Missouri State Senate

Topical Index

Last Generated: 11/29/2022 3:48 PM

Abortion (7)

SB 2 - Loudon - Modifies laws relating to abortion
SB 94 - Cauthorn - Creates the Respect Life license plate and establishes a fund to promote alternatives to abortion
SB 164 - Crowell - Prohibits the use of public funds for health and social services programs that subsidize abortion services
SB 198 - Gross - Disallows any provider of abortion services from providing sex education to public school students
SB 251 - Ridgeway - Creates a tax credit for contributions to support pregnancy resource centers
SB 294 - Bray - Creates the "Freedom=Choice" license plate and corresponding fund to pay for family planning services
HB 100 - Cunningham - Changes the laws regarding the regulation of abortions

Administration, Office of (22)

SB 107 - Bray - The Office of Administration may only contract with telemarketers who operate in the United States
SB 122 - Nodler - Creates the Energy Efficiency Implementation Act
SB 133 - Loudon - Requires Office of Administration to include certain products in the cafeteria plan for state employees
SB 157 - Crowell - Allows money from the County Sheriff's Revolving Fund to be used for necessary expenses associated with concealed carry endorsements
SB 174 - Vogel - Authorizes the state to convey land to the Regional West Fire Protection District
SB 185 - Loudon - Establishes the Open Contracting Act for state and local public works projects
SB 234 - Purgason - Allows money from the County Sheriff's Revolving Fund to be used for necessary expenses with concealed carry endorsements
SB 288 - Klindt - Authorizes the Governor to convey land in Nodaway County to the Delta Nu Teke Association
SB 291 - Mayer - Modifies prevailing wage law
SB 332 - Crowell - Authorizes the Governor to convey land in Scott County to Sikeston Acquisition
SB 335 - Dougherty - Allows the Office of Administration to prohibit displays and signs in public areas of the state capitol
SB 382 - Vogel - Authorizes the governor to convey the State Health Laboratory in Jefferson City
SB 392 - Coleman - Authorizes the Governor to convey the Midtown Habilitation Center to St. Louis University
SB 450 - Dolan - Authorizes the Governor to convey various pieces of state property
SB 502 - Gibbons - Authorizes the Governor to convey land to Manchester United Methodist Church in exchange for another parcel of land
SB 504 - Dougherty - Creates the office of Inspector General within the Office of Administration
HB 260 - Deeken - Authorizes the Governor to convey state property located in Cole County to the Cole County Regional West Fire District
HB 422 - Black - Authorizes the Governor to convey state property in Mississippi County to the City of Charleston
HB 453 - May - Authorizes the Governor to convey state property located in Phelps County to the City of St. James
HB 531 - Wright - Authorizes the Governor to convey state property in Green County to the Greater Ozarks Association for Retarded Citizens
HB 631 - Portwood - Authorizes the Governor to convey land to Manchester United Methodist Church in exchange for another parcel of land
HB 880 - Hughes - Establishes the MBE/WBE Oversight Review Committee

Administrative Law (7)

SB 33 - Bartle - Alters provisions of the administrative law judges (ALJ) retirement system
SB 45 - Purgason - Certain appointees must serve 75% of a term in order to qualify for Administrative Law Judge retirement system benefits
SB 149 - Nodler - Establishes hearing for restatement and back-pay award
SB 186 - Loudon - Establishes the Missouri Electrical Industry Licensing Board and describes their powers and duties
SB 278 - Nodler - Authorizes the Board of Architects, Professional Engineers, Land Surveyors and Landscape Architects to seek civil penalties
SB 548 - Loudon - Replaces all state administrative departments' hearings with a new Office of Administration Hearings
HB 665 - Behnen - Modifies a number of provisions regarding professional registration

Administrative Rules (2)

SB 120 - Bray - Establishes the Public Employee Due Process Act
SB 456 - Nodler - Creates new provisions for the interaction of agencies and small business regarding rules

Agriculture and Animals (13)

SB 62 - Cauthorn - Protects hand fishing
SB 187 - Cauthorn - Changes the law relating to concentrated animal feeding operations
SB 270 - Scott - Modifies the linked deposit program and other duties of the State Treasurer
SB 281 - Klindt - Modifies weight limit for farm vehicles
SB 284 - Cauthorn - Creates the Dairy Herd Development Revolving Fund
SB 432 - Stouffer - Keeps animal identification information confidential
SB 489 - Loudon - Creates requirements for those who sell animals for research purposes only
SB 553 - Mayer - Includes llamas, alpaca, and buffalo in the definition of livestock
SCR 18 - Clemens - Creates the Interim Committee on Agriculture and Natural Resources Promotion and Development
SJR 8 - Bartle - Preserves an individual's right to hunt and fish
HB 33 - Phillips - Designates the North American Bullfrog as the official state amphibian
HB 116 - Deeken - Establishes the rights of persons who utilize service dogs
HB 528 - Cunningham - Authorizes the ultimate vendor, delivering bulk sales of gasoline to a certified farmer, to make a claim for a refund of the motor fuel tax at the time of delivery

Agriculture Dept. (5)

SB 147 - Cauthorn - Allows Missouri Qualified Biodiesel Producer Incentive Fund to be subject to appropriations
SB 182 - Scott - Requires liquefied petroleum gas dealers to maintain liability insurance
SB 236 - Klindt - Provides for cost recovery for course materials for private applicators of pesticide
SB 259 - Koster - Prohibits the Cass County Commissioner and the County Highway Engineer on the county planning board from voting
SB 355 - Griesheimer - Makes changes in the law relating to agriculture and agricultural products

Aircraft and Airports (3)

SB 169 - Gross - Renews aviation sales tax until 2010
SB 396 - Crowell - Extends sunset on transfer of jet fuel tax to the aviation trust fund and increases air control tower funding
SB 498 - Mayer - Amends sales and use tax exemption for aircraft sales to not-for-profit organizations

Alcohol (14)

SB 32 - Bartle - Regulates sexually oriented businesses
SB 105 - Bray - Permits underage culinary students to taste, but not consume, certain alcoholic beverages as required by a curriculum
SB 163 - Loudon - Amends various provisions regarding unemployment compensation
SB 262 - Griesheimer - Changes provisions relating to alcohol
SB 319 - Koster - Regulates unemployment benefits, the transfer of companies for the purpose of calculating the contribution rate for unemployment, and sets out provisions for alcohol and controlled substance tests
SB 322 - Bartle - Prohibits adults from allowing minors to drink or failing to stop minors from drinking on their property
SB 351 - Ridgeway - Provides for a minor to receive a minor in possession if he or she has a detectable blood alcohol content
SB 355 - Griesheimer - Makes changes in the law relating to agriculture and agricultural products
SB 402 - Gibbons - Modifies laws relating to underage drinking
SB 424 - Callahan - Enhances penalties for chronic and aggravated drunk offenders and creates crime of aggravated vehicular manslaughter
SB 430 - Callahan - Amends the definition of gambling device
SB 439 - Bartle - Modifies the statute on endangerment of a child in the second degree
HB 450 - Meiners - Modifies provisions relating to wine
HB 972 - Jetton - Modifies laws relating to crime

Annexation (5)

SB 5 - Klindt - Ensures adequate electric service to areas to be annexed
SB 399 - Bray - Implements the provisions of the streamlined sales and use tax agreement
SB 490 - Koster - Allows Warrensburg to annex areas along a road up to 2.5 miles from existing boundaries of the city
SB 508 - Wheeler - Allows for detachment of territory within water districts prior to new infrastructure development
HB 215 - Pearce - Allows Warrensburg to annex areas along the road or highway up to 2.5 miles from the existing city boundary

Appropriations (24)

SB 11 - Cauthorn - Certain state employees' compensation would automatically adjust according to the consumer price index level
SB 147 - Cauthorn - Allows Missouri Qualified Biodiesel Producer Incentive Fund to be subject to appropriations
SB 164 - Crowell - Prohibits the use of public funds for health and social services programs that subsidize abortion services
SB 323 - Bartle - Establishes the eligibility criteria for grants to umbilical cord blood banks
SB 338 - Gross - Modifies provisions relating to the homestead exemption tax credit
SJR 2 - Klindt - Modifies the Budget Reserve Fund
SJR 6 - Bartle - Creates the Missouri Savings Account in the Constitution
SJR 9 - Clemens - Creates a two-year budget cycle
SJR 15 - Coleman - Creates the "Education First Trust Fund"
HB 1 - Lager - Appropriations money for the Board of Fund Commissioners.
HB 3 - Lager - To appropriate money for the expenses, grants, refunds, and distributions of the Department of Higher Education and the several divisions.
HB 6 - Lager - To appropriate money for the expenses, grants, refunds, and distributions of the Department of Agriculture, Department of Natural Resources, Department of Conservation, and the several divisions.
HB 7 - Lager - To appropriate money for the expenses, grants, refunds, and distributions of the Department of Economic Development, Department of Insurance, and Department of Labor and Industrial Relations.
HB 8 - Lager - To appropriate money for the expenses, grants, refunds, and distributions of the Department of Public Safety.
HB 9 - Lager - To appropriate money for the expenses, grants, refunds, and distributions of the Department of Corrections and the several divisions.
HB 10 - Lager - To appropriate money for the expenses, grants, refunds, and distributions of the Department of Mental Health, the Board of Public Buildings, the Department of Health and Senior Services.
HB 11 - Lager - To appropriate money for the expenses, grants, and distributions of the Department of Social Services and the several divisions.
HB 12 - Lager - To appropriate money for the expenses, grants, refunds, and distributions of the Chief Executive's Office and Mansion.
HB 13 - Lager - To appropriate money for planning, expenses, and for capital improvements.
HB 14 - Lager - To appropriate money for supplemental purposes for the several departments and offices of state government.
HB 15 - Lager - To appropriate money for capital improvements and other purposes for the several departments of state government and the divisions and programs thereof.
HB 18 - Lager - To appropriate money for capital improvement projects involving the maintenance, repair, replacement, and improvement of state buildings and facilities.
HB 19 - Lager - To appropriate money for planning, expenses, and for captial improvements including but not limited to major additions and renovations, new structures, and land improvements or acquistions.
HB 229 - Portwood - Modifies the Homestead Exemption Tax Credit

Architects (1)

SB 278 - Nodler - Authorizes the Board of Architects, Professional Engineers, Land Surveyors and Landscape Architects to seek civil penalties

Attorney General, State (13)

SB 145 - Dougherty - Prohibits use of posted inquiries in calculating credit risk scores
SB 150 - Green - Creates the Public Service Accountability Act
SB 152 - Wilson - Creates a trust fund and Commission for Youth Smoking Prevention
SB 157 - Crowell - Allows money from the County Sheriff's Revolving Fund to be used for necessary expenses associated with concealed carry endorsements
SB 222 - Callahan - Places various reporting requirements upon manufacturers of tobacco products
SB 234 - Purgason - Allows money from the County Sheriff's Revolving Fund to be used for necessary expenses with concealed carry endorsements
SB 235 - Wheeler - Allows physicians to jointly negotiate with certain health insurance carriers
SB 273 - Taylor - Permits the delivery sale of cigarettes to a consumer under certain circumstances
SB 278 - Nodler - Authorizes the Board of Architects, Professional Engineers, Land Surveyors and Landscape Architects to seek civil penalties
SB 326 - Nodler - Amends various provisions of the Tobacco Master Settlement Agreement
SB 329 - Coleman - Prohibits a parent, sibling or child of a statewide elected official from registering as a lobbyist
SB 514 - Ridgeway - Prohibits any action against a state or local public employee for acknowledging God
HB 640 - Pearce - Makes it a criminal offense to send certain unsolicited e-mail messages

Attorneys (4)

SB 271 - Scott - Enacts various measures relating to tort reform
SB 385 - Scott - Enacts various measures relating to civil liability and procedure
SB 531 - Klindt - Authorizes certain non-ABA approved law school graduates and members of the General Assembly to sit for the bar exam
HB 393 - Byrd - Changes the laws affecting claims for damages and their payment and establishes venue in all tort actions

Auditor, State (2)

SB 329 - Coleman - Prohibits a parent, sibling or child of a statewide elected official from registering as a lobbyist
SB 529 - Vogel - Amends provisions relating to the assessment and collection of various taxes for telecommunications companies

Banks and Financial Institutions (15)

SB 215 - Days - Prohibits foreign ATM fees
SB 270 - Scott - Modifies the linked deposit program and other duties of the State Treasurer
SB 279 - Taylor - Adds demand drafts to certain transfer and presentment warranties in the Uniform Commercial Code
SB 318 - Crowell - Modifies compensation for certain employees of the divisions of finance and credit unions
SB 324 - Scott - Modifies the Missouri higher education savings program
SB 331 - Coleman - Modifies various provisions relating to delinquent child support payments
SB 394 - Nodler - Repeals law requiring the State Treasurer to maintain a list of financial institutions doing business in Northern Ireland
SB 425 - Callahan - Modifies provisions relating to passing bad checks
SB 452 - Dolan - Repeals law prohibiting interested investment and bond counsel firms from involvement in bond issuance
SB 476 - Scott - Modifies authority of Division of Finance over banks and other financial institutions
SB 505 - Dougherty - Creates penalties for imposing certain fees by a credit card issuer
SCR 17 - Scott - Creates the Joint Interim Committee on Investments in Higher Education Savings Programs
HB 379 - Cooper - Modifies compensation for certain employees of the divisions of finance and credit unions
HB 468 - Richard - Modifies the linked deposit program and other duties of the State Treasurer
HB 707 - Cunningham - Modifies authority of Division of Finance over banks and other financial institutions

Bingo (1)

SJR 12 - Taylor - Removes time limit for members of organizations before they can conduct bingo games

Boards, Commissions, Committees, Councils (62)

SB 6 - Klindt - Establishes the Missouri Alternative and Renewable Energy Technology Commission
SB 8 - Dougherty - Creates the "Children's Environmental Health and Protection Advisory Council"
SB 25 - Champion - Renames "Southwest Missouri State University" as "Missouri State University"
SB 33 - Bartle - Alters provisions of the administrative law judges (ALJ) retirement system
SB 36 - Nodler - Increases the number of voting members on the governing board of Missouri Southern State University-Joplin
SB 39 - Bray - Closes the drug benefit coverage gap that was created due to the enactment of the Medicare Act of 2003
SB 45 - Purgason - Certain appointees must serve 75% of a term in order to qualify for Administrative Law Judge retirement system benefits
SB 64 - Kennedy - Creates the Medical Imaging and Radiation Therapy Quality Assurance Act
SB 75 - Champion - Closes the drug benefit coverage gap that was created due to the enactment of the Medicare Act of 2003
SB 98 - Champion - Changes the names of various higher education institutions
SB 100 - Champion - Revises licensing requirements for speech language pathologists and audiologists
SB 112 - Coleman - Formulates a procedure for recalling school board members
SB 113 - Coleman - Extends powers to civilian review boards that investigate allegations of misconduct by local law enforcement officers
SB 114 - Champion - Alters the composition of the governing board of Southwest Missouri State University from eight members to ten
SB 115 - Bartle - Alters provisions regarding pupil enrollment hearings
SB 118 - Bray - Alters provisions regarding teacher termination hearings
SB 123 - Bartle - Modifies provisions relating to corporate stock issuance and sales of corporate assets and allows not-for-profit corporations to apply for reinstatement after forfeiture for failing to file an annual report
SB 150 - Green - Creates the Public Service Accountability Act
SB 152 - Wilson - Creates a trust fund and Commission for Youth Smoking Prevention
SB 162 - Gross - Removes references to the Committee on Radiation Control from Chapter 192, RSMo
SB 178 - Shields - Modifies provisions regarding licensing of podiatrists
SB 186 - Loudon - Establishes the Missouri Electrical Industry Licensing Board and describes their powers and duties
SB 188 - Griesheimer - Provides a valuation process for business personal property
SB 263 - Griesheimer - Makes the election of the Warren County emergency services board during the first yearly municipal election
SB 278 - Nodler - Authorizes the Board of Architects, Professional Engineers, Land Surveyors and Landscape Architects to seek civil penalties
SB 303 - Dougherty - Creates a commission to study the death penalty and imposes a temporary moratorium on executions in Missouri
SB 306 - Purgason - Raises the amount school board members may accept for performing services for (or selling property to) their district
SB 323 - Bartle - Establishes the eligibility criteria for grants to umbilical cord blood banks
SB 338 - Gross - Modifies provisions relating to the homestead exemption tax credit
SB 347 - Clemens - Modifies education requirements for professional counselors
SB 348 - Clemens - Exempts dentists from acupuncture licensing requirements
SB 358 - Taylor - Restructures the board of directors for tourism districts and recalculates the dispersion of sales taxes in those districts
SB 373 - Bartle - Amends provisions dealing with members of the board of directors for the Missouri Employers Mutual Insurance Company
SB 380 - Wheeler - Removes the requirement that the chief executive of the urban public library district be a qualified librarian
SB 387 - Loudon - Amends provisions relating to the licensing of gambling boats and slot machines
SB 403 - Green - Authorizes professional counselors to diagnose
SB 431 - Callahan - Permits sales tax on food for the City of Independence
SB 434 - Cauthorn - Transfers appeal authority to the administrative hearing commission
SB 456 - Nodler - Creates new provisions for the interaction of agencies and small business regarding rules
SB 464 - Vogel - Modifies the duties and powers of the Missouri Penitentiary Redevelopment Commission
SB 474 - Kennedy - Requires state tax commissioners to be state licensed real estate appraisers
SB 493 - Kennedy - Creates licensure requirements for private investigators
SB 510 - Koster - Modifies some indebtedness programs for employers
SB 518 - Kennedy - Creates the Assistive Technology Trust Fund for assistive technology
SB 524 - Coleman - Regulates the licensing of naturopathic physicians
SB 526 - Scott - Establishes a minimum length of time to hold contributions in the Missouri Higher Education Savings Program
SB 554 - Griesheimer - Creates licensing for business brokers
SJR 14 - Klindt - Increases membership of the Conservation Commission
HB 127 - Bivins - Limits the number of attendance fees that fire protection district board members can receive
HB 229 - Portwood - Modifies the Homestead Exemption Tax Credit
HB 286 - Bland - Establishes the Emancipation Day Commission
HB 321 - Yates - Creates the Assistive Technology Trust Fund and places requirements upon the Assistive Technology Advisory Council
HB 348 - Pearce - Creates the Missouri Military Preparedness and Enhancement Commission
HB 395 - Wood - Extends the power to sell and convey all or part of the district's property to cities owning waterworks systems to all public water supply
HB 455 - Quinn - Eliminates the current requirement that only landowners living within the watershed district can be elected to serve as trustees of the watershed district
HB 479 - Ervin - Authorizes the disincorporation of a regional recreational district in Clay County upon the request of the district
HB 576 - Flook - Modifies the laws regarding the Small Business Regulatory Fairness Board and the procedures necessary for obtaining judicial review of administrative decisions
HB 600 - Cooper - Modifies education requirements for professional counselors
HB 638 - Cunningham - Removes the requirement that the chief executive of the urban public library district be a qualified librarian
HB 678 - Byrd - Outlines various provisions regarding uncertificated shares of stock and shareholder remedies
HB 738 - Behnen - Modifies procedure for licensure as a real estate appraiser
HB 824 - Hobbs - Changes various environmental regulations

Boats and Watercraft (2)

SB 346 - Clemens - Limits paddlesport outfitters liability
SB 445 - Taylor - Increases the fee for a certificate of number when registering watercraft

Bonds - Bail (1)

SB 213 - Cauthorn - Requires bail bond agents or surety recovery agents to be members in a professional association

Bonds - General Obligation and Revenue (7)

SB 24 - Griesheimer - Places an expiration date on $10 court fee imposed on most cases in Franklin County
SB 131 - Loudon - Allows insurance companies to invest capital, reserves, and surplus in preferred or guaranteed stocks
SB 163 - Loudon - Amends various provisions regarding unemployment compensation
SB 246 - Days - Allows state to issue bonds for grants and loans pursuant to several sections of Article III of the Missouri Constitution
SJR 15 - Coleman - Creates the "Education First Trust Fund"
SJR 20 - Shields - Proposes a constitutional amendment to elevate the allowable level of bonded indebtedness for school districts from 15 percent to 20 percent
HB 69 - Rupp - Allows insurance companies to invest capital, reserves, and surplus in preferred or guaranteed stocks

Bonds - Surety (1)

SB 95 - Coleman - Modifies various provisions relating to lead abatement

Buses (1)

SJR 4 - Cauthorn - Allows a school district to provide transportation for private school pupils

Business and Commerce (25)

SB 32 - Bartle - Regulates sexually oriented businesses
SB 107 - Bray - The Office of Administration may only contract with telemarketers who operate in the United States
SB 145 - Dougherty - Prohibits use of posted inquiries in calculating credit risk scores
SB 170 - Gross - Extends the dry cleaning fee until 2012
SB 196 - Ridgeway - Modifies sales and use tax exemption eligibility for manufacturing and material recovery plants
SB 215 - Days - Prohibits foreign ATM fees
SB 253 - Koster - Modifies law regarding titling and registering motor vehicles and requires school districts to perform criminal background checks on school bus drivers
SB 273 - Taylor - Permits the delivery sale of cigarettes to a consumer under certain circumstances
SB 274 - Taylor - Regulates travel clubs
SB 345 - Vogel - Creates provisions for transfer of ownership of a company and the employer's obligation for the unemployment experience
SB 358 - Taylor - Restructures the board of directors for tourism districts and recalculates the dispersion of sales taxes in those districts
SB 456 - Nodler - Creates new provisions for the interaction of agencies and small business regarding rules
SB 459 - Green - Creates a tax deduction for small businesses and farmers that provide health insurance for employees
SB 554 - Griesheimer - Creates licensing for business brokers
HB 64 - Sutherland - Extends the sales tax holiday and amends provisions allowing political subdivisions to opt out of the sales tax holiday
HB 135 - Richard - Modifies eligibility for the BUILD program, creates the Missouri quality jobs program and raises the T.I.F. and MODESA caps, and modifies the sales tax holiday
HB 209 - Cooper - Authorizes the simplified municipal telecommunications business license tax
HB 248 - Pearce - Allows lenders of motor vehicle time sale loans to collect a fee in advance for permitting the debtor to defer monthly loan payments
HB 394 - Byrd - Modifies law regarding medical malpractice insurance and malpractice associations
HB 450 - Meiners - Modifies provisions relating to wine
HB 461 - Sutherland - Requires all assessors to use a method of valuing business personal property according to State Tax Commission rule
HB 576 - Flook - Modifies the laws regarding the Small Business Regulatory Fairness Board and the procedures necessary for obtaining judicial review of administrative decisions
HB 630 - Pollock - Allows a not-for-profit corporation to apply for reinstatement if forfeited after 1978 for failure to file an annual report
HB 678 - Byrd - Outlines various provisions regarding uncertificated shares of stock and shareholder remedies
HB 880 - Hughes - Establishes the MBE/WBE Oversight Review Committee

Campaign Finance (6)

SB 1 - Loudon - Amends various provisions of workers' compensation law
SB 201 - Green - Repeals law setting limits on campaign contributions to candidates for elected office
SB 240 - Scott - Modifies numerous provisions regarding lobbying and campaign finance disclosure
SB 241 - Scott - Repeals requirement that lobbyists report on legislation they are supporting or opposing
HB 524 - May - Repeals the requirement that lobbyists report on legislation they are supporting or opposing
HB 525 - May - Modifies numerous provisions regarding lobbying and campaign finance disclosure

Capital Improvements (3)

SB 239 - Scott - Levies a sales tax on food and hotel rooms in the City of Lamar Heights
SB 269 - Shields - Amends provisions of the entertainer and athlete tax relating to allocation of funds
SB 272 - Gross - Limits amount of revenue collectable from gaming boat admission fees

Cemeteries (1)

SB 366 - Wheeler - Modifies list of priority designations

Certificate of Need (1)

SB 341 - Bartle - Limites certificate of need to only long-term care facilities

Charities (6)

SB 71 - Griesheimer - Changes which state employees may receive paid leave for volunteering as a disaster service volunteer
SB 88 - Klindt - Exempts certain food sales from food inspection laws
SB 498 - Mayer - Amends sales and use tax exemption for aircraft sales to not-for-profit organizations
SB 550 - Mayer - Creates a tax credit for donations to certain religious and charitable organizations
HB 630 - Pollock - Allows a not-for-profit corporation to apply for reinstatement if forfeited after 1978 for failure to file an annual report
HB 789 - Salva - Exempts sales made to or by civic and charitable organizations including for sales outside their civic and charitable activities and functions from sales tax

Children and Minors (49)

SB 2 - Loudon - Modifies laws relating to abortion
SB 3 - Loudon - Allows the full amount of adoption tax credites to be issued regardless of whether the adoption is an in-state or out-of-state adoption
SB 7 - Dougherty - Modifies various provisions relating to lead poisoning
SB 8 - Dougherty - Creates the "Children's Environmental Health and Protection Advisory Council"
SB 9 - Dougherty - Amends the offense of distributing a controlled substance near schools to include long-term and child care facilities
SB 21 - Shields - Modifies laws of adoption and creates the "Putative Father Registry" fund
SB 41 - Bray - Creates the crime of negligent storage of a firearm
SB 42 - Days - Modifies provisions regarding early childhood special education
SB 49 - Crowell - Prohibits immunizations containing mercury preservatives after January 1, 2007
SB 60 - Dougherty - Increases the foster care reimbursement and the adoption subsidy rates over a four-year period
SB 66 - Coleman - Establishes a tuition grant program for children of deceased military members
SB 74 - Champion - Creates new provisions with respect to the Department of Health and Senior Services
SB 82 - Bray - Requires applicants for Medicaid and CHIPs to identify the proposed beneficiary's employer
SB 89 - Dougherty - Allows foster children to receive a tuition and fee waiver to state-funded colleges or universities
SB 102 - Bartle - Certain school districts shall be reimbursed fully for costs associated with offering certain special educational services
SB 103 - Bartle - Allows school districts to convene a committee of their board in order to rule on pupil residency waiver requests
SB 104 - Bartle - Allows parental rights to be terminated for the domestic murder of a spouse
SB 108 - Dougherty - Modifies the taxes for community services for children
SB 115 - Bartle - Alters provisions regarding pupil enrollment hearings
SB 154 - Bray - Modifies the law relating to the establishment of paternity
SB 155 - Mayer - Requires certain identifying information to be expunged by the Division of Family Services
SB 161 - Gross - Establishes the "Founding Documents Protection Act"
SB 214 - Scott - Each child enrolled in kindergarten, or first grade to receive comprehensive vision examinations
SB 221 - Dolan - Modifies several provisions of law relating to motor vehicles including primary seat belt enforcement
SB 238 - Gross - Requires all revenue derived from a certain sales tax to be deposited in the Community Children's Sales Tax Trust Fund
SB 250 - Dolan - Allows primary enforcement of seat belt law and modifies law with respect to child passenger restraint
SB 322 - Bartle - Prohibits adults from allowing minors to drink or failing to stop minors from drinking on their property
SB 331 - Coleman - Modifies various provisions relating to delinquent child support payments
SB 351 - Ridgeway - Provides for a minor to receive a minor in possession if he or she has a detectable blood alcohol content
SB 352 - Stouffer - Creates an income tax credit for child care services by a qualified spouse
SB 363 - Kennedy - Includes unborn children within the definition of "children" for eligibility in CHIPs
SB 402 - Gibbons - Modifies laws relating to underage drinking
SB 438 - Bartle - Makes production of meth in the home of a minor child endangerment in the first degree
SB 439 - Bartle - Modifies the statute on endangerment of a child in the second degree
SB 480 - Shields - Encourages effective involvement by parents and families in support of their children's education
SB 481 - Shields - Alters policies regarding public school special education services
SB 500 - Gibbons - Provides for family cost participation in the Part C early intervention system
SB 501 - Gibbons - Creates the "Office of Comprehensive Child Mental Health"
SB 551 - Mayer - Adds a definition for emergency as it relates to removal of a child from the home
SJR 4 - Cauthorn - Allows a school district to provide transportation for private school pupils
HB 36 - Davis - Changes the laws regarding midwives and the practice of midwifery
HB 94 - Cunningham - Establishes a tutition grant program for children and spouses of certain deceased military members
HB 100 - Cunningham - Changes the laws regarding the regulation of abortions
HB 205 - Salva - Prohibits the disclosure of Social Security numbers on child support checks, correspondence, and documents
HB 276 - Cunningham - Allows special education laws to comply with the recent reauthorization of the federal Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA)
HB 473 - Yates - Allows school districts to convene a committee of their board in order to rule on pupil residency waiver requests
HB 518 - St. Onge - Enacts various motor vehicle and highway safety provisions including primary seat belt enforcement, child safety restraint and enhanced penalties for highway work zone violations
HB 568 - Stevenson - Changes the laws regarding the protection of children
HCR 20 - Rupp - Declares October fifteenth of each year to be "Pregnancy and Infant Loss Remembrance Day"

