Missouri State Senate

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SB 434 - Callahan - Modifies procedures for changes in school district boundary lines
SB 435 - Crowell - Requires authorization for certain labor unions to use dues and fees to make political contributions and bars them from withholding earnings from paychecks
SB 436 - Crowell - Subjects all state tax credits to appropriation
SB 437 - Crowell - Requires the joint election of the Governor and Lieutenant Governor
SB 438 - Mayer - Bars employers from requiring employees to engage in or cease engaging in certain labor practices
SB 439 - Mayer - Modifies the law relating to the prevailing wage
SB 440 - Engler - Subjects 383 malpractice associations to stricter surplus and solvency regulations
SB 441 - Engler - Allows motorists to obtain Missouri Junior Golf Foundation specialized license plates under certain conditions
SB 442 - Stouffer - Establishes photo identification requirements for voting
SB 443 - Stouffer - Modifies the law with respect to the regulation of motor vehicles
SB 444 - Stouffer - Repeals a provision of law that requires MoDOT to submit to binding arbitration in negligence actions and allows the commission to delegate to designated hearing examiners the authority to conduct hearings and render final decisions
SB 445 - Goodman - Establishes the Joint Committee on the Missouri Criminal Code
SB 446 - Goodman - Specifies that drug courts may be funded by the county law enforcement restitution fund
SB 447 - Goodman - Adds mail to the list of types of property that, when stolen, increase the classification of the crimes of stealing and receiving stolen property to Class C felonies
SB 448 - Rupp - Modifies provisions relating to child care providers
SB 449 - 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 450 - Rupp - Modifies the length of school board terms for certain school districts that became urban districts because of the 2010 census
SB 451 - Cunningham - Modifies provisions relating to school operations
SB 452 - 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 453 - Cunningham - Establishes damage caps for Human Rights Act cases and workers' compensation discrimination cases
SB 454 - Pearce - Modifies the elementary and secondary education funding formula
SB 455 - Pearce - Modifies provisions relating to higher education
SB 456 - 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 457 - Schmitt - Modifies provisions of mandatory reporting of child sexual abuse
SB 458 - Wright-Jones - Creates the Green Jobs-Green Missouri Act
SB 459 - Wright-Jones - Requires those engaging in public works projects to employ individuals from the locality in which the project is being constructed
SB 460 - 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 461 - Keaveny - Allows the City of St. Louis to control its police force without state intervention
SB 462 - Keaveny - Amends laws relating to unsecured loans of $500 or less
SB 463 - Keaveny - Increases the fine for seat belt violations from $10 to $50
SB 464 - Schaaf - Prohibits the establishment and operation of health insurance exchanges in Missouri unless certain criteria are met
SB 465 - Schaaf - Allows Buchanan County and cities, towns, or villages within Buchanan County to establish a theater, cultural arts, and entertainment district
SB 466 - Munzlinger - Modifies how money in the Gaming Commission Fund is allocated
SB 467 - Munzlinger - Requires agencies that receive federal grants to track and disclose the usage of the funds and the Governor to report withholdings
SB 468 - Munzlinger - Modifies the law relating to project labor agreements and the prevailing wage
SB 469 - Dixon - Modifies provisions regarding administrative rules
SB 470 - Dixon - Modifies various provisions relating to transportation
SB 471 - Dixon - Extends the sunset on the Children in Crisis Tax Credit program
SB 472 - Kraus - Modifies the provisions of certain tax credit programs and requires the Department of Revenue to apply any increase in revenue generated to a decrease in the corporate income tax rate
SB 473 - Kraus - Requires the Attorney General to sue the federal government to enforce federal immigration laws
SB 474 - Kraus - Requires the Department of Social Services to take steps to mandate the use of photo identification for the food stamp program
SB 475 - Lamping - Requires the joint election of the Governor and Lieutenant Governor
SB 476 - Lamping - Amends laws relating to unsecured loans of $500 or less
SB 477 - Crowell - Modifies the state do-not-call list by allowing cell phone numbers on the list and banning certain automated calls
SB 478 - Crowell - Eliminates certain employee benefits for members of the General Assembly and statewide elected officials who first take office on or after January 1, 2013
SB 479 - Crowell - Eliminates certain employee benefits for members of the General Assembly and statewide elected officials who first take office on or after January 1, 2013
SB 480 - Stouffer - Modifies law with respect to motor vehicles and outboard motor titles
SB 481 - Stouffer - Creates a tax credit for contributions to developmental disability care providers and modifies provisions of the residential treatment agency tax credit program
SB 482 - Stouffer - Increases the statutory award amount for Alzheimer's disease research projects funded by the University of Missouri Board of Curators
SB 483 - Rupp - Creates the Early High School Graduation Scholarship Program for public high school students who graduate from high school early
SB 484 - Rupp - Modifies provisions relating to telecommunications
SB 485 - Cunningham - Modifies the law governing liens
SB 486 - Wright-Jones - Modifies law relating to voter registration and election offenses
SB 487 - Wright-Jones - Establishes a committee and plans to increase the participation of minority and women's business enterprises in state contracting
SB 488 - Wright-Jones - Requires newly constructed state buildings to meet certain green building standards
SB 489 - Munzlinger - Modifies provisions relating to weapons
SB 490 - Munzlinger - Modifies the laws regarding certain private nuisance actions
SB 491 - Munzlinger - Modifies provisions pertaining to agriculture
SB 492 - Crowell - Modifies retirement benefits for new members of the general assembly and statewide elected officials and modifies interest paid on retirement refunds
SB 493 - Stouffer - Allows the governing body of Macon County to grant tax relief to certain properties to alleviate blight
SB 494 - Wright-Jones - Creates the Medical Harm Disclosure Act
SB 495 - Wright-Jones - Establishes the Compassionate Assistance for Rape Emergencies Act
SB 496 - Wright-Jones - Enacts the Prevention First Act
SB 497 - Munzlinger - Increases the penalties for the crimes of trespassing and false impersonation and creates the crime of impersonating a public servant
SB 498 - Munzlinger - Prohibits cities from restricting veterans organizations from operating re-sale shops in certain areas
SB 499 - Munzlinger - Imposes an additional admission fee for excursion gambling boat licensees to fund Veterans Commission capital improvements
SB 500 - Wright-Jones - Modifies state legal expense coverage of certain health professionals and modifies hospital patient safety policies
SB 501 - Wright-Jones - Creates the Council on Digital Inclusion
SB 502 - Wright-Jones - Allows elected officials to be excused from jury duty during their term of office
SB 503 - Wright-Jones - Allows the Special Administrative Board governing the St. Louis City School District to sponsor charter schools under certain circumstances
