Missouri State Senate

2014 Senate Bills


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SB 485 - Rupp - Modifies provisions relating to student transfers, school accreditation, and charter schools
SB 486 - Rupp - Modifies the law relating to campaign finance
SB 487 - Rupp - Modifies the law relating to campaign finance
SB 488 - Lager - Bars members of the General Assembly from acting as paid political consultants and imposes a two year cooling off period before members may become lobbyists
SB 489 - Lager - Mandates that judges must disqualify themselves from hearing a proceeding in certain situations
SB 490 - Lager - Modifies the law relating to public policy exceptions to the at-will employment doctrine
SB 491 - Justus - Modifies provisions relating to criminal law
SB 492 - Pearce - Modifies provisions relating to the authorization for funding and administrative processes in higher education
SB 493 - Pearce - Modifies provisions relating to elementary and secondary education
SB 494 - Pearce - Requires the Joint Committee on Education to conduct a study of the Bright Flight Scholarship, Access Missouri Financial Assistance Program, and the A+ Schools Program
SB 495 - Schmitt - Modifies provisions relating to student transfers, school accreditation, and charter schools
SB 496 - Schmitt - Phases in an income tax deduction for business income
SB 497 - Schmitt - Reduces the top rate of tax on personal income over a period of years
SB 498 - Schaefer - Modifies provisions relating to health insurance
SB 499 - Keaveny - Modifies provision of law relating to qualified spousal trusts, mediation provisions in trusts, and no-contest clauses
SB 500 - Keaveny - Modifies provisions of law relating to qualified spousal trusts, and no-contest clauses and mediation provisions in wills and trusts
SB 501 - Keaveny - Provides that a trustee and the attorney shall be afforded the protections granted under attorney-client privilege
SB 502 - Schaaf - Modifies provisions relating to breast-feeding
SB 503 - Schaaf - Exempts users of enclosed three wheel vehicles that contain manufacturer-installed seat belts with shoulder restraints from the requirement to wear helmets
SB 504 - Munzlinger - Requires state agencies to post proposed rules, summaries, and fiscal notes on their websites
SB 505 - Munzlinger - Modifies the schedule of transfers from the Gaming Commission Fund
SB 506 - Munzlinger - Modifies provisions relating to agriculture
SB 507 - Dixon - Modifies the gubernatorial appointment process for acting directors and the process for filling vacancies in certain state public offices
SB 508 - Parson - Modifies various provisions relating to health insurance
SB 509 - Kraus - Modifies provisions relating to income taxes
SB 510 - Kraus - Redefines "misconduct" and "good cause" for the purposes of disqualification from unemployment benefits
SB 511 - Kraus - Establishes photo identification requirements for voting
SB 512 - Lamping - Modifies the law relating to campaign finance, lobbying, and public official conflicts of interest
SB 513 - Lamping - Creates an income tax credit based on the number of taxpayer's dependent children
SB 514 - Lamping - Prohibits the State Board of Education, the Department of Elementary and Secondary Education, and school districts from implementing the Common Core State Standards
SB 515 - Chappelle-Nadal - Allows the Senate to remove the Commissioner of Education by a vote of two-thirds of its members
SB 516 - Chappelle-Nadal - Modifies provisions relating to elementary and secondary education
SB 517 - Chappelle-Nadal - Provides that charter school sponsors are responsible for all expenditures associated with the closure of a charter school they sponsor
SB 518 - Sater - Extends MO HealthNet managed care statewide for only the current managed care populations
SB 519 - Sater - Amends the current waiting period for having an abortion from 24 hours to 72 hours
SB 520 - Sater - Modifies the law relating to leave time for state employees who are adoptive and foster parents
SB 521 - Emery - Modifies provisions relating to elementary and secondary education
SB 522 - Emery - Allows students to enroll in another school district or charter school for purposes of attending virtual courses or programs
SB 523 - Emery - Prohibits school districts from requiring a student to use an identification device that uses radio frequency identification technology to transmit certain information
SB 524 - Cunningham - Modifies provisions relating to health and welfare
