Missouri State Senate

2008 Senate Bills


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SB 711 - Gibbons - Modifies provisions regarding property taxation
SB 712 - Gibbons - Allows consumers to place security freezes on their credit reports and creates requirements for merchandise rebates
SB 713 - Gibbons - Grants civil immunity to certain education personnel under certain conditions
SB 714 - Loudon - Modifies various provisions relating to sexual offenses
SB 715 - Loudon - Establishes the safe schools fund and allows local school districts to utilize such moneys for a variety of safety-related expenses
SB 716 - Loudon - Requires the official dating standard in the state to be A.D., or Anno Domini, and B.C., or Before Christ
SB 717 - Kennedy - Increases the amount of tax credits available for taxpayers who modify their home for disabled persons residing with such taxpayers
SB 718 - Kennedy - Modifies provisions of certain tax credit programs administered by the Department of Economic Development
SB 719 - Kennedy - Requires publishers of instructional materials to provide electronic copies of such materials for specialized uses
SB 720 - Coleman - Modifies provisions relating to utilities
SB 721 - 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 722 - Coleman - Exempts motor fuel used for school buses from the motor fuel tax
SB 723 - Scott - Modifies educational requirements for certain law enforcement personnel and requires the revisor to change certain references related to criminal records
SB 724 - Scott - Gives advanced practice registered nurses prescriptive authority for scheduled drugs
SB 725 - Scott - Modifies provisions regarding sales taxation of trade-in or exchange transactions
SB 726 - Shields - Modifies provisions relating to child care
SB 727 - Shields - Criminalizes residential mortgage fraud
SB 728 - Shields - Designates a portion of U.S. Highway 169 as the "Deputy Charles M. Cook Memorial Highway"
SB 729 - Griesheimer - Creates the Missouri County Planning Act
SB 730 - Griesheimer - Establishes a county municipal court in Franklin County and alters the hold harmless provisions of the foundation formula to compensate for the creation of the court
SB 731 - Griesheimer - Exempts certain motorists from submitting their motor vehicles to safety or emissions inspections when renewing their registrations if certain conditions are met
SB 732 - Champion - Establishes a drug monitoring program and modifies existing record keeping for controlled substances and pseudoephedrine products
SB 733 - Champion - Requires crime laboratories providing reports or testimony to a state court to be accredited by 2012
SB 734 - Champion - Adds a circuit judge to the thirty-first judicial circuit
SB 735 - Bartle - Requires mandatory review and sunset of certain tax credit programs
SB 736 - Bartle - Requires school districts to adopt policies for the testing of student athletes for the unlawful use of a controlled substance, including but not limited to anabolic steroids
SB 737 - Bartle - Regulates sexually oriented businesses
SB 738 - Nodler - Modifies penalties for persistent violations of air or water pollution laws, prohibits certain county solid waste laws, and requires energy efficiency disclosures for new home sales
SB 739 - Nodler - Creates the Legislative Budget Office and modifies duties of the Oversight Division of the Committee on Legislative Research
SB 740 - Nodler - Changes the applicable local government entity from "county" to "political subdivision" for certain federal storm water requirements
SB 741 - Bray - Allows small employers to obtain medical coverage through the Missouri Consolidated Health Care Plan
SB 742 - Bray - Requires equal pay for the same work regardless of gender and establishes a commission to study wage disparities
SB 743 - Bray - Modifies various tax provisions
SB 744 - Days - Amends laws relating to unsecured loans of $500 or less
SB 745 - Days - Authorizes a court to appoint a standby guardian for a minor or an incapacitated adult
SB 746 - Days - Mandates health insurance coverage for morbid obesity
SB 747 - Ridgeway - Modifies various provisions relating to abuse of alcohol
SB 748 - Ridgeway - Requires property taxes paid by certain non-resident taxpayers to be added-back to adjusted gross income
SB 749 - Ridgeway - Creates various tax incentives for certain energy uses
SB 750 - Crowell - Denies issuance of driver's licenses to illegal aliens
SB 751 - Crowell - Requires applicants to prove citizenship, permanent residence, or lawful presence in order to receive state or local public benefits
SB 752 - Crowell - Defines the term "job order contract"
SB 753 - Mayer - Designates certain stretches of highway after law enforcement or military personnel
SB 754 - Mayer - Modifies provisions relating to the DNA profiling system
SB 755 - Mayer - Modifies the training and regulation of long-term care facility inspectors and surveyors
SB 756 - Engler - Changes the name of the Division of Mental Retardation and Developmental Disabilities to the Division of Developmental Disabilities
SB 757 - Engler - Provides for nonpartisan elections of judicial candidates and forbids such candidates from being affiliated with any political party
SB 758 - Engler - Prohibits certain sex offenders from being present in a state park without permission of the superintendent
SB 759 - Stouffer - Requires all diesel fuel sold at retail in Missouri after a certain date to be a biodiesel-blended fuel
SB 760 - Stouffer - Authorizes the State 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 761 - Stouffer - Modifies various laws relating to transportation and the regulation of motor vehicles
SB 762 - Wilson - Modifies provisions relating to elementary and secondary education
SB 763 - Wilson - Criminalizes displaying a noose for the purpose of intimidation
SB 764 - Wilson - Modifies the eligibility requirements for food stamp assistance
SB 765 - Goodman - Modifies the process for incorporating a village
SB 766 - Goodman - Criminalizes prenatal drug or alcohol use
SB 767 - Goodman - Modifies provisions relating to the public defender system and the number of judges in various circuits
SB 768 - Rupp - Creates the Missouri Commission on Autism Spectrum Disorders and the Office of Autism Services
SB 769 - Rupp - Adds a circuit judge position within the 45th judicial circuit
SB 770 - Rupp - Creates the Missouri Scholarship for Students with Developmental Disabilities Program
SB 771 - McKenna - Creates an income tax credit for contributions made to provide military personnel with armored protection
SB 772 - McKenna - Establishes a tax credit for recycling construction waste and directs the Department of Natural Resources to establish and administer construction and demolition waste reduction grants
SB 773 - Shoemyer - Regulates insurance agents selling Medicare Advantage plans
SB 774 - Shoemyer - Regulates the use of utility vehicles upon the highways of Missouri
SB 775 - Shoemyer - Prohibits automobile insurers from requiring the use of specific repair shops and imposes certain conditions on physical damage appraisers
SB 776 - Justus - Modifies provisions on child care subsidies
SB 777 - Justus - Creates the Missouri Earned Income Tax Credit
SB 778 - Justus - Provides information and the opportunity to be immunized for the human papilloma virus
SB 779 - Smith - Requires the state to provide fully subsidized preschool for certain children
SB 780 - Smith - Modifies provisions on human sexuality and sexually transmitted disease education courses
SB 781 - Smith - Modifies various provisions relating to landlords, tenants, and real property
SB 782 - Loudon - Reinstates federal standards for overtime wages
SB 783 - Loudon - Creates the Interstate Insurance Product Regulation Compact
SB 784 - Coleman - Eliminates mandatory minimum sentencing for certain felons
SB 785 - Coleman - Allows the City of St. Louis to control its police force without state intervention by passing an ordinance
SB 786 - Coleman - Creates labeling requirements for radio frequency identification tags
SB 787 - Scott - Creates penalties for individuals who set fires in areas proclaimed to be in extraordinary danger from fire
