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SB 577 - Shields - Modifies various provisions relating to ethics
SB 578 - Shields - Allows port authority boards to establish port improvement districts to fund projects with voter-approved sales taxes or property taxes
SB 579 - Shields - Repeals the law currently prohibiting Kansas City police officers from participating in some political activities
SB 580 - Griesheimer - Modifies various provisions relating to political subdivisions
SB 581 - Griesheimer - Allows the city council of a third class city to submit a question to the voters as an advisory referendum
SB 582 - Griesheimer - WITHDRAWN
SB 583 - Champion - Modifies various provisions relating to the regulation of insurance
SB 584 - Bartle - Requires mandatory review and sunset of certain tax credit programs
SB 585 - Bartle - Allows the Department of Transportation to construct toll roads under certain conditions
SB 586 - Bartle - Regulates sexually oriented businesses
SB 587 - Nodler - Creates the Tenth Amendment Commission
SB 588 - Nodler - Modifies provisions of law requiring notices of projected tax liability
SB 589 - Nodler - Bars felons from holding public office
SB 590 - Bray - Creates the Task Force on the Use of Conducted Energy Devices
SB 591 - Bray - Eliminates the death penalty
SB 592 - Bray - Modifies various provisions relating to domestic violence
SB 593 - Days - Amends laws relating to unsecured loans of $500 or less
SB 594 - Days - Allows adopted persons eighteen and over to obtain copies of their original birth certificate under certain circumstances
SB 595 - Days - WITHDRAWN
SB 596 - Callahan - Establishes the Show-me Small Business Act
SB 597 - Ridgeway - Requires 10% of state contracts be awarded to businesses with less than 25 employees
SB 598 - Ridgeway - Requires all first class counties to accept installment payments for certain property taxes
SB 599 - Ridgeway - Removes the requirement that goods and services be purchased by the state and public institutions from the Vocational Enterprises Program
SB 600 - Crowell - Requires the Office of Administration to provide senators and representatives with access to the dome of the State Capitol
SB 601 - Crowell - WITHDRAWN
SB 602 - Crowell - Requires drug screening and testing for applicants and recipients of Temporary Assistance for Needy Families benefits
SB 603 - Mayer - Creates procedures for open enrollment of public school students across school district boundary lines
SB 604 - Mayer - Prohibits certain large users of water from unduly disrupting farm irrigation activities in the Southeast Missouri Regional Water District
SB 605 - Mayer - Modifies various provisions relating to powers of political subdivisions
SB 606 - Stouffer - Adds comprehensive day services as a covered service under MO HealthNet
SB 607 - Stouffer - Requires drug testing for work-eligible Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF) applicants and recipients based upon reasonable suspicion
SB 608 - Stouffer - Creates a tax credit for contributions to developmental disability care providers and modifies provisions of the Residential Treatment Agency Tax Credit Program
SB 609 - Green - Modifies provisions relating to election judges
SB 610 - Green - Bars employers from requiring employees to disclose user names or passwords
SB 611 - Green - Standardizes window coverings in child care facilities and foster homes
SB 612 - Wilson - Modifies the eligibility requirements for food stamp assistance
SB 613 - Wilson - Modifies the eligibility requirements for food stamp assistance
SB 614 - Wilson - Modifies the definition of "bullying" as used in school district antibullying policies to include cyberbullying and electronic communications
SB 615 - Goodman - Requires drug testing for work-eligible TANF applicants and recipients based upon reasonable suspicion
SB 616 - Goodman - Enacts provisions relating to community health centers
SB 617 - Goodman - Regulates sexually oriented businesses
SB 618 - Rupp - Requires health carriers to provide coverage for the diagnosis and treatment of autism spectrum disorders under certain conditions
SB 619 - Rupp - Repeals the extension of St. Louis City's commercial zone through St. Charles County
SB 620 - Rupp - Adds a circuit judge position within the 45th Judicial Circuit
SB 621 - Lager - Modifies provisions relating to Digital Cadastral Parcel Mapping
SB 622 - Shoemyer - Increases pesticide registration fees and creates the Agriculture Protection Fund
SB 623 - Shoemyer - Modifies provisions of law regarding sales tax refunds
SB 624 - Shoemyer - Allows certain contributions to downtown revitalization preservation development projects to be substituted on a dollar-for-dollar basis for the local match in lieu of taxes and economic activity taxes
SB 625 - Justus - Modifies provisions on child care subsidies
SB 626 - Justus - Prohibits discrimination based upon a person's sexual orientation
SB 627 - Justus - Provides the opportunity for information regarding immunization for the Human Papilloma Virus
SB 628 - Dempsey - Requires the auditor of any county with a charter form of government to take an annual inventory of county property with an original value of $1,000 or more, rather than $250
SB 629 - Dempsey - Establishes the Missouri Healthy Workplace Recognition Program
SB 630 - Cunningham - Modifies various provisions pertaining to manufactured homes
SB 631 - Cunningham - Creates the Amy Hestir Student Protection Act
SB 632 - Cunningham - Modifies provisions relating to dog fighting
SB 633 - Pearce - Modifies the state do-not-call list and creates "paid for by" requirements for political phone calls
SB 634 - Pearce - Creates a tax credit for homes built under green build standards
SB 635 - Pearce - Creates a tax credit for purchases of processed biomass engineered fiber fuel
SB 636 - Lembke - Modifies various provisions of the prompt pay statutes as they relate to the calculation of interest and penalties, the payment of attorney fees, and other ancillary matters
SB 637 - Lembke - Prohibits political subdivisions from using automated photo red light enforcement systems to enforce red light violations
SB 638 - Lembke - Modifies provisions of law authorizing an emergency service sales tax in St. Louis County
SB 639 - Schmitt - Authorizes individuals to sue for MO HealthNet fraud under a state false claims act
SB 640 - Wright-Jones - Creates special rules for the formation of transportation development districts to operate mass transportation systems
SB 641 - Wright-Jones - Requires charter schools to comply with laws and regulations that require the reporting of information by schools, governing boards and school districts to the State Board of Education or Department of Elementary and Secondary Education
SB 642 - Wright-Jones - Requires health carriers to devote a certain percentage of health insurance premiums to be used for the payment of health care services
SB 643 - Keaveny - Allows the City of St. Louis to control its police force without state intervention
SB 644 - Shields - Modifies provisions of law regarding certain taxes to fund tourism and convention centers
SB 645 - Shields - Repeals and reduces certain committees and commissions and sets a sunset date for other committees and commissions
SB 646 - Bray - Creates the crime of negligent storage of a firearm
SB 647 - Bray - Requires equal pay for the same work regardless of gender and establishes a commission to study wage disparities
SB 648 - Bray - Imposes campaign contribution limits for individuals and committees in support of candidates running for public office
SB 649 - Days - Requires the Governor to issue an annual proclamation designating March 12th as "Girl Scout Day"
SB 650 - Days - Requires reporting and providing of information regarding Obstetrical Brachial Plexus injuries
SB 651 - Days - Creates an advance voting system for elections
SB 652 - Ridgeway - Allows jury trials in termination of parental rights actions
