Missouri State Senate

Bills Co-Sponsored by Senator Callahan

SB 620 - Modifies the prevailing wage law
SB 762 - Allows businesses to voluntarily sign up for the newly created no-mail list kept and maintained by the Secretary of State's Office.
SB 796 - Provides for two-thirds income disregard for Medical Assistance for Families recipients
SB 810 - Repeals the June 30, 2008, Medicaid Sunset Provision
SB 817 - Replaces Missouri's workers' compensation residual market plan with Missouri Employers Mutual Insurance Company
SB 829 - Repeals a portion of the law which allows certain utilities to apply for alternate rate schedules
SB 830 - Changes provisions regarding military leave for Kansas City police officers and civilian employees
SB 831 - Alters the school funding formula provision that reduces current-year funding for districts with decreases in summer school attendance
SB 843 - Establishes renewable energy resources use requirements
SB 844 - Authorizes individuals to bring civil actions alleging Medicaid fraud
SB 845 - Modifies fees and reinstatement processes in the event of corporate administrative dissolution
SB 853 - Provides for mandatory minimum punishment for securities fraud crimes against the elderly or disabled
SB 894 - Renders multiple alterations to the state's education policy
SB 944 - Requires large employers to dedicate a percentage of profits for health care costs
SB 952 - 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 994 - Alters the "special education threshold" for any school district with a higher-than-average student population with elevated blood lead levels
SB 995 - Establishes a "Business and After-School Partnership Program"
SB 1006 - Provides an income tax credit for volunteer firefighters
SB 1047 - Requires the Department of Public Safety to create a grant program for certain law enforcement task forces
SB 1254 - Modifies laws relating to reporting requirements, expenditures and campaign contributions