SB 788 - Scott - Moves certain divisions and boards to the Department of Insurance and modifies law with respect to preneed funeral contracts, physical therapists and real estate brokers
SB 789 - Griesheimer - Requires insurance companies to provide coverage for computerized prosthetic devices
SB 790 - Champion - Creates a "Crime Laboratory Review Commission" to independently review the operations of crime laboratories in the state of Missouri that receive state-administered funding
SB 791 - Champion - Defines the process to be followed for a crime laboratory report to be received into evidence at any trial for criminal prosecution
SB 792 - Champion - Provides immunity from liability for certain healthcare professionals assisting law enforcement or governmental agencies in certain planned activities
SB 793 - Bartle - Allows Department of Transportation to construct toll roads under certain conditions
SB 794 - Bartle - Modifies provisions relating to the DNA profiling system
SB 795 - Bartle - Modifies the time when a search may be conducted pursuant to a warrant
SB 796 - Bray - Entitles employees to take unpaid leave from work on the day of an election to serve in the election
SB 797 - Bray - Modifies the laws relating to elections
SB 798 - Bray - Creates new penalties for signing false names on petitions
SB 799 - Days - Enacts provisions on children's mental health
SB 800 - Days - Creates a commission to study the death penalty in Missouri and prohibits use of the death penalty for a time period
SB 801 - Ridgeway - Increases the maximum amount of compensation which the Kansas City Board of Police Commissioners may pay officers
SB 802 - Ridgeway - Makes it a class D felony to steal energized or live wire, electrical transformer, or any other device conducting electricity
SB 803 - Crowell - Precludes actions for wrongful death when the deceased adjudicated or settled claims during his or her lifetime
SB 804 - Crowell - Allows the state auditor to audit any school district in the same manner as any agency of the state
SB 805 - Mayer - Modifies the definition of the term "agricultural and horticultural property" for property tax purposes
SB 806 - Engler - Requires all government buildings to fly the U.S. and Missouri flags at half-staff when any Missouri resident is killed in combat
SB 807 - Engler - Bars public officials from receiving expenditures from lobbyists
SB 808 - Engler - Limits the types of individuals and organizations to whom the director of the department of revenue may award fee office contracts
SB 809 - Stouffer - Imposes various billboard standards to billboards adjacent to Interstate 70 and Interstate 44 during period of interstate construction
SB 810 - Stouffer - Requires all diesel fuel sold at retail in Missouri after April 1, 2010 to be biodiesel-blended fuel
SB 811 - Stouffer - Creates a tax credit for the use of idle reduction technology
SB 812 - Wilson - Expands the crime of unlawful use of weapons to include discharging a firearm for celebrating in an urban area
SB 813 - Wilson - Prohibits the ownership, possession, or discharge of a taser or stun gun
SB 814 - Wilson - Decreases acreage requirements for eligibility under the Distressed Areas Land Assemblage Tax Credit Act
SB 815 - Goodman - Creates the Farm Mentoring and Education Authority to administer agricultural education programs to incubate new farms
SB 816 - Goodman - Allows Taney County and any city, town, or village within such county to form a Theater, Cultural Arts, and Entertainment District
SB 817 - Goodman - Modifies provisions relating to anatomic pathology services and vision services
SB 818 - Rupp - Modifies various provisions relating to stalking and harassment
SB 819 - Rupp - Modifies various provisions relating to dog fighting
SB 820 - Rupp - Allows a county, after meeting the required assessed valuation, to become a second class county upon a vote of the governing body to change classifications
SB 821 - Shoemyer - Modifies the membership of the MO HealthNet Oversight Committee
SB 822 - Shoemyer - Allows cities, towns, villages and counties to impose a property tax to fund cemetery maintenance
SB 823 - Shoemyer - Creates a state and local sales and use tax exemption for sales of weather radios
SB 824 - Justus - Prohibits discrimination based upon a person's sexual orientation
SB 825 - Justus - Increases the fee collected by each recorder to be deposited into the Missouri Housing Trust Fund from $3 to $10
SB 826 - Justus - Modifies the requirements to deny, suspend, or revoke a liquor license because of certain employee convictions
SB 827 - Smith - Allows increased starting salaries for math, science, special education, ESL teachers in a metropolitan school district
SB 828 - Smith - Requires unaccredited and provisionally accredited school districts to adopt a dress code requiring students to wear a school uniform
SB 829 - Smith - Requires the St. Louis city school district to have an 18 to 1 teacher to student ratio for kindergarten to third grade
SB 830 - Coleman - Limits the tuition that may be charged by a higher education institution to certain combat veterans
SB 831 - Coleman - Modifies provisions relating to state funding for elementary and secondary education
SB 832 - Coleman - Establishes procedures to create teacher resource centers for school districts
SB 833 - Bartle - Allows school districts to pay stipends to math and science teachers and allows licensing of teachers with a math or science degree
SB 834 - Bartle - Creates penalties for owners of dogs that injure people or property and creates an absolute defense against civil liability or prosecution for killing a dog in certain circumstances
SB 835 - Bray - Eliminates the death penalty
SB 836 - Bray - Creates the crime of negligent storage of a firearm
SB 837 - Bray - Creates the Public Employee Due Process Act
SB 838 - Engler - Allows fuel ethanol produced from qualified biomass to be eligible for certain fuel ethanol production subsidies
SB 839 - Engler - Modifies adjustment to funds payable resulting from transfer of title to real property for certain school districts
SB 840 - Engler - Modifies the state do-not-call list and creates "paid for by" requirements for political phone calls
SB 841 - Stouffer - Modifies law with respect to certain motor vehicle weight regulations
SB 842 - Stouffer - WITHDRAWN
SB 843 - Wilson - Creates a trust fund and commission for youth smoking prevention
SB 844 - Rupp - Requires school districts to request teacher records prior to extending an offer of employment to a prospective teacher
SB 845 - Rupp - Modifies provisions relating to political subdivisions
SB 846 - Rupp - Modifies the A+ Schools Program and the Kids' Chance Scholarship Program
SB 847 - Shoemyer - Requires farmers to pay a fee for retaining genetically-modified seed
SB 848 - Shoemyer - Requires all offices in the state capitol building to be accessible to individuals with disabilities
SB 849 - Shoemyer - Gives the Office of the Child Advocate authority to file findings or reports to the juvenile court
SB 850 - Justus - Requires the board of optometry to give notice of its meetings
SB 851 - Justus - Prohibits a person convicted of a dangerous felony from possessing a concealable firearm regardless of when the person was confined
SB 852 - Smith - Creates an earned income tax credit
SB 853 - Smith - Adopts an agreement to elect the president by national popular vote
SB 854 - Coleman - Modifies provisions relating to physical education graduation requirements for certain high school students
SB 855 - Coleman - Adds counseling services under MO HealthNet
SB 856 - Engler - Creates the Armed Forces Expeditionary Medal specialized license plate and exempts permanent nonexpiring license plates from reissuance program
SB 857 - Rupp - Expands the state no-call list to include automated calls and requires a "paid for by" statement on political phone calls
SB 858 - Rupp - Modifies the law relating to illegal immigrants
SB 859 - Rupp - Allows health maintenance organizations to issue high deductible health plans combined with health savings accounts under certain conditions
SB 860 - Shoemyer - Prohibits the condemnation of property owned by a gun club or sportsmen's club