SB 653 - Crowell - Prohibits felony sexual offenders whose victim was less than 17 years of age from being allowed to participate in the 120-day "shock incarceration program" in the Department of Corrections
SB 654 - Crowell - Creates the Missouri Special Needs Scholarship Tax Credit Program
SB 655 - Crowell - Changes the scheduling of Ephedrine, Pseudoephedrine, and Phenylpropanolamine to be Schedule III controlled substances
SB 656 - Mayer - WITHDRAWN
SB 657 - Mayer - Designates a portion of State Highway 53 in Butler County from the city limits of Qulin to one mile south of the city limits as the "Johnny Lee Hays Memorial Highway"
SB 658 - Stouffer - Creates a state and local sales tax exemption for sales of farm products made at farmers' markets
SB 659 - Stouffer - Creates sales and use tax exemptions for nondomestic game birds sold for hunting
SB 660 - Wilson - Expands the crime of unlawful use of a weapon to include discharging a firearm in Kansas City for celebratory purposes
SB 661 - Wilson - Creates a trust fund and commission for comprehensive tobacco control
SB 662 - Wilson - Amends various provisions of the Tobacco Master Settlement Agreement
SB 663 - Rupp - Modifies the state do-not-call list and creates "paid for by" requirements for political phone calls
SB 664 - Rupp - Modifies provisions relating to dog fighting
SB 665 - Rupp - Gives public employees serving in the military the option to use any combination of annual leave, compensatory time, military leave, and unpaid leave
SB 666 - Shoemyer - Requires all offices of elected officials in the State Capitol building to be accessible to individuals with disabilities by December 31, 2015
SB 667 - Shoemyer - Requires farmers to register and pay a fee for retaining seed produced from patented genetically-modified seed
SB 668 - Justus - Allows the City of Grandview to impose a transient guest tax
SB 669 - Justus - Allows the City of Grandview to seek voter approval for a sales tax to fund public safety improvements
SB 670 - Justus - Modifies provisions relating to the compromise of taxes and penalties for properties subject to certain actions as abandoned property in Jackson County
SB 671 - Cunningham - Limits increases in assessed value of residential real property until transfer of ownership
SB 672 - Cunningham - Revises the conditions under which school districts may suspend or terminate teacher and administrator contracts
SB 673 - Pearce - Creates the Office of Job Development and Training and modifies the reporting requirements for obtaining unemployment benefits
SB 674 - Wright-Jones - Prohibits public utilities from requiring a deposit from certain delinquent customers
SB 675 - Wright-Jones - Allows the City of St. Louis to control its police force without state intervention through passage of an ordinance
SB 676 - Wright-Jones - Establishes a prostate cancer pilot program to provide screening, referral services, treatment and outreach
SB 677 - Bray - Repeals a portion of the law that provides certain utilities the opportunity to apply for alternate rate schedules in certain circumstances
SB 678 - Bray - Prohibits tri-vision, projection, digital, or other changeable copy technologies from being used on billboards
SB 679 - Bray - Modifies the paperwork requirements for the formation of a new political party and the nomination of independent candidates
SB 680 - Crowell - Modifies provisions pertaining to hazardous substance spills and emergencies
SB 681 - Wilson - Establishes the Duty Free Zones Act
SB 682 - Wilson - Decreases acreage requirements for eligibility under the Distressed Areas Land Assemblage Tax Credit Act
SB 683 - Wilson - Creates an income tax credit for poll workers
SB 684 - Rupp - Modifies provision relating to foreign adoption orders and embryo transfers
SB 685 - Rupp - Authorizes certain regulatory actions against insurance companies operating in hazardous financial conditions and establishes a risk-based capital trend test calculation for testing an insurance company's capital
SB 686 - Rupp - Modifies various provisions of law relating to taxation
SB 687 - Wright-Jones - Requires official motor vehicle inspection and emission stations to have liability insurance to cover damages occurring during a vehicle inspection
SB 688 - Wright-Jones - Requires schools to report certain student enrollment information to the Department of Elementary and Secondary Education
SB 689 - Wright-Jones - Creates the Missouri Clean Energy Technology Center
SB 690 - Bray - Creates the Healthy Pet Act
SB 691 - Wilson - Increases the fee collected to fund the County Homeless Person Assistance Program from $3 to $10, upon voter approval, if such a program has been created by the charter county
SB 692 - Wilson - Criminalizes displaying a noose for the purpose of intimidation
SB 693 - Wilson - Enacts the Foster Care and Adoptive Parents Recruitment and Retention Fund
SB 694 - Wright-Jones - Modifies law relating to voter registration and election offenses
SB 695 - Wright-Jones - Allows elected officials to be excused from jury duty during their term of office
SB 696 - Wright-Jones - Changes the laws regarding sexual education, abortion, and pregnancy prevention
SB 697 - Wright-Jones - Allows St. Louis City to increase its semiannual registration fee for certain vacant property to $600
SB 698 - Griesheimer - Requires certain incumbent local exchange telecommunications companies to reduce intrastate switched exchange access rates
SB 699 - Wilson - Amends laws relating to unsecured loans of $500 or less
SB 700 - Lager - Modifies various provisions of law regarding political subdivisions and the conservation of natural resources
SB 701 - McKenna - Prohibits all drivers, regardless of age, from text messaging while operating motor vehicles
SB 702 - Schaefer - WITHDRAWN
SB 703 - Vogel - Modifies provisions relating to the imposition of transient guest taxes by certain local governments
SB 704 - Griesheimer - WITHDRAWN
SB 705 - Griesheimer - Modifies provisions related to rates charged by natural gas corporations and provisions of Utilicare assistance
SB 706 - Rupp - Requires the Department of Insurance to review life insurance producer license examinations if examinations show an overall pass rate of less than 70 percent for first-time examinees
SB 707 - McKenna - Modifies provisions relating to teacher and school employee retirement systems
SB 708 - McKenna - Modifies laws affecting limited liability companies, limited partnerships, and nonprofit companies
SB 709 - Shoemyer - Licenses auto body repair facilities and physical damage appraisers
SB 710 - Bray - Subjects Chapter 383 malpractice associations to stricter insurance regulations
SB 711 - Bray - Modifies provisions relating to the individual income tax
SB 712 - Bray - Establishes a Commission on the Reorganization of State Health Care
SB 713 - Mayer - Allows public library districts to seek voter approval for a sales tax to fund libraries within such districts
SB 714 - Crowell - Modifies provisions relating to retirement
SB 715 - Crowell - Reorganizes the state health care system
SB 716 - Goodman - Modifies several provisions of law relating to transportation and the regulation of motor vehicles
SB 717 - Vogel - Requires statements of no tax due for state and local business licenses and for receipt of payments from the State Legal Defense Fund
SB 718 - Crowell - Modifies provisions of the Missouri Development Finance Fund Contribution Tax Credit Program
SB 719 - Bray - Requires racial and gender equity in the membership of boards, commissions, committees, and councils
SB 720 - Bray - Requires the Department of Transportation to provide full consideration for bicyclists, pedestrians, disabled persons, and transit users in its plans, programs, and projects
SB 721 - Nodler - Modifies provisions relating to required travel club assets
SB 722 - Bray - Establishes the Missouri Universal Health Assurance Program
SB 723 - Bray - Requires the state Highways and Transportation Commission to collect certain billboard fees to pay for the removal of billboards
SB 724 - Griesheimer - Modifies provisions of the Motor Vehicle Franchise Practices Act