SB 504 - 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 505 - 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 506 - 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 507 - Wright-Jones - Requires health insurance policies to cover ultrasound screenings where mammograms demonstrate dense breast tissue
SB 508 - 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 509 - Wright-Jones - Allows the governing body of St. Louis City to grant tax relief to certain properties to alleviate blight
SB 510 - Cunningham - Modifies the laws regarding municipal annexations, the taxation of security companies, assessment of real estate, the termination of water and sewer services, and complaints about real estate appraisals
SB 511 - Schaaf - Provides that no amendments shall be made to the Missouri State Medicaid Plan without first obtaining approval from the Joint Committee on MO HealthNet
SB 512 - Schaaf - Prohibits restrictive physician employment contracts
SB 513 - Crowell - Prohibits the approval of new applications under the Missouri Downtown Economic Stimulus Act after August 28, 2012
SB 514 - Crowell - Bars employers from requiring employees to engage in or cease engaging in certain labor practices
SB 515 - Schaaf - Requires Director of the Department of Insurance to prescribe by rule uniform application forms for group health insurance policies
SB 516 - Schaaf - Modifies provisions regarding gubernatorial appointments
SB 517 - Brown - Imposes an additional $1,500 fine for failing to drive in the right-hand lane
SB 518 - Engler - Creates a mental health assessment pilot program for criminal offenders
SB 519 - 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 520 - Schaaf - Requires a candidate who forms a committee to designate the office to which the candidate is seeking nomination or election
SB 521 - Curls - Requires a non-custodial parent to pay child support until the child reaches 22 years of age instead of 21 years of age
SB 522 - Curls - Modifies the eligibility requirements for food stamp assistance
SB 523 - Curls - Prohibits persons under the age of 18 from selling tobacco products
SB 524 - Curls - Modifies the membership qualifications for the Missouri Housing Development Commission
SB 525 - Engler - Provides for nonpartisan elections of judicial candidates and forbids certain judges and candidates from engaging in political activities
SB 526 - Schaaf - Requires health carriers to credential health care professionals within 60 calendar days of receipt of complete application
SB 527 - Schaaf - Provides that home school students will receive the same consideration as non-home school students for purposes of higher education financial aid
SB 528 - Wright-Jones - Allows motorists to obtain "I HAVE A DREAM" special license plates after making an annual contribution of $25 to the Martin Luther King Jr. State Celebration Commission Fund
SB 529 - Schaaf - Prohibits hospitals from requiring physicians to agree to make patient referrals as a condition of receiving medical staff privileges
SB 530 - Schaaf - Makes authorizations for allocations of nonresident entertainer and athlete income tax revenues perpetual
SB 531 - Lamping - Modifies the low-income housing and historic preservation tax credit programs and requires any increase in revenue to be applied to a decrease in the individual income tax rate
SB 532 - Schaefer - Extends the tax credit for donations to food pantries until August 2022
SB 533 - Schaaf - Allows for certain projects creating ten or more new full-time jobs to not have to obtain a certificate of need
SB 534 - 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 535 - Chappelle-Nadal - Allows the City of St. Louis to control its police force without state intervention
SB 536 - 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 537 - Chappelle-Nadal - Increases the penalty for the crime of harassment
SB 538 - 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 539 - Chappelle-Nadal - Creates a crime for employers who divulge certain personal information of employees and customers
SB 540 - Chappelle-Nadal - Bars discriminatory employers from receiving public works contracts and requires employers to provide cause to terminated employees
SB 541 - Chappelle-Nadal - Prohibits a workforce development agency from knowingly omitting from any bidding process an entity with whom it has a contract
SB 542 - Chappelle-Nadal - Establishes a paper ballot as the official ballot
SB 543 - Chappelle-Nadal - Modifies provisions relating to elementary and secondary education
SB 544 - Chappelle-Nadal - Licenses clinical laboratory personnel
SB 545 - Chappelle-Nadal - Requires certain public officials and certain staff members of the executive branch and legislature to submit to drug tests
SB 546 - Purgason - Imposes campaign contribution limits
SB 547 - Purgason - Bars employers from requiring employees to engage in or cease engaging in certain labor practices
SB 548 - Purgason - Modifies certain tax credit programs
SB 549 - Lembke - Modifies how school districts maintain vacant or unused school buildings
SB 550 - 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 551 - Brown - Exempts feed for captive wildlife and seed, limestone, and fertilizer used for crops to be fed to captive wildlife from state and local sales tax
SB 552 - Brown - Adds veterinarians to the statute of limitations for medical malpractice actions against certain health care providers
SB 553 - Brown - Requires authorization for certain labor unions to use dues and fees to make political contributions and bars them from withholding earnings from paychecks
SB 554 - Curls - Changes the notice requirement to a tenant in a foreclosure action from ten business days to ninety days
SB 555 - Curls - Regulates certain contracts for the sale of residential real estate
SB 556 - Curls - Allows courts to suspend imposition of an adult criminal sentence for certain juvenile offenders
SB 557 - Brown - Modifies the law with respect to the issuance of certificates of titles
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SB 559 - Curls - Allows petitions for expungement of certain criminal records
SB 560 - Ridgeway - Prohibits the establishment and operation of health insurance exchanges in Missouri unless certain criteria are met
SB 561 - Ridgeway - Imposes a sunset upon tax credit programs not currently subject to a sunset provision and requires the Department of Revenue to apply any increase in revenue generated to a decrease in the personal income tax rate
SB 562 - Dixon - Modifies provisions relating to the transfer of property by certain state universities
SB 563 - Dixon - Modifies provisions relating to higher education
SB 564 - Brown - Waives the motorcycle roads skills test for members of the armed forces who have successfully completed certain military motorcycle rider training courses
SB 565 - Schaaf - Modifies the membership of the Missouri Health Insurance Pool
SB 566 - Brown - Requires owners of dogs and cats under suspicion of carrying rabies to provide documentation of vaccination or else surrender the animal
SB 567 - Wright-Jones - Prohibits all drivers, regardless of age, from text messaging while operating moving motor vehicles on any highway in this state and prohibits anyone from being stopped solely to determine compliance with the state text messaging ban
SB 568 - Parson - Modifies various provisions relating to transportation
SB 569 - Kraus - Modifies the law relating to elections, law enforcement districts, and transit authority taxes
SB 570 - Kraus - Requires that only one license plate be issued for all motor vehicles instead of the current two plates
SB 571 - Kraus - Requires tax credit recipients to file campaign finance reports with the Missouri Ethics Commission