SB 861 - Shoemyer - Modifies provisions relating to alcohol-related offenses
SB 862 - Shoemyer - Creates notification requirements prior to entry onto private property to investigate or enforce contracts for certain agricultural products
SB 863 - Rupp - Allows married taxpayers filing joint returns to deduct a portion of contributions to the Missouri Higher Education Savings Program from income and provides similar tax treatment for other qualified tuition savings programs
SB 864 - Rupp - Establishes a surcharge on criminal cases to fund a defined contribution system for certain law enforcement employees
SB 865 - Rupp - Prohibits life insurers from taking underwriting actions or charging different rates based upon a person's past or future lawful travel destinations unless such action is based upon sound actuarial principles
SB 866 - Shoemyer - Restricts favorable tax treatment and loan eligibility for employers
SB 867 - Shoemyer - Requires state employee salaries to be annually adjusted by the consumer price index
SB 868 - Shoemyer - Makes it an unfair practice for an insurance company not to follow all components of a repair manual when appraising a damaged vehicle
SB 869 - Shoemyer - Allows the Department of Insurance to take disciplinary action against a bail bond agent for certain felonies regardless of when such crime occurred
SB 870 - Loudon - Modifies a provision of law relating to the practice of midwifery
SB 871 - Bray - Removes language preventing appropriation of money to public colleges and universities that knowingly employ a professor or instructor who is a registered sex offender
SB 872 - Stouffer - Provides that certain billboards erected prior to August 28, 2002, but which fail to comply with new legal standards on that date shall be considered as legal conforming out of standard signs under Missouri law
SB 873 - Graham - Provides for a voting student curator on the University of Missouri board of curators if Missouri loses a congressional district based on the 2010 census
SB 874 - Graham - Requires the general assembly to separately appropriate funds for the highway patrol uniform allowance
SB 875 - Graham - Creates the "Missouri's Civil War Trail Fund"
SB 876 - Graham - Creates a tax credit for contributions to organizations for the preservation of Missouri's civil war sites
SB 877 - Mayer - Establishes the Missouri Catastrophe Fund to help protect property and casualty insurers against insolvencies caused by earthquakes
SB 878 - Graham - Provides that certain persons may not be required to disclose news sources or information
SB 879 - Clemens - Modifies the maximum amount of certain agricultural tax credits that may be issued each fiscal year and extends the expiration date for the tax credits
SB 880 - Green - Modifies laws on mental health facilities and group homes for the mentally retarded and developmentally disabled
SB 881 - Green - Establishes the drunk driving memorial sign program
SB 882 - Green - Allows consumers to request that a security freeze be placed on the issuance of their credit reports or credit scores by credit reporting agencies
SB 883 - Graham - Bars elected officials and members of the general assembly from working as lobbyists
SB 884 - Graham - Modifies Missouri's seat belt law by making it applicable to all passengers and allows for primary enforcement
SB 885 - Graham - Modifies provisions relating to the Community Children's Services Fund
SB 886 - Justus - Allows any municipality to adopt ordinances, orders, or regulations to control dangerous dogs, provided that no such ordinances, orders, or regulations are specific to breed
SB 887 - Dempsey - Prohibits the operation of a motor vehicle while using a wireless telephone under certain circumstances
SB 888 - Green - Requires the Department of Elementary and Secondary Education to recalculate state school aid for the Riverview Gardens School District to correct an error
SB 889 - Green - Provides for mandatory minimum punishment for securities fraud crimes against the elderly or disabled
SB 890 - Green - Prohibits commercial inserts or other forms of advertising from accompanying motor vehicle registration notices
SB 891 - Green - Prohibits imposition of penalties and interest on certain property tax payments
SB 892 - Green - Prohibits local governments from using automated photo red light enforcement systems unless the traffic control signals are also equipped with devices that display the numerical time remaining before the signals will display a red signal
SB 893 - Green - Creates an income tax deduction for small businesses and farmers that provide health insurance coverage for employees
SB 894 - Green - Creates an income tax deduction for higher education expenses
SB 895 - Clemens - Creates the Manufacturer Responsibility and Consumer Convenience Computer Equipment Collection and Recovery Act
SB 896 - Stouffer - Modifies the methods in which certain special road districts may form, expand or dissolve within fourth class counties
SB 897 - Wilson - Increases the fee collected by each recorder of deeds to fund the county homeless person assistance program from $3 to $10, upon voter approval, if such a program has been created
SB 898 - Clemens - Modifies provisions pertaining to the administration of agriculture incentives and programs
SB 899 - Dempsey - Allows members of the public and certain electronic and computer businesses to access online identifying information of registered sex offenders in order to use the information to protect children from online sexual predators
SB 900 - Vogel - Modifies provisions relating to the imposition of transient guest taxes by certain local governments
SB 901 - Loudon - Modifies workers' compensation payments to dependents
SB 902 - Loudon - Prohibits persons from selling vehicle protection products in Missouri unless certain conditions are met
SB 903 - Griesheimer - Modifies law with respect to the regulation of household good movers
SB 904 - Griesheimer - Modifies provisions pertaining to the Underground Facility Safety and Damage Prevention Act
SB 905 - Loudon - Establishes the Regional Railroad Authorities Act
SB 906 - Vogel - Designates a portion of state highway 87 in Moniteau County as the "Lance Corporal Leon B. Deraps Memorial Highway"
SB 907 - Engler - Modifies provisions pertaining to motor fuel storage tanks and equipment
SB 908 - Engler - Requires electronic publication and access to the "Blue Book" in lieu of physical publication and distribution
SB 909 - Engler - Modifies requirements pertaining to petition circulators
SB 910 - Graham - Requires certain health clubs to have at least one automated external defibrillator
SB 911 - Engler - Modifies the number of school days to be made up due to inclement weather
SB 912 - 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 913 - Bray - Creates statutory warranties for home buyers and homeowners and also prevents home solicitors from engaging in certain deceptive practices
SB 914 - Bray - Creates the Healthy Pet Act
SB 915 - Ridgeway - Authorizes peer review committees for certain emergency medical services
SB 916 - Goodman - Requires hospitals to report adverse health events to a patient safety organization for review
SB 917 - Goodman - Creates licensing requirements for prescribing psychologists
SB 918 - Goodman - Prohibits certain requirements for immunosuppresive drugs under the MO HealthNet Program without the consent of the physician and patient
SB 919 - Rupp - Assesses fee on shippers that transport radioactive waste within Missouri
SB 920 - Rupp - Requires real-time captioning for certain television programming
SB 921 - Goodman - Adds coverage under the state legal expense fund for certain heath care professionals providing uncompensated service at summer camps
SB 922 - Goodman - Modifies the crime of making a false declaration
SB 923 - Shoemyer - Modifies the membership of the MO HealthNet Oversight Committee by adding a licensed optometrist
SB 924 - Koster - Creates a state and local sales tax exemption for sales of motor vehicles assembled and sold in this state
SB 925 - Days - Modifies provisions relating to school district procedures.
