the crimes of "luring a child" and "enticing a child"
SB 1116 - Dougherty - Allows PSC to consider ability to pay as a factor in setting rates
SB 1117 - Dougherty - Revises economic development programs regarding distressed communities and small business investment tax credits
SB 1118 - Loudon - Prohibits elected and appointed officials from appearing in televised commercials or advertisements paid by state funds
SB 1119 - Johnson - Authorizes Office of Administration to provide security guards at state-owned or leased buildings
SB 1120 - Yeckel - Regulates committees organized to influence congressional apportionment
SB 1121 - Yeckel - Revises certain campaign finance requirements
SB 1122 - Foster - Provides application and licensing requirements for carrying concealed weapons
SB 1123 - Staples - Modifies various watercraft laws regarding water patrol duties and watercraft violations
SB 1124 - Dougherty - Authorizes the governor to convey certain property in the city of St. Louis
SB 1125 - Steelman - Prohibits health carriers from changing health services codes without the permission of the physician
SB 1126 - Quick - Authorizes the City of Excelsior Springs to order removal of weeds and trash
SB 1127 - Johnson - Revises the procedures for dispersing funds from the Division of Tourism Supplemental Revenue Fund
SB 1128 - Johnson - Authorizes Clay County to submit a hotel tax to a vote of the people
SB 1129 - Johnson - Allows for collection of fee on car rentals for economic development
SB 1130 - House - Authorizes the General Assembly to intervene in courts under certain circumstances
SB 1131 - Gibbons - Revises requirements for joint municipal utility commissions and projects
SB 1132 - Kennedy - Authorizes the recorder of deeds in the city of St. Louis to be named the local registrar for birth and death records
SB 1133 - Gross - Revises provisions of MOSERS and Highway Employees and High- way Patrol Retirement Systems and the Judicial Plan
SB 1134 - Yeckel - Creates a stamp tax on controlled substances
SB 1135 - Yeckel - Requires informed consent by a woman before the performance of an abortion
SB 1136 - Bentley - Alters definitions concerning the state school funding formula
SB 1137 - Bentley - Allows electronic creation and access to birth and death records
SB 1138 - Childers - Allows ambulance and fire protection districts to impose sales tax and subsequent property tax rate decrease
SB 1139 - Sims - Modifies certain provisions of the child labor laws
SB 1140 - Rohrbach - Expands the purpose of the department of health and senior services document services fund
SB 1141 - Bland - Requires parity between insurance coverage for mental health services and other health care services
SB 1142 - Jacob - Modifies the closing of criminal records
SB 1143 - Jacob - Modifies state auditor duties regarding bonds
SB 1144 - Dougherty - Modifies provisions of the air conservation statutes relating to enacting stricter standards than the EPA
SB 1145 - Schneider - Modifies the regulation and supervision of physician assistants
SB 1146 - Schneider - Defines and regulates assisted living facilities in the state
SB 1147 - Kennedy - Regulates the making of high-cost home loans
SB 1148 - Yeckel - Creates the state property preservation fund
SB 1149 - Singleton - Adds a tax on the sale of certain tobacco products and creates the "Fund for Lifelong Health"
SB 1150 - Kinder - Limits state agency contracts for legal services
SB 1151 - Kinder - Expands purposes for which certain local tourism taxes can be used
SB 1152 - Klarich - Modifies various aspects of court administration
SB 1153 - Gibbons - Creates a flat tax on individual income
SB 1154 - Gibbons - Creates the simplified sales and use tax administration
SB 1155 - Gibbons - Limits inmates from providing laundry services for any person or agency other than correctional facilities
SB 1156 - Steelman - Requires insurers to provide coverage for hearing aids for individuals age 65 and older and children
SB 1157 - Klindt - Makes information collected in the course of an insurance compliance audit privileged under certain conditions
SB 1158 - Rohrbach - Clarifies classification of nonresident professional athletes for income tax purposes
SB 1159 - Rohrbach - Revises leave time and compensation policies for correction officers
SB 1160 - Sims - Requires the use of national medical support notice to enforce health benefit plan coverage in child support orders
SB 1161 - Rohrbach - Requires the department of corrections to formulate two new corrections officer classifications
SB 1162 - Wiggins - Authorizes an appropriation for the Kansas and Missouri Metropolitan Cultural District
