Missouri State Senate

2011 Senate Bills


Sort By:  

SB 1 - Ridgeway - Bars employers from requiring employees to engage in or cease engaging in certain labor practices
SB 2 - Ridgeway - Requires the Missouri Consolidated Health Care Board to offer high deductible plans that meet certain annual deductibles and other standards
SB 3 - Stouffer - Establishes photo identification requirements for voting and requirements for advance voting
SB 4 - Stouffer - Repeals the Puppy Mill Cruelty Prevention Act
SB 5 - Stouffer - Requires drug testing for work-eligible TANF applicants and recipients based upon reasonable suspicion
SB 6 - Goodman - Enacts provisions relating to faith-based community health centers
SB 7 - Goodman - Creates the "TANF Child Protection and Drug Free Home Act" regarding drug testing for work-eligible TANF applicants and recipients
SB 8 - Goodman - Restricts co-employee liability in workers' compensation cases
SB 9 - Rupp - Modifies the state do-not-call list and creates "paid for by" requirements for political phone calls
SB 10 - Rupp - Denies unemployment benefits for those with outstanding overpayment penalties
SB 11 - McKenna - Modifies various regulations governing the operation of motor vehicles
SB 12 - Pearce - Modifies the elementary and secondary education foundation formula
SB 13 - Pearce - Requires the Joint Committee on Education to oversee a task force on teacher compensation and effectiveness
SB 14 - Pearce - Establishes procedures for the transfer of students from an unaccredited school district to an accredited school district in the same or an adjoining county
SB 15 - Lembke - Allows full deductibility of federal taxes for state income tax purposes
SB 16 - Lembke - Prohibits political subdivisions from using automated photo red light enforcement systems to enforce red light violations
SB 17 - Lembke - Requires the Department of Health and Senior Services to make available resources relating to umbilical cord blood
SB 18 - Schmitt - Places a cap on corporate franchise taxes
SB 19 - Schmitt - Places a cap on corporated franchise taxes and phases-out the corporate franchise tax over a five-year period
SB 20 - Wright-Jones - Modifies the compulsory attendance age for the St. Louis City School District so that students must attend school from five years of age to eighteen years of age
SB 21 - Wright-Jones - Requires kindergarten attendance at the start of the school year for children who turn age five at any time during the calendar year
SB 22 - Wright-Jones - Requires newly constructed state buildings to meet certain green building standards
SB 23 - Keaveny - Allows the City of St. Louis to control its police force without state intervention
SB 24 - Keaveny - Increases the fine for seat belt violations from $10 to $50
SB 25 - Schaaf - Modifies and adopts provisions relating to nuisances
SB 26 - Wasson - Allows for the issuance of Nixa Education Foundation and Combat Action special license plates
SB 27 - Brown - Allows spouses who leave employment to follow their military spouses in the event of a military transfer, to qualify for unemployment compensation
SB 28 - Brown - Exempts motorcyclists age 21 and older from wearing a helmet when operating a motorcycle or motortricycle
SB 29 - Brown - Modifies various provisions of law regarding the licensing of certain professions
SB 30 - Chappelle-Nadal - Increases the penalty for the crime of harassment
SB 31 - Chappelle-Nadal - Reduces from 45 to 20 the different types of beer that must be served by certain restaurant bars in order to serve 32 or more ounces of beer for off-premise consumption
SB 32 - Chappelle-Nadal - Prohibits a workforce development agency from knowingly omitting from any bidding process an entity with whom it has a contract
SB 33 - Stouffer - Repeals a provision of law which requires the Department of Transportation to submit to binding arbitration in negligence actions
SB 34 - Stouffer - Allows spouses who leave employment to follow their military spouses in the event of a military transfer, to qualify for unemployment compensation
SB 35 - Lembke - Modifies provisions relating to child support when there is equal parenting time
SB 36 - Lembke - Allows employees of certain employers to take a leave of absence for civil air patrol emergency service duty or counter narcotics missions
SB 37 - Lembke - Establishes the "Students First Interscholastic Activities Act" to allow each student of high school age the opportunity to seek to participate in interscholastic activities.
SB 38 - Wright-Jones - Establishes a prostate cancer pilot program to provide screening, referral services, treatment and outreach
SB 39 - Wright-Jones - Modifies provisions relating to hospital patient safety
SB 40 - 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 41 - Chappelle-Nadal - Requires, subject to appropriations, an expansion of the variety of kosher foods approved under the Women, Infants and Children (WIC) Special Supplemental Food Program
SB 42 - Chappelle-Nadal - Increases resource limits for medical assistance eligibility
SB 43 - Chappelle-Nadal - Requires long-term care facilities to be encouraged to institute policies encouraging familial involvement in the well-being and support of its residents
SB 44 - 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 45 - Wright-Jones - Requires official motor vehicle inspection and emission stations to have liability insurance to cover any possible damages to a vehicle during an inspection
SB 46 - Wright-Jones - Allows elected officials to be excused from jury duty during their term of office
SB 47 - Wright-Jones - Modifies the law relating to minority and women's business enterprises
SB 48 - Wright-Jones - Modifies provisions relating to utilities
SB 49 - Wright-Jones - Creates special rules for the formation of transportation development districts to operate mass transportation systems
SB 50 - Kehoe - Allows electric companies to recover costs from ratepayers associated with early site development for certain electrical generation facilities
SB 51 - Cunningham - Requires public libraries to adopt policies on the placement of books and other materials that are obscene or pornographic for minors
SB 52 - Cunningham - Requires county assessors to consider market factors in determining the value of real property for tax purposes
SB 53 - Cunningham - Adds automated phone calls to the types of calls prohibited to people who sign up on the state do-not-call list
SB 54 - Cunningham - Creates the Amy Hestir Student Protection Act and establishes the Task Force on the Prevention of Sexual Abuse of Children
SB 55 - Brown - Classifies sawmills and planing mills as agricultural and horticultural property for tax purposes
SB 56 - Rupp - Requires the Department of Mental Health to develop a transition plan for services of residents of state developmental disabilities facilities to the most appropriate setting