SB 926 - Green - Modifies various laws relating to ethics
SB 927 - Green - Amends law relating to the hiring of unqualified employees on public projects
SB 928 - Green - Removes the requirement that the Public Service Commission issue an annual report on the economic impact of certain telecommunications laws
SB 929 - Green - Bars employers from misclassifying employees as independent contractors
SB 930 - Stouffer - Modifies various provisions relating to the regulation of transportation and the regulation of motor vehicles
SB 931 - Purgason - Modifies provisions pertaining to the administration of agriculture incentives and programs
SB 932 - Loudon - Modifies provisions relating to law enforcement
SB 933 - Loudon - Makes modifications to the crimes of sexual misconduct involving a child and furnishing pornographic material to a minor
SB 934 - Dempsey - Prohibits remuneration on a per-signature basis for initiative petition circulators
SB 935 - Griesheimer - Creates the "Deputy Sheriff Salary Supplementation Fund", consisting of money generated by a $10 fee collected for serving civil summons and subpoena
SB 936 - Griesheimer - Allow motorists to operate vehicles without current registrations for the purpose of resetting emissions readiness monitors in order to pass emissions inspection retests
SB 937 - Shoemyer - Allows utility vehicles to be operated upon Missouri highways
SB 938 - Shoemyer - Department of Corrections custody personnel shall be eligible for a specific pay parameter based on the hazards of such jobs, years of service, and a twenty-four-hour seven-day-a-week staffing requirement
SB 939 - Stouffer - Modifies various provisions relating to levee and drainage districts
SB 940 - McKenna - Modifies laws affecting limited liability companies, limited partnerships, and nonprofit companies
SB 941 - Clemens - Modifies the definition of livestock for which it is a crime to steal, makes stealing certain quail or pheasants a crime, and modifies the penalties for such offenders
SB 942 - Clemens - Modifies provisions pertaining to the administration of agriculture incentives and programs
SB 943 - Clemens - Allows cities to annex land within airport zones in Greene County if cities agree to enforce Springfield's airport zoning ordinance
SB 944 - Engler - Modifies the fees the Auditor receives for registering bonds
SB 945 - Green - Requires certain water corporations to disclose additional information in its annual report to the Public Service Commission
SB 946 - Dempsey - Creates the Tobacco Use Prevention, Cessation and Enforcement fund to fund a comprehensive tobacco control program
SB 947 - Kennedy - Increases the cap on amount of aviation generated revenue that may be deposited in state aviation trust fund and expands purposes for which moneys in the aviation trust fund may be used
SB 948 - Justus - Clarifies the duty of pharmacies to fill prescriptions
SB 949 - Scott - Modifies provisions of law relating to rural empowerment zones
SB 950 - Scott - Modifies various provisions relating to manufactured housing
SB 951 - Scott - Modifies the law relating to emergency response within financial institutions
SB 952 - Scott - Modifies the licensing requirements and practice of certified public accountants and accounting firms
SB 953 - Scott - Modifies certain bases for a public governmental body to close a record or meeting, and modifies who may be present in a closed meeting of a public governmental body
SB 954 - Scott - Prohibits remuneration on a per-signature basis for initiative petition circulators and imposes a residency requirement
SB 955 - Shields - Allows motor vehicle owners to receive refunds for unused registration fees under certain conditions
SB 956 - Kennedy - Modifies provisions relating to public water supply districts
SB 957 - Goodman - Repeals the requirement that rental and leasing facilities provide personal property lists for certain property
SB 958 - Goodman - Allows rural electric cooperatives to manage vegetation within specified areas to ensure reliable service
SB 959 - Goodman - Requires court personnel to redact Social Security numbers from certain court records prior to disclosure to the public
SB 960 - Goodman - Adds a circuit judge to the thirty-ninth judicial circuit
SRB 961 - Goodman - Repeals existing provisions of law that have expired, sunset, terminated or become ineffective
SB 962 - Champion - Creates the State Board of Health and Senior Services and repeals the current State Board of Health and the State Board of Senior Services
SB 963 - Stouffer - Requires law enforcement agencies to establish rotation lists of towing truck companies to be called for removing disabled vehicles
SB 964 - Smith - Creates the Show Me Green Sales Tax Holiday and provides financial assistance for voluntary energy audits
SB 965 - Crowell - Requires completion of American history and literature classes in order to graduate from a public higher education institution
SB 966 - Dempsey - Provides additional workers' compensation benefits for public safety workers killed in the line of duty
SB 967 - Mayer - Allows Missouri Higher Education Loan Authority to originate federally guaranteed student loans under certain conditions.
SB 968 - Shields - Provides that nonpartisan commissions that select judges for gubernatorial appointment shall be subject to the Missouri Sunshine Act and shall not close meetings, records or votes relating to personnel matters
SB 969 - Scott - Removes the six year term limit of the executive director of the Ethics Commission
SB 970 - Scott - Amends requirements for filing financial interest statements
SB 971 - Clemens - Changes the official state game bird to the Kansas Jayhawk
SB 972 - Stouffer - Adds comprehensive day rehabilitation services under MO HealthNet
SB 973 - Engler - Regulates insurance agents selling Medicare Advantage plans
SB 974 - Engler - Modifies public safety provisions relating to mental health services
SB 975 - Ridgeway - Requires alcohol monitoring for persons with repeat alcohol-related offenses in certain circumstances instead of serving a more lengthy mandatory minimum sentence
SB 976 - Ridgeway - Modifies a variety of laws on a variety of topics, including but not limited to laws regarding business organizations, real property, compensation for sheriffs, disposition of dead human bodies, drug monitoring, juvenile law, workers' compensation, banks, and courts
SB 977 - Ridgeway - Creates the Betty L. Thompson Scholarship Program
SB 978 - Griesheimer - Modifies provisions relating to boards overseeing emergency services
SB 979 - Vogel - Terminates eligibility for surviving spouse of public safety officer income tax credit upon remarriage
SB 980 - Ridgeway - Modifies provisions regarding supplemental and disability retirement benefits for Kansas City police officers and civilian employees
SB 981 - Purgason - Designates the plant spotted knapweed as a noxious weed
SB 982 - Purgason - Modifies laws relating to dogs
SB 983 - Purgason - Requires public higher education institutions to annually report on steps taken to ensure intellectual diversity
SB 984 - Shoemyer - Modifies provisions of the Bright Flight Scholarship Program
SB 985 - Shoemyer - Modifies the crime of making a false declaration
SB 986 - Shoemyer - Requires motor vehicle physical damage appraisers to give consumers written estimates for labor and parts for motor vehicle repairs
SB 987 - Shoemyer - Modifies the membership of the MO HealthNet Oversight Committee by adding a licensed podiatrist and a licensed nurse
SB 988 - Shoemyer - Exempts Veterans, service, and fraternal organizations from bingo and pull tab taxes
SB 989 - Wilson - Creates an income tax credit for poll workers
SB 990 - Champion - Allowing nursing home residents under MO HealthNet to retain fifty dollars per month discretionary spending
SB 991 - Loudon - Establishes the ice cream cone as the official state dessert
SB 992 - Loudon - Limits increases in assessed value of residential real property due to reassessment until a transfer of ownership occurs
SB 993 - Crowell - Creates the Missouri Special Needs Scholarship Tax Credit Program
SB 994 - Crowell - Modifies provisions relating to compensation for education personnel
SB 995 - Crowell - Modifies provisions relating to liability for school employees and volunteers
SB 996 - Crowell - Allows certain health insurance pool members to transfer any current or unused accumulated credits or offsets to their affiliates.