SB 1163 - Steelman - Clarifies provisions in the air emissions banking and trading program
SB 1164 - Coleman - Creates the Sports Center Redevelopment Authority Act
SB 1165 - Mathewson - Creates the "Pesticide Project Fund"
SB 1166 - DePasco - Creates the Missouri Chimney Safety Act
SB 1167 - Gibbons - Allows fire protection districts to be reimbursed for emergency services in municipal redevelopment areas
SB 1168 - Russell - Authorizes the conveyance of a clear zone easement to the city of Lebanon and the conveyance of certain state property
SB 1169 - Childers - Makes the Robinson-Patman Price Discrimination Act enforceable in state courts
SB 1170 - Childers - Creates the Public Counsel Fund
SB 1171 - House - Prohibits the disclosure of nonpublic health information
SB 1172 - Yeckel - Modifies child abuse investigation procedures that involve a school or child care facility
SB 1173 - Yeckel - Requires income tax to be withheld by Missouri venues where professional entertainers perform
SB 1174 - Steelman - Allows consumers with at least 50 employers to file a rate complaint with the Public Service Commission
SB 1175 - Kennedy - Requires certain elder care facilities to provide influenza and pneumonia immunizations to elderly residents
SB 1176 - Loudon - Authorizes the University of Missouri-Columbia to study gambling in Missouri
SB 1177 - Coleman - Creates a tax credit for home-based child care
SB 1178 - Kinder - Restricts gaming commission from authorizing new types of gaming or wagering after January 1, 2002
SB 1179 - Caskey - Allows the Cole Co. Salary Commission to increase the salary of treasurer to equal the salary of public administrator
SB 1180 - Jacob - Modifies various provisions relating to long-term care insurance
SB 1181 - Coleman - Expands first degree property damage to include damage to a motor vehicle while breaking in to steal
SB 1182 - Singleton - Modifies the law relating to health care professionals under the State Board of Registration for the Healing Arts
SB 1183 - Bentley - Allows public schools to establish family literacy programs
SB 1184 - Steelman - Requires further accountability of first responders and emergency medical technicians
SB 1185 - Kenney - Limits frequency of drawings and selections in lottery games
SB 1186 - Kenney - Revises power of political subdivisions to impose surcharges and provide telecommunication services and facilities
SB 1187 - Kennedy - Creates licensure requirements for private investigators
SB 1188 - Klindt - Creates the crime of enticement of a child
SB 1189 - Westfall - Allows Kingdom of Calontir and the Missouri Civil War Reenactors Association members to receive license plates
SB 1190 - Schneider - Exempts continuing care retirement communities from the certificate of need law
SB 1191 - Jacob - Creates MO Tobacco Settlement Auth. which may issue bonds to be repaid w/net tobacco settlement agreement recoveries
SB 1192 - Gross - Modifies grandparent visitation provisions
SB 1193 - Caskey - Establishes a district attorney system
SB 1194 - Klarich - Creates the basic civil legal services fund
SB 1195 - Steelman - Allows counties to create a County Crime Reduction Fund for narcotics investigation and law enforcement equipment
SB 1196 - Kennedy - Suspends registration license and driver's license for failure to pay certain traffic fines
SB 1197 - Gibbons - Reinstates the Dead Man's Act which prohibits introduction of statement from deceased person in trials
SB 1198 - Gibbons - Exempts diabetic medical supplies from local sales taxes
SB 1199 - Foster - Designates various portions of highways as the Sergeant Randy Sullivan Memorial Highway and Ozark Mills Country
SB 1200 - Foster - Makes various revisions, including a change in name, to the state Highways and Transportation Commission
SB 1201 - Foster - Provides for contract provisions in purchase agreements for genetically enhanced seed
SB 1202 - Westfall - Transfers various powers to the Department of Transportation to implement Governor's Executive Order
SB 1203 - Yeckel - Creates a tax exemption for property leased or transferred by certain interstate compact agencies
SB 1204 - Yeckel - Creates the Missouri Medical Malpractice Joint Underwriting Association
SB 1205 - Yeckel - Creates the Small Business Regulatory Fairness Board to serve as liaison between agencies and small businesses
SB 1206 - Bentley - Grants the state board of education authority to lapse certain provisionally accredited school districts
SB 1207 - Bentley - Requires the state board of registration for the healing arts to accept continuing medical education on autism
SB 1208 - Dougherty - Includes certain highways in the City of St. Louis to be considered part of the state highway system