SB 725 - Rupp - Requires drug screening and testing for TANF applicants and recipients
SB 726 - Bray - Exempts admission fees for yoga and certain other physical training programs from state and local sales and use tax
SB 727 - Bray - Creates statutory warranties for home buyers and homeowners and also prevents home solicitors from engaging in certain deceptive practices
SB 728 - Crowell - Requires appropriations for allocations of state tax credits
SB 729 - McKenna - Modifies provisions relating to political subdivision contract bidding
SB 730 - Schaefer - Freezes the per diem amount for members of the General Assembly for two years
SB 731 - Crowell - Modifies provisions relating to private probation services
SB 732 - Cunningham - Requires public higher education institutions to annually report on steps taken to ensure intellectual diversity
SB 733 - Pearce - Modifies provisions of the Bright Flight Scholarship Program and Access Missouri Financial Assistance Program
SB 734 - Pearce - Requires Regional Professional Development Centers to provide assistance to school districts and modifies gifted education requirements
SB 735 - Cunningham - Requires public libraries to adopt policies on the placement of books and other materials that are obscene or pornographic for minors
SB 736 - McKenna - Modifies provisions of law regarding the collection of taxes
SB 737 - Days - Modifies the law relating to lost and unclaimed property
SB 738 - Crowell - Modifies procedures relating to infractions
SB 739 - Lembke - Modifies the provisions governing fire department employee residency requirements
SB 740 - Lembke - Exempts prosecuting and circuit attorneys who have completed the firearms safety training course required to obtain a conceal carry endorsement from certain otherwise unlawful uses of a weapon
SB 741 - Griesheimer - Allows members of an ambulance district board of directors to be subject to recall from office
SB 742 - Shoemyer - Modifies the membership of the MO HealthNet Oversight Committee
SB 743 - Shoemyer - Allows cities, towns, villages, and counties to impose a property tax to fund cemetery maintenance
SB 744 - Pearce - Mandates that insurers provide coverage for eating disorders and establishes the Missouri Eating Disorder Council to administer various eating disorder education and awareness programs
SB 745 - Bray - Creates a statewide energy code for new building construction and renovation
SB 746 - Griesheimer - Imposes various billboard standards to billboards adjacent to Interstate 70 and Interstate 44 during periods of interstate construction
SB 747 - Rupp - Prohibits health insurance exchanges established in Missouri from offering health insurance policies or optional riders that provide coverage for elective abortions
SB 748 - Rupp - Requires uninsured motorists to forfeit recovery of noneconomic damages under certain circumstances
SB 749 - Rupp - Requires that members of the National Guard be informed of the risks of depleted uranium and that certain veterans be informed of available federal treatment for exposure to depleted uranium
SB 750 - Rupp - Prohibits motor vehicle dealers from selling or leasing motor vehicles that do not comply with Missouri's tinted window law
SB 751 - Lembke - Designates a portion of Lindbergh Boulevard in St. Louis County as "Dave Sinclair Boulevard"
SB 752 - Lembke - Allows a "LEGION OF MERIT" special license plate for any person who has been awarded this military service award
SB 753 - Dempsey - Allows county commissions to invest cemetery trust funds in certificates of deposit
SB 754 - Dempsey - Modifies provisions related to cemeteries, the licensing of certain professions, death certificates, public assistance programs, and various other provisions
SB 755 - Griesheimer - Modifies sales tax provision contained in transportation development district law
SB 756 - Bray - Allows certain political subdivisions to satisfy statutory publication requirements by posting certain information on their web sites
SB 757 - Rupp - Establishes the Joint Committee on Recovery Accountability and Transparency, requires amounts withheld from the state budget and out of state travel to be posted on the Missouri Accountability Portal, and requires county auditors to inventory certain property
SB 758 - Rupp - Requires notes, bonds, and other instruments in writing issued by the Bi-State Development Agency to mature not more than 40 years from the date of issuance, rather than 30 years
SB 759 - Green - Modifies Missouri Securities Act
SB 760 - Green - Allows the Secretary of State to regulate the sale of variable annuities
SB 761 - Green - Institutes procedures for public employee collective bargaining
SB 762 - Green - Enacts various regulations pertaining to contract carriers that transport railroad employees
SB 763 - Green - Modifies the prohibition on certain stormwater fees charged by the Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District
SB 764 - Green - Regulates the operation of certain cranes
SB 765 - Shoemyer - Creates a tax credit for equity investments in qualified Missouri businesses
SB 766 - Shoemyer - Creates procedures for crop sampling by a patent holder of genetically modified seed
SB 767 - Bartle - Removes the restriction on certain counties using a court fee for courtroom renovation and technology
SB 768 - Bartle - Modifies provisions relating to school districts charging tuition for non-resident children of district teachers and employees
SB 769 - Scott - Modifies provisions regarding sales taxation of trade-in or exchange transactions
SB 770 - Scott - Modifies the definition of "health benefit plan" and "health carrier" to exclude coverage provided by supplemental insurance policies
SB 771 - Scott - Modifies provisions relating to financial institutions offering bids to become the official county depositary
SB 772 - Scott - Removes the minimum time for holding investments in the Missouri Higher Education Savings Program
SB 773 - Dempsey - Allows owners of automated teller machines to charge access fees to those with bank accounts in foreign countries
SB 774 - Lembke - Creates additional measures intended to increase safety at the Department of Mental Health
SB 775 - Days - Adds an additional weight for gifted education to the elementary and secondary education funding formula
SB 776 - Days - Requires that two of three commissioners appointed in condemnation cases be real estate brokers or appraisers
SB 777 - Pearce - Allows for the sale of certain financial products and plans associated with certain loan transactions and enacts various measures to ensure insurer financial solvency
SB 778 - Pearce - Changes an expiration date on state universities being able to convey land without authorization from the General Assembly and allows the Governor to convey certain state property
SB 779 - Bartle - Modifies provisions relating to the DNA profiling system
SB 780 - Bartle - Makes refusing to submit to chemical testing a separate offense and changes the time line for when a DWI arrest without a warrant must occur
SB 781 - McKenna - Modifies various provisions relating to the regulation of motor vehicles
SB 782 - McKenna - Authorizes the Department of Revenue to transmit certain statutory notices via electronic mail
SB 783 - Justus - Provides that certain aliens who meet certain requirements will receive in-state tuition at college and universities
SB 784 - Schaefer - Changes amounts of financial assistance awards for the Access Missouri Financial Assistance Program
SB 785 - Schaefer - Requires certain telephone companies to reduce intrastate exchange access fees and dedicates funding in the Universal Service Fund to replace lost revenue
SB 786 - Rupp - Requires health benefit plans to provide orally administered anticancer medications on a basis no less favorable than intravenously administered anticancer medications
SB 787 - Rupp - Modifies the process for appealing a decision of the Department of Public Safety regarding a crime victims' compensation fund claim
