Missouri State Senate

2007 Senate Bills


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SB 1 - Gibbons - Requires criminal background checks for certain employees in positions with substantial direct contact with children
SB 2 - Gibbons - Creates the crime of knowingly receiving, selling, or obtaining personal health information
SB 3 - Gibbons - Enacts provisions on mental health reform
SB 4 - Gross - Extends the Federal Reimbursement Allowance, Pharmacy Tax, Nursing Facility Reimbursement Allowance, and Medicaid Managed Care Reimbursement Allowance sunsets
SB 5 - Loudon - Modifies the laws on child pornography
SB 6 - Loudon - Establishes the "Safe Schools Fund" and allows local school districts to utilize such moneys for a variety of safety-related expenses
SB 7 - Loudon - Creates an income tax deduction for medical expenses
SB 8 - Kennedy - Provides a tax credit for modifying a home for a disabled person
SB 9 - 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 10 - Kennedy - Enacts licensing requirements for private investigators
SB 11 - Coleman - Creates a hot weather rule for maintenance of utility service
SB 12 - Coleman - Creates an educational grant for children and spouses of veterans who are killed in combat
SB 13 - Coleman - Creates labeling requirements for radio frequency identification tags
SB 14 - Scott - Authorizes volunteer transportation services for the elderly
SB 15 - Scott - Establishes a long-term care insurance public-private partnership program
SB 16 - Scott - Provides that each child enrolled in kindergarten or first grade is to receive a comprehensive vision examination
SB 17 - Shields - Repeals the motor vehicle safety inspection program and modifies enforcement of the seat belt law
SB 18 - Shields - Repeals the law currently prohibiting Kansas City police officers from participating in certain political activities
SB 19 - Shields - Allows motor vehicle owners to receive refunds for unused registration fees under certain conditions
SB 20 - Griesheimer - Modifies the laws relating to tax increment financing
SB 21 - Griesheimer - Allows for the formation of and conversion to reorganized common sewer districts
SB 22 - Griesheimer - Modifies laws relating to political subdivisions
SB 23 - Champion - Adds a circuit judge to the Thirty-First Judicial Circuit
SB 24 - Champion - Bans bus drivers who are convicted of intoxicated-related traffic offenses from possessing a school bus endorsement
SB 25 - Champion - Modifies provisions relating to children's services
SB 26 - Bartle - Allows Department of Transportation to construct toll roads under certain conditions
SB 27 - Bartle - Modifies regulations regarding sexually oriented billboards
SB 28 - Bartle - Modifies circuit and associate circuit judge positions within the Sixteenth Judicial Circuit
SB 29 - Nodler - Alters various provisions of the state's higher education policy
SB 30 - Nodler - Expands the sales tax exemption for common carriers
SB 31 - Nodler - Authorizes the Missouri Board of Architects, Professional Engineers, Professional Land Surveyors and Landscape Architects to impose civil penalties
SB 32 - Bray - Allows senior citizens to defer property tax payments
SB 33 - Bray - Requires certain employers to dedicate a percentage of profits for health care costs
SB 34 - Bray - Requires amount of taxes paid to another state for property taxes be added back in for income tax calculation
SB 35 - Days - Authorizes a court to appoint a standby guardian for a minor
SB 36 - Days - Removes special education statute from the sunset provision of the First Steps Program
SB 37 - Days - Creates an advance voting system for elections
SB 38 - Ridgeway - Prohibits the use or possession of alcoholic beverage vaporizers
SB 39 - Ridgeway - Allows common household goods carriers to request rate adjustments, makes certain indemnity agreements in motor carrier transportation contracts unenforceable, and subjects intrastate household good movers to motor carrier regulations in certain areas
SB 40 - Ridgeway - Creates various tax incentives for certain energy uses
SB 41 - Purgason - Modifies the laws on the use of force
SB 42 - Purgason - Allows retailers to pay sales tax on behalf of customers
SB 43 - Purgason - Modifies provisions within the Missouri Local Government Employees' Retirement System
SB 44 - Mayer - Modifies provisions relating to county law enforcement restitution funds
SB 45 - Mayer - Modifies various provisions relating to transportation and motor vehicles
SB 46 - Mayer - Creates the "Faith-Based Organization Liaison Act"
SB 47 - Engler - Modifies provisions regarding fire protection
SB 48 - Engler - Reduces the tax on E-85 fuel
SB 49 - Engler - Modifies the state do-not-call list and requires political phone calls to include a "paid for by" statement
SB 50 - Stouffer - Amends various provisions relating to commercial drivers licenses
SB 51 - Stouffer - Increases the maximum length of driveaway saddlemount combinations from 75 feet to 97 feet
SB 52 - Stouffer - Modifies various provisions relating to transportation and the regulation of motor vehicles
SB 53 - Koster - Uses money from the state General Revenue Fund to supplement the expense of law enforcement activities of county sheriffs' departments
SB 54 - Koster - Modifies provisions relating to renewable energy, alternative fuel, and environmental regulation
SB 55 - Koster - Modifies the law on the establishment of paternity
SB 56 - Graham - Requires the General Assembly to separately appropriate funds for the Highway Patrol Uniform Allowance
SB 57 - Graham - Requires all health clubs to have at least one automated external defibrillator
SB 58 - Graham - Provides that certain persons may not be required to disclose news sources or information
SB 59 - Wilson - Exempts 25 percent of the amount of social security benefits included in senior citizen taxpayers' federal adjusted gross income
SB 60 - Wilson - Expands the crime of unlawful use of a weapon to include discharging a firearm for celebrating in an urban area
SB 61 - Wilson - Requires a permit to acquire a stun gun or taser
SB 62 - Goodman - Modifies the laws on the use of force and firearms
SB 63 - Goodman - Requires insurers to provide notice of coinsurance or other cost sharing features in the evidence of coverage they issue to enrollees
SB 64 - Goodman - Authorizes school districts to set school opening date up to a certain date prior to Labor Day and provides for exemption to make-up days requirement based on inclement weather
SB 65 - Rupp - Expands the state No-Call List to include automated calls and requires a "paid for by" statement on political phone calls
SB 66 - Rupp - Modifies various provisions of law relating to investments by insurance companies, enforcement powers of the Department of Insurance, and revises title insurance code
SB 67 - Rupp - Modifies certain provisions relating to missing and endangered persons
SB 68 - Shoemyer - Requires farmers to pay a fee for retaining genetically-modified seed
SB 69 - Shoemyer - Prohibits trespassing on farms to enforce contracts for certain agricultural products
SB 70 - Shoemyer - Restricts favorable tax treatment and loan eligibility for employers
SB 71 - Justus - Modifies provisions on child care subsidies
SB 72 - Justus - Enacts provisions relating to the duty of a pharmacy to fill prescriptions
SB 73 - Justus - Modifies the crime of animal neglect
SB 74 - Coleman - Restricts predatory lending
SB 75 - Coleman - Provides for a tuition limitation for certain combat veterans
SB 76 - Coleman - Prohibits the use of expiration dates and service fees on gift certificates
SB 77 - Scott - Creates a graduated increase in payments for sheltered workshops
SB 78 - Scott - Modifies provisions relating to liability for tort claims against the state or its public entities
SB 79 - Scott - Creates the "State Fair Escrow Fund"
SB 80 - Shields - Modifies provisions of the Metabolic Distribution Formula Program
SB 81 - 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 82 - Griesheimer - Modifies various provisions relating to the regulation of motor vehicles
SB 83 - Griesheimer - Establishes a county municipal court in Franklin County and alters the foundation formula to compensate Franklin County School Districts for any loss of revenue from the establishment of the new municipal court
SB 84 - Champion - Modifies provisions relating to child placements and protection
SB 85 - Champion - Establishes a drug monitoring program and modifies existing record keeping for controlled substances and pseudoephedrine products
SB 86 - Champion - Modifies provisions of the Children in Crisis Tax Credit Program
SB 87 - Bartle - Requires the Governor to appoint new members of the Board of Missouri Employers Mutual Insurance Company
SB 88 - Bartle - Creates the "Office of Enterprise Technology"
SB 89 - Bartle - Excludes gambling establishments from the definition of "qualified company" under the Quality Jobs Act
SB 90 - Nodler - Makes English the language of all official proceedings in the state
SB 91 - Nodler - Exempts dealers who sell only emergency vehicles from certain dealer licensure requirements
SB 92 - Nodler - Creates a time limit for claims for damage to underground facilities caused by excavation
SB 93 - Bray - Prohibits commissioners and certain employees of the Public Service Commission from being employed by a public utility for two years after leaving the Commission
SB 94 - Bray - Repeals a portion of the law that provides certain utilities the opportunity to apply for alternate rate schedules
SB 95 - Bray - Requires applicants for Medicaid and Comprehensive Health Insurance Pool to identify the proposed beneficiary's employer
SB 96 - Days - Amends laws relating to unsecured loans of $500 or less
SB 97 - Days - Mandates health insurance coverage for morbid obesity
SB 98 - Days - Modifies law regarding the use of credit information by insurance companies
SB 99 - Mayer - Increases by $250 million the assessed value thresholds for tax rates that may be imposed without voter approval by junior college districts
SB 100 - Mayer - Requires health carriers to provide certain claims and financial data for the previous three years when requested by an employer
SB 101 - Mayer - Modifies numerous penalties for violations of motor vehicle licensing, registration, and equipment laws
SB 102 - Stouffer - Increases the weight limit for certain motor vehicles equipped with idle reduction technology
SB 103 - Stouffer - Modifies various provisions that relate to the registration of motor vehicles
SB 104 - Stouffer - Modifies various provisions relating to regulation of motor vehicles
SB 105 - Graham - Allows license plates to be encased in transparent covers
SB 106 - Graham - Adds voting student members to the governing boards of various public higher education institutions
SB 107 - Wilson - Creates the crime of distribution of a controlled substance near a park
SB 108 - Wilson - Extends medical assistance beyond the age of eighteen for certain foster children
SB 109 - Wilson - Creates a trust fund and commission for youth smoking prevention
SB 110 - Rupp - WITHDRAWN
SB 111 - Rupp - Eliminates the Missouri Advisory Council of Certification for Educators and replaces it with a Commissioner's Advisory Council on Teacher Quality
SB 112 - Rupp - Modifies provisions relating to special education
SB 113 - Shoemyer - Requires health carriers to include certain durable medical equipment providers within their service provider networks
SB 114 - Scott - Creates penalties for individuals who set fires in areas proclaimed to be emergency drought conditions
SB 115 - Scott - Authorizes the Governor to convey state property in Pettis County to the Girl Scouts-Heart of Missouri Council, Inc.