SB 1209 - Goode - Revises PSC provisions regarding appointment of commissioners; ex parte communications & employees of PSC
SB 1210 - Johnson - Permits a hotel tax to be submitted to a vote in certain locations
SB 1211 - Coleman - Relieves certain crime victims of the requirement to pay court costs for protective orders & charges against offender
SB 1212 - Mathewson - Allows college students called into military service to qualify for tuition refunds & incomplete grades
SB 1213 - Mathewson - Requires railroad policemen to be commissioned
SB 1214 - Westfall - Removes Department of Health from dairy inspection
SB 1215 - Bland - Limits insurers' use of credit in their underwriting process and establishes restrictions on termination of insurance
SB 1216 - Bland - Requires persons guilty of boating while intoxicated to complete the SATOP program
SB 1217 - Coleman - Clarifies the deadline for personal property tax returns
SB 1218 - Coleman - Modifies time for election authority to complete verification of initiative or referendum petition signatures
SB 1219 - Singleton - Creates the Missouri Tobacco Settlement for Healthy Families Trust Fund
SB 1220 - Sims - Requires criminal history check for certain persons related to the gaming industry, & state gaming & lottery commissions
SB 1221 - Stoll - Creates the Missouri Sunset Act
SB 1222 - Jacob - Creates the "Video Gaming Machine Network" to generate revenue for higher education
SB 1223 - Jacob - Allows certain part-time employees to receive creditable service from the public school retirement system
SB 1224 - Coleman - Establishes the Parental Child Support Responsibility Program
SB 1225 - Bentley - Extends the taxation of nonresident professional athletes & entertainers to 2015
SB 1226 - Kennedy - Revises the regulation and licensing of professional addiction counselors
SB 1227 - Rohrbach - Limits the value of such real estate purchased by insurance companies to 20% of their capital and surplus
SB 1228 - Sims - Mandates coverage for fertility medications and requires insurers to offer coverage for other infertility services
SB 1229 - Gibbons - Alters definitions concerning Charles Gallagher Financial Awards and the nursing student loan program
SB 1230 - Gibbons - Modifies provisions relating to air ambulance services
SB 1231 - Gibbons - Reimburses fire protection and emergency services districts from the special allocation fund
SB 1232 - Singleton - Authorizes voter petition to dissolve road district in Jasper County
SB 1233 - Yeckel - Makes various changes to the charter school laws
SB 1234 - Bland - Allows the PSC to consider the ability to pay as factor in setting utility rates and establishes a low-income program
SB 1235 - Bland - Allows the PSC to refund ratepayers for unauthorized use charges, penalties & refunds from pipelines after hearing
SB 1237 - Stoll - Establishes the "Missouri Statewide Initiative for Scientific Education Enhancement" (MOSISE)
SB 1238 - Goode - Creates a tax and a credit for retail pharmacies to provide additional funding for the Medicaid pharmacy program
SB 1239 - Klindt - Creates the Missouri Regional Computer Forensic Lab
SB 1240 - Steelman - Requires the division of medical services to annually recalculate the Medicaid nursing home reimbursement amount
SB 1241 - Coleman - Allows persons to receive various specialized license plates and limits certain organizations from sponsoring plates
SB 1242 - Gibbons - Implements a cap on sales taxes levied by counties and municipalities
SB 1243 - Johnson - Changes term innkeeper to lodging establishment and changes posting of notice requirements for lodging establishments
SB 1244 - Bland - Allows the continuation of a newborn hearing screening from a transferring facility to a receiving facility
SB 1245 - Jacob - Prohibits new construction of billboards along certain highways and the cutting of trees along the highways
SB 1246 - Yeckel - Provides that alternate assessments may be given to special education students
SB 1247 - Quick - Requires the Kansas City Firefighters Pension Fund to recognize domestic relations orders
SB 1248 - Mathewson - Modifies various provisions related to collection and refund procedures of sales and income taxes
SB 1249 - Mathewson - Requires additional information regarding department of economic development contracts for financial assistance
SB 1250 - Yeckel - Establishes an alternative teacher certification program
SB 1251 - Gibbons - Allows for designation of next of kin
SB 1252 - Bland - Modifies various aspects of the criminal justice system
SB 1253 - Coleman - Persons may receive Delta Sigma Theta or Omega Psi Phi Greek organization license plates after contributing to such org.
