Missouri State Senate
2004 Senate Bills

SB 0700 - Russell - Creates an enterprise zone in Laclede County
SB 0701 - Russell - Exempts public employees from union membership, prohibits payroll deductions and requirement of service fees
SB 0702 - Russell - Requires University of Missouri board of curators to make policy decisions by means of a roll-call vote
SB 0703 - Caskey - Requires bond to be posted in certain circumstances before a petition for modification of child custody can be filed
SB 0704 - Caskey - Allows certain DWI offenders to receive hardship licenses after serving 90 days of the revocation period
SB 0705 - Caskey - Requires insurers to provide coverage for hearing aids for children
SB 0706 - Mathewson - Enacts various medical malpractice measures
SB 0707 - Mathewson - Repeals loss limits and raises the AGR tax on certain gaming boats
SB 0708 - Mathewson - Requires imposition of recoupment fees
SB 0709 - Goode - Creates a senior property tax deferral program
SB 0710 - Goode - Modifies the passenger seat belt laws and prohibits installation of fraudulent or defective airbags
SB 0711 - Goode - Adds provisions concerning job creation and fiscal accountability for economic development programs
SB 0712 - Quick - Creates a $150,000 death benefit for public safety officers killed in the line of duty
SB 0713 - Quick - Eliminates the death penalty
SB 0714 - Kinder - Renames Southwest Missouri State University as "Missouri State University"
SB 0715 - Childers - Changes and creates provisions relating to counties
SB 0716 - Childers - Rewards engineer designs below a per capita cost projects
SB 0717 - Childers - Creates a Legislative Academy within the General Assembly
SB 0718 - Yeckel - Creates the Small Business Regulatory Fairness Board to serve as liaison between agencies and small businesses
SB 0719 - Yeckel - Creates the Missouri Medical Malpractice Joint Underwriting Association
SB 0720 - Yeckel - Allows a tax deduction for those who contribute to medical savings accounts
SB 0721 - Jacob - Repeals loss limit; creates educ. job retraining fund; redirects increases in gaming proceeds for education fund
SB 0722 - Jacob - Increases length of revocation periods and amount of liability insurance that must be carried by certain drivers
SB 0723 - Jacob - Establishes faculty representatives on the governing boards of state colleges and universities
SB 0724 - Bland - Establishes accreditation of charter schools
SB 0725 - Bland - Lowers the age for jury duty from 21 to 18; excuses certain students
SB 0726 - Bland - Creates a commission to study the death penalty and imposes a temporary moratorium on executions
SB 0727 - Steelman - Enacts various civil liability reforms
SB 0728 - Steelman - Creates a tax credit for 10% of contributions to health reimbursement arrangements
SB 0729 - Steelman - Requires the Division of Medical Services to annually recalculate the Medicaid nursing home reimbursement amount
SB 0730 - Gross - Creates the Missouri Homestead Preservation Act
SB 0731 - Gross - Exempts contractors from paying sales taxes on materials used in Department of Transportation projects
SB 0732 - Gross - States the duties of the Metropolitan Park and Recreation System
SB 0733 - Foster - Asserts that the contract for any vocational agriculture teacher shall be a twelve-month contract
SB 0734 - Foster - Refines various provisions of employment security
SB 0735 - Foster - Establishes the Missouri State Park Board
SB 0736 - Loudon - Establishes the Open Contracting Act for state and local public works projects
SB 0737 - Loudon - Refines various provisions of employment security
SB 0738 - Loudon - Modifies laws relating to abortion services
SB 0739 - Klindt - Requires DNR to provide an impact statement on rules and state the reasons for denial of permits
SB 0740 - Klindt - Modifies various sections pertaining to agriculture programs
SB 0741 - Klindt - Broadens the purpose of the Natural Resources Protection Fund
SB 0742 - Cauthorn - Broadens disqualifying misconduct in employment law by including conduct outside of work
SB 0743 - Cauthorn - Allows individuals to prospectively waive the protections of the Workers' Compensation Law for religious reasons
SB 0744 - Cauthorn - Exempts motorcyclists who are age 21 or older from wearing a helmet when operating a motorcycle or motortricycle
SB 0745 - Dougherty - Modifies various provisions regarding foster care and protective services for children
SB 0746 - Dougherty - Modifies various provisions relating to lead abatement
SB 0747 - Dougherty - Prohibits use of genetic information and testing for insurance purposes
SB 0748 - Kennedy - Requires that amateur radio license plates contain the words "AMATEUR RADIO" in place of the words "SHOW-ME-STATE"
SB 0749 - Kennedy - Recognizes "registered nurse first assistants" and authorizes certification by the Board of Nursing
SB 0750 - Kennedy - Creates licensure requirements for private investigators
SB 0751 - Coleman - Modifies the law relating to lead abatement
SB 0752 - Coleman - Expands first degree property damage to include damage to a motor vehicle while breaking in to steal
SB 0753 - Coleman - Creates the mobile home landlord and tenant rights act
SB 0754 - Vogel - Creates the Exhibition Center and Recreational Facility District Act
SB 0755 - Shields - Renames Missouri Western State College as Missouri Western State University
SB 0756 - Shields - Establishes a small business health insurance tax credit program
SB 0757 - Shields - Modifies the law for "driveaway operation" and extends the area of operation for certain motor vehicles
SB 0758 - Griesheimer - Enables certain cities to submit a guest tax to a vote of the people
SB 0759 - Griesheimer - Extends the waste tire collection fee from 2004 to 2014
SB 0760 - Griesheimer - Requires all railroads to establish a suitable stopping place or depot in Eureka, Missouri
SB 0761 - Champion - Renames Southwest Missouri State University as Missouri State University
SB 0762 - Champion - Modifies various provisions relating to foster care and protective services for children
SB 0763 - Bartle - Limits certificate of need to only long-term care facilities
SB 0764 - Bartle - Alters the foundation formula by completely removing line 1(b) calculation
SB 0765 - Bartle - Prohibits individuals from engaging in or using public funds and facilities for human cloning
SB 0766 - Clemens - Allows members of the Missouri Foxtrotting Horse Breeding Association to obtain specialized license plates
SB 0767 - Clemens - Designates the portion of Interstate 44 within Webster County the Edwin P. Hubble Memorial Highway
SB 0768 - Nodler - Articulates new qualifications for the board of governors of Missouri Southern State University-Joplin
SB 0769 - Nodler - Establishes the procedures for disincorporation of a road district in Jasper County
SB 0770 - Nodler - Removes a portion of I-44 from the designation of George Washington Carver Memorial Highway
SB 0771 - Bray - Allows operators of low-speed vehicles to use public highways and modifies commercial zone boundaries
SB 0772 - Bray - Allows certain motor vehicles that stop to load or unload passengers to use alternately flashing warning signals
SB 0773 - Bray - Modifies law regarding residential property insurance
SB 0774 - Wheeler - Establishes the lifetime home grant program which is funded by an additional $1 fee on real estate instruments
SB 0775 - Wheeler - Creates the Missouri Office of Pharmaceutical Reporting
SB 0776 - Wheeler - Authorizes the Bureau of Communicable Diseases to monitor epidemiological studies for suspected bioterrorist agents
SB 0777 - Russell - Places an aggregate cap on all tax credits and establishes a commission to allocate the credits
SB 0778 - Russell - Modifies the historic preservation tax credit
SB 0779 - Russell - Prohibits the issuance of special overwidth permits for manufactured homes in certain circumstances
SB 0780 - Caskey - Freezes tuition rates from the time Missouri undergraduates enter college until they graduate
SB 0781 - Caskey - Modifies judge disqualification in witness immunity applications
SB 0782 - Caskey - Requires county treasurers to designate an individual to act on his or her behalf if incapacitated
SB 0783 - Mathewson - Changes qualifications for member composition for the State Fair Commission
SB 0784 - Goode - Allows counties or St. Louis City to submit to the voters a tax that would fund wireless 911 services
SB 0785 - Goode - Creates the Invasive Species Council
SB 0786 - Goode - Regulates unsolicited commercial electronic mail
SB 0787 - Childers - Requires countywide election approving gambling boats in cities
SB 0788 - Childers - Exempts persons operating fire equipment during non-emergency functions from possessing a CDL
SB 0789 - Childers - Modifies the classification of counties
SB 0790 - Yeckel - Modifies the penalty for physicians who perform abortions
SB 0791 - Yeckel - Allows a tax credit for persons who contribute to pregnancy resource centers
SB 0792 - Yeckel - Extends a homestead assessment freeze to all property, except when it changes hands
SB 0793 - Jacob - Revises provisions for sealing and closing of court records
SB 0794 - Jacob - Exempts health club services from sales tax