Chiropractors (2)

SCR 7 - Loudon - Urges Congress to consider establishing the Chiropractic Center for Military Research at Logan College of Chiropractic
HB 232 - Portwood - Increases the fees health care providers can charge for copying a patient's health care record

Circuit Clerk (5)

SB 53 - Loudon - Requires appointment of St. Louis City circuit clerk
SB 337 - Crowell - Authorizes circuit clerks to retain fee for processing passport applications
SB 404 - Koster - Modifies various court costs
SB 421 - Bartle - Requires a verified petition be submitted in order to form a transportation district
HB 361 - Lipke - Exempts traffic violation cases from the $15 surcharge used for the DNA profiling analysis of convicted felons

Cities, Towns and Villages (29)

SB 5 - Klindt - Ensures adequate electric service to areas to be annexed
SB 67 - Coleman - Changes the definition of "prostitution-related offense"
SB 134 - Wheeler - Allows people to seek injunction or other relief for a code violation for abatement of a nuisance in Kansas City
SB 135 - Wheeler - Modifies law with respect to the Missouri Abandoned Housing Act
SB 139 - Wheeler - Allows neighborhood organizations to bring an action for injuctive relief to stop a nuisance
SB 239 - Scott - Levies a sales tax on food and hotel rooms in the City of Lamar Heights
SB 265 - Taylor - Allows the board of directors of any public water supply district to sell and convey property in certain instances
SB 268 - Gibbons - Authorizes a property tax increase for Missouri history museum subdistricts
SB 272 - Gross - Limits amount of revenue collectable from gaming boat admission fees
SB 282 - Green - Revises regulation of tax increment financing
SB 307 - Purgason - Increases the amount that public officials or employees can accept for services to their political subdivision
SB 311 - Dolan - Permits certain utility companies to place their facilities with the rights-of-way on highways
SB 342 - Bartle - Authorizes municipal courts to contract with certain entities for probation services
SB 414 - Purgason - Changes provisions relating to townships
SB 431 - Callahan - Permits sales tax on food for the City of Independence
SB 453 - Loudon - Modifies nuisance law
SB 490 - Koster - Allows Warrensburg to annex areas along a road up to 2.5 miles from existing boundaries of the city
SB 529 - Vogel - Amends provisions relating to the assessment and collection of various taxes for telecommunications companies
SB 534 - Bartle - Modifies procedure for replacement of absent municipal judges
SB 541 - Callahan - Exempts attorneys' fees from calculation in project costs in Jackson County for tax increment financing
SB 544 - Gross - Permits the use of municipal grant funds for parks and recreational purposes
HB 48 - Dougherty - Establishes a sales tax for museums and tourism in Independence and creates the process for putting a lien for taxes owed to the St. Charles County Convention and Sports Facilities Authority.
HB 58 - Johnson - Modifies provisions relating to political subdivisions
HB 186 - Emery - Modifies provisions affecting county government
HB 209 - Cooper - Authorizes the simplified municipal telecommunications business license tax
HB 215 - Pearce - Allows Warrensburg to annex areas along the road or highway up to 2.5 miles from the existing city boundary
HB 445 - Guest - Allows municipal ordinances to incorporate by reference, state statutes about vehicle equipment regulations
HB 515 - Wood - Amends provisions relating to tourism community enhancement districts
HB 863 - Wasson - Establishes the Downtown Revitalization Preservation Program for economic development

Civil Procedure (21)

SB 17 - Coleman - Allows defendants to assert legal or equitable defenses, setoffs, or counterclaims in unlawful detainer actions
SB 83 - Bray - Enacts various changes to medical malpractice liability
SB 135 - Wheeler - Modifies law with respect to the Missouri Abandoned Housing Act
SB 165 - Bartle - Changes the procedure for appeal of a Public Service Commission order
SB 232 - Loudon - Modifies special motion to dismiss in Strategic Litigation Against Public Participation (SLAPP)
SB 271 - Scott - Enacts various measures relating to tort reform
SB 320 - Koster - Creates lien for nonpayment of rental equipment fees
SB 344 - Wheeler - Eliminates the requirement of service of summons in unlawful detainer actions by certified mail
SB 346 - Clemens - Limits paddlesport outfitters liability
SB 384 - Scott - Authorizes an insurer to reserve the right to contest coverage
SB 385 - Scott - Enacts various measures relating to civil liability and procedure
SB 419 - Mayer - Provides that certain records maintained in a court concerning alcohol-related driving offenses are confidential
SB 420 - Mayer - Modifies numerous provisions regarding judicial procedures and personnel
SB 494 - Bray - Modifies provisions concerning exoneration through the use of DNA testing
SB 529 - Vogel - Amends provisions relating to the assessment and collection of various taxes for telecommunications companies
SB 537 - Bartle - Requires cash bond to be posted in certain landlord and tenant actions
SB 538 - Bartle - Modifies civil procedure requirements for various landlord/tenant actions
HB 208 - Icet - Requires the filing of an affidavit in suits against licensed professionals
HB 393 - Byrd - Changes the laws affecting claims for damages and their payment and establishes venue in all tort actions
HB 417 - Yates - Establishes the Uninsured Motorist Stipulation of Benefits Act of 2005, allows insurers to claim self-audit privilege, and allows insurers to intervene to determine matters of coverage
HB 688 - Byrd - Modifies provisions for the continuance of judicial proceedings for members of the General Assembly

Civil Rights (6)

SB 40 - Bray - Prohibits any governmental entity from interfering with the right to obtain or use contraceptives
SB 232 - Loudon - Modifies special motion to dismiss in Strategic Litigation Against Public Participation (SLAPP)
SB 293 - Bray - Prohibits discrimination based upon a person's sexual orientation
SB 437 - Bray - Regulates international matchmaking organizations
SB 494 - Bray - Modifies provisions concerning exoneration through the use of DNA testing
HB 832 - Brooks - Requires that restrictive real estate covenants included in an association's governing document must be removed

Commercial Code (1)

SB 279 - Taylor - Adds demand drafts to certain transfer and presentment warranties in the Uniform Commercial Code

Conservation Dept. (6)

SB 62 - Cauthorn - Protects hand fishing
SJR 3 - Cauthorn - Resubmits the conservation sales tax to the voters every ten years
SJR 8 - Bartle - Preserves an individual's right to hunt and fish
SJR 10 - Purgason - Requires a two-thirds majority vote of the people to change regulations involving the harvest of wildlife and forestry
SJR 14 - Klindt - Increases membership of the Conservation Commission
HJR 16 - Chinn - Proposes a constitutional amendment extending the parks and soils sales tax to 2016 and resubmitting the measure every 10 years

Constitutional Amendments (16)

SJR 1 - Klindt - Resubmits the parks and soils tax to a vote of the people starting in 2008
SJR 2 - Klindt - Modifies the Budget Reserve Fund
SJR 3 - Cauthorn - Resubmits the conservation sales tax to the voters every ten years
SJR 4 - Cauthorn - Allows a school district to provide transportation for private school pupils
SJR 5 - Coleman - Changes the minimum age requirements for members of the General Assembly
SJR 6 - Bartle - Creates the Missouri Savings Account in the Constitution
SJR 8 - Bartle - Preserves an individual's right to hunt and fish
SJR 9 - Clemens - Creates a two-year budget cycle
SJR 10 - Purgason - Requires a two-thirds majority vote of the people to change regulations involving the harvest of wildlife and forestry
SJR 12 - Taylor - Removes time limit for members of organizations before they can conduct bingo games
SJR 13 - Bartle - Reduces the number of representatives from 163 to 99 and the number of senators from 34 to 33
SJR 14 - Klindt - Increases membership of the Conservation Commission
SJR 18 - Bartle - Grants the power to determine public school funding exclusively to the General Assembly and Governor, not the Judiciary
SJR 19 - Ridgeway - Enables extension of property tax exemption to veterans' organizations's property
SR 901 - Mayer - Urges Congress to adopt the Constitution Restoration Act of 2005
HJR 16 - Chinn - Proposes a constitutional amendment extending the parks and soils sales tax to 2016 and resubmitting the measure every 10 years

Consumer Protection (18)

SB 23 - Griesheimer - Creates criminal use of property by operating audiovisual recording devices while in a movie
SB 43 - Days - Modifies laws regarding the use of credit scores by insurance companies
SB 107 - Bray - The Office of Administration may only contract with telemarketers who operate in the United States
SB 128 - Coleman - Requires consumers be notified of products containing radio frequency identification tags at the time of purchase
SB 132 - Ridgeway - Includes cell-phone users on the state's telemarketing no-call list
SB 137 - Taylor - Prohibits insurers from owning auto repair shops and prohibits the use of referral fees for using such shops
SB 145 - Dougherty - Prohibits use of posted inquiries in calculating credit risk scores
SB 215 - Days - Prohibits foreign ATM fees
SB 274 - Taylor - Regulates travel clubs
SB 359 - Taylor - Provides for price and performance comparisons of health care facilities to be posted on a state website
SB 381 - Ridgeway - Creates and modifies provisions relating to the use of personal information and identity theft
SB 411 - Wilson - Adds people who use wireless cell phones to the telemarketing no call list
SB 425 - Callahan - Modifies provisions relating to passing bad checks
SB 435 - Wilson - Enacts various reforms to combat fraudulent real estate practices
SB 437 - Bray - Regulates international matchmaking organizations
SB 444 - Taylor - Requires housing contractors to establish escrow accounts to satisfy potential mechanics' liens
SB 506 - Dougherty - Providees consumer protection for computerized personal information
HB 640 - Pearce - Makes it a criminal offense to send certain unsolicited e-mail messages

Contracts and Contractors (17)

SB 142 - Gross - Exempts contractors from paying sales taxes on materials used in Department of Transportation projects
SB 150 - Green - Creates the Public Service Accountability Act
SB 168 - Dolan - Creates a process to resolve disputes arising out of alleged construction defects in residential property
SB 185 - Loudon - Establishes the Open Contracting Act for state and local public works projects
SB 186 - Loudon - Establishes the Missouri Electrical Industry Licensing Board and describes their powers and duties
SB 291 - Mayer - Modifies prevailing wage law
SB 313 - Dolan - Modifies law with respect to highway work zones and creates the crime of "endangerment of a highway worker"
SB 320 - Koster - Creates lien for nonpayment of rental equipment fees
SB 334 - Green - Add penalties for employing illegal aliens
SB 349 - Green - Makes various changes relating to prevailing wage law
SB 427 - Callahan - Applies preferential treatment to Missouri business bidders in highway bidding process
SB 444 - Taylor - Requires housing contractors to establish escrow accounts to satisfy potential mechanics' liens
SB 492 - Kennedy - Requires drug testing for contractors and employees working at or near a school
SB 518 - Kennedy - Creates the Assistive Technology Trust Fund for assistive technology
SB 535 - Vogel - Creates a sales and use tax exemption for certain items used to fulfill obligations with the federal government
HB 347 - Pratt - Creates a process to resolve disputes arising out of alleged construction defect for residential property
HB 832 - Brooks - Requires that restrictive real estate covenants included in an association's governing document must be removed

Corporations (11)

SB 123 - Bartle - Modifies provisions relating to corporate stock issuance and sales of corporate assets and allows not-for-profit corporations to apply for reinstatement after forfeiture for failing to file an annual report
SB 211 - Loudon - Extends certain rights with regard to sales commissions
SB 308 - Purgason - Allows not-for-profit corporations to apply for reinstatement after forfeiture for failing to file an annual report
SB 318 - Crowell - Modifies compensation for certain employees of the divisions of finance and credit unions
SB 360 - Bray - Modifies various tax provisions
SB 452 - Dolan - Repeals law prohibiting interested investment and bond counsel firms from involvement in bond issuance
SB 463 - Gross - Modifies applicabliity of sunshine law to certain non-profit organizations
SB 476 - Scott - Modifies authority of Division of Finance over banks and other financial institutions
HB 379 - Cooper - Modifies compensation for certain employees of the divisions of finance and credit unions
HB 630 - Pollock - Allows a not-for-profit corporation to apply for reinstatement if forfeited after 1978 for failure to file an annual report
HB 678 - Byrd - Outlines various provisions regarding uncertificated shares of stock and shareholder remedies

Corrections Dept. (8)

SB 69 - Shields - Authorizes the conveyance of land in Jackson County to Kansas City
SB 93 - Cauthorn - Creates the crime of endangering a corrections employee
SB 303 - Dougherty - Creates a commission to study the death penalty and imposes a temporary moratorium on executions in Missouri
SB 305 - Engler - Authorizes minimum amounts of compensation for certain corrections personnel
SB 496 - Mayer - Removes the Corrections Officer Certification Commission's ability to make decisions concerning jailers
HB 353 - Lipke - Modifies provisions relating to crime
HB 486 - Bruns - Removes prohibition on service providers being related to sexual offender probationers when only one is in the area
HB 700 - Moore - Changes the law regarding correctional employees and Board of Probation and Parole

Cosmetology (1)

SB 280 - Taylor - Changes laws regarding cosmetologists and barbers

Counties (24)

SB 47 - Crowell - Modifies the state sales tax holiday law
SB 67 - Coleman - Changes the definition of "prostitution-related offense"
SB 144 - Gross - Modifies number of judges and commissioners in various judicial circuits
SB 172 - Purgason - Repeals HS/HCS/HB 1433 (2004) authorizing the creation of watershed improvement districts
SB 191 - Koster - Adds an additional circuit judge to the 17th Judicial Circuit
SB 200 - Gross - Prohibits more than 50% of any flood plain from being used for residential, industrial, or commercial use
SB 210 - Griesheimer - Modifies provisions affecting political subdivisions
SB 230 - Champion - Reallocates a portion of the crime laboratory surcharge to counties and prosecutors
SB 257 - Koster - Authorizes the Cass County Commission to seek a board of election commissioners
SB 263 - Griesheimer - Makes the election of the Warren County emergency services board during the first yearly municipal election
SB 267 - Gibbons - Amends provisions relating to property tax reassessment
SB 282 - Green - Revises regulation of tax increment financing
SB 288 - Klindt - Authorizes the Governor to convey land in Nodaway County to the Delta Nu Teke Association
SB 399 - Bray - Implements the provisions of the streamlined sales and use tax agreement
SB 414 - Purgason - Changes provisions relating to townships
SB 519 - Callahan - Requires expenditures made by the Jackson County Sports Authority for over $5,000 to be competitively bid
SJR 19 - Ridgeway - Enables extension of property tax exemption to veterans' organizations's property
HB 40 - Tilley - Modifies the requirements for board of director members for an industrial development corporation in county of the second classification
HB 47 - Brown - Requires trustees of consolidated public library district to reside within the library district
HB 58 - Johnson - Modifies provisions relating to political subdivisions
HB 342 - Baker - Authorizes the Cass County Commission to seek a board of election commissioners
HB 343 - Baker - Designates the presiding commissioner in Cass County as the county budget officer
HB 345 - Baker - Prohibits the Cass County Commissioner and County Highway Engineer on the county planning board from voting
HB 479 - Ervin - Authorizes the disincorporation of a regional recreational district in Clay County upon the request of the district

County Government (11)

SB 210 - Griesheimer - Modifies provisions affecting political subdivisions
SB 258 - Koster - Allows the Cass and Cooper County Commissions to submit the question of establishing a health center after a majority vote
SB 259 - Koster - Prohibits the Cass County Commissioner and the County Highway Engineer on the county planning board from voting
SB 260 - Koster - Designates the presiding commissioner in Cass County as the county budget officer
SB 311 - Dolan - Permits certain utility companies to place their facilities with the rights-of-way on highways
SB 469 - Griesheimer - Consolidates tax collection in counties having township organization by eliminating township collectors
SCR 2 - Cauthorn - Expresses the gratitude and support of the Senate to faith-based and community organizations
HB 186 - Emery - Modifies provisions affecting county government
HB 343 - Baker - Designates the presiding commissioner in Cass County as the county budget officer
HB 344 - Baker - Modifies provisions about county health centers and nursing home districts
HB 345 - Baker - Prohibits the Cass County Commissioner and County Highway Engineer on the county planning board from voting

County Officials (18)

SB 24 - Griesheimer - Places an expiration date on $10 court fee imposed on most cases in Franklin County
SB 176 - Vogel - Provides for elections in Cole County and the City of Poplar Bluff
SB 210 - Griesheimer - Modifies provisions affecting political subdivisions
SB 242 - Scott - Requires deputies and associated assistants to the coroner to register with the Missouri Coroners' and Medical Examiners' Association
SB 258 - Koster - Allows the Cass and Cooper County Commissions to submit the question of establishing a health center after a majority vote
SB 259 - Koster - Prohibits the Cass County Commissioner and the County Highway Engineer on the county planning board from voting
SB 260 - Koster - Designates the presiding commissioner in Cass County as the county budget officer
SB 307 - Purgason - Increases the amount that public officials or employees can accept for services to their political subdivision
SB 414 - Purgason - Changes provisions relating to townships
SB 469 - Griesheimer - Consolidates tax collection in counties having township organization by eliminating township collectors
SB 485 - Days - Allows senior and disabled persons to defer increases in property tax payments
SB 507 - Graham - Raises from $250 to $1,000 the value of property for which the auditor in certain counties is required to inventory
SB 543 - Callahan - Places term limits on the county executive and members of the legislature in Jackson County
HB 186 - Emery - Modifies provisions affecting county government
HB 342 - Baker - Authorizes the Cass County Commission to seek a board of election commissioners
HB 343 - Baker - Designates the presiding commissioner in Cass County as the county budget officer
HB 344 - Baker - Modifies provisions about county health centers and nursing home districts
HB 365 - Munzlinger - Allows moneys from the county sheriff's revolving fund to be used for expenses with concealed carry endorsements

Courts (49)

SB 53 - Loudon - Requires appointment of St. Louis City circuit clerk
SB 65 - Coleman - Allows courts to order convicted persons to pay costs associated with prostitution-related arrests
SB 78 - Dolan - Denies municipal courts from granting suspended imposition of sentences for certain prior/persistent offenders
SB 144 - Gross - Modifies number of judges and commissioners in various judicial circuits
SB 165 - Bartle - Changes the procedure for appeal of a Public Service Commission order
SB 184 - Coleman - Imposes a surcharge on certain felony court proceedings to fund certain school-related programs
SB 191 - Koster - Adds an additional circuit judge to the 17th Judicial Circuit
SB 194 - Engler - Modifies provisions relating to sentencing and crime victims' rights
SB 216 - Champion - Requires depositions of crime laboratory employees to be in the county where employed
SB 230 - Champion - Reallocates a portion of the crime laboratory surcharge to counties and prosecutors
SB 232 - Loudon - Modifies special motion to dismiss in Strategic Litigation Against Public Participation (SLAPP)
SB 271 - Scott - Enacts various measures relating to tort reform
SB 293 - Bray - Prohibits discrimination based upon a person's sexual orientation
SB 342 - Bartle - Authorizes municipal courts to contract with certain entities for probation services
SB 344 - Wheeler - Eliminates the requirement of service of summons in unlawful detainer actions by certified mail
SB 384 - Scott - Authorizes an insurer to reserve the right to contest coverage
SB 385 - Scott - Enacts various measures relating to civil liability and procedure
SB 395 - Scott - Allows for certain local courts to impose surcharges to establish an Alternative Dispute Resolution program
SB 397 - Graham - Modifies various aspects of the criminal justice system
SB 404 - Koster - Modifies various court costs
SB 405 - Koster - Modifies procedure for seeking excuse from or postponement of jury duty
SB 418 - Mayer - Exempts misdemeanors for vehicle registration from required judgments paid to the "Crime Victims' Compensation Fund"
SB 419 - Mayer - Provides that certain records maintained in a court concerning alcohol-related driving offenses are confidential
SB 420 - Mayer - Modifies numerous provisions regarding judicial procedures and personnel
SB 422 - Bartle - Requires expunged records to be confidential
SB 423 - Bartle - Creates new provisions and makes modifications to the DNA profiling system
SB 491 - Klindt - Modifies fee for statewide court automation fund and sets expiration dates for other funds
SB 499 - Mayer - Provides that judgments entered by an associate circuit court which shall constitute a lien
SB 511 - Callahan - Provides when a prosecution for a misdemeanor, infraction, or felony is commenced
SB 512 - Callahan - Removes language stating that a person commits the crime of tampering with a witness "in an official proceeding"
SB 513 - Callahan - Repeals provisions requiring prosecutors to pay certain court costs
SB 531 - Klindt - Authorizes certain non-ABA approved law school graduates and members of the General Assembly to sit for the bar exam
SB 534 - Bartle - Modifies procedure for replacement of absent municipal judges
SB 538 - Bartle - Modifies civil procedure requirements for various landlord/tenant actions
SB 548 - Loudon - Replaces all state administrative departments' hearings with a new Office of Administration Hearings
SJR 16 - Gross - Modifies tenure and retention for Missouri Supreme Court judges
SJR 18 - Bartle - Grants the power to determine public school funding exclusively to the General Assembly and Governor, not the Judiciary
HB 49 - Jolly - Modifies provisions regarding early release of prisoners
HB 196 - Wildberger - Modifies provisions relating to arson, burning, and exploding
HB 208 - Icet - Requires the filing of an affidavit in suits against licensed professionals
HB 347 - Pratt - Creates a process to resolve disputes arising out of alleged construction defect for residential property
HB 353 - Lipke - Modifies provisions relating to crime
HB 361 - Lipke - Exempts traffic violation cases from the $15 surcharge used for the DNA profiling analysis of convicted felons
HB 362 - Lipke - Requires expunged records to be confidential
HB 393 - Byrd - Changes the laws affecting claims for damages and their payment and establishes venue in all tort actions
HB 456 - Kuessner - Eliminates a grand jury's duty to examine public buildings and report on their condition
HB 474 - Yates - Allows insurance companies to intervene in certain civil actions to determine coverage obligations
HB 498 - Kratky - Changes the laws regarding stealing, tampering, and stolen property and requires specific restitution in certain cases
HB 688 - Byrd - Modifies provisions for the continuance of judicial proceedings for members of the General Assembly

Courts, Juvenile (1)

SB 194 - Engler - Modifies provisions relating to sentencing and crime victims' rights

Credit and Bankruptcy (5)

SB 43 - Days - Modifies laws regarding the use of credit scores by insurance companies
SB 145 - Dougherty - Prohibits use of posted inquiries in calculating credit risk scores
SB 331 - Coleman - Modifies various provisions relating to delinquent child support payments
SB 505 - Dougherty - Creates penalties for imposing certain fees by a credit card issuer
HB 248 - Pearce - Allows lenders of motor vehicle time sale loans to collect a fee in advance for permitting the debtor to defer monthly loan payments

Credit Unions (3)

SB 318 - Crowell - Modifies compensation for certain employees of the divisions of finance and credit unions
HB 379 - Cooper - Modifies compensation for certain employees of the divisions of finance and credit unions
HB 707 - Cunningham - Modifies authority of Division of Finance over banks and other financial institutions

Crimes and Punishment (62)

SB 9 - Dougherty - Amends the offense of distributing a controlled substance near schools to include long-term and child care facilities
SB 10 - Cauthorn - Requires pseudoephedrine products to be sold by a pharmacist or technician
SB 16 - Coleman - Eliminates mandatory minimum sentencing for certain felons
SB 23 - Griesheimer - Creates criminal use of property by operating audiovisual recording devices while in a movie
SB 30 - Dolan - Makes the installation of airbags that do not meet federal safety standards a Class D felony
SB 32 - Bartle - Regulates sexually oriented businesses
SB 37 - Nodler - Modifies various provisions concerning alcohol related offenses
SB 41 - Bray - Creates the crime of negligent storage of a firearm
SB 51 - Taylor - Changes the penalty for offenses concerning unauthorized recordings
SB 65 - Coleman - Allows courts to order convicted persons to pay costs associated with prostitution-related arrests
SB 67 - Coleman - Changes the definition of "prostitution-related offense"
SB 73 - Champion - Allows county law enforcement agencies to have sexual offender registry websites
SB 78 - Dolan - Denies municipal courts from granting suspended imposition of sentences for certain prior/persistent offenders
SB 93 - Cauthorn - Creates the crime of endangering a corrections employee
SB 95 - Coleman - Modifies various provisions relating to lead abatement
SB 96 - Coleman - Makes damage to a motor vehicle while breaking in with intent to steal first degree property damage
SB 139 - Wheeler - Allows neighborhood organizations to bring an action for injuctive relief to stop a nuisance
SB 160 - Bartle - Prohibits human cloning
SB 184 - Coleman - Imposes a surcharge on certain felony court proceedings to fund certain school-related programs
SB 216 - Champion - Requires depositions of crime laboratory employees to be in the county where employed
SB 230 - Champion - Reallocates a portion of the crime laboratory surcharge to counties and prosecutors
SB 254 - Engler - Criminalizes distribution and possession of certain prescription medications on school property
SB 292 - Bray - Eliminates the death penalty
SB 303 - Dougherty - Creates a commission to study the death penalty and imposes a temporary moratorium on executions in Missouri
SB 309 - Wilson - Makes ownership, possession, and discharge of taser guns an unlawful use of a weapon
SB 322 - Bartle - Prohibits adults from allowing minors to drink or failing to stop minors from drinking on their property
SB 325 - Bray - Restricts firearm possession for individuals involved in domestic violence
SB 350 - Wilson - Prohibits distribution of controlled substances in parks
SB 351 - Ridgeway - Provides for a minor to receive a minor in possession if he or she has a detectable blood alcohol content
SB 356 - Shields - Enhances penalties for chronic and aggravated drunk offenders and creates crime of aggravated vehicular manslaughter
SB 381 - Ridgeway - Creates and modifies provisions relating to the use of personal information and identity theft
SB 389 - Taylor - Creates new election offenses for using wireless electronic recording devices in polling places
SB 397 - Graham - Modifies various aspects of the criminal justice system
SB 402 - Gibbons - Modifies laws relating to underage drinking
SB 418 - Mayer - Exempts misdemeanors for vehicle registration from required judgments paid to the "Crime Victims' Compensation Fund"
SB 423 - Bartle - Creates new provisions and makes modifications to the DNA profiling system
SB 424 - Callahan - Enhances penalties for chronic and aggravated drunk offenders and creates crime of aggravated vehicular manslaughter
SB 425 - Callahan - Modifies provisions relating to passing bad checks
SB 435 - Wilson - Enacts various reforms to combat fraudulent real estate practices
SB 437 - Bray - Regulates international matchmaking organizations
SB 438 - Bartle - Makes production of meth in the home of a minor child endangerment in the first degree
SB 439 - Bartle - Modifies the statute on endangerment of a child in the second degree
SB 442 - Ridgeway - Modifies penalties and definitions for the crime of financial exploitation of the elderly and disabled
SB 460 - Koster - Increases the penalties for those who engage in fraudulant actions with respect to an insurance transaction
SB 461 - Koster - Modifies provisions about probation and parole officers
SB 487 - Engler - Requires littering offenders to perform community service and assesses two points against litterer's license
SB 489 - Loudon - Creates requirements for those who sell animals for research purposes only
SB 495 - Mayer - Notification given to a crime victim must utilize the statewide automated crime victim notification system
SB 511 - Callahan - Provides when a prosecution for a misdemeanor, infraction, or felony is commenced
SB 512 - Callahan - Removes language stating that a person commits the crime of tampering with a witness "in an official proceeding"
SB 520 - Callahan - Requires a person arrested and confined without a warrant be discharged from custody within 48 hours unless charged
HB 108 - Schaaf - Allows insureds or enrolles to pay customary retail price of a prescription drug if the retail price is lower than the health carrier's copay
HB 196 - Wildberger - Modifies provisions relating to arson, burning, and exploding
HB 361 - Lipke - Exempts traffic violation cases from the $15 surcharge used for the DNA profiling analysis of convicted felons
HB 362 - Lipke - Requires expunged records to be confidential
HB 441 - Behnen - Creates restrictions regarding the sale of products containing ephedrine and pseudoephedrine
HB 498 - Kratky - Changes the laws regarding stealing, tampering, and stolen property and requires specific restitution in certain cases
HB 640 - Pearce - Makes it a criminal offense to send certain unsolicited e-mail messages
HB 684 - Lipke - Creates new provisions and makes modifications to certain statutes relating to the DNA profiling system
HB 700 - Moore - Changes the law regarding correctional employees and Board of Probation and Parole
HB 866 - Wilson - Increases the penalties for those who engage in fraudulent actions with respect to an insurance transaction
HB 972 - Jetton - Modifies laws relating to crime