SB 997 - Crowell - Removes certain limitations from investments made by boards of trustees of police and firemen's retirement systems
SB 998 - Crowell - Prohibits convicted felons whose civil rights have been restored from participating in jury service
SB 999 - Scott - Allows the Attorney General to bring an action for unlawful merchandising practices when the name of a financial institution is deceptively used
SB 1000 - Justus - Establishes educational rights for foster care students and requires a full school day of education for certain children
SB 1001 - Justus - Allows a Kansas City festival district's promotional association to obtain a license to sell alcohol for consumption
SB 1002 - Justus - Modifies the penalties for certain zoning violations
SB 1003 - Bray - Modifies requirements pertaining to petition circulators
SB 1004 - Bray - Requires the state board of education to classify a charter school as "unaccredited" based on annual performance review scores
SB 1005 - Bray - Adopts the Uniform Planned Community Act
SB 1006 - Koster - Modifies provisions on child care subsidies
SB 1007 - Loudon - Modifies minimum wage and overtime laws
SB 1008 - Loudon - Modifies various provisions relating to health insurance and automobile insurance
SB 1009 - Loudon - Modifies the current legal requirement that funds conveyed to settlement agents in real estate closings be certified funds
SB 1010 - Nodler - Authorizes the Governor to convey state property in Jasper County and Camden County
SB 1011 - Griesheimer - Modifies various provisions relating to liquor control
SB 1012 - Wilson - Establishes the Duty Free Zone Act
SB 1013 - Wilson - Creates the Missouri Senior Cadet Program for mentoring of kindergarten through eighth grade students
SB 1014 - Wilson - Creates the Volunteer and Parents Incentive Program for public elementary and secondary schools
SB 1015 - Mayer - Requires health insurance premiums of state employees to be run through a cafeteria plan
SB 1016 - Mayer - Provides that a portion of the tort victims' compensation fund shall be transferred to the basic civil legal services fund
SB 1017 - Mayer - Requires reports to school districts of certain property located within school district boundaries
SB 1018 - Rupp - Allows municipalities in St. Charles County to adopt ordinances for the well-being of the community and enforce such ordinances with a fine not to exceed $1,000 or three months of imprisonment
SB 1019 - Bray - Prohibits discrimination based upon a person's sexual orientation
SB 1020 - Bray - Implements the provisions of the streamlined sales and use tax agreement
SB 1021 - Loudon - Changes the laws regarding midwives and the practice of midwifery
SB 1022 - Coleman - Makes statutory penalties and attorney fees associated with a vexatious refusal to pay claim mandatory rather than discretionary
SB 1023 - Coleman - Establishes recall elections for school board members
SB 1024 - Scott - Modifies provisions relating to liability for tort claims against the state, state entities, and state employees
SB 1025 - Scott - Modifies laws regarding the right to control the final disposition of a dead human body
SB 1026 - Scott - Designates a portion of State Highway 13 as the "Rick Seiner Memorial Highway"
SB 1027 - Smith - Modifies enrollment provisions for charter schools whose mission includes drop-out prevention or recovery
SB 1028 - Justus - Requires reporting of taxpayer information regarding the utilization of state tax credits
SB 1029 - Rupp - Establishes the Market Conduct Surveillance Act
SB 1030 - Rupp - Repeals certain provisions dealing with employee health and welfare
SB 1031 - Koster - Increases the penalty for parental kidnapping when the child is taken for certain periods of time
SB 1032 - Dempsey - Modifies provisions relating to dangerous animal registration
SB 1033 - Griesheimer - Prohibits water or sewer line easements from being considered transfers of title of real property to counties and other political subdivisions
SB 1034 - Mayer - Modifies record-keeping requirements for purchasers of scrap metal and creates penalties for unlawful purchases of certain scrap metals
SB 1035 - Scott - Limits civil actions against motor vehicle dealers for unlawful merchandising practices to only motor vehicle dealers directly involved in the retail transaction
SB 1036 - Coleman - Creates an educational grant for children and spouses of veterans who are killed in combat
SB 1037 - Shields - Modifies recalculation of the state adequacy target amount under the elementary and secondary education school funding formula
SB 1038 - Shields - Repeals campaign contribution limits and modifies reporting requirements
SB 1039 - Clemens - Modifies minimum volunteer ambulance staffing requirements and requires Christian County to appoint an emergency services board upon voter approval of a county sales tax for central dispatching of emergency services
SB 1040 - Clemens - Modifies requirements relating to the issuance of grants and loans by the Department of Natural Resources for storm water control
SB 1041 - Green - Prohibits utilities and their heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC) affiliates from selling and installing home generators
SB 1042 - McKenna - Modifies provisions relating to teacher and school employee retirement systems
SB 1043 - Ridgeway - Requires health carriers to provide coverage for out-of-network chiropractic services under certain circumstances
SB 1044 - Stouffer - Modifies provisions regarding minimum ambulance staffing for ambulances staffed with volunteers
SB 1045 - Dempsey - WITHDRAWN
SB 1046 - Mayer - Codifies the employment-at-will doctrine
SB 1047 - Vogel - Modifies the definition of special education pupil count in the foundation formula to include certain nonpublic students
SB 1048 - Kennedy - Modifies the law regarding trademark application and registration
SB 1049 - Kennedy - Expands sales tax exemption purchases of tangible personal property used in the repair and maintenance of aircraft
SB 1050 - Crowell - Establishes the Asbestos and Silica Claims Priorities Act
SB 1051 - Crowell - Modifies provisions relating to the review of long-term care facility projects under the certificate of need program
SB 1052 - Rupp - Modifies provisions relating to the allocation and use of gaming revenues
SB 1053 - Dempsey - Imposes additional penalties for intoxication-related traffic offenses
SB 1054 - Dempsey - Modifies provisions relating to juvenile courts and juvenile court jurisdiction
SB 1055 - Goodman - Reinstates the Motorist Insurance Identification Database program which expired on June 30, 2007
SB 1056 - Justus - Modifies the membership on the Missouri Housing Development Commission
SB 1057 - Scott - Modifies procedure for forming transportation development districts within multiple counties
SB 1058 - Mayer - Enacts provisions regarding the coercion of abortions
SB 1059 - Engler - Creates civil and criminal penalties for mortgage fraud and imposes sanctions upon certain licensed professionals and unlicensed individuals who commit the crime
SB 1060 - Engler - Alters provisions relating to teacher termination proceedings
SB 1061 - Barnitz - Requires county coroners and their assistants to register with the Missouri Coroners' and Medical Examiners' Association
SB 1062 - Barnitz - Modifies requirements for corporate filings
SB 1063 - Koster - Creates the Missouri Methamphetamine Project
SB 1064 - Dempsey - Authorizes a dependency exemption for stillborn children
SB 1065 - Bartle - Restricts operation of certain sized vessels near docks and other structure and modifies the duties of boat dock owners toward the public
SB 1066 - Ridgeway - Modifies provisions relating to elementary and secondary education
SB 1067 - Ridgeway - Exempts persons 21 years of age or older from wearing protective headgear except when operating or riding motorcycles upon interstate highways
SB 1068 - Mayer - Modifies provisions relating to pharmacies and pharmacists
SB 1069 - Coleman - Exempts federal tax rebates from state income tax
SB 1070 - Kennedy - Allows the St. Louis Board of Police Commissioners to develop a physical strength test for police officers
SB 1071 - Smith - Creates a method to publicly finance election campaigns for legislative and gubernatorial candidates
SB 1072 - Rupp - Allows expanded charter school operations for charters specifying certain special education students and modifies sponsors
SB 1073 - Dempsey - Creates a state and local sales and use tax exemption for defense articles sold to foreign governments
SB 1074 - Dempsey - Modifies liens for certain design professionals
SB 1075 - Engler - Limits liability of watercraft outfitters for injury or death resulting from the inherent risks of watercraft activities
SB 1076 - Engler - Provides for immunity from civil and criminal liability on the basis of noise for owners and users of hunting preserves and firearm ranges
SB 1077 - Goodman - Modifies law that limit indemnity agreements in construction work contracts
SB 1078 - Rupp - Modifies provisions relating to charter schools
SB 1079 - Bray - Enacts a state-wide smoking ban
SB 1080 - Bray - Repeals a portion of the law that provides certain utilities the opportunity to apply for alternate rate schedules in certain circumstances