SB 116 - Griesheimer - Alters the benefits afforded retired teachers who are 70 years old and older
SB 117 - Griesheimer - Exempts ski area operators from liability for inherent risks related to skiing
SB 118 - Griesheimer - Requires insurance companies to provide coverage for computerized prosthetic devices
SB 119 - Nodler - Makes English the language of all official proceedings in the state
SB 120 - Nodler - Increases the cap on the Aviation Trust Fund and allows the Aviation Trust Fund to be used for certain federal air traffic control cost-sharing programs
SB 121 - Nodler - Requires the utilization of fiber optic networks by certain public governmental bodies
SB 122 - Bray - Establishes a commission to study the possible implementation of a Missouri universal health assurance program
SB 123 - Bray - Creates statutory warranties for home buyers and homeowners and also prevents home solicitors from engaging in certain deceptive practices
SB 124 - Bray - Creates the "Local Community Rail Security Act of 2007"
SB 125 - Days - Requires state employees to contribute a percentage of income toward their health insurance
SB 126 - Days - Bars sitting senators and representatives from contracting with one another for fundraising and consulting for campaigns
SB 127 - Mayer - Modifies provisions within the Department of Transportation and Highway Patrol Employees' Retirement System
SB 128 - 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 129 - Stouffer - Modifies how local governments can regulate outdoor advertising and modifies provisions relating to sexually oriented billboards
SB 130 - Stouffer - Modifies various provisions relating to the regulation of billboards
SB 131 - Rupp - Renders the Missouri sunset provision not applicable to the early intervention program for infants and toddlers with disabilities (First Steps Program)
SB 132 - Rupp - Allows the state Board of Education to invest in government securities offered at a discount or at less than par value
SB 133 - Rupp - Alters provisions regarding expedited due process hearings
SB 134 - Nodler - WITHDRAWN
SB 135 - Nodler - Allows the Missouri Higher Education Loan Authority to provide primary school loans
SB 136 - Nodler - Eliminates the Missouri Advisory Council of Certification for Educators and replaces it with a Commissioner's Advisory Council on Teacher Quality
SB 137 - Bray - Allows the hiring of a retired teacher to work up to full-time without losing their retirement benefits
SB 138 - Bray - Modifies paperwork requirements in the formation of a new political party
SB 139 - Bray - Eliminates the annual State of the State Transportation Address given by the Director of the Department of Transportation to the General Assembly
SB 140 - Rupp - Provides local boards of education the authority to identify a designee to bind the school district in a settlement agreement reached during the resolution session of a special education due process hearing
SB 141 - Nodler - Removes the reference to sunset of the statute that provides authority for special education of the ages 3 to 21 population
SB 142 - Nodler - Renders the Missouri Sunset Act not applicable with regard to the early intervention program for infants and toddlers with disabilities (First Steps Program)
SB 143 - Nodler - Allows the state Board of Education to invest in government securities offered at a discount or at less than par value
SB 144 - Bray - Creates the crime of negligent storage of a firearm
SB 145 - Bray - Modifies the law relating to the establishment of paternity
SB 146 - Bray - Creates the "Public Employee Due Process Act"
SB 147 - Nodler - Alters provisions regarding expedited due process hearings
SB 148 - Nodler - Provides local boards of education the authority to identify a designee to bind the school district in a settlement agreement reached during the resolution session of a special education due process hearing
SB 149 - Nodler - Alters provisions regarding higher education scholarships
SB 150 - Mayer - Limits investment firm and law firm support in bond elections
SB 151 - Engler - Creates penalties for poaching while trespassing
SB 152 - Engler - Authorizes the Governor to convey state property located in St. Francois County to the city of Park Hills
SB 153 - Engler - Establishes a consistent set of administrative, civil and criminal enforcement tools for all of Missouri's insurance laws and regulations of bail bond agents
SB 154 - Graham - Requires retail suppliers of electrical energy to use specified amounts of renewable energy resources
SB 155 - Engler - Regulates various blasting and excavation activities
SB 156 - Engler - Modifies various provisions pertaining to agriculture and the Department of Agriculture
SB 157 - Engler - Modifies laws pertaining to dam and reservoir safety
SB 158 - Engler - Bars entities from discriminating between licensed professional counselors
SB 159 - Engler - Modifies complaint procedures and record retention requirements for complaints against professional licensed counselors and social workers
SB 160 - Rupp - Alters provisions regarding higher education scholarships
SB 161 - Shields - Modifies provisions relating to education
SB 162 - Vogel - Modifies the definition of "state agency" with regard to income tax set offs
SB 163 - Mayer - Modifies various provisions with regards to the Basic Civil Legal Services Fund
SB 164 - Scott - Modifies various statutes to implement the Governor's executive order that created the Department of Insurance, Financial and Professional Regulation
SB 165 - Scott - Expands the state No-Call List to include automated calls
SB 166 - Griesheimer - Modifies various provisions relating to tourism
SB 167 - Bartle - Creates a methamphetamine offense registry within the Missouri State Highway Patrol
SB 168 - Mayer - Codifies the employment-at-will doctrine
SB 169 - Rupp - Creates a tax credit for qualified equity investments
SB 170 - Engler - Revises the filing fees paid by certain insurance organizations to cover administrative expenses incurred by the Department of Insurance, Financial and Professional Regulation
SB 171 - Nodler - Changes the name of the board overseeing architects, engineers and land surveyors
SB 172 - Ridgeway - Modifies provisions regarding supplemental retirement benefits for Kansas City police officers and civilian employees
SB 173 - Ridgeway - Authorizes peer review committees for providers of certain emergency medical services
SB 174 - Green - Modifies laws on mental health facilities and group homes for the mentally retarded and developmentally disabled
SB 175 - Green - Modifies the prevailing wage law
SB 176 - Green - Modifies the Missouri tax increment financing law
SB 177 - Green - Provides for mandatory minimum punishment for securities fraud crimes against the elderly or disabled
SB 178 - Green - Bars employers from misclassifying employees as independent contractors
SB 179 - Green - Requires any applicant for health care benefits under a public assistance program to identify his or her employer
SB 180 - Green - Amends law relating to the hiring of unqualified employees on public projects
SB 181 - Green - Creates the "Public Service Accountability Act"
SB 182 - Green - Amends requirements for workers' compensation and benefit payments
SB 183 - Green - Modifies various laws relating to ethics
SB 184 - Green - Creates certain registration requirements for fire protection districts, departments, and volunteer associations
SB 185 - Green - Establishes the "Drunk Driving Memorial Sign Program"
SB 186 - Green - Creates an income tax deduction for small businesses and farmers that provide health insurance coverage for employees
SB 187 - Green - Creates an income tax deduction for higher education expenses
SB 188 - Green - Repeals the timely file discount for sales tax remittance
SB 189 - Green - Requires the superintendent of each public school district to ensure that all students, prior to promotion from grade nine to grade ten, attend a tour of a proximate state correctional center
SB 190 - Green - Prohibits commercial inserts or other forms of advertising from accompanying motor vehicle registration notices
SB 191 - Days - Enacts provisions on children's mental health
SB 192 - Crowell - Allows municipalities to use automated traffic control systems to enforce traffic laws under certain conditions
SB 193 - Griesheimer - Creates the "Missouri County Planning Act"
SB 194 - Crowell - Requires that English be the language of all official proceedings in Missouri
SB 195 - Crowell - Modifies the law relating to the licensing of pharmacists
SB 196 - Gross - Enacts provisions relating to the capacity of an unborn child to experience pain during an abortion
SB 197 - Loudon - Modifies law with respect to motor vehicle extended service contracts and enacts similar provisions relating to other types of service contracts
SB 198 - Mayer - Modifies provisions relating to crime in or near parks, cooperative agreements with state parks, certain historic shipwrecks, and certain hunting activities on private land
SB 199 - Stouffer - Exempts contractors from paying sales taxes on materials used in Department of Transportation projects
SB 200 - Stouffer - Authorizes the Highways and Transportation Commission to take the necessary steps to implement and administer a state plan to conform with the Unified Carrier Registration Act of 2005
SB 201 - Stouffer - WITHDRAWN
SB 202 - Stouffer - Creates a tax credit for the use of idle reduction technology
SB 203 - Lager - Adds an additional $500 annual payment to teachers under the Career Ladder Program
SB 204 - Stouffer - Requires all diesel fuel sold at retail in Missouri after April 1, 2009, to be a biodiesel-blended fuel
SB 205 - Stouffer - Assesses fee on certain transporters that ship or transport radioactive waste within the state
SB 206 - Justus - Creates the "Large Carnivore Act" which regulates the possession and care of large carnivores
SB 207 - Gross - Exempts contractors from paying sales taxes on materials used in Department of Transportation projects
SB 208 - Gross - WITHDRAWN
SB 209 - Griesheimer - Modifies provisions of the Municipal Telecommunications Business License Tax Simplification Act
SB 210 - Crowell - Modifies consumer protection law regarding telephone communication
