Missouri State Senate

Truly Agreed To and Finally Passed


SB 1 - Loudon - Amends various provisions of workers' compensation law
SB 10 - Cauthorn - Requires pseudoephedrine products to be sold by a pharmacist or technician
SB 21 - Shields - Modifies laws of adoption and creates the "Putative Father Registry" fund
SB 24 - Griesheimer - Places an expiration date on $10 court fee imposed on most cases in Franklin County
SB 37 - Nodler - Modifies various provisions concerning alcohol related offenses
SB 38 - Nodler - Adds highway designations within Newton and Jasper County
SB 68 - Shields - Creates a sales tax exemption for certain college athletic events
SB 69 - Shields - Authorizes the conveyance of land in Jackson County to Kansas City
SB 71 - Griesheimer - Changes which state employees may receive paid leave for volunteering as a disaster service volunteer
SB 73 - Champion - Allows county law enforcement agencies to have sexual offender registry websites
SB 74 - Champion - Creates new provisions with respect to the Department of Health and Senior Services
SB 95 - Coleman - Modifies various provisions relating to lead abatement
SB 98 - Champion - Changes the names of various higher education institutions
SB 100 - Champion - Revises licensing requirements for speech language pathologists and audiologists
SB 103 - Bartle - Allows school districts to convene a committee of their board in order to rule on pupil residency waiver requests
SB 122 - Nodler - Creates the Energy Efficiency Implementation Act
SB 131 - Loudon - Allows insurance companies to invest capital, reserves, and surplus in preferred or guaranteed stocks
SB 133 - Loudon - Requires Office of Administration to include certain products in the cafeteria plan for state employees
SB 149 - Nodler - Establishes hearing for restatement and back-pay award
SB 155 - Mayer - Requires certain identifying information to be expunged by the Division of Family Services
SB 156 - Shields - Modifies powers of port authorities with respect to property ownership and development
SB 168 - Dolan - Creates a process to resolve disputes arising out of alleged construction defects in residential property
SB 170 - Gross - Extends the dry cleaning fee until 2012
SB 174 - Vogel - Authorizes the state to convey land to the Regional West Fire Protection District
SB 176 - Vogel - Provides for elections in Cole County and the City of Poplar Bluff
SB 177 - Shields - Modifies a number of provisions regarding professional registration
SB 178 - Shields - Modifies provisions regarding licensing of podiatrists
SB 179 - Griesheimer - Allows for utility companies to recover costs through alternate rate plans
SB 182 - Scott - Requires liquefied petroleum gas dealers to maintain liability insurance
SB 189 - Gross - Extends certain federal reimbursement allowance and requires Medicaid managed care organizations to pay a reimbursement allowance
SB 196 - Ridgeway - Modifies sales and use tax exemption eligibility for manufacturing and material recovery plants
SB 202 - Crowell - Merges the Administrative Law Judge retirement system into the state employees' retirement system
SB 210 - Griesheimer - Modifies provisions affecting political subdivisions
SB 211 - Loudon - Extends certain rights with regard to sales commissions
SB 216 - Champion - Requires depositions of crime laboratory employees to be in the county where employed
SB 225 - Cauthorn - Modifies various sections pertaining to hazardous waste
SB 233 - Stouffer - Designates certain bridges and highways and requires future highway designations to go through a new process
SB 237 - Klindt - Modifies various telecommunications regulations
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 246 - Days - Allows state to issue bonds for grants and loans pursuant to several sections of Article III of the Missouri Constitution
SB 252 - Koster - Creates the Missouri Military Preparedness and Enhancement Commission
SB 254 - Engler - Criminalizes distribution and possession of certain prescription medications on school property
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 261 - Loudon - Creates certain requirements for the operation of the Missouri health insurance plan
SB 262 - Griesheimer - Changes provisions relating to alcohol
SB 266 - Gibbons - Alters the definition of "teacher" in the teacher tenure act
SB 267 - Gibbons - Amends provisions relating to property tax reassessment
SB 270 - Scott - Modifies the linked deposit program and other duties of the State Treasurer
SB 272 - Gross - Limits amount of revenue collectable from gaming boat admission fees