SB 57 - Callahan - Requires courts to transfer certain cases upon the request of the public administrator and specifies that certain political subdivision associations are not required to solicit competitive bids when procuring risk coverages
SB 58 - Stouffer - Modifies various provisions relating to the regulation of transportation
SB 59 - Keaveny - Modifies provisions regarding judicial procedures
SB 60 - Keaveny - Enacts various provisions relating to judicial procedures
SB 61 - Keaveny - Enacts various provisions relating to local government
SB 62 - Schaaf - Modifies provisions relating to health care providers
SB 63 - Mayer - Modifies provisions pertaining to utilities
SB 64 - Parson - Prohibits beer manufacturers from having any interest in liquor wholesalers
SB 65 - Mayer - Modifies provisions relating to abortion with respect to viability
SB 66 - Stouffer - WITHDRAWN
SB 67 - Cunningham - Prohibits school districts from joining certain statewide activities associations
SB 68 - Mayer - Authorizes the issuance of subpoenas for the production of records by the General Assembly
SB 69 - Schaefer - Modifies provisions relating to children who are victims of pornographic offenses
SB 70 - Schaefer - Modifies provisions relating to the Missouri Family Trust
SB 71 - Parson - Eliminates a requirement that banks, savings institutions, and credit unions file a certain notice with the Missouri Real Estate Appraisers Commission and modifies other provisions relating to housing and real estate
SB 72 - Kraus - Requires the Attorney General to sue the federal government to enforce federal immigration laws
SB 73 - Kraus - Requires political subdivisions using automated traffic enforcement systems to distribute fines to local school districts
SB 74 - Kraus - Requires drug testing for work-eligible TANF applicants and recipients based upon reasonable cause
SB 75 - Kraus - Modifies the law relating to campaign finance, lobbying, and ethics
SB 76 - Schaaf - Prohibits insurers from denying reimbursement for providing diagnostic imaging services based solely on the speciality or professional board certification of a licensed physician
SB 77 - Stouffer - Expands the types of directional signs which may be erected within highway right-of-ways and creates numerous memorial highway designations
SB 78 - Brown - Extends the sunset on the military family relief fund income tax check-off from August 28, 2011, to December 31, 2017
SB 79 - Justus - Establishes the Missouri Science and Innovation Reinvestment Act
SB 80 - Justus - Extends the sunset provision of the MO RX prescription drug program to 2016
SB 81 - Pearce - Modifies provisions relating to education
SB 82 - Pearce - Removes an expiration date of August 28, 2011 on state universities being able to convey land without authorization from the General Assembly and requires that such conveyances be done at fair market value
SB 83 - Pearce - Allows for the sale of deficiency waiver addendums and other similar products with respect to certain loan transactions
SB 84 - Wright-Jones - Modifies law relating to voter registration and election offenses
SB 85 - Lembke - Requires federal agents to personally notify the sheriff in the county where a federal warrant is to be served
SB 86 - Lembke - Repeals the Certificate of Need Law
SB 87 - Parson - Removes the requirement that certain otherwise unlawful uses of a weapon be reasonably associated with, or necessary to, fulfill a person's official duties in order to be lawful
SB 88 - Schaaf - Removes an expiration date of August 28, 2011 on state universities being able to convey land, except in fee simple, without authorization from the General Assembly and requires that such conveyances be done at fair market value
SB 89 - Lembke - Abolishes the state public defender system and requires circuit courts to provide legal defense for indigents
SB 90 - Dempsey - Modifies various provisions regarding benefits provided by the state health care plan, rules promulgated by certain county health center boards, and the capping of non-covered dental and optometric services
SB 91 - Engler - Modifies funeral protest provisions
SB 92 - Schaaf - Requires director of the Department of Insurance to prescribe by rule uniform application forms for group health insurance policies
SB 93 - Kraus - Waives Secretary of State fees for new businesses and requires business licenses to be issued within sixty days
SB 94 - Munzlinger - Provides loan assistance programs to businesses for energy efficiency improvements
SB 95 - Munzlinger - Modifies the Puppy Mill Cruelty Prevention Act
SB 96 - Engler - Conveys certain property owned by the state
SB 97 - Engler - Conveys certain property owned by the state
SB 98 - Schaaf - Prohibits agreements between health carriers and health care providers from containing Most Favored Nation Clauses
SB 99 - Chappelle-Nadal - Modifies provisions relating to elementary and secondary education
SB 100 - Stouffer - Creates a tax credit for contributions to developmental disability care providers and modifies provisions of the residential treatment agency tax credit program
SB 101 - Parson - Creates requirements for contractors who perform home exterior and roof work
SB 102 - Green - Specifies that work certificates will permit the employment of children fourteen or fifteen years of age
SB 103 - Green - Bars employers from requiring employees to disclose user names or passwords
SB 104 - Green - Regulates the operation of certain cranes
SB 105 - Green - Creates an advance voting system for elections
SB 106 - Green - Allows persons who have been awarded the combat action badge to obtain "COMBAT ACTION" specialized license plates
SB 107 - Green - Enacts various regulations pertaining to contract carriers that transport railroad employees
SB 108 - Schmitt - Modifies provisions concerning the installation of fire sprinklers in certain dwellings
SB 109 - Crowell - Bars employers from requiring employees to engage in or cease engaging in certain labor practices
SB 110 - Crowell - Prohibits the state minimum wage from exceeding the federal minimum wage
SB 111 - Schaaf - Requires health carriers to provide Internet access to its standard fee schedules and prohibits carriers from refusing to contract with providers willing to meet certain provider participation terms and conditions
SB 112 - Kraus - Gives immunity from civil or criminal liability to persons reporting suspected child abuse to proper authorities
SB 113 - Parson - Modifies the Animal Care Facilities Act and the Puppy Mill Cruelty Prevention Act
SB 114 - Justus - Provides that certain aliens will receive in-state tuition at college and universities that meet certain requirements
SB 115 - Justus - Modifies provisions relating to the Public School Retirement System of Kansas City
SB 116 - Justus - Updates the Uniform Interstate Family Support Act
SB 117 - Engler - Modifies provisions of law regarding certain taxes imposed by political subdivisions
SB 118 - Stouffer - Modifies provisions relating to loans available for sprinkler system requirements in long-term care facilities and to a definition in the long-term care facilities chapter