SB 211 - Goodman - Modifies requirements for decreasing county officials' salaries
SB 212 - Goodman - Establishes the "Uniform Real Property Electronic Recording Act"
SB 213 - McKenna - Modifies provisions relating to Jefferson County ordinances
SB 214 - McKenna - Modifies laws affecting limited liability companies, limited partnerships, and nonprofit companies
SB 215 - Loudon - Allows for the formation of captive insurance companies within Missouri under certain conditions
SB 216 - Crowell - Creates the crime of driving with any controlled substance in the body
SB 217 - Crowell - Limits the power of political subdivisions to regulate the open carrying of firearms or discharge of firearms within a jurisdiction unless in conformity with state law
SB 218 - Graham - Provides the county governing body more control when a regional recreational district is located only in that county and changes the requirements for directors of Community Improvement District Boards
SB 219 - Graham - Bars elected officials and members of the General Assembly from working as lobbyists
SB 220 - McKenna - Creates financial incentive programs for the reduction of waste associated with building construction and demolition
SB 221 - Callahan - Establishes a procedure whereby certain territory of the Kansas City School District may be annexed to the Independence School District
SB 222 - Gross - Requires the balance of all state funds to be transferred and credited to the state General Revenue Fund if state revenue does not increase by more than 2 percent
SB 223 - Rupp - Modifies the required time frame in which the Air Conservation Commission must set fees for air pollution emissions
SB 224 - Rupp - Allows married taxpayers filing joint returns to deduct a portion of contributions to the Missouri Higher Education Savings Program from income
SB 225 - Stouffer - Designates 100-year flood plains as "Hunting Heritage Protection Areas" where hunting shall not be prohibited
SB 226 - Stouffer - Modifies various provisions relating to the administration of intoxication-related traffic offenses
SB 227 - Graham - Explicitly grants the Missouri Higher Education Loan authority (MOHELA) the ability to sell or liquidate any asset of the authority
SB 228 - Graham - Explicitly grants the Missouri Higher Education Loan authority (MOHELA) the ability to sell or liquidate any asset of the authority
SB 229 - Coleman - Modifies law relating to voter registration and election offenses
SB 230 - Crowell - Exempts social security benefits from income taxation
SB 231 - Crowell - Modifies local zoning authorities' control over billboards and allows the Highways and Transportation Commission to void billboard permits under certain conditions
SB 232 - Crowell - Designates a portion of Missouri Route 74/34 within Cape Girardeau County as the "John Oliver Jr. Parkway" and a portion of U.S. Highway 60 contained in Stoddard County as the "Sergeant Carl Dewayne Graham Jr. Memorial Highway"
SB 233 - Crowell - Authorizes a sales tax to fund certain services
SB 234 - Crowell - Modifies provisions relating to juvenile courts and officers
SB 235 - Shields - Modifies certain provisions relating to the Missouri State Water Patrol
SB 236 - Shields - Requires the Department of Elementary and Secondary Education to develop standards for high-quality mentoring for beginning teachers and principals
SB 237 - Shields - Allows Kansas City to establish an administrative adjudication system for adjudicating certain municipal code violations
SB 238 - Stouffer - Requires removable windshield placards to be renewed every four years rather than two years
SB 239 - Stouffer - Modifies various provisions relating to transportation and the regulation of motor vehicles
SB 240 - Stouffer - Modifies numerous provisions relating to transportation and motor vehicles
SB 241 - Stouffer - Allows the Department of Revenue to implement the requirements of the Federal Real ID Act
SB 242 - Nodler - Amends various provisions of the Tobacco Master Settlement Agreement
SB 243 - Mayer - Increases the compulsory school attendance age for all children in Missouri to seventeen years of age
SB 244 - Mayer - Extends the termination date for certain alternative retirement provisions in the teacher and school employee retirement systems
SB 245 - Goodman - Authorizes nonprofit sewer companies to provide domestic water services in certain areas
SB 246 - Goodman - Modifies provisions regarding the termination of alimony and maintenance payments
SB 247 - Bray - Revises membership qualifications for members of the regional taxicab commissions
SB 248 - Days - Establishes a long-term care insurance public-private partnership program
SB 249 - Gross - Reinstates federal standards for overtime wages for public employees
SB 250 - Ridgeway - Modifies certain provisions relating to the Water Patrol
SB 251 - Ridgeway - Prohibits certain political telephone calls
SB 252 - Ridgeway - Exempts motorcyclists age 21 and older from wearing a helmet when operating a motorcycle or motortricycle
SB 253 - Ridgeway - Exempts real and personal property of veterans' organizations from taxation
SB 254 - Nodler - Creates the "Missouri Legacy Fund" to provide college financial assistance
SB 255 - Loudon - Reinstates federal standards for overtime wages
SB 256 - Loudon - Modifies provisions relating to the investigation of Internet sex crimes against children
SB 257 - Engler - Modifies the treatment of firearms during state emergencies
SB 258 - Engler - Requires the selection of an execution team and creates legal protections for the team members
SB 259 - Engler - Allows real estate agents to contribute to a buyer or seller's account to fund education
SB 260 - Koster - Modifies provisions on child care subsidies
SB 261 - Koster - Modifies provisions limiting what qualifies as a previous prison commitment
SB 262 - Green - Requires cable television companies to automatically issue prorated credits to subscribers for service disruption
SB 263 - Green - Modifies out-of-state committee reporting requirements
SB 264 - Green - Alters the process for annexing property to a street light maintenance district
SB 265 - Green - Prohibits imposition of penalties and interest on certain property tax payments
SB 266 - Bray - Prohibits discrimination based upon a person's sexual orientation
SB 267 - Bray - Allows small employers to obtain medical coverage through the Missouri Consolidated Health Care Plan
SB 268 - Coleman - Modifies provisions regarding benefits and actuarial valuations required for the St. Louis City Police Retirement System
SB 269 - Scott - Reorganizes State Emergency Management Agency within the Department of Public Safety
SB 270 - Scott - Modifies provisions relating to the Peace Officer Standards and Training Commission
SB 271 - Scott - Amends requirements for filing financial interest statements
SB 272 - Scott - Modifies various provisions relating to professional licensing
SB 273 - Shields - Modifies various provisions relating to the State Legal Expense Fund
SB 274 - Shields - Creates the "Healthcare Technology Fund"
SB 275 - Ridgeway - Modifies provisions relating to the Missouri Women's Council
SB 276 - Koster - Modifies the maximum number of members on the Clean Water Commission who may belong to the same political party
SB 277 - Koster - Restricts worker's compensation payments for dependents
SB 278 - Koster - Requires certain sex offenders to serve a mandatory minimum prison term of at least three years
SB 279 - Griesheimer - Reinstates federal standards for overtime wages for firefighters, police and EMTs
SB 280 - Griesheimer - Establishes enforcement standards for red light violations detected by automated photo red light enforcement systems
SB 281 - Griesheimer - Establishes inactive license status and continuing education requirements for landscape architects
SB 282 - Griesheimer - Modifies provisions of certain Department of Economic Development Programs
SB 283 - Griesheimer - Modifies provisions of the Enhanced Enterprise Zone Tax Benefit Program
SB 284 - Griesheimer - Authorizes statewide video service franchise agreements
SB 285 - Crowell - Protects the conscience rights of pharmaceutical professionals
SB 286 - Crowell - Exempts military pensions and retirement income from income taxation
SB 287 - Crowell - Modifies several provisions relating to the distribution of proceeds in the Gaming Commission Fund
SB 288 - Engler - Authorizes the Governor to convey certain state properties
SB 289 - Engler - Amends the law relating to the practice of professional counselors
SB 290 - Engler - Authorizes minimum amounts of compensation for certain corrections personnel
SB 291 - Mayer - Requires licensure for wholesale distributors of prescription drugs
SB 292 - Mayer - Revises the Interstate Compact for Juveniles
SB 293 - Vogel - Transfers administration of the Deferred Compensation Fund to the Board of Trustees for Missouri State Employees' Retirement System
SB 294 - Vogel - Allows the Director of Revenue to require certain tax returns be filed electronically
SB 295 - Vogel - Extends the sunset clause on the Mandatory Insurance Database Program from June 30, 2007, to June 30, 2012
SB 296 - Loudon - Authorizes the Joint Committee on Wagering and Gaming to solicit bids for university study of pathological gambling in Missouri
SB 297 - Loudon - Prohibits persons from selling vehicle protection products in Missouri unless certain conditions are met
SB 298 - Engler - Modifies the election process of hospital district directors in Iron County
SB 299 - Purgason - Modifies various provisions relating to liquor control
SB 300 - Bartle - Modifies the laws regulating sexually oriented businesses
SB 301 - Bartle - Creates a tax credit for family friendly work programs
SB 302 - Loudon - Modifies provisions relating to commercial real estate liens and mechanic liens
SB 303 - Loudon - Changes the laws regarding midwives and the practice of midwifery
SB 304 - Loudon - Creates the "Interstate Insurance Product Regulation Compact"
SB 305 - Kennedy - Creates the "Medical Imaging and Radiation Therapy Act"
SB 306 - Crowell - Requires the Office of Administration to provide senators and representatives with access to the dome of the state capitol