SB 0795 - Bland - Establishes the "Missouri Universal Health Assurance Program" to provide health care benefits to all MO citizens
SB 0796 - Bland - Establishes coordinated health program board to prevent student obesity, cardiovascular disease, type II diabetes
SB 0797 - Bland - Authorizes a two-year tax free zone in Kansas City
SB 0798 - Steelman - Creates the Respect Life license plate and establishes a fund to promote alternatives to abortion
SB 0799 - Steelman - Requires the state registrar to issue a certification of stillbirth
SB 0800 - Steelman - Creates a one dollar check-off for the ALS Lou Gehrig's Disease Fund
SB 0801 - Gross - Exempts premises owners from lawsuits for past due sewer bills incurred by occupants of the premises
SB 0802 - Gross - Sets out requirements for obtaining a warrant by telephone
SB 0803 - Gross - Enables the Children's Division to meet with children in school unless the abuse is alleged to have occurred there
SB 0804 - Foster - Modifies provision relating to Alzheimer's Demonstration Projects
SB 0805 - Loudon - Establishes mandated health benefit review commission and eliminates certain mandates from health policies
SB 0806 - Loudon - Removes the aggregate cap for the adoption tax credit program
SB 0807 - Loudon - Authorizes special motion to dismiss in Strategic Litigation Against Public Participation (SLAPP)
SB 0808 - Klindt - Establishes the Missouri Biomass Technology Commission
SB 0809 - Klindt - Makes information collected in the course of an insurance compliance audit privileged information
SB 0810 - Klindt - Allows immunity from civil liability for certain landowners owning land adjoining public trails
SB 0811 - Cauthorn - Exempts pension and retirement income of seniors from state income tax
SB 0812 - Cauthorn - Specifies that sales at prison stores are subject to sales tax
SB 0813 - Cauthorn - Allows participation in FFA, FHA, FCCLA, 4-H, & State Fair competition to count as attendance for purpose of state aid
SB 0814 - Dougherty - Increases the number of one-year, renewable scholarships for minority students
SB 0815 - Dougherty - Allows the Department of Health to investigate complaints of air quality in public schools
SB 0816 - Dougherty - Allows foster children to receive a tuition and fee waiver to state-funded colleges or universities
SB 0817 - Kennedy - Creates the Board of Counselors and Therapists
SB 0818 - Coleman - Modifies the definition of "prostitution-related offense"
SB 0819 - Coleman - Allows courts to order convicted persons to pay costs associated with prostitution-related arrests
SB 0820 - Coleman - Requires law enforcement officers to provide specified notice before administering portable chemical test
SB 0821 - Shields - Places an excise tax on adult entertainment and pornography
SB 0822 - Shields - Creates a stamp tax on controlled substances
SB 0823 - Shields - Changes the classification of an intoxication-related offense to a class D felony for prior offenders
SB 0824 - Griesheimer - Modifies law regarding the seizure of motor vehicles that have missing or illegible identification numbers
SB 0825 - Griesheimer - Modifies the law relating to the evasion of weigh stations
SB 0826 - Bartle - Requires continued enrollment in school and progress towards graduation to obtain and retain a driver's license
SB 0827 - Bartle - Allows appeals from orders granting or denying class action certification
SB 0828 - Bartle - Reduces salaries of General Assembly in fiscal year 2005 to a sum equal to 97% of their salaries in fiscal year 2004
SB 0829 - Bray - Makes various modifications in regard to due process of public employees
SB 0830 - Bray - Implements the provisions of the streamlined sales and use tax agreement
SB 0831 - Bray - Changes economic development programs regarding distressed communities and small business investment tax credit
SB 0832 - Wheeler - Subjects nonprofit health entities to additional review by the AG before they can convert to for-profit entities
SB 0833 - Russell - Restricts the right to marry to persons eighteen years of age or older
SB 0834 - Russell - Allows recognition of bargaining unit upon approval of majority of state employees in unity
SB 0835 - Caskey - Authorizes custodial interrogations of persons suspected of committing felonies must be recorded
SB 0836 - Caskey - Creates a tax credit program for certain railroad ad valorem property tax
SB 0837 - Caskey - Requires the Director of Revenue to provide notice of certain remedied delinquencies
SB 0838 - Goode - Limits judicial discretion where jury is unable to unanimously agree on the death penalty
SB 0839 - Goode - Increases the taxes on cigarette and tobacco products
SB 0840 - Goode - Enacts provisions relating to towing and creates a process to notify state when a motor vehicle is transferred
SB 0841 - Childers - Authorizes conveyance of state property to Pierce City
SB 0842 - Childers - Changes the expiration date of a lodging establishment license
SB 0843 - Childers - Allows some political subdivisions to exempt themselves from the state prevailing wage upon voter approval
SB 0844 - Yeckel - Authorizes surgical comanagement arrangements
SB 0845 - Yeckel - Establishes the Grand Army of the Republic Veterans' Memorial Highway and the Missouri State Park Board
SB 0846 - Yeckel - Modifies licensing of dietitians
SB 0847 - Bland - Enables persons with hardships to pay property taxes in installments
SB 0848 - Bland - Allows school districts to create after-school and summer educational programs for at-risk youth
SB 0849 - Bland - Requires school districts to offer alternative education programs
SB 0850 - Steelman - Authorizes conveyance of state property located in Dent County to the city of Salem
SB 0851 - Gross - Changes procedure for Motor vehicle emissions inspections in certain cases
SB 0852 - Gross - Allows school districts to provide readiness assessments to determine if certain children are ready to enter school
SB 0853 - Gross - Prohibits state contracting with foreign companies when certain personal information is involved
SB 0854 - Loudon - Allows parents to refuse to vaccinate their children in certain circumstances
SB 0855 - Loudon - Allows the transportation commission to construct toll roads
SB 0856 - Loudon - Modifies various provisions of the workers' compensation law
SB 0857 - Klindt - Exempts certain food sales from food inspection laws
SB 0858 - Klindt - Prohibits A+ reimbursements to be issued to any four-year institution of higher learning
SB 0859 - Klindt - Allows highway patrol officers to hold positions as school board members
SB 0860 - Cauthorn - Certain state employee compensation would automatically adjust according to the Consumer Price Index level
SB 0861 - Cauthorn - Allows members of the NRA to obtain specialized license plates
SB 0862 - Cauthorn - Creates the Repect Life license plate and establishes a fund to promote alternatives to abortion
SB 0863 - Dougherty - Repeals the $500 gambling boat loss limit
SB 0864 - Dougherty - Creates a tax credit for lead abatement and a dollar check-off for the Childhood Lead Testing Fund
SB 0865 - Dougherty - Allows the board of the St. Louis Public Schools to shift their compulsory attendance age range
SB 0866 - Coleman - Revises qualifications and procedures for election to the school board in the St. Louis City School District
SB 0867 - Coleman - Requires disclosure of Radio frequency identification tags (RFID) to consumers
SB 0868 - Shields - Creates a tax credit for teachers' related out-of-pocket expenses
SB 0869 - Shields - Allows closure of operational plans and documents used to respond to certain critical incidents
SB 0870 - Bartle - Prohibits locating sexually-oriented billboards within one mile of a state highway
SB 0871 - Bray - Creates a cause of action for wrongful discharge or employment
SB 0872 - Bray - Alters provisions regarding teacher termination hearings
SB 0873 - Bray - Makes various modifications to employee wage laws
SB 0874 - Caskey - Removes exemption allowing members of some religions to elect not to have photo taken for identification purposes
SB 0875 - Caskey - Modifies the percentage of property taxes deposited in the county assessment fund
SB 0876 - Goode - Extends the sunset on the fee for waste tires
SB 0877 - Goode - Allows the power of eminent domain to towns and villages in St. Louis County
SB 0878 - Goode - Extends experimental tarriffs already set by PSC to coincide with new termination date established in the act
SB 0879 - Bland - Establishes the General Assembly Scholarship Program funded by a nonresident earnings tax
SB 0880 - Bland - Lowers the maximum penalties consumers must pay for late payments on certain credit transactions
SB 0881 - Bland - Requires parity between insurance coverage for mental health services and other health care services
SB 0882 - Klindt - Makes changes to the law governing animal research and production facilities
SB 0883 - Klindt - Re-enacts legislation repealed by a prior unconstitutional bill
SB 0884 - Klindt - Instructs the revisor of statutes to amend the statutes to reflect certain cases
SB 0885 - Cauthorn - Provides an alternative method for issuing certain utilities revenue bonds
SB 0886 - Cauthorn - Creates Grower's District Authorization Act
