Missouri State Senate

2006 Senate Bills


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SB 557 - Gibbons - Modifies laws against sexual offenders
SB 558 - Gibbons - Removes the termination date for experimental tariffs put in place by the Public Service Commission and gas corporations for schools
SB 559 - Gibbons - Considers any municipality, governmental unit, or public corporation created under the laws of any state or the United States a person
SB 560 - Gross - Modifies the laws relating to eminent domain and blighted areas
SB 561 - Gross - Limits the amount of expenditures from gaming boat admission fees revenue
SB 562 - Gross - Enacts provisions relating to the capacity of an unborn child to experience pain during an abortion
SB 563 - Loudon - Strengthens laws against sexual offenders
SB 564 - Loudon - Allows the use of available tax credits for nonresident adoptions under certain circumstances
SB 565 - Loudon - Creates a tax deduction for organ donation
SB 566 - Dougherty - Gives advanced practice registered nurses prescription authority
SB 567 - Dougherty - Modifies provisions relating to health insurance
SB 568 - Dougherty - Creates the "Children's Environmental Health and Protection Advisory Council"
SB 569 - Cauthorn - Requires one hundred percent of fuel sold after January 1, 2007, be ethanol blended
SB 570 - Cauthorn - Increases minimum sentences for some sexual offenses and strengthens registration requirements for all sex offenders
SB 571 - Cauthorn - Modifies the law on using justifiable force to protect persons and property
SB 572 - Coleman - Creates an educational grant for children and spouses of veterans killed in combat
SB 573 - Coleman - Modifies various provisions relating to delinquent child support payments
SB 574 - Coleman - Requires health benefit plans to provide coverage for diagnostic testing services for chronic kidney disease patients
SB 575 - Scott - Modifies provisions on donation of unused prescription drugs
SB 576 - Scott - Authorizes advanced practice registered nurses to prescribe certain controlled substances
SB 577 - Scott - Limits the number of excursion gambling boat licenses that may be issued
SB 578 - Shields - Prohibits protest activities during funeral services
SB 579 - Shields - Expands the crime of sexual contact with a student
SB 580 - Shields - Requires collaboration between certain departments in order to achieve a more efficient and effective educational system
SB 581 - Griesheimer - WITHDRAWN
SB 582 - Griesheimer - Modifies existing tax base determination for municipal taxation of telecommunication businesses
SB 583 - Griesheimer - Establishes a decentralized emission inspection program which utilizes on-board diagnostic testing on certain motor vehicles
SB 584 - Champion - Bans bus drivers who are convicted of intoxication-related traffic offenses from possessing a school bus endorsement
SB 585 - Champion - Modifies conflicting language relating to special needs children adoption tax credits
SB 586 - Champion - Establishes surcharges on domestic relations petitions to fund Missouri court-appointed special advocate programs
SB 587 - Bartle - Extends the August 28, 2006, expiration date for the surcharge on certain criminal cases to August 28, 2013
SB 588 - Bartle - Modifies the laws regarding sexual offenders
SB 589 - Bartle - Adds one circuit judge position and modifies one circuit judge position within the Sixteenth Judicial Circuit
SB 590 - Nodler - Renders several alterations to the state's higher education policy
SB 591 - Nodler - Modifies the law relating to concentrated animal feeding operations (CAFOs) and the penalties for offenses perpetrated by these operations
SB 592 - Nodler - Allocates additional funding from the Crime Victims' Compensation Fund to certain recipients
SB 593 - Bray - Allows small employers to obtain medical coverage through the Missouri Consolidated Health Care Plan
SB 594 - Bray - Allows senior citizens to defer property tax payments
SB 595 - Bray - Requires amount of taxes paid to another state for property taxes to be added back in for purposes of income tax calculation
SB 596 - Days - Authorizes a court to appoint a standby guardian for a minor
SB 597 - Days - Mandates health insurance coverage for morbid obesity
SB 598 - Days - Modifies law regarding the use of credit information by insurance companies
SB 599 - Wheeler - Allows physicians to jointly negotiate with certain health insurance carriers
SB 600 - Wheeler - Creates an income tax deduction for organ donation
SB 601 - Wheeler - Allows for detachment of territory within water districts prior to new infrastructure development
SB 602 - Callahan - Establishes a procedure for annexation of certain territory of the Kansas City School District to the Independence School District
SB 603 - Callahan - Exempts certain motorists from presenting birth certificates and other documents indicating proof of lawful presence
SB 604 - Callahan - Increases income tax exemption for retirement and pension income
SB 605 - Ridgeway - Provides a tax credit for contributions to pregnancy resource centers
SB 606 - Ridgeway - Establishes an administrative procedure to suspend driver's licenses and motor vehicle registrations for failure to pay towing charges
SB 607 - Ridgeway - WITHDRAWN
SB 608 - Crowell - Requires emergency contraceptives to be distributed by prescription only
SB 609 - Crowell - Protects the conscience rights of pharmaceutical professionals
SB 610 - Crowell - Requires employee authorization for public employee labor unions to withhold fees from paychecks
SB 611 - Engler - Modifies the laws relating to eminent domain and condemnation proceedings
SB 612 - Engler - Authorizes the conveyance of property owned by the state in St. Francois County to the Farmington American Legion Post 416
SB 613 - Engler - Allows residential and business cell phone users to voluntarily sign up with the no-call list
SB 614 - Stouffer - Creates an income tax credit for contributions to residential treatment agencies
SB 615 - Stouffer - Extends the Animal Research and Production Facilities Protection Act to include all agricultural research and production facilities
SB 616 - Stouffer - Prescribes requirements for assisted living facilities
SB 617 - Koster - Prescribes departmental requirements before closing or downsizing state-funded mental health facilities
SB 618 - Koster - Provides that electronic access cards may be issued to custodial parents for disbursement of child support payments
SB 619 - Koster - Increases penalty for failing to register as a sexual offender when required to do so by law
SB 620 - Green - Modifies the prevailing wage law
SB 621 - Green - Makes various changes to regulation of state and private mental health facilities
SB 622 - Green - Creates an income tax deduction for small businesses and farmers that provide health insurance coverage for employees
SB 623 - Graham - Modifies provisions of the law relating to ambulatory surgical centers
SB 624 - Graham - Modifies the law relating to ombudsman volunteers
SB 625 - Graham - Requires all health clubs to have at least one automated external defibrillator
SB 626 - Wilson - Creates a trust fund and commission for youth smoking prevention programs
SB 627 - Wilson - Modifies provisions on mandatory reporters of child abuse
SB 628 - Wilson - Makes possession or discharge of stun/taser guns an unlawful use of a weapon
SB 629 - Gross - Exempts contractors from paying sales taxes on materials used in Department of Transportation projects and modifies sales tax exemption for certain motor vehicles
SB 630 - Gross - Modifies eligibility requirements for the Homestead Preservation Tax Credit
SB 631 - Gross - WITHDRAWN
SB 632 - Dougherty - Restricts credit card companies from raising interest or fees
SB 633 - Dougherty - Restricts consumer reporting agencies' determination of credit risk scores
SB 634 - Dougherty - Provides Medicaid benefits to all cancer patients
SB 635 - Cauthorn - Exempts motorcyclists age 21 and older from wearing a helmet when operating a motorcycle or motortricycle
SB 636 - Cauthorn - Permits hand fishing for the months of June and July
SB 637 - Cauthorn - Changes the laws regarding midwives and the practice of midwifery
SB 638 - Coleman - Requires notification of any radio frequency identification tag
SB 639 - Coleman - Establishes surcharges on certain court proceedings to fund certain school-related educational programs
SB 640 - Coleman - Modifies provisions relating to prostitution
SB 641 - Scott - Requires all contributions to the Missouri Higher Education Savings Program be held for twelve months
SB 642 - Scott - Creates a graduated increase in payments to sheltered workshops
SB 643 - Scott - Establishes the "State Fair Escrow Fund"
SB 644 - Shields - Alters provisions regarding public school funding
SB 645 - Griesheimer - Modifies the Missouri Business Use Incentive for Large-Scale Development Act
SB 646 - Griesheimer - Allows for the formation of and conversion to reorganized common sewer districts
SB 647 - Griesheimer - Requires insurance companies to provide coverage for computerized prosthetic devices
SB 648 - Champion - Replaces the term "lunatic asylum" with "mental health facility" in statute about fire escapes and stairs
SB 649 - Champion - Modifies requirements for continuing child support obligation for children over 18 years of age
SB 650 - Champion - Specifies terms of office and eligibility criteria for the governing board of Missouri State University
SB 651 - Bartle - Dedicates at least ten percent of future TIF increments to schools affected by the tax increment financing
SB 652 - Bartle - Allows the Department of Transportation to construct toll roads under certain conditions
SB 653 - Bartle - Fully reimburses certain school districts for costs associated with offering certain special education services
SB 654 - Nodler - Establishes the "Associate Degree Transfer Incentive Scholarship Program"
SB 655 - Nodler - Allows the Missouri Higher Education Loan Authority to provide primary school loans
SB 656 - Nodler - Modifies requirements for out-of-state public higher education institutions
SB 657 - Bray - Requires applicants for Medicaid and CHIPs to identify the proposed beneficiary employer
SB 658 - Bray - Prohibits any governmental entity from interfering with the right to obtain or use contraceptives
SB 659 - Bray - Modifies the law regarding residential property insurance
SB 660 - Days - Requires state employees to contribute a percentage of income toward their health insurance