SB 525 - Cunningham - Modifies provisions relating to food preparation and production
SB 526 - Cunningham - Requires the Division of Workers' Compensation to develop and maintain a workers' compensation claims database
SB 527 - Wallingford - Designates each March 27th as "Medical Radiation Safety Awareness Day"
SB 528 - Wallingford - Modifies various provisions of law regarding the licensure of certain professionals
SB 529 - Wallingford - Modifies the Missouri Public Prompt Payment Act and the law relating to public works projects
SB 530 - Libla - Allows for alcohol or drug use or related convictions to be considered in determining parental fitness in termination of parental rights proceedings
SB 531 - Nasheed - Modifies the minimum wage laws
SB 532 - Nasheed - Modifies provisions relating to educational and medical consent provided by relative caregivers
SB 533 - Nasheed - Requires all genetically modified meat and fish raised and sold in Missouri to be labeled as genetically modified
SB 534 - Sifton - Modifies provisions relating to student transfers, school accreditation, and charter schools
SB 535 - Sifton - Requires the Department of Elementary and Secondary Education to designate accredited school districts to which an unaccredited district must provide transportation for transfer students
SB 536 - Sifton - Institutes a lobbyist gift ban for the members of the General Assembly and their candidate committees
SB 537 - Parson - Modifies insurance holding company regulation and expands the power of the director of the department of insurance to examine insurance holding company systems
SB 538 - Keaveny - Modifies provisions relating to state funding for education
SB 539 - Keaveny - Allows school districts and charter schools to receive state aid for children ages three to five participating in the district's or charter school's pre-kindergarten program
SB 540 - Keaveny - Increases the fine for seat belt violation from $10 to $50
SB 541 - Munzlinger - Eliminates the renter's portion of the Senior Citizens Property Tax Credit for persons first qualifying after January 1, 2014
SB 542 - Munzlinger - Establishes the Missouri Nonrecourse Consumer Legal Lending Act
SB 543 - Munzlinger - Modifies provisions relating to agricultural land values for property tax purposes
SB 544 - Lamping - Requires a portion of sales and use taxes collected to be deposited into the State Road Fund
SB 545 - Lamping - Modifies provisions relating to student transfers, school accreditation, and charter schools
SB 546 - Lamping - Modifies Missouri' Health Care Freedom Act by prohibiting the state from implementing a health insurance exchange, prohibiting insurers from accepting remuneration and prescribing duties of the Attorney General for enforcement of the act
SB 547 - Chappelle-Nadal - Requires any school board that sponsors a charter school to use an estimate of the district's current year weighted average daily attendance
SB 548 - Chappelle-Nadal - Creates the crimes of failing to stop illegal firearm possession, negligent storage of a firearm, and failure to notify a school of firearm ownership
SB 549 - Chappelle-Nadal - Creates the crimes of failing to stop illegal weapon possession, negligent storage of a weapon, and failure to notify a school of weapon ownership
SB 550 - Sater - Provides that public employees are ineligible for retirement benefits if found guilty of certain crimes
SB 551 - Sater - Creates the offense of unlawful internet communication with a minor
SB 552 - Sater - Modifies provisions regarding the termination of alimony and maintenance payments
SB 553 - Emery - Modifies the electronic system requirement for certain home-and community-based providers
SB 554 - Cunningham - Requires state agencies, public schools and colleges, and political subdivisions to use the traditional names of holidays
SB 555 - Nasheed - Imposes campaign contribution limits and bans certain lobbyist gifts
SB 556 - Nasheed - Creates reporting requirements for lost or stolen firearms, expands the list of crimes that are eligible for expungement, and creates a gun buyback pilot program
SB 557 - Nasheed - Modifies provisions relating to community improvement districts utilizing business license taxes
SB 558 - Sifton - Reauthorizes the Missouri Homestead Preservation tax credit program
SB 559 - Sifton - Prohibits an insurer from requiring any waiting period for health insurance coverage for maternity benefits and requires coverage to begin immediately from the effective date of the health insurance policy or plan