SB 1254 - Steelman - Creates enterprise zones in certain locations
SB 1255 - Steelman - Revises process for addressing issues in public construction contracts
SB 1256 - Steelman - Teacher education students employed for at least 2 years as teacher assistants may bypass student teaching requirement
SB 1257 - Loudon - Imposes civil liability on any person violating Missouri's informed consent law for abortion
SB 1258 - Loudon - Limits the state's allowable fees for processing adoption documents to $100
SB 1259 - Loudon - Creates a food recovery program to provide food to needy persons
SB 1260 - Loudon - Requires the office of administration to include certain products in the cafeteria plan for state employees
SB 1261 - Dougherty - Authorizes St. Louis to abate the property owner's dwelling at the owner's expense for exceeding certain lead levels
SB 1262 - Kenney - Allows certification or licensure of the practice of naturopathic medicine
SB 1263 - Kenney - Regulates competition between public and private providers of cable television services
SB 1264 - Kenney - Eliminates lienholder possession on certificates of title
SB 1265 - Kenney - Creates enforcement provisions to prohibit sale of tobacco products to minors
SB 1266 - Kenney - Creates felony for sale or distribution of gray market cigarettes
SB 1267 - Westfall - Allows contracts involving multiple political subdivisions located in 3 or more counties to be filed with Sec. of state
SB 1268 - Westfall - Requires applicant to file statements rather than affidavits when applying for motor vehicle registrations
SB 1269 - Cauthorn - Revises laws relating to contracts of farm equipment
SB 1270 - Klindt - Designates the portion of U.S. Highway 136 in Harrison County as the "Babe Adams Highway"
SB 1271 - Klindt - Bonds, notes or other evidence of indebtedness issued by any housing authority shall be sold at public sale
SB 1272 - Klindt - Bans fuels mixed with MTBE
SB 1273 - Goode - Allows water corporations to bill for security costs
SB 1274 - Gibbons - Modifies procedures for reassessment of property
SB 1275 - Gibbons - Modifies procedures for levying property taxes
SB 1276 - Gibbons - Provides option for judicial review if board of arbitrators renders negative decision regarding school dist. boundaries
SB 1277 - Caskey - Allows for crediting and transfers of creditable service in certain situations for judges
SB 1278 - Bland - First degree and second degree arson shall be class A felonies if perpetrated as a hate crime
SB 1279 - Kinder - Creates several community development projects
SB 1280 - Rohrbach - Expands the applicability of the emergency powers of the governor to acts of bioterrorism
SB 1281 - Russell - Supplemental appropriation
SCR 035 - Stoll - Relating to Medicare reimbursements
SCR 036 - Bentley - Continuation of the Joint Interim Committee on Education Funding
SCR 037 - Dougherty - Relating to the availability of oral cancer medications on the federal level
SCR 038 - Klarich - Relating to Joint Committee on Administrative Rules
SCR 039 - Caskey - Recognizing the Northern Cherokee Indian People of Missouri
SCR 040 - Sims - Urges the Governor to appoint a task force to develop plans that will help keep the Ford-Hazelwood Plant open
SCR 041 - Rohrbach - Establishes the Joint Interim Committee on Primary Care Workplace Adequacy
SCR 042 - Klindt - Urges the General Assembly to designate "Menfro soil" as the official state soil of Missouri
SCR 043 - Loudon - Requests the state of Illinois to enact legislation that requires parental consent to obtain an abortion
SCR 044 - Cauthorn - Urges Congress to authorize funding for modernization of lock and dam infrastructure