SB 307 - Crowell - Provides that certain persons may not be required to disclose news sources or information
SB 308 - Crowell - Modifies licensing standards and practice of certain professionals
SB 309 - Stouffer - Modifies various provisions relating to the realm of surplus lines insurance
SB 310 - Stouffer - Submits to the voters a one-cent sales tax proposal to assist in the reconstruction, rebuilding, construction, and conversion of Interstate 70 and Interstate 44 into an eight-lane interstate system
SB 311 - Scott - Modifies several provisions of law relating to transportation development districts
SB 312 - Scott - Creates the Fleet Management Fund and modifies laws concerning the Office of Administration
SB 313 - Scott - Modifies various provisions relating to regulation of manufactured homes by the Public Service Commission
SB 314 - Clemens - Licenses clinical laboratory science personnel
SB 315 - Clemens - Modifies provisions pertaining to cleanup of hazardous waste spills, liability for crop damage, and the voluntary permitting of certain agricultural operations
SB 316 - Clemens - Exempts owners of anhydrous ammonia from certain cleanup costs when caused by illegal tampering
SB 317 - Clemens - Requires individuals to pay restitution to the state for illegally obtained antlered deer intended to be sold
SB 318 - Clemens - Authorizes an income tax credit for employer-provided tuition reimbursement programs
SB 319 - Clemens - Modifies the income tax exemption for certain annuity, pension, and retirement incomes
SB 320 - Clemens - Creates the "Large Animal Veterinary Student Loan Program" and modifies the Large Animal Veterinary Medicine Loan Repayment Program
SB 321 - Engler - Exempts corrections officers from jury service
SB 322 - Engler - Modifies various provisions relating to construction-related activities such as changing the requirements for designing and constructing state buildings and expanding commercial zones in certain areas of the state
SB 323 - Graham - Modifies provisions relating to the Community Children's Services Fund and the foster parent's bill of rights
SB 324 - Loudon - Modifies provisions of the special needs adoption tax credit program
SB 325 - Loudon - Modifies various insurance law provisions
SB 326 - Loudon - Establishes the Uninsured Motorist Stipulation of Benefits Act of 2007 which limits the recovery for non-economic damages by uninsured motorists
SB 327 - Loudon - Establishes procedure for insurers intervening in civil actions to determine coverage issues
SB 328 - Engler - Modifies various provisions relating to certain renewable fuel incentives and solid waste laws
SB 329 - Engler - Modifies and extends the expiration date for surface mining permit fees
SB 330 - Engler - Requires each county to have at least one full-time deputy circuit clerk
SB 331 - Stouffer - Eliminates the annual State of the State Transportation Address given by the Director of the Department of Transportation to the General Assembly
SB 332 - Stouffer - Transfers the administration of the Crime Victims' Compensation Fund from the Department of Labor and Industrial Relations to the Department of Public Safety
SB 333 - Stouffer - Modifies provisions relating to the Department of Health and Senior Services
SB 334 - Griesheimer - Modifies the provisions relating to brand extensions for beer products
SB 335 - Griesheimer - Revises various laws regarding the registration, licensure and sale of motor vehicles
SB 336 - Bray - Requires equal pay for the same work regardless of gender and establishes a commission to study wage disparities
SB 337 - Bray - Requires any business that sells firearms or ammunition to use video surveillance cameras
SB 338 - Mayer - Provides that no attorney shall be prohibited from providing uncompensated legal services for needy persons
SB 339 - Mayer - Creates the "Fairness in Public Construction Act"
SB 340 - Goodman - Prohibits insurers from taking adverse actions based upon a person's credit report or credit insurance score
SB 341 - Goodman - Prohibits vessels from displaying spotlights that hinder the night vision of other vessel operators, requires vessels to be operated at slow no-wake speed within 100 feet of emergency vessels and defines the term "skiing" for purposes of watercraft law
SB 342 - Kennedy - Allows certain St. Louis police officers to receive additional compensation for overtime
SB 343 - Justus - Adds a definition for "unknown father" as it relates to adoption, guardianship and termination of parental rights proceedings
SB 344 - Justus - Increases the fee collected by each recorder to be deposited in to the Missouri Housing Trust Fund from $3 to $10
SB 345 - Shoemyer - Allows counties to impose a property tax to fund cemetery maintenance
SB 346 - Shoemyer - Amends the law relating to physician assistants
SB 347 - Shoemyer - Defines "utility vehicle" for purposes of motor vehicle law and enacts various provisions regulating their use
SB 348 - Koster - Enacts various provisions affecting illegal aliens
SB 349 - Clemens - Expands the area in which local log trucks and local log truck tractors can operate
SB 350 - Clemens - Modifies the definition of "motor vehicle" contained in the Motor Vehicle Franchise Practices Act to include certain types of engines, transmissions, and rear axles
SB 351 - Clemens - Requires small game hunters to wear certain orange safety clothing during firearms deer season
SB 352 - Clemens - Adds vehicles driven by conservation agents to the list of vehicles considered "emergency vehicles"
SB 353 - Engler - Allows hogged wood and chipped wood to qualify for wood energy tax credit
SB 354 - Bray - Eliminates the death penalty
SB 355 - Vogel - Modifies requirements for state and local occupation licenses
SB 356 - Gross - Modifies provisions of the transient guest tax for county convention and sports facilities
SB 357 - Green - Creates the "Marie Van Dillen Act" relating to emergency services
SB 358 - Engler - Modifies several provisions of law relating to the regulation of motor vehicles
SB 359 - Goodman - Modifies provisions relating to adult abuse orders of protection
SB 360 - Goodman - Removes the requirement that city managers of third-class cities must be city residents
SB 361 - Goodman - Provides an income tax credit for volunteer firefighters
SB 362 - Shoemyer - Modifies provisions regarding the Missouri Higher Education Loan Authority and funding of higher education
SB 363 - Bartle - Limits certain types of vessels from being operated within 300 feet of docks and piers and allows the Commissioner of the Water Patrol to establish an equitable pay plan
SB 364 - Koster - Prohibits counties from enacting public health ordinances addressing farming activities and exempts farms and farming activities from suits of trespass in certain circumstances
SB 365 - Koster - Allows cities to impose a property tax to fund the construction, operation and maintenance of a community health center
SB 366 - Koster - Creates an "Address Confidentiality Program" in the Secretary of State's Office for victims of certain crimes
SB 367 - Bray - Creates new penalties for signing false names on petitions
SB 368 - Barnitz - Modifies requirements for corporate filings
SB 369 - Scott - Modifies requirements for certain law enforcement personnel
SB 370 - Scott - Modifies provisions relating to abortion
SB 371 - Scott - Exempts self-propelled sprayers, floaters, and other forms of implements of husbandry that are used for spraying chemicals or spreading fertilizer from complying with titling, registration and license plate display laws
SB 372 - Justus - Creates an "Address Confidentiality Program" in the Secretary of State's Office for victims of certain crimes
SB 373 - Rupp - Establishes a surcharge on criminal cases to fund a defined contribution system for certain law enforcement employees
SB 374 - Rupp - Allows health maintenance organizations to issue high deductible health plans combined with health savings accounts and taxes such policies at a rate of 2 percent for the purpose of funding the First Steps Program
SB 375 - Koster - Establishes the "Missouri Alternatives to Abortion Services Program" and the "Missouri Alternatives to Abortion Public Awareness Program"
SB 376 - Griesheimer - Modifies provisions relating to the financial impact of tourism
SB 377 - McKenna - Increases driver's license suspension periods for motorists who fail to stop for school buses that are loading or unloading children
SB 378 - Goodman - Prohibits certain persons, including dangerous felons, from possessing an explosive weapon
SB 379 - Loudon - Requires the Missouri Consolidated Health Care Board to offer all qualified employees the option of receiving health care coverage through a high deductible health plan and the establishment of a health savings account
SB 380 - Koster - Provides for immunity from liability for certain health care professionals deployed during a state of emergency
SB 381 - Koster - Establishes regulations for discount medical plan organizations that issue health discount medical plans
SB 382 - Koster - Increases the maximum amount that may be appropriated to the Governmental Emergency Fund
SB 383 - Koster - Modifies provisions regarding creditable prior service within the prosecuting attorneys and circuit attorneys' retirement system
SB 384 - Coleman - Modifies procedure for replacing stolen license plate tabs and allows license plates to be encased in transparent covers
SB 385 - Gibbons - Repeals and reduces certain committees and commissions and sets a sunset date for other committees and commissions
SB 386 - Mayer - Regulates various blasting and excavation activities
SB 387 - Mayer - Creates the "Missouri Rice Certification Act"
SB 388 - Mayer - Creates the "Missouri Environmental Covenants Law"
SB 389 - Nodler - Modifies several provisions regarding the state's higher education system
SB 390 - Koster - Creates the "Electrical Corporation Responsibility Act"
SB 391 - Days - Authorizes the issuance of an additional $40 million in bonds for certain water-related grants and loans
SB 392 - Shoemyer - Requires state employee salaries to be annually adjusted by the Consumer Price Index
SB 393 - McKenna - Establishes a consolidation process for fire protection districts located wholly in a county of the first classification