SB 560 - Sifton - Changes the requirements for school antibullying policies
SB 561 - Munzlinger - Creates a permit for hobby manufacturers of fireworks
SB 562 - Chappelle-Nadal - Allows school districts and charter schools to establish and implement an age-appropriate curriculum to educate students about domestic violence and teen dating violence prevention
SB 563 - Chappelle-Nadal - Creates a crime for employers who divulge certain personal information of employees and customers
SB 564 - Chappelle-Nadal - Requires long-term care facilities to be encouraged to institute policies facilitating familial involvement in the well-being and support of its residents
SB 565 - Nasheed - Requires firearm owners to report the loss or theft of a firearm to a local law enforcement agency
SB 566 - Sifton - 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 567 - Chappelle-Nadal - Modifies provisions relating to public health
SB 568 - Chappelle-Nadal - Prohibits a workforce development agency from knowingly omitting from any bidding process an entity with whom it has a contract
SB 569 - Chappelle-Nadal - Licenses clinical laboratory personnel
SB 570 - Chappelle-Nadal - Repeals provisions relating to unauthorized and unlawfully present aliens
SB 571 - Chappelle-Nadal - Creates the Residential Electronic Products Recycling and Reuse Act and repeals the Manufacturer Responsibility and Consumer Convenience Equipment Collection and Recovery Act
SB 572 - Chappelle-Nadal - Enacts a state-wide smoking ban
SB 573 - Munzlinger - Authorizes all third and fourth class counties to collect a property tax to pay for road rock on county roads
SB 574 - Munzlinger - Reauthorizes the alternative fuel tax credit for six years and adds electric vehicles recharging properties to the list of eligible properties
SB 575 - Dixon - Modifies and repeals a number of existing, expired or obsolete committees as well as creating the new Joint Committee on the Justice System
SB 576 - Kraus - WITHDRAWN
SB 577 - Kraus - Prohibits further authorization of certain tax credits and modifies historic preservation and low-income housing tax credits
SB 578 - Kraus - Modifies the membership of the county political party committees in Jackson County
SB 579 - Holsman - Prohibits planned communities from barring the installation of solar energy systems
SB 580 - Kraus - Allows representatives of military candidates and candidates with disabilities to draw numbers to establish ballot order
SB 581 - Rupp - Allows certain sewer districts to seek voter approval of a fee for a lateral sewer service line repair program
SB 582 - Rupp - Changes the asset limits to qualify for MO HealtNet benefits to $5,000 for a single person and $10,000 for a married couple
SB 583 - Dixon - Changes the evidentiary standard for noneconomic damages in medical malpractice cases
SB 584 - Dixon - Modifies provisions relating to taxation
SB 585 - Dixon - Modifies the calculation of the limitation for punitive damages
SB 586 - Kraus - Requires only one motor vehicle license plate unless the registered owner is eligible to receive a second plate
SB 587 - Kraus - Requires political subdivisions using automated traffic enforcement systems to distribute such fines to local school districts for transportation purposes
SB 588 - Kraus - Allows a fifteen day grace period upon transfer or sale of a motor vehicle for the acquiring owner to obtain new registration for a motor vehicle
SB 589 - Brown - Modifies provisions of law relating to civil actions for damages
SB 590 - Brown - Changes the inspections of lodging establishments by the Department from once a year to every two years
SB 591 - Sater - Modifies provisions relating to agriculture
SB 592 - Sater - WITHDRAWN
SB 593 - Sater - Modifies provisions relating to nonpartisan elections
SB 594 - Libla - Increases the minimum age of certain inoperable vehicles and repeals the requirement of a lien check to qualify for the exceptions to the duty of scrap metal operators to obtain certificates of title
SB 595 - Walsh - Modifies provisions relating to student transfers, school accreditation, and charter schools
SB 596 - Holsman - Modifies regulation of autocycle operators and exempts such operators from using protective headgear
SB 597 - Holsman - Repeals exceptions to the duty of scrap metal operators to obtain certificates of title for certain inoperable vehicles
SB 598 - Holsman - Modifies provisions relating to the Renewable Energy Standard
SB 599 - Kraus - Restricts the storage and use as evidence of data collected through automated license plate reader systems by government entities