SB 661 - Ridgeway - Repeals the option of voting a straight-party ticket
SB 662 - Crowell - Increases the amount of the "Bright Flight" scholarship from $2,000 a year to $4,000 a year
SB 663 - Crowell - Removes statutory restriction that prohibits employer purchasing alliances from forming for the purpose of providing group health insurance
SB 664 - Crowell - Adopts the Nurse Licensure Compact
SB 665 - Engler - Increases the penalties for poaching
SB 666 - Engler - Modifies provisions regarding fire protection
SB 667 - Engler - Designates several portions of highways within Missouri after Missouri highway patrolmen
SB 668 - Koster - Creates an income tax deduction for organ donation
SB 669 - Koster - Imposes additional fines and driver's license suspensions on persons failing to yield the right-of-way at intersections
SB 670 - Green - Creates an income tax deduction for higher education expenses
SB 671 - Green - Requires any applicant for health care benefits under a public assistance program to identify his or her employer
SB 672 - Green - Modifies Missouri's tax increment financing law
SB 673 - Graham - Requires that one voting member of the governing boards of certain state institutions of higher education be a student
SB 674 - Wilson - Defines "bullying" and prohibits school employees, volunteers, or students from bullying a student while on school property
SB 675 - Wilson - Modifies the state's No-Call List to include wireless numbers and fax numbers
SB 676 - Wilson - Alters provisions with regard to charter schools
SB 677 - Gross - Removes references to the Committee on Radiation Control from Chapter 192, RSMo
SB 678 - Gross - Repeals the quarterly tax collections report requirement for temporary tax collection
SB 679 - Gross - Extends the termination date for a grant program regarding capital improvements for engineering colleges in the University of Missouri system
SB 680 - Dougherty - Provides consumer protection for computerized personal information
SB 681 - Dougherty - Allows young adults to participate in the Missouri Consolidated Health Care Plan, and subjects health services corporations to premium taxes to offset costs
SB 682 - Cauthorn - Exempts pension and retirement income of seniors from income taxation
SB 683 - Cauthorn - Allows cell phone and business users to sign up for the No-Call List
SB 684 - Cauthorn - Allows military personnel to fish without permits while on leave
SB 685 - Coleman - Prohibits expiration dates or service fees for dormancy on gift certificates issued by companies
SB 686 - Coleman - Modifies provisions relating to lead abatement administrative penalties assessed by the health department
SB 687 - Scott - Provides for each child enrolled in kindergarten or first grade to receive a comprehensive vision examination
SB 688 - Scott - Exempts purple heart license plate recipients from paying the $15 specialty license plate fee
SB 689 - Scott - Modifies lobbyist reporting requirements and campaign finance disclosure for public officials
SB 690 - Champion - Prohibits closing a child abuse investigation if the child dies during the course of the investigation
SB 691 - Champion - Amends various provisions relating to withholding of retirement payments for income tax purposes
SB 692 - Champion - Provides for vocational rehabilitation referrals for Medicaid recipients receiving assistance based on disability
SB 693 - Bartle - Requires the Governor to appoint new members of the Missouri Employers Mutual Insurance Company Board
SB 694 - Bartle - Limits certificate of need to long-term care facilities
SB 695 - Nodler - Authorizes the Governor to appoint the Lieutenant Governor upon a vacancy
SB 696 - Nodler - Modifies laws relating to economic development projects
SB 697 - Nodler - Modifies the law relating to transportation and motor vehicles
SB 698 - Bray - WITHDRAWN
SB 699 - Bray - Creates the crime of "negligent storage of a firearm"
SB 700 - Bray - Removes references to male and female employees and requires equal pay for the same work regardless of gender
SB 701 - Crowell - Modifies educational assistance benefits for Missouri National Guard members
SB 702 - Crowell - Prohibits the use of public funds for health and social service programs that subsidize abortion services
SB 703 - Crowell - Provides a tax credit for contributions to pregnancy resource centers
SB 704 - Engler - Designates two bridges within Van Buren after Sgt. Dewayne Graham Jr. of the Missouri State Highway Patrol
SB 705 - Engler - Authorizes minimum amounts of compensation for certain Corrections personnel
SB 706 - Wilson - Permits both public and private entities to conduct research utilizing embryonic and adult stem cells
SB 707 - Wilson - Alters provisions with regard to charter schools
SB 708 - Wilson - Provides tuition grants to war veterans who served in Iraq
SB 709 - Cauthorn - Subjects certain sales at prison stores to state sales tax
SB 710 - Cauthorn - Modifies procedures for complaints against licensed nurses and record keeping
SB 711 - Cauthorn - Penalizes animal pounds for sterilizing hunting dogs prior to offering them for adoption
SB 712 - Scott - Authorizes the Governor to convey various pieces of state property
SB 713 - Champion - Requires the Joint Committee on Legislative Research to file its annual report regarding ineffective statutes by October 15 instead of January 3
SB 714 - Nodler - Provides for unused prescription drugs to be donated to charities for distribution outside the state or abroad
SB 715 - Bray - Eliminates the death penalty
SB 716 - Bray - Prohibits discrimination based upon a person's sexual orientation
SB 717 - Bray - Modifies various tax provisions
SB 718 - Crowell - Modifies the authority of certain boards, commissions, and authorities to grant loans
SB 719 - Crowell - Prohibits political subdivisions from using photo radar or automated traffic control systems to enforce traffic laws
SB 720 - Crowell - Limits certificate of need to long-term care facilities
SB 721 - Wilson - Creates the crime of distribution of a controlled substance near a park
SB 722 - Cauthorn - Modifies provisions of the law relating to ambulatory surgical centers
SB 723 - Cauthorn - Directs the Department of Conservation to reimburse the Department of Transportation for every deer carcass the Department of Transportation removes from state highways
SB 724 - Cauthorn - Requires laboratories to calculate glomerular filtration rates when testing for kidney disease
SB 725 - Bray - Alters provisions regarding alcoholic beverages
SB 726 - Bray - Modifies paperwork requirements in the formation of a new political party
SB 727 - Bray - Allows the hiring of retired teachers to work between 550 and 800 hours without losing their retirement benefits
SB 728 - Crowell - Reduces the certificate of need application fee
SB 729 - Crowell - Requires an affidavit of merit to be filed in actions against certain licensed professionals
SB 730 - Crowell - Requires voters to provide photographic identification
SB 731 - Cauthorn - Eliminates the requirement that one must obtain a concealable firearm permit before acquiring a handgun
SB 732 - Cauthorn - Requires the use of biodiesel fuel
SB 733 - Cauthorn - Adjusts state employee salaries
SB 734 - Bray - Creates the "Public Employee Due Process Act"
SB 735 - Crowell - Modifies procedures for filing documents with the Labor and Industrial Relations Commission
SB 736 - Crowell - Allows public school districts to offer a class or classes in which the Bible is incorporated
SB 737 - Crowell - Creates a system to freeze consumer credit reports
SB 738 - Cauthorn - Modifies fee exemptions for emergency services
SB 739 - Cauthorn - Exempts diesel fuel used for agricultural purposes from sales tax
SB 740 - Cauthorn - Provides that sheltered workshop employment income shall not be considered income for Medicaid-eligibility purposes
SB 741 - Crowell - Permits an income tax deduction for amount of retirement or pension income taxed by another state
SB 742 - Crowell - Exempts motor fuel used to transport students for educational purposes from the motor fuel tax
SB 743 - Crowell - Gives citizens an option to pay more income taxes
SB 744 - Klindt - Exempts motor fuel used for agricultural purposes from local sales tax
SB 745 - Klindt - Prohibits conditional granting of permits or licenses upon billboard removal without just compensation
SB 746 - Klindt - Allows cities with a population of 1,000 or less to establish by ordinance a citywide vote for the election of aldermen
SB 747 - Klindt - Requires used car dealers to complete educational seminars in order to obtain a license
SB 748 - Vogel - Provides temporary retirement and medical incentives for certain employees currently eligible to retire under MOSERS
SB 749 - Engler - Modifies minimum experience requirements for interior designer registration
SB 750 - Gross - Extends the termination date for experimental tariffs put in place by the Public Service Commission and gas corporations for schools until 2010
SB 751 - Stouffer - Allows the City of Corder to sell property purchased from the school district for any purpose after twenty-five years
SB 752 - Graham - Specifically allows license plates to be encased in transparent covers
SB 753 - Alter - Prohibits sexual offenders from entering school property without the consent of the principal or administrator
SB 754 - Scott - Modifies law with respect to highway work zones and creates crime of "endangerment of a highway worker"
SB 755 - Clemens - Modifies employment security for owner/operators who lease or contract vehicles to common or contract carriers
SB 756 - Clemens - Modifies requirements for licensing and registration of certain professionals
SB 757 - Clemens - Adds to the penalties imposed for illegal deer hunting
SB 758 - Engler - Prohibits certain trucks from being driven in the far left-hand lane on interstate highways, freeways or expressways in this state
SB 759 - Engler - Requires motor vehicle buyers to submit proof of insurance to dealers before obtaining temporary license plates
SB 760 - Engler - Allows a law enforcement agency to dispose of hazardous materials that have been seized as evidence once they have documented the materials
SB 761 - Stouffer - Allows the state Highway Commission to revoke motor carrier registrations under certain circumstances
SB 762 - Graham - Allows businesses to voluntarily sign up for the newly created no-mail list kept and maintained by the Secretary of State's Office.