Criminal Procedure (22)

SB 216 - Champion - Requires depositions of crime laboratory employees to be in the county where employed
SB 230 - Champion - Reallocates a portion of the crime laboratory surcharge to counties and prosecutors
SB 289 - Engler - Makes a grand jury's duty to examine public buildings and report on their conditions discretionary
SB 292 - Bray - Eliminates the death penalty
SB 303 - Dougherty - Creates a commission to study the death penalty and imposes a temporary moratorium on executions in Missouri
SB 342 - Bartle - Authorizes municipal courts to contract with certain entities for probation services
SB 397 - Graham - Modifies various aspects of the criminal justice system
SB 404 - Koster - Modifies various court costs
SB 422 - Bartle - Requires expunged records to be confidential
SB 448 - Crowell - Allows sheriffs to agree as to which county's jail will house a defendant after a change of venue
SB 489 - Loudon - Creates requirements for those who sell animals for research purposes only
SB 495 - Mayer - Notification given to a crime victim must utilize the statewide automated crime victim notification system
SB 511 - Callahan - Provides when a prosecution for a misdemeanor, infraction, or felony is commenced
SB 512 - Callahan - Removes language stating that a person commits the crime of tampering with a witness "in an official proceeding"
SB 513 - Callahan - Repeals provisions requiring prosecutors to pay certain court costs
SB 520 - Callahan - Requires a person arrested and confined without a warrant be discharged from custody within 48 hours unless charged
HB 49 - Jolly - Modifies provisions regarding early release of prisoners
HB 196 - Wildberger - Modifies provisions relating to arson, burning, and exploding
HB 353 - Lipke - Modifies provisions relating to crime
HB 362 - Lipke - Requires expunged records to be confidential
HB 456 - Kuessner - Eliminates a grand jury's duty to examine public buildings and report on their condition
HB 498 - Kratky - Changes the laws regarding stealing, tampering, and stolen property and requires specific restitution in certain cases

Dentists (6)

SB 177 - Shields - Modifies a number of provisions regarding professional registration
SB 321 - Shields - Establishes the Dental Carve-Out Act of 2005 to implement a process of providing dental benefits to public assistance recipients
SB 348 - Clemens - Exempts dentists from acupuncture licensing requirements
SB 523 - Cauthorn - Establishes a distant dental hygientist learning program
HB 232 - Portwood - Increases the fees health care providers can charge for copying a patient's health care record
HB 400 - Yates - Establishes the Dental Carve-Out Act of 2005 to implement a process for providing dental benefits to public assistance recipients

Disabilities (21)

SB 15 - Kennedy - Provides a tax credit for modifying a home for a disabled person
SB 28 - Dolan - Modifies language regarding anti-kickback penalties and certain pharmaceutical companies and establishes the "Well-Being committee" to aid pharmacies
SB 102 - Bartle - Certain school districts shall be reimbursed fully for costs associated with offering certain special educational services
SB 173 - Scott - Creates a graduated increase in payments to sheltered workshops and alters bidding preferences for products and services from sheltered workshops
SB 287 - Shields - Transitions the state away from a tax-rate driven education funding formula to a student-needs based education funding formula
SB 454 - Loudon - Students may receive foreign language credit in public education institutions for sign language classes
SB 481 - Shields - Alters policies regarding public school special education services
SB 485 - Days - Allows senior and disabled persons to defer increases in property tax payments
SB 500 - Gibbons - Provides for family cost participation in the Part C early intervention system
SB 518 - Kennedy - Creates the Assistive Technology Trust Fund for assistive technology
SB 532 - Ridgeway - Creates the Medical Ownership Program, a medicaid coverage program dealing with managed health savings accounts
SB 555 - Shields - Provides financial assistance to physically disabled persons for personal care assistance services through eligible vendors
HB 116 - Deeken - Establishes the rights of persons who utilize service dogs
HB 258 - Cunningham - Repeals the requirement that school districts conduct an annual census of children with disabilities who reside in the school district
HB 276 - Cunningham - Allows special education laws to comply with the recent reauthorization of the federal Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA)
HB 280 - Walsh - Requires election judges to take voting ballots and equipment to physically disabled voters unable to enter polling places
HB 321 - Yates - Creates the Assistive Technology Trust Fund and places requirements upon the Assistive Technology Advisory Council
HB 397 - Henke - Adds certified nurse practitioners to the list of health care providers authorized to issue a physician's statement for the purpose of obtaining a disabled license plate
HB 530 - Moore - Students may receive foreign language credit in public education institutions for sign language classes
HB 649 - Fares - Provides a fifty percent income tax credit for property tax payments made by elderly and disabled people
HB 827 - Portwood - Modifies the eligibility requirements of an employed disabled person requesting medical assistance under the federal Ticket to Work and Work Incentives Improvement Act of 1999

Domestic Relations (3)

SB 104 - Bartle - Allows parental rights to be terminated for the domestic murder of a spouse
SB 325 - Bray - Restricts firearm possession for individuals involved in domestic violence
SB 451 - Dolan - Requires prosecuting attorneys to impanel adult abuse fatality review panels

Drainage and Levee Districts (1)

HB 563 - Rucker - Allows a court to reinstate and extend the life of drainage and levee districts up to five years after lapse of its corporate charter

Drugs and Controlled Substances (19)

SB 1 - Loudon - Amends various provisions of workers' compensation law
SB 27 - Champion - Creates new requirements when selling pseudoephedrine products at pharmacies
SB 39 - Bray - Closes the drug benefit coverage gap that was created due to the enactment of the Medicare Act of 2003
SB 40 - Bray - Prohibits any governmental entity from interfering with the right to obtain or use contraceptives
SB 75 - Champion - Closes the drug benefit coverage gap that was created due to the enactment of the Medicare Act of 2003
SB 90 - Dougherty - Authorizes advanced practice nurses to prescribe certain controlled substances
SB 158 - Cauthorn - Establishes a prescription monitoring program
SB 159 - Cauthorn - Adds various substances to the controlled substance schedules
SB 163 - Loudon - Amends various provisions regarding unemployment compensation
SB 197 - Gross - Prohibits public school athletic teams from participating in athletic tournaments held in municipalities tolerant of marijuana usage
SB 319 - Koster - Regulates unemployment benefits, the transfer of companies for the purpose of calculating the contribution rate for unemployment, and sets out provisions for alcohol and controlled substance tests
SB 350 - Wilson - Prohibits distribution of controlled substances in parks
SB 402 - Gibbons - Modifies laws relating to underage drinking
SB 438 - Bartle - Makes production of meth in the home of a minor child endangerment in the first degree
SB 492 - Kennedy - Requires drug testing for contractors and employees working at or near a school
HB 56 - Threlkeld - Allows pharmaceutical companies to rebate portions of copayments to multiple sclerosis patients without violating anti-kickback and anti-rebate laws
HB 108 - Schaaf - Allows insureds or enrolles to pay customary retail price of a prescription drug if the retail price is lower than the health carrier's copay
HB 441 - Behnen - Creates restrictions regarding the sale of products containing ephedrine and pseudoephedrine
HCR 15 - Baker - Urges the Governor, the U.S. President, and the U.S. Congress to oppose efforts to allow trucks to enter Missouri without prior inspection at the United States border

Drunk Driving/Boating (8)

SB 37 - Nodler - Modifies various provisions concerning alcohol related offenses
SB 52 - Loudon - Prohibits recovery of noneconomic damages for injuries incurred during certain motor vehicle violations
SB 78 - Dolan - Denies municipal courts from granting suspended imposition of sentences for certain prior/persistent offenders
SB 221 - Dolan - Modifies several provisions of law relating to motor vehicles including primary seat belt enforcement
SB 356 - Shields - Enhances penalties for chronic and aggravated drunk offenders and creates crime of aggravated vehicular manslaughter
SB 402 - Gibbons - Modifies laws relating to underage drinking
SB 424 - Callahan - Enhances penalties for chronic and aggravated drunk offenders and creates crime of aggravated vehicular manslaughter
HB 972 - Jetton - Modifies laws relating to crime

Easements and Conveyances (16)

SB 69 - Shields - Authorizes the conveyance of land in Jackson County to Kansas City
SB 174 - Vogel - Authorizes the state to convey land to the Regional West Fire Protection District
SB 288 - Klindt - Authorizes the Governor to convey land in Nodaway County to the Delta Nu Teke Association
SB 332 - Crowell - Authorizes the Governor to convey land in Scott County to Sikeston Acquisition
SB 364 - Purgason - Authorizes the Board of Governors of Southwest Missouri State University to convey land in Howell and Greene County
SB 382 - Vogel - Authorizes the governor to convey the State Health Laboratory in Jefferson City
SB 392 - Coleman - Authorizes the Governor to convey the Midtown Habilitation Center to St. Louis University
SB 450 - Dolan - Authorizes the Governor to convey various pieces of state property
SB 502 - Gibbons - Authorizes the Governor to convey land to Manchester United Methodist Church in exchange for another parcel of land
HB 260 - Deeken - Authorizes the Governor to convey state property located in Cole County to the Cole County Regional West Fire District
HB 422 - Black - Authorizes the Governor to convey state property in Mississippi County to the City of Charleston
HB 453 - May - Authorizes the Governor to convey state property located in Phelps County to the City of St. James
HB 531 - Wright - Authorizes the Governor to convey state property in Green County to the Greater Ozarks Association for Retarded Citizens
HB 631 - Portwood - Authorizes the Governor to convey land to Manchester United Methodist Church in exchange for another parcel of land
HB 685 - Franz - Authorizes the Board of Governors of Southwest Missouri State University to convey land located in Howell County and Springfield
HB 743 - Kingery - Authorizes the Governor to convey state property located in Madison County to the United States government for forestry purposes

Economic Development (21)

SB 70 - Shields - Modifies the BUILD tax credit program, tax increment financing, the quality jobs program, the local economic development sales tax, and health insurance claims history
SB 80 - Bartle - Dedicates at least 10% of future TIF increments to schools affected by the TIF
SB 99 - Champion - Modifies the procedure of the Joint Committee on Economic Development policy and planning
SB 124 - Nodler - Provides discretion to the Public Service Commission to permit recovery of costs by electrical corporations
SB 135 - Wheeler - Modifies law with respect to the Missouri Abandoned Housing Act
SB 156 - Shields - Modifies powers of port authorities with respect to property ownership and development
SB 200 - Gross - Prohibits more than 50% of any flood plain from being used for residential, industrial, or commercial use
SB 269 - Shields - Amends provisions of the entertainer and athlete tax relating to allocation of funds
SB 270 - Scott - Modifies the linked deposit program and other duties of the State Treasurer
SB 282 - Green - Revises regulation of tax increment financing
SB 284 - Cauthorn - Creates the Dairy Herd Development Revolving Fund
SB 343 - Bartle - Changes the laws regarding job development programs administered by the Department of Economic Development
SB 406 - Gross - Limits the issuance and redemption of economic development tax credits to a percentage of net general revenue
SB 541 - Callahan - Exempts attorneys' fees from calculation in project costs in Jackson County for tax increment financing
SB 545 - Loudon - Creates the "Quality Jobs Act" for the state of Missouri
HB 40 - Tilley - Modifies the requirements for board of director members for an industrial development corporation in county of the second classification
HB 91 - Johnson - Modifies the law for tax increment financing when dealing with redevelopment ares, plans, and projects
HB 135 - Richard - Modifies eligibility for the BUILD program, creates the Missouri quality jobs program and raises the T.I.F. and MODESA caps, and modifies the sales tax holiday
HB 431 - Wright - Allows certain buildings in Springfield eligible to receive the sales and income tax increment of MODRESA
HB 468 - Richard - Modifies the linked deposit program and other duties of the State Treasurer
HB 863 - Wasson - Establishes the Downtown Revitalization Preservation Program for economic development

Economic Development Dept. (15)

SB 252 - Koster - Creates the Missouri Military Preparedness and Enhancement Commission
SB 493 - Kennedy - Creates licensure requirements for private investigators
SB 523 - Cauthorn - Establishes a distant dental hygientist learning program
SB 524 - Coleman - Regulates the licensing of naturopathic physicians
SB 545 - Loudon - Creates the "Quality Jobs Act" for the state of Missouri
HB 91 - Johnson - Modifies the law for tax increment financing when dealing with redevelopment ares, plans, and projects
HB 135 - Richard - Modifies eligibility for the BUILD program, creates the Missouri quality jobs program and raises the T.I.F. and MODESA caps, and modifies the sales tax holiday
HB 174 - Wood - Authorizes revocation of a real estate license for persons convicted of certain felonies and defines exclusive brokerage agreements
HB 348 - Pearce - Creates the Missouri Military Preparedness and Enhancement Commission
HB 379 - Cooper - Modifies compensation for certain employees of the divisions of finance and credit unions
HB 431 - Wright - Allows certain buildings in Springfield eligible to receive the sales and income tax increment of MODRESA
HB 665 - Behnen - Modifies a number of provisions regarding professional registration
HB 707 - Cunningham - Modifies authority of Division of Finance over banks and other financial institutions
HB 738 - Behnen - Modifies procedure for licensure as a real estate appraiser
HB 863 - Wasson - Establishes the Downtown Revitalization Preservation Program for economic development

Education, Elementary and Secondary (57)

SB 9 - Dougherty - Amends the offense of distributing a controlled substance near schools to include long-term and child care facilities
SB 20 - Shields - Creates a tax credit for teachers' related out-of-pocket expenses
SB 42 - Days - Modifies provisions regarding early childhood special education
SB 79 - Bartle - Increases the gambling boat admission fees
SB 81 - Bartle - Removes the line 1(b) calculation in the school foundation formula
SB 85 - Crowell - Establishes the Classroom Trust Fund
SB 87 - Klindt - Prohibits A+ reimbursements from being issued to any four-year institution of higher learning
SB 91 - Dougherty - Allows certain private vocational, technical schools and certain proprietary schools to receive A+ reimbursements
SB 102 - Bartle - Certain school districts shall be reimbursed fully for costs associated with offering certain special educational services
SB 103 - Bartle - Allows school districts to convene a committee of their board in order to rule on pupil residency waiver requests
SB 109 - Dougherty - Alters provisions regarding teacher tenure
SB 112 - Coleman - Formulates a procedure for recalling school board members
SB 115 - Bartle - Alters provisions regarding pupil enrollment hearings
SB 116 - Bartle - Establishes the Classroom Trust Fund
SB 118 - Bray - Alters provisions regarding teacher termination hearings
SB 125 - Taylor - Exempts school bus fuel from state sales tax
SB 136 - Champion - Permits certain school districts a waiver from DESE allowing the district to choose its own accreditation standards
SB 161 - Gross - Establishes the "Founding Documents Protection Act"
SB 184 - Coleman - Imposes a surcharge on certain felony court proceedings to fund certain school-related programs
SB 197 - Gross - Prohibits public school athletic teams from participating in athletic tournaments held in municipalities tolerant of marijuana usage
SB 198 - Gross - Disallows any provider of abortion services from providing sex education to public school students
SB 214 - Scott - Each child enrolled in kindergarten, or first grade to receive comprehensive vision examinations
SB 229 - Bray - Allows the hiring of a retired teacher to work between 550 and 800 hours without losing their retirement benefits
SB 248 - Dolan - Creates a tax deduction for elementary and secondary school expenses
SB 254 - Engler - Criminalizes distribution and possession of certain prescription medications on school property
SB 266 - Gibbons - Alters the definition of "teacher" in the teacher tenure act
SB 285 - Clemens - Certain school districts may resume participation in the career ladder program at the same matching level for which the district qualified during its last year of participation
SB 287 - Shields - Transitions the state away from a tax-rate driven education funding formula to a student-needs based education funding formula
SB 297 - Coleman - Alters the metropolitan school district's procedures with regard to employees subject to removal
SB 298 - Coleman - Alters provisions regarding the superintendent and teachers of the St. Louis public school system
SB 299 - Coleman - Removes school principals from certain sections of the Metropolitan school district's teacher tenure statute
SB 302 - Coleman - Changes the election date for certain St. Louis school board members
SB 306 - Purgason - Raises the amount school board members may accept for performing services for (or selling property to) their district
SB 333 - Green - Adopts an air quality program for schools, lays out the procedures and includes reporting provisions
SB 336 - Dougherty - Allows certain private vocational, technical schools and certain proprietary schools to receive A+ reimbursements
SB 454 - Loudon - Students may receive foreign language credit in public education institutions for sign language classes
SB 455 - Loudon - Makes revisions to laws concerning charter schools
SB 473 - Kennedy - Provides an inflation increase in the per-pupil amount of state aid for hold-harmless school districts
SB 475 - Kennedy - Alters the foundation formula by adding a condition to the hold-harmless calculation
SB 480 - Shields - Encourages effective involvement by parents and families in support of their children's education
SB 481 - Shields - Alters policies regarding public school special education services
SB 492 - Kennedy - Requires drug testing for contractors and employees working at or near a school
SB 500 - Gibbons - Provides for family cost participation in the Part C early intervention system
SB 515 - Taylor - Requires summer school programs be run by the school district in order for the district to double count its summer school attendance
SCR 4 - Ridgeway - Encourages legislative support of increasing physical education programs in our public schools
SJR 4 - Cauthorn - Allows a school district to provide transportation for private school pupils
SJR 15 - Coleman - Creates the "Education First Trust Fund"
SJR 17 - Crowell - Alters the membership of the State Board of Education
SJR 18 - Bartle - Grants the power to determine public school funding exclusively to the General Assembly and Governor, not the Judiciary
SJR 20 - Shields - Proposes a constitutional amendment to elevate the allowable level of bonded indebtedness for school districts from 15 percent to 20 percent
HB 258 - Cunningham - Repeals the requirement that school districts conduct an annual census of children with disabilities who reside in the school district
HB 276 - Cunningham - Allows special education laws to comply with the recent reauthorization of the federal Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA)
HB 297 - Pearce - Renders several alterations to the state's education policy
HB 320 - Muschany - Revises procedures for lapse of school districts and institutes a School Wellness Pilot Program
HB 473 - Yates - Allows school districts to convene a committee of their board in order to rule on pupil residency waiver requests
HB 530 - Moore - Students may receive foreign language credit in public education institutions for sign language classes
HB 539 - Icet - Grants school districts the right to include hiring incentives

Education, Higher (31)

SB 19 - Shields - Renames both Missouri Western State College and Missouri Southern State University-Joplin
SB 25 - Champion - Renames "Southwest Missouri State University" as "Missouri State University"
SB 36 - Nodler - Increases the number of voting members on the governing board of Missouri Southern State University-Joplin
SB 48 - Crowell - Freezes tuition rates from the time Missouri undergraduates enter college until they graduate
SB 66 - Coleman - Establishes a tuition grant program for children of deceased military members
SB 68 - Shields - Creates a sales tax exemption for certain college athletic events
SB 87 - Klindt - Prohibits A+ reimbursements from being issued to any four-year institution of higher learning
SB 89 - Dougherty - Allows foster children to receive a tuition and fee waiver to state-funded colleges or universities
SB 91 - Dougherty - Allows certain private vocational, technical schools and certain proprietary schools to receive A+ reimbursements
SB 97 - Coleman - Changes the name of Harris-Stowe State College to Harris-Stowe State University
SB 98 - Champion - Changes the names of various higher education institutions
SB 105 - Bray - Permits underage culinary students to taste, but not consume, certain alcoholic beverages as required by a curriculum
SB 114 - Champion - Alters the composition of the governing board of Southwest Missouri State University from eight members to ten
SB 175 - Koster - Creates a scholarship program for children of deceased veterans
SB 195 - Graham - Alters certain property and gaming tax policies and directs resulting revenue to several programs in higher education
SB 231 - Crowell - Increases the General Assembly's fiscal supervision of public higher education institutions
SB 254 - Engler - Criminalizes distribution and possession of certain prescription medications on school property
SB 286 - Nodler - The Coordinating Board shall hold out-of-state public higher education institutions to criteria similar to those required of public in-state higher education institutions
SB 296 - Coleman - Makes certain students eligible for in-state tuition, regardless of their immigration status
SB 324 - Scott - Modifies the Missouri higher education savings program
SB 336 - Dougherty - Allows certain private vocational, technical schools and certain proprietary schools to receive A+ reimbursements
SB 386 - Loudon - Authorizes the Joint Committee on Wagering and Gaming to solicit bids for a university study of pathological gambling in Missouri
SB 417 - Engler - Extends voting rights to a student curator or governing board member of various higher education institutions
SB 446 - Crowell - Imposes a four-year ban on certain persons being employed by public four-year higher education institutions
SB 454 - Loudon - Students may receive foreign language credit in public education institutions for sign language classes
SB 492 - Kennedy - Requires drug testing for contractors and employees working at or near a school
SB 526 - Scott - Establishes a minimum length of time to hold contributions in the Missouri Higher Education Savings Program
SCR 17 - Scott - Creates the Joint Interim Committee on Investments in Higher Education Savings Programs
HB 94 - Cunningham - Establishes a tutition grant program for children and spouses of certain deceased military members
HB 440 - Pratt - Extends voting rights to a student curator or governing board member of various higher education institutions
HB 530 - Moore - Students may receive foreign language credit in public education institutions for sign language classes

Education, Proprietary (2)

SB 91 - Dougherty - Allows certain private vocational, technical schools and certain proprietary schools to receive A+ reimbursements
SB 336 - Dougherty - Allows certain private vocational, technical schools and certain proprietary schools to receive A+ reimbursements

Elderly (18)

SB 39 - Bray - Closes the drug benefit coverage gap that was created due to the enactment of the Medicare Act of 2003
SB 75 - Champion - Closes the drug benefit coverage gap that was created due to the enactment of the Medicare Act of 2003
SB 153 - Graham - Modifies the law relating to ombudsman volunteers
SB 167 - Green - Requires privately funded mental health facilities to have the same reporting requirements for patient abuse as state mental health facilities
SB 226 - Cauthorn - Modifies provisions relating to the Medicaid program
SB 353 - Gibbons - Extends expiration date of the Missouri senior RX program
SB 393 - Stouffer - Prescribes requirements for assisted living residences
SB 428 - Callahan - Requires insurance companies to discount insurance premiums by ten percent to senior citizens
SB 442 - Ridgeway - Modifies penalties and definitions for the crime of financial exploitation of the elderly and disabled
SB 457 - Wheeler - Modifies the law relating to ombudsman volunteers
SB 522 - Ridgeway - Provides for an informal dispute resolution for long-term care facilities to contest inspections or complaint investigations
SB 532 - Ridgeway - Creates the Medical Ownership Program, a medicaid coverage program dealing with managed health savings accounts
SB 539 - Purgason - Modifies provisions in various health care and social services programs
SB 555 - Shields - Provides financial assistance to physically disabled persons for personal care assistance services through eligible vendors
HB 229 - Portwood - Modifies the Homestead Exemption Tax Credit
HB 230 - Portwood - Prohibits a person from claiming both the circuit breaker income tax credit and the homestead property tax exemption credit
HB 649 - Fares - Provides a fifty percent income tax credit for property tax payments made by elderly and disabled people
HB 681 - Chappelle-Nadal - Renames the Office of Advocacy and Assistance for the Elderly to the Office of Advocacy and Assistance for Senior Citizens

Elections (18)

SB 4 - Klindt - Repeals voting a straight party ticket
SB 50 - Taylor - Requires proof of U.S. citizenship when registering to vote
SB 54 - Loudon - Repeals the option of voting a straight party ticket
SB 84 - Bray - Modifies paperwork requirements in the formation of a new political party
SB 176 - Vogel - Provides for elections in Cole County and the City of Poplar Bluff
SB 257 - Koster - Authorizes the Cass County Commission to seek a board of election commissioners
SB 263 - Griesheimer - Makes the election of the Warren County emergency services board during the first yearly municipal election
SB 302 - Coleman - Changes the election date for certain St. Louis school board members
SB 389 - Taylor - Creates new election offenses for using wireless electronic recording devices in polling places
SB 421 - Bartle - Requires a verified petition be submitted in order to form a transportation district
SB 472 - Coleman - Modifies advanced voting and privacy of persons applying to vote by advanced ballot
SB 478 - Scott - Modifies provisions relating to elections
SB 479 - Scott - Modifies requirement of financial statement for official of certain political subdivisions
SB 542 - Callahan - Prohibits certain convicted criminals from qualifying for public office
SB 543 - Callahan - Places term limits on the county executive and members of the legislature in Jackson County
SJR 16 - Gross - Modifies tenure and retention for Missouri Supreme Court judges
HB 280 - Walsh - Requires election judges to take voting ballots and equipment to physically disabled voters unable to enter polling places
HB 342 - Baker - Authorizes the Cass County Commission to seek a board of election commissioners

Elementary and Secondary Education Dept. (22)

SB 102 - Bartle - Certain school districts shall be reimbursed fully for costs associated with offering certain special educational services
SB 136 - Champion - Permits certain school districts a waiver from DESE allowing the district to choose its own accreditation standards
SB 146 - Dougherty - Allows the Department of Health to investigate complaints of air quality in public schools
SB 161 - Gross - Establishes the "Founding Documents Protection Act"
SB 173 - Scott - Creates a graduated increase in payments to sheltered workshops and alters bidding preferences for products and services from sheltered workshops
SB 184 - Coleman - Imposes a surcharge on certain felony court proceedings to fund certain school-related programs
SB 214 - Scott - Each child enrolled in kindergarten, or first grade to receive comprehensive vision examinations
SB 285 - Clemens - Certain school districts may resume participation in the career ladder program at the same matching level for which the district qualified during its last year of participation
SB 287 - Shields - Transitions the state away from a tax-rate driven education funding formula to a student-needs based education funding formula
SB 333 - Green - Adopts an air quality program for schools, lays out the procedures and includes reporting provisions
SB 455 - Loudon - Makes revisions to laws concerning charter schools
SB 475 - Kennedy - Alters the foundation formula by adding a condition to the hold-harmless calculation
SB 480 - Shields - Encourages effective involvement by parents and families in support of their children's education
SB 481 - Shields - Alters policies regarding public school special education services
SJR 17 - Crowell - Alters the membership of the State Board of Education
HB 258 - Cunningham - Repeals the requirement that school districts conduct an annual census of children with disabilities who reside in the school district
HB 276 - Cunningham - Allows special education laws to comply with the recent reauthorization of the federal Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA)
HB 297 - Pearce - Renders several alterations to the state's education policy
HB 320 - Muschany - Revises procedures for lapse of school districts and institutes a School Wellness Pilot Program
HB 473 - Yates - Allows school districts to convene a committee of their board in order to rule on pupil residency waiver requests
HB 539 - Icet - Grants school districts the right to include hiring incentives
HCR 24 - Bowman Sr. - Encourages a mandated high school course in personal finance economics

Emblems (2)

HB 33 - Phillips - Designates the North American Bullfrog as the official state amphibian
HB 219 - Salva - Designates a room in the Missouri State Archives as the "Alex M. Petrovic Reading Room"

Emergencies (8)

SB 206 - Champion - Allows certain buildings in the City of Springfield to be eligible for tax increment financing
SB 263 - Griesheimer - Makes the election of the Warren County emergency services board during the first yearly municipal election
SB 409 - Graham - Requires all health clubs to have at least one automated external defibrillator
SB 516 - Griesheimer - Eliminates a provision in Section 99.847 allowing districts to receive reimbursement for emergency services
SB 551 - Mayer - Adds a definition for emergency as it relates to removal of a child from the home
HB 269 - Bruns - Creates a cause of action for injury to emergency personnel caused by the tortious actions of another person
HB 413 - Hubbard - Requires the Department of Health and Senior Services to offer a vaccination program for first responders deployed to disaster areas as a result of bioterrorism events
HB 487 - Bruns - Modifies numerous provisions relating to motor vehicles, including background checks on school bus drivers, issuance of motor vehicle titles, and driver licenses

