Missouri State Senate
Bills assigned to General Laws

SB 1 - Ridgeway - Bars employers from requiring employees to engage in or cease engaging in certain labor practices
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 51 - Cunningham - Requires public libraries to adopt policies on the placement of books and other materials that are obscene or pornographic for minors
SB 65 - Mayer - Modifies provisions relating to abortion with respect to viability
SB 67 - Cunningham - Prohibits school districts from joining certain statewide activities associations
SB 109 - Crowell - Bars employers from requiring employees to engage in or cease engaging in certain labor practices
SB 183 - Ridgeway - Modifies current law regarding certain prohibited uses of social security numbers to include the partial use of social security numbers
SB 197 - Ridgeway - Bars employers from requiring employees to engage in or cease engaging in certain labor practices
SB 206 - Purgason - Bars employers from requiring employees to engage in or cease engaging in certain labor practices
SB 220 - Wasson - Modifies liens for certain design professionals and the statute of limitations for actions against land surveyors
SB 222 - Cunningham - Modifies the child labor laws
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 274 - Lembke - Allows landlords to apportion charges to tenants for water and sewer utility service
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 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 289 - Lembke - Prohibits smoking or use of tobacco products in state correctional centers
SB 292 - Schaaf - Requires presidential and vice presidential candidates to show valid birth certificates
SB 298 - Munzlinger - Lowers the minimum age for an applicant of a concealed carry endorsement from twenty-three to twenty-one
SB 316 - McKenna - Creates a four day work week for state employees
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 335 - Schaaf - Allows public disclosure of department of revenue records regarding the number of cigarettes sold annually by tobacco product manufacturers
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 361 - Justus - Modifies requirements for notifying tenants of foreclosures, authorizes certain damages for forcible entry, and requires certain damages for withholding security deposits
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 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 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 419 - Kraus - Modifies the law currently prohibiting Kansas City police officers from participating in some political activities
SB 424 - Cunningham - Requires an informal hearing before the Secretary of State in certain instances
SB 426 - Lamping - Requires certain landlords to hold security deposits in federally insured accounts, separate from the landlord's own funds
SJR 7 - Lembke - Proposes a constitutional amendment to create term limits for all statewide elected officials
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 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
HB 79 - Nolte - Allows certain veterans who served in the Missouri National Guard to receive medals regardless of whether the veteran is or ever was a legal resident of Missouri
HB 138 - Thomson - Exempts schools and certain school districts from the prevailing wage law
HB 139 - Smith - Requires financial and policy information about public schools, county and municipal governments and the Governor's travel to be included on the Missouri Accountability Portal
HB 167 - Nolte - Requires Missouri driver's license examinations to only be administered in English
HB 213 - Jones - Modifies provisions relating to abortion with respect to viability
HB 294 - Riddle - Modifies the law regarding weapons
HB 315 - McNary - Combines and modifies the provisions of the Revised Statutes of Missouri that have been enacted in more than one bill so that there is only one version of a statute exists
HB 361 - Leara - Declares that certain firearms, firearm accessories, or ammunition are not subject to federal law or regulation
HB 402 - Diehl - Modifies liens for certain design professionals and the statute of limitations for lawsuits based on errors in a land survey
HB 442 - Franz - Gives bidding preference to veteran owned businesses for state contracts
HB 470 - Funderburk - Modifies provisions of law regarding the nonresident entertainer and athlete tax
HB 546 - Diehl - Modifies provisions relating to the Missouri Housing Development Commission and the Missouri Housing Trust Fund
HB 548 - Jones - Modifies the law relating to state employee leave and layoffs
HB 648 - Montecillo - Modifies provisions relating to individuals with disabilities
HB 673 - Largent - Authorizes the Adjutant General and the Governor to present awards to certain individuals
HB 678 - Schatz - Modifies provisions pertaining to Missouri One Call and the Missouri Highways and Transportation Commission
HJR 2 - McGhee - Proposes a constitutional amendment reaffirming a citizen's right to prayer
HJR 6 - Cierpiot - Requires voting by secret ballot for elections and employee representation
HJR 27 - Brattin - Amends the constitution to protect certain activities relating to ammunition and arms parts

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