SB 763 - Alter - Prohibits grocery stores or convenience stores from selling individually packaged or refrigerated beer
SB 764 - Engler - Allows law enforcement to publish sex offender information in the newspaper during National Crime Victims' Week
SB 765 - Dougherty - Enacts provisions relating to emergency medical treatment
SB 766 - Vogel - Modifies the definition of "state agency" with regard to income tax set offs
SB 767 - Graham - Requires Office of Administration and Highway Patrol to oversee use of state aircraft and places restrictions on certain state officers with respect to use of state aircraft
SB 768 - Graham - Makes changes to the criminal justice system
SB 769 - Mayer - Permits school districts meeting certain criteria to make a one-time additional fund transfer and to reduce their school terms
SB 770 - Mayer - Modifies the law relating to the county law enforcement restitution fund
SB 771 - Mayer - Provides that certain judgments of an associate circuit court shall constitute a lien on real estate property
SB 772 - Green - Repeals timely file discount for sales tax remittance
SB 773 - Cauthorn - Changes various sections pertaining to agriculture
SB 774 - Bartle - Provides funding for umbilical cord blood banks and non-fetal human stem cell research
SB 775 - Cauthorn - Adds to the list of bylaw provisions for cooperative associations
SB 776 - Nodler - Revises current law requirements for the presentation of information in public schools relating to contraception, abortion, and sexually transmitted diseases
SB 777 - Bray - Establishes the "Missouri Universal Health Assurance Program"
SB 778 - Ridgeway - Requires proof of payment of personal property taxes on certain vessels, raises vessel fees and creates the "Missouri State Water Patrol Fund"
SB 779 - Engler - Modifies requirements for labor posters
SB 780 - Klindt - Creates an assessment-based funding mechanism for the Office of Public Counsel similar to that currently utilized by the Public Service Commission
SB 781 - Ridgeway - Revises the process for obtaining a repossession title to motor vehicles, certain watercrafts, and manufactured homes
SB 782 - Engler - Allows persons committed under the repealed "sexual psychopath" statutes to be guilty of escaping from commitment
SB 783 - Engler - Allows sexual predators to be housed with others awaiting court determination as to whether they are predators
SB 784 - Alter - Expands the actions that constitute a peace disturbance
SB 785 - Alter - Allows any jailer to serve an arrest warrant on a person who is already an inmate in the custody of the jailer
SB 786 - Graham - Provides that certain persons may not be required to disclose news sources or information
SB 787 - Klindt - Requires rest area contracts between the Commission and sheltered workshops shall only be with workshops that are within 50 miles of the rest area to be maintained
SB 788 - Klindt - Creates an advisory council to monitor the activity of the Propane Inspection Program
SB 789 - Dougherty - Modifies procedures of juvenile courts in their care and treatment of certain juveniles
SB 790 - Clemens - Requires public high school students to satisfactorily complete four year-long courses in personal finance education
SB 791 - Mayer - Modifies provisions within the Department of Transportation and Highway Patrol employees' retirement system
SB 792 - Mayer - Provides health insurance coverage for Phase I and Phase II clinical trials for cancer treatment
SB 793 - Engler - Provides that public administrators will not be financially responsible for debts of wards or protectees
SB 794 - Kennedy - Modifies the law relating to eminent domain and TIF projects
SB 795 - Kennedy - Modifies the amount of time for which an owner is liable for an occupant's sewer or water bill in St. Louis City
SB 796 - Dougherty - Provides for two-thirds income disregard for Medical Assistance for Families recipients
SB 797 - Crowell - Establishes a prescription monitoring program
SB 798 - Nodler - Authorizes the Missouri Board of Architects, Professional Engineers, Professional Land Surveyors and Landscape Architects to impose civil penalties
SB 799 - Engler - Reduces certain billboard fees for billboards under 150 square feet
SB 800 - Shields - Modifies provisions regarding contracts for private design or construction work
SB 801 - Shields - Bars election authorities from certifying election results until all election costs are paid
SB 802 - Shields - Defines the terms "owner", "registered voter" and "voter" when used in provisions about certain sewer districts
SB 803 - Griesheimer - Grants the Highway Patrol authority to investigate excursion gambling boat activities
SB 804 - Gross - Allows for substituted service upon an insured defendant's automobile insurance company
SB 805 - Gross - Modifies provisions relating to taxation
SB 806 - Gross - Establishes the "Founding Documents Protection Act"
SB 807 - Gross - WITHDRAWN
SB 808 - Ridgeway - Modifies provisions relating to the Missouri Women's Council
SB 809 - Graham - Provides municipalities the option of adopting the zoning regulations of the county in lieu of their own
SB 810 - Dougherty - Repeals the June 30, 2008, Medicaid Sunset Provision
SB 811 - Bray - Enacts various changes with respect to the issue of medical malpractice insurance
SB 812 - Cauthorn - Adds certain municipalities and districts to the list of utilities that are under the supervision of the Transportation Commission when engaging in right-of-way
SB 813 - Ridgeway - Prohibits health carriers and other organizations from changing health services codes without the permission of the physician
SB 814 - Coleman - Creates a tax credit for low-income household purchases of computers for educational purposes
SB 815 - Coleman - Eliminates mandatory minimum sentencing for certain felons
SB 816 - Griesheimer - Creates a gross receipts tax on video service providers
SB 817 - Scott - Replaces Missouri's workers' compensation residual market plan with Missouri Employers Mutual Insurance Company
SB 818 - Scott - Amends requirements for filing financial interest statements
SB 819 - Scott - Modifies licensure requirements for professional engineers and land surveyors
SB 820 - Koster - Increases the maximum amount that may be appropriated to the Governmental Emergency Fund
SB 821 - Griesheimer - Modifies the definition of "salvage vehicle"
SB 822 - Gross - Extends FRA, Pharmacy Tax, Nursing Facility reimbursement allowance, and Medicaid managed care reimbursement allowance sunsets
SB 823 - Klindt - Makes information collected in the course of an insurance compliance audit privileged information
SB 824 - Klindt - Establishes procedure for insurers intervening in civil actions to determine coverage issues
SB 825 - Koster - Creates the "Kansas and Missouri Regional Investment District Compact" to promote public transit projects within the Kansas City metropolitan area
SB 826 - Mayer - Modifies law regarding the Scenic Byway Program
SB 827 - Dougherty - Creates a commission to study the death penalty in Missouri and prohibits use of the death penalty for a time period
SB 828 - Scott - Repeals the sunset provision for dental hygienists
SB 829 - Dougherty - Repeals a portion of the law which allows certain utilities to apply for alternate rate schedules
SB 830 - Ridgeway - Changes provisions regarding military leave for Kansas City police officers and civilian employees
SB 831 - Kennedy - Alters the school funding formula provision that reduces current-year funding for districts with decreases in summer school attendance
SB 832 - Griesheimer - Modifies Missouri's tax increment finance law
SB 833 - Nodler - Repeals the prohibition on including students' attendance records, grades, class rank or other information on high school diplomas
SB 834 - Nodler - Alters various provisions of the state's special education policy
SB 835 - Engler - Establishes the requirements for a written drug prescription
SB 836 - Engler - Modifies continuing child support obligation for children over eighteen years of age
SB 837 - Loudon - Modifies the membership of various governing bodies that administer state insurance programs
SB 838 - Loudon - Allows life insurance companies to exclude coverage for suicide deaths under certain circumstances
SB 839 - Loudon - Establishes the "Uninsured Motorist Stipulation of Benefits Act of 2006" which limits the recovery for non-economic damages by uninsured motorists
SB 840 - Stouffer - Modifies the highway and bridge naming process and allows the Highway Commission to dispose of excess real property under certain conditions
SB 841 - Ridgeway - Authorizes peer review committees for certain emergency medical services
SB 842 - Ridgeway - Amends provisions for the exemption from sales and use tax of electricity used in manufacturing
SB 843 - Graham - Establishes renewable energy resources use requirements
SB 844 - Graham - Authorizes individuals to bring civil actions alleging Medicaid fraud
SB 845 - Kennedy - Modifies fees and reinstatement processes in the event of corporate administrative dissolution
SB 846 - Dougherty - Sets the maximum penalty for violating any Public Service Commission order relating to federal natural gas safety standards
SB 847 - Bartle - Modifies the jurisdiction of small claims courts
SRB 848 - Bartle - Repeals certain sections of law which have expired, sunset, terminated, or are ineffective
SB 849 - Mayer - Creates the "Fairness in Public Construction Act"
SB 850 - Alter - Includes certain juvenile court employees in the county employees' retirement system
SB 851 - Stouffer - Modifies law with respect to how tow companies may dispose of abandoned motor vehicles for parts
SB 852 - Barnitz - Creates a tax credit for shareholders of S corp savings and loan associations and credit institutions
SB 853 - Green - Provides for mandatory minimum punishment for securities fraud crimes against the elderly or disabled
SB 854 - Green - Creates the "Public Service Accountability Act"