Eminent Domain and Condemnation (3)

SB 86 - Crowell - Changes the deadline for filing exceptions to a condemnation commissioners' report
SB 311 - Dolan - Permits certain utility companies to place their facilities with the rights-of-way on highways
HB 567 - Stevenson - Changes the deadline for filing exception to a condemnation commissioners' report

Employees - Employers (22)

SB 1 - Loudon - Amends various provisions of workers' compensation law
SB 34 - Clemens - Amends the definition of employer and employment as it pertains to unemployment compensation
SB 82 - Bray - Requires applicants for Medicaid and CHIPs to identify the proposed beneficiary's employer
SB 111 - Cauthorn - Broadens disqualifying misconduct in employment law and allows some individuals to waive the protections of the workers' compensation law for religious reasons
SB 119 - Bray - Revises employment practices relating to gender
SB 120 - Bray - Establishes the Public Employee Due Process Act
SB 130 - Clemens - Amends the definition of employer and employee as it pertains to workers compensation
SB 149 - Nodler - Establishes hearing for restatement and back-pay award
SB 150 - Green - Creates the Public Service Accountability Act
SB 163 - Loudon - Amends various provisions regarding unemployment compensation
SB 185 - Loudon - Establishes the Open Contracting Act for state and local public works projects
SB 277 - Bray - Allows small employers to obtain medical coverage through the Missouri Consolidated Health Care Plan
SB 291 - Mayer - Modifies prevailing wage law
SB 319 - Koster - Regulates unemployment benefits, the transfer of companies for the purpose of calculating the contribution rate for unemployment, and sets out provisions for alcohol and controlled substance tests
SB 334 - Green - Add penalties for employing illegal aliens
SB 345 - Vogel - Creates provisions for transfer of ownership of a company and the employer's obligation for the unemployment experience
SB 367 - Cauthorn - Changes requirement for payment of overtime hours for nonexempt state employees
SB 381 - Ridgeway - Creates and modifies provisions relating to the use of personal information and identity theft
SB 459 - Green - Creates a tax deduction for small businesses and farmers that provide health insurance for employees
SB 510 - Koster - Modifies some indebtedness programs for employers
SB 545 - Loudon - Creates the "Quality Jobs Act" for the state of Missouri
HB 500 - Smith - Changes the laws regarding the transfer of a business and its unemployment experience rate by an employer

Employment Security (3)

SB 34 - Clemens - Amends the definition of employer and employment as it pertains to unemployment compensation
SB 129 - Vogel - Changes the title of the official required to hear employment security cases from "referee" to "administrative appeals judge"
SB 163 - Loudon - Amends various provisions regarding unemployment compensation

Energy (2)

SB 6 - Klindt - Establishes the Missouri Alternative and Renewable Energy Technology Commission
SCR 12 - Koster - Urges Congress to establish a domestic energy policy that promotes greater energy efficiency

Engineers (2)

SB 278 - Nodler - Authorizes the Board of Architects, Professional Engineers, Land Surveyors and Landscape Architects to seek civil penalties
HB 345 - Baker - Prohibits the Cass County Commissioner and County Highway Engineer on the county planning board from voting

Entertainment, Sports and Amusements (4)

SB 269 - Shields - Amends provisions of the entertainer and athlete tax relating to allocation of funds
HB 450 - Meiners - Modifies provisions relating to wine
HB 479 - Ervin - Authorizes the disincorporation of a regional recreational district in Clay County upon the request of the district
HB 515 - Wood - Amends provisions relating to tourism community enhancement districts

Environmental Protection (17)

SB 6 - Klindt - Establishes the Missouri Alternative and Renewable Energy Technology Commission
SB 8 - Dougherty - Creates the "Children's Environmental Health and Protection Advisory Council"
SB 22 - Griesheimer - Changes motor vehicle emission requirements
SB 56 - Klindt - Amends and reinstates the waste tire fee
SB 146 - Dougherty - Allows the Department of Health to investigate complaints of air quality in public schools
SB 148 - Nodler - Modifies the Land Reclamation Act
SB 187 - Cauthorn - Changes the law relating to concentrated animal feeding operations
SB 192 - Engler - Allows for the disposal of hazardous materials in certain circumstances
SB 225 - Cauthorn - Modifies various sections pertaining to hazardous waste
SB 333 - Green - Adopts an air quality program for schools, lays out the procedures and includes reporting provisions
SB 482 - Cauthorn - Modifies air contaminant source fees
SB 483 - Cauthorn - Provides a time frame for addressing non-compliance issues with the Department of Natural Resources
SB 503 - Cauthorn - Provides the opportunity for environmental audits
SR 448 - Engler - Urges Congress to adopt multi-emission legislation
HB 192 - Sander - Reinstates the waste tire fee
HB 697 - Lembke - Revises the law on motor vehicle emissions inspections
HB 824 - Hobbs - Changes various environmental regulations

Estates, Wills and Trusts (4)

SB 338 - Gross - Modifies provisions relating to the homestead exemption tax credit
SB 366 - Wheeler - Modifies list of priority designations
SB 547 - Loudon - Grants courts power to appoint trustees to disburse funds for health care when a patient is in a persistent vegetative state
HB 229 - Portwood - Modifies the Homestead Exemption Tax Credit

Ethics (7)

SB 240 - Scott - Modifies numerous provisions regarding lobbying and campaign finance disclosure
SB 241 - Scott - Repeals requirement that lobbyists report on legislation they are supporting or opposing
SB 479 - Scott - Modifies requirement of financial statement for official of certain political subdivisions
SB 549 - Green - Prohibits certain relatives of elected officials from registering as a lobbyist or serving as fee agents
HB 524 - May - Repeals the requirement that lobbyists report on legislation they are supporting or opposing
HB 525 - May - Modifies numerous provisions regarding lobbying and campaign finance disclosure
HB 577 - Kuessner - Raises the amount of money political subdivision officers may accept for performing services for (or selling property to) their political subdivision

Evidence (11)

SB 1 - Loudon - Amends various provisions of workers' compensation law
SB 55 - Klindt - Makes information collected in the course of an insurance compliance audit privileged information
SB 163 - Loudon - Amends various provisions regarding unemployment compensation
SB 232 - Loudon - Modifies special motion to dismiss in Strategic Litigation Against Public Participation (SLAPP)
SB 271 - Scott - Enacts various measures relating to tort reform
SB 320 - Koster - Creates lien for nonpayment of rental equipment fees
SB 384 - Scott - Authorizes an insurer to reserve the right to contest coverage
SB 385 - Scott - Enacts various measures relating to civil liability and procedure
SB 397 - Graham - Modifies various aspects of the criminal justice system
HB 388 - Yates - Makes certain Department of Insurance records nonpublic
HB 393 - Byrd - Changes the laws affecting claims for damages and their payment and establishes venue in all tort actions

Family Law (8)

SB 21 - Shields - Modifies laws of adoption and creates the "Putative Father Registry" fund
SB 104 - Bartle - Allows parental rights to be terminated for the domestic murder of a spouse
SB 154 - Bray - Modifies the law relating to the establishment of paternity
SB 331 - Coleman - Modifies various provisions relating to delinquent child support payments
SB 376 - Loudon - Provides immunity from liability to private contractors working under the direction of the children's division
SB 395 - Scott - Allows for certain local courts to impose surcharges to establish an Alternative Dispute Resolution program
HB 205 - Salva - Prohibits the disclosure of Social Security numbers on child support checks, correspondence, and documents
HB 568 - Stevenson - Changes the laws regarding the protection of children

Family Services Division (9)

SB 60 - Dougherty - Increases the foster care reimbursement and the adoption subsidy rates over a four-year period
SB 89 - Dougherty - Allows foster children to receive a tuition and fee waiver to state-funded colleges or universities
SB 154 - Bray - Modifies the law relating to the establishment of paternity
SB 155 - Mayer - Requires certain identifying information to be expunged by the Division of Family Services
SB 294 - Bray - Creates the "Freedom=Choice" license plate and corresponding fund to pay for family planning services
SB 410 - Graham - Provides for the exclusion of assets for purposes of determining eligibility for public assistance
SB 551 - Mayer - Adds a definition for emergency as it relates to removal of a child from the home
HB 205 - Salva - Prohibits the disclosure of Social Security numbers on child support checks, correspondence, and documents
HB 568 - Stevenson - Changes the laws regarding the protection of children

Federal - State Relations (6)

SB 39 - Bray - Closes the drug benefit coverage gap that was created due to the enactment of the Medicare Act of 2003
SB 75 - Champion - Closes the drug benefit coverage gap that was created due to the enactment of the Medicare Act of 2003
SB 535 - Vogel - Creates a sales and use tax exemption for certain items used to fulfill obligations with the federal government
HCR 9 - Bivins - Urges the United States Congress to immediately repeal the Government Pension Offset and Windfall Elimination Provision of the Social Security Act
HCR 11 - Sander - Encourages the Missouri Congressional Delegation to end the abuse of tort laws against the firearms industry.
HCR 15 - Baker - Urges the Governor, the U.S. President, and the U.S. Congress to oppose efforts to allow trucks to enter Missouri without prior inspection at the United States border

Fees (15)

SB 21 - Shields - Modifies laws of adoption and creates the "Putative Father Registry" fund
SB 58 - Dougherty - Modifies recording fees and their use
SB 169 - Gross - Renews aviation sales tax until 2010
SB 170 - Gross - Extends the dry cleaning fee until 2012
SB 184 - Coleman - Imposes a surcharge on certain felony court proceedings to fund certain school-related programs
SB 205 - Klindt - Allows franchise fees to be used as credits
SB 337 - Crowell - Authorizes circuit clerks to retain fee for processing passport applications
SB 355 - Griesheimer - Makes changes in the law relating to agriculture and agricultural products
SB 404 - Koster - Modifies various court costs
SB 423 - Bartle - Creates new provisions and makes modifications to the DNA profiling system
SB 482 - Cauthorn - Modifies air contaminant source fees
SB 491 - Klindt - Modifies fee for statewide court automation fund and sets expiration dates for other funds
SB 530 - Vogel - Waives the additional fee for military specialized license plates
SB 549 - Green - Prohibits certain relatives of elected officials from registering as a lobbyist or serving as fee agents
HB 361 - Lipke - Exempts traffic violation cases from the $15 surcharge used for the DNA profiling analysis of convicted felons

Fire Protection (4)

SB 174 - Vogel - Authorizes the state to convey land to the Regional West Fire Protection District
SB 484 - Stouffer - Allows fire protection districts to charge people who live outside the district for emergency services provided within the district
HB 127 - Bivins - Limits the number of attendance fees that fire protection district board members can receive
HB 260 - Deeken - Authorizes the Governor to convey state property located in Cole County to the Cole County Regional West Fire District

Firearms (1)

SB 325 - Bray - Restricts firearm possession for individuals involved in domestic violence

Firearms and Fireworks (6)

SB 41 - Bray - Creates the crime of negligent storage of a firearm
SB 157 - Crowell - Allows money from the County Sheriff's Revolving Fund to be used for necessary expenses associated with concealed carry endorsements
SB 234 - Purgason - Allows money from the County Sheriff's Revolving Fund to be used for necessary expenses with concealed carry endorsements
SB 283 - Champion - Allows cities and counties to prohibit concealed firearms in certain recreational facilities
HB 365 - Munzlinger - Allows moneys from the county sheriff's revolving fund to be used for expenses with concealed carry endorsements
HCR 11 - Sander - Encourages the Missouri Congressional Delegation to end the abuse of tort laws against the firearms industry.

Funerals and Funeral Directors (2)

SB 243 - Scott - Modifies various provisions dealing with the reporting and investigating of an individual's death
SB 366 - Wheeler - Modifies list of priority designations

Gambling (11)

SB 79 - Bartle - Increases the gambling boat admission fees
SB 85 - Crowell - Establishes the Classroom Trust Fund
SB 116 - Bartle - Establishes the Classroom Trust Fund
SB 195 - Graham - Alters certain property and gaming tax policies and directs resulting revenue to several programs in higher education
SB 272 - Gross - Limits amount of revenue collectable from gaming boat admission fees
SB 386 - Loudon - Authorizes the Joint Committee on Wagering and Gaming to solicit bids for a university study of pathological gambling in Missouri
SB 387 - Loudon - Amends provisions relating to the licensing of gambling boats and slot machines
SB 430 - Callahan - Amends the definition of gambling device
SB 477 - Scott - Prevents certain people from receiving a license to conduct gaming activities or operate excursion gambling boats
HB 560 - Wright - Places limits on the number of excursion gambling boat licenses that may be issued
HB 592 - Cooper - Requires jackpots over $1,200 won by self-excluded problem gamblers be deposited into the Compulsive Gamblers Fund

General Assembly (50)

SB 151 - Green - Prohibits state senators and representatives from receiving state health insurance
SB 201 - Green - Repeals law setting limits on campaign contributions to candidates for elected office
SB 231 - Crowell - Increases the General Assembly's fiscal supervision of public higher education institutions
SB 335 - Dougherty - Allows the Office of Administration to prohibit displays and signs in public areas of the state capitol
SB 371 - Dolan - Prohibits gifts from lobbyists to members of the General Assembly and modifies legislator per diem
SB 398 - Graham - Requires fee agents to be appointed by the governor with the advice and consent of the senate
SB 446 - Crowell - Imposes a four-year ban on certain persons being employed by public four-year higher education institutions
SB 531 - Klindt - Authorizes certain non-ABA approved law school graduates and members of the General Assembly to sit for the bar exam
SB 542 - Callahan - Prohibits certain convicted criminals from qualifying for public office
SCR 1 - Gibbons - Establishes a joint committee relating to inaugural ceremonies
SCR 2 - Cauthorn - Expresses the gratitude and support of the Senate to faith-based and community organizations
SCR 3 - Crowell - Recognizing February 14th as Congenital Heart Defect Awareness Day in Missouri
SCR 5 - Mayer - Comprehensive Cancer Action Plan for Missouri
SCR 6 - Ridgeway - Supports the negotiations of a Taiwan-United States free trade agreement
SCR 7 - Loudon - Urges Congress to consider establishing the Chiropractic Center for Military Research at Logan College of Chiropractic
SCR 8 - Ridgeway - Expresses support for Taiwan to have an observer status in the World Health Organization
SCR 9 - Bray - Opposes restructuring the Social Security Trust Fund
SCR 10 - Scott - Urges PSC to adopt rules governing the application process telecommunication providers can be certified as "eligible telecomunications carriers"
SCR 11 - Green - Designates the month of March 2005 as Irish-American Heritage Month
SCR 12 - Koster - Urges Congress to establish a domestic energy policy that promotes greater energy efficiency
SCR 13 - Griesheimer - Establishes the State Retirement Consolidation Commission
SCR 14 - Purgason - Urges Congress to investigate the recent sharp rise in gasoline prices in the US and explore ways to reduce the price of gasoline, including utilization of alternate fuels
SCR 15 - Gibbons - Establishes the Medicaid Reform Commission
SCR 16 - Gross - Establishes the Joint Interim Committee on Tax Credits
SCR 17 - Scott - Creates the Joint Interim Committee on Investments in Higher Education Savings Programs
SCR 18 - Clemens - Creates the Interim Committee on Agriculture and Natural Resources Promotion and Development
SCR 19 - Stouffer - Creates the Joint Interim Committee on a Missouri Health Care Stabilization Fund
SJR 5 - Coleman - Changes the minimum age requirements for members of the General Assembly
SJR 9 - Clemens - Creates a two-year budget cycle
SJR 13 - Bartle - Reduces the number of representatives from 163 to 99 and the number of senators from 34 to 33
SJR 15 - Coleman - Creates the "Education First Trust Fund"
SR 13 - Gibbons - Notice of Proposed Rule Change - Rule 25 (Number of committee members)
SR 143 - Stouffer - Use of the Senate Chamber by the Silver Haired Legislature on October 27, 2005 through October 28, 2005
SR 150 - Shields - Modifies numerous Senate Rules
SR 332 - Shields - Establishes rates of pay for Senate employees
SR 333 - Vogel - Allows the Missouri Catholic Conference to use the Senate Chamber October 1, 2005
SR 448 - Engler - Urges Congress to adopt multi-emission legislation
SR 520 - Vogel - Use of Chamber by the YMCA Youth in Government - November 19 and December 1 - 3, 2005
SR 901 - Mayer - Urges Congress to adopt the Constitution Restoration Act of 2005
SR 1193 - Vogel - Establishes April as "Autism Awareness Month" in Missouri
HB 524 - May - Repeals the requirement that lobbyists report on legislation they are supporting or opposing
HB 688 - Byrd - Modifies provisions for the continuance of judicial proceedings for members of the General Assembly
HCR 1 - Dempsey - Authorizes the State of the Judiciary address.
HCR 2 - Dempsey - Authorizes the State of the State address
HCR 10 - Dempsey - Schedules the State of the State of Transportation.
HCR 11 - Sander - Encourages the Missouri Congressional Delegation to end the abuse of tort laws against the firearms industry.
HCR 15 - Baker - Urges the Governor, the U.S. President, and the U.S. Congress to oppose efforts to allow trucks to enter Missouri without prior inspection at the United States border
HCR 23 - Sutherland - Directs the Comprehensive Cancer Action Plan for Missouri be posted annually on the Missouri state Internet website homepage.
HCR 24 - Bowman Sr. - Encourages a mandated high school course in personal finance economics
HCR 24 - Bowman Sr. - Encourages a mandated high school course in personal finance economics

Governor & Lt. Governor (29)

SB 69 - Shields - Authorizes the conveyance of land in Jackson County to Kansas City
SB 174 - Vogel - Authorizes the state to convey land to the Regional West Fire Protection District
SB 180 - Loudon - Makes February 6th of each year "Ronald Reagan Day" in Missouri
SB 288 - Klindt - Authorizes the Governor to convey land in Nodaway County to the Delta Nu Teke Association
SB 329 - Coleman - Prohibits a parent, sibling or child of a statewide elected official from registering as a lobbyist
SB 332 - Crowell - Authorizes the Governor to convey land in Scott County to Sikeston Acquisition
SB 338 - Gross - Modifies provisions relating to the homestead exemption tax credit
SB 364 - Purgason - Authorizes the Board of Governors of Southwest Missouri State University to convey land in Howell and Greene County
SB 373 - Bartle - Amends provisions dealing with members of the board of directors for the Missouri Employers Mutual Insurance Company
SB 382 - Vogel - Authorizes the governor to convey the State Health Laboratory in Jefferson City
SB 392 - Coleman - Authorizes the Governor to convey the Midtown Habilitation Center to St. Louis University
SB 398 - Graham - Requires fee agents to be appointed by the governor with the advice and consent of the senate
SB 450 - Dolan - Authorizes the Governor to convey various pieces of state property
SB 474 - Kennedy - Requires state tax commissioners to be state licensed real estate appraisers
SB 502 - Gibbons - Authorizes the Governor to convey land to Manchester United Methodist Church in exchange for another parcel of land
SB 521 - Crowell - Expands the membership of the Community Service Commission to include the Lieutenant Governor
SB 549 - Green - Prohibits certain relatives of elected officials from registering as a lobbyist or serving as fee agents
SCR 1 - Gibbons - Establishes a joint committee relating to inaugural ceremonies
HB 229 - Portwood - Modifies the Homestead Exemption Tax Credit
HB 260 - Deeken - Authorizes the Governor to convey state property located in Cole County to the Cole County Regional West Fire District
HB 286 - Bland - Establishes the Emancipation Day Commission
HB 422 - Black - Authorizes the Governor to convey state property in Mississippi County to the City of Charleston
HB 453 - May - Authorizes the Governor to convey state property located in Phelps County to the City of St. James
HB 531 - Wright - Authorizes the Governor to convey state property in Green County to the Greater Ozarks Association for Retarded Citizens
HB 631 - Portwood - Authorizes the Governor to convey land to Manchester United Methodist Church in exchange for another parcel of land
HB 681 - Chappelle-Nadal - Renames the Office of Advocacy and Assistance for the Elderly to the Office of Advocacy and Assistance for Senior Citizens
HB 685 - Franz - Authorizes the Board of Governors of Southwest Missouri State University to convey land located in Howell County and Springfield
HB 743 - Kingery - Authorizes the Governor to convey state property located in Madison County to the United States government for forestry purposes
HCR 2 - Dempsey - Authorizes the State of the State address

Guardians (1)

SB 104 - Bartle - Allows parental rights to be terminated for the domestic murder of a spouse

Health Care (46)

SB 2 - Loudon - Modifies laws relating to abortion
SB 28 - Dolan - Modifies language regarding anti-kickback penalties and certain pharmaceutical companies and establishes the "Well-Being committee" to aid pharmacies
SB 39 - Bray - Closes the drug benefit coverage gap that was created due to the enactment of the Medicare Act of 2003
SB 40 - Bray - Prohibits any governmental entity from interfering with the right to obtain or use contraceptives
SB 44 - Wheeler - Creates a tax deduction for organ donation
SB 49 - Crowell - Prohibits immunizations containing mercury preservatives after January 1, 2007
SB 59 - Dougherty - Prohibits use of genetic information and testing for insurance purposes
SB 74 - Champion - Creates new provisions with respect to the Department of Health and Senior Services
SB 75 - Champion - Closes the drug benefit coverage gap that was created due to the enactment of the Medicare Act of 2003
SB 82 - Bray - Requires applicants for Medicaid and CHIPs to identify the proposed beneficiary's employer
SB 164 - Crowell - Prohibits the use of public funds for health and social services programs that subsidize abortion services
SB 166 - Green - Requires reporting by employers as to how many of its employees receive publically funded health care benefits
SB 167 - Green - Requires privately funded mental health facilities to have the same reporting requirements for patient abuse as state mental health facilities
SB 203 - Dougherty - Adds young adult provisions to the Missouri Consolidated Health Care plan
SB 204 - Dougherty - Mandates insurance coverage for new phases of clinical trials undertaken for the treatment of cancer
SB 271 - Scott - Enacts various measures relating to tort reform
SB 315 - Dolan - Extends the sunset date for the licensure of health care facilities to August 28, 2008
SB 316 - Dolan - Modifies provisions of the law relating to ambulatory medical treatment centers
SB 341 - Bartle - Limites certificate of need to only long-term care facilities
SB 353 - Gibbons - Extends expiration date of the Missouri senior RX program
SB 359 - Taylor - Provides for price and performance comparisons of health care facilities to be posted on a state website
SB 363 - Kennedy - Includes unborn children within the definition of "children" for eligibility in CHIPs
SB 365 - Mayer - Provides health insurance coverage for phase I and phase II clinical trials for cancer treatment
SB 368 - Dougherty - Provides Medicaid benefits to all cancer patients
SB 369 - Dougherty - Mandates inpatient insurance coverage for mastectomies and reconstructive surgeries
SB 379 - Coleman - Sets standards for emergency care for rape victims
SB 517 - Shields - Provides the requirements for seeking a surrogate to make health care decisions when the patient is incapacitated
SB 524 - Coleman - Regulates the licensing of naturopathic physicians
SB 525 - Coleman - Requires health benefit plans to provide coverage for diagnostic testing services for chronic kidney disease patients
SB 527 - Wilson - Requires hospitals to implement a nurse-to-patient ration system
SB 528 - Bray - Establishes the Missouri Universal Health Assurance Program
SB 532 - Ridgeway - Creates the Medical Ownership Program, a medicaid coverage program dealing with managed health savings accounts
SB 547 - Loudon - Grants courts power to appoint trustees to disburse funds for health care when a patient is in a persistent vegetative state
SCR 3 - Crowell - Recognizing February 14th as Congenital Heart Defect Awareness Day in Missouri
SCR 5 - Mayer - Comprehensive Cancer Action Plan for Missouri
SCR 8 - Ridgeway - Expresses support for Taiwan to have an observer status in the World Health Organization
SCR 19 - Stouffer - Creates the Joint Interim Committee on a Missouri Health Care Stabilization Fund
HB 36 - Davis - Changes the laws regarding midwives and the practice of midwifery
HB 56 - Threlkeld - Allows pharmaceutical companies to rebate portions of copayments to multiple sclerosis patients without violating anti-kickback and anti-rebate laws
HB 100 - Cunningham - Changes the laws regarding the regulation of abortions
HB 232 - Portwood - Increases the fees health care providers can charge for copying a patient's health care record
HB 393 - Byrd - Changes the laws affecting claims for damages and their payment and establishes venue in all tort actions
HB 400 - Yates - Establishes the Dental Carve-Out Act of 2005 to implement a process for providing dental benefits to public assistance recipients
HB 462 - Smith - Changes the laws regarding suicide prevention
HB 596 - Schaaf - Allows employers to provide or contract for health insurance at reduced rates for employees who do not use tobacco products
HCR 23 - Sutherland - Directs the Comprehensive Cancer Action Plan for Missouri be posted annually on the Missouri state Internet website homepage.