SB 394 - McKenna - Establishes the "Missouri Urban Pursuit Reduction Grant" to provide certain monetary assistance to urban police departments
SB 395 - McKenna - Designates a portion of State Route M between Old Lemay Ferry Road and Moss Hollow Road in the city of Barnhart as the "Officer Stephen Strehl Memorial Highway"
SB 396 - McKenna - Designates a portion of U.S. Highway 61/67 between Wolf Hollow Road and State Route M in the city of Barnhart as the "1922 Sulphur Springs Rail Disaster Memorial Highway"
SB 397 - Stouffer - Modifies provisions relating to applications for long-term care facilities
SB 398 - Crowell - Makes a technical correction in the Missouri Uniform Trust Code
SB 399 - Crowell - Modifies the liability protections for school employees and volunteers
SB 400 - Crowell - Modifies provisions of the Film Production Tax Credit Program
SB 401 - Crowell - Modifies provisions relating to purchases of creditable prior service by members of Missouri State Employees' Retirement System and MoDOT and Patrol Employees’ Retirement System
SB 402 - Crowell - Modifies provisions regarding retirement plan election options within Missouri State Employees' Retirement System
SB 403 - Crowell - Modifies provisions relating to orders for division of benefits under Missouri State Employees' Retirement System
SB 404 - Crowell - Modifies provisions relating to the reemployment of retired members of Missouri State Employees' Retirement System
SB 405 - Crowell - WITHDRAWN
SB 406 - Crowell - Modifies multiple provisions regarding several employee benefit plans
SB 407 - Shoemyer - Allows public water supply districts to enter into contracts with other water districts and municipalities to supply water
SB 408 - Bray - Imposes campaign contribution limits for individuals and committees in support of candidates running for public office
SB 409 - Nodler - Requires candidates to file an intent to run for office
SB 410 - Nodler - Requires a minimum number of ballots be provided in a tangible form by the election authority
SB 411 - Clemens - Prohibits certain restrictions in motor fuel franchise contracts for certain alternative motor fuels
SB 412 - Griesheimer - Allows liquor samples for tastings at retailed licensed premises
SB 413 - Goodman - Requires septage pumpers to register with the Department of Natural Resources
SB 414 - Goodman - Changes the definition of "adult" to a person 18 years of age or older and "child" to a person under 18 years of age in chapter pertaining to juvenile courts
SB 415 - Goodman - Expands the crime of tampering with a judicial officer to prohibit certain acts against prosecutors
SB 416 - Goodman - Modifies the law with regard to lands held by certain utilities and Public Service Commission approval of certain territorial agreements for water and electric service areas
SB 417 - Goodman - Creates the "Farm Mentoring and Education Fund"
SB 418 - Champion - Increases the monthly personal needs payment under the Supplemental Nursing Care Program
SB 419 - Kennedy - Modifies various provisions relating to natural resources
SB 420 - Gibbons - Provides that no more than four, rather than three, members of the Clean Water Commission may be from the same political party
SB 421 - Coleman - Exempts motor fuel used for school buses from the motor fuel tax
SB 422 - Coleman - Creates an income tax check-off for contributions to the After-School Retreat Reading and Assessment Grant Program
SB 423 - Green - Requires the Public Service Commission to develop and enforce certain standards for electric utility service
SB 424 - Green - Bars employers from misclassifying employees as independent contractors
SB 425 - Rupp - Creates licensing standards for naturopathic physicians
SB 426 - Justus - Allows the Supreme Court to direct the Judicial Finance Commission to consolidate its annual report with certain other reports
SB 427 - Goodman - Allows sheriffs and jailers to refuse receiving a prisoner under certain circumstances unless the prisoner has been examined by a physician
SB 428 - Purgason - Modifies various provisions relating to agriculture
SB 429 - Gibbons - Modifies various provisions relating to crime
SB 430 - Shields - Creates the "Smart Start Scholarship Program"
SB 431 - Clemens - Bars sex offenders from winning the lottery
SB 432 - Nodler - Modifies provisions on the presentation of information in public schools relating to contraception and sexually transmitted diseases
SB 433 - Callahan - Changes laws relating to unemployment compensation for veterans
SB 434 - Rupp - Adds a circuit judge position within the Forty-Fifth Judicial Circuit
SB 435 - Rupp - Requires captioning of electronic video instructional material
SB 436 - Rupp - Modifies provisions relating to the First Steps Program
SB 437 - Ridgeway - Modifies fee disclosure requirements for rental cars
SB 438 - Ridgeway - Gives the boards of election commissioners the discretion to waive residency requirements for their employees
SB 439 - Days - Creates a commission to study the death penalty in Missouri and prohibits use of the death penalty for a time period
SB 440 - Days - Changes the "Missouri Minority Business Advocacy Committee" to the "Missouri Minority and Women Business Advocacy Committee"
SB 441 - Stouffer - Expands the definition of "eligible donation" for the Residential Treatment Agency Tax Credit Program
SB 442 - Stouffer - Amends the requirements for management, design and construction of state buildings
SB 443 - Smith - Creates the "Teach for Missouri Act"
SB 444 - Goodman - Directs the Missouri Agricultural and Small Business Development Authority to pay certain loan interests and administer dairy business planning grants
SB 445 - Goodman - Exempts church bus drivers who transport children from the child passenger restraint system requirements of Section 307.179
SB 446 - Goodman - Modifies provisions relating to fire safety standards in long-term care facilities
SB 447 - Goodman - Repeals superannuated provision of law from the Missouri Revised Statutes pertaining to the Housing Development Fund
SB 448 - Coleman - Establishes recall elections for school board members
SB 449 - Callahan - Increases the income tax exemption for retirement and pension incomes
SB 450 - Callahan - Modifies income taxation of married couples with taxable incomes of less than $100,000
SB 451 - Goodman - Authorizes the Department of Agriculture to regulate automotive lubricants
SB 452 - Bartle - Ensures media access near the playing area at certain sports stadiums
SB 453 - Scott - Creates the "Missouri Propane Safety Act"
SB 454 - Nodler - Modifies the definition of "eligible job enhancement business" for the purposes of linked deposit loans
SB 455 - Gross - Requires the balance of all state funds in excess of 200 percent be transferred to the state General Revenue Fund every two years
SB 456 - Gross - Grants additional payment to school districts in certain situations
SB 457 - Purgason - Modifies provisions relating to the transfer of concealable weapons and removes the permitting requirements for such weapons
SB 458 - Gibbons - Modifies provisions concerning the sale of motor fuel
SB 459 - Shoemyer - Relating to bail bond agents
SB 460 - Callahan - Requires the Governor to submit contract information as part of the budget
SB 461 - Callahan - Provides for state enforcement of federal immigration laws
SB 462 - Callahan - Limits the sale of noncompliant cigarettes
SB 463 - Callahan - Establishes the "Small Business Health Fairness Act of 2007"
SB 464 - Callahan - Requires all new signs erected after August 28, 2007, relating to disabled parking to contain the words "Accessible Parking" instead of "Handicap Parking"
SB 465 - Callahan - Authorizes individuals to sue for Medicaid fraud and modifies various provisions relating to the reporting and investigating of such fraud
SB 466 - Scott - Allows lenders to charge for motor vehicle extended service contracts and home and auto security plans
SB 467 - Goodman - Prohibits health care professionals from billing for anatomic pathology services not personally rendered
SB 468 - Coleman - Eliminates mandatory minimum sentencing for certain felons
SB 469 - Justus - Authorizes the Governor to convey certain state property located in Jackson County to the city of Kansas City
SB 470 - Graham - Creates a tax credit for contributions to organizations for the preservation of Missouri's civil war sites
SB 471 - Clemens - Directs the Missouri Agricultural and Small Business Development Authority to pay certain interest on applicable linked deposit loans
SB 472 - Clemens - Creates a tax credit for qualifying sales of beef animals
SB 473 - Clemens - Modifies the definition of livestock for which it is a crime to steal and modifies the penalties for such offenders
SB 474 - Callahan - Allows fuel retailers to mix certain types of fuels without penalty
SB 475 - Crowell - Adds several provisions relating to expert witness testimony in judicial proceedings
SB 476 - Crowell - Authorizes the Board of Trustees of Missouri State Employees' Retirement System to invest certain state funds in order to fund retiree health care benefits and to assist with other state benefit programs as requested
SB 477 - Days - Modifies certain requirements for peace officers established by the Peace Officer Standards and Training Commission
SB 478 - Gross - Limits amount of expenditures of revenue from gaming boat admission fees
SB 479 - Ridgeway - Repeals the motor vehicle safety inspection program, except for school buses, beginning January 1, 2008
SB 480 - Ridgeway - Requires the Department of Elementary and Secondary Education to develop mentoring standards for beginning teachers and principals and creates an alternative mechanism for teacher certification
SB 481 - Ridgeway - Modifies provisions regarding the rendering of final decisions and hearing of appeals by certain administrative commissions
SB 482 - Gibbons - Expands the definition of marital and family therapy to include the diagnosis of behavior and intrapersonal or interpersonal dysfunctions
SB 483 - Rupp - Establishes the "Market Conduct Surveillance Act"
SB 484 - Stouffer - Revises procedure for conducting commercial motor vehicle roadside inspections and requires certain vehicle owners to verify registration with motor carrier services in order to obtain or renew license plates
