Missouri State Senate

Bills Sponsored by Senator Kehoe

SB 613 - Requires courts to award prevailing defendants their costs and attorney's fees
SB 614 - 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 625 - 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 - Limits liability for a manufacturer after a product has been materially altered and modifies certain interest rates
SB 719 - Modifies various provisions relating to the regulation of transportation
SB 720 - 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 752 - 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 763 - Prohibits the charging of fee for releasing a lien or encumbrance from a certificate of ownership unless certain conditions are met
SB 835 - Modifies references to fireworks classifications
SB 868 - Modifies the filing of reports and fees relating to hazardous materials
SB 869 - Modifies provisions pertaining to the Public Service Commission, Office of Public Counsel, and nuclear plant development cost recovery
SB 876 - Prohibits beer manufacturers and liquor wholesalers from owning certain interests in each other
SB 908 - Modifies provisions regarding the crime of trespass
SR 2194 - Use of the Chamber / YMCA Youth in Government
SR 2195 - Use of the Chamber / Silver Haired Legislature
HB 1318 - Modifies provisions relating to children's services and establishes "Sam Pratt's Law"
HB 1329 - Modifies the law regarding the issuance of temporary permit tags and the collection of sales taxes on motor vehicles, trailers, boats, and outboard motors
HB 1647 - Modifies provisions relating to public safety
HB 1818 - Classifies time-share units as residential property for property tax purposes when the units are not rented and requires county assessors to consider certain factors when assessing real estate