SB 600 - Sater - Changes provisions for license plates honoring veterans; expands WWII, Korean Conflict, & Vietnam War medallion programs to Missouri National Guard members; and creates medallion programs for Operations Iraqi Freedom, New Dawn, Desert Shield & Desert Storm
SB 601 - Holsman - Reauthorizes a deduction for energy efficiency audits and projects for tax years 2014 to 2020
SB 602 - Holsman - Establishes the Capital Green Program to provide funding for energy efficiency improvements to certain state buildings
SB 603 - Holsman - Allows school districts to designate school protection officers who may carry and use pepper spray in schools after undergoing training
SB 604 - Holsman - Allows qualified motorcycle operators to operate motorcycles and motortricycles without protective headgear under certain conditions
SB 605 - Dixon - Modifies provisions relating to higher education
SB 606 - Dixon - Repeals provisions which require persons who solicit on behalf of prepaid legal services to be licensed as an insurance agent
SB 607 - Dixon - Modifies provisions relating to sales taxes
SB 608 - Holsman - Prohibits the gathering of intelligence about a person unless there is evidence of criminal activity and requires warrants to search curbside garbage that is awaiting collection
SB 609 - Parson - Modifies applicability of electronic communication of insurance documents to other provisions of law
SB 610 - Parson - Extends consumer protections against predatory business practices by contractors to owners of commercial properties
SB 611 - Schaaf - Modifies the hospital liens law requiring hospitals to file claims when presented with health insurance and accept contractual health insurance payments as payment in full for covered services
SB 612 - Schaaf - Modifies provisions relating to taxation
SB 613 - Nieves - Modifies provisions relating to firearms
SB 614 - Dixon - Modifies the county description of Jefferson County in provisions of law which allow the county to prosecute certain violations in a county municipal court and provisions of law regarding judicial personnel
SB 615 - Dixon - Modifies provisions of law relating to court costs, civil fines, the Sunshine Law, immunity for law enforcement officers, judgeships, the crime of disarming of a peace officer, and court procedure
SB 616 - Nasheed - Creates the Every Child Can Learn Act to require turnaround options for certain underperforming schools, create personalized learning plans for certain students, address student promotion, and require letter grades for public schools
SB 617 - Rupp - Establishes rights of insurers to present reservation of rights to insured without breaching insurance contract, to defend against loss prior to garnishment, and to refuse to enter contracts to limit recovery
SB 618 - Nieves - Prohibits the state and political subdivisions from implementing policies affecting property rights and from entering into certain relationships with organizations
SB 619 - Nieves - Specifies how courts may rule in contractual disputes involving the law of other countries and jurisdictional issues involving other countries
SB 620 - Nieves - Modifies the use of the Capitol complex grounds by non-public entities
SB 621 - Dixon - Modifies various provisions of law regarding the publication of the statutes, garnishments, criminal procedure, judicial resources, court surcharges, law enforcement liability, and crime prevention
SB 622 - Nieves - Prohibits the state from enforcing certain provisions of the National Defense Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 2012
SB 623 - Nieves - Establishes the paper ballot as the official ballot and requires audits before election certification
SB 624 - LeVota - Modifies provisions relating to school accreditation and student transfers
SB 625 - Sater - Modifies provisions related to methamphetamine precursor drugs
SB 626 - LeVota - Allows local school boards to adopt a year-round educational program
SB 627 - LeVota - Establishes campaign contribution limits
SB 628 - Schaaf - Removes the expiration date on the authority of certain public higher education institutions to transfer real property, except in fee simple, without General Assembly authorization
SB 629 - Kraus - Modifies the law relating to ethics
SB 630 - Wallingford - Modifies numerous provisions relating to elections
SB 631 - Wallingford - Modifies the law relating to the authorizing of local sales taxes and community center districts, annexation elections, absentee voting, military voting procedures, and initiative petitions