SB 0887 - Goode - Modifies the offset for reducing the taxable purchase price of a vehicle
SB 0888 - Goode - Disallows the deduction for property tax paid to another state on nonresident income tax returns
SB 0889 - Goode - Revises the sunshine law
SB 0890 - Bland - Restricts the use, possession, manufacturing, storage, selling, promotion and other activities relating to weapons
SB 0891 - Bland - Requires Department of Transportation to examine the congestion problems in the Kansas City area
SB 0892 - Bland - Allows individuals to submit all required reinstatement fees and documents to any department office
SB 0893 - Goode - Revises regulation of tax increment financing
SB 0894 - Goode - Amends the current Missouri bumper height law for certain motor vehicles
SB 0895 - Goode - Prohibits certain predatory lending practices with respect to home loans
SB 0896 - Bland - Makes changes to the bail bondsmen and surety recovery agent licensing provisions
SB 0897 - Bland - Makes arson motivated by hate crimes a class A felony
SB 0898 - Bland - Prohibits sale of firearms without a trigger locking device
SB 0899 - Goode - Amends the school bus inspection law to include the inspection of frames on school buses
SB 0900 - Goode - Modifies various laws relating to emissions, hot rod licensing, and local log trucks
SB 0901 - Goode - Changes jurisdiction over underground storage tanks from the Clean Water Commission to the MO Hazardous Waste Management
SB 0902 - Bland - Establishes the Missouri Commission on Prevention and Management of Obesity
SB 0903 - Bland - Revises law concerning redevelopment of distressed communities
SB 0904 - Gross - Details information to be included in physician abortion reports
SB 0905 - Foster - Allows members of the MO Assoc. of State Troopers Emergency Relief Society to obtain license plates with org. emblem
SB 0906 - Foster - Allows health carriers to offer one or more health plans which contain deductibles, coinsurance or other options
SB 0907 - Klindt - Changes numerous state employee workplace provisions
SB 0908 - Cauthorn - Creates the Missouri Medical Malpractice Mutual Insurance Company Act
SB 0909 - Bartle - Increases maximum fine in certain cities from $500 to $1000
SB 0910 - Bland - Requires insurers to offer optional coverage for weight reduction counseling services
SB 0911 - Bland - Extends the sunset on the waste tire fee to 2011
SB 0912 - Dougherty - Modifies the law relating to license-exempt facilities for children
SB 0913 - Dougherty - Modifies and creates new provisions about identity theft
SB 0914 - Dougherty - Increases the foster care reimbursement and the adoption subsidy rates over a four-year period
SB 0915 - Dougherty - Modifies recording fees and their use
SB 0916 - Dougherty - Creates a cause of action for those adjudicated innocent following DNA testing
SB 0917 - Dougherty - Mandates insurance coverage for new phases of clinical trials undertaken for the treatment of cancer
SB 0918 - Dougherty - Mandates insurance coverage for certain prostate examinations
SB 0919 - Gibbons - Revises the law relating to disabled license plates and placards and the use of designated disabled parking spaces
SB 0920 - Caskey - Makes various changes to the power and authority of the State Water Patrol
SB 0921 - Caskey - Establishes that review hearings to place offenders in administrative segregation are not contested cases
SB 0922 - Coleman - Formulates a new procedure of recalling school board members
SB 0923 - Goode - Summer school add-on to only include those pupils that attended summer school in the immediately preceding year
SB 0924 - Bland - Makes various changes to the criminal justice system
SB 0925 - Bland - Requires police officers in Kansas City to be a citizen and resident of the city for at least one year
SB 0926 - Loudon - Authorizes the Joint Committee on Gaming & Wagering to solicit bids for university study of pathological gambling
SB 0927 - Loudon - Prohibits reassessment of previously assessed real property and improvements until a transfer of ownership occurs
SB 0928 - Loudon - Allows survivors of peace officers and firemen killed in the line of duty to receive special license plates
SB 0929 - Wheeler - Allows Kansas City to prohibit landlords from throwing away tenant property on rights-of-ways and streets
SB 0930 - Loudon - Allows the state to order medical examination for Second Injury claims and modifies admissibility of medical reports
SB 0931 - Loudon - Requires appointment of St. Louis City Circuit Clerk
SB 0932 - Loudon - Removes the salaries of elected officials from those not considered wages for unemployment benefits
SB 0933 - Yeckel - Creates "Missouri Higher Education Deposit Program"
SB 0934 - Bland - Requires Transportation Department to examine traffic problems occurring in Kansas City area
SB 0935 - Gibbons - Allows members of the Missouri State Society, Daughters of the American Revolution, to obtain license plates
SB 0936 - Gross - Establishes a system of environmental audits to reduce state and local regulation
SB 0937 - Gross - Creates the Missouri Catalog of Assistance Program
SB 0938 - Gross - Requires mandatory direct deposit of state employees' paychecks
SB 0939 - Coleman - Limits ability to carry a concealed weapon in a passenger compartment to those with a concealed carry endorsement
SB 0940 - Coleman - Modifies and creates new provisions about identity theft
SB 0941 - Coleman - Authorizes a three-year bid cycle for financial services for the St. Louis Public Schools
SB 0942 - Nodler - Authorizes the conveyance of various parcels of state land
SB 0943 - Goode - Modifies provisions of Unmarked Human Burial Act
SB 0944 - Goode - Permits for construction that reduces flood capacity in floodways of Cuivre, Meramec, Miss. and Mo. rivers
SB 0945 - Gibbons - Directs the state board to assist and encourage school districts in adopting service-learning programs
SB 0946 - Bray - Creates the crime of negligent storage of a firearm
SB 0947 - Russell - Creates requirements for orders and ordinances of political subdivisions relating to amateur radio antennas
SB 0948 - Steelman - Prohibits the use of glass containers within the banks of Missouri's navigable waterways
SB 0949 - Steelman - Transfers hearings on environmental issues to the Administrative Hearing Commission
SB 0950 - Griesheimer - Limits the class by class rollback provisions in the property tax law to only Saint Louis County
SB 0951 - Griesheimer - Eliminates the requirement that political subdivisions file a copy of their contracts with certain offices
SB 0952 - Wheeler - Modifies and adds provisions relating to the salaries of certain Kansas City police officers
SB 0953 - Caskey - Prohibits use of environmental funds to make Hancock refunds under certain circumstances
SB 0954 - Foster - Allows DNR to hire independent contractors to expedite the building of air containment units
SB 0955 - Scott - Modifies process for selecting leadership positions on the Highways and Transportation Commission
SB 0956 - Scott - Allows persons operating animal driven vehicles to use lanterns and reflective material during nighttime hours
SB 0957 - Scott - Modifies seat belt evidence rule and modifies sovereign immunity principles with respect to public employees
SB 0958 - Scott - Allows the Transportation Commission to construct toll roads
SB 0959 - Childers - Alters funding mechanism for statewide areas of critical need for learning and development
SB 0960 - Gibbons - Makes clarifications to the property assessment law
SB 0961 - Champion - Creates requirements for orders and ordinances of political subdivisions relating to amateur radio antennas
SB 0962 - Clemens - Allows athletic trainers to be licensed, rather than registered
SB 0963 - Shields - Allows public hospitals in Clay County to close certain records and meetings
SB 0964 - Shields - Amends the Missouri putative father registry
SB 0965 - Shields - Allows members or alumni of Alpha Phi Omega to obtain specialized license plates
SB 0966 - Shields - Establishes requirements a temporary help firm employee must follow before claiming unemployment benefits
SB 0967 - Shields - Alters definitions concerning Charles Gallagher Financial Award and the Nursing Student Loan Program
SB 0968 - Shields - Guarantees teachers partial payment of contacts when teachers are laid off in certain cases
SB 0969 - Shields - Removes the proration factor for purposes of calculating career ladder payments
SB 0970 - Childers - Changes a provision concerning the percentage of ad valorem tax collections to be put in county assessment funds
SB 0971 - Stoll - Changes identity theft from a class A misdemeanor to a class D felony and limits the venue of such prosecutions
SB 0972 - Stoll - Creates a Public Safety Medal of Valor for the state of Missouri
SB 0973 - Stoll - Requires additional information regarding department of economic development contracts for financial assistance
SB 0974 - Dougherty - Modifies the State Legal Expense Fund
SB 0975 - Dougherty - Seeks to permit certain private vocational and technical schools to receive A+ reimbursements
SB 0976 - Stoll - Allows certain members of MOSERS who retire prior to July 1, 1990, an add'l $5 per month times yrs. of creditable svc.