SB 788 - Lembke - Establishes the Students First Interscholastic Athletics Act to allow each student of high school age the opportunity to seek to participate in interscholastic athletics
SB 789 - Shoemyer - Modifies provisions of the New Generation Cooperative Tax Credit Program to authorize tax credits for early-stage market feasibility projects
SB 790 - Shoemyer - Exempts personally identifiable information used in voluntary disaster or emergency response registries from open records law
SB 791 - Griesheimer - Modifies provisions pertaining to sewer and water utilities
SB 792 - Dempsey - Modifies provisions relating to abortion
SB 793 - Mayer - Modifies provisions relating to abortion
SB 794 - Mayer - Allows an applicant to receive 2 license plates for any property-carrying commercial vehicle
SB 795 - Mayer - Modifies various provisions regarding animals and agriculture
SB 796 - Bray - Modifies requirements pertaining to petition circulators
SB 797 - Green - Provides for the prosecuting attorney system in Missouri to be converted to a district attorney system
SB 798 - Crowell - Gives the Revisor of Statutes the discretion to produce the revised statutes in an electronic format and eliminates the required printing of the statutes
SB 799 - Crowell - Modifies provisions regarding MO HealthNet's authority to collect payment from third party payers
SB 800 - Bray - Modifies ethics laws for public officials and lobbyists
SB 801 - Rupp - Requires credit reporting agencies to block information in a consumer's credit report that resulted from identity theft
SB 802 - Schmitt - Establishes the Proof of Concept Business Finance Program
SB 803 - Schmitt - Requires charter county assessors to provide taxpayers with information regarding the determination of assessed value
SB 804 - Schmitt - Establishes each February 14th as Epilepsy Awareness Day
SB 805 - Shields - Allows the Children's Division to request a juvenile officer to take a child into protective custody under certain circumstances
SB 806 - Bartle - Modifies provisions relating to children who are victims of pornographic offenses
SB 807 - Callahan - Gives the court discretion to hold a hearing in certain protective order cases
SB 808 - Callahan - Modifies compensation and continuing education requirements for public administrators
SB 809 - Goodman - Modifies provisions regarding MO HealthNet's authority to collect payment from third party payers
SB 810 - Lager - Modifies provisions relating to the regulation of fireworks
SB 811 - Keaveny - Amends laws relating to unsecured loans of $500 or less
SB 812 - Schmitt - Creates various specialty license plates and modifies the administrative process for issuing and developing specialty license plates
SB 813 - Griesheimer - Provides the director of the department of economic development discretion to increase tax incentives under certain programs for the benefit of Missouri businesses
SB 814 - Justus - Creates the crimes of assault of an employee of a mass transit system while in the scope of his or her duties in the first, second, and third degree
SB 815 - Bartle - Modifies provisions relating to elementary and secondary education
SB 816 - Lembke - Modifies provisions of law allowing interest on overpayments of income tax
SB 817 - Lembke - Extends the sunset on the Homestead Preservation Tax Credit
SB 818 - Lembke - Modifies various provisions relating to the initiative and referendum process
SB 819 - Lembke - Allows employees of certain employers to take a leave of absence for civil air patrol emergency service duty or counter narcotics missions
SB 820 - McKenna - Updates Missouri's traffic laws to reflect that the majority of pedestrian control signals now display the international symbols for pedestrian control
SB 821 - Nodler - Requires drug testing for work-eligible Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF) applicants and recipients based upon reasonable suspicion
SB 822 - Keaveny - Increases the fine for seat belt violations from $10 to $50
SB 823 - Ridgeway - Exempts utilities, machinery, and equipment used in data storage from state and local sales and use tax
SB 824 - Clemens - Authorizes the State Veterinarian to restrict the movement of animals or birds under investigation for carrying a toxin
SB 825 - Clemens - Prohibits the substitution of anti-epileptic drugs under certain circumstances
SB 826 - Griesheimer - Authorizes sales taxes to fund ambulance and fire protection services
SB 827 - Schaefer - Allows for the extension of certain county taxes upon voter approval
SB 828 - Schaefer - Provides for the county counselor of Boone County to receive state money for performing duties related to mental health and mental heath facilities
SB 829 - Schaefer - Modifies provisions regarding the justice system
SB 830 - Schaefer - Allows Boone County to adopt regulations to control the minimum standards of occupancy for residential units and to develop a program for licensing and inspecting the units
SB 831 - Schaefer - Allows counties of the first classification to establish curfews for persons under the age of 17 and makes such violations of such curfews class C misdemeanors
SB 832 - Dempsey - Creates the Large Carnivore Act which regulates the possession and care of certain non-native big cats and bears
SB 833 - Goodman - Allows corporate board members to consent to certain actions by electronic transmission
SB 834 - Rupp - Establishes a procedure for the voluntary liquidation and dissolution of domestic stock insurance companies
SB 835 - Rupp - Modifies provisions relating to charter schools
SB 836 - Justus - Specifies that courts may establish DWI dockets or courts and modifies other criminal and administrative procedures for certain intoxication-related offenses
SB 837 - Rupp - Modifies various provisions relating to the fraudulent procurement, possession, display, application or use of certain motor vehicle documents
SB 838 - Rupp - Modifies provisions relating to charter schools
SB 839 - Wright-Jones - Modifies provisions of law regarding licensed gambling
SB 840 - Schmitt - Creates a tax credit to attract sporting events to the state
SB 841 - Schmitt - Designates various stretches of highways after deceased individuals
SB 842 - Schmitt - Modifies provisions relating to public assistance programs administered by the state
SB 843 - Shoemyer - Modifies provisions of the Circuit Breaker Property Tax Credit Program
SB 844 - Shields - Modifies the law relating to ethics
SB 845 - Barnitz - Modifies the law relating to voter registration and absentee ballots for overseas voters
SB 846 - Barnitz - Modifies the law relating to lost or unclaimed military medals
SB 847 - Barnitz - Modifies the law relating to the delivery and counting of absentee ballots for federal service members and absent service voters
SB 848 - Barnitz - Modifies various provisions pertaining to utilities, energy, and animal care
SB 849 - Barnitz - Modifies provisions of law regarding emergency service boards
SB 850 - Barnitz - Provides procedures for cities and sewer districts in certain counties to develop agreements regarding sewer service for annexed areas
SB 851 - Schmitt - Requires at least 4 days notice before voting by governing bodies of local governments on tax increases, eminent domain, and certain districts and projects
SB 852 - Lager - Modifies the law relating to the Missouri Human Rights Act and employment discrimination
SB 853 - Keaveny - Allows a law enforcement agency to file a motion, on its own behalf in circuit court, to properly dispose of seized property
SB 854 - Keaveny - Limits the disclosure of the identity of a police officer in an investigative report
SB 855 - Schaefer - Allows the State Registrar to issue heritage birth or marriage certificates celebrating the unique heritage of Missouri citizens
SB 856 - Schaefer - Expands the definition of "persistent misdemeanor offender"
SB 857 - Schaefer - Expands the definition of "dangerous felony", for which a person must serve 85% of his or her sentence
SB 858 - Schaefer - Expands the crime of failure to return to confinement