SB 485 - Coleman - Prohibits the advertising or conducting of live musical performances under certain deceptive circumstances
SB 486 - Coleman - Allows the city of St. Louis to control its police force without state intervention by passing an ordinance
SB 487 - Stouffer - Changes the number of voters who must sign a petition for the county to order an election to disincorporate a town or village
SB 488 - Clemens - Changes the names of a division, an advisory commission, and several funds within the Department of Agriculture
SB 489 - Clemens - Modifies the maximum amount of certain agricultural tax credits that may be issued each fiscal year
SB 490 - Mayer - Modifies provisions relating to citizens most at risk for exploitation
SB 491 - Ridgeway - Provides certain requirements before the state or any of its entities may enter into settlement or consent agreements
SB 492 - Crowell - Modifies several provisions regarding public employee retirement plans
SB 493 - Koster - Enacts the "Uniform Interstate Family Support Act"
SB 494 - Koster - Enacts the "Uniform Premarital Agreement Act"
SB 495 - Koster - Enacts the "Uniform Child Custody Jurisdiction and Enforcement Act"
SB 496 - Koster - Revises the Uniform Anatomical Gift Act
SB 497 - Scott - Modifies provisions relating to county officials
SB 498 - Scott - Modifies reciprocity requirements for professional counselor licenses
SB 499 - Engler - Allows fuel ethanol produced from qualified biomass to be eligible for certain fuel ethanol production subsidies
SB 500 - Koster - Provides additional workers' compensation benefits for public safety workers killed in the line of duty
SB 501 - Koster - Provides a motor fuel tax exemption for certain organizations that operate public mass transportation authorities
SB 502 - Koster - Authorizes the Governor to convey an easement over property in Johnson County to the city of Warrensburg
SB 503 - Clemens - Modifies reporting and eligibility requirements for certain agricultural tax credits
SB 504 - Koster - Creates the "Sustainable Agriculture and Local Foods Initiative"
SB 505 - Koster - Provides that operating a motorcycle, in and of itself, shall not be considered evidence of comparative negligence and prohibits claims adjusters from assigning fault to a party simply because the party was operating a motorcycle in an otherwise legal manner
SB 506 - Smith - Grants the Commissioner greater latitude in sanctioning those in violation of Missouri securities law
SB 507 - Green - Allows consumers to request that a security freeze be placed on the issuance of their credit reports by credit reporting agencies
SB 508 - Green - Prohibits the Missouri Gaming Commission or employees thereof from operating or being employed by excursion gambling boats located in this state
SB 509 - Scott - Modifies the reciprocity requirements for marital and family counselors
SB 510 - Scott - Requires endowed care cemeteries to supply a trust fund report as a prerequisite for license renewal
SB 511 - Scott - Gives advanced practice registered nurses prescriptive authority for scheduled drugs
SB 512 - Bray - Subjects 383 malpractice associations to stricter insurance regulations
SB 513 - Clemens - Allows nurses working in any area of need to qualify for the Professional and Practical Nursing Student Loan Program
SB 514 - Justus - Requires immunizations for the human papilloma virus
SB 515 - Justus - Creates requirements for educational needs of children placed in residential care facilities
SB 516 - Goodman - Modifies several provisions of law relating to judicial procedures and personnel
SB 517 - Rupp - Adds certain cancers to the list of diseases which are used to compute firefighters' retirement benefits
SB 518 - Mayer - Establishes the "Missouri Catastrophe Fund" to help protect property and casualty insurers against insolvencies caused by certain natural disasters
SB 519 - Shoemyer - Specifies the power of joint municipal utility commissions to tax
SB 520 - Engler - Modifies requirements for labor posters
SB 521 - Lager - Removes weight limitation on certain farm use vehicles so that any commercial motor vehicle operated in intrastate commerce bearing a class F plate will be exempt from specified commercial motor vehicle laws
SB 522 - Green - Requires the Department of Elementary and Secondary Education to recalculate the state school aid for the Riverview Gardens School District to correct an error
SB 523 - Scott - Modifies laws relating to the Board of Pharmacy
SB 524 - Scott - Modifies the licensing of tattoo artists, branders, and body piercers
SB 525 - Scott - Modifies funeral director and embalmer licenses
SB 526 - Scott - Modifies licensing standards for real estate appraisers
SB 527 - Scott - Modifies laws relating to the power of the Office of Athletics to regulate boxing, sparring, wrestling, kickboxing and full-contact karate contests
SB 528 - Scott - Amends the requirements for state purchasing
SB 529 - Bray - Allows certain homicide offenders to be eligible for early parole under certain circumstances
SB 530 - Gibbons - Modifies provisions relating to the Alzheimer's Demonstration Project
SB 531 - Gibbons - Modifies provisions relating to the administrative duties of the Missouri State Highway Patrol
SB 532 - Loudon - Modifies Missouri human rights law
SB 533 - Loudon - Measures limits for tort liability for public entities at the time of the occurrence giving rise to the claim
SB 534 - Nodler - Modifies the law relating to concentrated animal feeding operations (CAFOs) and the penalties for offenses perpetrated by these operations
SB 535 - Goodman - Removes first and second degrees of criminal disposition of demolition or solid waste and increases certain penalties for violations of solid waste laws
SB 536 - Lager - Authorizes the Public Service Commission to assess a penalty up to $25,000 for violating any order relating to federal natural gas safety standards
SB 537 - Lager - Amends the law relating to physician assistants
SB 538 - Shoemyer - Prohibits the state of Missouri from participating in the National Animal Identification System (NAIS) or any similar program
SB 539 - Justus - Modifies requirements for anti-bullying policies of local school districts
SB 540 - Kennedy - Allows the Mehlville School District to impose up to a one percent sales tax to provide revenue for the operation of the school district
SB 541 - Graham - Creates the "Missouri's Civil War Trail Fund"
SB 542 - Scott - Modifies laws relating to the licensing of optometrists
SB 543 - Stouffer - Modifies various provisions relating to license plates and exempts certain motor vehicles from state safety inspection
SB 544 - Shoemyer - 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 545 - Lager - Provides for immunity from liability for certain product retailers
SB 546 - Bray - Enacts the Prevention First Act
SB 547 - Griesheimer - Creates an exception to the intermediate driver's license passenger restriction for students
SB 548 - Justus - Creates the "Missouri Earned Income Tax Credit"
SB 549 - Scott - Adds emergency personnel killed while performing their duties to the list of individuals who are exempt from the formalized highway naming process
SB 550 - Scott - Modifies and updates various superannuated statutes relating to the Missouri Highway Patrol
SB 551 - Coleman - Repeals the statute authorizing the creation of the transitional school district in the city of St. Louis
SB 552 - Bartle - Prohibits the Public Service Commission and political subdivisions from regulating voice over internet protocol (VOIP) service
SB 553 - Bartle - Modifies provisions relating to the DNA profiling system
SB 554 - Gibbons - Modifies provisions relating to the taxation of real property
SB 555 - Gibbons - Prohibits the use or possession of alcoholic beverage vaporizers and modifies provisions relating to underage drinking
SB 556 - Loudon - Establishes the "Missouri Health Insurance Exchange", the "Direct Payment Stop Loss Fund", and creates administrative procedure to collect unpaid medical claims
SB 557 - Loudon - Modifies provisions relating to the DNA profiling system
SB 558 - Loudon - Increases the penalty for stealing a debit card from a class A misdemeanor to a class C felony
SB 559 - Shields - Allows levee districts to have ten years after the lapse of the corporate charter in which to reinstate and extend the time of the corporate existence
SB 560 - Shields - Criminalizes residential mortgage fraud
SB 561 - Engler - Alters provisions regarding teacher termination hearings
SB 562 - Rupp - Removes requirement that counties receive prior permission from a municipality in order to implement tax increment finance projects within such municipality
SB 563 - Lager - Allows electric utilities to manage vegetation within specified areas to ensure reliable service
SB 564 - Smith - Modifies which entities may sponsor a charter school
SB 565 - Smith - Adopts an agreement to elect the President by national popular vote
SB 566 - Kennedy - Requires publishers of instructional materials to provide electronic copies of such materials for specialized uses
SB 567 - Coleman - Modifies the Cold Weather Rule by extending the forecast period during which service may not be disconnected if the temperature is predicted to fall below 32 degrees
SB 568 - Loudon - Creates licensure requirements for electrical contractors
SB 569 - Graham - Bars lobbying firms from employing elected officials
SB 570 - Clemens - Creates the Joint Committee on Concentrated Animal Feeding Operations (CAFOs)
SB 571 - Mayer - Modifies criteria for calculating the biodiesel production monthly incentive payment
SB 572 - Vogel - Allows the curators of the University of Missouri to close certain financial records relating to donor or potential donors
SB 573 - Green - Provides that at least 5 percent of the total investments of Missouri State Employees' Retirement System, Public School Retirement System and Public Education Employee Retirement System shall be invested in Missouri-based companies
SB 574 - Green - Modifies the continuing educational training requirements for 911 telecommunicators
SB 575 - Justus - Requires rape victims to be informed of their right to request a drug test for the presence of a date rape drug