SB 572 - Dempsey - Modifies the law relating to workers' compensation
SB 573 - Dixon - Authorizes certain circuits to increase the civil court filing surcharge from the current $15.00 up to $20.00
SB 574 - Dixon - Allows associate circuit judges in Greene and Cass counties to hear and determine county ordinance violations
SB 575 - Dixon - Allows Greene County to enact nuisance abatement ordinances
SB 576 - Stouffer - Modifies provisions relating to charter schools
SB 577 - Goodman - Requires health benefit plans to establish equal out-of-pocket requirements for oral anticancer medications and intravenously administered chemotherapy medications
SB 578 - Parson - Modifies provisions relating to property owned by the state
SB 579 - Parson - Eliminates a requirement that banks, savings institutions, and credit unions file a certain notice with the Missouri Real Estate Appraisers Commission
SB 580 - Parson - Modifies the licensing period for certain licenses issued by the Missouri Gaming Commission
SB 581 - Callahan - Modifies provisions relating to school district boundary line changes, school accreditation, and employment of retired teachers under certain circumstances
SB 582 - Dempsey - Reauthorizes the pregnancy resource center tax credit
SB 583 - Wright-Jones - Allows employers to retain withholding taxes up to the amount spent on educational benefits for employees and unpaid interns or up to the amount spent on less than a year of job training for employees
SB 584 - Richard - Creates state and local sales and use tax exemptions for data storage centers and allows municipalities to enter into loan agreements, or sell, lease, or mortgage municipal property for a technology business facility project
SB 585 - Richard - Creates a tax credit to attract sporting events to Missouri
SB 586 - Richard - Gives preference in the awarding of a fee office contract to a tax exempt organization whose primary administrative office is in the same county or legislative district as the fee office
SB 587 - Chappelle-Nadal - Allows school districts and charter schools to establish and implement an age-appropriate curriculum to educate students about domestic violence
SB 588 - Schmitt - Creates a tax credit to attract sporting events to the state
SB 589 - Kraus - Requires political subdivisions using automated traffic enforcement systems to distribute such fines to local school districts for transportation purposes
SB 590 - Kraus - Modifies the law relating to unlawfully present aliens
SB 591 - Parson - Modifies provision regarding state and local revenues, various interest rates, and the authority of fire protection districts
SB 592 - Lager - Modifies the law relating to the Missouri Human Rights Act and employment discrimination
SB 593 - Parson - Prohibits health carriers from denying reimbursement to licensed athletic trainers who provide covered services within their scope of practice
SB 594 - Kraus - Modifies provisions relating to utility uses and service
SB 595 - Kraus - Transfers the administration of special education due process hearings from the State Board of Education to the Administrative Hearing Commission
SB 596 - Brown - Modifies the law relating to prevailing wage and project labor agreements
SB 597 - Dempsey - Changes the governance of the St. Louis International Airport
SB 598 - Dempsey - Modifies provisions related to tax increment financing so that school districts and library districts are reimbursed for tax revenue the districts would have received
SB 599 - Schaefer - Modifies provisions relating to education
SB 600 - Lembke - Requires federal agents to personally notify the sheriff in the county where a federal warrant is to be served
SB 601 - Lembke - Modifies provisions relating to school personnel
SB 602 - Green - Enacts various regulations pertaining to contract carriers that transport railroad employees
SB 603 - Green - Creates an advance voting system for elections
SB 604 - Green - Prohibits a state agency from requesting an additional appropriation of state moneys to satisfy an award of attorney fees and other expenses
SB 605 - Green - Eliminates duplicate filing of campaign finance disclosure reports
SB 606 - Schmitt - Modifies the state do-not-call list by allowing cell phone numbers on the list and banning certain automated calls
SB 607 - Stouffer - Establishes procedure for resetting billboards during periods of highway construction
SB 608 - Wasson - Establishes the Missouri Health Insurance Exchange, the "Direct Payment Stop Loss Fund", and creates administrative procedure to collect unpaid medical claims
SB 609 - Lembke - Modifies comparative fault by eliminating joint liability and allowing consideration of any nonparty's fault
SB 610 - Lembke - Prohibits political subdivisions from using automated photo red light enforcement systems to enforce red light violations
SB 611 - Lembke - Modifies various provisions relating to the regulation of transportation
SB 612 - Lembke - Allows the full deductibility of federal income tax liability for state income tax purposes
SB 613 - Kehoe - Requires courts to award prevailing defendants their costs and attorney's fees
SB 614 - Kehoe - Requires courts to award costs and attorney's fees to a party when a case has no basis in law or an attorney acts in bad faith
SB 615 - McKenna - Modifies provisions relating to liquor
SB 616 - Wasson - Requires homeowner insurance companies to offer sinkhole coverage
SB 617 - Schaaf - Requires the Department of Social Services to promulgate rules specifying the eligibility process for the MO HealthNet Spenddown Program
SB 618 - Schaaf - Requires auctioneers selling real estate to be licensed by the Real Estate Commission
SB 619 - Richard - Modifies Missouri's valued policy statute to cover all perils covered under a policy rather than just loss caused by fire
SB 620 - Rupp - Modifies various provisions related to health and life insurance
SB 621 - Brown - Amends various provisions regarding the licensure and inspection of hospitals
SB 622 - Cunningham - Requires a health carrier that provides coverage for prescription eye drops to cover a refill without regard to a restriction for an early refill if it is authorized by the prescribing health care provider
SB 623 - Cunningham - Allows certain financial institutions to transfer fiduciary obligations
SB 624 - Lembke - Requires Missouri Employers Mutual Insurance Company to transition into a private mutual insurance company by January 1, 2014
SB 625 - Kehoe - Modifies fund transfers between retirement systems, modifies retirement for certain public officials, and sets interest paid on member contributions at T-Bill rate
SB 626 - Kehoe - Limits liability for a manufacturer after a product has been materially altered and modifies certain interest rates
SB 627 - Schaefer - Provides authority to the Office of Administration for the provision of waste management services for all state agencies
SB 628 - Schaefer - Modifies provisions relating to the judiciary
SB 629 - Schaefer - Modifies the formula for determining how much money certain tobacco product manufacturers who are not participating in the Tobacco Master Settlement Agreement receive back from escrow funds
SB 630 - Parson - Extends the sunset on rolling stock tax credits
SB 631 - Parson - Modifies provisions relating to animals and agriculture
SB 632 - Stouffer - Designates a portion of Interstate 70 in Lafayette County as the "Sergeant Joe C. Specker Memorial Highway"
SB 633 - Engler - Allows scrap metal operators to purchase older inoperable motor vehicles or vehicle parts from such vehicles without receiving a title under certain conditions
SB 634 - Pearce - Requires insurer to provide coverage for eating disorders