SB 859 - Schaefer - Makes a third assault offense, regardless of the degree, a class D felony
SB 860 - Bray - Modifies the date by which certain political subdivisions must set property tax rates
SB 861 - Dempsey - Requires accreditation for noninvasive vascular laboratories
SB 862 - Callahan - Authorizes the City of Sugar Creek to impose a transient guest tax
SB 863 - Callahan - Authorizes the City of Raytown to seek voter approval for the imposition of a transient guest tax to fund tourism and convention facilities
SB 864 - Lembke - Prohibits political subdivisions from using automated traffic enforcement systems to enforce traffic violations unless violations are prosecuted criminally and points are imposed
SB 865 - Wilson - Provides for parent coordination in high conflict cases involving marriage, legal separation, paternity, or modification
SB 866 - Wright-Jones - Modifies provisions relating to hospital patient safety
SB 867 - Mayer - Modifies various provisions relating to real estate liens
SB 868 - Shields - Creates state and local sales and use tax exemptions for data storage centers and server farm facilities
SB 869 - Griesheimer - Increases certain motor vehicle safety inspection fees and requires highway patrol to issue rules to computerize the Vehicle Safety Inspection Program
SB 870 - Schaefer - Assigns certain characteristics to the treatment of conservation easements under the law
SB 871 - Schaefer - Modifies provisions relating to county purchases
SB 872 - Bray - Prohibits the use of expiration dates or service fees on gift certificates
SB 873 - Wright-Jones - Allows the Missouri Film Commission to contract with film offices of other states to create and market regional film districts
SB 874 - Pearce - Modifies sewer district board of trustee membership and sewer subdistrict bond issuance procedures in certain counties
SB 875 - Dempsey - Modifies the minimum wage for employees under 20 years of age
SB 876 - Stouffer - Modifies the membership of the panel that establishes the criteria for grants from the Missouri Military Family Relief Fund
SB 877 - Keaveny - Modifies provisions relating to child support
SB 878 - Lembke - Allows debts owed to ambulance service providers to be collected from income tax refunds and lottery winnings of patients
SB 879 - Schaefer - Provides certain offenders with credit for time served for successful completion of substance or alcohol abuse treatment within the Department of Corrections
SB 880 - Schaefer - Modifies various provisions relating to intoxication-related traffic offenses
SB 881 - Green - Modifies various provisions relating to political subdivisions
SB 882 - Green - Modifies various provisions relating to the Ethics Commission
SB 883 - Dempsey - Modifies provisions of law regarding certain license taxes imposed by cities
SB 884 - Schaefer - Amends various provisions of the Tobacco Master Settlement Agreement
SB 885 - Schaefer - Modifies provisions pertaining to the storage and dispensing of motor fuel
SB 886 - Schaefer - Requires counties and municipalities to adopt a plumbing code with certain standards
SB 887 - Schaefer - Modifies provisions relating to political subdivisions, controlled substances, law enforcement agencies, taxes, tax credits, waste management and crimes
SB 888 - Crowell - Bars employers from requiring employees to engage in or cease engaging in certain labor practices
SB 889 - Crowell - Prohibits the state minimum wage from exceeding the federal minimum wage
SB 890 - Crowell - Places a one year moratorium on the authorization of low income housing tax credits
SB 891 - Crowell - Modifies provisions of certain tax credit programs
SB 892 - Days - Modifies provisions governing the regulation of the bail bond industry by the Department of Insurance
SB 893 - Days - Requires a law enforcement agency to enter certain information regarding orders of protection into the Missouri Uniform Law Enforcement system within 24 hours and modifies various other provisions of law
SB 894 - Dempsey - Requires state employee health care plan to offer actuarially equivalent benefit products to Medicare eligible participants and enacts various provisions relating to the diagnosis and treatment of autism spectrum disorders
SB 895 - Dempsey - Establishes the Missouri Science and Innovation Reinvestment Act
SB 896 - Shields - Requires the boards of the Missouri State Employees' Retirement System and the Missouri Department of Transportation and Highway Patrol Employees' Retirement System to create a defined contribution retirement plan for certain employees and judges
SB 897 - Lager - Modifies provisions pertaining to utilities and certain clean water requirements and fees
SB 898 - Pearce - Authorizes the City of Peculiar to seek voter approval to impose a sales tax for public safety improvements
SB 899 - Pearce - Establishes the Missouri Promise Program to provide financial awards to students pursuing higher education at certain institutions
SB 900 - Rupp - Makes numerous revisions to the Missouri Life and Health Insurance Guaranty Association Act
SB 901 - Lembke - Allows the Commissioner of Administration to expedite the bid process for state purchasing contracts under certain circumstances
SB 902 - Nodler - Requires nonresidents to maintain financial responsibility which conforms to the requirements of the laws of the nonresident's state of residence
SB 903 - Bray - Modifies provisions of law regarding metropolitan zoological parks and museum districts
SB 904 - Bray - Repeals the Clean Indoor Air Act and enacts new provisions relating to the prohibition of smoking in public places
SB 905 - Bray - Implements the provisions of the Streamlined Sales and Use Tax Agreement
SB 906 - Bray - Modifies various tax provisions
SB 907 - Rupp - Creates the Early High School Graduation Scholarship Program for public high school students who graduate from high school early
SB 908 - Green - Revises provisions relating to the renamed Missouri Brain Injury Advisory Council
SB 909 - Green - Allows persons who have been awarded the combat action badge to obtain "COMBAT ACTION" specialized license plates
SB 910 - Lembke - Modifies provisions relating to child support when there is equal parenting time
SB 911 - Shields - Authorizes the issuance of tax credits for Show-me Fund Projects under the Quality Jobs Act
SB 912 - Cunningham - Expands the ban on public fund expenditures for political purposes and bars lobbyists from serving on advisory committees
SB 913 - Cunningham - Prohibits a municipality from requiring any of its employees to reside within the municipality if the only public school district fails to meet certain accreditation standards
SB 914 - Cunningham - Exempts wholesale drug distributors who meet certain conditions from having to obtain a license from the Board of Pharmacy for out-of-state distribution sites
SB 915 - Barnitz - Authorizes Montgomery County to seek voter approval for the imposition of a transient guest tax
SB 916 - Barnitz - Allows the City of Waynesville to seek voter approval to impose a transient guest tax
SB 917 - Schaefer - Enacts provisions relating to health care data standardization and transparency
SB 918 - Schaefer - Establishes provisions regarding pharmacy benefit managers
SB 919 - Ridgeway - Changes the date for submission of a consolidated public library district's annual report to the district board, county commission, and state library
SB 920 - Keaveny - Modifies provisions of law relating to trusts and wills
SB 921 - Callahan - Updates the Uniform Interstate Family Support Act
SB 922 - Callahan - Authorizes the creation of Missouri Jobs for the Future Districts
SB 923 - Mayer - Establishes the Missouri Catastrophe Fund to help protect property and casualty insurers against insolvencies caused by earthquakes
SB 924 - Griesheimer - Authorizes the issuance of tax credits for Show-me Fund Projects under the Quality Jobs Act
SB 925 - Dempsey - Prohibits agreements between health carriers and providers from containing provisions that requires providers to disclose their reimbursement rates under contracts with other health carriers
