Missouri State Senate
Bills assigned to Commerce, Energy and the Environment

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 582 - Griesheimer - Modifies existing tax base determination for municipal taxation of telecommunication businesses
SB 613 - Engler - Allows residential and business cell phone users to voluntarily sign up with the no-call list
SB 638 - Coleman - Requires notification of any radio frequency identification tag
SB 675 - Wilson - Modifies the state's No-Call List to include wireless numbers and fax numbers
SB 683 - Cauthorn - Allows cell phone and business users to sign up for the No-Call List
SB 737 - Crowell - Creates a system to freeze consumer credit reports
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 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 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 788 - Klindt - Creates an advisory council to monitor the activity of the Propane Inspection Program
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 816 - Griesheimer - Creates a gross receipts tax on video service providers
SB 829 - Dougherty - Repeals a portion of the law which allows certain utilities to apply for alternate rate schedules
SB 843 - Graham - Establishes renewable energy resources use requirements
SB 846 - Dougherty - Sets the maximum penalty for violating any Public Service Commission order relating to federal natural gas safety standards
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 899 - Dougherty - Restricts and criminalizes obtaining and selling telephone and cellular phone call logs
SB 915 - Koster - Sets targets for renewable energy use
SB 955 - Coleman - Creates a hot weather rule
SB 958 - Kennedy - Establishes the "Public Service Accountability Act"
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 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 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 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 1078 - Bray - Changes the complaint process for alleging excessive utility rates
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 1104 - Cauthorn - Defines a qualified Missouri biodiesel producer as a facility that is owned by at least 51% of Missouri agricultural producers
SB 1115 - Nodler - Modifies the laws relating to fiber optic networks
SB 1165 - Klindt - Extends the fees imposed under the water pollution statutes until December 31, 2009
SB 1188 - Gibbons - Maintains the prohibition on selling motor fuel below cost but removes language that speaks to the intent of such marketing
SB 1191 - Loudon - Prohibits railroad carriers from operating remote control locomotives on the rails of this state
SB 1203 - Dougherty - Promotes energy efficiency and the development and use of renewable energy
SB 1236 - Engler - Modifies laws pertaining to dam and reservoir safety
SB 1248 - Crowell - Enacts provisions to ban abortion in Missouri
SJR 43 - Crowell - Bans abortion
HB 1037 - Sander - Changes the laws regarding environmental controls and plasma arc technology
HB 1137 - Darrough - Modifies various sections pertaining to motor fuels
HB 1149 - Bivins - Pertains to the regulation of water
HB 1632 - Cooper - Addresses various areas of telephone communication
HB 1728 - Rector - Creates an assessment-based funding mechanism for the Office of Public Counsel similar to that currently utilized by the Public Service Commission

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