SB 855 - Callahan - WITHDRAWN
SB 856 - Callahan - Requires Jackson County to complete a competitive bidding process when contracting for certain services
SB 857 - Nodler - Grants additional authority to the Coordinating Board for Higher Education
SB 858 - Shields - Creates the "Healthcare Technology Fund"
SB 859 - Days - Creates an advance voting system for elections
SB 860 - Callahan - Modifies income taxation of married couples with taxable incomes of less than $100,000
SB 861 - Ridgeway - Modifies provisions regarding supplemental retirement benefits for Kansas City police officers and civilian employees
SB 862 - Engler - Allows the use of "environmental covenants"
SB 863 - Engler - Modifies the definition of "volunteer fire protection association"
SB 864 - Engler - Modifies unemployment compensation for teachers
SB 865 - Cauthorn - Exempts livestock from personal property taxation
SB 866 - Graham - Modifies provisions in various health care and social services programs
SB 867 - Graham - Provides the county governing body more control when a regional recreational district is located only in that county
SB 868 - Koster - Creates the "Healthcare Technology Fund"
SB 869 - Koster - Modifies laws against sexual offenders
SB 870 - Mayer - Transfers responsibility for existing appropriation payments from the Office of Administration to other state agencies
SB 871 - Coleman - Modifies provisions regarding distribution payments in the St. Louis Police Retirement System
SB 872 - Gibbons - Enacts various provisions relating to the safe operation of motor vehicles to ensure the safety of highway workers, emergency workers and other motorists
SB 873 - Gibbons - Makes changes to laws regarding criminal background checks
SB 874 - Shields - Repeals the law currently prohibiting Kansas City police officers from participating in some political activities
SB 875 - Barnitz - Modifies requirements for corporate filings
SB 876 - Loudon - Establishes a tuition grant for dependants and spouses of certain military veterans
SB 877 - Kennedy - Provides a tax credit for modifying a home for a disabled person
SB 878 - Champion - Modifies provisions relating to child protection
SB 879 - Bray - Prohibits the Transportation Department from closing a twelve-mile portion of U.S. Highway 40 in the St. Louis area
SB 880 - Bray - Repeals a portion of the law that provides certain utilities the opportunity to apply for alternate rate schedules under a variety of circumstances
SB 881 - Engler - Authorizes the Governor to convey state property to St. Francois County
SB 882 - Engler - Regulates various blasting and excavation activities
SB 883 - Engler - Revises the filing fees paid by certain insurance organizations for filing documents with the Department of Insurance
SB 884 - Callahan - Modifies Missouri's tax increment finance law
SB 885 - Cauthorn - Modifies laws relating to bail bond agents
SB 886 - Goodman - Modifies provisions regarding the termination of alimony and maintenance payments
SB 887 - Green - Removes certain limits on campaign contributions
SB 888 - Koster - Substantially revises the current law regarding the regulation of title insurance
SB 889 - Shields - Allows volunteer, out-of-state health care providers to be deployed during emergencies
SB 890 - Bartle - Requires sexual offenders who fail to register for a third time to be electronically monitored for ten years
SB 891 - Scott - Eliminates the position of transportation inspector general from the Joint Committee on Transportation Oversight
SB 892 - Scott - Modifies laws relating to financial institutions
SB 893 - Scott - Modifies provisions relating to emergency services and fire protection
SB 894 - Nodler - Renders multiple alterations to the state's education policy
SB 895 - Engler - Synchronizes the penalties, administrative orders, civil actions and other remedies available to the Director of the Department of Insurance throughout the insurance code; modifies law with respect to certain types of service contracts; and revises filing fees
SB 896 - Griesheimer - Modifies graduated driver's license law with respect to number of instruction hours and passenger limitations
SB 897 - Kennedy - Creates the "Medical Imaging and Radiation Therapy Quality Assurance Act"
SB 898 - Koster - Modifies provisions regarding members of the military and their families
SB 899 - Dougherty - Restricts and criminalizes obtaining and selling telephone and cellular phone call logs
SB 900 - Shields - Modifies provisions on the Missouri Commission for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing Fund
SB 901 - Shields - Establishes the "Joint Committee on Health"
SB 902 - Callahan - Limits the sale of non-compliant cigarettes
SB 903 - Griesheimer - Provides immunity from liability for certain officers and employees of state agencies and political subdivisions
SB 904 - Griesheimer - Modifies the requirements for management, design and construction of state buildings
SB 905 - Engler - Requires medical malpractice insurers to file information with the Department of Insurance, and give notice prior to refusing to renew a policy of medical malpractice insurance
SB 906 - Engler - Modifies various provisions relating to lead abatement
SB 907 - Engler - Allows the Secretary of State to regulate the sale of variable annuities
SB 908 - Stouffer - Authorizes the Missouri Highways and Transportation Commission to make electronic bids for highway and bridge contracts
SB 909 - Stouffer - Increases the maximum length for driveaway saddlemount combinations from 75 feet to 97 feet
SB 910 - Stouffer - Subjects 383 malpractice associations to stricter insurance regulations
SB 911 - Goodman - Repeals the estate tax
SB 912 - Goodman - Establishes a virtual school program
SB 913 - Vogel - Excludes amusement devices from the definitions of the terms "gambling" and "gambling device"
SB 914 - Koster - Allows the Medical Malpractice Joint Underwriting Association to provide various types of coverages and refund policyholder surcharges
SB 915 - Koster - Sets targets for renewable energy use
SB 916 - Koster - Modifies various laws relating to the safe operation of motor vehicles to ensure the safety of highway workers, emergency workers, children, and other motorists
SB 917 - Gross - Requires the balance of all state funds to be transferred and credited to the state General Revenue Fund
SB 918 - Scott - Provides a tax deduction for 100% of the amount the taxpayer has paid for long-term care insurance premiums
SB 919 - Scott - Repeals the statute permitting the city council of a third-class city to prohibit the carrying of concealed weapons
SB 920 - Coleman - Establishes the "Urban Flight Scholarship Program"
SB 921 - Coleman - Establishes the "Missouri Senior Cadets Program"
SB 922 - Wilson - Expands the crime of unlawful use of weapons to include discharging a firearm for celebrating in an urban area
SB 923 - Barnitz - Precludes any professional athletic team or sports authority from receiving funding from the Development Finance Board
SB 924 - Klindt - Establishes the "Uniform Real Property Electronic Recording Act"
SB 925 - Cauthorn - Makes various technical changes to sections pertaining to hazardous waste
SB 926 - Cauthorn - Requires land surveyors to provide notice before entering private land
SB 927 - Gross - Places limitations on the issuance and redemption of certain economic development tax credits
SB 928 - Green - Bars employers from misclassifying employees as independent contractors
SB 929 - Green - Amends requirements for workers' compensation benefit payments
SB 930 - Green - Establishes the "Office of Trade Enforcement" and the "Citizen's Commission on Globalization"
SB 931 - Scott - Gives property owners one vote per acre when electing directors for a transportation development district
SB 932 - Scott - Modifies laws relating to county officials
SB 933 - Scott - Transfers the duty of appointing railroad policemen from the Highway Patrol to the Director of the Department of Public Safety
SB 934 - Engler - Creates a grace period for cosmetology and barber shop licensure when the establishment changes ownership or location
SB 935 - Engler - Creates a grace period for barber shop licensure and removes requirements for barbers
SB 936 - Vogel - Allows county library boards to issue bonds for up to 5% of the value of property within the district instead of 1%
SB 937 - Nodler - Eliminates the Missouri Advisory Council of Certification for Educators and replaces it with a commissioners advisory council
SB 938 - Stouffer - Creates the "Missouri Public-Private Partnerships Transportation Act"
SB 939 - Stouffer - Modifies laws relating to medical malpractice insurance and establishes the "Health Care Stabilization Fund Feasibility Board"
SB 940 - Clemens - Modifies definitions and fees relating to audiologists
SB 941 - Clemens - Designates a portion of I-44 in Greene County as the "Corporal John A. "Jay" Sampietro Jr. MO State Highway Patrol Memorial Highway"
SB 942 - Ridgeway - Authorizes the creation of a Disabled American Veterans special license plate
SB 943 - Bray - Establishes the "Prevention First Act"
SB 944 - Bray - Requires large employers to dedicate a percentage of profits for health care costs
SB 945 - Bray - Prohibits gifts from lobbyists to members of General Assembly
SB 946 - Shields - Modifies various provisions relating to the state legal expense fund
SB 947 - Shields - Requires the Department of Elementary and Secondary Education to develop standards for high-quality early childhood education
SB 948 - Shields - Modifies provision regarding repayment of National Guard Educational Assistance Grant
SB 949 - Shields - Establishes the "Dental Carve-Out Act of 2006" to implement a process of providing dental benefits to public assistance recipients
SB 950 - Kennedy - Allows for the formation of small employer purchasing alliances to purchase health insurance