SB 926 - Shoemyer - Creates the Local Foods Initiative to encourage market opportunities for food produced close to its point of consumption
SB 927 - Cunningham - Requires certification for certain contractors who work on fire sprinkler systems
SB 928 - Lager - Modifies provisions of law regarding the sales tax treatment of sales for resale
SB 929 - Lager - Makes it lawful for Caldwell County to enter into a contract with private corporations engaged in delivering water at wholesale for domestic consumption
SB 930 - Justus - Creates a death penalty commission and a moratorium on the death penalty until January 1, 2014
SB 931 - Justus - Requires health insurance policies to cover dental care services for pregnant women
SB 932 - Shoemyer - Enacts provisions regarding office accessibility in the State Capitol building offices
SB 933 - Dempsey - Requires chiropractors to be reimbursed under MO HealthNet for providing services currently covered and within the scope of chiropractic practice
SB 934 - Griesheimer - Modifies the law relating to mechanic's lien rights
SB 935 - Griesheimer - Modifies the law relating to priority in mechanic's lien rights
SB 936 - Pearce - Establishes the Missouri Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics Initiative within the Department of Higher Education
SB 937 - Justus - Includes certain purchases of bicycles in the sales tax holiday for certain clothing, personal computers, and school supplies purchased for personal use
SB 938 - Justus - Modifies provisions relating to the Public School Retirement System of Kansas City
SB 939 - Barnitz - Modifies the use of the Consumer Price Index to measure tuition rates for public institutions of higher education
SB 940 - Pearce - Modifies various provisions relating to bingo
SB 941 - Clemens - Modifies various provisions relating to watercraft regulations
SB 942 - Rupp - Modifies provisions relating to municipal annexation
SB 943 - Shields - Modifies provisions relating to elementary and secondary education funding and planning processes
SB 944 - Shields - Creates state and local sales and use tax exemptions
SB 945 - Bray - Modifies provisions relating to court actions by the Department of Mental Health and to taxation
SB 946 - Bray - Changes the requirements for school anti-bullying policies
SB 947 - Dempsey - Requires telecommunications companies to offer similar procedures for cancelling service as what is offered for acquiring service
SB 948 - Crowell - Enacts provisions relating to an individual's right to participate in a health care system
SB 949 - Crowell - Modifies the distribution of funds through the elementary and secondary education foundation formula when appropriated funds are insufficient or when funds are withheld
SB 950 - Bray - Allows small employers to obtain medical coverage through the Missouri Consolidated Health Care Plan
SB 951 - Wright-Jones - Allows certain medical consultants who contract with the Department of Social Services and the Department of Mental Health to be covered by the State Legal Expense Fund
SB 952 - Wright-Jones - Requires newly constructed state buildings to meet certain green building standards
SB 953 - Wright-Jones - Requires a permit for dental assistants and dental hygienists to perform expanded-functions duties
SB 954 - Crowell - Requires appropriations for allocations of state tax credits
SB 955 - Wright-Jones - Allows physicians to use expedited partner therapy by dispensing and prescribing medications for partners of persons with certain sexually transmitted diseases
SB 956 - Keaveny - Allows foreign language immersion charter schools to enroll 4 year old children
SB 957 - Green - Creates provisions relating to electricity generation from combined heat and power systems
SB 958 - Green - Modifies provisions pertaining to asbestos
SB 959 - Schmitt - Creates a State False Claims Act
SB 960 - Lembke - Repeals and modifies provisions deemed to be obsolete
SB 961 - Lembke - Repeals and modifies duplicate statutes
SB 962 - Schaefer - Modifies provisions relating to gifted education
SB 963 - Shoemyer - Transfers the administration of the Minority Teaching Scholarship and the Minority and Underrepresented Environmental Literacy Program to the Department of Higher Education
SB 964 - Barnitz - Allows criminal investigators with the Department of Revenue to be appointed by the department director as peace officers and to carry firearms
SB 965 - Barnitz - Places a surcharge on certain electricity generated from nuclear sources
SB 966 - Barnitz - Modifies provisions pertaining to enhanced 911 services
SB 967 - Cunningham - Allows any winery, distiller, manufacturer, wholesaler or brewer to provide beverage samples on a licensed retail premises for tasting purposes
SB 968 - Stouffer - Lowers the age requirement for a concealed carry endorsement from 23 to 21
SB 969 - Keaveny - Modifies provisions relating to school attendance
SB 970 - Lembke - Exempts transportation management companies, and their subcontractors, who contract with the state from certain regulations
SB 971 - Lembke - Requires the Department of Health and Senior Services to make available resources relating to umbilical cord blood
SB 972 - Dempsey - Enacts provisions relating to documents and materials for health insurance enrollees
SB 973 - Ridgeway - Authorizes state and local sales and use tax exemptions for shooting ranges
SB 974 - Mayer - Designates a portion of Highway 80 in New Madrid County as the "Gene Curtis Memorial Highway"
SB 975 - Schaefer - Authorizes the use of an electronic death registration system
SB 976 - Rupp - Creates the Race to the Top Fund to receive any funds received from the federal government through the Race to the Top Program
SB 977 - Rupp - Requires courts to not electronically display protective order cases, unless a full order of protection is granted
SB 978 - Rupp - Enacts various provisions of law related to the treatment of qualified financial contracts and similar agreements in insurance insolvency proceedings
SB 979 - Rupp - Requires long-term care insurance rates to be approved by the Director of the Department of Insurance as a condition of issuance of such policies within Missouri
SB 980 - Pearce - Requires the Joint Committee on Education to conduct a study on voluntary prekindergarten in Missouri
SB 981 - Callahan - Modifies various provisions of law regarding sales taxes
SB 982 - Bray - Enacts the Prevention First Act
SB 983 - Bray - Creates the Missouri Energy Efficiency Performance Standard
SB 984 - Lembke - Modifies the provision of law which makes it a class B misdemeanor for any gaming licensee to exchange tokens, chips, or other forms of credit used on gambling games for anything of value
SB 985 - Goodman - Modifies certain requirements about identification information in certain court pleadings, liens, notices of garnishment, and writs of sequestration
SB 986 - Barnitz - Authorizes physical therapists to accept prescriptions for treatment from advanced practice registered nurses licensed in Missouri
SB 987 - Stouffer - Increases the statutory award amount for research projects funded by the University of Missouri Board of Curators
SB 988 - Shoemyer - Creates registration, reporting, and fee requirements for composting facilities
SB 989 - Shoemyer - Modifies provisions of law allowing certain counties to impose a tax to fund road rock purchases
SB 990 - Scott - Reauthorizes the Children's Vision Examination Program pursuant to the Missouri Sunset Act
SB 991 - Scott - Eliminates, combines, and revises certain state boards, commissions, committees, and councils
SB 992 - Clemens - Creates the Missouri Farmland Trust
SB 993 - Crowell - Authorizes the Governor to convey certain state properties
SB 994 - Crowell - Creates the Missouri Electrical Industry Licensing Board to license certain electrical contractors
SB 995 - Justus - Authorizes the Department of Corrections to establish a pilot program for a mental health assessment process
