Missouri State Senate
Bills assigned to Financial & Governmental Organizations and Elections

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 744 - Days - Amends laws relating to unsecured loans of $500 or less
SB 752 - Crowell - Defines the term "job order contract"
SB 757 - Engler - Provides for nonpartisan elections of judicial candidates and forbids such candidates from being affiliated with any political party
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 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 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 837 - Bray - Creates the Public Employee Due Process Act
SB 848 - Shoemyer - Requires all offices in the state capitol building to be accessible to individuals with disabilities
SB 850 - Justus - Requires the board of optometry to give notice of its meetings
SB 853 - Smith - Adopts an agreement to elect the president by national popular vote
SB 867 - Shoemyer - Requires state employee salaries to be annually adjusted by the consumer price index
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 883 - Graham - Bars elected officials and members of the general assembly from working as lobbyists
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 917 - Goodman - Creates licensing requirements for prescribing psychologists
SB 926 - Green - Modifies various laws relating to ethics
SB 934 - Dempsey - Prohibits remuneration on a per-signature basis for initiative petition circulators
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 944 - Engler - Modifies the fees the Auditor receives for registering bonds
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 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 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 1003 - Bray - Modifies requirements pertaining to petition circulators
SB 1009 - Loudon - Modifies the current legal requirement that funds conveyed to settlement agents in real estate closings be certified funds
SB 1038 - Shields - Repeals campaign contribution limits and modifies reporting requirements
SB 1056 - Justus - Modifies the membership on the Missouri Housing Development Commission
SB 1061 - Barnitz - Requires county coroners and their assistants to register with the Missouri Coroners' and Medical Examiners' Association
SB 1071 - Smith - Creates a method to publicly finance election campaigns for legislative and gubernatorial candidates
SB 1082 - Days - Modifies the ballot requirements for elections
SB 1083 - Coleman - Modifies law relating to voter registration and election offenses
SB 1102 - Bray - Modifies provisions regarding public officials, lobbyists and campaign finance
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 1119 - Griesheimer - Creates a ten-dollar court cost to reimburse counties for the cost of incarcerating state prisoners
SB 1126 - Scott - Exempts certain independent contractors from being licensed as private investigators
SB 1137 - Green - Modifies Missouri securities law
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 1150 - Barnitz - Extends the sunset provisions for fees to be credited to the technology trust fund
SB 1162 - Clemens - Licenses clinical laboratory science personnel
SB 1175 - Goodman - Modifies various provisions of law relating to the Missouri Housing Development Commission
SB 1177 - Barnitz - Designates licensed professional counselors as mental health professionals in certain circumstances
SB 1187 - Purgason - Removes the ninety-nine member cap on the Water Patrol membership
SB 1190 - Nodler - Authorizes the division of professional registration to reduce licensure fees by emergency rule under certain circumstances
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 1202 - Crowell - Allows lenders to charge for home and auto security plans
SB 1214 - Bray - Requires racial and gender equity in the membership of boards, commissions, committees, and councils
SB 1228 - Justus - Applies the same campaign contribution limits to all committees
SB 1231 - Loudon - Implements instant runoff voting
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 1245 - Nodler - Bars felons from holding public office
SB 1247 - Coleman - Modifies provisions relating to bail bond and surety recovery agents
SB 1251 - Days - Creates an advance voting system for elections
SB 1252 - Days - Extends the distance requirements for electioneering and polling
SB 1267 - Bray - Bars the use of direct-recording electronic voting systems in certain circumstances
SB 1288 - Shields - Modifies lobbyist reporting requirements
SJR 39 - Clemens - Modifies the length and number of terms for Representatives and Senators
SJR 46 - Purgason - Increases term limits for members of the General Assembly from eight years to twelve years in each house
HB 1310 - Hoskins - Modifies the filings for independent candidates
HB 1311 - Hoskins - Imposes certain requirements on write-in candidates for municipal office
HB 1419 - Portwood - Modifies the law relating to licensed massage therapists
HB 1450 - Roorda - Modifies the law relating to terrorism
HB 1474 - Cunningham - Establishes a process for converting manufactured homes from personal property into real property and vice versa
HB 1608 - Ervin - Authorizes counties to preserve electronic images of original cancelled checks instead of the actual check
HB 1616 - Ruzicka - Modifies an exception to those required to be licensed as real estate brokers
HB 1617 - Cunningham - Authorizes financial institutions to assign fiduciary obligations relating to irrevocable life insurance trusts
HB 1689 - Wilson - Transfers the Governor's Council on Disability from the Department of Labor and Industrial Relations to the Office of Administration
HB 1690 - Wilson - Enacts various provisions relating to the transmission of insurance-related information
HB 1700 - Wasson - Modifies the law relating to professional licensing and registration
HB 1707 - Baker - Authorizes school districts to enter into design-build contracts for construction projects costing more than $15,000
HB 1715 - Schad - Modifies various provisions relating to the Water Patrol and watercraft regulations
HB 1763 - Parson - Modifies requirements pertaining to petition circulators
HB 1791 - Cooper - Designates licensed professional counselors as mental health professionals in certain circumstances
HB 2051 - Kelly - Authorizes the Director of the Department of Corrections to serve as or to appoint a member of the Board of Probation and Parole as the acting chairman in the case of a vacancy until the Governor appoints a new chairman
HB 2060 - Deeken - Authorizes minimum amounts of compensation for certain corrections personnel
HB 2064 - Wasson - Modifies the law relating to licensed health care professionals
HB 2065 - Wasson - Modifies the law relating to licensed psychologists
HB 2068 - Wasson - Modifies the law relating to licensed physical therapists and physical therapy assistants
HB 2081 - Dougherty - Modifies the definition of "practice of embalming"
HB 2082 - Dougherty - Modifies the law relating to licensed barbers and cosmetologists
HB 2114 - Zimmerman - Modifies the ballot requirements for elections
HB 2202 - Kelly - 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
HB 2233 - Page - Bars certain individuals from advocating for political appointments
HB 2258 - Pollock - Requires the Commissioner of the State Water Patrol to be appointed by the Governor from its uniformed membership
HB 2321 - Dixon - Modifies the law relating to elections
HB 2590 - Moore - Modifies various provisions relating to civil actions against government entities, agents, officers, and employees
HJR 48 - Cox - Allows laws to be established to require voters to provide valid government-issued photo identification in order to vote

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