SB 0977 - Stoll - Increases the COLA for certain special consultants and retirees from 80% to 100T of the consumer price index
SB 0978 - Stoll - Establishes the "Collaborative for Applied Experiences in Science" (CAES) program
SB 0979 - Stoll - Establishes the Missouri Statewide Initiative for Scientific Education Enhancement" program
SB 0980 - Bartle - Repeals certain sections of law which have expired, sunset, terminated, or are ineffective
SB 0981 - Vogel - Extends the charitable sales tax exemption to certain transient guest taxes
SB 0982 - Coleman - Extends powers to civilian review boards that investigate allegations of misconduct by local law enforcement
SB 0983 - Quick - Creates a transfer process upon death for manufactured home owners
SB 0984 - Foster - Creates statutory liens for agricultural procection
SB 0985 - Foster - Amends the Uniform Commercial Code
SB 0986 - Cauthorn - Creates the crime of endangering a corrections employee
SB 0987 - Quick - Changes provisions about water service to annexed areas
SB 0988 - Steelman - Modifies waste tire fees and subsequent programs relating to those fees
SB 0989 - Gross - Establishes a system of environmental audits to reduce state and local regulation
SB 0990 - Loudon - Establishes a electrical contractors license
SB 0991 - Dougherty - Prohibits use of posted inquiries in calculating credit risk scores
SB 0992 - Cauthorn - Changes the definition of containers approved for transporting anhydrous ammonia
SB 0993 - Cauthorn - Requires public pre-kindergarten teachers to possess a valid teaching certificate
SB 0994 - Coleman - Allows defendants to assert legal or equitable defenses, setoffs, or counterclaims in unlawful detainer actions
SB 0995 - Coleman - Seeks to alter the name of Harris-Stowe State College to Harris-Stowe University
SB 0996 - Shields - Modifies and creates new provisions about identity theft
SB 0997 - Shields - Creates the Exhibition Center and Recreation Facility District Act
SB 0998 - Shields - Modifies the definition of distressed communities
SB 0999 - Griesheimer - Creates compensation agreements between franchisors and franchisees
SB 1000 - Bartle - Allows changes to provisions on DNA profiling, including DNA testing of all felony and sexual offenders
SB 1001 - Wheeler - Creates licensure requirements for end stage renal disease dialysis facilities
SB 1002 - Bray - Creates the "Freedom = Choice" license plate and corres- ponding fund to pay for family planning services
SB 1003 - Gibbons - Creates a comprehensive children's mental health service system
SB 1004 - Shields - Restricts persons who can administer drugs by injection
SB 1005 - Shields - Clarifies the price cap regulation for telecommunications companies
SB 1006 - Goode - Designates a portiion of Missouri Route 364 in St. Louis County as the "Buzz Westfall Memorial Highway"
SB 1007 - Goode - Requires all gubernatorial appointments to be made with the advice and consent of the Senate
SB 1008 - Goode - Increases accountability measures for tax increment financing projects
SB 1009 - Griesheimer - Regulates the sale of motor vehicle extended service contracts
SB 1010 - Dougherty - Modifies Whistleblower Law
SB 1011 - Dougherty - Requires health insurance reimbursement of certain licensed professional counselors at same rate as psychologists
SB 1012 - Caskey - Modifies the interest provisions for redemption of property
SB 1013 - Stoll - Requires organ procurement organizations to use their best efforts to find suitable recipients in Missouri
SB 1014 - Yeckel - Prohibits requiring St. Louis police officers to reside within the city after four years of employment
SB 1015 - Kennedy - Creates a gang resistance education and training program to be used in schools
SB 1016 - Champion - Modifies Sunshine Law regarding electronic public meetings and records
SB 1017 - Champion - Creates the crime of failing to obey the lawful order of a law enforcement officer
SB 1018 - Champion - Requires the Children's Division to arrange a team meeting before a child is placed in protective custody
SB 1019 - Steelman - Authorizes use of certain court costs to pay guardian ad litem fees in Phelps County
SB 1020 - Steelman - Revises provisions of the Sunshine Law
SB 1021 - Steelman - Speech pathologists with a Cert. of Clinical Competence to be placed on Stege III of the career ladder program
SB 1022 - Gross - Adds child pornography to the list of sexual abuse cases investigated by the State Technical Assistance Team
SB 1023 - Griesheimer - Creates criminal use of property by operating audio-visual recording devices while in a movie
SB 1024 - Stoll - Allows Jefferson County to pass an ordinance creating a mechanical code
SB 1025 - Griesheimer - Allows customer specific pricing for telecommunications companies
SB 1026 - Mathewson - Requires the DNA testing of all felons entering the Dept. of Corrections and other felons leaving a county jail
SB 1027 - Cauthorn - Makes changes to the bail bondsmen and surety recovery agents licensing provisions
SB 1028 - Cauthorn - Modifies state purchasing laws
SB 1029 - Bray - Prohibits state contracts from being awarded to any contractor who performs the work outside the United States
SB 1030 - Bray - Requires applicants for Medicaid and CHIPs to identify the proposed beneficiary's employer
SB 1031 - Bray - Proposes several measures relating to bicycle safety
SB 1032 - Bray - Consoldates the "academically deficient schools" and "priority schools" school accountability measures
SB 1033 - Clemens - Limits Paddlesport Outfitters liability
SB 1034 - Childers - Regulates vacation clubs
SB 1035 - Steelman - Proposes a "any willing provider" law which prohibits health insurers from discriminating against certain providers
SB 1036 - Steelman - Prohibits health carriers from changing health services codes without the permission of the physician
SB 1037 - Steelman - Allows franchise fees to be used as credits for any public utility right-of-way users
SB 1038 - Yeckel - Revises banking laws and creates the "Missouri Higher Education Deposit Program"
SB 1039 - Yeckel - Regulates the licensing of naturopathic physicians
SB 1040 - Griesheimer - Extends and examines various environmental fees
SB 1041 - Griesheimer - Allows certain law enforcement officers to request a hearing following dismissal or disciplinary action
SB 1042 - Griesheimer - Applies administrative hearing commission procedures to motor vehicle dealer license denials
SB 1043 - Gross - Establishes a two-part procedure for establishing special license plates
SB 1044 - Shields - Makes various modifications to the law affecting the state library
SB 1045 - Kinder - Makes it a crime to burn a cross with the intent to intimidate any person or group of persons
SB 1046 - Gibbons - Allows persons to receive "Friends of Kids with Cancer" license plates
SB 1047 - Kennedy - Gives the Children's Division the sole authority to license foster homes and residential facilities
SB 1048 - Nodler - Revises proof of property taxes procedure for motor vehicles registration for certain tax-exempt organizations
SB 1049 - Bray - Modifies designation of next-of-kin for purposes of disposition of human remains
SB 1050 - Bray - Requires access to medical treatment for injuries received during employment with a railroad company
SB 1051 - Steelman - Enables Hermann to enact a transient guest tax
SB 1052 - Jacob - Eliminates the minimum age qualification for admission to the University of Missouri system
SB 1053 - Shields - Requires school districts to meet the requirements of Section 160.530, in order to be eligible for state aid
SB 1054 - Bartle - Allows an equalizing cost-of-living adjustment for certain members of the Police Retirement System of Kansas City
SB 1055 - Bartle - Allows a funeral benefit of $1,000 for special consultants of certain retirement systems of the Kansas City Police Dept
SB 1056 - Bartle - Dedicates 10% of future TIF increments to schools affected by the TIF
SB 1057 - Bartle - Establishes the Classroom Trust Fund
SB 1058 - Bartle - Increases the gambling boat admission fees
SB 1059 - Bartle - Modifies the taxation of income derived from certain transactions involving intellectual property
SB 1060 - Bartle - Creates new court fees to fund the foundation formula
SB 1061 - Callahan - Prevents TIF from applying to certain transportation taxes in Kansas City
SB 1062 - Griesheimer - Creates and modifies special licenses available to caterers to serve alcohol at certain functions
SB 1063 - Scott - Allows adjacent property owners to become part of a transportation development district under certain conditions
SB 1064 - Scott - Eliminates the expiration date of Section 488.2205, which allows for collection and distribution of some court costs
SB 1065 - Steelman - Extends the sunset for certain hazardous waste fees
SB 1066 - Steelman - Modifies provisions of the tort victims' compensation fund
SB 1067 - Bland - Establishes the Missouri Universal Health Assurance Program to provide health care benefits to all Missouri citizens
SB 1068 - Gross - Requires calling party information to be communicated from one telecommunications company service to another
SB 1069 - Gross - Modifies various statutes relating to telecommunications companies
SB 1070 - Gross - Modifies procedures for protection of shipwreck sites
SB 1071 - Bartle - Defines "next friend" for a minor's consent to an abortion
SB 1072 - Dougherty - Establishes the "Hope Scholarship Program"
SB 1073 - Dougherty - Alters criteria for being deemed a "permanent teacher"
SB 1074 - Coleman - Requires registrations for apprentice barbers
SB 1075 - Coleman - Authorizes the conveyance of the Midtown Habilitation Center
SB 1076 - Caskey - Revises law on nonprobate transfers
SB 1077 - Loudon - Allows commercial casualty insurance policies to exclude coverage for loss by fire caused by terrorism
SB 1078 - Loudon - Modifies the criteria used for issuing extraordinary dividends by certain insurance holding companies
SB 1079 - Callahan - Creates a homestead assessment freeze for the elderly
SB 1080 - Nodler - Amends certain policies with regard to MAP testing
SB 1081 - Kinder - Permits contractors to resolve lawsuits without litigation
SB 1082 - Childers - Creates the Division of Network Efficiency within the Office of Administration
SB 1083 - Kennedy - Modifies the age limitation for the testing of lead poisoning in children
SB 1084 - Foster - Renders alterations to the teacher retirement system
SB 1085 - Foster - Creates a one dollar check-off for the Multiple Sclerosis Fund
SB 1086 - Cauthorn - Restricts lenders from requiring borrowers to obtain home owners insurance exceeding the property's replacement value
SB 1087 - Days - Modifies provisions regarding early childhood special education
SB 1088 - Steelman - Modifies ATV law to allow passengers to ride on ATVs if such vehicles are designed to carry more than one person
SB 1089 - Steelman - Authorizes telecommunications companies to offer discounted rates for certain services
SB 1090 - Jacob - Alters requirements for the classroom teacher "job-sharing" program
SB 1091 - Klindt - Alters provisions of the law regarding junior college districts
SB 1092 - Bartle - Prevents tax increment financing from being used for residential purposes
SB 1093 - Gibbons - Allows political subdivisions and other public entities to invest public funds
SB 1094 - Scott - Enacts various tort reform measures
SB 1095 - Goode - Creates the Health Care for Missouri's People Program for the uninsured and under-insured
SB 1096 - Caskey - Allows the regulation of the installation of manufactured homes
SB 1097 - Clemens - Enables an enterprise zone in Douglas County
SB 1098 - Clemens - Designates two new enterprise zones in the cities of Nixa and Ozark
SB 1099 - Gibbons - Implements the Tax Credit Accountability Act
SB 1100 - Gibbons - Revises requirements for publishing of administrative rules
SB 1101 - Steelman - Prohibits the president of the University of Missouri to serve as the chancellor of any other campus in the system
SB 1102 - Steelman - Exempts health club services from sales tax
SB 1103 - Steelman - Authorizes the Board of Fund Commissioners to issue additional bonds for grants and loans
SB 1104 - Steelman - Enables enterprise zones in Richland and Crocker
SB 1105 - Shields - Increases dollar amount of property exempt from bankruptcy proceedings
SB 1106 - Shields - Conveys land to the St. Joseph Museum, Inc.