SB 635 - Pearce - Modifies the law relating to financial institutions, school funds, private roads, real estate appraisal, agricultural education programs, liens, and state purchasing preferences
SB 636 - Keaveny - Modifies provisions relating to the judiciary
SB 637 - Brown - Specifies that certain training requirements only apply to applications for new concealed carry endorsements
SB 638 - Lamping - Increases the tax on cigarettes by twenty-six cents and modifies the tax rates for state income taxes
SB 639 - Schaaf - Modifies provisions relating to breast-feeding
SB 640 - Schaaf - Modifies the Certificate of Need Program and amends the Health Facilities Review Committee
SB 641 - Pearce - Repeals the June 30, 2012 sunset clause for the Children's Vision Examination Program
SB 642 - Wasson - Increases penalties for moving violations and traffic offenses occurring within an active emergency zone
SB 643 - Keaveny - Requires children in the St. Louis City School District and Kansas City School District to attend school at age five
SB 644 - 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 645 - Schaefer - Modifies provisions relating to permits issued by environmental commissions
SB 646 - 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 647 - Richard - Provides for funding of the capitol complex revitalization project by modifying the historic preservation tax credit program
SB 648 - Dempsey - Modifies law on temporary instruction permits, towing companies, and use of ignition interlock devices by drunk drivers
SB 649 - Ridgeway - Reauthorizes and revises the Children's Vision Examination Program and Commission
SB 650 - Ridgeway - Requires Senate approval for gubernatorial appointments to certain boards, commissions, and committees
SB 651 - Schaefer - Creates a home inspector licensing board and procedures for licensing home inspectors
SB 652 - Lager - Prohibits a political subdivision from restricting a firefighter from engaging in certain political activities
SB 653 - Lager - Designates a portion of Missouri Route 116 located in Clinton County as the "Sgt. Issac B. Jackson Memorial Highway"
SB 654 - Lager - Requires the school board of each school district and charter school to establish an evaluation system for teachers and teaching
SB 655 - Green - Creates the Higher Education Capital Fund to provide matching funds to public colleges and universities for capital projects under certain circumstances
SB 656 - Lager - Modifies the law with respect to how municipalities and the legal system treat the lawful use of motor vehicles on public roads and modifies the commercial zone surrounding Kansas City
SB 657 - Rupp - Provides for the conscience rights of all individuals who provide medical services
SB 658 - Rupp - Enacts provisions regarding safety procedures for the use of abortion-inducing drugs
SB 659 - Dempsey - Requires collectors in all counties, except for counties under township organization, to mail property tax bills thirty days before the taxes are delinquent and allows for a waiver of penalties and interest when bills are mailed late
SB 660 - Schmitt - Requires Missouri Employers Mutual Insurance Company to transition into a private mutual insurance company by January 1, 2013, and requires it to transfer $127 million of its surplus to General Revenue
SB 661 - Schmitt - Creates a phased-in individual income tax deduction for business income and reduces the corporate income tax rate over a five-year period
SB 662 - Schmitt - Requires all tax credit programs created on or after August 28, 2012 to comply with the Tax Credit Accountability Act of 2004
SB 663 - Chappelle-Nadal - Establishes Boulevard Brewery Company and Saint Louis Brewery, Inc. as the official breweries of the state
SB 664 - Chappelle-Nadal - Enacts a statewide smoking ban
SB 665 - Stouffer - Authorizes the Governor to transfer certain pieces of real estate located throughout the state of Missouri
SB 666 - Keaveny - Modifies provisions relating to the Large Carnivore Act and creates the Nonhuman Primate Act
SB 667 - Wasson - Modifies provisions relating to design professionals, school social workers, real estate appraising, and residential construction
SB 668 - Lembke - Modifies several provisions of law concerning taxation, the composition of county sport complex authorities, fire protection district regulations, and real estate appraiser licensing
SB 669 - Lembke - Modifies the retirement plans for judges, statewide elected officials, and members of the General Assembly who first take office after January 1, 2013
SB 670 - Green - Allows debtors facing nonjudicial foreclosure to chose mediation or judicial foreclosure as alternatives
SB 671 - Parson - Modifies provisions relating to elections
SB 672 - Brown - Modifies higher education course credit requirements and healthcare-related professional licensure requirements for members of the armed forces
SB 673 - Brown - Modifies law regarding motor vehicle licensing and driver's licenses
SB 674 - Schaaf - Requires insured to only pay usual and customary retail price of a prescription drug where the retail price is less than the applicable copayment
SB 675 - Crowell - Repeals the renter's portion of the Missouri property tax credit
SB 676 - Nieves - Specifies how courts may rule in contractual disputes involving the law of other countries and jurisdictional issues involving other countries
SB 677 - Pearce - Modifies provisions relating to school accreditation for failing school districts
SB 678 - Schaaf - Requires certain health care facilities to report adverse health events to the Department of Health and Senior Services
SB 679 - Dixon - Modifies the laws relating to advanced practice registered nurses and collaborative practice arrangements
SB 680 - Nieves - Repeals authority for political subdivisions to regulate open carrying of firearms and requires certain local ordinances incorporate statutory justifications
SB 681 - Lager - Provides that no more than two of the voting members of the Board of Regents of Northwest Missouri State University may be residents of the same county
SB 682 - Dempsey - Requires that certain pain management techniques be performed by licensed physicians
SB 683 - Crowell - Modifies the laws relating to property exempt from execution or attachment
SB 684 - Crowell - Places a one year moratorium on the authorization of certain tax credits
SB 685 - Crowell - Modifies ex parte communication requirements involving the Public Service Commission
SB 686 - Schaaf - Prohibits the re-sale or lease of returned electronic devices and appliances unless subsequent customers are notified
SB 687 - Schmitt - Requires copayments, coinsurance, and deductibles charged for physical therapist services to be no greater than those charged for the same services provided by primary care physicians or osteopaths
SB 688 - Schmitt - Corrects a word that was mistakenly duplicated in a provision dealing with county commissions
SB 689 - Engler - Modifies provisions relating to crimes committed against the elderly and disabled
SB 690 - Engler - Modifies provisions related to public safety
SB 691 - Engler - Expands eligibility and increases benefits for suppliers of automobile manufacturers under the Manufacturing Jobs Program
SB 692 - Stouffer - Modifies provisions relating to political subdivisions
SB 693 - Crowell - Prohibits state agencies from printing calendars representing the agency to public and private entities
SB 694 - Nieves - Modifies the use of the Capitol complex grounds by nonpublic entities
SB 695 - Parson - Requires farm employees who videotape suspected acts of animal abuse to turn over the recording to law enforcement within 24 hours