SB 576 - Bray - Implements the provisions of the streamlined sales and use tax agreement
SB 577 - Shields - Enacts the "Missouri Health Improvement Act of 2007"
SB 578 - Stouffer - Requires hospitals to report adverse health events
SB 579 - Stouffer - Modifies provisions relating to certificate of need
SB 580 - Stouffer - Requires motorists who have had their driver's licenses suspended or revoked to display restricted license plates
SB 581 - Shoemyer - Modifies provisions relating to the state medical assistance program
SB 582 - Shoemyer - Modifies provisions of law relating to sales tax
SB 583 - McKenna - Creates an income tax credit for contributions made to provide military personnel with armored protection
SB 584 - Griesheimer - Modifies the licensing requirements for social workers
SB 585 - Crowell - Exempts certain products consumed in the manufacturing process from state and local sales and use tax
SB 586 - Crowell - Allows hunting and fishing permit applicants to receive a voter registration application form as part of the application for such permits
SB 587 - Bray - Entitles employees to take unpaid leave from work on the day of an election to serve in the election
SB 588 - Bray - Restricts firearm possession for individuals involved in domestic violence
SB 589 - Bray - Adopts the "Uniform Planned Community Act"
SB 590 - Gibbons - Phases out the corporate franchise tax
SB 591 - Scott - Modifies laws relating to credit union membership expansion
SB 592 - Scott - Modifies ethics filings
SB 593 - Scott - Modifies ethics complaint requirements
SB 594 - Scott - Modifies law relating to ethics
SB 595 - Scott - Modifies equivalency requirements for accountants
SB 596 - Scott - Modifies voter identification requirements
SB 597 - Scott - Allows debt adjusters to administer debt management plans
SB 598 - Engler - Modifies requirements pertaining to petition circulators
SB 599 - Engler - Creates a military medal of freedom for certain veterans who served in a Middle East war or conflict after 1990
SB 600 - Ridgeway - Authorizes the Department of Natural Resources to issue cease and desist orders for violations of environmental laws
SB 601 - Ridgeway - Requires the Department of Natural Resources to identify underground storage tanks that are ineligible to receive petroleum and prohibits the deposit of petroleum into such tanks
SB 602 - Kennedy - Creates a sales and use tax exemption for purchases of aviation fuel for transoceanic flights
SB 603 - Days - Revises provisions relating to child support enforcement
SB 604 - Coleman - Modifies provisions relating to services provided during natural disaster and terrorist attacks
SB 605 - Coleman - Modifies the "coupling provision" of Section 94.660, which currently requires both the city of St. Louis and St. Louis County to approve a transportation sales tax before a transportation sales tax can go into effect in either jurisdiction
SB 606 - Loudon - Restricts worker's compensation payments for dependents
SB 607 - Smith - Creates a collective bargaining process for public employees
SB 608 - Smith - Creates an earned income tax credit
SB 609 - Callahan - Exempts social security benefits from income taxation
SB 610 - Callahan - Exempts purchases made by sports authorities from state and local sales and use tax
SB 611 - Goodman - Modifies provisions relating to the public defender system
SB 612 - Goodman - Modifies provisions on confidential medical test results
SRB 613 - Goodman - Repeals certain laws that have expired, sunset, terminated, or are ineffective
SB 614 - Stouffer - Establishes an affirmative defense for motorcyclists who proceed through a malfunctioning red light and allows motorcycles to be equipped with headlamp modulators that meet federal standards
SB 615 - Callahan - Modifies provisions of the Homestead Preservation Exemption Tax Credit Program
SB 616 - McKenna - Modifies provisions relating to liquor control
SB 617 - Rupp - Prohibits the Department of Elementary and Secondary Education from promulgating rules as to certain services under Part B of Individuals with Disabilities Education Improvement Act
SB 618 - Rupp - Establishes the "Milton Friedman 'Put Parents in Charge' Education Program"
SB 619 - Rupp - Allows political corporations to enter into certain financial agreements
SB 620 - Rupp - Provides a dependency exemption for stillbirths
SB 621 - Engler - Changes the name of the "Division of Mental Retardation and Developmental Disabilities" to the "Division of Developmental Disabilities"
SB 622 - Engler - Requires construction employees to take drug tests before working on projects on school and state property
SB 623 - Coleman - Modifies provisions regarding certain teacher and state employee retirement systems
SB 624 - Coleman - Allows the city of St. Louis to impose a sales tax for public safety purposes
SB 625 - Coleman - Modifies the definition of "weighted average daily attendance" in calculating state aid
SB 626 - Ridgeway - Enacts various provisions affecting illegal aliens
SB 627 - Ridgeway - Prohibits the use of language interpreters in connection with the commercial driver's license examination process
SB 628 - Ridgeway - Modifies provisions relating to vested members of the Missouri State Employees' Retirement System
SB 629 - Smith - Exempts landlords from liability to personal property when executing an order for possession of premises
SB 630 - Justus - Establishes the educational rights for foster care students
SB 631 - Barnitz - Creates the "Entrepreneurial Development Council" within the Department of Economic Development
SB 632 - Barnitz - Modifies property posting provisions
SB 633 - Loudon - Exempts military pensions and retirement incomes from income taxation
SB 634 - Loudon - Prohibits the substitution of anti-epileptic drugs
SB 635 - Loudon - Substantially revises the current law regarding the regulation of title insurance
SB 636 - Loudon - Creates the crime of aggravated child kidnapping punishable by death or life imprisonment without probation, parole, or release
SB 637 - Bray - Requires employers to provide sick leave for employees
SB 638 - Bray - Changes the amount of time for which the board of aldermen of a fourth-class city can lengthen the term of the mayor by ordinance
SB 639 - Bray - Modifies law regarding residential property insurance
SB 640 - Bray - Requires the issuance of a "no contact" order under certain circumstances with sexual offense cases
SB 641 - Bray - Creates a collective bargaining process for public employees
SB 642 - Bray - Modifies various tax provisions
SB 643 - Clemens - Creates a tax credit for implementation of odor abatement best management practices for certain livestock operations
SB 644 - Griesheimer - Establishes new requirements for direct wine sales
SB 645 - Wilson - Modifies the length of the school term for the 2006-2007 school year
SB 646 - Wilson - Modifies the definition of "bullying" in a public school's "anti-bullying" policy to include cyberbullying
SB 647 - Shoemyer - Provides low-interest loans for locally owned businesses
SB 648 - Vogel - Allows the Department of Corrections to disburse federal and other funds
SB 649 - Smith - Creates requirements and provides incentives for environmentally sustainable building design and construction
SB 650 - Gibbons - Prohibits solicitation of personal information via deceptive websites or deceptive e-mail
SB 651 - Loudon - Criminalizes selecting a human embryo for implantation through in vitro fertilization based on the gender of such embryo and genetic engineering of humans
SB 652 - Coleman - Modifies provisions regarding elementary and secondary education
SB 653 - Kennedy - Revises the eligibility requirements for the Uninsured Women's Health Program
SB 654 - Kennedy - Allows the St. Louis Board of Police Commissioners to delegate some of its powers to hearing officers
SB 655 - Lager - Modifies laws regarding merchandising practices
SB 656 - Lager - Modifies laws regarding merchandising practices
SB 657 - Crowell - Modifies licensing requirements for nurses
SB 658 - Stouffer - Establishes the "Outside the Hospital Do-Not-Resuscitate Act"
SB 659 - Stouffer - Modifies laws regarding the final disposition of a dead human body
SB 660 - Mayer - Modifies various provisions relating to crime
SB 661 - Callahan - Creates tax incentives for secondary mining uses
SB 662 - Barnitz - Modifies overtime pay for state employees
SB 663 - Barnitz - Requires the board of education to promulgate a rule to allow spouses of military members to receive a provisional teacher's license
SB 664 - Scott - Modifies laws relating to the Board of Nursing Home Administrators
SB 665 - Scott - Requires yearly audits of the Second Injury Fund
SB 666 - Scott - Modifies laws relating to the renewal of various licenses for Military personnel
SB 667 - Scott - Modifies the Missouri Higher Education Savings Plan
SB 668 - Loudon - Modifies workers' compensation payments
SB 669 - Loudon - Modifies provisions relating to official state standards
SB 670 - Loudon - Provides that the Department of Health and Senior Services shall not require by rule any immunizations that are not specified under current law
SB 671 - Justus - Provides changes to the Kansas and Missouri Regional Investment District Compact
SB 672 - Vogel - Allows for seizure and forfeiture of contraband cigarettes
SB 673 - Bray - Requires the State Treasurer to authorize payments of state agencies and requires settlements to be paid out of the Legal Expense Fund
SB 674 - Bray - Requires electric service providers to allow net metering
SB 675 - Goodman - Modifies the offense of misappropriations of funds of elderly nursing home residents
SB 676 - Goodman - Criminalizes prenatal drug or alcohol use
SB 677 - Goodman - Creates the Chronic Kidney Disease Task Force
SB 678 - Goodman - Authorizes a transient guest tax to promote tourism for the city of Kimberling City
SB 679 - Goodman - Authorizes a transient guest tax to promote tourism for the city of Hollister
SB 680 - Koster - Regulates pharmacy benefits managers
SB 681 - Koster - Requires certain municipalities to receive prior county approval for Tax Increment Financing projects or create a certain form of Tax Increment Financing commission