SB 1107 - Shields - Conveys land to the St. Joseph school district St. Joseph School District
SB 1109 - Coleman - Allows eligible nonimmigrant aliens to receive "instate" tuition at Missouri higher education institutions
SB 1110 - Coleman - Changes the name of Harris-Stowe State College to Harris-Stowe State University
SB 1111 - Klindt - Allows Grundy County to use certain moneys collected to be used for courtroom renovation and technology
SB 1112 - Clemens - Modifies provision on uncontested elections for trustees of community college districts
SB 1113 - Loudon - Revises registration and duties of notaries public
SB 1114 - Loudon - Extends the expiration date of a section relating to removal of nuisances
SB 1115 - Loudon - Establishes new registration procedures for street rods and custom vehicles
SB 1116 - Stoll - Allows Business and cell phone users to be placed on the no-call list
SB 1117 - Stoll - Authorizes an additional court surcharge in the 23rd judicial circuit (Jefferson County)
SB 1118 - Cauthorn - Exempts natural gas used by eligible new generation cooperatives from certain tax
SB 1119 - Cauthorn - Protects the conscience rights of pharmaceutical professionals
SB 1120 - Cauthorn - Creates water termination agreements for water and sewer companies
SB 1121 - Cauthorn - Amends law regarding how certain counties establish speed limits within their jurisdiction
SB 1122 - Shields - Modifies provisions relating to the practice of dentistry
SB 1123 - Gibbons - Requires the Division of Medical Services to annually recalculate the Medicaid nursing home reimbursement amount
SB 1124 - Goode - Provides Electrical Companies the Opportunity to Recover Incurred Costs
SB 1125 - Goode - Adds consumer protection measures for customers dealing with utility companies
SB 1126 - Russell - Revises various provisions of the employment security law
SB 1127 - Cauthorn - Enacts the reciprocal nurse licensure compact
SB 1128 - Cauthorn - Revises laws regulating concentrated animal feeding operations
SB 1129 - Bray - Prohibits the release of certain consumer identification information
SB 1130 - Scott - Permits Regional Planning Commission employees to enroll in Missouri Local Government Retirement System in some cases
SB 1131 - Steelman - Changes provisions of law benefitting consumers when dealing with utility companies
SB 1132 - Steelman - Establishes predetermination of prudence for utility infrastructure investments
SB 1133 - Foster - Removes school principals from certain sections of the Metropolitan school district's teacher tenure statute
SB 1134 - Foster - Establishes the Missouri Junior/Senior Cadets Program
SB 1135 - Foster - Requires each public school district to include a policy which prohibits bullying in their discipline policy
SB 1136 - Vogel - Allows the Governor to transfer certain land to other government agencies without a public auction
SB 1137 - Vogel - Makes changes relating to the computation of salary of county officials
SB 1138 - Bartle - Modifies provisions of court procedure
SB 1139 - Mathewson - Expresses that all general officers shall serve at the pleasure of the adjutant general
SB 1140 - Mathewson - Allows the transfer of Pettis County school funds resulting from a resolution of environmental law violations
SB 1141 - Loudon - Changes procedures for the formation of certain levee districts
SB 1142 - Dolan - Creates the "Disposition of Fetal Remains Act" and allows the state to issue certificates for stillborn children
SB 1143 - Dolan - Creates crimes relating to motor vehicles
SB 1144 - Dolan - Revises the law relating to disabled license plates and placards and the use of designated disabled parking spaces
SB 1145 - Kennedy - Allows various jurisdictions to adopt ordinances to install automatic traffic control enforcement systems
SB 1146 - Dougherty - Regulates the use of traffic-control devices known as "Traffic Signal Preemption Systems"
SB 1147 - Dougherty - Creates the crime of escape from commitment for sexually violent predators
SB 1148 - Dougherty - Creates the Children's Environmental Health and Protection Advisory Council
SB 1149 - Dougherty - Ensures that individuals placed on the Child Abuse and Neglect Registry receive sufficient due process
SB 1150 - Goode - Modifies various tax provisions
SB 1151 - Steelman - Requires health carriers to provide coverage for mental health conditions in same manner as physical conditions
SB 1152 - Steelman - Reorganizes common sewer districts
SB 1153 - Cauthorn - Protects hand fishing
SB 1154 - Cauthorn - Authorizes dentists and dental hygienists to delegate certain duties to dental assistants
SB 1155 - Cauthorn - Modifies various laws regarding economic development
SB 1156 - Caskey - Allows licensed professional counselors to diagnose
SB 1157 - Scott - Changes the name of residential care facilities to assisted living facilities
SB 1158 - Bray - Creates the "Women's Right To Know Act"
SB 1159 - Foster - Establishes the Coordinating Board for Early Childhood within the Children's Services Commission
SB 1160 - Shields - Establishes the Prescription Drug Repository Program within the Department of Health and Senior Services
SB 1161 - Jacob - Modifies provisions of certain regional development districts
SB 1162 - Jacob - Expands the type of securities that may be used for certain subdivisions
SB 1163 - Jacob - Enables first class counties to enact certain nuisance abatement ordinances
SB 1164 - Jacob - Disallows the deduction for property tax paid to another state on nonresident income tax returns
SB 1165 - Russell - Repeals the Shannon County Tourism Tax
SB 1166 - Caskey - Authorizes certain counties to adopt ordinances to impose civil fines for certain misdemeanors
SB 1167 - Caskey - Limits bifurcated trials to Class A and B felonies
SB 1168 - Jacob - Modifies the Missouri Family Trust
SB 1169 - Jacob - Individuals may not waive any age discrimination right under Chapter 213 unless waiver given is knowing and voluntary
SB 1170 - Shields - Requires certain nonviolent offenders to participate in community based substance abuse treatment programs
SB 1171 - Griesheimer - Codifies the Office of Homeland Security and the Missouri Security Council & creates a Joint Legislative Committee
SB 1172 - Gibbons - Authorizes the Secretary of State to open and maintain an archival facility in St. Louis
SB 1173 - Days - Modifies law regarding the use of credit information by insurance companies
SB 1174 - Caskey - Abolishes the Missouri Housing Development Commission and transfers its duties to Department of Economic Development
SB 1175 - Yeckel - Modifies provisions relating to jury service
SB 1176 - Shields - Provides additional compensation to county clerks for additional duties to perform
SB 1177 - Klindt - Makes various changes to the law relating to joint municipal utility commissions
SB 1178 - Klindt - Modifies the agricultural business development loan program
SB 1179 - Steelman - Modifies provisions relating to medical malpractice insurance
SB 1180 - Shields - Allows the Missouri Development Finance Board to create a life sciences funding district
SB 1181 - Yeckel - Modifies licensure for physical therapists and physical therapy assistants
SB 1182 - Dolan - Prohibits conditioning the granting of permits or licenses upon billboard removal without just compensation
SB 1183 - Dolan - Changes provisions about regulations governing the subdivision of land
SB 1184 - Griesheimer - Modifies the assessment of business tangible personal property
SB 1185 - Gross - Creates the "Commonsense Food Consumption Act"
SB 1186 - Bland - Requires motor vehicle dealers to display buyers guide and obtain used care buyer's acknowledgment of its receipt
SB 1187 - Wheeler - Allows project plans and specifications of state facilities to be open to certain groups to encourage competition
SB 1188 - Loudon - Modifies the law regarding annuity contracts
SB 1189 - Scott - Modifies various provisions dealing with the reporting and investigating of an individual's death
SB 1190 - Caskey - Gives additional powers to Gaming Commission agents and forfeits wagers by excluding gamblers
SB 1191 - Steelman - Revises the resisting arrest statute to include detentions and stops
SB 1192 - Steelman - Imposes additional surcharges and driver's license suspensions on any person failing to yield the right-of-way
SB 1193 - Steelman - Allows members of Friends of Rodeo to obtain specialized license plates
SB 1194 - Vogel - Extends the laws on dry cleaning facilities
SB 1195 - Klindt - Includes certain prior service of juvenile court personnel to the definition of "juvenile court employee"
SB 1196 - Klindt - Modifies various provisions of law relating to firework regulation
SB 1197 - Quick - Requires regional recreational district board members in Clay County to be elected
SB 1198 - Russell - Repeals the employer withholding bonus
SB 1199 - Kennedy - Increases the pay of retired members of the police force who are employed as advisors to the board of trustees
SB 1200 - Griesheimer - Allows motorists to obtain Lewis and Clark special license plates
SB 1201 - Cauthorn - Modifies the motor fuel tax
SB 1202 - Gibbons - Increases the fees for receiving criminal history record information