SB 632 - Parson - Allows third and fourth class counties to adopt building codes upon voter approval and exempts agricultural structures from county building codes
SB 633 - Parson - 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 634 - Parson - Modifies the title insurance law with respect to the performance of escrow, settlement, or closing services by title insurers, agencies, and agents
SB 635 - Silvey - Prohibits issuance of certain incentives to business relocating from certain counties in Kansas if Kansas enacts a similar prohibition
SB 636 - LeVota - Increases the $2 surcharge for criminal cases in cities or counties with domestic violence shelters to $4
SB 637 - Rupp - Modifies provisions relating to charter schools
SB 638 - Romine - Raises the cap on issuance of certain benevolent tax credits
SB 639 - Brown - Requires mammography facilities to provide to patients certain information regarding breast density
SB 640 - Emery - Allows a court to place a person on electronic monitoring with victim notification if a person has been charged with, or found guilty of, violating an order of protection
SB 641 - Emery - Modifies the definition of ultimate user under the controlled substances chapter to include a person's immediate family regardless of whether they live in the same household
SB 642 - Romine - Modifies provisions relating to proposed surface mining operations
SB 643 - Sifton - Modifies provisions regarding the publishing of the Missouri statutes by the Revisor of Statutes
SB 644 - LeVota - Modifies the time period for fiscal notes to analyze on proposed legislation
SB 645 - LeVota - Modifies laws relating to the number of professional boards that an executive director can serve on and who can request licensee information
SB 646 - LeVota - Moves sections of law known as the "Animal Care Act" and "Canine Cruelty Prevention Act" to the Occupations and Professions Chapter
SB 647 - Sifton - Raises the fiscal year cap on the Food Pantry Tax Credit from $1.25 million to $2 million
SB 648 - LeVota - Transfers the Real Estate Appraisers Commission from the Division of Professional Registration to the Division of Finance
SB 649 - Lager - Modifies provisions relating to right-of-way of political subdivisions
SB 650 - Lager - Modifies provisions relating to wireless communications infrastructure deployment
SB 651 - Lager - Modifies provisions relating to communications services
SB 652 - Lager - Modifies provisions relating to utility access to railroad right-of-way
SB 653 - Lager - Modifies provisions relating to municipal utility poles
SB 654 - Keaveny - Provides that a provision in a trust instrument requiring mediation or arbitration is enforceable
SB 655 - Kraus - Modifies provisions relating to property
SB 656 - Kraus - Modifies provisions relating to firearms and corporate security advisors
SB 657 - Kraus - Prohibits the Administrative Hearing Commission from employing certain individuals for the conducting of special education due process hearings
SB 658 - Wallingford - Provides protections for alternatives to abortion agencies to freely engage in religious practices
SB 659 - Wallingford - Modifies provisions of law regarding the scope of practice and licensing procedures for advanced practice registered nurses
SB 660 - Wallingford - Modifies provisions relating to reproductive health care
SB 661 - LeVota - Provides for the expansion of MO HealthNet services beginning on January 1, 2015
SB 662 - Kraus - Modifies provisions relating to taxation
SB 663 - Munzlinger - Requires health benefit plans to establish equal out of pocket costs for covered oral and intravenously administered chemotherapy medications
SB 664 - Brown - Modifies provisions relating to natural resources
SB 665 - LeVota - Creates crimes related to counterfeit, fake, diluted, or black market drugs
SB 666 - Schmitt - Creates an income tax credit equal to 0.75% of the value of a taxpayer's residential real property
SB 667 - Schmitt - Modifies the gubernatorial appointment process for acting directors and members of boards and commissions
SB 668 - Silvey - Requires health benefit plans to establish equal out of pocket costs for covered oral and intravenously administered chemotherapy medications
SB 669 - Schaaf - Designates "jumping jacks" as the official exercise of the state of Missouri
SB 670 - Sater - Modifies provisions relating to scrap metal
SB 671 - Sater - Extends the equine activity liability waiver to livestock activities