SB 274 - Taylor - Regulates travel clubs
SB 279 - Taylor - Adds demand drafts to certain transfer and presentment warranties in the Uniform Commercial Code
SB 280 - Taylor - Changes laws regarding cosmetologists and barbers
SB 287 - Shields - Transitions the state away from a tax-rate driven education funding formula to a student-needs based education funding formula
SB 288 - Klindt - Authorizes the Governor to convey land in Nodaway County to the Delta Nu Teke Association
SB 289 - Engler - Makes a grand jury's duty to examine public buildings and report on their conditions discretionary
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 307 - Purgason - Increases the amount that public officials or employees can accept for services to their political subdivision
SB 318 - Crowell - Modifies compensation for certain employees of the divisions of finance and credit unions
SB 320 - Koster - Creates lien for nonpayment of rental equipment fees
SB 323 - Bartle - Establishes the eligibility criteria for grants to umbilical cord blood banks
SB 343 - Bartle - Changes the laws regarding job development programs administered by the Department of Economic Development
SB 346 - Clemens - Limits paddlesport outfitters liability
SB 347 - Clemens - Modifies education requirements for professional counselors
SB 355 - Griesheimer - Makes changes in the law relating to agriculture and agricultural products
SB 367 - Cauthorn - Changes requirement for payment of overtime hours for nonexempt state employees
SB 372 - Engler - Provides for various measures relating to bicycle safety and the duties owed to bicyclists by motorists
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 394 - Nodler - Repeals law requiring the State Treasurer to maintain a list of financial institutions doing business in Northern Ireland
SB 396 - Crowell - Extends sunset on transfer of jet fuel tax to the aviation trust fund and increases air control tower funding
SB 401 - Kennedy - Repeals the three-child limit in police pension systems
SB 402 - Gibbons - Modifies laws relating to underage drinking
SB 407 - Mayer - Modifies definition of "owner" in beneficiary deeds
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 431 - Callahan - Permits sales tax on food for the City of Independence
SB 450 - Dolan - Authorizes the Governor to convey various pieces of state property
SB 453 - Loudon - Modifies nuisance law
SB 462 - Klindt - Modifies acquisition of sewer or water corporations by public utilities
SB 480 - Shields - Encourages effective involvement by parents and families in support of their children's education
SB 488 - Engler - Exempts salvage vehicles with cosmetic damage from highway patrol examination inspections for purposes of titling
SB 490 - Koster - Allows Warrensburg to annex areas along a road up to 2.5 miles from existing boundaries of the city
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 507 - Graham - Raises from $250 to $1,000 the value of property for which the auditor in certain counties is required to inventory
SB 516 - Griesheimer - Eliminates a provision in Section 99.847 allowing districts to receive reimbursement for emergency services
SB 518 - Kennedy - Creates the Assistive Technology Trust Fund for assistive technology
SB 521 - Crowell - Expands the membership of the Community Service Commission to include the Lieutenant Governor
SB 539 - Purgason - Modifies provisions in various health care and social services programs
SCR 3 - Crowell - Recognizing February 14th as Congenital Heart Defect Awareness Day in 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 15 - Gibbons - Establishes the Medicaid Reform Commission
SCR 17 - Scott - Creates the Joint Interim Committee on Investments in Higher Education Savings Programs
SCR 19 - Stouffer - Creates the Joint Interim Committee on a Missouri Health Care Stabilization Fund
SJR 1 - Klindt - Resubmits the parks and soils tax to a vote of the people starting in 2008
HB 1 - Lager - Appropriations money for the Board of Fund Commissioners.
HB 2 - Lager - To appropriate money for the expenses, grants, refunds, and distributions of the State Board of Education and the Department of Elementary and Secondary Education.
HB 3 - Lager - To appropriate money for the expenses, grants, refunds, and distributions of the Department of Higher Education and the several divisions.
HB 4 - Lager - To appropriate money for the expenses, grants, refunds, and distributions of the Department of Revenue and the Department of Transportation.