SB 1203 - Klindt - Modifies release of escrow funds for non-participating tobacco manufacturers
SB 1204 - Cauthorn - Prohibits any contractor to bid on or perform work where the bid includes any wage subsidies or rebates
SB 1205 - Cauthorn - Authorizes minimum pay for certain corrections employees
SB 1206 - Stoll - Requires entities that provide child, elder, and health care services to submit certain employment info to a database
SB 1207 - Stoll - Removes "commercial" from description of registered interior designers
SB 1208 - Stoll - Encourages effective involvement by parents and families in support of their children's education
SB 1209 - Bland - Increases the deduction for retirement and pension benefits
SB 1210 - Bray - Creates crimes concerning human trafficking
SB 1211 - Wheeler - Modifies provisions regarding courts and court personnel
SB 1212 - Wheeler - Conveys state property, known as the Felix Building to the Truman Medical Center
SB 1213 - Steelman - Creates additional regulation for tobacco manufacturers
SB 1214 - Griesheimer - Makes an exemption to Sunshine Law by allowing private entities to share info w/the state concerning security
SB 1215 - Griesheimer - Allows public entities to acquire recover payments made for health care benefits made under a self-insurance plan
SB 1216 - Kennedy - Allows members of the Dept. of Transportation to purchase up to four years of his or her creditable prior service
SB 1217 - Bartle - Certain school districts shall be reimbursed fully for costs associated with offering certain special education svcs
SB 1218 - Quick - Provides title protection for advanced practice registered nurses
SB 1219 - Shields - Allows members of the Search and Rescue Council of MO to obtain specialized license plates
SB 1220 - Caskey - Increases the maximum amount of compensation that certain county officials may receive
SB 1221 - Kinder - Authorizes a $350,000,000 bond issuance for construction and renovation of facilities of higher education
SB 1222 - Dougherty - Allows for compensatory time in lieu of overtime pay in certain situations
SB 1223 - Dougherty - Allows guardian ad litems to receive fees for adoption proceedings
SB 1224 - Dougherty - Modifies provisions relating to homeless youth and qualified minors
SB 1225 - Dougherty - Increases the maximum allowable compensation for St. Louis police officers
SB 1226 - Callahan - Prohibits certain convicted criminals from holding public office
SB 1227 - Russell - Authorizes construction and renovation projects for institutions of higher education
SB 1228 - Gibbons - Increases the penalty for certain sexual offenders when they fail to register
SB 1229 - Caskey - Excludes commercially produced tobacco products from items that cannot knowingly be delivered to a jail or prison
SB 1230 - Clemens - Modifies the campaign contribution limit to avoid certain disclosure filings
SB 1231 - Clemens - Exempts dentists from acupunture licensing requirements
SB 1232 - Clemens - Creates the Competitive Government Act
SB 1233 - Dolan - Creates license plates, revises law on salvage title, modifies towing law and modifies other motor vehicle laws
SB 1234 - Mathewson - Implements the Jobs Now Initiative
SB 1235 - Loudon - Modifies insurance laws with respect to reinsurance and liquidation
SB 1236 - Kennedy - Creates the Medical Imaging and Radiation Therapy Quality Assurance Act
SB 1237 - Bartle - Makes it unlawful to obstruct a securities investigation
SB 1238 - Days - Prohibits discrimination based upon a person's sexual orientation
SB 1239 - Callahan - Enables a new enterprise zone in portions of Independence and Sugar Creek
SB 1240 - Griesheimer - Allows certain counties to use law library funds for courtroom renovation and to pay bonds for such projects
SB 1241 - Yeckel - Alters charter school laws
SB 1242 - Wheeler - Renders alterations to the Kansas City public school retirement system
SB 1243 - Wheeler - Requires public administrators serving as a conservator to have pooled accounts audited annually
SB 1244 - Coleman - Revises the sexual offender registration law and the statute of limitations where the victim is eighteen or younger
SB 1245 - Wheeler - Allows physicians to jointly negotiate with certain health carriers
SB 1246 - Quick - Grants additional powers to park rangers in certain counties
SB 1247 - Dougherty - Includes certain pro bono attorneys in legal expense fund
SB 1248 - Callahan - Establishes certain employment rights of emergency response personnel aimed at preventing strikes
SB 1249 - Champion - Codifies Executive Order 03-27 into statute by expanding the preference given by state bodies to Missouri businesses
SB 1250 - Scott - Modifies sections of law affecting the Missouri Propane Education and Research Council
SB 1251 - Dolan - Repeals mandatory inspections on certain vehicles and revises law regarding motor vehicle registration
SB 1252 - Mathewson - Requires certain persons to pay restitution to a public agency for emergency services
SB 1253 - Mathewson - Clarifies the definition of "city" in relation to urban redevelopment
SB 1254 - Klindt - Expands the Missouri Air Emission Reduction Fund
SB 1255 - Dougherty - Authorizes advanced practice nurses to prescribe certain controlled substances
SB 1256 - Caskey - Establishes a District Attorney System
SB 1257 - Days - Students expelled for certain violent behaviors shall not be considered "drop-outs" for MSIP purposes
SB 1258 - Scott - Creates the crime of kidnapping a child by taking or confining the child without parental consent
SB 1259 - Childers - Allows certain nonresidents to operate a vessel on the lakes of this state with a temporary boater education permit
SB 1260 - Dolan - Permits law enforcement officers to enforce the seat belt law if violation is clearly visible
SB 1261 - Dolan - Expands "occupational diseases" within Workers' Compensation
SB 1262 - Dolan - Revises the law regarding salvage vehicles
SB 1263 - Dolan - Revises the law regarding car rental insurance agreements
SB 1264 - Scott - Modifies the laws governing the condemnation of real property by the state or any political subdivision thereof
SB 1265 - Bartle - Creates requirements for membership on a civilian review board
SB 1266 - Kennedy - Includes unborn children within the definition of "children" for eligibility in CHIPs
SB 1267 - Kinder - Modifies the Missouri Motor Fuel Marketing Act
SB 1268 - Shields - Modifies the law regarding permit fees and recovery of rights-of-way management costs
SB 1269 - Yeckel - Modifies various local tax laws
SB 1270 - Yeckel - Regulates the operation of motor scooters
SB 1271 - Coleman - Regulates the prevention and screening of lead poisoning
SB 1272 - Coleman - Establishes the "Child Support Insurance Act"
SB 1273 - Coleman - Requires security guards and security guard firms to be licensed by the Department of Economic Development
SB 1274 - Shields - Establishes the Missouri Area Health Education Centers Program
SB 1275 - Vogel - Establishes depreciation tables for television broadcasting equipment
SB 1276 - Vogel - Classifies noncommercial hangars as within the residential property class
SB 1277 - Yeckel - Provides for licensing of private fire investigators
SB 1278 - Yeckel - Requires licensure for amusement machine operators
SB 1279 - Steelman - Creates the Missouri Hospital Infection Control Act of 2004
SB 1280 - Childers - Raises the sales tax by 1/2% and then phases it out over three years
SB 1281 - Childers - Raises the income tax by 1/2% and then phases it out over three years
SB 1282 - Kennedy - Provides a tax credit for modifying a home for a disabled person
SB 1283 - Bray - Modifies reporting of campaign finance expenditures
SB 1284 - Clemens - Repeals section requiring lobbyists to describe proposed legislation that they support or oppose
SB 1285 - Wheeler - Allows certain fee offices to collect the statutory fees for processing motor vehicle transactions
SB 1286 - Loudon - Provides that the Department shall not require by rule any immunizations that are not specified in Section 167.181
SB 1287 - Griesheimer - Changes which state employees may receive paid leave for volunteering as a disaster service volunteer
SB 1288 - Vogel - Re-enacts the Missouri Title Insurance laws due to a Hammerschmidt violation
SB 1289 - Kennedy - Addresses St. Louis Sports Authorities power as to luxury boxes within sports complexes
SB 1290 - Steelman - Enables Dent County to enact a transient guest tax
SB 1291 - Days - Requires state employee health care plan premiums to be based on the employee's salary
SB 1292 - Bray - Requires safe staffing and quality care in all veterans homes and mental health facilities
SB 1293 - Bray - Revises various provisions of the Workers' Compensation Law
SB 1294 - Kennedy - Provides for attorneys fees for the defense of refusing electroconvulsive treatments
SB 1295 - Klindt - Allows Northwest Missouri State University to be transferred to the curators of the University of Missouri
SB 1296 - Callahan - Authorizes the conveyance of state property in the Kansas City area
SB 1297 - Callahan - Allows a portion of the Kansas City School District to be considered a subdistrict for taxing purposes
SB 1298 - Loudon - Exempts certain transactions with interstate compact agencies from tax