Health Care Professionals (30)

SB 2 - Loudon - Modifies laws relating to abortion
SB 14 - Kennedy - Recognizes "registered nurse first assistants" and authorizes the Board of Nursing to certify such practitioners
SB 28 - Dolan - Modifies language regarding anti-kickback penalties and certain pharmaceutical companies and establishes the "Well-Being committee" to aid pharmacies
SB 64 - Kennedy - Creates the Medical Imaging and Radiation Therapy Quality Assurance Act
SB 83 - Bray - Enacts various changes to medical malpractice liability
SB 90 - Dougherty - Authorizes advanced practice nurses to prescribe certain controlled substances
SB 100 - Champion - Revises licensing requirements for speech language pathologists and audiologists
SB 158 - Cauthorn - Establishes a prescription monitoring program
SB 177 - Shields - Modifies a number of provisions regarding professional registration
SB 178 - Shields - Modifies provisions regarding licensing of podiatrists
SB 223 - Clemens - Modifies provision regarding athletic trainer licensing
SB 235 - Wheeler - Allows physicians to jointly negotiate with certain health insurance carriers
SB 271 - Scott - Enacts various measures relating to tort reform
SB 316 - Dolan - Modifies provisions of the law relating to ambulatory medical treatment centers
SB 341 - Bartle - Limites certificate of need to only long-term care facilities
SB 347 - Clemens - Modifies education requirements for professional counselors
SB 348 - Clemens - Exempts dentists from acupuncture licensing requirements
SB 403 - Green - Authorizes professional counselors to diagnose
SB 433 - Stouffer - Established the MO Health Care Stablilization Fund to assist health care providers with excess liability coverage
SB 517 - Shields - Provides the requirements for seeking a surrogate to make health care decisions when the patient is incapacitated
SB 524 - Coleman - Regulates the licensing of naturopathic physicians
SB 552 - Mayer - Allows the medical malpractice Joint Underwriting Association to issue various types of medical malpractice policies and refund surcharges
HB 36 - Davis - Changes the laws regarding midwives and the practice of midwifery
HB 232 - Portwood - Increases the fees health care providers can charge for copying a patient's health care record
HB 393 - Byrd - Changes the laws affecting claims for damages and their payment and establishes venue in all tort actions
HB 394 - Byrd - Modifies law regarding medical malpractice insurance and malpractice associations
HB 397 - Henke - Adds certified nurse practitioners to the list of health care providers authorized to issue a physician's statement for the purpose of obtaining a disabled license plate
HB 402 - Schaaf - Modifies provisions regarding licensing of podiatrists
HB 413 - Hubbard - Requires the Department of Health and Senior Services to offer a vaccination program for first responders deployed to disaster areas as a result of bioterrorism events
HB 600 - Cooper - Modifies education requirements for professional counselors

Health Dept. (27)

SB 7 - Dougherty - Modifies various provisions relating to lead poisoning
SB 8 - Dougherty - Creates the "Children's Environmental Health and Protection Advisory Council"
SB 39 - Bray - Closes the drug benefit coverage gap that was created due to the enactment of the Medicare Act of 2003
SB 49 - Crowell - Prohibits immunizations containing mercury preservatives after January 1, 2007
SB 59 - Dougherty - Prohibits use of genetic information and testing for insurance purposes
SB 74 - Champion - Creates new provisions with respect to the Department of Health and Senior Services
SB 88 - Klindt - Exempts certain food sales from food inspection laws
SB 95 - Coleman - Modifies various provisions relating to lead abatement
SB 146 - Dougherty - Allows the Department of Health to investigate complaints of air quality in public schools
SB 152 - Wilson - Creates a trust fund and Commission for Youth Smoking Prevention
SB 153 - Graham - Modifies the law relating to ombudsman volunteers
SB 158 - Cauthorn - Establishes a prescription monitoring program
SB 159 - Cauthorn - Adds various substances to the controlled substance schedules
SB 162 - Gross - Removes references to the Committee on Radiation Control from Chapter 192, RSMo
SB 164 - Crowell - Prohibits the use of public funds for health and social services programs that subsidize abortion services
SB 315 - Dolan - Extends the sunset date for the licensure of health care facilities to August 28, 2008
SB 316 - Dolan - Modifies provisions of the law relating to ambulatory medical treatment centers
SB 359 - Taylor - Provides for price and performance comparisons of health care facilities to be posted on a state website
SB 379 - Coleman - Sets standards for emergency care for rape victims
SB 393 - Stouffer - Prescribes requirements for assisted living residences
SB 457 - Wheeler - Modifies the law relating to ombudsman volunteers
SB 522 - Ridgeway - Provides for an informal dispute resolution for long-term care facilities to contest inspections or complaint investigations
SB 528 - Bray - Establishes the Missouri Universal Health Assurance Program
SB 555 - Shields - Provides financial assistance to physically disabled persons for personal care assistance services through eligible vendors
SB 556 - Gibbons - Creates the Medicaid Reform Commission
HB 100 - Cunningham - Changes the laws regarding the regulation of abortions
HB 413 - Hubbard - Requires the Department of Health and Senior Services to offer a vaccination program for first responders deployed to disaster areas as a result of bioterrorism events

Health, Public (21)

SB 7 - Dougherty - Modifies various provisions relating to lead poisoning
SB 8 - Dougherty - Creates the "Children's Environmental Health and Protection Advisory Council"
SB 40 - Bray - Prohibits any governmental entity from interfering with the right to obtain or use contraceptives
SB 44 - Wheeler - Creates a tax deduction for organ donation
SB 49 - Crowell - Prohibits immunizations containing mercury preservatives after January 1, 2007
SB 74 - Champion - Creates new provisions with respect to the Department of Health and Senior Services
SB 88 - Klindt - Exempts certain food sales from food inspection laws
SB 146 - Dougherty - Allows the Department of Health to investigate complaints of air quality in public schools
SB 258 - Koster - Allows the Cass and Cooper County Commissions to submit the question of establishing a health center after a majority vote
SB 323 - Bartle - Establishes the eligibility criteria for grants to umbilical cord blood banks
SB 359 - Taylor - Provides for price and performance comparisons of health care facilities to be posted on a state website
SB 409 - Graham - Requires all health clubs to have at least one automated external defibrillator
SB 458 - Wheeler - Requires pharmacists to fill prescriptions against religious beliefs unless an employer can accommodate a request not to do so
SB 527 - Wilson - Requires hospitals to implement a nurse-to-patient ration system
SB 547 - Loudon - Grants courts power to appoint trustees to disburse funds for health care when a patient is in a persistent vegetative state
SB 556 - Gibbons - Creates the Medicaid Reform Commission
SCR 4 - Ridgeway - Encourages legislative support of increasing physical education programs in our public schools
SCR 8 - Ridgeway - Expresses support for Taiwan to have an observer status in the World Health Organization
HB 402 - Schaaf - Modifies provisions regarding licensing of podiatrists
HB 413 - Hubbard - Requires the Department of Health and Senior Services to offer a vaccination program for first responders deployed to disaster areas as a result of bioterrorism events
HCR 23 - Sutherland - Directs the Comprehensive Cancer Action Plan for Missouri be posted annually on the Missouri state Internet website homepage.

Higher Education Dept. (6)

SB 66 - Coleman - Establishes a tuition grant program for children of deceased military members
SB 89 - Dougherty - Allows foster children to receive a tuition and fee waiver to state-funded colleges or universities
SB 175 - Koster - Creates a scholarship program for children of deceased veterans
SB 286 - Nodler - The Coordinating Board shall hold out-of-state public higher education institutions to criteria similar to those required of public in-state higher education institutions
HB 94 - Cunningham - Establishes a tutition grant program for children and spouses of certain deceased military members
HB 440 - Pratt - Extends voting rights to a student curator or governing board member of various higher education institutions

Highway Patrol (9)

SB 227 - Engler - Designates a portion of state highway M as the "Highway Patrolman Robert Kolilis Memorial Highway"
SB 317 - Mayer - Changes provisions regarding the state highway patrol retirement system
SB 327 - Scott - Makes various changes with respect to the enforcement of commercial motor vehicle laws
SB 471 - Engler - Requires the state highway to certify heavy tow truck operators
SB 488 - Engler - Exempts salvage vehicles with cosmetic damage from highway patrol examination inspections for purposes of titling
SB 497 - Mayer - Transfers Commercial Vehicle Enforcement Division of the State Highway Patrol to the Department of Public Safety
HB 353 - Lipke - Modifies provisions relating to crime
HB 423 - Kuessner - Designates a portion of state highway M as the "Trooper Robert Kolilis Memorial Highway" and a portion of U.S. Highway 54 as the "Trooper Ross S. Creach Memorial Highway"
HB 618 - Bearden - Exempts members assigned to the Division of Drug and Crime Control from the cap on the total number of officers and adds Missouri Capitol Police vehicles to the definition of "emergency vehicle"

Historic Preservation (3)

SB 193 - Engler - Enhances responsibility of the Missouri State Park Board
SB 431 - Callahan - Permits sales tax on food for the City of Independence
HB 219 - Salva - Designates a room in the Missouri State Archives as the "Alex M. Petrovic Reading Room"

Holidays (4)

SB 180 - Loudon - Makes February 6th of each year "Ronald Reagan Day" in Missouri
SCR 11 - Green - Designates the month of March 2005 as Irish-American Heritage Month
SR 1193 - Vogel - Establishes April as "Autism Awareness Month" in Missouri
HCR 20 - Rupp - Declares October fifteenth of each year to be "Pregnancy and Infant Loss Remembrance Day"

Hospitals (11)

SB 121 - Bray - Requires safe staffing and quality care in all veterans homes and mental health facilities
SB 158 - Cauthorn - Establishes a prescription monitoring program
SB 166 - Green - Requires reporting by employers as to how many of its employees receive publically funded health care benefits
SB 243 - Scott - Modifies various provisions dealing with the reporting and investigating of an individual's death
SB 315 - Dolan - Extends the sunset date for the licensure of health care facilities to August 28, 2008
SB 316 - Dolan - Modifies provisions of the law relating to ambulatory medical treatment centers
SB 359 - Taylor - Provides for price and performance comparisons of health care facilities to be posted on a state website
SB 379 - Coleman - Sets standards for emergency care for rape victims
SB 527 - Wilson - Requires hospitals to implement a nurse-to-patient ration system
HB 36 - Davis - Changes the laws regarding midwives and the practice of midwifery
HB 232 - Portwood - Increases the fees health care providers can charge for copying a patient's health care record

Housing (15)

SB 15 - Kennedy - Provides a tax credit for modifying a home for a disabled person
SB 95 - Coleman - Modifies various provisions relating to lead abatement
SB 106 - Bray - Modifies law regarding residential property insurance
SB 135 - Wheeler - Modifies law with respect to the Missouri Abandoned Housing Act
SB 168 - Dolan - Creates a process to resolve disputes arising out of alleged construction defects in residential property
SB 300 - Coleman - Creates the mobile home landlord and tenant rights act
SB 320 - Koster - Creates lien for nonpayment of rental equipment fees
SB 370 - Dougherty - Prohibits homeowner insurers from cancelling or nonrenewing policies based upon claim inquiries
SB 435 - Wilson - Enacts various reforms to combat fraudulent real estate practices
SB 444 - Taylor - Requires housing contractors to establish escrow accounts to satisfy potential mechanics' liens
SB 485 - Days - Allows senior and disabled persons to defer increases in property tax payments
HB 174 - Wood - Authorizes revocation of a real estate license for persons convicted of certain felonies and defines exclusive brokerage agreements
HB 230 - Portwood - Prohibits a person from claiming both the circuit breaker income tax credit and the homestead property tax exemption credit
HB 347 - Pratt - Creates a process to resolve disputes arising out of alleged construction defect for residential property
HB 832 - Brooks - Requires that restrictive real estate covenants included in an association's governing document must be removed

Insurance - Automobile (4)

SB 52 - Loudon - Prohibits recovery of noneconomic damages for injuries incurred during certain motor vehicle violations
SB 137 - Taylor - Prohibits insurers from owning auto repair shops and prohibits the use of referral fees for using such shops
SB 383 - Vogel - Abolishes the Motorist Insurance Identification Database Act
HB 417 - Yates - Establishes the Uninsured Motorist Stipulation of Benefits Act of 2005, allows insurers to claim self-audit privilege, and allows insurers to intervene to determine matters of coverage

Insurance - General (24)

SB 43 - Days - Modifies laws regarding the use of credit scores by insurance companies
SB 52 - Loudon - Prohibits recovery of noneconomic damages for injuries incurred during certain motor vehicle violations
SB 55 - Klindt - Makes information collected in the course of an insurance compliance audit privileged information
SB 57 - Klindt - Exempts certain employees from holding a title insurance license
SB 83 - Bray - Enacts various changes to medical malpractice liability
SB 131 - Loudon - Allows insurance companies to invest capital, reserves, and surplus in preferred or guaranteed stocks
SB 182 - Scott - Requires liquefied petroleum gas dealers to maintain liability insurance
SB 203 - Dougherty - Adds young adult provisions to the Missouri Consolidated Health Care plan
SB 226 - Cauthorn - Modifies provisions relating to the Medicaid program
SB 319 - Koster - Regulates unemployment benefits, the transfer of companies for the purpose of calculating the contribution rate for unemployment, and sets out provisions for alcohol and controlled substance tests
SB 373 - Bartle - Amends provisions dealing with members of the board of directors for the Missouri Employers Mutual Insurance Company
SB 384 - Scott - Authorizes an insurer to reserve the right to contest coverage
SB 428 - Callahan - Requires insurance companies to discount insurance premiums by ten percent to senior citizens
SB 433 - Stouffer - Established the MO Health Care Stablilization Fund to assist health care providers with excess liability coverage
SB 460 - Koster - Increases the penalties for those who engage in fraudulant actions with respect to an insurance transaction
SB 464 - Vogel - Modifies the duties and powers of the Missouri Penitentiary Redevelopment Commission
SB 539 - Purgason - Modifies provisions in various health care and social services programs
SB 552 - Mayer - Allows the medical malpractice Joint Underwriting Association to issue various types of medical malpractice policies and refund surcharges
HB 69 - Rupp - Allows insurance companies to invest capital, reserves, and surplus in preferred or guaranteed stocks
HB 388 - Yates - Makes certain Department of Insurance records nonpublic
HB 394 - Byrd - Modifies law regarding medical malpractice insurance and malpractice associations
HB 417 - Yates - Establishes the Uninsured Motorist Stipulation of Benefits Act of 2005, allows insurers to claim self-audit privilege, and allows insurers to intervene to determine matters of coverage
HB 474 - Yates - Allows insurance companies to intervene in certain civil actions to determine coverage obligations
HB 866 - Wilson - Increases the penalties for those who engage in fraudulent actions with respect to an insurance transaction

Insurance - Life (2)

SB 428 - Callahan - Requires insurance companies to discount insurance premiums by ten percent to senior citizens
HB 119 - Jones - Requires continuation of life insurance benefits for state employees and retirees who are called to military service in times of active armed warfare

Insurance - Medical (26)

SB 28 - Dolan - Modifies language regarding anti-kickback penalties and certain pharmaceutical companies and establishes the "Well-Being committee" to aid pharmacies
SB 49 - Crowell - Prohibits immunizations containing mercury preservatives after January 1, 2007
SB 72 - Griesheimer - Requires insurance companies to provide coverage for computerized prosthetic devices
SB 74 - Champion - Creates new provisions with respect to the Department of Health and Senior Services
SB 82 - Bray - Requires applicants for Medicaid and CHIPs to identify the proposed beneficiary's employer
SB 110 - Dougherty - Requires health insurance reimbursement of certain licensed professional counselors at same rate as psychologists
SB 140 - Days - Requires state employees health care plan premiums to be based on the employee's salary
SB 151 - Green - Prohibits state senators and representatives from receiving state health insurance
SB 166 - Green - Requires reporting by employers as to how many of its employees receive publically funded health care benefits
SB 204 - Dougherty - Mandates insurance coverage for new phases of clinical trials undertaken for the treatment of cancer
SB 235 - Wheeler - Allows physicians to jointly negotiate with certain health insurance carriers
SB 244 - Scott - Prohibits health carriers from requiring applicants to submit tax information to obtain insurance coverage
SB 261 - Loudon - Creates certain requirements for the operation of the Missouri health insurance plan
SB 277 - Bray - Allows small employers to obtain medical coverage through the Missouri Consolidated Health Care Plan
SB 363 - Kennedy - Includes unborn children within the definition of "children" for eligibility in CHIPs
SB 365 - Mayer - Provides health insurance coverage for phase I and phase II clinical trials for cancer treatment
SB 369 - Dougherty - Mandates inpatient insurance coverage for mastectomies and reconstructive surgeries
SB 408 - Ridgeway - Allows health carriers to offer one or more health plans which contain deductibles, coinsurance, or other options
SB 416 - Engler - Prohibits health insurers from refusing to contract with willing optometrists and ophthalmologists
SB 428 - Callahan - Requires insurance companies to discount insurance premiums by ten percent to senior citizens
SB 459 - Green - Creates a tax deduction for small businesses and farmers that provide health insurance for employees
SB 525 - Coleman - Requires health benefit plans to provide coverage for diagnostic testing services for chronic kidney disease patients
SB 528 - Bray - Establishes the Missouri Universal Health Assurance Program
HB 56 - Threlkeld - Allows pharmaceutical companies to rebate portions of copayments to multiple sclerosis patients without violating anti-kickback and anti-rebate laws
HB 108 - Schaaf - Allows insureds or enrolles to pay customary retail price of a prescription drug if the retail price is lower than the health carrier's copay
HB 596 - Schaaf - Allows employers to provide or contract for health insurance at reduced rates for employees who do not use tobacco products

Insurance - Property (8)

SB 57 - Klindt - Exempts certain employees from holding a title insurance license
SB 95 - Coleman - Modifies various provisions relating to lead abatement
SB 106 - Bray - Modifies law regarding residential property insurance
SB 212 - Loudon - Allows commercial casualty insurance policies to exclude coverage for loss by fire caused by terrorism
SB 370 - Dougherty - Prohibits homeowner insurers from cancelling or nonrenewing policies based upon claim inquiries
SB 428 - Callahan - Requires insurance companies to discount insurance premiums by ten percent to senior citizens
SB 443 - Taylor - Prohibits title agencies from commingling certain funds and imposes other requirements on title insurers
SB 444 - Taylor - Requires housing contractors to establish escrow accounts to satisfy potential mechanics' liens

Insurance Dept. (16)

SB 43 - Days - Modifies laws regarding the use of credit scores by insurance companies
SB 55 - Klindt - Makes information collected in the course of an insurance compliance audit privileged information
SB 57 - Klindt - Exempts certain employees from holding a title insurance license
SB 59 - Dougherty - Prohibits use of genetic information and testing for insurance purposes
SB 83 - Bray - Enacts various changes to medical malpractice liability
SB 213 - Cauthorn - Requires bail bond agents or surety recovery agents to be members in a professional association
SB 244 - Scott - Prohibits health carriers from requiring applicants to submit tax information to obtain insurance coverage
SB 433 - Stouffer - Established the MO Health Care Stablilization Fund to assist health care providers with excess liability coverage
SB 460 - Koster - Increases the penalties for those who engage in fraudulant actions with respect to an insurance transaction
HB 56 - Threlkeld - Allows pharmaceutical companies to rebate portions of copayments to multiple sclerosis patients without violating anti-kickback and anti-rebate laws
HB 69 - Rupp - Allows insurance companies to invest capital, reserves, and surplus in preferred or guaranteed stocks
HB 388 - Yates - Makes certain Department of Insurance records nonpublic
HB 394 - Byrd - Modifies law regarding medical malpractice insurance and malpractice associations
HB 417 - Yates - Establishes the Uninsured Motorist Stipulation of Benefits Act of 2005, allows insurers to claim self-audit privilege, and allows insurers to intervene to determine matters of coverage
HB 474 - Yates - Allows insurance companies to intervene in certain civil actions to determine coverage obligations
HB 866 - Wilson - Increases the penalties for those who engage in fraudulent actions with respect to an insurance transaction

Interstate Cooperation (1)

SB 399 - Bray - Implements the provisions of the streamlined sales and use tax agreement

Jackson County (1)

SB 519 - Callahan - Requires expenditures made by the Jackson County Sports Authority for over $5,000 to be competitively bid

Judges (23)

SB 1 - Loudon - Amends various provisions of workers' compensation law
SB 24 - Griesheimer - Places an expiration date on $10 court fee imposed on most cases in Franklin County
SB 33 - Bartle - Alters provisions of the administrative law judges (ALJ) retirement system
SB 45 - Purgason - Certain appointees must serve 75% of a term in order to qualify for Administrative Law Judge retirement system benefits
SB 129 - Vogel - Changes the title of the official required to hear employment security cases from "referee" to "administrative appeals judge"
SB 144 - Gross - Modifies number of judges and commissioners in various judicial circuits
SB 183 - Scott - Merges the Administrative Law Judge retirement system into the state employees' retirement system
SB 191 - Koster - Adds an additional circuit judge to the 17th Judicial Circuit
SB 202 - Crowell - Merges the Administrative Law Judge retirement system into the state employees' retirement system
SB 217 - Gross - Merges the Administrative Law Judge retirement system into the State Employees' retirement system
SB 232 - Loudon - Modifies special motion to dismiss in Strategic Litigation Against Public Participation (SLAPP)
SB 344 - Wheeler - Eliminates the requirement of service of summons in unlawful detainer actions by certified mail
SB 397 - Graham - Modifies various aspects of the criminal justice system
SB 404 - Koster - Modifies various court costs
SB 405 - Koster - Modifies procedure for seeking excuse from or postponement of jury duty
SB 486 - Engler - Removes the eight-year transfer provision to the judicial retirement system
SB 491 - Klindt - Modifies fee for statewide court automation fund and sets expiration dates for other funds
SB 531 - Klindt - Authorizes certain non-ABA approved law school graduates and members of the General Assembly to sit for the bar exam
SB 534 - Bartle - Modifies procedure for replacement of absent municipal judges
SB 548 - Loudon - Replaces all state administrative departments' hearings with a new Office of Administration Hearings
SJR 16 - Gross - Modifies tenure and retention for Missouri Supreme Court judges
HB 688 - Byrd - Modifies provisions for the continuance of judicial proceedings for members of the General Assembly
HCR 1 - Dempsey - Authorizes the State of the Judiciary address.

Juries (4)

SB 289 - Engler - Makes a grand jury's duty to examine public buildings and report on their conditions discretionary
SB 397 - Graham - Modifies various aspects of the criminal justice system
SB 405 - Koster - Modifies procedure for seeking excuse from or postponement of jury duty
HB 456 - Kuessner - Eliminates a grand jury's duty to examine public buildings and report on their condition

Kansas City (8)

SB 134 - Wheeler - Allows people to seek injunction or other relief for a code violation for abatement of a nuisance in Kansas City
SB 135 - Wheeler - Modifies law with respect to the Missouri Abandoned Housing Act
SB 138 - Wheeler - Extends the Kansas City mass transportation sales tax indefinitely
SB 220 - Dolan - Restores sovereign immunity to Metro and KCATA, provides immunity to state employees for official actions, and removes St. Louis and Kansas City Police Boards from legal defense fund coverage
SB 269 - Shields - Amends provisions of the entertainer and athlete tax relating to allocation of funds
SB 339 - Gross - Removes Department of Revenue branch office language from Section 32.040
HB 114 - Johnson - Extends the Kansas City mass transportation sales tax until 2015
HB 180 - Johnson - Changes the laws regarding military leave for Kansas City police officers and civilian employees

Labor and Industrial Relations Dept. (9)

SB 1 - Loudon - Amends various provisions of workers' compensation law
SB 45 - Purgason - Certain appointees must serve 75% of a term in order to qualify for Administrative Law Judge retirement system benefits
SB 69 - Shields - Authorizes the conveyance of land in Jackson County to Kansas City
SB 111 - Cauthorn - Broadens disqualifying misconduct in employment law and allows some individuals to waive the protections of the workers' compensation law for religious reasons
SB 119 - Bray - Revises employment practices relating to gender
SB 121 - Bray - Requires safe staffing and quality care in all veterans homes and mental health facilities
SB 150 - Green - Creates the Public Service Accountability Act
SB 185 - Loudon - Establishes the Open Contracting Act for state and local public works projects
SB 291 - Mayer - Modifies prevailing wage law

Labor and Management (6)

SB 119 - Bray - Revises employment practices relating to gender
SB 291 - Mayer - Modifies prevailing wage law
SB 334 - Green - Add penalties for employing illegal aliens
SB 349 - Green - Makes various changes relating to prevailing wage law
SB 412 - Taylor - Establishes the hazardous duty compensation act
HB 500 - Smith - Changes the laws regarding the transfer of a business and its unemployment experience rate by an employer

Landlords and Tenants (6)

SB 17 - Coleman - Allows defendants to assert legal or equitable defenses, setoffs, or counterclaims in unlawful detainer actions
SB 300 - Coleman - Creates the mobile home landlord and tenant rights act
SB 344 - Wheeler - Eliminates the requirement of service of summons in unlawful detainer actions by certified mail
SB 536 - Bartle - Modifies law regarding landlord disposition of tenant property
SB 537 - Bartle - Requires cash bond to be posted in certain landlord and tenant actions
SB 538 - Bartle - Modifies civil procedure requirements for various landlord/tenant actions

Law Enforcement Officers and Agencies (39)

SB 10 - Cauthorn - Requires pseudoephedrine products to be sold by a pharmacist or technician
SB 27 - Champion - Creates new requirements when selling pseudoephedrine products at pharmacies
SB 31 - Bartle - Allows the Department of Transportation to construct toll roads under certain conditions
SB 65 - Coleman - Allows courts to order convicted persons to pay costs associated with prostitution-related arrests
SB 73 - Champion - Allows county law enforcement agencies to have sexual offender registry websites
SB 113 - Coleman - Extends powers to civilian review boards that investigate allegations of misconduct by local law enforcement officers
SB 157 - Crowell - Allows money from the County Sheriff's Revolving Fund to be used for necessary expenses associated with concealed carry endorsements
SB 184 - Coleman - Imposes a surcharge on certain felony court proceedings to fund certain school-related programs
SB 192 - Engler - Allows for the disposal of hazardous materials in certain circumstances
SB 222 - Callahan - Places various reporting requirements upon manufacturers of tobacco products
SB 234 - Purgason - Allows money from the County Sheriff's Revolving Fund to be used for necessary expenses with concealed carry endorsements
SB 250 - Dolan - Allows primary enforcement of seat belt law and modifies law with respect to child passenger restraint
SB 256 - Dolan - Allows primary enforcement of the seat belt law
SB 301 - Coleman - Increases the maximum amount of compensation payable to St. Louis police officers
SB 304 - Ridgeway - Changes provisions regarding military leave for Kansas City police officers and civilian employees
SB 309 - Wilson - Makes ownership, possession, and discharge of taser guns an unlawful use of a weapon
SB 374 - Loudon - Designates a portion of State Highway 370 as the "Officer Scott Armstrong Memorial Highway"
SB 378 - Coleman - Allows a person to replace two sets of two stolen license plate tabs per year and prohibits issuance of ticket for stolen tabs
SB 397 - Graham - Modifies various aspects of the criminal justice system
SB 401 - Kennedy - Repeals the three-child limit in police pension systems
SB 423 - Bartle - Creates new provisions and makes modifications to the DNA profiling system
SB 448 - Crowell - Allows sheriffs to agree as to which county's jail will house a defendant after a change of venue
SB 451 - Dolan - Requires prosecuting attorneys to impanel adult abuse fatality review panels
SB 493 - Kennedy - Creates licensure requirements for private investigators
SB 497 - Mayer - Transfers Commercial Vehicle Enforcement Division of the State Highway Patrol to the Department of Public Safety
SB 520 - Callahan - Requires a person arrested and confined without a warrant be discharged from custody within 48 hours unless charged
HB 180 - Johnson - Changes the laws regarding military leave for Kansas City police officers and civilian employees
HB 323 - Johnson - Recodifies the laws regarding the Police Retirement System of Kansas City and the Civilian Employees' Retirement System of the Police Department of Kansas City
HB 365 - Munzlinger - Allows moneys from the county sheriff's revolving fund to be used for expenses with concealed carry endorsements
HB 441 - Behnen - Creates restrictions regarding the sale of products containing ephedrine and pseudoephedrine
HB 448 - Villa - Increases the maximum amount of compensation payable to St. Louis police officers
HB 486 - Bruns - Removes prohibition on service providers being related to sexual offender probationers when only one is in the area
HB 487 - Bruns - Modifies numerous provisions relating to motor vehicles, including background checks on school bus drivers, issuance of motor vehicle titles, and driver licenses
HB 518 - St. Onge - Enacts various motor vehicle and highway safety provisions including primary seat belt enforcement, child safety restraint and enhanced penalties for highway work zone violations
HB 606 - Lembke - Repeals the three child limit and modifies the death benefit to surviving spouses in police pension systems
HB 618 - Bearden - Exempts members assigned to the Division of Drug and Crime Control from the cap on the total number of officers and adds Missouri Capitol Police vehicles to the definition of "emergency vehicle"
HB 684 - Lipke - Creates new provisions and makes modifications to certain statutes relating to the DNA profiling system
HB 700 - Moore - Changes the law regarding correctional employees and Board of Probation and Parole
HB 972 - Jetton - Modifies laws relating to crime

Liability (16)

SB 2 - Loudon - Modifies laws relating to abortion
SB 52 - Loudon - Prohibits recovery of noneconomic damages for injuries incurred during certain motor vehicle violations
SB 119 - Bray - Revises employment practices relating to gender
SB 168 - Dolan - Creates a process to resolve disputes arising out of alleged construction defects in residential property
SB 177 - Shields - Modifies a number of provisions regarding professional registration
SB 271 - Scott - Enacts various measures relating to tort reform
SB 346 - Clemens - Limits paddlesport outfitters liability
SB 376 - Loudon - Provides immunity from liability to private contractors working under the direction of the children's division
SB 384 - Scott - Authorizes an insurer to reserve the right to contest coverage
SB 385 - Scott - Enacts various measures relating to civil liability and procedure
SB 514 - Ridgeway - Prohibits any action against a state or local public employee for acknowledging God
HB 100 - Cunningham - Changes the laws regarding the regulation of abortions
HB 269 - Bruns - Creates a cause of action for injury to emergency personnel caused by the tortious actions of another person
HB 347 - Pratt - Creates a process to resolve disputes arising out of alleged construction defect for residential property
HB 393 - Byrd - Changes the laws affecting claims for damages and their payment and establishes venue in all tort actions
HB 462 - Smith - Changes the laws regarding suicide prevention

Libraries and Archives (4)

SB 24 - Griesheimer - Places an expiration date on $10 court fee imposed on most cases in Franklin County
SB 380 - Wheeler - Removes the requirement that the chief executive of the urban public library district be a qualified librarian
HB 47 - Brown - Requires trustees of consolidated public library district to reside within the library district
HB 638 - Cunningham - Removes the requirement that the chief executive of the urban public library district be a qualified librarian

Licenses - Driver's (5)

SB 76 - Dolan - Imposes additional surcharges and driver's license suspensions on any person failing to yield the right-of-way
SB 221 - Dolan - Modifies several provisions of law relating to motor vehicles including primary seat belt enforcement
SB 426 - Callahan - Requires the director of the Department of Revenue to expunge certain suspensions from noncommercial driving records
SB 441 - Ridgeway - Established administrative procedure to suspend drivers' and motor vehicle license for failing to pay towing fees
SB 487 - Engler - Requires littering offenders to perform community service and assesses two points against litterer's license

Licenses - Liquor and Beer (2)

SB 32 - Bartle - Regulates sexually oriented businesses
SB 262 - Griesheimer - Changes provisions relating to alcohol