SB 696 - Kraus - Allows uninsured motor vehicles to be towed under certain circumstances and increases fines, suspensions and reinstatement fees for certain uninsured motorists
SB 697 - Wasson - Expands the civil immunity provided to insurers for furnishing information related to insurance fraud investigations
SB 698 - Richard - Establishes construction contract bidding standards for political subdivisions
SB 699 - Goodman - Modifies laws relating to criminal offenders under the supervision of the Department of Corrections
SB 700 - Lamping - Repeals a provision requiring non-merit agencies to adopt dismissal procedures similar to merit procedures
SB 701 - Mayer - Modifies various provisions relating to road use
SB 702 - Pearce - Renames the Heroes at Homes program the Show-Me Heroes program and modifies the provisions relating to it
SB 703 - Wright-Jones - Reinstates requirements that certain percentages of Lottery Commission contracts and subcontracts be awarded to minority and women owned businesses
SB 704 - Wright-Jones - Requires inverse condemnation or dangerous public property suits against municipal corporations be brought in the county where the land or any part lies
SB 705 - Wright-Jones - Modifies the law with respect to the Breast Cancer Awareness Trust Fund and the issuance of Breast Cancer Awareness special license plates
SB 706 - Cunningham - Modifies provisions relating to school operations
SB 707 - Cunningham - Restricts the authority of radiology benefit managers to deny diagnostic testing ordered and recommended by a physician
SB 708 - Wasson - Extends the sunset on the residential dwelling accessibility tax credit and modifies the allocation of tax credit cap from another tax credit program to this program
SB 709 - Schaaf - Disqualifies certain persons receiving public assistance from engaging in gaming activities
SB 710 - Engler - Establishes a Prescription Drug Monitoring Program and modifies other provisions relating to controlled substances
SB 711 - Lamping - Modifies provisions relating to adoption
SB 712 - Lamping - Modifies the criteria for determining that a child is a special needs child for the purposes of the special needs adoption tax credit
SB 713 - Lamping - Modifies provisions relating to adoption records
SB 714 - Lager - Modifies provisions relating to the regulation of motor vehicles
SB 715 - Kraus - Allows the Adjutant General to waive the age limit for service in the state militia and repeals a complaint procedure for the state militia
SB 716 - Schaaf - Prohibits agreements between health carriers and health care providers from containing Most Favored Nation Clauses
SB 717 - Stouffer - Creates the traffic offense of distracted driving
SB 718 - Stouffer - Modifies provisions relating to the Department of Mental Health Employment Disqualification Registry
SB 719 - Kehoe - Modifies various provisions relating to the regulation of transportation
SB 720 - Kehoe - Requires defendants in counties with prisons that have average populations of 1,000 or more to follow certain procedures for obtaining a change in venue
SB 721 - Rupp - Modifies provisions of the tax increment financing law and authorizes the imposition of a transient guest tax for the city of Liberty
SB 722 - Lamping - Bars entities that invest in the energy sector in Iran from contracting with the state and political subdivisions
SB 723 - Ridgeway - Modifies provisions of law regarding property tax assessment
SB 724 - Crowell - Prohibits the authorization of tax credit applications until the state agency finds that the applicant remedied delinquent taxes
SB 725 - Crowell - Prohibits a municipality from adopting a redevelopment plan involving tax increment financing without a finding that the developer does not owe delinquent taxes
SB 726 - Parson - Modifies provisions relating to financial transactions
SB 727 - Schaaf - Creates a child care subsidy pilot program for parents to continue to receive subsidies while sharing in the costs of the benefits by enacting the Low-Wage Trap Elimination Act
SB 728 - Pearce - Modifies provisions relating to the Veterans' Commission and veterans' affairs
SB 729 - Schaefer - Modifies provisions relating to county purchases
SB 730 - 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 731 - Brown - Establishes procedures to follow in child custody and visitation cases for military personnel
SB 732 - Curls - Makes the punishment for trafficking cocaine the same regardless of whether the substance is powder or crack
SB 733 - Richard - Revises statutes concerning the Missouri Science and Reinvestment Act and related statutes
SB 734 - Richard - Establishes the Missouri Works Training Program
SB 735 - Nieves - Allows students to enroll in another school district or charter school for purposes of attending virtual courses or programs
SB 736 - Engler - Exempts St. Francois County from a requirement that certain amounts of money from the county's special road and bridge tax be spent in certain areas
SB 737 - Engler - Restricts the Department of Elementary and Secondary Education from including certain data from neglected children and delinquent children in the aggregate data of a school district
SB 738 - Stouffer - Allows the killing of mountain lions
SB 739 - Keaveny - Modifies provisons relating to administrative child support orders and the Sentencing Advisory Commission
SB 740 - Pearce - Extends the aviation jet fuel sales and use tax exemption and expands the use of the Aviation Trust Fund
SB 741 - Parson - Provides that law enforcement agencies only have to procure an independent audit of federal seizures if the proceeds from the federal seizures exceed $500,000
SB 742 - Brown - Modifies provisions relating to health care including credentialing of health care professionals, medical records and pharmacy
SB 743 - Brown - Exempts motorcyclists age 21 and older from wearing a helmet when operating a motorcycle or motortricycle
SB 744 - Wright-Jones - Requires video camera surveillance of public spaces within the State Capitol building and authorizes private security within the State Capitol
SB 745 - Lembke - Provides protections for Alternatives to Abortion Agencies to freely engage in religious practices
SB 746 - Schaefer - Allows for the extension of certain county taxes upon voter approval
SB 747 - Schaefer - Modifies the composition of the University of Missouri Board of Curators
SB 748 - Brown - Extends the sunset on the wood energy producers tax credit and caps the amount of tax credits available under the program each fiscal year
SB 749 - Lamping - Provides protection for religious beliefs as to the imposition of certain health care services such as abortion, contraception, or sterilization
SB 750 - Schmitt - Modifies provisions relating to advertisements by health care providers and delegation of authority
SB 751 - Schaaf - Allows school districts to adopt an eight-hour school day
SB 752 - Kehoe - Authorizes the Missouri Highways and Transportation Commission to form a Public-Private Partnership by contract with private partners to finance, develop and operate Interstate 70 as a toll facility
SB 753 - Green - Modifies eligibility criteria for energy efficiency incentive programs offered by electric companies to low-income customers
SB 754 - Mayer - Designates a portion of Missouri Route 25 in Stoddard County as the "Spc. James Burnett, Jr. Memorial Highway"
SB 755 - Mayer - Enacts the "House of Worship Protection Act"
SB 756 - Engler - Modifies provisions regarding certain higher education employees' retirement
SB 757 - Wasson - Eliminates the granting of new limited licenses for funeral directing after August 28, 2013
SB 758 - Wasson - Modifies provisions relating to children