SB 1299 - Loudon - Raises the liability limits on residential insurance policies issued by the FAIR plan from $100,000 to $200,000
SB 1300 - Loudon - Prohibits the sheltering of certain assets by individuals in long-term care facilities
SB 1301 - Bray - Requires medical malpractice insurance rates to be approved by the Director of the Department of Insurance
SB 1302 - Champion - Authorizes the Board of Governors of Southwest Missouri State University to convey land
SB 1303 - Steelman - Prohibits St. Louis from restricting police officers from living in counties adjacent to the city
SB 1304 - Griesheimer - Districts providing emergency services are entitled to reimbursement of at least 50% from special allocation fund
SB 1305 - Champion - Authorizes issuance of bonds for life sciences projects for institutions of higher education
SB 1306 - Nodler - Modifies sections relating to environmental regulation, surface mining and the Land Reclamation Commission
SB 1307 - Gibbons - Redefines the crime of possession of child pornography
SB 1308 - Klindt - Allows for compensation time in lieu of overtime pay in certain situations
SB 1309 - Stoll - Details conditions whereby a public higher education institution may use an individual's Social Security number
SB 1310 - Gross - Authorizes Board of Architects, Professional Engineers, Land Surveyors and Landscape Architects to seek civil penalties
SB 1311 - Wheeler - Modifies the credit for taxes paid to another state
SB 1312 - Callahan - Requires payments in lieu of tax in certain 353 redevelopment areas
SB 1313 - Bray - Prohibits any governmental entity from interfering with the right to obtain or use contraceptives
SB 1314 - Bray - Creates provisions concerning domestic assult
SB 1315 - Steelman - Modifies sections relating to excavation activities of noncommercial operators
SB 1316 - Steelman - Requires school districts to comply with current law provisions regarding reduction in teacher forces
SB 1317 - Steelman - Improves access to vital records
SB 1318 - Scott - Adds rental contracts to stealing
SB 1319 - Shields - Modifies the law regarding health insurance coverage for chiropractic care
SB 1320 - Kinder - Modifies bid process for depositaries of state institutions
SB 1321 - Callahan - Restricts sales and delivery of tobacco products in certain situations
SB 1322 - Mathewson - Prohibits displays and signs in public areas of the state capitol
SB 1323 - Shields - Alters the configuration, charge, and other aspects of the Joint Committee on Education
SB 1324 - Dolan - Repeals the sovereign immunity waiver imposed on multi-state compact agencies agencies for proprietary functions
SB 1325 - Dolan - Modifies the law relating to visitation rights for grandparents
SB 1326 - Dolan - Prohibits some offenders from receiving suspended imposition of sentence in state, county, or municipal court
SB 1327 - Coleman - Requires declaration of party affiliation in order to vote in a primary election
SB 1328 - Yeckel - Requires a purpose clause in each bill filed in the General Assembly
SB 1329 - Griesheimer - Modifies provisions concerning Emergency Services Boards
SB 1330 - Bray - Modifies the law relating to the establishment of paternity
SB 1331 - Gibbons - Revises the definition of "municipality" as it relates to downtown and rural development
SB 1332 - Caskey - Allows sheriffs to pay the costs of issuing concealed carry endorsements with sheriff's revolving fund money
SB 1333 - Caskey - Allows for the creation of Wholesale Water and Sewer Authorities
SB 1334 - Dougherty - Amends the offense of distributing a controlled substance near schools to include long-term and child care facilities
SB 1335 - Dougherty - Modifies the taxes for community services for children
SB 1336 - Kennedy - Authorizes the tax check-off for contributions to Missouri Military Family Relief Fund
SB 1337 - Kennedy - Creates a five percent tax credit for new revenue of a new or expanded business
SB 1338 - Callahan - Enables Raytown to establish a sales tax for homeland security
SB 1339 - Callahan - Allows non-public higher education institutions to sponsor charter schools
SB 1340 - Callahan - Authorizes charging of vehicle-related fees and fines to personal property tax bills
SB 1341 - Cauthorn - Revises the purposes for which monies in the county sheriff's revolving fund can be spent
SB 1342 - Cauthorn - Authorizes a study of the nursing shortage in this state
SB 1343 - Champion - Modifies the expiration of enterprise zones
SB 1344 - Champion - Modifies the procedure of the Joint Committee on Economic Development Policy and Planning
SB 1345 - Coleman - Revises various provisions relating to stealing and tampering of automobiles
SB 1346 - Coleman - Creates the "Emergency Care for Sexual Assault Victims Act of 2004"
SB 1347 - Coleman - Imposes a surcharge on certain felony court proceedings to fund certain school-related programs
SB 1348 - Coleman - Eliminates mandatory minimum sentencing for certain felons
SB 1349 - Coleman - Adjusts the foundation formula so that districts receive additional revenue for English as second language students
SB 1350 - Stoll - Requires the Department of Elementary & Secondary Education to adopt an indoor air quality program
SB 1351 - Stoll - Requires the Board of Trustees of the Missouri Consolidated Health Care Plan to promulgate certain rules
SB 1352 - Stoll - Establishes alternative charter schools
SB 1353 - Bray - Makes a joint municipal public safety communication center a political subdivision
SB 1354 - Steelman - Modifies the provisions of invasion of privacy
SB 1355 - Days - Requires the state to participate in the Infant and Toddler Program pursuant to Part C of IDEA
SB 1356 - Jacob - Prohibits transporting a concealable firearm in a vehicle without a concealed firearm endorsement
SB 1357 - Jacob - Creates a prohibition against carrying a concealed weapon with a concealed carry permit from another state
SB 1358 - Jacob - Prohibits the carrying of concealed firearms in certain locations
SB 1359 - Jacob - Extends the statute of limitations in certain sexual offenses involving a person age 18 or younger
SB 1360 - Jacob - Extends the statute of limitations in childhood abuse cases
SB 1361 - Griesheimer - Alters the state's tax structure and establishes a new means of distributing education funds
SB 1362 - Griesheimer - Requires insurance companies to provide coverage for computerized prosthetic devices
SB 1363 - Griesheimer - Limits venue in tort actions to county where cause of action accrued
SB 1364 - Gross - Creates theater, cultural arts, and entertainment districts in St. Charles County
SB 1365 - Yeckel - Creates the Veterans' Historical Education Trust Fund and encourages the development of other veterans' programs
SB 1366 - Yeckel - Prohibits any entity from preventing a student athlete from competing in or training for certain sports
SB 1367 - Yeckel - Makes certain students eligible for in-state tuition, regardless of their immigration status
SB 1368 - Nodler - Provides for the regulation and licensing of professional addiction counselors
SB 1369 - Nodler - Establishes procedures concerning an administrative hearing for employees back pay when such employee has been dismissed
SB 1370 - Nodler - Requires contracts for energy conservation measures in public buildings to meet certain requirements
SB 1371 - Kinder - Closes the drug benefit coverage gap that was created due to the enactment of the Medicare Act of 2003
SB 1372 - Klindt - Establishes the Missouri Wine and Grape Board and enumerates the powers and duties of the board
SB 1373 - Bartle - Creates the Interstate Compact for Juveniles
SB 1374 - Gibbons - Makes various reforms to taxation
SB 1375 - Gibbons - Requires debate on constitutional amendments to be recorded
SB 1376 - Gibbons - Modifies provisions prohibiting certain activities at animal facilities
SB 1377 - Bray - Allows the hiring of a retired teacher to work between 550 and 800 hours without losing their retirement
SB 1378 - Stoll - Requires Office of Administration to include certain products in the cafeteria plan for state employees
SB 1379 - Cauthorn - Encourages the use of renewable energy
SB 1380 - Cauthorn - Encourages the use of renewable energy
SB 1381 - Loudon - Prohibits recovery of noneconomic damages for injuries incurred during certain motor vehicle violations
SB 1382 - Quick - Increases the age of majority to eighteen in various statutes
SB 1383 - Scott - Allows motor carriers to submit to voluntary audits and prohibits local enforcement of commercial motor vehicle laws
SB 1384 - Scott - Allows certain retirees to receive unused sick leave to vest in a retirement system
SB 1385 - Scott - Places an annual one dollar disaster mitigation fee on most residential and business insurance policies within the state
SB 1386 - Scott - Modifies provisions of lobbyist reporting and campaign finance disclosure
SB 1387 - Dolan - Adds a voting student member to the Board of Regents, Governors, and Curators of Higher Education institutions
SB 1388 - Dolan - Establishes the income tax claim of right doctrine as a credit
SB 1389 - Dolan - Details conditions whereby a public higher education institution may require the use of a person's Soc. Sec. No.