SB 682 - Koster - Prohibits TIF projects which would result in predominately residential use development
SB 683 - Koster - Creates certain record-keeping requirements for purchasers of scrap metal
SB 684 - Koster - Requires a two-thirds majority vote for TIF approval in certain situations
SB 685 - Engler - Creates the crime of murder of a criminal justice official and expands the crime of assault of a law enforcement officer, emergency personnel, or probation or parole officer to include corrections personnel
SB 686 - Bartle - Expands the crime of resisting or interfering with arrest, detention, or stop
SB 687 - Griesheimer - Modifies provisions of corporate franchise, income, and sales and use tax regarding nexus for tax purposes
SB 688 - Gibbons - Creates a legislative task force on improving urban education
SB 689 - Smith - Creates the "Missouri Public Charter School State Board"
SB 690 - Smith - Creates the "Metropolitan School District Improvement Act"
SB 691 - Gross - Requires taxpayers to list all tangible personal property subject to tax in the county of residence
SB 692 - Ridgeway - Authorizes additional school districts to create charter schools and modifies entities that may sponsor a charter school
SB 693 - Ridgeway - Exempts Social Security benefits from income taxation
SB 694 - Shields - Provides for continued health care benefits for the surviving spouse and dependents of public safety officers killed or disabled in the line of duty
SB 695 - Kennedy - Provides a tax credit for disability home modification
SB 696 - Wilson - Modifies the eligibility requirements for food stamp assistance
SB 697 - Ridgeway - Modifies several provisions regarding the rights and duties of foster parents
SB 698 - Ridgeway - Establishes the Betty L. Thompson Scholarship Program
SB 699 - Lager - Provides low-interest loans for alternative energy operations
SB 700 - Purgason - Creates a tax credit for safety upgrade costs for gas stations
SB 701 - Goodman - Creates licensing requirements for prescribing psychologists
SB 702 - Bray - Requires buildings constructed by or for the state to meet the minimum certification level offered by the U.S. Green Building Council
SB 703 - Bray - Modifies laws relating to ethics
SB 704 - Bray - Establishes the implementation of a health care quality report card
SB 705 - Mayer - Modifies laws relating to emergency management
SB 706 - Mayer - Modifies provisions of sales and use tax law and the Quality Jobs Act
SB 707 - Gibbons - Makes it an unfair trade practice for a life insurance company to deny, refuse to renew, or cancel a life insurance policy based upon the insured's past or future lawful travel destinations
SB 708 - Shoemyer - Authorizes issuance of bonds to finance certain educational facility projects and modifies provisions regarding the Missouri Higher Education Loan Authority
SB 709 - Shoemyer - Prohibits automobile insurers from requiring the use of specific repair shops
SB 710 - Coleman - Modifies laws relating to elections
SCR 1 - Bray - Encourages support and education regarding reproductive health
SCR 2 - Callahan - Disapproves the salary recommendations of the Citizen's Commission on Compensation for Elected Officials
SCR 3 - Engler - Disapproves the salary recommendations of the Citizen's Commission on Compensation for Elected Officials
SCR 4 - Lager - Disapproves the salary recommendations of the Citizen's Commission on Compensation for Elected Officials
SCR 5 - Shields - Recognizes November 21, 2007, as Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease Awareness Day (COPD) and November as COPD month in Missouri
SCR 6 - Bray - Urges Congress to address the nation's immigration problems
SCR 7 - Bray - Relating to the ratification of the Equal Rights Amendment to the United States Constitution
SCR 8 - Wilson - Urges the Departments of Health and Senior Services and Mental Health to implement their recommendations to the Governor regarding fire safety regulations for residential care facilities
SCR 9 - Crowell - Urges the Missouri Congressional Delegation to support legislation to extend the Lewis and Clark National Historic Trail
SCR 10 - Koster - Recognizes the area from Manhattan, Kansas, to Columbia, Missouri, as the "KC Animal Health Corridor"
SCR 11 - Purgason - Urges Congress to repeal the implementation of the REAL ID Act
SCR 12 - Ridgeway - Supports the negotiations of a Taiwan-United States free trade agreement
SCR 13 - Justus - Urges the United States Government to not escalate its involvement in Iraq or increase troop levels
SCR 14 - Graham - Expresses opposition to the Bush Administration's proposed sale of national forest land
SCR 15 - Barnitz - Urges Congress to withdraw the United States from any further participation in the Security and Prosperity Partnership of North America and any other multilateral activity which seeks to advance the creation of the North America Union
SCR 16 - Scott - Urges Congress to oppose legislation extending Social Security benefits to illegal immigrants
SCR 17 - Rupp - Calls on all public retirement systems to divest funds invested in any U.S. State Dept.-designated terrorist-sponsoring states
SCR 18 - Gibbons - Authorizes the General Assembly to employ an independent auditor to audit the State Auditor's Office
SCR 19 - Coleman - Urges Congress to reauthorize the State Children's Health Insurance Program (SCHIP) to assure federal funding for the Missouri MC+ for Kids Program
SCR 20 - Crowell - Recognizes October 3rd of each year as Science Day
SCR 21 - Shoemyer - Establishes a Joint Interim Committee on Access to Nontraditional Career and Technical Education
SCR 22 - Shoemyer - Encourages the Missouri Department of Conservation to have a regulated statewide hand fishing season for channel, blue, and flathead catfish from June first to July thirteenth beginning in 2007
SCR 23 - Bray - Urges the United States Congress to enact the United States Health Insurance Act sponsored by U.S. Representative John Conyers
SCR 24 - Bray - Urges United States Congress to enact the "United States National Health Insurance Act"
SCR 25 - Scott - Encourages the Conservation Commission to develop a partnership with the Secretary of State to send voter registration information to certain individuals who are not registered to vote
SCR 26 - Loudon - Encourages the Security and Exchange Commission to create and enforce rules and regulations to eliminate fraud
SJR 1 - Bartle - Allows the Department of Transportation to construct and maintain toll roads
SJR 2 - Bartle - Preserves the right to hunt and fish
SJR 3 - Bartle - Creates the "Missouri Savings Account" in the Constitution
SJR 4 - Nodler - Makes English the language of all official proceedings in the state
SJR 5 - Graham - Requires that all appropriations by the General Assembly cannot exceed the official estimate of state revenues
SJR 6 - Graham - Modifies the procedure for division of the state into U.S. Congressional districts
SJR 7 - Graham - Requires the State Treasurer to provide an estimate of available state revenues each fiscal year
SJR 8 - Ridgeway - Elevates the allowable level of bonded indebtedness for school districts from 15 percent to 20 percent
SJR 9 - Crowell - Creates an exception to the prohibition against laws retrospective in operation by allowing the sexual offender registry laws to be applied retrospectively
SJR 10 - Bartle - Repeals the current constitutional provisions regarding stem cell research and prohibits human cloning
SJR 11 - Gross - Requires a two-thirds majority vote of the people in order to amend the Constitution
SJR 12 - Crowell - Alters the composition of the state Board of Education
SJR 13 - Vogel - Creates a property tax exemption for personal property of active duty military personnel
SJR 14 - Clemens - Creates a two year budget cycle
SJR 15 - Green - Increases term limits for members of the General Assembly from 8 years to 12 years in each house
SJR 16 - Shoemyer - Authorizes political subdivisions to submit ballot measures increasing or decreasing revenue without further statutory authorization
SJR 17 - Coleman - Creates an exception to the prohibition against laws retrospective in operation by allowing the sexual offender registry laws to be applied retrospectively
SJR 18 - Shoemyer - Allows counties and St. Louis City to adopt regulations affecting public health and welfare that are more restrictive than state law
SJR 19 - Lager - Modifies procedures by which the General Assembly must approve salary recommendations from the Citizen's Commission on the Compensation of Elected Officials
SJR 20 - Bartle - Modifies constitutional provisions relating to health care research and human cloning
SJR 21 - Clemens - Lowers the number of representatives from 163 to 101 and length and number of terms for representatives and senators
SJR 22 - Koster - Allows for tax relief for the purpose of promoting local economic development
SJR 23 - Ridgeway - Limits reassessment of residential real property to years in which transfer of title occurs
SJR 24 - Lager - Establishes limits on the total state general revenue appropriations
SJR 25 - Loudon - Requires the official dating standard in the state to be AD, or Anno Domini, and BC, or Before Christ
SJR 26 - Bray - Modifies redistricting procedures
SJR 27 - Ridgeway - Exempts business personal property from property taxation
SJR 28 - Scott - Requires photo identification to vote in elections
SR 3 - Gibbons - Pertaining to the Rules of the Senate
SR 51 - Purgason - Amends Senate Rule 96 to prohibit electronic devices in the Senate Chamber
SR 57 - Shields - Employee Compensation
SR 70 - Scott - Amends Senate Rule 96 to prohibit smoking in Senate Galleries
SR 85 - Vogel - Use of Senate Chamber by the Rotary, March 19, 2007
SR 86 - Vogel - Use of Senate Chamber by the Missouri Catholic Conference, September 29, 2007
SR 457 - Vogel - Use of the Senate Chamber by the Silver Haired Legislature on October 25 & 26, 2007.
SR 688 - Coleman - Use of Senate Chamber by Missouri Girls State on June 26, 2007.
SR 830 - Vogel - Use of Senate Chamber - Missouri Youth Leadership Forum for Students with Disabilities - July 24, 2007.
SR 1360 - Justus - Establishes a Senate Interim Committee on the Educational Rights of Foster Care Pupils
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