SB 951 - Cauthorn - Requires cities to send excess revenues derived from traffic violations to the Department of Revenue if such fines and court costs exceed 35% of the city's annual general operating revenue
SB 952 - Goodman - Designates the Table Rock Lake bridge on Highway 39 in Barry County near the census-designated place of Shell Knob as the "State Senator Larry Gene Taylor Memorial Bridge"
SB 953 - Engler - Substantially revises the title insurance code and modifies provisions relating to motor vehicle extended service contracts
SB 954 - Griesheimer - Imposes a surcharge on machinery rented within the state
SB 955 - Coleman - Creates a hot weather rule
SB 956 - Purgason - Designates a portion of U.S. Highway 60 in Texas County as the "Trooper D. Kevin Floyd Memorial Highway"
SB 957 - Engler - Authorizes the Circuit Court in the 24th Judicial Circuit to appoint a drug court commissioner and administrator
SB 958 - Kennedy - Establishes the "Public Service Accountability Act"
SB 959 - Alter - Modifies the laws relating to eminent domain and condemnation proceedings
SB 960 - Alter - Requires law enforcement and the Highway Patrol to take new photographs of sexual offenders when they report annually
SB 961 - Ridgeway - Makes certain indemnity agreements in motor carrier transportation contracts void and unenforceable
SB 962 - Ridgeway - Creates the "Missouri Student Success Scholarships Tax Credit Program"
SB 963 - Scott - Modifies "Macks Creek law" by applying a 45% cap on traffic fine revenues to violations that occur on all highways rather than just state highways
SB 964 - Crowell - Modifies provisions regarding the appointment and duties of assistant adjutants general
SB 965 - Bartle - Modifies poison control provisions
SB 966 - Green - Bars the Jackson County Sports Authority and the Greater St. Louis Sports Authority from hiring lobbyists
SB 967 - Green - Modifies overtime eligibility requirements
SB 968 - Green - Creates more requirements for fire protection districts, departments, and volunteer associations
SB 969 - Stouffer - Modifies several provisions relating to transportation and laws pertaining to motor vehicles
SB 970 - Gross - Adjusts the foundation formula to compensate school districts for any decreases in amounts received from fines
SB 971 - Nodler - Provides for Medicaid coverage for personal care services for persons in residential care facilities
SB 972 - Kennedy - Establishes "Hepatitis C Awareness Day"
SB 973 - Shields - Amends the practice of chiropractic
SB 974 - Shields - Extends date for the Department of Mental Health to complete mental health services plans for persons on waitlists
SB 975 - Days - Amends laws relating to unsecured loans of $500 or less
SB 976 - Gibbons - Assesses fees for the transportation of radioactive waste through or within the state
SB 977 - Bartle - Authorizes the director of the POST Commission to promulgate rules and modifies 911 telecommunications training
SB 978 - Kennedy - Establishes a transitional period whereby the weighted average daily attendance distribution method for Prop C funds would be phased-in
SB 979 - Griesheimer - Exempts ski area operators from liability for inherent risks related to skiing
SB 980 - Clemens - Modifies the student loan program for nursing students
SB 981 - Goodman - Allows a Highway Patrol member to accept other employment under a general order issued by the Superintendent
SB 982 - Koster - Requires law enforcement and the Highway Patrol to take new photographs of sexual offenders when they report annually
SB 983 - Mayer - Requires each school district to adopt as a goal the expenditure of at least two-thirds of its current operational expenditures on classroom instruction
SB 984 - Purgason - Adds a circuit judge position within the Twenty-Sixth Judicial Circuit
SB 985 - Cauthorn - Modifies the definition of "point source" to exclude any agricultural storm water discharges and return flows from agriculture
SB 986 - Green - Modifies laws on mental health facilities and group homes for the mentally retarded and developmentally disabled
SB 987 - Green - Designates a portion of I-44 in St. Louis County as the "Trooper Ralph Tatoian Memorial Highway"
SB 988 - Green - Amends law relating to the hiring of unqualified employees on public projects
SB 989 - Bray - Requires committees to refund campaign contributions in some instances
SB 990 - Vogel - Designates various sections of state highways after law enforcement
SB 991 - Mayer - Changes and extends the current law pertaining to service contracts
SB 992 - Scott - Modifies provisions regarding medical emergencies
SB 993 - Scott - Modifies processes for licensure and service of financial institutions
SB 994 - Dougherty - Alters the "special education threshold" for any school district with a higher-than-average student population with elevated blood lead levels
SB 995 - Dougherty - Establishes a "Business and After-School Partnership Program"
SB 996 - Dougherty - Creates the "St. Louis City School Lead Abatement and Removal Fund"
SB 997 - Kennedy - Allows certain St. Louis police officers to receive additional compensation for overtime
SB 998 - Champion - Requires physicians to identify which type of collaborative practice arrangement they are engaging in and provide copies to the board
SB 999 - Alter - Allows counties to adopt noise ordinances
SB 1000 - Loudon - Replaces all state administrative hearings with a new "Office of Administrative Hearings"
SB 1001 - Griesheimer - Modifies lawful presence requirements for driver's licenses, modifies graduated driver's license law and allows the Highway Commission to revoke licenses and registrations of motor carriers in certain circumstances
SB 1002 - Mayer - Allows the imposition of an additional fee for drainage districts
SB 1003 - Mayer - Authorizes the Governor to convey state property
SB 1004 - Days - Removes the special education statute from the sunset provision of the First Steps Program
SB 1005 - Stouffer - Modifies and enacts new provisions pertaining to health care facilities
SB 1006 - Goodman - Provides an income tax credit for volunteer firefighters
SB 1007 - Goodman - Bars lending institutions from using unsolicited negotiable instruments as extensions of credit to consumers
SB 1008 - Klindt - Creates the "Governor's Advisory Council on Agricultural Science and Technology"
SB 1009 - Klindt - Defines the scope of regulation for Missouri seed law
SB 1010 - Wheeler - Amends the duties and filings for limited partnerships and corporations
SB 1011 - Wheeler - Gives recorders of deeds discretion about where instruments are recorded and protects personal information in documents
SB 1012 - Wheeler - Modifies priority designation for next-of-kin of a decedent's body
SB 1013 - Crowell - Provides that certain persons may not be required to disclose news sources or information
SB 1014 - Scott - Modifies law relating to election administration
SB 1015 - Kennedy - Requires all health care providers or first responders to be tested for Hepatitis C
SB 1016 - Gross - Requires county commissions to set tax rates by September 20
SB 1017 - Clemens - Modifies several agricultural programs
SB 1018 - Kennedy - Enacts licensing requirements for private investigators
SB 1019 - Alter - Specifies the Amber Alert System aids in identifying and locating abducted children rather than adults
SB 1020 - Vogel - Requires anyone who manufactures, installs, or repairs fuel storage tanks or piping for such tanks to maintain evidence of financial responsibility to cover the costs of corrective action after a fuel release
SB 1021 - Dougherty - Modifies laws of the Missouri Health Insurance Pool
SB 1022 - Dougherty - Raises income limit for Medical Assistance for Families recipients
SB 1023 - Gibbons - Modifies the laws relating to DNA Profiling Analysis and resulting restitution
SB 1024 - Koster - Establishes the "Criminal Forfeiture Reform Act"
SB 1025 - Koster - Establishes a minimum salary for deputy sheriffs and creates the "Public Safety Enhancement Fund"
SB 1026 - Cauthorn - Authorizes the Lieutenant Governor to administer certain veterans' programs and funds
SB 1027 - Mayer - Allows common household goods common carriers to request rate adjustments from the State Highways and Transportation Commission and repeals exemption for household good movers who restrict their operations to certain areas
SB 1028 - Bartle - Adds substances to the controlled substances lists and criminalizes activities related to falsifying drug tests
SB 1029 - Coleman - Provides for a tuition limitation for certain combat veterans
SB 1030 - Bartle - Criminalizes selling and purchasing phone call logs
SB 1031 - Klindt - Sets the maximum penalty for violating any order by the Public Service Commission relating to federal natural gas safety standards
SB 1032 - Cauthorn - Amends the law relating to physician assistants
SB 1033 - Kennedy - Increases wage for special advisors to the St. Louis City Police Retirement Board
SB 1034 - Green - Amends the laws relating to the practice of professional counselors
SB 1035 - Mayer - Limits investment firm and law firm support in general obligation bond elections
SB 1036 - Mayer - Modifies watercraft law with respect to personal floatation devices, use of lights, approaching emergency vehicles and other issues
SB 1037 - Mayer - Extends the expiration date for the public drinking water primacy fees until September 1, 2011
SB 1038 - Mayer - Expands the ability currently available to the Department of Natural Resources to enter into cooperative agreements with particular organizations
SB 1039 - Bray - Eliminates the annual state of the state transportation address given by the Director of the Department of Transportation to the General Assembly
SB 1040 - Barnitz - Modifies provisions relating to eminent domain, tax increment financing, and urban redevelopment
SB 1041 - Gibbons - Creates the crime of "knowingly receiving, selling, or obtaining personal health information"
SB 1042 - Kennedy - Prohibits increases in assessed value of homestead property that are greater than twenty percent during reassessment