SB 1081 - Nodler - Modifies provisions regarding quality assurance and safety in the Division of Mental Retardation and Developmental Disabilities Community Programs
SB 1082 - Days - Modifies the ballot requirements for elections
SB 1083 - Coleman - Modifies law relating to voter registration and election offenses
SB 1084 - Coleman - Eliminates penalization for state transportation aid for school districts operating magnet schools as part of a master desegregation settlement agreement
SB 1085 - Coleman - Allows school districts to participate in the A+ Schools Program irrespective of their accreditation status
SB 1086 - Smith - Creates a tax credit for contributions to certain after school programs
SB 1087 - Clemens - Creates the Non-Traditional Student Educational Expense Repayment Program
SB 1088 - Clemens - Makes it unlawful for a person to possess, distribute, deliver, manufacture, produce, or cultivate a restricted natural substance, also known as jimson weed
SB 1089 - Justus - Allows the City of Grandview to impose a transient guest tax
SB 1090 - Bray - Modifies law regarding residential property insurance
SB 1091 - Bray - Requires railroads to provide counseling services or other critical incident stress debriefing services to railroad employees involved in serious accidents
SB 1092 - Engler - Creates the Minimum Salary Fund for Teachers to provide minimum salary supplements to public school teachers
SB 1093 - Loudon - Creates licensure requirements for electrical contractors
SB 1094 - Loudon - Prescribes requirements for the interchange of anti-epileptic drugs
SB 1095 - Loudon - Creates the crime of aggravated child kidnapping
SB 1096 - Graham - Establishes spousal shareleave for state employees
SB 1097 - Graham - Modifies the powers of jailers
SB 1098 - Bray - Subjects 383 malpractice associations to stricter insurance regulations
SB 1099 - Graham - Designates a portion of Missouri Route WW in Boone County as "Carl Edwards Drive"
SB 1100 - Bray - Requires newly constructed or substantially renovated state and local government buildings to meet certain green building certification requirements
SB 1101 - Bray - Establishes the Missouri Universal Health Assurance Program
SB 1102 - Bray - Modifies provisions regarding public officials, lobbyists and campaign finance
SB 1103 - Gibbons - Modifies provisions regarding the Family Care Safety Registry
SB 1104 - Kennedy - Grants immunity to law enforcement agencies for damages caused by criminals involved in vehicle pursuits
SB 1105 - Coleman - Creates an income tax check-off for contributions to the breast cancer awareness trust fund
SB 1106 - Scott - Modifies provisions relating to child abuse investigations
SB 1107 - Scott - Modifies various provisions relating to the Water Patrol and watercraft regulations
SB 1108 - Scott - Modifies the law relating to debt settlement providers
SB 1109 - Scott - Modifies the scope of practice for licensed professional counselors
SB 1110 - Clemens - Prevents the disclosure of unemployment records
SB 1111 - Clemens - Modifies license requirements for grain dealers and public grain warehouses
SB 1112 - Clemens - Modifies provisions relating to unemployment compensation
SB 1113 - Bray - Requires the posting of nurse staffing levels at hospitals
SB 1114 - Bray - Prohibits businesses from deceptively listing fictitious or assumed business names in telephone directories or directory assistance databases
SB 1115 - Bray - Creates a collective bargaining process for public employees
SB 1116 - Days - Authorizes the issuance of an additional $40 million in bonds for certain water-related grants and loans
SB 1117 - Smith - Creates the "Show Me Green" sales tax holiday
SB 1118 - Griesheimer - Authorizes the imposition of a fee on wireless phone services to fund enhanced 911 services
SB 1119 - Griesheimer - Creates a ten-dollar court cost to reimburse counties for the cost of incarcerating state prisoners
SB 1120 - Loudon - Provides that the Department shall not require by rule any vaccinations that are not specified under current law
SB 1121 - Loudon - Eliminates the requirement that product liability insurance companies report claims that do not result in payment on the insured's behalf
SB 1122 - Ridgeway - Mandates insurance coverage for the treatment of autism and requires the offering of group insurance coverage for prosthetic devices
SB 1123 - Loudon - Establishes the Uninsured Motorist Stipulation of Benefits Act of 2008 which limits the recovery for non-economic damages by uninsured motorists
SB 1124 - Loudon - Establishes procedure for insurers intervening in civil actions to determine coverage issues
SB 1125 - Crowell - Exempts military retirement benefits from income tax
SB 1126 - Scott - Exempts certain independent contractors from being licensed as private investigators
SB 1127 - Rupp - Establishes the Office of Autism Services
SB 1128 - Bray - Creates the Persistence to Graduation Fund to distribute grants to certain school districts for drop-out prevention efforts
SB 1129 - Coleman - Repeals the statute authorizing the creation of a transitional school district for the St. Louis City School District
SB 1130 - Stouffer - Expands types of projects that may be completed under Public-Private Transportation Act and creates various tax incentives for their completion
SB 1131 - Wilson - Excludes tax revenues, derived from certain transportation sales taxes imposed by the City of Kansas City, from tax increment finance economic activity taxes used to pay redevelopment costs
SB 1132 - Days - Allows adopted persons eighteen and over to obtain copies of their original birth certificate under certain circumstances
SB 1133 - Ridgeway - Repeals the current statutory requirement that a 1st class county hold 3 public hearings and publish notice in 2 local newspapers prior to adopting a traffic regulation
SB 1134 - Callahan - Modifies income taxation of married couples with taxable income less than $100,000.
SB 1135 - Callahan - Changes the law regarding street grading in cities with over 300,000 inhabitants
SB 1136 - Callahan - Creates tax incentives for secondary mining uses
SB 1137 - Green - Modifies Missouri securities law
SB 1138 - McKenna - Requires Occupational Safety and Health Administration training for employees on public works projects
SB 1139 - Dempsey - Revises the Uniform Anatomical Gift Act
SB 1140 - Vogel - Modifies the law relating to the Office of Administration
SB 1141 - Vogel - Modifies provisions governing the transition periods for statewide elected officials
SB 1142 - Purgason - Adds a circuit judge to the twenty-sixth judicial circuit
SB 1143 - Mayer - Modifies the law regarding false or misleading television advertisements for legal services
SB 1144 - Mayer - Changes the name of the State Schools for Severely Handicapped Children to the Missouri Schools for the Severely Disabled
SB 1145 - Scott - Allows counties without a charter form of government to adopt certain noise ordinances
SB 1146 - Clemens - Creates a property tax credit for certain expenses incurred by freight line companies
SB 1147 - Koster - Modifies the law on the establishment of paternity
SB 1148 - Koster - Requires automobile insurers to provide premium discounts for installing anti-theft mechanisms
SB 1149 - Engler - Creates a procedure for when there is a lack of candidates for a fire protection district board of directors election
SB 1150 - Barnitz - Extends the sunset provisions for fees to be credited to the technology trust fund
SB 1151 - Barnitz - Restricts corporate name reservation
SB 1152 - Crowell - Creates the Minimum Salary Fund for Teachers to provide minimum salary supplements to public school teachers
SB 1153 - Crowell - Modifies provisions relating to several public employee retirement systems
SB 1154 - Crowell - Allows teacher and school retirement systems to indemnify and protect trustees and employees
SB 1155 - Crowell - Modifies provisions relating to the investment of funds for teacher and school employee retirement systems
SB 1156 - Crowell - Modifies provisions relating to teacher and school employee retirement systems
SB 1157 - Green - Authorizes the Governor to convey state property located in St. Louis County
SB 1158 - Mayer - Creates the Professional Relationships Between Teachers and School Districts Act
SB 1159 - Gibbons - Modifies provisions relating to forensic examinations of sexual offense victims
SB 1160 - 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 1161 - Lager - Provides low interest loans for alternative energy generation
SB 1162 - Clemens - Licenses clinical laboratory science personnel
SB 1163 - Rupp - Modifies the school bus endorsement criminal background check procedure
SB 1164 - Loudon - Modifies workers' compensation payments to dependents
SB 1165 - Crowell - Provides that certain persons may not be required to disclose news sources or information
SB 1166 - Dempsey - Provides for cost of living increases for Department of Mental Health contracted community providers
SB 1167 - Stouffer - Modifies various provisions of law relating to members of the military and their families
SB 1168 - Dempsey - Revises the formula for computing a refund for credit insurance