SB 996 - Justus - Modifies provisions regarding licensure of residential care facilities and foster homes
SB 997 - Scott - Modifies educational requirements for obtaining a substitute teacher license
SB 998 - Schaefer - Enacts the Uniform Premarital Agreement Act
SB 999 - Schaefer - Modifies provisions of the Enhanced Enterprise Zone Program
SB 1000 - Green - Transfers certain stated amounts from 23 funds to the State General Revenue Fund
SB 1001 - Griesheimer - Requires the Governor to annually issue a proclamation setting apart the first week of May as "Local Government Week" in Missouri
SB 1002 - Wilson - Authorizes the establishment of the Kansas City Zoological District
SB 1003 - Pearce - Modifies the requirements for private investigator licensing
SB 1004 - Schaefer - Increases the penalty for endangering the welfare of a child in the first degree when the person creates a substantial risk to the life of a child under the age or 5 by shaking him or her
SB 1005 - Schaefer - Changes the laws regarding the use of deadly force by a private property owner or lessor, exempts antique firearms from certain weapons offenses, and modifies provisions concerning concealed carry endorsements
SB 1006 - Schaefer - Modifies and creates provisions pertaining to water quality
SB 1007 - Dempsey - Amends various requirements for public assistance programs administered by the state
SB 1008 - Bray - Requires installers of modular units to be licensed and regulated by the Public Service Commission in the same manner as manufactured home installers
SB 1009 - Bray - Establishes the implementation of a Health Care Quality Report Card
SB 1010 - Bray - Establishes the Compassionate Assistance for Rape Emergencies Act
SB 1011 - Griesheimer - Modifies provisions of law providing for the reimbursement of costs incurred in assessing property for tax purposes
SB 1012 - Lager - Modifies provisions relating to water quality laboratory testing
SB 1013 - Lembke - Modifies the law that limits indemnity agreements in construction work contracts
SB 1014 - Bartle - Modifies provisions relating to crime
SB 1015 - Clemens - Creates a state permit that supercedes local permits for certain vendors at farmer's markets
SB 1016 - Mayer - Provides the Department of Revenue with various mechanisms for the enforcement and collection of state taxes
SB 1017 - Mayer - Extends the sunsets on certain provider taxes
SB 1018 - Nodler - Grants priority in the fee office competitive bidding to nonprofit organizations if their primary administrative office is located in the same county, legislative district, or senatorial district as the fee office bid upon
SB 1019 - Barnitz - Expands the allowable uses of the Loan Guaranty Program for agricultural business development loans
SB 1020 - Barnitz - Modifies the Hero at Home Program
SB 1021 - Shoemyer - Allows school districts that lost days due to H1N1 influenza in the 2009-2010 school year to not have to make up those days
SB 1022 - Stouffer - Adds to the list of entities that are required to report disciplinary action against health care professionals
SB 1023 - Cunningham - Modifies provisions regarding hospital licensure
SB 1024 - Cunningham - Modifies provisions relating to teachers
SB 1025 - Goodman - Allows $9,999 in an irrevocable trust for certain funeral expenses to not be considered an asset when determining eligibility for public assistance
SB 1026 - Rupp - Denies unemployment benefits for those with outstanding overpayment penalties
SB 1027 - Rupp - Modifies Missouri's highway corridor preservation process
SB 1028 - Rupp - Reduces the maximum penalty on delinquent county property taxes
SB 1029 - Rupp - Instructs the Director of the Department of Public Safety to conduct a study regarding the safety of rural lettered highways in Missouri
SB 1030 - Rupp - Creates the Behavior Analyst Advisory Board and requires licensing to engage in applied behavior analysis
SB 1031 - Bray - Modifies law regarding property insurance
SB 1032 - Bray - Creates a whistleblower program for securities violations
SB 1033 - Bray - Requires the State Board of Education to establish school improvement standards to be used by charter school sponsors to annually evaluate charter schools
SB 1034 - Bray - Recognizes certain codes, including specific building, residential, fire, plumbing, mechanical, and electrical codes, as the Missouri state construction codes to be adopted by certain political subdivisions
SB 1035 - Bray - Requires parental consent for blood donors under 18 years of age
SB 1036 - Bray - Allows senior citizens and disabled persons to defer property tax payments
SB 1037 - Bray - Allows the formation of clean energy development boards to finance energy projects
SB 1038 - Bray - Modifies provisions relating to services provided by the Department of Social Services in county offices
SB 1039 - Pearce - Requires the Joint Committee on Education to conduct a study on the issue of standards for elementary and secondary education
SB 1040 - Schaefer - Extends the expiration date to August 28, 2022 for environmental laws relating to dry-cleaning facilities
SB 1041 - Schmitt - Creates tax incentives for purchases of tangible business property by eligible small businesses
SB 1042 - Schmitt - Establishes the MO HealthNet Office of Inspector General
SB 1043 - Schmitt - Modifies several provisions of laws relating to health insurance
SB 1044 - Schmitt - Requires the Department of Health and Senior Services to solicit bids for establishing a consumer health information website
SB 1045 - Wright-Jones - Makes it a crime for a person under the age of 25 in St. Louis City to knowingly occupy a vehicle with a firearm
SB 1046 - Wright-Jones - Modifies the compulsory attendance age for the St. Louis City School District so that students must attend school from 5 years of age to 18 years of age
SB 1047 - Wright-Jones - Modifies provisions governing the disposition of unclaimed property seized by law enforcement
SB 1048 - Crowell - Modifies the retirement plans for certain state employees and judges
SB 1049 - Crowell - Modifies the retirement plans for state employees and judges who start work for the first time on or after January 1, 2011
SB 1050 - Crowell - Creates a company to manage investments for public retirement systems
SB 1051 - Crowell - Bars legislators from lobbying and serving on boards, commissions and committees for one year after leaving office
SB 1052 - Crowell - Bars legislators from being compensated by federal and state political committees
SB 1053 - Crowell - Removes all statewide elected officials from the Missouri Development Finance Board and the Missouri Housing Development Commission
SB 1054 - Crowell - Prohibits the receipt of tax credits by campaign contributors
SB 1055 - Crowell - Modifies the State Legal Expense Fund
SB 1056 - Crowell - Enacts provisions relating to MO HealthNet provider taxes
SB 1057 - Shields - Reorganizes certain entities, divisions and departments within state government
SB 1058 - Shields - Modifies provisions of law regarding the retirement of neighborhood improvement district bonds
SB 1059 - Shields - Allows for the Department of Mental Health to enter in cooperative agreements with the Missouri Mental Health Foundation and other state and local entities
SB 1060 - Bartle - Modifies requirements regarding the presiding judge of a circuit court's assignment of certain types of cases and provisions regarding judges, certain juries, and various other provisions
SB 1061 - Bartle - Modifies provisions relating to the appeals process for certain programs administered by the Department of Social Services
SB 1062 - Schmitt - Enacts provisions relating to health care data standardization and transparency
SB 1063 - Clemens - Licenses clinical laboratory personnel
SB 1064 - Lembke - Modifies provisions of law regarding property tax rates
SB 1065 - Lager - Creates the Joint Committee on the Reduction and Reorganization of Programs within State Government
SB 1066 - Wright-Jones - Establishes plans to increase the participation of certified socially and economically disadvantaged small business concerns, minority business enterprises, and women's business enterprises in contracting with the state