Licenses - Misc (8)

SB 32 - Bartle - Regulates sexually oriented businesses
SB 236 - Klindt - Provides for cost recovery for course materials for private applicators of pesticide
SB 315 - Dolan - Extends the sunset date for the licensure of health care facilities to August 28, 2008
SB 316 - Dolan - Modifies provisions of the law relating to ambulatory medical treatment centers
SB 387 - Loudon - Amends provisions relating to the licensing of gambling boats and slot machines
SB 470 - Engler - Creates the Missouri Blasting Safety Act
SB 477 - Scott - Prevents certain people from receiving a license to conduct gaming activities or operate excursion gambling boats
HB 560 - Wright - Places limits on the number of excursion gambling boat licenses that may be issued

Licenses - Motor Vehicle (14)

SB 44 - Wheeler - Creates a tax deduction for organ donation
SB 92 - Cauthorn - Allows members of the NRA to obtain specialized license plates
SB 94 - Cauthorn - Creates the Respect Life license plate and establishes a fund to promote alternatives to abortion
SB 247 - Dolan - Modifies law with respect to professional engineers license plates
SB 290 - Engler - Allows vehicle owners to register their motor vehicles quadrennially and limits inspections to one time
SB 294 - Bray - Creates the "Freedom=Choice" license plate and corresponding fund to pay for family planning services
SB 356 - Shields - Enhances penalties for chronic and aggravated drunk offenders and creates crime of aggravated vehicular manslaughter
SB 378 - Coleman - Allows a person to replace two sets of two stolen license plate tabs per year and prohibits issuance of ticket for stolen tabs
SB 383 - Vogel - Abolishes the Motorist Insurance Identification Database Act
SB 441 - Ridgeway - Established administrative procedure to suspend drivers' and motor vehicle license for failing to pay towing fees
SB 488 - Engler - Exempts salvage vehicles with cosmetic damage from highway patrol examination inspections for purposes of titling
SB 530 - Vogel - Waives the additional fee for military specialized license plates
HB 397 - Henke - Adds certified nurse practitioners to the list of health care providers authorized to issue a physician's statement for the purpose of obtaining a disabled license plate
HB 564 - Boykins - Allows person to receive two sets of two license plate tabs per year at no cost when replacing stolen tabs and prohibits issuance of ticket for stolen tabs

Licenses - Professional (28)

SB 14 - Kennedy - Recognizes "registered nurse first assistants" and authorizes the Board of Nursing to certify such practitioners
SB 64 - Kennedy - Creates the Medical Imaging and Radiation Therapy Quality Assurance Act
SB 100 - Champion - Revises licensing requirements for speech language pathologists and audiologists
SB 110 - Dougherty - Requires health insurance reimbursement of certain licensed professional counselors at same rate as psychologists
SB 141 - Nodler - Exempts dealers who sell only emergency vehicles from certain dealer licensure requirements
SB 178 - Shields - Modifies provisions regarding licensing of podiatrists
SB 182 - Scott - Requires liquefied petroleum gas dealers to maintain liability insurance
SB 186 - Loudon - Establishes the Missouri Electrical Industry Licensing Board and describes their powers and duties
SB 190 - Griesheimer - Modifies provisions regarding mortgage broker and loan originators
SB 223 - Clemens - Modifies provision regarding athletic trainer licensing
SB 253 - Koster - Modifies law regarding titling and registering motor vehicles and requires school districts to perform criminal background checks on school bus drivers
SB 278 - Nodler - Authorizes the Board of Architects, Professional Engineers, Land Surveyors and Landscape Architects to seek civil penalties
SB 280 - Taylor - Changes laws regarding cosmetologists and barbers
SB 347 - Clemens - Modifies education requirements for professional counselors
SB 348 - Clemens - Exempts dentists from acupuncture licensing requirements
SB 377 - Loudon - Allows practice of physical therapy on animals with prescription from a veterinarian
SB 387 - Loudon - Amends provisions relating to the licensing of gambling boats and slot machines
SB 390 - Taylor - Allows vehicle dealers to provide disclaimers and disclosures by referring to the Internet and a toll-free number
SB 403 - Green - Authorizes professional counselors to diagnose
SB 458 - Wheeler - Requires pharmacists to fill prescriptions against religious beliefs unless an employer can accommodate a request not to do so
SB 465 - Vogel - Modifies law regarding possessed titles, motor vehicle dealer surety bonds, and motor vehicle time sales law
SB 524 - Coleman - Regulates the licensing of naturopathic physicians
HB 174 - Wood - Authorizes revocation of a real estate license for persons convicted of certain felonies and defines exclusive brokerage agreements
HB 208 - Icet - Requires the filing of an affidavit in suits against licensed professionals
HB 402 - Schaaf - Modifies provisions regarding licensing of podiatrists
HB 600 - Cooper - Modifies education requirements for professional counselors
HB 665 - Behnen - Modifies a number of provisions regarding professional registration
HB 738 - Behnen - Modifies procedure for licensure as a real estate appraiser

Liens (5)

SB 1 - Loudon - Amends various provisions of workers' compensation law
SB 320 - Koster - Creates lien for nonpayment of rental equipment fees
SB 331 - Coleman - Modifies various provisions relating to delinquent child support payments
SB 485 - Days - Allows senior and disabled persons to defer increases in property tax payments
SB 499 - Mayer - Provides that judgments entered by an associate circuit court which shall constitute a lien

Lobbying (7)

SB 240 - Scott - Modifies numerous provisions regarding lobbying and campaign finance disclosure
SB 241 - Scott - Repeals requirement that lobbyists report on legislation they are supporting or opposing
SB 329 - Coleman - Prohibits a parent, sibling or child of a statewide elected official from registering as a lobbyist
SB 371 - Dolan - Prohibits gifts from lobbyists to members of the General Assembly and modifies legislator per diem
SB 549 - Green - Prohibits certain relatives of elected officials from registering as a lobbyist or serving as fee agents
HB 524 - May - Repeals the requirement that lobbyists report on legislation they are supporting or opposing
HB 525 - May - Modifies numerous provisions regarding lobbying and campaign finance disclosure

Manufactured Housing (3)

SB 245 - Scott - Creates a partial sales tax exemption for sales of modular units
SB 300 - Coleman - Creates the mobile home landlord and tenant rights act
SB 485 - Days - Allows senior and disabled persons to defer increases in property tax payments

Medicaid (14)

SB 7 - Dougherty - Modifies various provisions relating to lead poisoning
SB 26 - Champion - Increases the resource limits for public assistance eligibility for single and married persons
SB 39 - Bray - Closes the drug benefit coverage gap that was created due to the enactment of the Medicare Act of 2003
SB 75 - Champion - Closes the drug benefit coverage gap that was created due to the enactment of the Medicare Act of 2003
SB 82 - Bray - Requires applicants for Medicaid and CHIPs to identify the proposed beneficiary's employer
SB 226 - Cauthorn - Modifies provisions relating to the Medicaid program
SB 363 - Kennedy - Includes unborn children within the definition of "children" for eligibility in CHIPs
SB 368 - Dougherty - Provides Medicaid benefits to all cancer patients
SB 500 - Gibbons - Provides for family cost participation in the Part C early intervention system
SB 532 - Ridgeway - Creates the Medical Ownership Program, a medicaid coverage program dealing with managed health savings accounts
SB 539 - Purgason - Modifies provisions in various health care and social services programs
SB 556 - Gibbons - Creates the Medicaid Reform Commission
SCR 15 - Gibbons - Establishes the Medicaid Reform Commission
HB 827 - Portwood - Modifies the eligibility requirements of an employed disabled person requesting medical assistance under the federal Ticket to Work and Work Incentives Improvement Act of 1999

Medical Procedures and Personnel (8)

SB 2 - Loudon - Modifies laws relating to abortion
SB 14 - Kennedy - Recognizes "registered nurse first assistants" and authorizes the Board of Nursing to certify such practitioners
SB 204 - Dougherty - Mandates insurance coverage for new phases of clinical trials undertaken for the treatment of cancer
SB 251 - Ridgeway - Creates a tax credit for contributions to support pregnancy resource centers
SB 254 - Engler - Criminalizes distribution and possession of certain prescription medications on school property
SB 323 - Bartle - Establishes the eligibility criteria for grants to umbilical cord blood banks
SB 547 - Loudon - Grants courts power to appoint trustees to disburse funds for health care when a patient is in a persistent vegetative state
HB 100 - Cunningham - Changes the laws regarding the regulation of abortions

Mental Health (5)

SB 121 - Bray - Requires safe staffing and quality care in all veterans homes and mental health facilities
SB 167 - Green - Requires privately funded mental health facilities to have the same reporting requirements for patient abuse as state mental health facilities
SB 208 - Koster - Requires the Department of Mental Health to perform a cost benefit analysis before downsizing or closing any of its facilities
SB 501 - Gibbons - Creates the "Office of Comprehensive Child Mental Health"
HB 462 - Smith - Changes the laws regarding suicide prevention

Mental Health Dept. (6)

SB 121 - Bray - Requires safe staffing and quality care in all veterans homes and mental health facilities
SB 152 - Wilson - Creates a trust fund and Commission for Youth Smoking Prevention
SB 167 - Green - Requires privately funded mental health facilities to have the same reporting requirements for patient abuse as state mental health facilities
SB 208 - Koster - Requires the Department of Mental Health to perform a cost benefit analysis before downsizing or closing any of its facilities
SB 501 - Gibbons - Creates the "Office of Comprehensive Child Mental Health"
HB 462 - Smith - Changes the laws regarding suicide prevention

Merchandising Practices (4)

SB 132 - Ridgeway - Includes cell-phone users on the state's telemarketing no-call list
SB 211 - Loudon - Extends certain rights with regard to sales commissions
SB 273 - Taylor - Permits the delivery sale of cigarettes to a consumer under certain circumstances
SB 346 - Clemens - Limits paddlesport outfitters liability

Merit System (2)

SB 119 - Bray - Revises employment practices relating to gender
SB 120 - Bray - Establishes the Public Employee Due Process Act

Military Affairs (15)

SB 13 - Kennedy - Authorizes tax check-off for contributions to Missouri Military Family Relief Fund
SB 66 - Coleman - Establishes a tuition grant program for children of deceased military members
SB 193 - Engler - Enhances responsibility of the Missouri State Park Board
SB 199 - Gross - Extends the application deadline for the Korean Conflict medallion to January 1, 2006
SB 252 - Koster - Creates the Missouri Military Preparedness and Enhancement Commission
SB 255 - Dolan - Provides a cash benefit to Missouri veterans who died or were wounded while serving in the War on Terror
SB 295 - Dolan - Authorizes a tax check-off for contributions to the Missouri Military Family Relief Fund
SB 304 - Ridgeway - Changes provisions regarding military leave for Kansas City police officers and civilian employees
SB 308 - Purgason - Allows not-for-profit corporations to apply for reinstatement after forfeiture for failing to file an annual report
SB 530 - Vogel - Waives the additional fee for military specialized license plates
HB 94 - Cunningham - Establishes a tutition grant program for children and spouses of certain deceased military members
HB 119 - Jones - Requires continuation of life insurance benefits for state employees and retirees who are called to military service in times of active armed warfare
HB 180 - Johnson - Changes the laws regarding military leave for Kansas City police officers and civilian employees
HB 348 - Pearce - Creates the Missouri Military Preparedness and Enhancement Commission
HB 437 - Jackson - Authorizes a tax check-off for contributions to the Missouri Military Family Relief Fund

Mining and Oil and Gas Production (2)

SB 148 - Nodler - Modifies the Land Reclamation Act
HB 824 - Hobbs - Changes various environmental regulations

Minorities (2)

HB 286 - Bland - Establishes the Emancipation Day Commission
HB 880 - Hughes - Establishes the MBE/WBE Oversight Review Committee

Mortgages and Deeds (2)

SB 190 - Griesheimer - Modifies provisions regarding mortgage broker and loan originators
SB 407 - Mayer - Modifies definition of "owner" in beneficiary deeds

Motels and Hotels (2)

SB 32 - Bartle - Regulates sexually oriented businesses
SB 239 - Scott - Levies a sales tax on food and hotel rooms in the City of Lamar Heights

Motor Carriers (7)

SB 34 - Clemens - Amends the definition of employer and employment as it pertains to unemployment compensation
SB 130 - Clemens - Amends the definition of employer and employee as it pertains to workers compensation
SB 221 - Dolan - Modifies several provisions of law relating to motor vehicles including primary seat belt enforcement
SB 327 - Scott - Makes various changes with respect to the enforcement of commercial motor vehicle laws
SB 354 - Griesheimer - Allows the State Highways Commission to revoke motor carrier registrations under certain circumstances
SB 497 - Mayer - Transfers Commercial Vehicle Enforcement Division of the State Highway Patrol to the Department of Public Safety
HCR 15 - Baker - Urges the Governor, the U.S. President, and the U.S. Congress to oppose efforts to allow trucks to enter Missouri without prior inspection at the United States border

Motor Fuel (6)

SB 22 - Griesheimer - Changes motor vehicle emission requirements
SB 101 - Dolan - Adjusts the motor fuel tax for inflation on an annual basis beginning in 2005
SB 125 - Taylor - Exempts school bus fuel from state sales tax
SCR 12 - Koster - Urges Congress to establish a domestic energy policy that promotes greater energy efficiency
SCR 14 - Purgason - Urges Congress to investigate the recent sharp rise in gasoline prices in the US and explore ways to reduce the price of gasoline, including utilization of alternate fuels
HB 528 - Cunningham - Authorizes the ultimate vendor, delivering bulk sales of gasoline to a certified farmer, to make a claim for a refund of the motor fuel tax at the time of delivery

Motor Vehicles (42)

SB 12 - Cauthorn - Exempts motorcyclists age 21 and older from wearing a helmet when operating a motorcycle or motortricycle
SB 22 - Griesheimer - Changes motor vehicle emission requirements
SB 30 - Dolan - Makes the installation of airbags that do not meet federal safety standards a Class D felony
SB 31 - Bartle - Allows the Department of Transportation to construct toll roads under certain conditions
SB 37 - Nodler - Modifies various provisions concerning alcohol related offenses
SB 52 - Loudon - Prohibits recovery of noneconomic damages for injuries incurred during certain motor vehicle violations
SB 76 - Dolan - Imposes additional surcharges and driver's license suspensions on any person failing to yield the right-of-way
SB 137 - Taylor - Prohibits insurers from owning auto repair shops and prohibits the use of referral fees for using such shops
SB 141 - Nodler - Exempts dealers who sell only emergency vehicles from certain dealer licensure requirements
SB 221 - Dolan - Modifies several provisions of law relating to motor vehicles including primary seat belt enforcement
SB 250 - Dolan - Allows primary enforcement of seat belt law and modifies law with respect to child passenger restraint
SB 253 - Koster - Modifies law regarding titling and registering motor vehicles and requires school districts to perform criminal background checks on school bus drivers
SB 256 - Dolan - Allows primary enforcement of the seat belt law
SB 281 - Klindt - Modifies weight limit for farm vehicles
SB 290 - Engler - Allows vehicle owners to register their motor vehicles quadrennially and limits inspections to one time
SB 340 - Kennedy - Authorizes St. Louis to adopt ordinances to use automated traffic control systems
SB 354 - Griesheimer - Allows the State Highways Commission to revoke motor carrier registrations under certain circumstances
SB 356 - Shields - Enhances penalties for chronic and aggravated drunk offenders and creates crime of aggravated vehicular manslaughter
SB 372 - Engler - Provides for various measures relating to bicycle safety and the duties owed to bicyclists by motorists
SB 383 - Vogel - Abolishes the Motorist Insurance Identification Database Act
SB 390 - Taylor - Allows vehicle dealers to provide disclaimers and disclosures by referring to the Internet and a toll-free number
SB 422 - Bartle - Requires expunged records to be confidential
SB 441 - Ridgeway - Established administrative procedure to suspend drivers' and motor vehicle license for failing to pay towing fees
SB 465 - Vogel - Modifies law regarding possessed titles, motor vehicle dealer surety bonds, and motor vehicle time sales law
SB 471 - Engler - Requires the state highway to certify heavy tow truck operators
SB 487 - Engler - Requires littering offenders to perform community service and assesses two points against litterer's license
SB 488 - Engler - Exempts salvage vehicles with cosmetic damage from highway patrol examination inspections for purposes of titling
SB 497 - Mayer - Transfers Commercial Vehicle Enforcement Division of the State Highway Patrol to the Department of Public Safety
SB 530 - Vogel - Waives the additional fee for military specialized license plates
SB 546 - Loudon - Creates a sales and use tax refund for certain vehicles
SB 549 - Green - Prohibits certain relatives of elected officials from registering as a lobbyist or serving as fee agents
SJR 11 - Bartle - Proposes a constitutional change to allow the Department of Transportation to construct and maintain toll roads
HB 192 - Sander - Reinstates the waste tire fee
HB 248 - Pearce - Allows lenders of motor vehicle time sale loans to collect a fee in advance for permitting the debtor to defer monthly loan payments
HB 417 - Yates - Establishes the Uninsured Motorist Stipulation of Benefits Act of 2005, allows insurers to claim self-audit privilege, and allows insurers to intervene to determine matters of coverage
HB 445 - Guest - Allows municipal ordinances to incorporate by reference, state statutes about vehicle equipment regulations
HB 450 - Meiners - Modifies provisions relating to wine
HB 487 - Bruns - Modifies numerous provisions relating to motor vehicles, including background checks on school bus drivers, issuance of motor vehicle titles, and driver licenses
HB 518 - St. Onge - Enacts various motor vehicle and highway safety provisions including primary seat belt enforcement, child safety restraint and enhanced penalties for highway work zone violations
HB 564 - Boykins - Allows person to receive two sets of two license plate tabs per year at no cost when replacing stolen tabs and prohibits issuance of ticket for stolen tabs
HB 618 - Bearden - Exempts members assigned to the Division of Drug and Crime Control from the cap on the total number of officers and adds Missouri Capitol Police vehicles to the definition of "emergency vehicle"
HB 697 - Lembke - Revises the law on motor vehicle emissions inspections

Museums (4)

SB 268 - Gibbons - Authorizes a property tax increase for Missouri history museum subdistricts
SB 361 - Stouffer - Allows the City of Excelsior Springs to increase its levy for museum purposes
SB 431 - Callahan - Permits sales tax on food for the City of Independence
HB 48 - Dougherty - Establishes a sales tax for museums and tourism in Independence and creates the process for putting a lien for taxes owed to the St. Charles County Convention and Sports Facilities Authority.

National Guard (2)

HB 236 - Goodman - Designates the National Guard armory located in Pierce City as the "Lawrence A. Witt National Guard Armory"
HB 422 - Black - Authorizes the Governor to convey state property in Mississippi County to the City of Charleston

Natural Resources Dept. (10)

SB 46 - Purgason - Prohibits the Department of Natural Resources from requiring that public water system reports be mailed to customers
SB 56 - Klindt - Amends and reinstates the waste tire fee
SB 148 - Nodler - Modifies the Land Reclamation Act
SB 193 - Engler - Enhances responsibility of the Missouri State Park Board
SB 225 - Cauthorn - Modifies various sections pertaining to hazardous waste
SB 483 - Cauthorn - Provides a time frame for addressing non-compliance issues with the Department of Natural Resources
SB 503 - Cauthorn - Provides the opportunity for environmental audits
HB 192 - Sander - Reinstates the waste tire fee
HB 697 - Lembke - Revises the law on motor vehicle emissions inspections
HB 824 - Hobbs - Changes various environmental regulations

Newspapers and Publications (1)

SB 472 - Coleman - Modifies advanced voting and privacy of persons applying to vote by advanced ballot

Nurses (5)

SB 14 - Kennedy - Recognizes "registered nurse first assistants" and authorizes the Board of Nursing to certify such practitioners
SB 90 - Dougherty - Authorizes advanced practice nurses to prescribe certain controlled substances
SB 121 - Bray - Requires safe staffing and quality care in all veterans homes and mental health facilities
SB 527 - Wilson - Requires hospitals to implement a nurse-to-patient ration system
HB 397 - Henke - Adds certified nurse practitioners to the list of health care providers authorized to issue a physician's statement for the purpose of obtaining a disabled license plate

Nursing and Boarding Homes (9)

SB 153 - Graham - Modifies the law relating to ombudsman volunteers
SB 189 - Gross - Extends certain federal reimbursement allowance and requires Medicaid managed care organizations to pay a reimbursement allowance
SB 226 - Cauthorn - Modifies provisions relating to the Medicaid program
SB 341 - Bartle - Limites certificate of need to only long-term care facilities
SB 393 - Stouffer - Prescribes requirements for assisted living residences
SB 457 - Wheeler - Modifies the law relating to ombudsman volunteers
SB 522 - Ridgeway - Provides for an informal dispute resolution for long-term care facilities to contest inspections or complaint investigations
SB 539 - Purgason - Modifies provisions in various health care and social services programs
HB 344 - Baker - Modifies provisions about county health centers and nursing home districts

Optometry (2)

SB 214 - Scott - Each child enrolled in kindergarten, or first grade to receive comprehensive vision examinations
SB 416 - Engler - Prohibits health insurers from refusing to contract with willing optometrists and ophthalmologists

Parks and Recreation (7)

SB 68 - Shields - Creates a sales tax exemption for certain college athletic events
SB 193 - Engler - Enhances responsibility of the Missouri State Park Board
SB 283 - Champion - Allows cities and counties to prohibit concealed firearms in certain recreational facilities
SB 350 - Wilson - Prohibits distribution of controlled substances in parks
SB 544 - Gross - Permits the use of municipal grant funds for parks and recreational purposes
SJR 1 - Klindt - Resubmits the parks and soils tax to a vote of the people starting in 2008
HB 479 - Ervin - Authorizes the disincorporation of a regional recreational district in Clay County upon the request of the district

Pharmacy (7)

SB 10 - Cauthorn - Requires pseudoephedrine products to be sold by a pharmacist or technician
SB 27 - Champion - Creates new requirements when selling pseudoephedrine products at pharmacies
SB 28 - Dolan - Modifies language regarding anti-kickback penalties and certain pharmaceutical companies and establishes the "Well-Being committee" to aid pharmacies
SB 143 - Gross - Extends the pharmacy providers tax
SB 458 - Wheeler - Requires pharmacists to fill prescriptions against religious beliefs unless an employer can accommodate a request not to do so
HB 108 - Schaaf - Allows insureds or enrolles to pay customary retail price of a prescription drug if the retail price is lower than the health carrier's copay
HB 441 - Behnen - Creates restrictions regarding the sale of products containing ephedrine and pseudoephedrine

Physical Therapists (1)

SB 377 - Loudon - Allows practice of physical therapy on animals with prescription from a veterinarian

Physicians (8)

SB 235 - Wheeler - Allows physicians to jointly negotiate with certain health insurance carriers
SB 271 - Scott - Enacts various measures relating to tort reform
SB 316 - Dolan - Modifies provisions of the law relating to ambulatory medical treatment centers
SB 379 - Coleman - Sets standards for emergency care for rape victims
SB 517 - Shields - Provides the requirements for seeking a surrogate to make health care decisions when the patient is incapacitated
SB 524 - Coleman - Regulates the licensing of naturopathic physicians
HB 232 - Portwood - Increases the fees health care providers can charge for copying a patient's health care record
HB 393 - Byrd - Changes the laws affecting claims for damages and their payment and establishes venue in all tort actions

Planning and Zoning (1)

SB 32 - Bartle - Regulates sexually oriented businesses

Political Parties (3)

SB 4 - Klindt - Repeals voting a straight party ticket
SB 54 - Loudon - Repeals the option of voting a straight party ticket
SB 84 - Bray - Modifies paperwork requirements in the formation of a new political party

Political Subdivisions (14)

SB 156 - Shields - Modifies powers of port authorities with respect to property ownership and development
SB 185 - Loudon - Establishes the Open Contracting Act for state and local public works projects
SB 207 - Graham - Extends the termination date for the sales tax holiday to July 1, 2010
SB 210 - Griesheimer - Modifies provisions affecting political subdivisions
SB 267 - Gibbons - Amends provisions relating to property tax reassessment
SB 272 - Gross - Limits amount of revenue collectable from gaming boat admission fees
SB 291 - Mayer - Modifies prevailing wage law
SB 307 - Purgason - Increases the amount that public officials or employees can accept for services to their political subdivision
SB 413 - Taylor - Limits political subdivisions authority to grant franchises for cable operators
SB 534 - Bartle - Modifies procedure for replacement of absent municipal judges
HB 58 - Johnson - Modifies provisions relating to political subdivisions
HB 64 - Sutherland - Extends the sales tax holiday and amends provisions allowing political subdivisions to opt out of the sales tax holiday
HB 577 - Kuessner - Raises the amount of money political subdivision officers may accept for performing services for (or selling property to) their political subdivision
HB 617 - Kelly - Modifies the inclusion of certain counties within watershed improvement districts

Prisons and Jails (10)

SB 16 - Coleman - Eliminates mandatory minimum sentencing for certain felons
SB 61 - Cauthorn - Specifies that sales at prison stores are subject to tax
SB 93 - Cauthorn - Creates the crime of endangering a corrections employee
SB 194 - Engler - Modifies provisions relating to sentencing and crime victims' rights
SB 292 - Bray - Eliminates the death penalty
SB 423 - Bartle - Creates new provisions and makes modifications to the DNA profiling system
SB 448 - Crowell - Allows sheriffs to agree as to which county's jail will house a defendant after a change of venue
SB 464 - Vogel - Modifies the duties and powers of the Missouri Penitentiary Redevelopment Commission
SB 494 - Bray - Modifies provisions concerning exoneration through the use of DNA testing
SB 496 - Mayer - Removes the Corrections Officer Certification Commission's ability to make decisions concerning jailers

Probation and Parole (5)

SB 342 - Bartle - Authorizes municipal courts to contract with certain entities for probation services
SB 461 - Koster - Modifies provisions about probation and parole officers
HB 49 - Jolly - Modifies provisions regarding early release of prisoners
HB 353 - Lipke - Modifies provisions relating to crime
HB 486 - Bruns - Removes prohibition on service providers being related to sexual offender probationers when only one is in the area

Property, Real and Personal (37)

SB 7 - Dougherty - Modifies various provisions relating to lead poisoning
SB 95 - Coleman - Modifies various provisions relating to lead abatement
SB 134 - Wheeler - Allows people to seek injunction or other relief for a code violation for abatement of a nuisance in Kansas City
SB 135 - Wheeler - Modifies law with respect to the Missouri Abandoned Housing Act
SB 139 - Wheeler - Allows neighborhood organizations to bring an action for injuctive relief to stop a nuisance
SB 174 - Vogel - Authorizes the state to convey land to the Regional West Fire Protection District
SB 188 - Griesheimer - Provides a valuation process for business personal property
SB 190 - Griesheimer - Modifies provisions regarding mortgage broker and loan originators
SB 267 - Gibbons - Amends provisions relating to property tax reassessment
SB 282 - Green - Revises regulation of tax increment financing
SB 332 - Crowell - Authorizes the Governor to convey land in Scott County to Sikeston Acquisition
SB 338 - Gross - Modifies provisions relating to the homestead exemption tax credit
SB 364 - Purgason - Authorizes the Board of Governors of Southwest Missouri State University to convey land in Howell and Greene County
SB 382 - Vogel - Authorizes the governor to convey the State Health Laboratory in Jefferson City
SB 392 - Coleman - Authorizes the Governor to convey the Midtown Habilitation Center to St. Louis University
SB 407 - Mayer - Modifies definition of "owner" in beneficiary deeds
SB 435 - Wilson - Enacts various reforms to combat fraudulent real estate practices
SB 436 - Bray - Allows senior citizens to defer property tax payment
SB 443 - Taylor - Prohibits title agencies from commingling certain funds and imposes other requirements on title insurers
SB 444 - Taylor - Requires housing contractors to establish escrow accounts to satisfy potential mechanics' liens
SB 445 - Taylor - Increases the fee for a certificate of number when registering watercraft
SB 450 - Dolan - Authorizes the Governor to convey various pieces of state property
SB 453 - Loudon - Modifies nuisance law
SB 485 - Days - Allows senior and disabled persons to defer increases in property tax payments
SB 502 - Gibbons - Authorizes the Governor to convey land to Manchester United Methodist Church in exchange for another parcel of land
HB 174 - Wood - Authorizes revocation of a real estate license for persons convicted of certain felonies and defines exclusive brokerage agreements
HB 229 - Portwood - Modifies the Homestead Exemption Tax Credit
HB 260 - Deeken - Authorizes the Governor to convey state property located in Cole County to the Cole County Regional West Fire District
HB 422 - Black - Authorizes the Governor to convey state property in Mississippi County to the City of Charleston
HB 431 - Wright - Allows certain buildings in Springfield eligible to receive the sales and income tax increment of MODRESA
HB 453 - May - Authorizes the Governor to convey state property located in Phelps County to the City of St. James
HB 461 - Sutherland - Requires all assessors to use a method of valuing business personal property according to State Tax Commission rule
HB 531 - Wright - Authorizes the Governor to convey state property in Green County to the Greater Ozarks Association for Retarded Citizens
HB 567 - Stevenson - Changes the deadline for filing exception to a condemnation commissioners' report
HB 631 - Portwood - Authorizes the Governor to convey land to Manchester United Methodist Church in exchange for another parcel of land
HB 685 - Franz - Authorizes the Board of Governors of Southwest Missouri State University to convey land located in Howell County and Springfield
HB 743 - Kingery - Authorizes the Governor to convey state property located in Madison County to the United States government for forestry purposes