SB 1043 - Coleman - Restricts predatory lending
SB 1044 - Alter - Creates the crime of "failing to lower a tinted window upon the approach of a law enforcement officer"
SB 1045 - Goodman - Provides that the statute of limitations for recovery of lands does not extend to lands held by public utilities
SB 1046 - Days - Creates the "Emancipation Day Commission"
SB 1047 - Loudon - Requires the Department of Public Safety to create a grant program for certain law enforcement task forces
SB 1048 - Shields - Allows a motor vehicle owner to receive refunds for unused registration fees, provided the unused portion is in an amount of five dollars or greater, when the owner sells the motor vehicle and does not replace it with another
SB 1049 - Shields - Establishes the "Disabled Employee's Health Assistance Program (DEHAP)"
SB 1050 - Bartle - Modifies provisions regarding bond remittance in certain landlord and tenant actions
SB 1051 - Bartle - Modifies provisions regarding court dates, issuance of summons, and writs of possession or restitution in certain landlord and tenant actions
SB 1052 - Nodler - Creates a time limit for claims made for damages to underground facilities in the event that such damage was incurred during excavation as well as a time limit for payment of such claims
SB 1053 - Days - Enacts a long-term care public-private partnership program
SB 1054 - Cauthorn - Requires motor vehicle owners to deposit old license plates with the Department of Revenue as part of a recycling program to benefit certain nonprofit organizations
SB 1055 - Cauthorn - Modifies Missouri law regarding overtime for state workers
SB 1056 - Griesheimer - Modifies the method of how community improvement districts may impose sales taxes
SB 1057 - Loudon - Includes physical therapists in the definition of health practitioner for the purposes of liens
SB 1058 - Loudon - Modifies several provisions of law relating to judicial procedures and personnel, for example, the act repeals the requirement that second-hand junk dealers keep a register for copper wire and cable sales
SB 1059 - Kennedy - Designates a portion of I-55 in St. Louis County as the "Officer Thomas G. Smith Jr. Memorial Highway"
SB 1060 - Kennedy - Modifies provisions regarding the tax contribution designation for the Missouri Military Family Relief Fund
SB 1061 - Mayer - Creates the "Faith-Based Organization Liaison Act"
SB 1062 - Scott - Allows videotaped depositions of mentally retarded persons to be admissible in certain criminal proceedings
SB 1063 - Scott - Authorizes volunteer transportation services for the elderly
SB 1064 - Stouffer - Prohibits condition of issuing certain types of permits on removing outdoor advertising and allows Highways and Transportation Commission to void billboard permits under certain conditions
SB 1065 - Vogel - Provides that certain members of MOSERS may purchase their last two years of service to attain retirement eligibility
SB 1066 - Klindt - Provides certain telecommunication companies the opportunity to request a waiver from the requirement that tariffs be filed to reduce rates for any service in which the current rate exceeds the maximum allowable price
SB 1067 - Bartle - Creates the "Office of Enterprise Technology"
SB 1068 - Purgason - Allows retailers to pay sales tax on behalf of customers
SB 1069 - Engler - Authorizes certain public entities to enter into agreements to modify payment terms for bonds based on changes in the purchase price of commodities
SB 1070 - Bray - Prohibits certain employees of the Public Service Commission from being employed by a public utility within two years of completing employment with the Commission
SB 1071 - Loudon - Creates the "Interstate Insurance Product Regulation Compact"
SB 1072 - Loudon - Repeals the abandoned manufactured home statutes
SB 1073 - Gross - Extends the sunset clause on Motorist Insurance Identification Database Program from June 30, 2007, to June 30, 2012
SB 1074 - Loudon - Amends the Workers' Compensation Law
SB 1075 - Loudon - Amends the law governing workers' compensation deductible surcharge collection
SB 1076 - Goodman - Prohibits health care professionals from billing for anatomic pathology services not personally rendered
SB 1077 - Bray - Creates new penalties for signing false names on petitions
SB 1078 - Bray - Changes the complaint process for alleging excessive utility rates
SB 1079 - Coleman - Enhances the penalties for motorists who fail to properly yield for school buses that are loading and unloading children when injuries or deaths result
SB 1080 - Coleman - Authorizes the Governor to convey the Midtown State Office Building to St. Louis University
SB 1081 - Clemens - Authorizes the Department of Natural Resources to require a bond as a condition of issuing permits for facilities that utilize innovative technologies for wastewater treatment facilities
SB 1082 - Shields - Modifies law relating to medical fees for workers' compensation
SB 1083 - Bray - Requires the Ethics Commission to post certain expenditure information for and against candidates on its website
SB 1084 - Gibbons - Extends the sunset date for the Healthcare for Uninsured Children Program and non-Medicaid eligible personal care services
SB 1085 - Kennedy - Modifies provisions regarding the self-administeration of medication by students
SB 1086 - Kennedy - Grants the St. Louis Board of Police Commissioners the authority to establish police officer salaries without prior authorization from the General Assembly
SB 1087 - Ridgeway - Modifies various provisions within the Missouri Uniform Trust Code
SB 1088 - Engler - Alters provisions regarding teacher termination hearings
SB 1089 - Loudon - Exempts military pensions and retirement income from income taxation
SB 1090 - Koster - Exempts broadcasting equipment and machinery from sales and use tax
SB 1091 - Ridgeway - Establishes the "Missouri Prescription Drug Price Website"
SB 1092 - Klindt - Prohibits political subdivisions from regulating the content, cost or distribution of information over a broadband Internet connection by imposing fees, licenses or taxes
SB 1093 - Gross - Increases the revenue bond limit for the acquisition of public buildings in cities by the board of public buildings
SB 1094 - Champion - Allows Springfield to dissolve a special business district
SB 1095 - Engler - Requires the POST Commission to offer peace officer training on the investigation of computer and Internet crimes
SB 1096 - Bray - Creates the "Local Community Rail Security Act of 2006"
SB 1097 - Coleman - Allows the St. Louis Board of Police Commissioners to delegate some of its powers to hearing officers
SB 1098 - Wilson - Creates a tax credit for service as a poll worker
SB 1099 - Clemens - Creates licensing standards for clinical science practitioners
SB 1100 - Clemens - Makes stealing any animal considered livestock punishable as a Class C felony
SB 1101 - Griesheimer - Allows the City of Sullivan and the portion of the Sullivan C-2 School District located in Franklin County to levy a transient guest tax
SB 1102 - Alter - Modifies provisions relating to Jefferson County ordinances
SB 1103 - Goodman - Prohibits practitioners from soliciting payment for anatomic pathology services unless certain conditions are met, allows HMOs to offer high-deductible policies, and limits application of rates of payments between HMOs and providers under certain circumstances
SB 1104 - Cauthorn - Defines a qualified Missouri biodiesel producer as a facility that is owned by at least 51% of Missouri agricultural producers
SB 1105 - Cauthorn - Penalizes releasing agencies who sterilize a hunting dog within a ten-day custody period
SB 1106 - Cauthorn - Directs the Department of Conservation to reimburse the Department of Transportation for every deer carcass the Department of Transportation removes from state highways
SB 1107 - Cauthorn - Permits hand fishing for the months of June and July
SB 1108 - Engler - Modifies provisions on personal care assistance services
SB 1109 - Griesheimer - Allows persons 65 years of age and older to use previously issued licenses as proof of lawful presence
SB 1110 - Barnitz - Requires those who contract to receive repossessed vehicles to deliver surety bonds
SB 1111 - Goodman - Modifies the laws on the use of force
SB 1112 - Goodman - Provides for immunity from liability for certain product retailers
SB 1113 - Goodman - Directs the courts to be guided by the Federal Trade Commission's guidelines on merchandising practices
SB 1114 - Goodman - Requires the State Board of Education to annually establish a target school start date
SB 1115 - Nodler - Modifies the laws relating to fiber optic networks
SB 1116 - Stouffer - Provides that certain disputes shall be referred by the Office of Administration to approved mediators for dispute resolution
SB 1117 - Stouffer - Modifies provisions of the Missouri Rx Plan Advisory Commission
SB 1118 - Stouffer - Requires the Highway Patrol to establish training and certification standards for law enforcement officers to enforce commercial motor vehicle laws
SB 1119 - Bray - Repeals the tax deduction for registration and examination fees paid by insurance companies
SB 1120 - Bray - Requires the issuance of a "no contact" order under certain circumstances with sexual offense cases
SB 1121 - Gross - Modifies law relating to misclassified, nonresident, and undocumented workers
SB 1122 - Shields - Allows certain state universities to convey or transfer, except in fee simple, the title or interest in real property
SB 1123 - Shields - Directs the Department of Social Services to establish Coordinated Care and Administrative Service Organization pilot programs
SB 1124 - Shields - Modifies the law related to professional licensing
SB 1125 - Coleman - Modifies law relating to voter registration and election offenses