SB 1390 - Foster - Modifies one section relating to boll weevil eradication
SB 1391 - Foster - Enables the cities of Steele, Marston, and Mathews to propose a transient guest tax for certain purposes
SB 1392 - Goode - States that Section 334.253 does not prohibit the employment of physical therapists in certain rehabilitation facilities
SB 1393 - Vogel - Designates a portion of U.S. Highway 54 in Cole County the "Trooper Dennis H. Marriott Memorial Highway"
SB 1394 - Vogel - Modifies various provisions regarding tax collection
SB 1395 - Shields - Modifies the artists and entertainers tax
SB 1396 - Shields - Modifies the law relating to pharmacists, pharmacies, pharmaceutical services and drug distributors
SB 1397 - Gibbons - Prohibits the carrying of concealed weapons at school events or at a school facility
SB 1398 - Jacob - Allows proxies to represent statutory members of certain committees
SB 1399 - Kennedy - Allows health insurance carriers to discontinue small employer health benefit plans under certain conditions
SB 1400 - Loudon - Allows practice of physical therapy on animals with prescription from a veterinarian
SCR 022 - Kinder - Urges Congress to amend the Social Security Act so Missourians can opt-out of the system and otherwise invest
SCR 023 - Gross - Designates three bridges in St. Charles and St. Louis Counties
SCR 024 - Cauthorn - Expresses the gratitude and support of the General Assembly to faith-based and community organizations
SCR 025 - Stoll - Urges Congress to repeal the federal Government Pension Offset and Windfall Elimination Provision
SCR 026 - Childers - Urges the creation of an AgroForestry Industrialization Committee
SCR 027 - Kennedy - Urges Congress to reject any recommendations to base postal services on profit seeking motives
SCR 028 - Kennedy - Urges the President of the United States to lift the ban on Canadian pharmaceuticals
SCR 029 - Kennedy - Recognizes the Vietnamese-American Flag
SCR 030 - Gibbons - Relating to printing and binding copies of the acts and resolutions of the 92nd General Assembly, 2nd Reg. Session
SCR 031 - Vogel - Relating to the construction of a hotel/convention center complex on property owned by the University of Missouri
SCR 032 - Gibbons - Challenges each school district to develop character education in public schools
SCR 033 - Kinder - Urges the Department of Transportation to grant approval to Primaris Airlines' request to service Lambert Airport
SCR 034 - Caskey - Urges the Governor to Create the Division of Rehabilitation Services for the Blind by Executive Order
SCR 035 - Russell - Names a building at the Southeast Missouri Mental Health Center the "Danny Staples Building"
SCR 036 - Gibbons - Establishes the Joint Interim Committee on Underage Drinking
SCR 037 - Shields - Establishes the Joint Interim Committee on Teacher Support, Regulatory Reduction and Accountability
SCR 038 - Vogel - Relating to lands owned by the University of MO-Columbia
SCR 039 - Nodler - Relating to implementing energy savings performance
SCR 040 - Steelman - Relating to lands owned by the University of Missouri-Rolla
SCR 041 - Klindt - Requests the President and the Fish & Wildlife Service to develop a new plan for operation on the Missouri River
SCR 042 - Bray - Urges the United States Congress to pass a fiscal relief package
SCR 043 - Yeckel - Establishes the Interim Committee on Violent Crime
SCR 044 - Yeckel - Establishes the Joint Interim Committee on Complementary and Alternative Medicine Policy
SCR 045 - Dougherty - Establishes April as Literacy Month in Missouri
SCR 046 - Gross - Establishes the Joint Interim Committee on Tax Returns
SCR 047 - Griesheimer - Establishes the Joint Interim Committee on State Supported Passenger Rail Service and Multimodal Transportation
SCR 048 - Bland - Establishes the Hepatitis C Task Force
SCR 049 - Nodler - Favors a sound dollar that reflects economic fundamentals
SCR 050 - Shields - Expresses the General Assembly's support for Taiwan to have an observer status at the World Health Assembly
SCR 051 - Kinder - Recognizes the history and service of the Ellis Fischel Cancer Center
SJR 024 - Caskey - Preserves the opportunity of individual citizens to harvest wild fish and game animals
SJR 025 - Yeckel - Removes portion of the Missouri Constitution which prohibits distribution of state funds to religious organizations
SJR 026 - Yeckel - Removes provison of Constitution limiting distribution of funds to any church, religion, or any preacher or teacher
SJR 027 - Jacob - Amends the Constitution to create a Revenue Stabilization Fund
SJR 028 - Jacob - Repeals Constitutional amendment relating to legislative term limits
SJR 029 - Steelman - Amends Constitution to state that only marriages between a man and a woman will be valid in this state
SJR 030 - Gross - Exempts property owned by veterans' organizations from property taxation
SJR 031 - Loudon - Amends the Constitution to allow the Commission to design, acquire, construct, maintain and operate toll facilities
SJR 032 - Cauthorn - Allows private school students to ride public school buses
SJR 033 - Coleman - Changes minimum age requirements for members of the General Assembly
SJR 034 - Bartle - Abolishes the Highways and Transportation Commission and replaces it with a Director of Transportation
SJR 035 - Bland - Ratifies the Equal Rights Amendment to the United States Constitution
SJR 036 - Foster - Exempts livestock and grain from property taxation
SJR 037 - Scott - Eliminates non-highway agencies from receiving highway revenues over a five-year period
SJR 038 - Scott - Amends the Constitution to allow the commission to design, acquire, construct, maintain, and operate toll facilities
SJR 039 - Foster - Modifies the composition of the State Board of Education
SJR 040 - Stoll - Revises requirements to be met by those involved in the management of bingo
SJR 041 - Kinder - Removes the Governor's recommendations for revenue bills from the Constitution
SJR 042 - Coleman - Enables the Legislature to issue bonds for education purposes
SJR 043 - Klindt - Modifies the budget reserve fund
SJR 044 - Dolan - Revises the current transportation funding scheme with respect to various state agencies
SJR 045 - Bartle - Eliminates the requirement of one judge per county and converts associate circuit judges into circuit judges
SJR 046 - Bartle - Reduces the number of representatives from 163 to 90 and the number of senators from 34 to 30
SJR 047 - Cauthorn - Resubmits the conservation sales tax to the voters every ten years
SJR 048 - Jacob - Proposes a constitutional amendment prohibiting the legislature from passing laws previously rejected
SJR 049 - Klindt - Resubmits the parks and recreation tax to a vote of the people starting in 2008
SJR 050 - Stoll - Permits voters to approve school district bond issues with a simple majority on certain election days
SJR 051 - Goode - Repeals the three year repayment requirement for the Budget Reserve Fund
SR 1118 - Steelman - Commits the Senate to intervene in a motion supporting EPA's "Equipment Replacement Provision"
SR 1151 - Gibbons - Establishes pay rates for Senate Employees
SR 1193 - Vogel - Allows use of the Senate Chamber by Silver Haired Legislature October 22, 2004
SR 1286 - Vogel - Allows the Missouri Catholic Conference to use the Senate Chamber on October 2, 2004
SR 1404 - Vogel - Use of Senate Chamber for YMCA Youth in Government program
SR 1412 - Jacob - Allows Missouri Girls State to use the Senate Chamber on June 22, 2004
SR 1451 - Yeckel - Establishes the Interim Committee on Violent Crime
SR 1836 - Bland - Use of the Senate Chamber by the MO Legislative Black Caucus for their Youth Leadership Conference - June 24-27, 2004
SR 1877 - Dougherty - Permits Health Care USA and its corporate "good citizenship" to address lead poisoning
SR 1878 - Loudon - Urges Congress to adopt HR 3799 or S 2082
SR 1937 - Kinder - Names the West Gallery of the Senate Chamber the Ronald K. Kirchoff Gallery
SRB1108 - Bartle - Repeals certain sections of law which have expired, sunset, terminated, or are ineffective

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