Missouri State Senate
Bills assigned to Rules, Joint Rules, Resolutions and Ethics

SB 577 - Shields - Modifies various provisions relating to ethics
SB 648 - Bray - Imposes campaign contribution limits for individuals and committees in support of candidates running for public office
SB 800 - Bray - Modifies ethics laws for public officials and lobbyists
SB 882 - Green - Modifies various provisions relating to the Ethics Commission
SB 912 - Cunningham - Expands the ban on public fund expenditures for political purposes and bars lobbyists from serving on advisory committees
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 1054 - Crowell - Prohibits the receipt of tax credits by campaign contributors
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
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
HCR 7 - Munzlinger - Disapproves State Tax Commission proposed state regulations regarding value of each grade of agricultural and horticultural land for 2011-2012 assessment years under Section 137.021, RSMo
HCR 18 - Diehl - Urges the Missouri Congressional delegation to vote against H.R. 3200, the federal health care reform legislation
HCR 25 - Guest - Reaffirms Missouri's sovereignty under the Tenth Amendment
HCR 34 - Icet - Submits to Congress a proposed federal balanced budget amendment to the United States Constitution
HCR 38 - Icet - Urgently requests the United States Congress to cease and desist from imposing unfunded mandates on the states
HCR 46 - Funderburk - Urges the Environmental Protection Agency to rescind its formal endangerment finding on greenhouse gases and urges our congressional delegation to vote against H.R. 2454 known as "Cap and Trade"
HCR 52 - Gray - Designates the week of May 9 - 15, 2010, as "Sickle Cell Awareness Week" in the State of Missouri
HCR 70 - Cunningham - Strongly urges the state Department of Transportation to allow the ten credit unions currently housed in Department facilities to remain until credit union member owners decide to move out of such facilities

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