SB 119 - Schaefer - Assigns certain characteristics to the treatment of conservation easements under the law
SB 120 - Stouffer - Modifies various provisions relating to billboards
SB 121 - Stouffer - Specifies how duty-related death benefits are funded for the Missouri Local Government Employees' Retirement System
SB 122 - Schaaf - Modifies provisions relating to health insurance as it applies prescription drug co-payments and the establishment of web-based estimating systems for use by consumers
SB 123 - Keaveny - Allows foreign language immersion charter schools to enroll four-year-old children
SB 124 - Keaveny - Requires children in the St. Louis City School District to attend school at age five
SB 125 - Keaveny - Modifies the law relating to title loans
SB 126 - Wasson - Prohibits the MO HealthNet Division from discriminating between licensed marital family therapists and licensed professional counselors
SB 127 - Chappelle-Nadal - Requires certain public officials and certain staff members of the executive branch and legislature to submit to drug tests
SB 128 - Lembke - Allows the mayor of the City of St. Louis to be a charter school sponsor
SB 129 - Lembke - Exempts the St. Louis City School District from the requirement that an unaccredited school district pay tuition and transportation for students who attend an accredited school under certain circumstances
SB 130 - Rupp - Creates the Early High School Graduation Scholarship Program for public high school students who graduate from high school early
SB 131 - Rupp - Makes numerous changes to provisions relating to the regulation of transportation
SB 132 - Rupp - Modifies motor vehicle extended service contracts law, amends surplus lines insurance law, establishes a limited-lines insurance license to sell portable electronics insurance, and modifies the retaliatory tax law
SB 133 - Rupp - Modifies the law with respect to highway design-build project contracts and sewer district design-build contracts
SB 134 - Rupp - Outlines the parental rights of individuals with disabilities in termination of parental rights cases
SB 135 - Schaefer - Modifies provisions pertaining to environmental protection
SB 136 - Schaaf - Prohibits hospitals from requiring physicians to agree to make patient referrals as a condition of receiving medical staff privileges
SB 137 - Brown - Modifies provisions relating to health care professional identification badges
SB 138 - Keaveny - Creates the Nonhuman Primate Act
SB 139 - Crowell - Subjects all state tax credits to appropriation
SB 140 - Crowell - Repeals provisions of the Missouri property tax credit which allow renters to receive the property tax credit for rent constituting taxes paid
SB 141 - Crowell - Prohibits the receipt of tax credits by campaign contributors
SB 142 - Crowell - Restricts the membership, employment, and business relationships of the Missouri Development Finance Board and the Missouri Housing Development Commission
SB 143 - Crowell - Prohibits the approval of new applications under the Missouri Downtown and Rural Stimulus Act after August 28, 2011
SB 144 - Crowell - Places a one year moratorium on the authorization of certain tax credits
SB 145 - Dempsey - Modifies provisions relating to political subdivisions
SB 146 - Schmitt - Creates individual and corporate income tax deductions for business income
SB 147 - Schaefer - Modifies provisions relating to education
SB 148 - Schaefer - Requires reimbursement amounts paid by health carriers to licensed physical therapists to be uniform regardless of the setting or venue in which the health care services are rendered
SB 149 - Schaaf - Modifies the laws regarding the testimony of physicians as expert witnesses in lawsuits against physicians for improper health care
SB 150 - Munzlinger - Allows regulated hand fishing for carp and catfish in June and July on certain waterways
SB 151 - Callahan - Specifies that risk coverages procured by certain political subdivision associations shall not require the solicitation of competitive bids
SB 152 - Crowell - Modifies provisions of the retirement plan of the Police Retirement System of St. Louis
SB 153 - Schaaf - Requires health carriers to establish or otherwise utilize web-based estimating systems so that consumers can obtain health care cost estimates and compute other related health care costs
SB 154 - Schaaf - Caps the amount of the reduced monthly benefit that certain members of LAGERS who choose to receive a partial lump sum payment may receive
SB 155 - Rupp - Modifies provisions of Missouri's Real Property Tax Increment Allocation Redevelopment Act
SB 156 - Rupp - Provides that suspended sentences may not be granted in statutory rape and sodomy cases
SB 157 - Schaefer - Changes the laws regarding child abuse
SB 158 - Keaveny - Extends the expiration date to December 31, 2015, for certain clean water public notice requirements and clean water permit fees charged by the Department of Natural Resources
SB 159 - Cunningham - Modifies the law governing liens on motor vehicles, trailers, vessels, outboard motors, and aircrafts
SB 160 - Cunningham - Allows any winery, distiller, manufacturer, wholesaler, or brewer to provide liquor samples on certain licensed retail premises for tasting purposes
SB 161 - Munzlinger - Modifies provisions relating to agriculture
SB 162 - Munzlinger - Modifies provisions pertaining to agriculture
SB 163 - Pearce - Modifies the composition of the Coordinating Board for Higher Education, Board of Curators of the University of Missouri and the governing board of Missouri State University
SB 164 - Pearce - Establishes the Missouri Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics Initiative within the Department of Higher Education
SB 165 - Goodman - Extends the sunset on the Basic Civil Legal Services Fund
SB 166 - Goodman - Requires title agencies and title agents to maintain a physical place of business in Missouri as a condition of licensure
SB 167 - Goodman - Allows the Department of Revenue to issue special event motor vehicle auction licenses to applicants auctioning certain vehicles
SB 168 - Crowell - WITHDRAWN
SB 169 - Crowell - Requires drug screening and testing for TANF applicants and recipients
SB 170 - Crowell - Specifies that defined benefit retirement plans are required to submit quarterly reports on their investment performance to the Joint Committee on Public Employee Retirement
SB 171 - Crowell - Modifies provisions relating to private probation services
SB 172 - Crowell - Modifies the State Legal Expense Fund
SB 173 - Dixon - Modifies provisions of law relating to transportation and infrastructure
SB 174 - Dempsey - Modifies provisions relating to political subdivisions
SB 175 - Munzlinger - Modifies restrictions on the use of organized labor on public contract projects
SB 176 - Munzlinger - Modifies Missouri's prevailing wage law
SB 177 - Brown - Modifies provisions relating to public health policies
