Missouri State Senate

Bills Sponsored by Senator Schaaf


SB 14 - Raises Medicaid eligibility for the aged, blind and disabled population by modifying the eligibility for pregnant women and children if tax credits are available in a federal exchange
SB 87 - Modifies provisions relating to breast-feeding
SB 88 - Modifies provisions relating to the furnishing of medical records and hospital licensure
SB 146 - Establishes a Prescription Drug Monitoring Program
SB 166 - Extends allocation of tax revenues from the nonresident entertainer and athlete tax until December 31, 2019
SB 178 - Modifies provisions relating to safety provisions in mental health facilities
SB 194 - Limits the certificate of need program to only long-term care facilities
SB 206 - Designates "jumping jacks" as the official exercise of the state of Missouri
SB 250 - Modifies provisions relating to the crime of possession of child pornography
SB 259 - Modifies provisions related to infectious diseases reported to the Department of Health and Senior Services
SB 307 - Prohibits contractual provisions that restrict the disclosure of contractual payment amounts between providers and health carriers under certain circumstances
SB 308 - Requires health benefit plans to establish equal out-of-pocket requirements for oral anticancer medications and intravenously administered chemotherapy medications
SB 309 - Prohibits certain types of public benefit corporations from entering into agreements to operate health insurance exchanges
SB 444 - Requires certain state agencies to update and verify the accuracy of the information on the respective websites, as the websites pertain to health care
SJR 15 - Modifies the Constitution to allow for propensity evidence in prosecutions for crimes of a sexual nature involving a victim under the age of eighteen
HB 47 - Requires an annual in-person parental consent for a minor younger than 17 to use a tanning device in a tanning a facility
HB 593 - Establishes the Missouri Oral Chemotherapy Parity Interim Committee
HJR 16 - Modifies the Constitution to allow for propensity evidence in prosecutions for crimes of a sexual nature involving a victim under the age of sixteen

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