Psychologists (1)

SB 110 - Dougherty - Requires health insurance reimbursement of certain licensed professional counselors at same rate as psychologists

Public Assistance (9)

SB 26 - Champion - Increases the resource limits for public assistance eligibility for single and married persons
SB 82 - Bray - Requires applicants for Medicaid and CHIPs to identify the proposed beneficiary's employer
SB 321 - Shields - Establishes the Dental Carve-Out Act of 2005 to implement a process of providing dental benefits to public assistance recipients
SB 352 - Stouffer - Creates an income tax credit for child care services by a qualified spouse
SB 410 - Graham - Provides for the exclusion of assets for purposes of determining eligibility for public assistance
SB 532 - Ridgeway - Creates the Medical Ownership Program, a medicaid coverage program dealing with managed health savings accounts
SCR 15 - Gibbons - Establishes the Medicaid Reform Commission
HB 400 - Yates - Establishes the Dental Carve-Out Act of 2005 to implement a process for providing dental benefits to public assistance recipients
HB 827 - Portwood - Modifies the eligibility requirements of an employed disabled person requesting medical assistance under the federal Ticket to Work and Work Incentives Improvement Act of 1999

Public Buildings (3)

SB 122 - Nodler - Creates the Energy Efficiency Implementation Act
SB 160 - Bartle - Prohibits human cloning
SB 335 - Dougherty - Allows the Office of Administration to prohibit displays and signs in public areas of the state capitol

Public Officers (7)

SB 120 - Bray - Establishes the Public Employee Due Process Act
SB 201 - Green - Repeals law setting limits on campaign contributions to candidates for elected office
SB 243 - Scott - Modifies various provisions dealing with the reporting and investigating of an individual's death
SB 307 - Purgason - Increases the amount that public officials or employees can accept for services to their political subdivision
SB 479 - Scott - Modifies requirement of financial statement for official of certain political subdivisions
SB 542 - Callahan - Prohibits certain convicted criminals from qualifying for public office
HB 577 - Kuessner - Raises the amount of money political subdivision officers may accept for performing services for (or selling property to) their political subdivision

Public Records, Public Meetings (1)

SB 150 - Green - Creates the Public Service Accountability Act

Public Safety Dept. (5)

SB 340 - Kennedy - Authorizes St. Louis to adopt ordinances to use automated traffic control systems
SB 397 - Graham - Modifies various aspects of the criminal justice system
SB 470 - Engler - Creates the Missouri Blasting Safety Act
SB 497 - Mayer - Transfers Commercial Vehicle Enforcement Division of the State Highway Patrol to the Department of Public Safety
HB 684 - Lipke - Creates new provisions and makes modifications to certain statutes relating to the DNA profiling system

Public Service Commission (7)

SB 124 - Nodler - Provides discretion to the Public Service Commission to permit recovery of costs by electrical corporations
SB 165 - Bartle - Changes the procedure for appeal of a Public Service Commission order
SB 179 - Griesheimer - Allows for utility companies to recover costs through alternate rate plans
SB 218 - Klindt - Allows incumbent local exchange companies (ILECs) to be regulated under a price cap
SB 237 - Klindt - Modifies various telecommunications regulations
SB 462 - Klindt - Modifies acquisition of sewer or water corporations by public utilities
SCR 10 - Scott - Urges PSC to adopt rules governing the application process telecommunication providers can be certified as "eligible telecomunications carriers"

Railroads (1)

SB 224 - Clemens - Creates a tax credit against the private car ad valorem tax

Redistricting (1)

SJR 13 - Bartle - Reduces the number of representatives from 163 to 99 and the number of senators from 34 to 33

Religion (5)

SB 111 - Cauthorn - Broadens disqualifying misconduct in employment law and allows some individuals to waive the protections of the workers' compensation law for religious reasons
SB 514 - Ridgeway - Prohibits any action against a state or local public employee for acknowledging God
SB 550 - Mayer - Creates a tax credit for donations to certain religious and charitable organizations
SCR 2 - Cauthorn - Expresses the gratitude and support of the Senate to faith-based and community organizations
SR 901 - Mayer - Urges Congress to adopt the Constitution Restoration Act of 2005

Retirement - Local Government (4)

SB 63 - Cauthorn - Exempts pension and retirement income of seniors from state income tax
HB 261 - Deeken - Creates two new retirement benefit options in the Local Government Employees' Retirement System (LAGERS)
HB 323 - Johnson - Recodifies the laws regarding the Police Retirement System of Kansas City and the Civilian Employees' Retirement System of the Police Department of Kansas City
HB 606 - Lembke - Repeals the three child limit and modifies the death benefit to surviving spouses in police pension systems

Retirement - Schools (3)

SB 63 - Cauthorn - Exempts pension and retirement income of seniors from state income tax
SB 229 - Bray - Allows the hiring of a retired teacher to work between 550 and 800 hours without losing their retirement benefits
HB 443 - Sander - Alters provisions regarding the Public School Retirement System

Retirement - State (13)

SB 33 - Bartle - Alters provisions of the administrative law judges (ALJ) retirement system
SB 45 - Purgason - Certain appointees must serve 75% of a term in order to qualify for Administrative Law Judge retirement system benefits
SB 63 - Cauthorn - Exempts pension and retirement income of seniors from state income tax
SB 183 - Scott - Merges the Administrative Law Judge retirement system into the state employees' retirement system
SB 202 - Crowell - Merges the Administrative Law Judge retirement system into the state employees' retirement system
SB 217 - Gross - Merges the Administrative Law Judge retirement system into the State Employees' retirement system
SB 275 - Crowell - Requires the consolidation of certain state retirement systems
SB 276 - Crowell - Renders several alterations to the state employee retirement system
SB 375 - Loudon - A state worker with ten years of service under MOSERS will be credited for all of the years that person served in the military
SB 447 - Crowell - Removes the eight-year transfer provision under MOSERS between various state retirement systems
SB 466 - Vogel - Provides temporary retirement and medical incentives for employees currently eligible to retire under MOSERS
SB 486 - Engler - Removes the eight-year transfer provision to the judicial retirement system
HB 334 - Smith - Changes the laws regarding the Missouri State Employees' Retirement System (MOSERS)

Retirement Systems and Benefits - General (22)

SB 18 - Coleman - Exempts military pensions from state income tax
SB 33 - Bartle - Alters provisions of the administrative law judges (ALJ) retirement system
SB 45 - Purgason - Certain appointees must serve 75% of a term in order to qualify for Administrative Law Judge retirement system benefits
SB 63 - Cauthorn - Exempts pension and retirement income of seniors from state income tax
SB 183 - Scott - Merges the Administrative Law Judge retirement system into the state employees' retirement system
SB 202 - Crowell - Merges the Administrative Law Judge retirement system into the state employees' retirement system
SB 217 - Gross - Merges the Administrative Law Judge retirement system into the State Employees' retirement system
SB 275 - Crowell - Requires the consolidation of certain state retirement systems
SB 276 - Crowell - Renders several alterations to the state employee retirement system
SB 304 - Ridgeway - Changes provisions regarding military leave for Kansas City police officers and civilian employees
SB 310 - Champion - Amends various provisions relating to withholding of retirement payments for income tax purposes
SB 317 - Mayer - Changes provisions regarding the state highway patrol retirement system
SB 357 - Shields - Recodification of the Kansas City Police and Civilian Employees' Retirement System
SB 401 - Kennedy - Repeals the three-child limit in police pension systems
SB 449 - Crowell - Permits an income tax deduction for amount of retirement or pension income taxed by another state
SCR 9 - Bray - Opposes restructuring the Social Security Trust Fund
SCR 13 - Griesheimer - Establishes the State Retirement Consolidation Commission
HB 261 - Deeken - Creates two new retirement benefit options in the Local Government Employees' Retirement System (LAGERS)
HB 323 - Johnson - Recodifies the laws regarding the Police Retirement System of Kansas City and the Civilian Employees' Retirement System of the Police Department of Kansas City
HB 334 - Smith - Changes the laws regarding the Missouri State Employees' Retirement System (MOSERS)
HB 443 - Sander - Alters provisions regarding the Public School Retirement System
HCR 9 - Bivins - Urges the United States Congress to immediately repeal the Government Pension Offset and Windfall Elimination Provision of the Social Security Act

Revenue Dept. (52)

SB 13 - Kennedy - Authorizes tax check-off for contributions to Missouri Military Family Relief Fund
SB 58 - Dougherty - Modifies recording fees and their use
SB 92 - Cauthorn - Allows members of the NRA to obtain specialized license plates
SB 94 - Cauthorn - Creates the Respect Life license plate and establishes a fund to promote alternatives to abortion
SB 101 - Dolan - Adjusts the motor fuel tax for inflation on an annual basis beginning in 2005
SB 141 - Nodler - Exempts dealers who sell only emergency vehicles from certain dealer licensure requirements
SB 221 - Dolan - Modifies several provisions of law relating to motor vehicles including primary seat belt enforcement
SB 222 - Callahan - Places various reporting requirements upon manufacturers of tobacco products
SB 247 - Dolan - Modifies law with respect to professional engineers license plates
SB 253 - Koster - Modifies law regarding titling and registering motor vehicles and requires school districts to perform criminal background checks on school bus drivers
SB 290 - Engler - Allows vehicle owners to register their motor vehicles quadrennially and limits inspections to one time
SB 294 - Bray - Creates the "Freedom=Choice" license plate and corresponding fund to pay for family planning services
SB 295 - Dolan - Authorizes a tax check-off for contributions to the Missouri Military Family Relief Fund
SB 326 - Nodler - Amends various provisions of the Tobacco Master Settlement Agreement
SB 338 - Gross - Modifies provisions relating to the homestead exemption tax credit
SB 339 - Gross - Removes Department of Revenue branch office language from Section 32.040
SB 340 - Kennedy - Authorizes St. Louis to adopt ordinances to use automated traffic control systems
SB 352 - Stouffer - Creates an income tax credit for child care services by a qualified spouse
SB 354 - Griesheimer - Allows the State Highways Commission to revoke motor carrier registrations under certain circumstances
SB 356 - Shields - Enhances penalties for chronic and aggravated drunk offenders and creates crime of aggravated vehicular manslaughter
SB 378 - Coleman - Allows a person to replace two sets of two stolen license plate tabs per year and prohibits issuance of ticket for stolen tabs
SB 383 - Vogel - Abolishes the Motorist Insurance Identification Database Act
SB 390 - Taylor - Allows vehicle dealers to provide disclaimers and disclosures by referring to the Internet and a toll-free number
SB 398 - Graham - Requires fee agents to be appointed by the governor with the advice and consent of the senate
SB 426 - Callahan - Requires the director of the Department of Revenue to expunge certain suspensions from noncommercial driving records
SB 429 - Callahan - Creates a one hundred dollar tax credit for canine adoption
SB 431 - Callahan - Permits sales tax on food for the City of Independence
SB 441 - Ridgeway - Established administrative procedure to suspend drivers' and motor vehicle license for failing to pay towing fees
SB 445 - Taylor - Increases the fee for a certificate of number when registering watercraft
SB 449 - Crowell - Permits an income tax deduction for amount of retirement or pension income taxed by another state
SB 465 - Vogel - Modifies law regarding possessed titles, motor vehicle dealer surety bonds, and motor vehicle time sales law
SB 485 - Days - Allows senior and disabled persons to defer increases in property tax payments
SB 487 - Engler - Requires littering offenders to perform community service and assesses two points against litterer's license
SB 488 - Engler - Exempts salvage vehicles with cosmetic damage from highway patrol examination inspections for purposes of titling
SB 509 - Dolan - Creates tax credit for a percentage of the adjusted purchase price paid for a qualified equity investment
SB 529 - Vogel - Amends provisions relating to the assessment and collection of various taxes for telecommunications companies
SB 530 - Vogel - Waives the additional fee for military specialized license plates
SB 544 - Gross - Permits the use of municipal grant funds for parks and recreational purposes
SB 549 - Green - Prohibits certain relatives of elected officials from registering as a lobbyist or serving as fee agents
SB 550 - Mayer - Creates a tax credit for donations to certain religious and charitable organizations
HB 48 - Dougherty - Establishes a sales tax for museums and tourism in Independence and creates the process for putting a lien for taxes owed to the St. Charles County Convention and Sports Facilities Authority.
HB 64 - Sutherland - Extends the sales tax holiday and amends provisions allowing political subdivisions to opt out of the sales tax holiday
HB 114 - Johnson - Extends the Kansas City mass transportation sales tax until 2015
HB 186 - Emery - Modifies provisions affecting county government
HB 209 - Cooper - Authorizes the simplified municipal telecommunications business license tax
HB 229 - Portwood - Modifies the Homestead Exemption Tax Credit
HB 437 - Jackson - Authorizes a tax check-off for contributions to the Missouri Military Family Relief Fund
HB 528 - Cunningham - Authorizes the ultimate vendor, delivering bulk sales of gasoline to a certified farmer, to make a claim for a refund of the motor fuel tax at the time of delivery
HB 564 - Boykins - Allows person to receive two sets of two license plate tabs per year at no cost when replacing stolen tabs and prohibits issuance of ticket for stolen tabs
HB 649 - Fares - Provides a fifty percent income tax credit for property tax payments made by elderly and disabled people
HB 789 - Salva - Exempts sales made to or by civic and charitable organizations including for sales outside their civic and charitable activities and functions from sales tax
HJR 16 - Chinn - Proposes a constitutional amendment extending the parks and soils sales tax to 2016 and resubmitting the measure every 10 years

Roads and Highways (32)

SB 29 - Dolan - Prohibits conditional granting of permits or licenses upon billboard removal without just compensation
SB 31 - Bartle - Allows the Department of Transportation to construct toll roads under certain conditions
SB 38 - Nodler - Adds highway designations within Newton and Jasper County
SB 76 - Dolan - Imposes additional surcharges and driver's license suspensions on any person failing to yield the right-of-way
SB 77 - Dolan - Makes numerous revisions to the Missouri Transportation Development District Act
SB 171 - Purgason - Repeals plank requirement for owners of tractors and other farm equipment
SB 181 - Loudon - Designates the New Mississippi River Bridge connecting Missouri to Illinois in downtown St. Louis as the "Ronald Wilson Reagan Memorial Bridge"
SB 209 - Koster - Designates a portion of Highway 58 in Johnson County as the "Veterans Memorial Parkway"
SB 221 - Dolan - Modifies several provisions of law relating to motor vehicles including primary seat belt enforcement
SB 227 - Engler - Designates a portion of state highway M as the "Highway Patrolman Robert Kolilis Memorial Highway"
SB 233 - Stouffer - Designates certain bridges and highways and requires future highway designations to go through a new process
SB 311 - Dolan - Permits certain utility companies to place their facilities with the rights-of-way on highways
SB 313 - Dolan - Modifies law with respect to highway work zones and creates the crime of "endangerment of a highway worker"
SB 314 - Dolan - Modifies the law with respect to the placement and relocation of utility facilities within highway rights-of-ways
SB 340 - Kennedy - Authorizes St. Louis to adopt ordinances to use automated traffic control systems
SB 372 - Engler - Provides for various measures relating to bicycle safety and the duties owed to bicyclists by motorists
SB 374 - Loudon - Designates a portion of State Highway 370 as the "Officer Scott Armstrong Memorial Highway"
SB 412 - Taylor - Establishes the hazardous duty compensation act
SB 427 - Callahan - Applies preferential treatment to Missouri business bidders in highway bidding process
SB 471 - Engler - Requires the state highway to certify heavy tow truck operators
SB 487 - Engler - Requires littering offenders to perform community service and assesses two points against litterer's license
SJR 11 - Bartle - Proposes a constitutional change to allow the Department of Transportation to construct and maintain toll roads
HB 43 - Wallace - Designates a portion of U. S. Highway 160 from State Route 76 to State Route 125 as the "Rick Harmon Memorial Highway"
HB 53 - Swinger - Designates one highway and three bridge after prominent Missourians
HB 155 - Ruestman - Designates a portion of State Highway E in McDonald County as the "Albert Brumley Memorial Highway"
HB 215 - Pearce - Allows Warrensburg to annex areas along the road or highway up to 2.5 miles from the existing city boundary
HB 243 - May - Designates a portion of U. S. Highway 63 in Phelps County as the "Korean War Veterans Association Memorial Highway"
HB 410 - Flook - Designates a portion of State Route H in Clay County as the "Richard L. Harriman Highway"
HB 423 - Kuessner - Designates a portion of state highway M as the "Trooper Robert Kolilis Memorial Highway" and a portion of U.S. Highway 54 as the "Trooper Ross S. Creach Memorial Highway"
HB 513 - Zweifel - Designates a portion of State Highway 370 in St. Louis and St. Charles counties as the "Officer Scott Armstrong Memorial Highway"
HB 518 - St. Onge - Enacts various motor vehicle and highway safety provisions including primary seat belt enforcement, child safety restraint and enhanced penalties for highway work zone violations
HB 564 - Boykins - Allows person to receive two sets of two license plate tabs per year at no cost when replacing stolen tabs and prohibits issuance of ticket for stolen tabs

Saint Louis (15)

SB 53 - Loudon - Requires appointment of St. Louis City circuit clerk
SB 108 - Dougherty - Modifies the taxes for community services for children
SB 181 - Loudon - Designates the New Mississippi River Bridge connecting Missouri to Illinois in downtown St. Louis as the "Ronald Wilson Reagan Memorial Bridge"
SB 220 - Dolan - Restores sovereign immunity to Metro and KCATA, provides immunity to state employees for official actions, and removes St. Louis and Kansas City Police Boards from legal defense fund coverage
SB 269 - Shields - Amends provisions of the entertainer and athlete tax relating to allocation of funds
SB 297 - Coleman - Alters the metropolitan school district's procedures with regard to employees subject to removal
SB 298 - Coleman - Alters provisions regarding the superintendent and teachers of the St. Louis public school system
SB 301 - Coleman - Increases the maximum amount of compensation payable to St. Louis police officers
SB 302 - Coleman - Changes the election date for certain St. Louis school board members
SB 339 - Gross - Removes Department of Revenue branch office language from Section 32.040
SB 340 - Kennedy - Authorizes St. Louis to adopt ordinances to use automated traffic control systems
SB 391 - Dougherty - Grants neighborhood organizations in the city of St. Louis standing to file nuisance actions
HB 297 - Pearce - Renders several alterations to the state's education policy
HB 448 - Villa - Increases the maximum amount of compensation payable to St. Louis police officers
HB 606 - Lembke - Repeals the three child limit and modifies the death benefit to surviving spouses in police pension systems

Salaries (7)

SB 11 - Cauthorn - Certain state employees' compensation would automatically adjust according to the consumer price index level
SB 71 - Griesheimer - Changes which state employees may receive paid leave for volunteering as a disaster service volunteer
SB 119 - Bray - Revises employment practices relating to gender
SB 301 - Coleman - Increases the maximum amount of compensation payable to St. Louis police officers
SB 305 - Engler - Authorizes minimum amounts of compensation for certain corrections personnel
SB 349 - Green - Makes various changes relating to prevailing wage law
HB 448 - Villa - Increases the maximum amount of compensation payable to St. Louis police officers

Science and Technology (2)

SB 164 - Crowell - Prohibits the use of public funds for health and social services programs that subsidize abortion services
HB 640 - Pearce - Makes it a criminal offense to send certain unsolicited e-mail messages

Secretary of State (9)

SB 84 - Bray - Modifies paperwork requirements in the formation of a new political party
SB 123 - Bartle - Modifies provisions relating to corporate stock issuance and sales of corporate assets and allows not-for-profit corporations to apply for reinstatement after forfeiture for failing to file an annual report
SB 308 - Purgason - Allows not-for-profit corporations to apply for reinstatement after forfeiture for failing to file an annual report
SB 329 - Coleman - Prohibits a parent, sibling or child of a statewide elected official from registering as a lobbyist
SB 472 - Coleman - Modifies advanced voting and privacy of persons applying to vote by advanced ballot
SB 478 - Scott - Modifies provisions relating to elections
HB 219 - Salva - Designates a room in the Missouri State Archives as the "Alex M. Petrovic Reading Room"
HB 630 - Pollock - Allows a not-for-profit corporation to apply for reinstatement if forfeited after 1978 for failure to file an annual report
HB 678 - Byrd - Outlines various provisions regarding uncertificated shares of stock and shareholder remedies

Securities (4)

SB 123 - Bartle - Modifies provisions relating to corporate stock issuance and sales of corporate assets and allows not-for-profit corporations to apply for reinstatement after forfeiture for failing to file an annual report
SB 131 - Loudon - Allows insurance companies to invest capital, reserves, and surplus in preferred or guaranteed stocks
SB 452 - Dolan - Repeals law prohibiting interested investment and bond counsel firms from involvement in bond issuance
HB 69 - Rupp - Allows insurance companies to invest capital, reserves, and surplus in preferred or guaranteed stocks

Sewers and Sewer Districts (5)

SB 172 - Purgason - Repeals HS/HCS/HB 1433 (2004) authorizing the creation of watershed improvement districts
SB 400 - Klindt - Allows for the creation of wholesale water and sewer authorities
SB 415 - Cauthorn - Allows water companies to contract with sewer providers to terminate service for delinquent accounts
SB 462 - Klindt - Modifies acquisition of sewer or water corporations by public utilities
SB 468 - Griesheimer - Allows for the creation or reorganized common sewer districts

Social Services Dept. (23)

SB 7 - Dougherty - Modifies various provisions relating to lead poisoning
SB 60 - Dougherty - Increases the foster care reimbursement and the adoption subsidy rates over a four-year period
SB 82 - Bray - Requires applicants for Medicaid and CHIPs to identify the proposed beneficiary's employer
SB 155 - Mayer - Requires certain identifying information to be expunged by the Division of Family Services
SB 164 - Crowell - Prohibits the use of public funds for health and social services programs that subsidize abortion services
SB 214 - Scott - Each child enrolled in kindergarten, or first grade to receive comprehensive vision examinations
SB 226 - Cauthorn - Modifies provisions relating to the Medicaid program
SB 251 - Ridgeway - Creates a tax credit for contributions to support pregnancy resource centers
SB 321 - Shields - Establishes the Dental Carve-Out Act of 2005 to implement a process of providing dental benefits to public assistance recipients
SB 362 - Stouffer - Creates an income tax credit for donations made to residential treatment agencies
SB 376 - Loudon - Provides immunity from liability to private contractors working under the direction of the children's division
SB 388 - Loudon - Creates an income tax credit for donations made to qualifying residential treatment agencies
SB 410 - Graham - Provides for the exclusion of assets for purposes of determining eligibility for public assistance
SB 451 - Dolan - Requires prosecuting attorneys to impanel adult abuse fatality review panels
SB 532 - Ridgeway - Creates the Medical Ownership Program, a medicaid coverage program dealing with managed health savings accounts
SB 533 - Shields - Additional penalty for persons placed on the employee disqualification list
SB 539 - Purgason - Modifies provisions in various health care and social services programs
SB 550 - Mayer - Creates a tax credit for donations to certain religious and charitable organizations
SB 551 - Mayer - Adds a definition for emergency as it relates to removal of a child from the home
SB 555 - Shields - Provides financial assistance to physically disabled persons for personal care assistance services through eligible vendors
SB 556 - Gibbons - Creates the Medicaid Reform Commission
HB 400 - Yates - Establishes the Dental Carve-Out Act of 2005 to implement a process for providing dental benefits to public assistance recipients
HB 827 - Portwood - Modifies the eligibility requirements of an employed disabled person requesting medical assistance under the federal Ticket to Work and Work Incentives Improvement Act of 1999

Sovereign or Official Immunity (1)

SB 220 - Dolan - Restores sovereign immunity to Metro and KCATA, provides immunity to state employees for official actions, and removes St. Louis and Kansas City Police Boards from legal defense fund coverage

State Departments (5)

SB 122 - Nodler - Creates the Energy Efficiency Implementation Act
SB 185 - Loudon - Establishes the Open Contracting Act for state and local public works projects
SB 208 - Koster - Requires the Department of Mental Health to perform a cost benefit analysis before downsizing or closing any of its facilities
SB 291 - Mayer - Modifies prevailing wage law
HB 576 - Flook - Modifies the laws regarding the Small Business Regulatory Fairness Board and the procedures necessary for obtaining judicial review of administrative decisions

State Employees (17)

SB 11 - Cauthorn - Certain state employees' compensation would automatically adjust according to the consumer price index level
SB 71 - Griesheimer - Changes which state employees may receive paid leave for volunteering as a disaster service volunteer
SB 111 - Cauthorn - Broadens disqualifying misconduct in employment law and allows some individuals to waive the protections of the workers' compensation law for religious reasons
SB 120 - Bray - Establishes the Public Employee Due Process Act
SB 133 - Loudon - Requires Office of Administration to include certain products in the cafeteria plan for state employees
SB 140 - Days - Requires state employees health care plan premiums to be based on the employee's salary
SB 149 - Nodler - Establishes hearing for restatement and back-pay award
SB 151 - Green - Prohibits state senators and representatives from receiving state health insurance
SB 307 - Purgason - Increases the amount that public officials or employees can accept for services to their political subdivision
SB 367 - Cauthorn - Changes requirement for payment of overtime hours for nonexempt state employees
SB 412 - Taylor - Establishes the hazardous duty compensation act
SB 447 - Crowell - Removes the eight-year transfer provision under MOSERS between various state retirement systems
SB 466 - Vogel - Provides temporary retirement and medical incentives for employees currently eligible to retire under MOSERS
SB 514 - Ridgeway - Prohibits any action against a state or local public employee for acknowledging God
SB 533 - Shields - Additional penalty for persons placed on the employee disqualification list
HB 119 - Jones - Requires continuation of life insurance benefits for state employees and retirees who are called to military service in times of active armed warfare
HB 334 - Smith - Changes the laws regarding the Missouri State Employees' Retirement System (MOSERS)

State Tax Commission (4)

SB 474 - Kennedy - Requires state tax commissioners to be state licensed real estate appraisers
HB 229 - Portwood - Modifies the Homestead Exemption Tax Credit
HB 230 - Portwood - Prohibits a person from claiming both the circuit breaker income tax credit and the homestead property tax exemption credit
HB 461 - Sutherland - Requires all assessors to use a method of valuing business personal property according to State Tax Commission rule

Sunshine Law (1)

SB 463 - Gross - Modifies applicabliity of sunshine law to certain non-profit organizations

Surveyors (1)

SB 278 - Nodler - Authorizes the Board of Architects, Professional Engineers, Land Surveyors and Landscape Architects to seek civil penalties

Tax Credits (10)

SB 15 - Kennedy - Provides a tax credit for modifying a home for a disabled person
SB 20 - Shields - Creates a tax credit for teachers' related out-of-pocket expenses
SB 70 - Shields - Modifies the BUILD tax credit program, tax increment financing, the quality jobs program, the local economic development sales tax, and health insurance claims history
SB 143 - Gross - Extends the pharmacy providers tax
SB 189 - Gross - Extends certain federal reimbursement allowance and requires Medicaid managed care organizations to pay a reimbursement allowance
SB 224 - Clemens - Creates a tax credit against the private car ad valorem tax
SB 343 - Bartle - Changes the laws regarding job development programs administered by the Department of Economic Development
SB 362 - Stouffer - Creates an income tax credit for donations made to residential treatment agencies
SCR 16 - Gross - Establishes the Joint Interim Committee on Tax Credits
HB 230 - Portwood - Prohibits a person from claiming both the circuit breaker income tax credit and the homestead property tax exemption credit