SB 178 - Brown - Requires a person who performs certain surgical tasks to have certain training and continuing education
SB 179 - Brown - Allows the board of aldermen in fourth-class cities to provide, by ordinance, for the appointment of a city marshal
SB 180 - Kraus - Designates certain state recognized days, weeks, and months
SB 181 - Stouffer - Reinstates the Motorist Insurance Identification Database program which expired on June 30, 2007
SB 182 - Ridgeway - Expands the amount of employees and functions of the small business regulatory fairness board
SB 183 - Ridgeway - Modifies current law regarding certain prohibited uses of social security numbers to include the partial use of social security numbers
SB 184 - Wright-Jones - Allows the Special Administrative Board governing the St. Louis City School District to sponsor charter schools under certain circumstances
SB 185 - Purgason - Imposes a sunset upon all tax credit programs not currently subject to a sunset provision
SB 186 - Crowell - Makes it optional for the circuit court and circuit clerk in Cape Girardeau County to hold court and maintain certain offices in both Jackson and Cape Girardeau
SB 187 - Lager - Modifies the laws regarding nuisances and junkyards
SB 188 - Lager - Modifies the law relating to the Missouri Human Rights Act and employment discrimination
SB 189 - Schmitt - Modifies provisions of the Missouri Quality Jobs Act to allow benefits for projects located within dormant manufacturing plant zones
SB 190 - Pearce - Creates a tax credit for purchases of processed biomass engineered fiber fuel
SB 191 - Pearce - Establishes the Caring for Missourians Program to provide grants to eligible Missouri public higher education institutions that maintain certain nursing programs
SB 192 - Pearce - Requires the Department of Mental Health to develop a continuing professional education curriculum relating to eating disorders
SB 193 - Pearce - Allows Cass County to establish municipal county courts
SB 194 - Pearce - Allows Cass County to enact nuisance abatement ordinances
SB 195 - Stouffer - Requires driver's licenses and nondriver's licenses issued to persons who are not United States citizens to contain a notation that the holder of such license is not a citizen of the United States
SB 196 - Cunningham - Restricts co-employee liability in workers' compensation cases
SB 197 - Ridgeway - Bars employers from requiring employees to engage in or cease engaging in certain labor practices
SB 198 - Crowell - Repeals the estate tax
SB 199 - Crowell - Modifies the state do-not-call list by allowing cell phone numbers on the list and banning certain automated calls
SB 200 - Crowell - Modifies the ability of state educational institutions to issue bonds and incur debt
SB 201 - Crowell - Modifies provisions of the state deferred compensation plan
SB 202 - Crowell - Requires authorization for certain labor unions to withhold fees from paychecks to make political contributions
SB 203 - Schmitt - Creates a tax credit to attract sporting events to the state
SB 204 - Dempsey - Reauthorizes the pregnancy resource center tax credit
SB 205 - Stouffer - Creates an advance voting system for primary and general elections
SB 206 - Purgason - Bars employers from requiring employees to engage in or cease engaging in certain labor practices
SB 207 - Lager - Modifies provisions pertaining to energy and property taxation
SB 208 - Lager - Removes any requirement that a telecommunications company must file tariffs and exempts compliance with certain state regulations when federal regulations exist
SB 209 - Lager - Modifies telecommunications provisions relating to carrier of last resort obligations
SB 210 - Lembke - Modifies provisions of law requiring certain political subdivisions to revise property tax rates
SB 211 - Lembke - Modifies how damages are assessed in certain lawsuits
SB 212 - Lembke - Requires the department of transportation to establish minimal yellow light change interval times for traffic-control devices
SB 213 - Schaefer - Modifies what information is required in a petition for guardianship for a minor or an incapacitated person, adopts the Uniform Adult Guardianship and Protective Proceedings Jurisdiction Act and modifies procedures for ordering autopsies
SB 214 - Schaaf - Prohibits restrictive physician employment contracts
SB 215 - Schaaf - Requires health carriers to credential health care professionals within 60 calendar days of receipt of complete application
SB 216 - Schaaf - Requires school boards to work with the Brain Injury Association of Missouri and Missouri State High School Activities Association to develop guidelines on youth athlete concussions and brain injuries
SB 217 - Richard - Creates state and local sales and use tax exemptions for data storage centers
SB 218 - Wasson - Moves Taney County to its own judicial circuit and specifies that the 38th Judicial Circuit will only be made up of Christian County
SB 219 - Wasson - Allows owners of automated teller machines to charge access fees to those with bank accounts in foreign countries and gambling boats to accept credit instruments
SB 220 - Wasson - Modifies liens for certain design professionals and the statute of limitations for actions against land surveyors
SB 221 - Cunningham - Establishes damage caps for Human Rights Act cases and workers' compensation discrimination cases
SB 222 - Cunningham - Modifies the child labor laws
SB 223 - Mayer - Allows certain public library districts to seek voter approval for a sales tax to fund libraries within such districts
SB 224 - Stouffer - Allows the governing body of Macon County to grant tax relief to certain properties to alleviate blight
SB 225 - Engler - Provides for nonpartisan elections of judicial candidates and forbids certain judges and candidates from engaging in political activities
SB 226 - Engler - Modifies provisions relating to emergency services
SB 227 - Engler - Makes the results of certain types of field tests for controlled substances admissible as evidence in certain preliminary hearings and applications for arrest warrants
SB 228 - Pearce - Modifies the composition of the board of directors of the Kansas City School District
SB 229 - Pearce - Requires insurer to provide coverage for eating disorders
SB 230 - Lager - Modifies provisions pertaining to natural resources
SB 231 - Lager - Prohibits a political subdivision from restricting a firefighter from engaging in certain political activities
SB 232 - Crowell - Repeals the authority of certain cities to enforce zoning regulations up to two miles outside city limits
SB 233 - Parson - Requries health carriers to reimburse licensed athletic trainers in the same manner as other providers are reimbursed
SB 234 - Dempsey - Creates an income tax dependency exemption for stillborn children
SB 235 - Schaefer - Extends the sunsets on certain provider taxes
SB 236 - Schaefer - Establishes provisions regarding pharmacy services
SB 237 - Schaefer - Requires that the September 1996 Supreme Court standards for representation by guardians ad litem be updated