SB 1169 - Champion - Establishes a school-based influenza vaccination pilot program
SB 1170 - Mayer - Creates the Rebuild Missouri Schools Program and allows education boards to enter into lease-purchase agreements with twenty-five successive options
SB 1171 - Goodman - Places a two year moratorium upon the issuance of new licenses to operate excursion gambling boats
SB 1172 - Goodman - Modifies various provisions relating to weapons
SB 1173 - Stouffer - Provides for transfer of long-term care beds to certain new health care facilities
SB 1174 - Goodman - Provides that covenants for transfer fees on real estate shall be unenforceable against subsequent owners
SB 1175 - Goodman - Modifies various provisions of law relating to the Missouri Housing Development Commission
SB 1176 - Barnitz - Makes concealed carry endorsements valid for a period of six years rather than three years
SB 1177 - Barnitz - Designates licensed professional counselors as mental health professionals in certain circumstances
SB 1178 - Barnitz - Modifies property posting provisions
SB 1179 - Crowell - Authorizes the Missouri Veterans' Commission to promulgate any rules necessary to administer current laws regarding the creation and maintenance of veterans' cemeteries
SB 1180 - Crowell - Modifies provisions of law authorizing an income tax exemption for certain retirement benefits
SB 1181 - Engler - Modifies and creates provisions pertaining to energy efficiency and energy regulation
SB 1182 - Smith - Creates the Missouri 4 For More Program to allow four hours of paid leave per month for parents to work with their children in school
SB 1183 - Bray - Modifies the membership on the Missouri Housing Development Commission
SB 1184 - Bray - Modifies various provisions relating to domestic violence
SB 1185 - Gibbons - Modifies various provisions relating to prosecutors
SB 1186 - Engler - Requires applicants to prove citizenship, permanent residence, or lawful presence in order to receive state or local public benefits
SB 1187 - Purgason - Removes the ninety-nine member cap on the Water Patrol membership
SB 1188 - Shields - Modifies provisions of the qualified research expense tax credit program
SB 1189 - Shoemyer - Modifies provisions relating to the virtual public school
SB 1190 - Nodler - Authorizes the division of professional registration to reduce licensure fees by emergency rule under certain circumstances
SB 1191 - Ridgeway - Allows Clay County school boards to enter into agreements for financing of educational facilities
SB 1192 - Ridgeway - Replaces several Medicaid references found in Chapter 376 with the term Mo HealthNet
SB 1193 - Koster - Changes how salaries of county sheriffs are established
SB 1194 - Goodman - Increases the punishment for forcibe rape or sodomy of a child under the age of twelve to be either death or life imprisonment without probation or parole
SB 1195 - Goodman - Requires written test for a hazardous materials endorsement to be administered in English and prohibits the use of language interpreters in connection with it
SB 1196 - Goodman - Requires public bodies to provide requested public records in a certain format if the record cannot be altered by the recipient of the record
SB 1197 - Crowell - Requires drug screening and testing for TANF applicants and recipients
SB 1198 - Purgason - Prohibits the denial of access to horseback riders on state public land where horseback riding has previously been allowed except in certain circumstances
SB 1199 - Goodman - Allows health carriers to offer limited mandate health insurance policies to persons who have had their employment terminated
SB 1200 - Bray - Creates new regulations for the manufacturing and sale of ammunition
SB 1201 - Griesheimer - Modifies several provisions relating to transportation development districts
SB 1202 - Crowell - Allows lenders to charge for home and auto security plans
SB 1203 - Rupp - Allows political subdivisions to elect to cover certain personnel as members of the Missouri local government employees' retirement system
SB 1204 - Goodman - Requires the governor to disclose information regarding tax credits and state contracts
SB 1205 - Goodman - Creates a sales and use tax exemption for utilities, machinery and equipment purchased by certain businesses
SB 1206 - Goodman - Requires local governments to provide 72 hours notice for public meetings
SB 1207 - Goodman - Modifies provisions regarding the sprinkler system requirements for long-term care facilities
SB 1208 - Goodman - Repeals the current procedures regarding criminal activity forfeiture actions and establishes new procedures
SB 1209 - Callahan - Modifies provisions of law relating to taxes and fees
SB 1210 - Callahan - Adds professional corporations of eligible physicians to coverage under the state legal expense fund
SB 1211 - Callahan - Limits the sale of non-compliant cigarettes
SB 1212 - Callahan - Creates the Amy Hestir Davis Student Protection Act
SB 1213 - Bray - Allows senior citizens and disabled persons to defer property tax payment
SB 1214 - Bray - Requires racial and gender equity in the membership of boards, commissions, committees, and councils
SB 1215 - Bray - Enacts the Prevention First Act
SB 1216 - Bray - Establishes the implementation of a health care quality report card
SB 1217 - 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 1218 - Barnitz - Lowers the average total inmate population required to allow a circuit court to appoint an extra circuit court marshal
SB 1219 - Lager - Allows criminal prosecution of mother for harm to unborn child due to intentional and unlawful use of controlled substances
SB 1220 - Lager - Modifies provisions of various state tax credit programs
SB 1221 - Lager - Creates the P-20 Council to create a more efficient and effective education system
SB 1222 - Engler - Requires construction employees to take drug tests before working on projects on school and state property
SB 1223 - Graham - Modifies provisions relating to the Kids' Chance Scholarship Fund
SB 1224 - Mayer - Modifies the deadline for the expiration of fictitious names
SB 1225 - Mayer - Modifies provisions relating to elementary and secondary education
SB 1226 - Mayer - Modifies provisions relating to special education due process hearings
SB 1227 - Mayer - Modifies various provisions relating to confidential law enforcement information
SB 1228 - Justus - Applies the same campaign contribution limits to all committees
SB 1229 - Koster - Requires certain health carriers to provide insurance coverage for the diagnosis and treatment of autism spectrum disorder under certain conditions
SB 1230 - Koster - Modifies the law relating to illegal immigrants
SB 1231 - Loudon - Implements instant runoff voting
SB 1232 - Clemens - Requires high school students to fulfill the personal finance graduation requirement by completing a course through their school district or the virtual public school
SB 1233 - Shields - Designates qualified hospitals as specified myocardial infarction or stroke centers
SB 1234 - Shields - Modifies provisions of the enhanced enterprise tax benefit program
SB 1235 - Justus - Modifies provisions related to a trustee's powers under the Missouri Uniform Trust Code
SB 1236 - Crowell - Allows hunting and fishing permit applicants to receive a voter registration application form as part of the application for such permits
SB 1237 - Goodman - Provides that the filing of criminal charges are not a prerequisite for release on bail
SB 1238 - Goodman - Expands the crime of resisting arrest, stop, or detention
SB 1239 - Dempsey - Makes eligibility for a driver's license for persons under 18 contingent upon documentation that the applicant has complied with school district standards
SB 1240 - Dempsey - Repeals certain liquor control provisions pertaining to wholesalers
SB 1241 - Nodler - Modifies workers' compensation payments to dependents
SB 1242 - Barnitz - Modifies various provisions relating to foster care and adoption
SB 1243 - Barnitz - Expands the crime of resisting arrest, stop, or detention to include resisting an arrest, stop, or detention for any warrant issued by a court or probation and parole officer
SB 1244 - Barnitz - Creates the Entrepreneurial Development Council within the Department of Economic Development
SB 1245 - Nodler - Bars felons from holding public office
SB 1246 - Justus - Modifies the definition of "family or household member" and "domestic violence" in certain provisions
SB 1247 - Coleman - Modifies provisions relating to bail bond and surety recovery agents
SB 1248 - Mayer - Authorizes the development of a schedule for obtaining permits from the Department of Natural Resources for projects that require multiple environmental permits
SB 1249 - Wilson - Authorizes the court to appoint a parenting coordinator to assist with parental disputes regarding child custody or support
SB 1250 - Wilson - Enacts the Foster Care and Adoptive Parents Recruitment and Retention Fund
SB 1251 - Days - Creates an advance voting system for elections
SB 1252 - Days - Extends the distance requirements for electioneering and polling
SB 1253 - Shoemyer - Prohibits commercial use of individual county property tax records
SB 1254 - Green - Creates the "Political Subdivision Services Bidding Standards Act"