SB 759 - Lager - Modifies provisions relating to utilities
SB 760 - Dempsey - Modifies various provisions relating to natural resources, use of weapons, and utilities
SB 761 - Keaveny - Modifies the law regarding trusts to allow for appointment of a trust protector
SB 762 - Keaveny - Modifies provisions relating to alternative educational procedures for charter schools
SB 763 - Kehoe - Prohibits the charging of fee for releasing a lien or encumbrance from a certificate of ownership unless certain conditions are met
SB 764 - Schaefer - Modifies provisons regarding the Sunshine Law
SB 765 - Schaefer - Authorizes circuit clerks to collect a surcharge for processing garnishments
SB 766 - Schaefer - Extends the sunset on the Residential Treatment Agency Tax Credit program until August 2018 and modifies other provisions of the program
SB 767 - Goodman - Designates several highways and bridges and creates or modifies several special license plates
SB 768 - Kraus - Authorizes circuit courts to create veterans treatment courts
SB 769 - Kraus - Modifies and creates provisions relating to state and local standards
SB 770 - Wright-Jones - Requires additional information to be included in the annual report submitted by Area Agencies on Aging
SB 771 - Nieves - Modifies the duties and liabilities of skiers and ski area operators
SB 772 - Brown - Enacts provisions regarding the prescribing and administering of abortion-inducing drugs
SB 773 - Parson - Establishes a March 27 to April 24 filing period for the 2012 state primary election
SB 774 - Rupp - Requires the Secretary of State to post certain initiative and referendum material on its website
SB 775 - Munzlinger - Requires the Governor to give thirty days notice to the General Assembly before an appointed official's term ends
SB 776 - Kraus - Eliminates a provision regarding how leases of commercial property at airports are assessed for property tax purposes
SB 777 - Richard - Modifies the requirements of tax increment financing laws for certain redevelopment projects located in areas affected by certain natural disasters
SB 778 - Richard - Prohibits an annual adjustment for inflation for certain solid waste management fees
SB 779 - Munzlinger - Authorizes certain officials to charge six dollars for cases disposed of by a traffic violations bureau and creates the MODEX fund
SB 780 - Wasson - Modifies the composition of the Missouri Board for Architects, Professional Engineers, Professional Land Surveyors and Landscape Architects
SB 781 - Goodman - Modifies provisions relating to emergencies and political subdivisions
SB 782 - Curls - Establishes the Lupus Research Trust Fund
SB 783 - Curls - Modifies provisions of the Distressed Areas Land Assemblage Tax Credit
SB 784 - Curls - Designates the month of May each year as Lupus Awareness Month
SB 785 - Parson - Modifies provisions relating to the dispensation of controlled substances
SB 786 - Keaveny - Requires the State Auditor to audit and compare the costs of death penalty cases and first-degree murder cases in which the death penalty is not sought
SB 787 - Curls - WITHDRAWN
SB 788 - Keaveny - Requires appointment of St. Louis City circuit clerk
SB 789 - Kraus - Modifies provisions relating to DNA profiling by the Missouri State Highway Patrol crime lab and the DNA Profiling Analysis Fund
SB 790 - Crowell - Prohibits the Department of Revenue from redeeming certain tax credits until after June 30, 2013
SB 791 - Curls - Amends laws relating to small loans
SB 792 - Brown - Classifies a retailer with a machine that processes tobacco into a roll or tube as a manufacturer of cigarettes
SB 793 - Munzlinger - Modifies how funds from the lottery and the Gaming Commission Fund are distributed
SB 794 - Schmitt - Establishes the Missouri Works program that provides tax incentives for qualifying companies
SB 795 - Callahan - Authorizes the establishment of a land bank agency in Kansas City
SB 796 - Justus - Repeals provision making changes enacted by Senate Bill 7 (1st Ext. Sess. 2011) contingent on the passage of another act
SB 797 - Justus - Requires the Department of Elementary and Secondary Education to establish a voluntary prekindergarten program
SB 798 - Justus - Prohibits discrimination based upon a person's sexual orientation or gender identity
SB 799 - Justus - Changes the requirements for school anti-bullying policies
SB 800 - Justus - Modifies provisions relating to sexual education
SB 801 - Justus - Creates the Missouri Tuition Equity Act
SB 802 - Justus - Requires school districts to contract with other agencies or entities for the provision of alternative education services for certain disruptive students
SB 803 - Rupp - Modifies provisions relating to behavior analysts and the Behavior Analyst Advisory Board
SB 804 - Engler - Criminalizes the failure to vacate leased premises in a rent and possession case under chapter 535
SB 805 - Engler - Increases the penalties and driver license suspension periods for those who fail to yield the right-of-way in certain instances
SB 806 - Cunningham - Modifies the teacher tenure systems
SB 807 - Dempsey - Modifies the law relating to the Second Injury Fund
SB 808 - Lembke - Implements recall elections for U.S. Senators
SB 809 - Lamping - Modifies provisions relating to public accommodations and service dogs for persons with mental disabilities
SB 810 - Lamping - Modifies current provisions relating to tuberculosis treatment and prevention
SB 811 - Dixon - Authorizes the Board of Governors of Missouri State University to convey certain real property to the City of Springfield
SB 812 - Schaefer - Establishes the Missouri Electronic Prior Authorization Committee and pilot program
SB 813 - Richard - Modifies provisions relating to financial transactions
SB 814 - Brown - Modifies provisions relating to state land survey duties
SB 815 - McKenna - Allows Jefferson County to enter into contracts with municipalities in the county for the performance of local government duties in those cities by county officers
SB 816 - Kraus - Redefines "misconduct" and "good cause" for the purposes of disqualification from unemployment benefits
SB 817 - Parson - Modifies the laws relating to initiative and referendum petitions
SB 818 - Parson - Modifies the law regarding the issuance of temporary permit tags
SB 819 - Nieves - Prohibits state enforcement of provisions of the National Defense Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 2012
SB 820 - Nieves - Adds training requirements for 911 dispatch operators and provides certain civil immunity
SB 821 - McKenna - Allows council members in third class cities to serve four-year terms upon passage of an ordinance or ballot proposal
SB 822 - Munzlinger - Modifies a reference to the Missouri Agricultural and Small Business Development Authority
SB 823 - Munzlinger - Allows the Board of Probation and Parole to conduct hearings with offenders via videoconference
SB 824 - Schaefer - Designates the month of May as "Motorcycle Awareness Month"
SB 825 - Justus - Imposes campaign contribution limits
SB 826 - Crowell - Modifies the law relating to ethics
SB 827 - Crowell - Modifies the law relating to workers' compensation co-employee liability
SB 828 - Crowell - Modifies the law relating to occupational disease under the workers' compensation system
SB 829 - Crowell - Modifies the law relating to the Second Injury Fund
SB 830 - Wasson - Modifies provisions relating to physician assistant supervision
SB 831 - Wasson - Designates a portion of Highway 5 between the city of Ava and Mansfield as the "Missouri Fox Trotting Highway"
SB 832 - Wasson - Establishes a closed primary
SB 833 - Ridgeway - Designates the pedestrian and bicycle path on the Heart of America Bridge in Kansas City as the "Bob Watts Memorial Bicycle & Pedestrian Bridge"