SCR 045 - Gross - Relating to student prayer in schools
SCR 046 - Dougherty - Relating to the TANF Reauthorization Act of 2001
SCR 047 - Childers - Creates the Poultry Industry Committee to study the impact of the poultry industry on the state environment and economy
SCR 048 - Sims - Opposes the increase in Corporate Average Fuel Economy (CAFE)
SCR 049 - Rohrbach - Authorizes the Revisor of Statutes to print and bind copies of the session laws with indexing
SCR 050 - Bentley - Relating to proposed budget cuts to the Division of Tourism
SCR 051 - Mathewson - Relating to the Missouri Veterans' Commission Capital Improvement Trust Fund
SCR 052 - Kennedy - Relating to Customs Harmonization Pilot Project
SCR 053 - Cauthorn - Establishes a Joint Committee to analyze the child abuse and neglect hotline system
SCR 054 - Sims - Relating to March as Women's History Month
SCR 055 - Steelman - Proclaims the city of Cuba as "Route 66 City of Murals"
SCR 056 - Cauthorn - Encourages the USDA Animal & Plant Inspection Service to develop a permanent electronic ID program for livestock
SCR 057 - Steelman - Establishes the Joint Legislative Committee on Utility Regulation and Infrastructure Investment
SCR 058 - Klarich - Disapproves Rule 20 CSR 5006.700 and requires the Dept. of Insurance to promulgate rules regarding reimbursement of MCO
SCR 059 - Steelman - Urges Major League Baseball & its Players to address serious problems existing within professional baseball
SCR 060 - Kennedy - Relates to information technology
SCR 061 - Mathewson - Relating to the Budget Reserve Fund
SCR 062 - Mathewson - Relating to the Master Settlement Agreement
SCR 063 - Bland - Establishes the Laugh-O-Gram Studio Building in Kansas City as a state historical site
SCR 064 - Caskey - School districts to implement comprehensive vision screening to be performed on kindergarten children
SCR 065 - Loudon - Urges Congress to provide for a limited backstop for insurance against terrorism
SCR 066 - Loudon - Relating to a comprehensive study of pathological or serious problem gambling issues
SCR 067 - Caskey - Relating to direct broadcast satellite services
SCR 068 - Mathewson - Relating to state employee health insurance coverage
SCR 069 - Schneider - Province of Villa Clara / Sister-state relationship with MO
SCR 070 - Singleton - Relating to an increase in the tax upon the sale of cigarettes and other tobacco products
SCR 071 - Singleton - Relating to a state employee pay raise
SCR 072 - Bland - Establishes a planning commission for the Kansas City School District
SCR 073 - Bland - After school activities & summer programs for Public School Systems
SCR 074 - Childers - Renames the conference center at Roaring River State Park the Emory Melton Inn and Conference Center
SCR 075 - Singleton - Urges the Governor to name the month of May as "Hispanic Cultural Month"
SCR 076 - Mathewson - Relating to the legislative expenditures
SJR 022 - Schneider - Revises term limits for members of the General Assembly
SJR 023 - Singleton - Provides for joint election of candidates for Lt. Governor and Governor
SJR 024 - Johnson - Revises term limits to exclude certain partial terms of service in the General Assembly
SJR 025 - Klarich - Removes authorization for political subdivisions to revise tax levies to adjust for inflation
SJR 026 - Klarich - Allows legislature to provide funds to the Road Fund, not less than 5% of state revenue, whenever it is deficient
SJR 027 - Yeckel - Allows approval of school bond issues by simple majority
SJR 028 - Bland - Ratifies the United States Equal Rights Amendment