SB 1255 - Purgason - Requires applicants to prove citizenship, permanent residence, or lawful presence in order to receive state or local public benefits
SB 1256 - Lager - Repeals provisions of law authorizing the imposition and collection of nonresident earnings taxes by cities
SB 1257 - Goodman - Creates new criminal penalties for killing or assaulting a highway worker
SB 1258 - Goodman - Modifies provisions relating to protections for senior citizens, disabled persons, and children
SB 1259 - Bartle - Requires drug testing for TANF applicants and recipients based upon reasonable suspicion
SB 1260 - Bartle - Requires communities establishing and licensing a geographical information system to provide information regarding costs to license the system
SB 1261 - Bray - Creates requirements and provides incentives for energy efficient products and activities
SB 1262 - Bray - Creates incentives and requirements for renewable energy production and use
SB 1263 - Bray - Modifies energy efficiency requirements for public buildings, creates energy efficiency standards for certain products, and creates home improvement energy efficiency incentive programs
SB 1264 - Bray - Requires hospitals and ambulatory surgical centers to report adverse health events
SB 1265 - Bray - Imposes various regulations (hours of operation, vehicle safety, drug and alcohol screening, etc.) on contract carriers that transport railroad employees
SB 1266 - Bray - Decouples Missouri income tax law from the Internal Revenue Code with regard to depreciation deductions provided by the enactment of the Economic Stimulus Act of 2008
SB 1267 - Bray - Bars the use of direct-recording electronic voting systems in certain circumstances
SB 1268 - Ridgeway - Limits the number of employee withholding exemptions for state income tax purposes
SB 1269 - Ridgeway - Prohibits illegal aliens from being released pending trial, appeal, or any other proceeding
SB 1270 - Ridgeway - Modifies provisions of the enhanced enterprise tax benefit program
SB 1271 - Kennedy - Modifies provisions relating to the public administrator of St. Louis City
SB 1272 - Kennedy - Governs the treatment of quality of care data between health carriers and health care providers
SB 1273 - Wilson - Requires the Department of Elementary and Secondary Education to develop teaching standards for Missouri public schools
SB 1274 - Stouffer - Creates a tax credit for contributions to mentally retarded and developmental type disability care providers
SB 1275 - Vogel - Allows the Director of Revenue to require certain tax returns be filed electronically
SB 1276 - Griesheimer - Modifies provisions of law requiring the creation of county-wide tax increment finance commissions
SB 1277 - Scott - Allows electric and gas corporations to recover expenses for approved energy efficiency investments
SB 1278 - Shields - Removes the requirement that Public Service Commission members reside within 40 miles of Jefferson City
SB 1279 - Clemens - Creates criteria for when certain dairy products shall be considered misbranded
SB 1280 - Clemens - Creates the Livestock Feed and Crop Input Loan Guarantee Program
SB 1281 - Griesheimer - Requires motor vehicle dealers to collect and remit sales tax
SB 1282 - Smith - Requires the Department of Elementary and Secondary Education to contract with an online test preparation company for a customized ACT preparation course for high school juniors
SB 1283 - Dempsey - Creates the Missouri Health Transformation Act
SB 1284 - Ridgeway - Establishes an administrative procedure to suspend driver's licenses and motor vehicle registrations for failure to pay towing charges
SB 1285 - Ridgeway - Requires taxpayer notification of projected property tax liability
SB 1286 - Scott - Modifies the law regarding duties of business owners or operators to guard against criminal acts
SB 1287 - Scott - Requires the juvenile court to have concurrent jurisdiction with the probate court over guardianship actions for children who under the jurisdiction of the juvenile court
SB 1288 - Shields - Modifies lobbyist reporting requirements
SCR 27 - Champion - Encourages the Missouri Supreme Court to work with various entities to efficiently allocate resources among the state judicial circuits
SCR 28 - Justus - Relating to the ratification of the Equal Rights Amendment to the United States Constitution
SCR 29 - Mayer - Requests the U.S. Department of Agriculture to add June 1st and September 1st as additional rice reporting dates on the Agricultural Statistics Board calendar
SCR 30 - Bray - Relating to the ratification of the Equal Rights Amendment to the United States Constitution
SCR 31 - Barnitz - Expresses support for the Chamois ferryboat project and urges various agencies to assist in securing moneys for the location and construction of the ferryboat
SCR 32 - Purgason - 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 North America Union
SCR 33 - Bray - Urges the President of the United States, the State Department and the United States Congress to support the peace process in Sudan
SCR 34 - Purgason - Urges the U.S. Department of Agriculture to keep the National Animal Identification System (NAIS) voluntary
SCR 35 - Shoemyer - Urges the U.S. Congress to support the continuation of horse processing in the United States
SCR 36 - Green - Condemns the actions of the United States Air Force in awarding the contract for replacing the refueling tanker fleet to a non-American company
SCR 37 - Gibbons - Encourages the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers to not implement a spring rise on the Missouri River
SCR 38 - Smith - Urges the U.S. Congress not to grant retroactive immunity to telecommunications companies who have participated in unlawful surveillance of their customers
SCR 39 - Shields - Request the withdrawal of proposed federal rules relating to Direct Graduate Medical Education Funds
SCR 40 - Ridgeway - Urges Congress and the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission to strengthen laws regarding furniture tip-over hazards
SCR 41 - Graham - Urges the United States Air Force to reconsider its decision to replace the KC-135 refueling tanker with a tanker that is substantially built in and supplied by a foreign company
SJR 29 - Loudon - Requires the official dating standard in the state to be A.D., or Anno Domini, and B.C., or Before Christ
SJR 30 - Coleman - Creates an exception to the prohibition against laws retrospective in operation by allowing the sexual offender registry laws to be applied retrospectively
SJR 31 - Bartle - Proposes constitutional change to allow Department of Transportation to construct and maintain toll roads
SJR 32 - Bartle - Creates the Missouri Savings Account in the Constitution
SJR 33 - Ridgeway - Limits reassessment of residential real property to years in which transfer of title occurs
SJR 34 - Crowell - Creates an exception to the prohibition against laws retrospective in operation by allowing the sexual offender registry laws to be applied retrospectively
SJR 35 - Shoemyer - Allows counties and St. Louis City to adopt regulations affecting public health and welfare that are more restrictive than state law
SJR 36 - Graham - Requires that all appropriations by the general assembly cannot exceed the official estimate of state revenues
SJR 37 - Graham - Requires the state treasurer to provide an estimate of available state revenues each fiscal year
SJR 38 - Clemens - Creates a two year budget cycle
SJR 39 - Clemens - Modifies the length and number of terms for Representatives and Senators
SJR 40 - McKenna - Creates a state-wide sales and use tax to fund the Missouri Highway Patrol
SJR 41 - Rupp - Prohibits state courts from levying or imposing new or increased taxes, licenses, or fees without legislative or voter approval
SJR 42 - Griesheimer - Allows special laws to be adopted by the General Assembly when regulating the affairs of counties, cities, towns, or villages, or other political subdivisions within such local governments
SJR 43 - Loudon - Distributes ten percent of general revenue growth to the State Road Fund and the State Transportation Fund
SJR 44 - Loudon - Limits increases in assessed value of residential real property caused by reassessment to the rate of inflation until a transfer of ownership occurs
SJR 45 - Clemens - Modifies requirements relating to the issuance of grants and loans by the Department of Natural Resources for storm water control
SJR 46 - Purgason - Increases term limits for members of the General Assembly from eight years to twelve years in each house
SJR 47 - Wilson - Authorizes the creation of tax free zones
SJR 48 - Stouffer - Institutes a one percent sales and use tax for the purpose of converting Interstate 70 and Interstate 44 into an eight-lane interstate system
SJR 49 - Lager - Prohibits the imposition of any state or local income tax after January 1, 2023
SJR 50 - Lager - Limits general revenue appropriations and mandates state income tax rate reductions in certain situations
SR 1472 - Gibbons - Notice of Proposed Rule Change
SR 1515 - Coleman - Proposes changes to Senate Rule 84
SR 1524 - Shields - Establishes the rates of pay for Senate employees
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