SB 238 - Schmitt - Creates a presumption that certain infectious diseases are duty-related for the purposes of firefighters' disability and death benefits
SB 239 - Justus - Prohibits discrimination based upon a person's sexual orientation
SB 240 - Justus - Changes the requirements for school anti-bullying policies
SB 241 - Brown - Creates a state and local sales and use tax exemptions for captive wildlife
SB 242 - Cunningham - Allows a pupil to enroll in an adjoining school district if the student's residence is located closer to a school in the adjoining district or in cases of transportation hardship
SB 243 - Cunningham - Modifies provisions relating to educational resources and services
SB 244 - Green - Revises provisions relating to the renamed Missouri Brain Injury Advisory Council
SB 245 - Lembke - Provides that physician services currently covered under MO HealthNet include services provided by chiropractors in accordance with the chiropractic practice act
SB 246 - Lamping - Creates a tax credit for investments in technology-based early stage Missouri companies
SB 247 - Pearce - Modifies the elementary and secondary education funding formula
SB 248 - Parson - Establishes the Proof of Concept Business Finance Program
SB 249 - McKenna - Creates the "Political Subdivision Construction Bidding Standards Act"
SB 250 - Kehoe - Requires sexual assault offenders to complete certain programs prior to being eligible for parole and prohibits them from living near child care facilities
SB 251 - Kehoe - Changes the classification of certain watercraft from personal property to real property for property tax purposes
SB 252 - Kehoe - Modifies provisions of the qualified research expense tax credit program
SB 253 - Callahan - Modifies provisions relating to summer school attendance
SB 254 - Stouffer - Modifies Missouri's law relating to intoxicated-related traffic offenses
SB 255 - Keaveny - Institutes campaign contributions limits and designates city and county committees as political party committees for the purposes of campaign finance
SB 256 - Kraus - Repeals certain tax credit programs
SB 257 - Kraus - Modifies provisions of the Low-Income Housing Tax Credit Program
SB 258 - Kraus - Relating to the historic preservation tax credit program
SB 259 - Kraus - Subjects certain tax credit programs to sunsets
SB 260 - Wasson - Increases penalties for moving violations and traffic offenses occurring within an active emergency zone
SB 261 - Goodman - Removes the element of good cause from the crime of nonsupport
SB 262 - Goodman - Requires health benefit plans to establish equal out-of-pocket requirements for oral anticancer medications and intravenously administered chemotherapy medications
SB 263 - Green - Requires pawnbrokers to photograph anybody selling jewelry, gold, or silver and to complete a form for such transactions
SB 264 - Rupp - Establishes new congressional districts
SB 265 - Rupp - Creates the Advanced Placement Incentive Grant
SB 266 - Dempsey - Designates the director of elections as the election authority in charter counties that do not have a board of election commissioners or a county clerk
SB 267 - Schaaf - Requires hospitals to annually administer, or make available to be administered, immunizations against the influenza virus to certain hospital employees
SB 268 - Stouffer - Increases the statutory award amount for Alzheimer's disease research projects funded by the University of Missouri Board of Curators
SB 269 - Brown - Modifies provisions relating to the formation and auditing of joint municipal utility commissions
SB 270 - Kraus - Modifies various provisions relating to public elections
SB 271 - Kraus - Modifies provisions of the Police Retirement System of Kansas City and the Civilian Employees' Retirement System of the Police Department of Kansas City
SB 272 - Green - Prohibits a state agency from requesting an additional appropriation of state moneys to satisfy an award of attorney fees and other expenses
SB 273 - Lembke - Modifies provision of the Firemen's Retirement System of St. Louis
SB 274 - Lembke - Allows landlords to apportion charges to tenants for water and sewer utility service
SB 275 - Lembke - Allows certain retirees who are part of LAGERS to authorize the board to deduct certain insurance premiums from their benefits
SB 276 - Schaefer - Allows state agencies to charge a surcharge for accepting credit and debit cards
SB 277 - Lager - Modifies the law with respect to how municipalities and the legal system treats the lawful use of motor vehicles on public roads
SB 278 - Munzlinger - Modifies the laws regarding certain private nuisance actions
SB 279 - Schmitt - Provides tax incentives for job creation and retention and capital investment
SB 280 - Purgason - Modifies provisions of Missouri tax credit programs in accordance with recommendations made by the Missouri Tax Credit Review Commission Report
SB 281 - Kraus - Requires the cumulative state and local tax rate to be printed on sales receipts
SB 282 - Engler - Modifies numerous laws relating to elections
SB 283 - Munzlinger - Allows motor vehicles hauling agricultural products to exceed state weight limits by up to ten percent during harvest period
SB 284 - Wasson - Modifies the disciplinary authority of the Board of Pharmacy, defines the term legend drug for the purpose of certain pharmacy statutes, and grants exemption from sales tax for certain medical equipment and drugs
SB 285 - McKenna - Removes Lincoln's birthday as a state holiday
SB 286 - McKenna - Creates the Amy Hestir Student Protection Act and establishes the Task Force on the Prevention of Sexual Abuse of Children
SB 287 - Ridgeway - Creates a liquor license for wine shops to allow them to serve alcohol on Sundays
SB 288 - Ridgeway - Creates a state and local sales and use tax exemption for all fees paid to any place of amusement, entertainment, or recreation
SB 289 - Lembke - Prohibits smoking or use of tobacco products in state correctional centers
SB 290 - Lembke - Modifies the law that limits indemnity agreements in construction work contracts
SB 291 - Pearce - Modifies provisions relating to charter schools
SB 292 - Schaaf - Requires presidential and vice presidential candidates to show valid birth certificates
SB 293 - Schaaf - Makes authorizations for allocations of nonresident entertainer and athlete income tax revenues perpetual
SB 294 - Keaveny - Modifies provisions relating to charter schools
SB 295 - Keaveny - Amends laws relating to unsecured loans of $500 or less
SB 296 - Schmitt - Establishes the Compete Missouri Training Program
SB 297 - Munzlinger - Modifies laws governing how residents of Missouri and other states may purchase rifles and shotguns outside their resident states
SB 298 - Munzlinger - Lowers the minimum age for an applicant of a concealed carry endorsement from twenty-three to twenty-one
SB 299 - Munzlinger - Requires the Department of Conservation to compensate for damage caused by wild elk