SJR 029 - Gross - Voters shall determine whether tobacco proceeds are included in or excluded from total state revenues
SJR 030 - Cauthorn - Would allow school districts private school pupils transportation
SJR 031 - Gross - Voters shall determine whether tobacco proceeds are included in or excluded from total state revenues
SJR 032 - House - Modifies constitution to allow gambling boat admission fees to be used for public transit purposes
SJR 033 - Loudon - Allows the commission to study, fund, design, acquire, construct, maintain and operate toll facilities
SJR 034 - Gibbons - Allows joint boards and commissions to own, operate, and issue bonds for joint municipal utility projects
SJR 035 - Jacob - Repeals legislative term limits
SJR 036 - Jacob - Creates a fund to hold excess revenue of the state
SJR 037 - Klindt - Authorizes the Department of Transportation to engage in toll road construction and feasibility studies
SJR 038 - Cauthorn - Would require the conservation sales tax to be resubmitted to the voters every four years
SJR 039 - Gross - Exempts property owned by veterans' organizations from property taxation
SJR 040 - Westfall - Revises constitution to provide additional funds for trans- portation and revises funding formula for certain entities
SR 0863 - Kenney - Temporary Senate Rules
SR 0864 - Kenney - Senate Duly Convened
SR 0865 - Staples - Relating to the Senate Chamber
SR 0877 - Kenney - Temporary Senate Rules
SR 0879 - Jacob - Notice of Proposed Rule Change - Rule 97
SR 0881 - Schneider - Notice of Proposed Rule Change - Rule 97
SR 0908 - Steelman - Notice of Proposed Rule Change - Rule 93
SR 0913 - Kenney - Employee Resolution
SR 0951 - Rohrbach - Relating to use of the Senate Chamber
SR 0969 - Sims - Use of the Senate Chamber by the Girl Scouts-Heart of Missouri Council
SR 0978 - Rohrbach - Use of Senate Chamber by the Jefferson City Downtown Rotary Club - March 25, 2002
SR 1023 - Caskey - Req. Senate Com. on Rules, Joint Rules, Resolutions & Ethics to conduct a hearing on financial interest of cert. staff
SR 1026 - Jacob - Notice of Proposed Rule Change - Rule 10
SR 1028 - Schneider - Notice of Proposed Rule Change - Rule 50
SR 1054 - Singleton - Changes Rule 28 subsection 19 - Committee on State Budget Control
SR 1058 - Rohrbach - Use of Senate Chamber by the Silver Haired Legislature
SR 1109 - Caskey - Urges Congress to fully fund literacy programs as provided by "Reading First" legislation
SR 1122 - Klindt - Relating to federal government proposals that would negatively impact the lower Missouri & Mississippi Rivers
SR 1123 - Jacob - Relating to use of the Senate chamber by the Missouri Girls state on June 25, 2002
SR 1552 - Loudon - Discourages events that are dangerous to the public health and welfare
SR 1583 - Klindt - Relates to Senate procedures on Appropriations bills
SR 1602 - Klarich - Notice of Proposed Rule Change - Rule 93
SR 1624 - Klarich - Relating to naming a permanent Senate Administrator
SR 1712 - Caskey - Urges the McDonald's Corporation to exclusively utilize the US Beef Industry and use only 100% American beef
SR 1719 - Gross - Establishes the Select Committee on the Regional Control of the Lambert-St. Louis International Airport
SR 1805 - Schneider - Directs the Division of Design and Construction to restore the traditional seating arrangement to the Senate Chamber
SR 1812 - Schneider - Urges the Missouri Bar Association to raise dues
SRB1236 - Rohrbach - Repeals obsolete and expired sections of law
SREM 01 - Caskey - MoDOT purchased Toyota vehicles in apparent violation of the Domestic Product Procurement Act