HB 5 - Lager - To appropriate money for the expenses, grants, refunds, and distributions of the Office of Administration, the Dept. of Transportation, the Dept. of Public Safety and the Chief Executive's office and the several divisions and programs thereof
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 33 - Phillips - Designates the North American Bullfrog as the official state amphibian
HB 40 - Tilley - Modifies the requirements for board of director members for an industrial development corporation in county of the second classification
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 47 - Brown - Requires trustees of consolidated public library district to reside within the library district
HB 56 - Threlkeld - Allows pharmaceutical companies to rebate portions of copayments to multiple sclerosis patients without violating anti-kickback and anti-rebate laws
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 69 - Rupp - Allows insurance companies to invest capital, reserves, and surplus in preferred or guaranteed stocks
HB 114 - Johnson - Extends the Kansas City mass transportation sales tax until 2015
HB 116 - Deeken - Establishes the rights of persons who utilize service dogs
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 127 - Bivins - Limits the number of attendance fees that fire protection district board members can receive
HB 155 - Ruestman - Designates a portion of State Highway E in McDonald County as the "Albert Brumley Memorial Highway"
HB 163 - Smith - Extends the application deadline for Korean Conflict and World War II medallions, medals, and certificates
HB 174 - Wood - Authorizes revocation of a real estate license for persons convicted of certain felonies and defines exclusive brokerage agreements
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 219 - Salva - Designates a room in the Missouri State Archives as the "Alex M. Petrovic Reading Room"
HB 229 - Portwood - Modifies the Homestead Exemption Tax Credit
HB 232 - Portwood - Increases the fees health care providers can charge for copying a patient's health care record
HB 236 - Goodman - Designates the National Guard armory located in Pierce City as the "Lawrence A. Witt National Guard Armory"
HB 243 - May - Designates a portion of U. S. Highway 63 in Phelps County as the "Korean War Veterans Association Memorial Highway"
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 258 - Cunningham - Repeals the requirement that school districts conduct an annual census of children with disabilities who reside in the school district
HB 260 - Deeken - Authorizes the Governor to convey state property located in Cole County to the Cole County Regional West Fire District
HB 261 - Deeken - Creates two new retirement benefit options in the Local Government Employees' Retirement System (LAGERS)
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 297 - Pearce - Renders several alterations to the state's education policy
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 342 - Baker - Authorizes the Cass County Commission to seek a board of election commissioners
HB 345 - Baker - Prohibits the Cass County Commissioner and County Highway Engineer on the county planning board from voting
HB 348 - Pearce - Creates the Missouri Military Preparedness and Enhancement Commission
HB 353 - Lipke - Modifies provisions relating to crime
HB 365 - Munzlinger - Allows moneys from the county sheriff's revolving fund to be used for expenses with concealed carry endorsements
HB 379 - Cooper - Modifies compensation for certain employees of the divisions of finance and credit unions
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
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 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 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 437 - Jackson - Authorizes a tax check-off for contributions to the Missouri Military Family Relief Fund
HB 441 - Behnen - Creates restrictions regarding the sale of products containing ephedrine and pseudoephedrine
HB 443 - Sander - Alters provisions regarding the Public School Retirement System
HB 445 - Guest - Allows municipal ordinances to incorporate by reference, state statutes about vehicle equipment regulations
HB 448 - Villa - Increases the maximum amount of compensation payable to St. Louis police officers
HB 453 - May - Authorizes the Governor to convey state property located in Phelps County to the City of St. James
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 461 - Sutherland - Requires all assessors to use a method of valuing business personal property according to State Tax Commission rule
HB 462 - Smith - Changes the laws regarding suicide prevention
HB 479 - Ervin - Authorizes the disincorporation of a regional recreational district in Clay County upon the request of the district
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 500 - Smith - Changes the laws regarding the transfer of a business and its unemployment experience rate by an employer
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 515 - Wood - Amends provisions relating to tourism community enhancement districts
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 530 - Moore - Students may receive foreign language credit in public education institutions for sign language classes
HB 531 - Wright - Authorizes the Governor to convey state property in Green County to the Greater Ozarks Association for Retarded Citizens
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
HB 567 - Stevenson - Changes the deadline for filing exception to a condemnation commissioners' report
HB 568 - Stevenson - Changes the laws regarding the protection of children
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 577 - Kuessner - Raises the amount of money political subdivision officers may accept for performing services for (or selling property to) their political subdivision
HB 596 - Schaaf - Allows employers to provide or contract for health insurance at reduced rates for employees who do not use tobacco products
HB 600 - Cooper - Modifies education requirements for professional counselors
HB 617 - Kelly - Modifies the inclusion of certain counties within watershed improvement districts
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 630 - Pollock - Allows a not-for-profit corporation to apply for reinstatement if forfeited after 1978 for failure to file an annual report
HB 631 - Portwood - Authorizes the Governor to convey land to Manchester United Methodist Church in exchange for another parcel of land
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 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 688 - Byrd - Modifies provisions for the continuance of judicial proceedings for members of the General Assembly
HB 700 - Moore - Changes the law regarding correctional employees and Board of Probation and Parole
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 743 - Kingery - Authorizes the Governor to convey state property located in Madison County to the United States government for forestry purposes
HB 824 - Hobbs - Changes various environmental regulations
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
HCR 2 - Dempsey - Authorizes the State of the State address
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 10 - Dempsey - Schedules the State of the State of Transportation.
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 20 - Rupp - Declares October fifteenth of each year to be "Pregnancy and Infant Loss Remembrance Day"
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

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