SB 834 - Mayer - Requires certain funds received by sheriffs to be placed in a special fund in the county treasury
SB 835 - Kehoe - Modifies references to fireworks classifications
SB 836 - Schaaf - Requires certain state agencies to update and verify the accuracy of the information on the respective websites, as the websites pertain to social service programs
SB 837 - Dempsey - Modifies what is considered to be a franchise between alcohol wholesalers and suppliers
SB 838 - Richard - Modifies provisions relating to funding for site remediation in certain municipal areas
SB 839 - Lembke - Exempts certain school districts governed by a special administrative board from having to pay tuition and transportation for students who attend an accredited school under certain circumstances
SB 840 - Ridgeway - Requires certain businesses to use an automated system for the collection of sales and use taxes
SB 841 - Ridgeway - Allows farmers to sell up to 100 gallons of raw milk or cream per day at farmers markets
SB 842 - Lamping - Modifies the Public School Retirement System of Missouri and the Public Education Employee Retirement System of Missouri
SB 843 - Lamping - Allows motorists to purchase an additional third license plate to serve as a visible plate when a bicycle rack or other item obstructs the view of the mounted plate
SB 844 - Lamping - Modifies provisions relating to the Public Service Commission
SB 845 - Keaveny - Allows a city that adopts or has already adopted a local option economic development sales tax to increase the number of members on the economic development tax board
SB 846 - Engler - Modifies provisions of landlord and tenant law as they relate to bed bugs
SB 847 - Rupp - Designates a portion of Highway 64/40 in St. Charles County as the "Darrell B Roegner Memorial Highway"
SB 848 - Rupp - Modifies numerous provisions of law that specify the application of a particular interest rate
SB 849 - Purgason - Modifies provisions relating to solid waste management
SB 850 - Purgason - Prohibits sterilization and disposition of seized or confiscated animals until the outcome of charges against the animals' owner have been determined
SB 851 - Crowell - Bars legislators from lobbying and serving on boards commissions and committees for two years after leaving office
SB 852 - Crowell - Places newly hired St. Louis City firemen into a new retirement system if the city adopts such a new system
SB 853 - Crowell - Removes St. Louis City firemen hired after August 28, 2012 from the current retirement system and places them in a new system
SB 854 - Mayer - Modifies provisions relating to home- and community-based care
SB 855 - Schaaf - Modifies the eligibility requirements for food stamps assistance as it relates to ineligible immigrants
SB 856 - Rupp - Establishes the "Senate Interim Committee on the Structure of the Missouri Employers Mutual Insurance Company" to study whether MEMIC should be sold, privatized, or have its current structure modified
SB 857 - Brown - Allows certain funds collected for a sheriff's operating costs to be used to supplement the sheriff's base salary
SB 858 - Schaaf - Modifies provisions relating to safety provisions in mental health facilities
SB 859 - Nieves - Authorizes the Division of Professional Registration to regulate mixed martial arts and creates rules for amateur contests
SB 860 - Nieves - Authorizes the State Fire Marshal to issue certificates to fire sprinkler contractors
SB 861 - Purgason - Creates the Task Force on Government Continuity
SB 862 - Engler - Modifies the Missouri Public Prompt Payment Act
SB 863 - Wright-Jones - Requires parents to file parenting plans after paternity has been established in court
SB 864 - Wright-Jones - Modifies provisions regarding the data required as to the rehospitalizations of premature infants
SB 865 - Pearce - Allows University of Missouri Extension Councils to form extension districts made up of cooperating counties
SB 866 - Lembke - Requires Missouri Employers Mutual Insurance Company to transition into a private mutual insurance company by January 1, 2014
SB 867 - Lembke - Categorizes site consultants as executive lobbyists
SB 868 - Kehoe - Modifies the filing of reports and fees relating to hazardous materials
SB 869 - Kehoe - Modifies provisions pertaining to the Public Service Commission, Office of Public Counsel, and nuclear plant development cost recovery
SB 870 - Lamping - Authorizes a certification for school social workers
SB 871 - Lamping - Modifies provisions relating to domestic violence
SB 872 - Justus - Modifies provisions relating to criminal law
SB 873 - Lembke - Creates an exemption from real estate appraiser license requirement for persons representing property owners in appealing assessments
SB 874 - McKenna - Modifies record-keeping provisions in the Property Assessment Clean Energy (PACE) Act
SB 875 - 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 876 - Kehoe - Prohibits beer manufacturers and liquor wholesalers from owning certain interests in each other
SB 877 - Mayer - Requires each state department to quarterly report certain information about its employees to the General Assembly
SB 878 - Mayer - Modifies the law relating to workers' compensation
SB 879 - Wasson - Allows insurers that purchase vehicles through the claims adjustment process to obtain salvage certificate of titles or junking certificates under certain conditions
SB 880 - Wasson - Modifies provisions relating to physician assistant supervision during declared emergencies
SB 881 - Pearce - Creates a tax credit for purchases of processed biomass engineered fiber fuel
SB 882 - Pearce - Expands eligibility for the small business income tax deduction for new job creation
SB 883 - Richard - Adopts an agreement to elect the president by national popular vote
SB 884 - Nieves - Modifies provisions related to firearms
SB 885 - Engler - Makes negligently casting flyrock onto property not under the responsibility of the person using explosives a violation of the Missouri Blasting Safety Act
SB 886 - Engler - Subjects 383 malpractice associations to stricter surplus and solvency regulations
SB 887 - Ridgeway - Authorizes North Kansas City to impose a sales tax for improving public safety, upon approval of the voters
SB 888 - Ridgeway - Authorizes Franklin County and Clay County to establish a municipal court if approved by the county commission
SB 889 - Lager - Modifies provisions relating to natural resources
SB 890 - Lager - Modifies the law relating to professional conduct during Division of Finance examinations and confidentiality agreements
SB 891 - Lager - Allows telecommunications providers and rural electric cooperatives to attach equipment to other utility poles for smart grid or broadband purposes
SB 892 - Kraus - Modifies the law relating to uniform military and overseas voters
SB 893 - Kraus - Requires certain offenders to undergo criminal history checks in order to have their driver's licenses reinstated or have limited driving privileges granted
SB 894 - Curls - Modifies the type of information required from applicants for a motor vehicle registration and a concealed carry endorsement
SB 895 - Curls - Modifies provisions relating to school districts classified as provisionally accredited or unaccredited by the State Board of Education
SB 896 - Schaefer - Requires the General Assembly to consider youth smoking statistics when appropriating money from the Life Sciences Research Fund
SB 897 - Schaefer - Prohibits law enforcement agencies from establishing roadside checkpoint or road block patterns based upon a particular vehicle type, including the establishment of motorcycle-only checkpoints