SB 300 - Munzlinger - Allows the use of centerfire handguns during the muzzleloader portion of firearms deer season
SB 301 - Mayer - Creates the Missouri Homeowners Mutual Insurance Company for the purpose of providing homeowners insurance coverage
SB 302 - Engler - Subjects 383 malpractice associations to stricter insurance regulations
SB 303 - Engler - Modifies disciplinary and administrative procedures for professions and businesses licensed under the Division of Professional Registration, including those licensed by the Board of Registration for the Healing Arts
SB 304 - Rupp - Establishes rules and procedures that allow guaranty associations and receivers to elect to succeed to the rights of an insolvent insurer with respect to certain reinsurance contracts
SB 305 - Parson - Creates record-keeping requirements for certain buyers of plastic bulk merchandising containers
SB 306 - Wasson - Modifies laws relating to the administration of credit unions
SB 307 - Justus - Allows Kansas City to collect an additional fourteen dollars in municipal ordinance violation cases
SB 308 - Nieves - Specifies how the courts may rule in contractual disputes involving the law of other countries and jurisdictional issues involving other countries
SB 309 - Kehoe - Allows certain ambulance and fire protection districts to seek voter approval for a sales tax to fund such districts
SB 310 - Justus - Modifies provisions relating to lead licensing
SB 311 - Pearce - Repeals the sunset provision for the Childrens's Vision Examination Program
SB 312 - Keaveny - Modifies provision relating to administrative child support orders
SB 313 - Schaaf - Repeals certain requirements for board members of tourism community enhancement districts
SB 314 - Chappelle-Nadal - Creates a crime for employers who divulge certain personal information of employees and customers
SB 315 - Chappelle-Nadal - Bars discriminatory employers from receiving public works contracts and requires employers to provide cause to terminated employees
SB 316 - McKenna - Creates a four day work week for state employees
SB 317 - Stouffer - Exempts securities issued by agricultural cooperative corporations from state security registration requirements
SB 318 - Dixon - Requires voter registration application forms to be distributed from Conservation offices and permit vendors authorized to issue resident hunting and fishing permits
SB 319 - Dixon - Allows debts owed to ambulance service providers to be collected from income tax refunds and lottery winnings of patients
SB 320 - Lamping - Modifies provisions relating to domestic violence
SB 321 - Kehoe - Allows electric companies to recover costs from ratepayers associated with early site development for certain electrical generation facilities
SB 322 - Schaefer - Extends the sunsets on certain provider taxes to 2016 and on the Missouri RX plan to 2015
SB 323 - Schaefer - Requires the Auditor to conduct a one-time comparative audit of selected state agencies
SB 324 - Kraus - Requires that only one license plate be issued for all motor vehicles instead of the current two plates
SB 325 - Wasson - Modifies various laws relating to professional registration
SB 326 - Wasson - Authorizes a peer review process for architects, landscape architects, land surveyors, and engineers, including providing for immunity from liability and prohibiting the disclosure of certain documents and testimony
SB 327 - Richard - Modifies penalties for multiple violations of air or water pollution laws by recycling companies that convert animal parts into petroleum
SB 328 - Goodman - Allows corporate board members to consent to certain actions by electronic transmission
SB 329 - Nieves - Allows students to enroll in another school district or charter school for purposes of attending virtual courses or programs
SB 330 - Dixon - Allows certain state officials and employees to carry concealed firearms in the state capitol building
SB 331 - Lamping - Modifies the human trafficking provisions
SB 332 - Justus - Modifies provisions relating to sexual education
SB 333 - Schaaf - Requires certain state agencies to update and verify the accuracy of the information on the respective websites, as the websites pertain to health care
SB 334 - Schaaf - Requires MO HealthNet managed care organizations to provide to the MO HealthNet Division all utilization, access, and spending data for the cost of care per covered participant
SB 335 - Schaaf - Allows public disclosure of department of revenue records regarding the number of cigarettes sold annually by tobacco product manufacturers
SB 336 - Munzlinger - Modifies requirements pertaining to the control of noxious weeds
SB 337 - Munzlinger - Modifies provisions pertaining to agriculture
SB 338 - Lager - Modifies requirements of the Supreme Court to accumulate and review certain types of cases
SB 339 - Rupp - Establishes "Sam Pratt's Law" and "Nathan's Law" and modifies provisions relating to child care providers
SB 340 - Wasson - Modifies licensing requirements for funeral directors, embalmers, and funeral establishments and certain requirements for preneed funeral contracts
SB 341 - Nieves - Modifies the use of the Capitol complex grounds by non-public entities
SB 342 - Justus - Requires school districts to implement criteria for the enrollment and educational success of foster care children
SB 343 - Wright-Jones - 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 344 - Wright-Jones - Requires health insurance policies to cover ultrasound screenings where mammograms demonstrate dense breast tissue
SB 345 - Wright-Jones - Creates the Council on Digital Inclusion
SB 346 - Wright-Jones - Creates the Medical Harm Disclosure Act
SB 347 - Wright-Jones - Requires persons convicted of failing to pay a fare for the use of Bi-State Development Agency facilities to reimburse the reasonable costs attributable to the enforcement, investigation and prosecution of such offense to the agency
SB 348 - Wright-Jones - Enacts the Prevention First Act
SB 349 - Ridgeway - Abolishes the sentencing advisory commission
SB 350 - Dixon - Requires the sunset of all administrative rules proposed, adopted or amended after August 28, 2011, and allows an agency to repromulgate a rule that is set to sunset
SB 351 - Lamping - Modifies provisions relating to adoption records
SB 352 - Engler - Creates a mental health assessment pilot program for criminal offenders
SB 353 - Engler - Allows the Missouri State Highway Patrol to sell surplus watercraft and watercraft motors and trailers in the same manner as the highway patrol currently sells surplus vehicles
SB 354 - Schaaf - Adds bath salts to the list of schedule I controlled substances
SB 355 - Schaaf - Modifies provisions regarding gubernatorial appointments
SB 356 - Munzlinger - Modifies provisions pertaining to agriculture
SB 357 - Munzlinger - Classifies hydroelectric power generating equipment as tangible personal property for property tax purpose