Taxation and Revenue - General (43)

SB 3 - Loudon - Allows the full amount of adoption tax credites to be issued regardless of whether the adoption is an in-state or out-of-state adoption
SB 18 - Coleman - Exempts military pensions from state income tax
SB 44 - Wheeler - Creates a tax deduction for organ donation
SB 47 - Crowell - Modifies the state sales tax holiday law
SB 61 - Cauthorn - Specifies that sales at prison stores are subject to tax
SB 68 - Shields - Creates a sales tax exemption for certain college athletic events
SB 70 - Shields - Modifies the BUILD tax credit program, tax increment financing, the quality jobs program, the local economic development sales tax, and health insurance claims history
SB 79 - Bartle - Increases the gambling boat admission fees
SB 80 - Bartle - Dedicates at least 10% of future TIF increments to schools affected by the TIF
SB 101 - Dolan - Adjusts the motor fuel tax for inflation on an annual basis beginning in 2005
SB 125 - Taylor - Exempts school bus fuel from state sales tax
SB 143 - Gross - Extends the pharmacy providers tax
SB 189 - Gross - Extends certain federal reimbursement allowance and requires Medicaid managed care organizations to pay a reimbursement allowance
SB 244 - Scott - Prohibits health carriers from requiring applicants to submit tax information to obtain insurance coverage
SB 248 - Dolan - Creates a tax deduction for elementary and secondary school expenses
SB 268 - Gibbons - Authorizes a property tax increase for Missouri history museum subdistricts
SB 272 - Gross - Limits amount of revenue collectable from gaming boat admission fees
SB 282 - Green - Revises regulation of tax increment financing
SB 358 - Taylor - Restructures the board of directors for tourism districts and recalculates the dispersion of sales taxes in those districts
SB 360 - Bray - Modifies various tax provisions
SB 406 - Gross - Limits the issuance and redemption of economic development tax credits to a percentage of net general revenue
SB 504 - Dougherty - Creates the office of Inspector General within the Office of Administration
SB 509 - Dolan - Creates tax credit for a percentage of the adjusted purchase price paid for a qualified equity investment
SB 516 - Griesheimer - Eliminates a provision in Section 99.847 allowing districts to receive reimbursement for emergency services
SB 529 - Vogel - Amends provisions relating to the assessment and collection of various taxes for telecommunications companies
SB 530 - Vogel - Waives the additional fee for military specialized license plates
SB 541 - Callahan - Exempts attorneys' fees from calculation in project costs in Jackson County for tax increment financing
SB 550 - Mayer - Creates a tax credit for donations to certain religious and charitable organizations
SJR 1 - Klindt - Resubmits the parks and soils tax to a vote of the people starting in 2008
SJR 2 - Klindt - Modifies the Budget Reserve Fund
HB 64 - Sutherland - Extends the sales tax holiday and amends provisions allowing political subdivisions to opt out of the sales tax holiday
HB 91 - Johnson - Modifies the law for tax increment financing when dealing with redevelopment ares, plans, and projects
HB 114 - Johnson - Extends the Kansas City mass transportation sales tax until 2015
HB 135 - Richard - Modifies eligibility for the BUILD program, creates the Missouri quality jobs program and raises the T.I.F. and MODESA caps, and modifies the sales tax holiday
HB 186 - Emery - Modifies provisions affecting county government
HB 209 - Cooper - Authorizes the simplified municipal telecommunications business license tax
HB 431 - Wright - Allows certain buildings in Springfield eligible to receive the sales and income tax increment of MODRESA
HB 461 - Sutherland - Requires all assessors to use a method of valuing business personal property according to State Tax Commission rule
HB 515 - Wood - Amends provisions relating to tourism community enhancement districts
HB 528 - Cunningham - Authorizes the ultimate vendor, delivering bulk sales of gasoline to a certified farmer, to make a claim for a refund of the motor fuel tax at the time of delivery
HB 649 - Fares - Provides a fifty percent income tax credit for property tax payments made by elderly and disabled people
HB 789 - Salva - Exempts sales made to or by civic and charitable organizations including for sales outside their civic and charitable activities and functions from sales tax
HJR 16 - Chinn - Proposes a constitutional amendment extending the parks and soils sales tax to 2016 and resubmitting the measure every 10 years

Taxation and Revenue - Income (29)

SB 13 - Kennedy - Authorizes tax check-off for contributions to Missouri Military Family Relief Fund
SB 15 - Kennedy - Provides a tax credit for modifying a home for a disabled person
SB 18 - Coleman - Exempts military pensions from state income tax
SB 20 - Shields - Creates a tax credit for teachers' related out-of-pocket expenses
SB 44 - Wheeler - Creates a tax deduction for organ donation
SB 63 - Cauthorn - Exempts pension and retirement income of seniors from state income tax
SB 70 - Shields - Modifies the BUILD tax credit program, tax increment financing, the quality jobs program, the local economic development sales tax, and health insurance claims history
SB 133 - Loudon - Requires Office of Administration to include certain products in the cafeteria plan for state employees
SB 195 - Graham - Alters certain property and gaming tax policies and directs resulting revenue to several programs in higher education
SB 219 - Dolan - Creates an income tax dependency exemption for stillborn children
SB 248 - Dolan - Creates a tax deduction for elementary and secondary school expenses
SB 251 - Ridgeway - Creates a tax credit for contributions to support pregnancy resource centers
SB 269 - Shields - Amends provisions of the entertainer and athlete tax relating to allocation of funds
SB 295 - Dolan - Authorizes a tax check-off for contributions to the Missouri Military Family Relief Fund
SB 310 - Champion - Amends various provisions relating to withholding of retirement payments for income tax purposes
SB 352 - Stouffer - Creates an income tax credit for child care services by a qualified spouse
SB 360 - Bray - Modifies various tax provisions
SB 362 - Stouffer - Creates an income tax credit for donations made to residential treatment agencies
SB 388 - Loudon - Creates an income tax credit for donations made to qualifying residential treatment agencies
SB 406 - Gross - Limits the issuance and redemption of economic development tax credits to a percentage of net general revenue
SB 429 - Callahan - Creates a one hundred dollar tax credit for canine adoption
SB 449 - Crowell - Permits an income tax deduction for amount of retirement or pension income taxed by another state
SB 459 - Green - Creates a tax deduction for small businesses and farmers that provide health insurance for employees
SB 509 - Dolan - Creates tax credit for a percentage of the adjusted purchase price paid for a qualified equity investment
SB 540 - Bray - Requires amount of taxes paid to another state for property taxes to be added back in income tax calculation
SB 550 - Mayer - Creates a tax credit for donations to certain religious and charitable organizations
SJR 15 - Coleman - Creates the "Education First Trust Fund"
HB 437 - Jackson - Authorizes a tax check-off for contributions to the Missouri Military Family Relief Fund
HB 649 - Fares - Provides a fifty percent income tax credit for property tax payments made by elderly and disabled people

Taxation and Revenue - Property (24)

SB 70 - Shields - Modifies the BUILD tax credit program, tax increment financing, the quality jobs program, the local economic development sales tax, and health insurance claims history
SB 80 - Bartle - Dedicates at least 10% of future TIF increments to schools affected by the TIF
SB 108 - Dougherty - Modifies the taxes for community services for children
SB 188 - Griesheimer - Provides a valuation process for business personal property
SB 195 - Graham - Alters certain property and gaming tax policies and directs resulting revenue to several programs in higher education
SB 206 - Champion - Allows certain buildings in the City of Springfield to be eligible for tax increment financing
SB 224 - Clemens - Creates a tax credit against the private car ad valorem tax
SB 267 - Gibbons - Amends provisions relating to property tax reassessment
SB 268 - Gibbons - Authorizes a property tax increase for Missouri history museum subdistricts
SB 272 - Gross - Limits amount of revenue collectable from gaming boat admission fees
SB 282 - Green - Revises regulation of tax increment financing
SB 287 - Shields - Transitions the state away from a tax-rate driven education funding formula to a student-needs based education funding formula
SB 338 - Gross - Modifies provisions relating to the homestead exemption tax credit
SB 361 - Stouffer - Allows the City of Excelsior Springs to increase its levy for museum purposes
SB 436 - Bray - Allows senior citizens to defer property tax payment
SB 445 - Taylor - Increases the fee for a certificate of number when registering watercraft
SB 469 - Griesheimer - Consolidates tax collection in counties having township organization by eliminating township collectors
SB 485 - Days - Allows senior and disabled persons to defer increases in property tax payments
SB 540 - Bray - Requires amount of taxes paid to another state for property taxes to be added back in income tax calculation
SJR 19 - Ridgeway - Enables extension of property tax exemption to veterans' organizations's property
HB 48 - Dougherty - Establishes a sales tax for museums and tourism in Independence and creates the process for putting a lien for taxes owed to the St. Charles County Convention and Sports Facilities Authority.
HB 229 - Portwood - Modifies the Homestead Exemption Tax Credit
HB 230 - Portwood - Prohibits a person from claiming both the circuit breaker income tax credit and the homestead property tax exemption credit
HB 461 - Sutherland - Requires all assessors to use a method of valuing business personal property according to State Tax Commission rule

Taxation and Revenue - Sales and Use (40)

SB 32 - Bartle - Regulates sexually oriented businesses
SB 47 - Crowell - Modifies the state sales tax holiday law
SB 61 - Cauthorn - Specifies that sales at prison stores are subject to tax
SB 68 - Shields - Creates a sales tax exemption for certain college athletic events
SB 80 - Bartle - Dedicates at least 10% of future TIF increments to schools affected by the TIF
SB 108 - Dougherty - Modifies the taxes for community services for children
SB 138 - Wheeler - Extends the Kansas City mass transportation sales tax indefinitely
SB 142 - Gross - Exempts contractors from paying sales taxes on materials used in Department of Transportation projects
SB 169 - Gross - Renews aviation sales tax until 2010
SB 196 - Ridgeway - Modifies sales and use tax exemption eligibility for manufacturing and material recovery plants
SB 207 - Graham - Extends the termination date for the sales tax holiday to July 1, 2010
SB 238 - Gross - Requires all revenue derived from a certain sales tax to be deposited in the Community Children's Sales Tax Trust Fund
SB 239 - Scott - Levies a sales tax on food and hotel rooms in the City of Lamar Heights
SB 245 - Scott - Creates a partial sales tax exemption for sales of modular units
SB 264 - Stouffer - Adds ethanol's byproducts, including but not limited to dry distilled grain, to the list of items exempt from sales and use tax
SB 272 - Gross - Limits amount of revenue collectable from gaming boat admission fees
SB 273 - Taylor - Permits the delivery sale of cigarettes to a consumer under certain circumstances
SB 360 - Bray - Modifies various tax provisions
SB 396 - Crowell - Extends sunset on transfer of jet fuel tax to the aviation trust fund and increases air control tower funding
SB 399 - Bray - Implements the provisions of the streamlined sales and use tax agreement
SB 431 - Callahan - Permits sales tax on food for the City of Independence
SB 440 - Ridgeway - Amends provisions for the exemption from sales and use tax of electricity used in manufacturing
SB 498 - Mayer - Amends sales and use tax exemption for aircraft sales to not-for-profit organizations
SB 535 - Vogel - Creates a sales and use tax exemption for certain items used to fulfill obligations with the federal government
SB 544 - Gross - Permits the use of municipal grant funds for parks and recreational purposes
SB 546 - Loudon - Creates a sales and use tax refund for certain vehicles
SJR 1 - Klindt - Resubmits the parks and soils tax to a vote of the people starting in 2008
SJR 3 - Cauthorn - Resubmits the conservation sales tax to the voters every ten years
SJR 10 - Purgason - Requires a two-thirds majority vote of the people to change regulations involving the harvest of wildlife and forestry
SJR 15 - Coleman - Creates the "Education First Trust Fund"
HB 48 - Dougherty - Establishes a sales tax for museums and tourism in Independence and creates the process for putting a lien for taxes owed to the St. Charles County Convention and Sports Facilities Authority.
HB 64 - Sutherland - Extends the sales tax holiday and amends provisions allowing political subdivisions to opt out of the sales tax holiday
HB 114 - Johnson - Extends the Kansas City mass transportation sales tax until 2015
HB 186 - Emery - Modifies provisions affecting county government
HB 209 - Cooper - Authorizes the simplified municipal telecommunications business license tax
HB 479 - Ervin - Authorizes the disincorporation of a regional recreational district in Clay County upon the request of the district
HB 515 - Wood - Amends provisions relating to tourism community enhancement districts
HB 528 - Cunningham - Authorizes the ultimate vendor, delivering bulk sales of gasoline to a certified farmer, to make a claim for a refund of the motor fuel tax at the time of delivery
HB 789 - Salva - Exempts sales made to or by civic and charitable organizations including for sales outside their civic and charitable activities and functions from sales tax
HJR 16 - Chinn - Proposes a constitutional amendment extending the parks and soils sales tax to 2016 and resubmitting the measure every 10 years

Teachers (23)

SB 20 - Shields - Creates a tax credit for teachers' related out-of-pocket expenses
SB 42 - Days - Modifies provisions regarding early childhood special education
SB 85 - Crowell - Establishes the Classroom Trust Fund
SB 103 - Bartle - Allows school districts to convene a committee of their board in order to rule on pupil residency waiver requests
SB 105 - Bray - Permits underage culinary students to taste, but not consume, certain alcoholic beverages as required by a curriculum
SB 109 - Dougherty - Alters provisions regarding teacher tenure
SB 116 - Bartle - Establishes the Classroom Trust Fund
SB 118 - Bray - Alters provisions regarding teacher termination hearings
SB 120 - Bray - Establishes the Public Employee Due Process Act
SB 146 - Dougherty - Allows the Department of Health to investigate complaints of air quality in public schools
SB 161 - Gross - Establishes the "Founding Documents Protection Act"
SB 229 - Bray - Allows the hiring of a retired teacher to work between 550 and 800 hours without losing their retirement benefits
SB 266 - Gibbons - Alters the definition of "teacher" in the teacher tenure act
SB 285 - Clemens - Certain school districts may resume participation in the career ladder program at the same matching level for which the district qualified during its last year of participation
SB 287 - Shields - Transitions the state away from a tax-rate driven education funding formula to a student-needs based education funding formula
SB 455 - Loudon - Makes revisions to laws concerning charter schools
SJR 17 - Crowell - Alters the membership of the State Board of Education
HB 297 - Pearce - Renders several alterations to the state's education policy
HB 443 - Sander - Alters provisions regarding the Public School Retirement System
HB 473 - Yates - Allows school districts to convene a committee of their board in order to rule on pupil residency waiver requests
HB 530 - Moore - Students may receive foreign language credit in public education institutions for sign language classes
HB 539 - Icet - Grants school districts the right to include hiring incentives
HCR 24 - Bowman Sr. - Encourages a mandated high school course in personal finance economics

Telecommunications (7)

SB 218 - Klindt - Allows incumbent local exchange companies (ILECs) to be regulated under a price cap
SB 237 - Klindt - Modifies various telecommunications regulations
SB 411 - Wilson - Adds people who use wireless cell phones to the telemarketing no call list
SB 413 - Taylor - Limits political subdivisions authority to grant franchises for cable operators
SB 529 - Vogel - Amends provisions relating to the assessment and collection of various taxes for telecommunications companies
SCR 10 - Scott - Urges PSC to adopt rules governing the application process telecommunication providers can be certified as "eligible telecomunications carriers"
HB 640 - Pearce - Makes it a criminal offense to send certain unsolicited e-mail messages

Tobacco Products (6)

SB 152 - Wilson - Creates a trust fund and Commission for Youth Smoking Prevention
SB 222 - Callahan - Places various reporting requirements upon manufacturers of tobacco products
SB 273 - Taylor - Permits the delivery sale of cigarettes to a consumer under certain circumstances
SB 326 - Nodler - Amends various provisions of the Tobacco Master Settlement Agreement
SB 430 - Callahan - Amends the definition of gambling device
HB 596 - Schaaf - Allows employers to provide or contract for health insurance at reduced rates for employees who do not use tobacco products

Tourism (7)

SB 269 - Shields - Amends provisions of the entertainer and athlete tax relating to allocation of funds
SB 274 - Taylor - Regulates travel clubs
SB 358 - Taylor - Restructures the board of directors for tourism districts and recalculates the dispersion of sales taxes in those districts
SB 399 - Bray - Implements the provisions of the streamlined sales and use tax agreement
SB 431 - Callahan - Permits sales tax on food for the City of Independence
HB 48 - Dougherty - Establishes a sales tax for museums and tourism in Independence and creates the process for putting a lien for taxes owed to the St. Charles County Convention and Sports Facilities Authority.
HB 219 - Salva - Designates a room in the Missouri State Archives as the "Alex M. Petrovic Reading Room"

Transportation (18)

SB 12 - Cauthorn - Exempts motorcyclists age 21 and older from wearing a helmet when operating a motorcycle or motortricycle
SB 29 - Dolan - Prohibits conditional granting of permits or licenses upon billboard removal without just compensation
SB 30 - Dolan - Makes the installation of airbags that do not meet federal safety standards a Class D felony
SB 77 - Dolan - Makes numerous revisions to the Missouri Transportation Development District Act
SB 138 - Wheeler - Extends the Kansas City mass transportation sales tax indefinitely
SB 169 - Gross - Renews aviation sales tax until 2010
SB 220 - Dolan - Restores sovereign immunity to Metro and KCATA, provides immunity to state employees for official actions, and removes St. Louis and Kansas City Police Boards from legal defense fund coverage
SB 312 - Dolan - Expands the Transportation Commission to include two additional members representing air, mass transit, freight and river interests
SB 313 - Dolan - Modifies law with respect to highway work zones and creates the crime of "endangerment of a highway worker"
SB 314 - Dolan - Modifies the law with respect to the placement and relocation of utility facilities within highway rights-of-ways
SB 327 - Scott - Makes various changes with respect to the enforcement of commercial motor vehicle laws
SB 354 - Griesheimer - Allows the State Highways Commission to revoke motor carrier registrations under certain circumstances
SB 374 - Loudon - Designates a portion of State Highway 370 as the "Officer Scott Armstrong Memorial Highway"
SB 396 - Crowell - Extends sunset on transfer of jet fuel tax to the aviation trust fund and increases air control tower funding
SB 421 - Bartle - Requires a verified petition be submitted in order to form a transportation district
SJR 7 - Bartle - Abolishes the Highway Commission and replaces it with a Director of Transportation
HB 155 - Ruestman - Designates a portion of State Highway E in McDonald County as the "Albert Brumley Memorial Highway"
HB 518 - St. Onge - Enacts various motor vehicle and highway safety provisions including primary seat belt enforcement, child safety restraint and enhanced penalties for highway work zone violations

Transportation Dept. (23)

SB 31 - Bartle - Allows the Department of Transportation to construct toll roads under certain conditions
SB 34 - Clemens - Amends the definition of employer and employment as it pertains to unemployment compensation
SB 77 - Dolan - Makes numerous revisions to the Missouri Transportation Development District Act
SB 130 - Clemens - Amends the definition of employer and employee as it pertains to workers compensation
SB 142 - Gross - Exempts contractors from paying sales taxes on materials used in Department of Transportation projects
SB 209 - Koster - Designates a portion of Highway 58 in Johnson County as the "Veterans Memorial Parkway"
SB 233 - Stouffer - Designates certain bridges and highways and requires future highway designations to go through a new process
SB 311 - Dolan - Permits certain utility companies to place their facilities with the rights-of-way on highways
SB 312 - Dolan - Expands the Transportation Commission to include two additional members representing air, mass transit, freight and river interests
SB 313 - Dolan - Modifies law with respect to highway work zones and creates the crime of "endangerment of a highway worker"
SB 314 - Dolan - Modifies the law with respect to the placement and relocation of utility facilities within highway rights-of-ways
SB 327 - Scott - Makes various changes with respect to the enforcement of commercial motor vehicle laws
SB 354 - Griesheimer - Allows the State Highways Commission to revoke motor carrier registrations under certain circumstances
SB 372 - Engler - Provides for various measures relating to bicycle safety and the duties owed to bicyclists by motorists
SB 396 - Crowell - Extends sunset on transfer of jet fuel tax to the aviation trust fund and increases air control tower funding
SB 427 - Callahan - Applies preferential treatment to Missouri business bidders in highway bidding process
SJR 7 - Bartle - Abolishes the Highway Commission and replaces it with a Director of Transportation
SJR 11 - Bartle - Proposes a constitutional change to allow the Department of Transportation to construct and maintain toll roads
HB 43 - Wallace - Designates a portion of U. S. Highway 160 from State Route 76 to State Route 125 as the "Rick Harmon Memorial Highway"
HB 243 - May - Designates a portion of U. S. Highway 63 in Phelps County as the "Korean War Veterans Association Memorial Highway"
HB 423 - Kuessner - Designates a portion of state highway M as the "Trooper Robert Kolilis Memorial Highway" and a portion of U.S. Highway 54 as the "Trooper Ross S. Creach Memorial Highway"
HB 518 - St. Onge - Enacts various motor vehicle and highway safety provisions including primary seat belt enforcement, child safety restraint and enhanced penalties for highway work zone violations
HCR 10 - Dempsey - Schedules the State of the State of Transportation.

Treasurer, State (17)

SB 13 - Kennedy - Authorizes tax check-off for contributions to Missouri Military Family Relief Fund
SB 58 - Dougherty - Modifies recording fees and their use
SB 152 - Wilson - Creates a trust fund and Commission for Youth Smoking Prevention
SB 203 - Dougherty - Adds young adult provisions to the Missouri Consolidated Health Care plan
SB 238 - Gross - Requires all revenue derived from a certain sales tax to be deposited in the Community Children's Sales Tax Trust Fund
SB 270 - Scott - Modifies the linked deposit program and other duties of the State Treasurer
SB 295 - Dolan - Authorizes a tax check-off for contributions to the Missouri Military Family Relief Fund
SB 329 - Coleman - Prohibits a parent, sibling or child of a statewide elected official from registering as a lobbyist
SB 338 - Gross - Modifies provisions relating to the homestead exemption tax credit
SB 349 - Green - Makes various changes relating to prevailing wage law
SB 394 - Nodler - Repeals law requiring the State Treasurer to maintain a list of financial institutions doing business in Northern Ireland
SB 445 - Taylor - Increases the fee for a certificate of number when registering watercraft
SB 526 - Scott - Establishes a minimum length of time to hold contributions in the Missouri Higher Education Savings Program
HB 229 - Portwood - Modifies the Homestead Exemption Tax Credit
HB 321 - Yates - Creates the Assistive Technology Trust Fund and places requirements upon the Assistive Technology Advisory Council
HB 437 - Jackson - Authorizes a tax check-off for contributions to the Missouri Military Family Relief Fund
HB 468 - Richard - Modifies the linked deposit program and other duties of the State Treasurer

Unemployment Compensation (5)

SB 1 - Loudon - Amends various provisions of workers' compensation law
SB 163 - Loudon - Amends various provisions regarding unemployment compensation
SB 319 - Koster - Regulates unemployment benefits, the transfer of companies for the purpose of calculating the contribution rate for unemployment, and sets out provisions for alcohol and controlled substance tests
SB 345 - Vogel - Creates provisions for transfer of ownership of a company and the employer's obligation for the unemployment experience
SB 510 - Koster - Modifies some indebtedness programs for employers

Uniform Laws (1)

SB 279 - Taylor - Adds demand drafts to certain transfer and presentment warranties in the Uniform Commercial Code

Urban Redevelopment (1)

SB 206 - Champion - Allows certain buildings in the City of Springfield to be eligible for tax increment financing

Utilities (6)

SB 5 - Klindt - Ensures adequate electric service to areas to be annexed
SB 124 - Nodler - Provides discretion to the Public Service Commission to permit recovery of costs by electrical corporations
SB 179 - Griesheimer - Allows for utility companies to recover costs through alternate rate plans
SB 205 - Klindt - Allows franchise fees to be used as credits
SB 311 - Dolan - Permits certain utility companies to place their facilities with the rights-of-way on highways
HB 395 - Wood - Extends the power to sell and convey all or part of the district's property to cities owning waterworks systems to all public water supply

Veterans (12)

SB 18 - Coleman - Exempts military pensions from state income tax
SB 121 - Bray - Requires safe staffing and quality care in all veterans homes and mental health facilities
SB 175 - Koster - Creates a scholarship program for children of deceased veterans
SB 199 - Gross - Extends the application deadline for the Korean Conflict medallion to January 1, 2006
SB 209 - Koster - Designates a portion of Highway 58 in Johnson County as the "Veterans Memorial Parkway"
SB 255 - Dolan - Provides a cash benefit to Missouri veterans who died or were wounded while serving in the War on Terror
SB 375 - Loudon - A state worker with ten years of service under MOSERS will be credited for all of the years that person served in the military
SB 530 - Vogel - Waives the additional fee for military specialized license plates
SJR 19 - Ridgeway - Enables extension of property tax exemption to veterans' organizations's property
HB 163 - Smith - Extends the application deadline for Korean Conflict and World War II medallions, medals, and certificates
HB 236 - Goodman - Designates the National Guard armory located in Pierce City as the "Lawrence A. Witt National Guard Armory"
HCR 9 - Bivins - Urges the United States Congress to immediately repeal the Government Pension Offset and Windfall Elimination Provision of the Social Security Act

Veterinarians (2)

SB 377 - Loudon - Allows practice of physical therapy on animals with prescription from a veterinarian
SB 432 - Stouffer - Keeps animal identification information confidential

Victims of Crime (4)

SB 194 - Engler - Modifies provisions relating to sentencing and crime victims' rights
SB 418 - Mayer - Exempts misdemeanors for vehicle registration from required judgments paid to the "Crime Victims' Compensation Fund"
SB 495 - Mayer - Notification given to a crime victim must utilize the statewide automated crime victim notification system
HB 353 - Lipke - Modifies provisions relating to crime

Waste - Hazardous (4)

SB 7 - Dougherty - Modifies various provisions relating to lead poisoning
SB 95 - Coleman - Modifies various provisions relating to lead abatement
SB 170 - Gross - Extends the dry cleaning fee until 2012
SB 225 - Cauthorn - Modifies various sections pertaining to hazardous waste

Waste - Solid (2)

SB 56 - Klindt - Amends and reinstates the waste tire fee
SB 467 - Griesheimer - Modifies sections relating to solid waste

Water Patrol (1)

SB 445 - Taylor - Increases the fee for a certificate of number when registering watercraft

Water Resources and Water Districts (11)

SB 46 - Purgason - Prohibits the Department of Natural Resources from requiring that public water system reports be mailed to customers
SB 172 - Purgason - Repeals HS/HCS/HB 1433 (2004) authorizing the creation of watershed improvement districts
SB 246 - Days - Allows state to issue bonds for grants and loans pursuant to several sections of Article III of the Missouri Constitution
SB 265 - Taylor - Allows the board of directors of any public water supply district to sell and convey property in certain instances
SB 400 - Klindt - Allows for the creation of wholesale water and sewer authorities
SB 415 - Cauthorn - Allows water companies to contract with sewer providers to terminate service for delinquent accounts
SB 462 - Klindt - Modifies acquisition of sewer or water corporations by public utilities
SB 508 - Wheeler - Allows for detachment of territory within water districts prior to new infrastructure development
HB 395 - Wood - Extends the power to sell and convey all or part of the district's property to cities owning waterworks systems to all public water supply
HB 455 - Quinn - Eliminates the current requirement that only landowners living within the watershed district can be elected to serve as trustees of the watershed district
HB 617 - Kelly - Modifies the inclusion of certain counties within watershed improvement districts

Weapons (1)

SB 309 - Wilson - Makes ownership, possession, and discharge of taser guns an unlawful use of a weapon

Workers Compensation (3)

SB 1 - Loudon - Amends various provisions of workers' compensation law
SB 111 - Cauthorn - Broadens disqualifying misconduct in employment law and allows some individuals to waive the protections of the workers' compensation law for religious reasons
SB 130 - Clemens - Amends the definition of employer and employee as it pertains to workers compensation
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