SB 898 - Schaefer - Provides an exemption to certain asbestos-related state requirements for certain entities
SB 899 - Green - Requires a one time transfer of certain fund balances to the State General Revenue Fund
SB 900 - Munzlinger - Requires the Office of State Courts Administrator to take certain actions when a person fails to pay, or honor an agreement to repay, debt owed to a county jail
SB 901 - Lembke - Modifies the requirements for a county, city, town, or village to issue revenue bonds and the ability of industrial development corporations to issue bonds
SB 902 - Lamping - Modifies provisions relating to funding for the Office of Public Counsel and temporary rate adjustments for regulated utilities
SB 903 - Lamping - Provides the process for disposition of dogs involved in the crime of dog fighting
SB 904 - Mayer - Allows under certain circumstances outpatient-only ambulatory surgical centers to operate under a hospital license
SB 905 - Mayer - Allows certain political subdivisions to contract out engineering, water quality management, and maintenance services on existing water storage tanks
SB 906 - Kraus - Prohibits certain taxpayers from receiving benefits under certain programs administered by the Department of Economic Development
SB 907 - Schaaf - Requires certain employers to post certain rights of employees with respect to labor organizations
SB 908 - Kehoe - Modifies provisions regarding the crime of trespass
SB 909 - Cunningham - Modifies provisions of evidence law relating to business records and hearsay
SB 910 - Ridgeway - Allows political subdivisions to apply to the Office of Administration to use the state's ".mo.gov" internet domain name
SB 911 - Ridgeway - Prohibits employers from using the last four digits of an employee's Social Security number as their employee identification number
SB 912 - McKenna - Authorizes the City of Pevely to impose a transient guest tax upon approval of the voters to fund the promotion of tourism
SCR 14 - Stouffer - Restates the mission of the Missouri-Israel Cooperative Agreement
SCR 15 - Dempsey - 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 16 - Stouffer - Urges the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers to modify its river management protocol to make flood control a top priority
SCR 17 - Lamping - Urges the use of the slogan "The Great Rivers State" by the State of Missouri
SCR 18 - Rupp - Rescinds Missouri's 1983 call for a constitutional convention
SCR 19 - Munzlinger - Disapproves the new values for agricultural and horticultural property filed by the State Tax Commission
SCR 20 - Rupp - Authorizes the Department of Economic Development to approve certain investments under the New Markets Development Program
SCR 21 - Pearce - Urges Congress to support greater domestic development of North American sources of oil and approve the Keystone XL pipeline project
SCR 22 - Justus - Urges ratification of the Equal Rights Amendment to the United States Constitution
SCR 23 - Munzlinger - Urges Congress to further address the issue of allowing the interstate sale of state-inspected meat and poultry
SCR 24 - Stouffer - Urges the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration to rescind its newly published rule regarding hours of service and refrain from adopting regulations concerning sleep apnea and other measures affecting the trucking industry
SCR 25 - Mayer - Urges the federal government to manage the Mississippi River to protect against devastating flood events
SCR 26 - Stouffer - Establishes the Joint Interim Committee on Transportation Needs to study the transportation infrastructure needs of Missouri
SCR 27 - Ridgeway - Applies for a constitutional convention for proposing an amendment to the United States Constitution to require a balanced budget and restrict increases in taxes
SCR 28 - Mayer - Establishes the Joint Committee on the Missouri Criminal Code to study the state's criminal laws
SJR 23 - Crowell - Proposes a constitutional amendment to create term limits for all statewide elected officials
SJR 24 - Crowell - Requires the joint election of the Governor and Lieutenant Governor beginning in the year 2016
SJR 25 - Crowell - Lowers the number of State Representatives from 163 to 101
SJR 26 - Lager - Proposes a constitutional amendment to create term limits for all statewide elected officials
SJR 27 - Munzlinger - Increases the number of commissioners on the Conservation Commission and provides term limits
SJR 28 - Munzlinger - Amends the Constitution to require the development and sale of a veterans lottery ticket
SJR 29 - Lamping - Requires the legislative session to end in late March rather than mid-May, beginning with the 98th General Assembly
SJR 30 - Lamping - Requires the joint election of the Governor and Lieutenant Governor beginning in the year 2016
SJR 31 - Chappelle-Nadal - Makes St. Louis City a part of St. Louis County
SJR 32 - 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 33 - Chappelle-Nadal - Proposes a constitutional amendment replacing the Highways and Transportation Commission with a Director of Transportation
SJR 34 - Purgason - Replaces all taxes on income with a sales and use tax
SJR 35 - Ridgeway - Replaces all taxes on income with sales and use taxes that are capped at certain rates
SJR 36 - Ridgeway - Caps the tax on real property and freezes the property taxes on individuals 62 years old or older
SJR 37 - Crowell - Requires all meetings of apportionment commissions to be conducted in public and prohibits commission members from serving in the General Assembly for six years after service on commission
SJR 38 - Kraus - Requires refunds to taxpayers when state revenues grow by seven and a half percent or more
SJR 39 - Cunningham - Prohibits laws interfering with freedom of choice in health care
SJR 40 - Kraus - Amends the constitution to modify the ban on retrospective laws
SJR 41 - Lembke - Provides for election of certain judges and appointment by Governor of a Supreme Court judge
SJR 42 - Lembke - Provides for appointment by the Governor of certain judges with Senate approval
SJR 43 - Green - Limits the total service in the General Assembly to sixteen years in any proportion between the Senate and the House of Representatives
SJR 44 - Green - Creates a two year budget cycle
SJR 45 - Nieves - Prohibits Missouri state government from recognizing, enforcing, or acting in furtherance of certain actions of the federal government
SJR 46 - Lager - Limits general revenue appropriations and mandates state income tax rate reductions in certain situations
SJR 47 - Rupp - Removes a portion of the Missouri Constitution that prohibits distribution of public funds to religious organizations
SJR 48 - Dixon - Modifies provisions regarding members and meetings of Missouri Senate and House of Representative apportionment commissions
SJR 49 - Rupp - Prohibits laws interfering with religious beliefs
SJR 50 - Curls - Increases the amount of time for repaying the Budget Reserve Fund, when funds from the Budget Reserve Fund are appropriated due to a disaster, or the Governor's reduction of the state's expenditures
SJR 51 - Lembke - Modifies the composition of Appellate Judicial Commission and number of nominees for vacancies in the Supreme Court and Court of Appeals
SR 1316 - Dempsey - Relating to Senate employee classification
SR 1762 - Schmitt - Urges religious freedom for the Ecumenical Patriarchate of Turkey
SR 2075 - Dempsey - Declares May 3, 2012, the Missouri Day of Prayer
SR 2194 - Kehoe - Use of the Chamber / YMCA Youth in Government
SR 2195 - Kehoe - Use of the Chamber / Silver Haired Legislature
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