SB 358 - Wasson - Specifies that licensed professional counseling includes the diagnosis of mental, emotional, and behavior disorders and allows the committee for professional counselors to require certain education or training in diagnostic skills
SB 359 - Lager - Allows electric companies to recover costs from ratepayers associated with early site development for certain electrical generation facilities
SB 360 - Lager - Modifies provisions relating to rural community development
SB 361 - Justus - Modifies requirements for notifying tenants of foreclosures, authorizes certain damages for forcible entry, and requires certain damages for withholding security deposits
SB 362 - Justus - Allows for the establishment of domestic violence fatality review panels
SB 363 - Justus - Modifies provisions relating to crime
SB 364 - Pearce - Authorizes the establishment of parks, trails and greenways districts in certain counties
SB 365 - 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 366 - Goodman - Creates Missouri cooperative associations and modifies the law relating to the conversion of certain business organizations
SB 367 - Nieves - Enacts the interstate Health Care Compact in which member states pledge to improve health care policy by returning the authority to regulate health care to the states
SB 368 - Stouffer - Transfers land survey duties from the Department of Natural Resources to the Department of Agriculture
SB 369 - Cunningham - Establishes procedures for resident pupils of an unaccredited school district to enroll in another school in the same or an adjoining county
SB 370 - Cunningham - Creates a scholarship program for resident pupils of an unaccredited school district to enroll in a different school
SB 371 - Cunningham - Allows a lapsed school district to be divided and attached to adjoining accredited school districts
SB 372 - Cunningham - Modifies provisions relating to teacher contracts and establishes the Teacher Continuing Contract Act
SB 373 - Dempsey - Modifies the law relating to workers' compensation
SB 374 - Parson - Establishes qualifications and appointment procedures for certain county officers
SB 375 - Parson - Modifies provisions of the master settlement agreement regarding the refund of escrow payments
SB 376 - Parson - Modifies laws relating to the provision of natural gas utility service
SB 377 - Parson - Extends the sunset on rolling stock tax credits
SB 378 - Kehoe - Modifies law regarding commissions' authority to enter into additional design-build contracts
SB 379 - Kehoe - Restricts the time to file a products liability claim and when a manufacturer or seller of a product may be liable
SB 380 - Green - Requires the state treasurer to transfer the balance in any fund in excess of 200% of the previous fiscal year's expenditures into the state general revenue fund
SB 381 - Dixon - Allows a circuit judge to assess certain costs when the criminal case is dismissed and the criminal defendant consents
SB 382 - Chappelle-Nadal - Licenses clinical laboratory personnel
SB 383 - Richard - Modifies provisions of law authorizing a sales and use tax exemption for manufacturing
SB 384 - Schaefer - Authorizes a civil cause of action against pharmacy benefit managers
SB 385 - Munzlinger - Imposes an additional admission fee for excursion gambling boat licensees to fund veterans' commission capital improvements
SB 386 - Richard - Directs dealer plate fees to the Motor Vehicle Commission Fund and increases the temporary permit fee from $7.50 to $9.50
SB 387 - Wasson - Allows for release on electronic monitoring for people who can afford to pay the costs associated with the monitoring
SB 388 - Wasson - Eliminates, combines, and revises certain state boards, commissions, committees, and councils
SB 389 - McKenna - Modifies the laws regarding concealed carry permits for Missouri residents
SB 390 - Schmitt - Authorizes tax incentives to encourage foreign trade
SB 391 - Lager - Requires the school board of each school district and charter school to establish an evaluation system for teachers and teaching
SB 392 - Rupp - Amends surplus lines insurance law to comply with the federal Nonadmitted and Reinsurance Reform Act of 2010 (NRRA)
SB 393 - Goodman - Modifies provisions relating to the Family Care Safety Registry
SB 394 - Goodman - Modifies the human trafficking provisions
SB 395 - Goodman - Modifies provisions governing the regulation of the bail bond industry by the Department of Insurance
SB 396 - Wright-Jones - Establishes the Compassionate Assistance for Rape Emergencies Act
SB 397 - Cunningham - Requires certification for certain contractors who work on fire sprinkler systems
SB 398 - Kraus - Allows public school principals to opt out of the election authority designation that their school be used as a polling place
SB 399 - Kraus - Modifies provisions relating to the crime of failure to return leased or rented property
SB 400 - Kraus - Modifies provisions regarding the crime of sexual contact with a student while on public school property
SB 401 - Lamping - Modifies the law relating to debt adjusters
SB 402 - Kehoe - Requires window stickers to show current motor vehicle registration instead of license plate tabs
SB 403 - Nieves - Modifies provisions pertaining to the filing of appeals regarding decisions made by environmental commissions
SB 404 - Ridgeway - Allows certain state employees to receive a lump sum payment for the present value of a deferred annuity
SB 405 - Ridgeway - Changes the requirements for background screenings of long-term care professionals
SB 406 - Crowell - Allows certain cost recovery by electric companies for energy generation and requires utilities to pay an assessment for the Office of Public Counsel
SB 407 - Crowell - Provides sufficient funding to continue the MO RX prescription drug plan
SB 408 - Crowell - Extends the MO RX prescription drug plan until August 28, 2014
SB 409 - Crowell - Changes state transportation aid to school districts from a categorical add-on to part of the state aid calculation
SB 410 - Crowell - Requires MOSERS and MPERS to transfer funds between the retirement systems when service is transferred between the systems
SB 411 - Crowell - Allows employees of the Missouri Development Finance Board to join the Missouri State Employees' Retirement System and places a moratorium on certain tax credits
SB 412 - Crowell - Modifies the State Auditor's authority to examine audits of the MODOT and Highway Patrol Employees' Retirement System (MPERS) and the Missouri State Employees' Retirement System (MOSERS) to allow the Auditor to audit the systems
SB 413 - Crowell - Modifies the State Auditor's authority to examine audits of the Public School Retirement System to allow the auditor to audit the system
SB 414 - Crowell - Allows the state auditor to audit any state or local public employees' retirement system
SB 415 - Crowell - Makes it a class C felony for a person on probation for a felony offense to knowingly possess a firearm
SB 416 - Crowell - Exempts United States 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 417 - Crowell - Modifies the law relating to the Second Injury Fund