SB 1126 - Clemens - Requires the State Highways and Transportation Commission to close rest areas to certain vehicles and prohibits the Commission from building new rest areas
SB 1127 - Purgason - Requires certain commercial motor vehicles used to haul gravel, sand, dirt, rock or other similar materials to display the owner's name, address and registration number on the rear of the vehicle
SB 1128 - Purgason - Creates licensing standards for prescribing psychologists
SB 1129 - Green - Allows third-class cities to regulate real estate agents
SB 1130 - Green - Repeals the statute that allows fourth-class cities to pay members of certain city boards up to $200 per month
SB 1131 - Goodman - Modifies provisions on confidential medical test results
SB 1132 - Wheeler - Provides that certain not-for-profit agencies shall have sovereign or governmental tort immunity
SB 1133 - Scott - Requires Missouri to pay nondriver's license fees for applicants complying with voter identification laws
SB 1134 - Scott - Creates the "Small-Business Advocacy Program" in the Office of the Lieutenant Governor
SB 1135 - Scott - Modifies various provisions of law relating to investments by insurance companies
SB 1136 - Vogel - Requires licensees to renew sales tax licenses every two years
SB 1137 - Vogel - Removes the full-year residency requirement from the property tax credit program
SB 1138 - Vogel - Allows the Director of Revenue to require certain tax returns be filed electronically
SB 1139 - Gibbons - Designates the portion of Highway 21 from the intersection of Lindbergh Avenue to the intersection of Gravois Road in St. Louis County as the "Sergeant William McEntee Memorial Highway"
SB 1140 - Gibbons - Modifies provisions relating to the taxation of real property
SB 1141 - Barnitz - Requires the State Highways and Transportation Commission to erect signs commemorating the Korean War at every state road or state highway that crosses or intersects the thirty-eighth parallel
SB 1142 - Graham - Explicitly grants MOHELA the ability to sell assets, and specifies the manner in which proceeds from such assets may be utilized
SB 1143 - Mayer - Modifies numerous penalties for violations of motor vehicle licensing, registration, and equipment statutes
SB 1144 - Mayer - Authorizes issuance of temporary orders by a juvenile court and transfer of such orders to a circuit or probate court
SB 1145 - Mayer - Creates the "Guard at Home Program" to assist families of deployed guard members
SB 1146 - Ridgeway - Modifies the process for review of an administrative agency's decisions
SB 1147 - Ridgeway - Provides a tax deduction for individuals that make qualifying contributions to health savings accounts and allows insurers to issue high deductible health policies in conjunction with health savings accounts
SB 1148 - Ridgeway - Modifies the transition period for newly elected statewide officials
SB 1149 - Kennedy - Requires construction employees to take drug tests before working on projects on school property
SB 1150 - Bartle - Modifies the types of orders or judgments that may be appealed through the prosecuting or circuit attorney
SB 1151 - Bartle - Excludes gambling establishments from the definition of "qualified company" under the Quality Jobs Act
SB 1152 - Bartle - Prohibits human cloning
SB 1153 - Bartle - Modifies provisions on senior citizens and the disabled
SB 1154 - Mayer - Prohibits persons who have been a candidate for a partisan-elected office from membership on the Missouri Ethics Commission
SB 1155 - Stouffer - Modifies provisions of the technical advisory committee on the quality of patient care and nursing practices
SB 1156 - Nodler - Renders technical and grammatical alterations to the statute that creates the Missouri Higher Education Loan Authority
SB 1157 - Loudon - Modifies the definition of "commercial real estate" for the purposes of establishing commercial real estate liens
SB 1158 - Clemens - Exempts owners of anhydrous ammonia from certain cleanup costs when caused by illegal tampering
SB 1159 - Clemens - Modifies liability for negligent damage or destruction of field crops
SB 1160 - Mayer - Creates the "Missouri County Planning Act"
SB 1161 - Shields - Allows any municipality or county to authorize an organization to solicit charitable contributions by the roadside
SB 1162 - Nodler - Modifies the authority of the Small Business Regulatory Finance Board
SB 1163 - Nodler - Transfers the duty to administer the Crime Victims' Compensation Fund from the Director of Revenue to the Director of Public Safety
SB 1164 - Graham - Provides that teacher training programs shall include instruction in main streaming children with special needs as well as instruction regarding the IEP process
SB 1165 - Klindt - Extends the fees imposed under the water pollution statutes until December 31, 2009
SB 1166 - Klindt - Repeals the Motor Vehicle Safety Inspection Program effective January 1, 2007, except for school buses
SB 1167 - Days - Bars sitting senators and representatives from contracting with one another for fund raising and consulting for campaigns
SB 1168 - Bray - Prohibits certain activities relating to human trafficking and prostitution
SB 1169 - Bray - Exempts from certain administrative penalties school districts that demonstrate their students have to cross highways and arterials under specified conditions
SB 1170 - Bray - Creates statutory warranties for home buyers and homeowners and also prevents home solicitors from engaging in certain deceptive practices
SB 1171 - Bray - Modifies the law relating to eminent domain and condemnation proceedings
SB 1172 - Bray - Revises the membership of the Regional Taxicab Commission
SB 1173 - Bray - Implements the provisions of the Streamlined Sales and Use Tax Agreement
SB 1174 - Stouffer - Transfers the authority to approve blood alcohol and other chemical testing methods and devices from the Department of Health and Senior Services to the Department of Transportation
SB 1175 - Stouffer - Allows the City of Excelsior Springs to issue bonds and impose a sales tax for the development of a community center
SB 1176 - Stouffer - Requires the Department of Revenue to issue motor vehicle owners a pamphlet summarizing any new motor vehicle laws passed by the Missouri General Assembly within the last two years whenever the motor vehicle owner applies for or renews his or her registration
SB 1177 - Callahan - Allows a local registrar to be an employee of either a county or city health agency
SB 1178 - Callahan - Exempts the sale of super bowl tickets from sales tax
SB 1179 - Callahan - Creates tax incentives for secondary mining uses
SB 1180 - Callahan - Requires all new signs erected after August 28, 2006, relating to disabled parking to contain the words "Accessible Parking" instead of "Handicap Parking"
SB 1181 - Griesheimer - Modifies several provisions of law relating to motor vehicle dealers and the registration process
SB 1182 - Griesheimer - Creates the "Missouri Discovery Alliance" within the Department of Economic Development
SB 1183 - Vogel - Exempts sales of motor fuel for use by interstate transportation authorities, city transit authorities, and city utility boards from the motor fuel tax
SB 1184 - Vogel - Establishes a process in which the City of Lake Ozark can withdraw from certain special road districts established in Camden County and Miller County
SB 1185 - Engler - Reorganizes duties within state agencies
SB 1186 - Engler - Creates a tax credit for qualified equity investments
SB 1187 - Gibbons - Repeals and reduces certain committees and commissions and sets a sunset date for other committees and commissions
SB 1188 - Gibbons - Maintains the prohibition on selling motor fuel below cost but removes language that speaks to the intent of such marketing
SB 1189 - Gibbons - Creates the "Holocaust Education and Awareness Commission"
SB 1190 - Loudon - Allows certain colleges and universities located in St. Louis to sponsor charter schools that are located in St. Louis only
SB 1191 - Loudon - Prohibits railroad carriers from operating remote control locomotives on the rails of this state
SB 1192 - Wheeler - Creates provisions relating to the duty of pharmacies to fill prescriptions
SB 1193 - Wheeler - Allows the General Assembly to appropriate state funds to the Missouri Housing Development Commission for certain housing purposes
SB 1194 - Wheeler - Modifies provisions relating to the authority of certain county collectors
SB 1195 - Wheeler - Modifies provisions relating to land trust conveyances
SB 1196 - Wheeler - Increases the fee collected by each recorder to be deposited into the Missouri Housing Trust Fund from $3 to $5
SB 1197 - Wheeler - Allows sixteen-year olds to donate blood with parental permission
SB 1198 - Scott - Sets penalties for anyone setting fires in an area that has been proclaimed to be in extraordinary danger from fire
SB 1199 - Scott - Modifies definition of ambulatory surgical center to include certain abortion clinics
SB 1200 - Scott - Transfers collection of surplus lines tax from the Department of Insurance to the Department of Revenue
SB 1201 - Dougherty - Raises the Medicaid-eligibility level for old age assistance and permanently disabled recipients
SB 1202 - Dougherty - Allows the City of St. Louis to impose a sales tax to provide services to children age twenty-one and younger
SB 1203 - Dougherty - Promotes energy efficiency and the development and use of renewable energy
SB 1204 - Dougherty - Modifies provisions relating to parentage of a child
SB 1205 - Dougherty - Repeals timely filed discounts for sales tax and income tax withholding to fund the Utilicare Fund
SB 1206 - Mayer - Revises the Interstate Compact for Juveniles
SB 1207 - Mayer - Allows New Madrid County to impose an additional sales tax, which proceeds shall be shared among the county and the cities, towns and villages within the county
SB 1208 - Koster - Modifies law allowing corporations to amend their articles of incorporation
SB 1209 - Koster - Divides the Seventeenth Judicial Circuit into two circuits