SB 672 - Parson - Modifies provisions relating to businesses, political subdivisions, fire sprinklers, garnishments, asphalt shingles, and real estate appraisers
SB 673 - Kehoe - Modifies the duration of unemployment compensation, the method to pay federal advances, and raises the fund trigger causing contribution rate reductions
SB 674 - Kehoe - Authorizes the Missouri State Capitol Commission and the Office of Administration to enter into contracts for events held at the State Capitol and the Missouri State Penitentiary historic site
SB 675 - Kehoe - Allows political subdivisions to assign operation of a retirement plan to the Missouri Local Government Employees' Retirement system
SB 676 - Curls - Changes the notice requirement to a tenant in a foreclosure action from ten days to ninety days
SB 677 - Curls - Regulates certain contracts for the sale of residential real estate
SB 678 - Curls - Modifies provisions relating to lead licensing
SB 679 - Curls - Modifies laws regarding educational parental support for higher education
SB 680 - Curls - Modifies provisions relating to public assistance
SB 681 - Curls - Provides a process for the Parole Board to review the case histories of offenders serving more than 15 years in prison and recommend clemency or allow release on parole
SB 682 - Curls - Allows judges to suspend the imposition of an adult criminal sentence for juvenile offenders
SB 683 - Curls - 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 684 - Holsman - Requires hospitals and ambulatory surgical centers to report prices for most common procedures
SB 685 - LeVota - Creates procedures for an adopted person to obtain a copy of an original birth certificate
SB 686 - LeVota - Modifies the minimum wage laws
SB 687 - LeVota - Authorizes an earned income tax credit
SB 688 - LeVota - Requires health carriers to file their premium rates and accompanying information with the Department of Insurance for approval
SB 689 - Schmitt - Expands the types of packages in which malt liquor may be sold pursuant to a permit for the sale of malt liquor in the original package
SB 690 - Wasson - Specifies that a Greene County emergency telephone service board is not a political subdivision unless the county commissioners adopt an order reclassifying the board as such
SB 691 - Wasson - Modifies insurance policy cancellation and reinstatement requirements and allows homeowner insurance companies to offer sinkhole coverage
SB 692 - Wasson - Regulates contracts between insurers and providers of optometric and ophthalmic services
SB 693 - Parson - Modifies provisions relating to taxation
SB 694 - Cunningham - Modifies the law relating to payday loans
SB 695 - Keaveny - Authorizes the addition of a child by modifying an existing administrative child support order
SB 696 - Schaefer - Modifies provisions relating to motor vehicles
SB 697 - Schaefer - Allows the Department of Revenue to disclose the annual number of cigarettes sales by the tobacco manufacturer
SB 698 - Justus - Creates the Missouri Angel Investment Incentive Act
SB 699 - Pearce - Grants the Coordinating Board for Higher Education responsibility to enter into agreements for interstate reciprocity regarding the delivery of postsecondary distance education
SB 700 - Sater - Modifies provisions relating to collaborative practice arrangements
SB 701 - Lager - Modifies provisions relating to school superintendents, school accountability report cards, career and technical education, and creates the Farm-to-School Program
SB 702 - Lager - Allows electrical corporations to recover prudently incurred transmission expenses and government-mandated property taxes
SB 703 - Lager - Modifies the law relating to the Missouri Human Rights Act
SB 704 - Lager - Modifies the qualification requirements for enrolling as a land surveyor-in-training
SB 705 - Lager - Restricts the sale of certain bonds by political subdivisions with a credit rating of "A" or higher and allows the treasurer to assist political subdivisions with indebetedness
SB 706 - Cunningham - Prohibits bad faith assertions of patent infringement
SB 707 - Wasson - Modifies the definitions of "all-terrain vehicle," "recreational off-highway vehicle," and "utility vehicle"
SB 708 - Sifton - Allows emergency workers to request, receive and submit absentee ballots in the event of a declared state of emergency
SB 709 - Wallingford - Authorizes the issuance of a medallion, medal and certificate to veterans who served in certain wars