SB 418 - Chappelle-Nadal - Establishes a paper ballot as the official ballot
SB 419 - Kraus - Modifies the law currently prohibiting Kansas City police officers from participating in some political activities
SB 420 - Mayer - Modifies the operation and maintenance of the second injury fund
SB 421 - Pearce - Bars felons from holding public office
SB 422 - Lager - Modifies the state's renewable energy standard
SB 423 - Lager - Modifies various provisions pertaining to the regulation and protection of natural resources
SB 424 - Cunningham - Requires an informal hearing before the Secretary of State in certain instances
SB 425 - Goodman - Specifies when the crime of receiving stolen property is a felony offense
SB 426 - Lamping - Requires certain landlords to hold security deposits in federally insured accounts, separate from the landlord's own funds
SB 427 - Lamping - Repeals state and local use taxes
SB 428 - Ridgeway - Allows a sheriff to receive reimbursement for the actual costs of transporting a person to and from a mental health facility
SB 429 - Ridgeway - Requires the Department of Health and Senior Services to issue recommendations on adequate nurse staffing levels in certain health care facilities
SB 430 - Mayer - Modifies the law relating to Workers' Compensation
SB 431 - Munzlinger - Creates a state do-not-mail list for consumers who do not wish to receive solicitations from direct mail marketers
SB 432 - Munzlinger - Regulates contingency-fee contracts between state entities and private attorneys
SB 433 - Kraus - Modifies the law relating to deeds of trust
SRM 1 - Schaaf - Remonstrates against the St. Louis press corps for its failure to investigate certain allegations of corruption within St. Louis
SCR 1 - Ridgeway - Disapproves a final order of rule making by the Public Service Commission regarding Electric Utility Renewable Energy Standard Requirements
SCR 2 - Schaaf - Urges the Department of Natural Resources to educate the public about light pollution
SCR 3 - Lembke - Disapproves the salary recommendations of the Missouri Citizens' Commission on Compensation for Elected Officials
SCR 4 - Crowell - Requires the Board of Public Buildings to reassign rooms in the State Capitol to the General Assembly that are currently assigned to the Office of Administration
SCR 5 - Justus - Ratifies the Equal Rights Amendment to the United States Constitution
SCR 6 - Munzlinger - Urges the U.S. Department of Agriculture to quickly deregulate genetically-engineered alfalfa without conditions
SCR 7 - Dempsey - Authorizes the employment of an independent certified public accountant or certified public accounting firm pursuant to Section 21.760, RSMo
SCR 8 - Rupp - Urges Congress to support a plan for the Upper Mississippi River Basin that provides flood-control without adverse impacts on existing levees and communities
SCR 9 - Rupp - Rescinds Missouri's 1983 call for a constitutional convention
SCR 10 - Cunningham - Urges Congress to adopt an amendment to the U.S. Constitution that permits the repeal of any federal law or regulation by vote of two-thirds of the state legislatures
SCR 11 - Wright-Jones - Asks the Governor to recognize every third week in June as Diabetic Peripheral Neuropathy Week
SCR 12 - Schaaf - Urges the MO HealthNet Division to pursue the feasibility of implementing a program to assess chronic disease management of stroke prevention in atrial fibrillation
SCR 13 - Lembke - Urges Congress to prohibit the Environmental Protection Agency from regulating greenhouse gas emissions
SJR 1 - Ridgeway - Replaces all taxes on income with a sales and use tax
SJR 2 - Stouffer - Allows enabling legislation for advance voting and photographic identification for voting
SJR 3 - 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 4 - Lembke - WITHDRAWN
SJR 5 - Chappelle-Nadal - Proposes a constitutional amendment replacing the Highways and Transportation Commission with a Director of Transportation
SJR 6 - Chappelle-Nadal - Proposes a constitutional amendment to require the St. Louis Board of Freeholders to meet monthly and authorizes the people of St. Louis City and County to modify the Missouri Constitution regarding the Board
SJR 7 - Lembke - Proposes a constitutional amendment to create term limits for all statewide elected officials
SJR 8 - Kraus - Requires refunds to taxpayers when state revenues grow by five percent or more
SJR 9 - Engler - Allows enabling legislation for photographic identification for voting
SJR 10 - Lembke - Lowers the number of State Representatives from 163 to 103
SJR 11 - Munzlinger - Asserts the right of Missourians to hunt and fish
SJR 12 - Green - Limits the total service in the General Assembly to sixteen years in any proportion between the Senate and the House of Representatives
SJR 13 - Justus - Requires referenda and initiative petitions to be signed by 5% and 8% of the voters in each congressional district
SJR 14 - Schaaf - Allows the Department of Revenue to receive its actual costs in collecting highway-related taxes and fees unbridled by the current 3 percent constitutional cap
SJR 15 - Nieves - Prohibits Missouri state government from recognizing, enforcing, or acting in furtherance of certain actions of the federal government
SJR 16 - Goodman - Proposes a constitutional amendment reaffirming a citizen's right to free expression of religion
SJR 17 - Lembke - Modifies the selection process for certain judgeships and the composition of judicial nominating commissions
SJR 18 - Munzlinger - Amends the Constitution to require the development and sale of a veterans lottery ticket
SJR 19 - Chappelle-Nadal - Makes St. Louis city a part of St. Louis county
SJR 20 - Lager - Limits general revenue appropriations and mandates state income tax rate reductions in certain situations
SJR 21 - Lembke - Proposes a constitutional amendment to put a question on the ballot in the City of St. Louis regarding the city's governance
SJR 22 - Parson - Provides that a member of the General Assembly shall vacate his or her office if such member leaves the state during a legislative session for the purpose of avoiding any official duty or vote
SR 10 - Mayer - Changes composition of Senate Standing Committees
SR 27 - Cunningham - Urges Attorney General Koster to challenge the federal health reform act by joining the other attorneys general in the lawsuit, file an independent lawsuit or join Lt. Governor Kinder's lawsuit
SR 65 - Dempsey - Employee Compensation
SR 125 - Kehoe - Use of the Chamber - YMCA Youth in Government
SR 126 - Kehoe - Use of the Chamber - Missouri Catholic Conference
SR 127 - Kehoe - Use of the Chamber - Jefferson City Rotary Club / Student Government Day
SR 178 - Purgason - Modifies the Senate Rules to allow for the use of laptop computers on the Senate floor
SR 179 - Purgason - Modifies the Senate Rules to prohibit the consideration of a conference committee substitute until members have had a copy for at least one legislative day
HyperLink