SB 1210 - Koster - Authorizes individuals to sue for Medicaid fraud, and modifies various provisions relating to the reporting and investigation of such fraud
SB 1211 - Coleman - Allows private, not-for-profit colleges or universities to appoint and employ college or university police officers
SB 1212 - Coleman - Allows the City of St. Louis to impose a sales tax for public safety
SB 1213 - Coleman - Regulates the licensing of naturopathic practitioners
SB 1214 - Goodman - Exempts votes by political party committees to select a candidate for a special election from the Sunshine Law
SB 1215 - Goodman - Revises the standard for selling property held by the Department of Transportation from "best available cash price" to "fair market price"
SB 1216 - Goodman - Modifies the law relating to travel clubs
SB 1217 - Goodman - Modifies bidding and notice requirements for public projects
SB 1218 - Goodman - Imposes a fee on insurance policies to be used for emergency management
SB 1219 - Goodman - Modifies law relating to the licensing of nursing home administrators
SB 1220 - Goodman - Establishes a "health facilities construction plan review fee"
SB 1221 - Goodman - Modifies laws relating to crime
SB 1222 - Goodman - Creates the "Farm Mentoring and Education Fund"
SB 1223 - Scott - Creates the "Missouri Targeted Development Program"
SB 1224 - Ridgeway - Creates a statewide consortium to be known as the "Umbilical Cord Blood Tissue Bank"
SB 1225 - Ridgeway - Transfers administration of the domestic violence shelter tax credit from the Department of Public Safety to the Department of Social Services
SB 1226 - Ridgeway - Alters provisions regarding teacher certification
SB 1227 - Bray - Modifies the law relating to the establishment of paternity
SB 1228 - Purgason - Modifies provisions regarding LAGERS benefits within the City of Lebanon
SB 1229 - Champion - Creates a tax credit for children in crisis
SB 1230 - Dougherty - Modifies provisions on child care subsidies
SB 1231 - Dougherty - Creates new Medicaid cancer benefits
SB 1232 - Bartle - Regulates sexually-oriented businesses
SB 1233 - Bartle - Amends campaign finance limits
SB 1234 - Bartle - Alters provisions regarding the Missouri School Improvement Program
SB 1235 - Engler - Repeals the provision prohibiting Jefferson County fire protection districts from implementing residential construction regulatory systems
SB 1236 - Engler - Modifies laws pertaining to dam and reservoir safety
SB 1237 - Callahan - Authorizes an additional surcharge on cases involving certain municipal ordinance violations in Kansas City
SB 1238 - Callahan - Establishes the "Small Business Health Fairness Act of 2006"
SB 1239 - Gibbons - Enacts the "Affordable Prescription Drugs for All Missourians Act"
SB 1240 - Koster - Establishes the "Missouri Alternatives to Abortion Services Program"
SB 1241 - Koster - Modifies laws on mental health facilities and group homes for the mentally retarded and developmentally disabled
SB 1242 - Cauthorn - Modifies process by which lists of impaired waters of the state are made
SB 1243 - Loudon - Creates licensure requirements for electrical contractors
SB 1244 - Loudon - Modifies various provisions relating to the reporting and investigation of Medicaid fraud, and creates a private civil cause of action for actions alleging fraud
SB 1245 - Goodman - Modifies and enacts new provisions pertaining to health care facilities
SB 1246 - Bray - Eliminates the premium tax deduction for examination fees paid by insurance companies
SB 1247 - Vogel - Extends the sunset clause on the Motorist Insurance Identification Database Program from June 30, 2007, to June 30, 2012
SB 1248 - Crowell - Enacts provisions to ban abortion in Missouri
SB 1249 - Alter - Establishes the "Missouri Science Education Act"
SB 1250 - Alter - Enacts multiple provisions regarding illegal aliens
SB 1251 - Shields - Modifies laws on the Metabolic Formula Distribution Program
SB 1252 - Scott - Modifies laws on child support
SB 1253 - Mayer - Establishes a maximum speed limit of 45 mph on county gravel, dirt and other unsurfaced roads regardless if such roads are posted with signs or not
SB 1254 - Shields - Modifies laws relating to reporting requirements, expenditures and campaign contributions
SB 1255 - Dougherty - Establishes the reorganization of the state health care system
SB 1256 - Gross - Appropriates money for the expenses, grants, and distributions for several departments and offices of state government
SRM 1 - Gross - Remonstrance addressed to the Attorney General of the State of Missouri
SCR 21 - Ridgeway - Expresses support for Taiwan to have an observer status in the World Health Organization
SCR 22 - Champion - Authorizes the Missouri Department of Transportation to create individual highway signs detailing the name and date of workers, emergency workers, and highway patrol officers injured or killed on Missouri highways.
SCR 23 - Coleman - Establishes the "Board of Naturopathic Medical Examiners"
SCR 24 - Scott - Reauthorizes the Poultry Industry Committee
SCR 25 - Cauthorn - Supports and encourages the state and all local governments to work in partnership with faith-based community organizations
SCR 26 - Crowell - Establishes the "Joint Interim Committee on Low Income Housing Tax Credits"
SCR 27 - Crowell - Urges the Missouri Congressional Delegation to support legislation calling for federal approval of extension of the Lewis & Clark National Historic Trail
SCR 28 - Days - Designates a state office building in Jefferson City as the "George Washington Carver State Office Building"
SCR 29 - Graham - Expresses opposition to the proposed sale of national forest land in the Mark Twain National Forest
SCR 30 - Scott - Supports formation of a task force to develop a more balanced plan that incorporates the recreational, environmental and aesthetic values of the Lake of the Ozarks
SCR 31 - Purgason - Urges the United States Department of Agriculture to continue the voluntary National Animal Identification System program
SCR 32 - Days - Urges United States Congress to include an allocation in the federal budget for a military transport plan program at Boeing St. Louis
SCR 33 - Bray - Ratifies the Equal Rights Amendment to the United States Constitution
SCR 34 - Loudon - Urges the Missouri Highways and Transportation Commission and the Illinois Department of Transportation to designate the new bridge connecting Missouri and Illinois as the Ronald Wilson Reagan Memorial Bridge
SCR 35 - Bray - Condemns the ongoing genocide in Darfur, Sudan
SJR 21 - Cauthorn - Resubmits the Conservation Sales Tax to the voters every ten years
SJR 22 - Cauthorn - Allows a school district to provide transportation for private school pupils
SJR 23 - Bartle - Grants the power to determine public school funding exclusively to the General Assembly and Governor, not the Judiciary
SJR 24 - Bartle - Gives the Highways and Transportation Commission authority to finance, construct, operate, and maintain toll facilities
SJR 25 - Clemens - Creates a two-year budget cycle
SJR 26 - Ridgeway - Exempts property owned by veterans' organizations from taxation
SJR 27 - Crowell - Dismantles the Missouri Citizen's Commission on the Compensation for Elected Officials
SJR 28 - Engler - Prohibits the use of eminent domain for the purpose of economic development
SJR 29 - Engler - Eliminates the provisions allowing for the use of eminent domain to end blight
SJR 30 - Graham - Ensures that stem cell research can be conducted in Missouri
SJR 31 - Ridgeway - Elevates the allowable level of bonded indebtedness for school districts from 15% to 20%
SJR 32 - Graham - Requires the State Auditor to carry out performance audits on all state agencies
SJR 33 - Graham - Modifies the procedure for division of the state into U.S. Congressional districts
SJR 34 - Crowell - Alters the composition of the State Board of Education
SJR 35 - Crowell - Eliminates the constitutional provision stating that the question of public use shall be judicially determined
SJR 36 - Graham - Requires the State Treasurer to provide an estimate of available state revenues each fiscal year
SJR 37 - Graham - Requires that all appropriations by the General Assembly cannot exceed the official estimate of state revenues
SJR 38 - Gross - Imposes a tax on cigarettes and other tobacco products
SJR 39 - Ridgeway - Requires impeachments to be tried by the Senate, rather than the Supreme Court
SJR 40 - Bartle - Preserves an individual's right to hunt and fish
SJR 41 - Mayer - Adds the crime of manufacturing methamphetamine to the list of offenses that are not bailable
SJR 42 - Nodler - Authorizes legislative appropriation authority for administrative expenses of the Highways and Transportation Commission and the Conservation Commission
SJR 43 - Crowell - Bans abortion
SR 1695 - Bartle - Notice of Proposed Rule Change - Rule 96
SR 1725 - Vogel - Allows the Rotary Club to use the Senate Chamber for their Student Government Day to be held on Monday, March 20, 2006
SR 1870 - Vogel - Allows the Missouri Catholic Conference to use the Senate Chamber on September 30, 2006
SR 2007 - Shields - Authorizes Senate employee classification and rates of pay
SR 2112 - Vogel - Allows the Missouri Youth Leadership Forum for Students with Disabilities to use the Senate Chamber
SR 2134 - Coleman - Allows Missouri Girls State to use the Senate Chamber on June 27, 2006
SR 2363 - Gross - Proposed Rule Change - Rule 103
SR 2614 - Vogel - Allows the YMCA Youth in Government to use the Senate Chamber November 30 - December 2, 2006
SR 2615 - Bray - Designates May 27, 2006, as Rachel Carson Day in Missouri
SR 2741 - Wilson - Designates the month of May 2006 as Stroke Awareness Month in Missouri
SR 2880 - Vogel - Allows the Silver Haired Legislature to use the Senate Chamber
SR 3048 - Shields - Urges the Governor to continue to work with the MOHELA Board on the Lewis & Clark Discovery Initiative
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