SB 710 - Walsh - Provides that aggravated stalking includes purposely accessing or attempting to access the address of a participant of the address confidentiality program
SB 711 - Walsh - Allows fourth class cities to adopt certain ordinances relating to residential rental property
SB 712 - Walsh - Creates a right to unpaid leave for employees that are affected by domestic violence who are involved in legal proceedings
SB 713 - Emery - Exempts capital gains on gold and silver from income tax and authorizes the storage of gold and silver in private repositories
SRB 714 - Lager - Repeals a number of expired, ineffective and obsolete statutes
SRB 715 - Lager - Codifies a number executive branch agency reorganizations that were done by executive order
SB 716 - Brown - Modifies provisions relating to public health
SB 717 - Brown - Modifies provisions of law relating to persons engaged in hair braiding, the practice of pharmacy, and licensure of federally employed pharmacists and hospital pharmacies
SB 718 - Richard - Allows for volunteer labor on public works projects
SB 719 - Kehoe - Modifies the laws relating to school purchases
SB 720 - Justus - Adds new requirements for state-funded child care providers
SB 721 - Justus - Creates an advance voting system for elections
SB 722 - Justus - Creates the Missouri Tuition Equity Act
SB 723 - Parson - Raises the cap on the amount of revenue bonds that may be issued by the Board of Public Buildings
SB 724 - Parson - Modifies the law relating to the filing of fraudulent financing statements with the Secretary of State and real property documents with recorders of deeds
SB 725 - Nieves - Establishes the "Marc Perez Memorial Bridge" in Franklin county
SB 726 - Chappelle-Nadal - Establishes term limits for State Board of Education members
SB 727 - Chappelle-Nadal - Modifies provisions relating to farmers' market and SNAP benefits
SB 728 - Sifton - Modifies class one election offenses
SB 729 - Romine - Modifies provisions relating to taxation and economic development
SB 730 - Nasheed - Requires the State Board of Education to adopt a classification system to accredit individual school buildings in the St. Louis City and Kansas City school districts
SB 731 - Nasheed - Modifies provisions relating to nuisance ordinances and actions
SB 732 - Keaveny - Modifies provisions relating to criminal procedure
SB 733 - Schaefer - Reduces the rate of tax in personal and corporate income and increases the cap on the federal income tax liability deduction
SB 734 - Cunningham - Allows members of electric cooperatives to participate in certain meetings by mail or electronic means
SB 735 - Brown - Establishes Duty to inform campground guests of campground policies and establishes causes for which a campground owner can remove a person from a campground and a penalty for failure to leave
SB 736 - Sater - Modifies provisions relating to the Temporary Assistance for Needy Families Program
SB 737 - Walsh - Creates the crime of obstruction of an ethics investigation
SB 738 - Walsh - Modifies numerous provisions relating to campaign finance
SB 739 - Romine - Modifies provisions relating to the MO HealthNet program
SB 740 - Lamping - Modifies the caps on Low-Income Housing and Historic Preservation tax credits
SB 741 - Parson - Authorizes gaming establishment to provide lines of credit
SB 742 - Schmitt - Relates to incentives created by the Missouri Export Incentive Act
SB 743 - Schmitt - Requires all tax credit programs created on or after August 28, 2014 to comply with the Tax Credit Accountability Act of 2004
SB 744 - Nieves - Modifies provisions relating to firearms
SB 745 - Munzlinger - Modifies the provisions regarding sheriffs and other law enforcement officers, weapons, and concealed carry permits
SB 746 - Munzlinger - Exempts violations of traffic laws enforced by automated traffic enforcement systems from the mandatory driver's license point system
SB 747 - Munzlinger - Requires county salary commissions to give sheriffs pay raises at the beginning of each new term of office to be paid for by fees collected by the sheriff
SB 748 - Walsh - Requires certain individuals to receive the meningococcal vaccine
SB 749 - Walsh - Creates an advance voting system for elections
SB 750 - Walsh - Protects employees from being required to disclose personal user names or passwords
SB 751 - LeVota - Modifies the law relating to election authorities and central polling places
SB 752 - LeVota - Provides that appointed officers shall only hold office until their term ends