SB 1067 - Shields - Creates the Joint Committee on Missouri's Promise
SCR 31 - Pearce - Encourages students and faculty to promote international education at Missouri colleges and universities
SCR 32 - Crowell - Disapproves the new values for agricultural and horticultural property filed with the Secretary of State's Office on December 21, 2009, by the State Tax Commission
SCR 33 - Nodler - Encourages the United States Congress to urge federal agencies to exercise regulatory forbearance with respect to well-managed community depositories
SCR 34 - Lembke - Reaffirms Missouri's sovereignty under the Tenth Amendment
SCR 35 - Stouffer - Disapproves the new values for agricultural and horticultural property filed with the Secretary of State's Office on December 21, 2009, by the State Tax Commission
SCR 36 - Schmitt - Urges Congress to pass a balanced budget amendment to the United States Constitution
SCR 37 - Schmitt - Urges Missouri's Attorney General to investigate the constitutionality of the Nebraska Compromise to federal health care legislation
SCR 38 - Rupp - Rescinds Missouri's 1983 call for a constitutional convention
SCR 39 - Schaefer - Urges Congress to designate the Liberty Memorial as the National World War I Memorial
SCR 40 - Justus - Ratifies the Equal Rights Amendment to the United States Constitution
SCR 41 - Schmitt - Creates the Joint Interim Committee on Oversight of Federal Stimulus and Stabilization Funds
SCR 42 - Bray - Urges state agencies to address light pollution at state facilities, calls for a study on impacts of light pollution, and encourages the creation of starlight preserves
SCR 43 - Schmitt - Urges Congress to designate the Liberty Memorial as the National World War I Memorial
SCR 44 - Justus - Urges Congress to replace the "Don't Ask, Don't Tell" policy with a policy of nondiscrimination on the basis of sexual orientation
SCR 45 - Stouffer - Urges Congress to continue to support the "Don't Ask, Don't Tell" policy
SCR 46 - Stouffer - Urges Congress not to enact cap and trade legislation
SCR 47 - Engler - Authorizes employment of an independent certified public accountant to perform an audit on the State Auditor's Office
SCR 48 - Shields - Petitions the Council of State Governments to move the state of Missouri from the Southern Region of the Council to the Midwest Region of the Council
SCR 49 - Wright-Jones - Requests the President and Congress take proactive steps to create jobs and provide fiscal relief to state and local governments
SCR 50 - Shoemyer - Urges the President and Congress to lift tariffs on die cast magnesium alloys from China and find a creative solution to protect the nation's lone magnesium producer and the United States die casting industry
SCR 51 - Stouffer - Urges Missouri's Congressional delegation to oppose funding the Missouri River Authorized Purposes Study
SCR 52 - Lager - Recognizes that tax refunds lawfully belong to the people and that the Governor and the Department of Revenue must ensure that income tax refunds are processed and returned in a timely manner
SCR 53 - Purgason - Requests Congress to amend the Seventeenth Amendment to allow state legislatures to elect members of the United States Senate
SCR 54 - Purgason - Creates the Joint Interim Committee on Reducing the Size of State Government
SCR 55 - Nodler - Urges the president not to implement recommendations made by the Interagency Ocean Policy Task Force if recreational fishing is not recognized as a key activity
SCR 56 - Schmitt - Urges the Department of Natural Resources to consider the use of certain coal technology in its permitting of new coal-fired power plants
SCR 57 - Ridgeway - Endorses an observer status for Taiwan in the International Civil Aviation Organization
SCR 58 - Wright-Jones - Urges the Gaming Commission to allow Missouri's first excursion gambling boat license to remain in the City of St. Louis
SCR 59 - Rupp - Urges the United States Senate to reject the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child
SJR 19 - Bartle - Proposes constitutional change to allow the Department of Transportation to construct and maintain toll roads
SJR 20 - Bartle - Creates an exception to the prohibition against laws retrospective in operation by allowing certain laws pertaining to DNA profiling analysis to be applied retrospectively
SJR 21 - Bartle - Creates the Missouri Savings Account in the Constitution
SJR 22 - Callahan - Authorizes the creation of Show-me Small Business Districts
SJR 23 - Ridgeway - Prohibits a political subdivision from receiving state funding if it provides health insurance to its employees through a public health insurance option plan
SJR 24 - Wilson - Authorizes the creation of tax free zones
SJR 25 - Cunningham - Prohibits laws interfering with freedom of choice in health care
SJR 26 - Cunningham - Limits increases in assessed value of real property caused by reassessment until a transfer of ownership occurs
SJR 27 - Lembke - Changes the method by which certain judges are selected
SJR 28 - Lembke - Changes the process for determining compensation and changes the amount of judicial salaries
SJR 29 - Purgason - Replaces all taxes on income with a sales and use tax
SJR 30 - Bartle - Requires all state and local ballot measures which seek to create a new, or increase an existing, tax to be placed before voters during general elections
SJR 31 - Scott - Proposes a constitutional amendment reaffirming a citizen's right to free expression of religion
SJR 32 - Schmitt - Requires a two-thirds majority vote of both houses of the General Assembly to pass a new, or increase an existing, state tax
SJR 33 - Bartle - Allows in prosecutions for crimes of a sexual nature involving a victim under eighteen years of age, evidence of prior criminal acts to be admissible into evidence for certain purposes
SJR 34 - Goodman - Requires the Attorney General to seek appropriate relief against actions of the federal government when directed by the Governor, General Assembly, or a petition of the voters
SJR 35 - Lager - Limits general revenue appropriations and mandates state income tax rate reductions in certain situations
SJR 36 - Lager - Modifies procedures by which the General Assembly must approve salary recommendations from the Citizens' Commission on the Compensation of Elected Officials
SJR 37 - Ridgeway - Replaces all taxes on income with a sales and use tax
SJR 38 - Ridgeway - Requires the legislative session to end in late March rather than mid-May
SJR 39 - Crowell - Proposes a constitutional amendment to modify the composition of the State Board of Education
SJR 40 - Goodman - Requires voting by secret ballot for elections and employee representation
SJR 41 - Lembke - WITHDRAWN
SJR 42 - Lembke - Modifies Missouri's Bill of Rights to include a statement that all persons have a natural right to economic freedom
SJR 43 - Mayer - Authorizes the creation of tax free zones
SJR 44 - Shields - Proposes a constitutional amendment to eliminate the Department of Elementary and Secondary Education and the Department of Higher Education and instead create a new Department of Education
SJR 45 - Shields - Modifies the State Board of Education and requires the advice and consent of the Senate for the appointment of the Commissioner of Education
SR 1400 - Engler - Employee Resolution
SR 1668 - Vogel - Relating to use of the Senate Chamber by the Jefferson City Rotary Club
SR 1669 - Vogel - Authorized the use of the chamber by the Missouri Catholic Conference
SR 1743 - Schmitt - Allows the Missouri Youth Leadership Forum for Students with Disabilities to use the Senate Chamber
SR 1744 - Shields - Amends the Senate Rules to provide that each employee of the Senate must provide a statement to the Secretary of the Senate if the employee earns more than $5,000 of outside income in a calendar year
SR 2042 - Vogel - Allows the Missouri YMCA to use the Senate Chamber
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