SB 753 - Keaveny - Requires the state Auditor to compare the costs of death penalty cases and first-degree murder cases in which the death penalty is not sought
SB 754 - Sater - Modifies provisions relating to health care
SB 755 - Wallingford - Creates the Missouri Electrical Industry Licensing Board and licensure requirements for a statewide electrical contractor's license
SB 756 - Schaefer - Adds a weight for gifted education to the elementary and secondary education funding formula
SB 757 - Justus - Modifies the law relating to the Missouri Human Rights Act
SB 758 - Justus - Changes the term "free health clinic" to "community health clinic" and modifies its definition for the purposes of the State Legal Expense Fund
SB 759 - Sifton - Establishes the Missouri Parent/Teacher Involvement Program to provide grants to schools to contribute to the academic and social success of pupils
SB 760 - Chappelle-Nadal - Removes the authority of the State Board of Education to accredit the state's public schools and creates the Missouri Board of School Accreditation
SB 761 - Wallingford - Modifies requirements for insurance benefit determinations by a health carrier
SB 762 - Schaefer - Limits the release of data collected by automobile event data recorders
SB 763 - Schaefer - Allows certain county hospital trustees to offer health care services in adjoining counties
SB 764 - Lager - Allows voters in fourth class cities to propose ordinances via initiative petition and provides a procedure for voters in such cities to protest the passage of ordinances
SB 765 - Chappelle-Nadal - Modifies provisions relating to transient students
SB 766 - Keaveny - Modifies portions of the Uniform Commercial Code relating to secured transactions
SB 767 - Schmitt - Allows the creation of a voluntary registry of persons with health-related ailments to assist individuals in case of a disaster or emergency
SB 768 - Pearce - Authorizes any public library district located in Saline County to impose a sales tax not to exceed one-half of one cent upon voter approval
SB 769 - Pearce - Requires health benefit plans cover diagnosis and treatment of eating disorders
SB 770 - Wallingford - Modifies provisions relating to inspection of abortion facilities
SB 771 - Sater - Creates the offense of possession or transfer of an automated sales suppression device
SB 772 - Lamping - Requires the personal income tax brackets to be adjusted annually in accordance with the consumer price index
SB 773 - Dempsey - Allows first responders to drive ground ambulances in certain emergency situations
SB 774 - Dempsey - Modifies provisions relating to tax increment financing
SB 775 - Walsh - Abolishes the death penalty and provides that any person sentenced to death before August 28, 2014 must be sentenced to life imprisonment without parole
SB 776 - Nieves - Requires sheriffs to be notified prior to the service of a warrant and be present when warrants are served
SB 777 - Nieves - Modifies provisions relating to taxation, penalties for ordinance violations, economic development, and motor vehicle sales
SB 778 - Nieves - Modifies provisions relating to firearms
SB 779 - Munzlinger - Allows Department of Corrections employees' overtime to accrue upon completion of time worked in excess of an employee's normal shift
SB 780 - LeVota - Allows constitutional charter cities that have 100,000 or more inhabitants to enact certain types of ordinances
SB 781 - LeVota - Modifies the law relating to election authorities
SB 782 - Romine - Allows an individual with certification from the American Board for Certification of Teacher Excellence to obtain teacher certification in elementary education
SB 783 - Romine - Establishes the priority of real property security instruments over other interests, liens, and encumbrances
SB 784 - Romine - Makes a technical change to a statute about anatomical gifts
SB 785 - Kehoe - Expands one time temporary boating safety identification card opportunity to include Missouri residents
SB 786 - Schmitt - Modifies provisions relating to intoxicating liquor manufactured for personal or family use and licenses to sell liquor on boats
SB 787 - Justus - Creates the Capital Sentencing Procedures and Protocols Commission
SB 788 - Brown - Authorizes charities to utilize sweepstakes terminal devices on their premises
SB 789 - Dixon - Modifies the authority of the State Auditor with respect to tax returns and grant agreements
SB 790 - Dixon - Modifies penalties for first degree murder when the person was under the age of 18 at the time of committing the offense
SB 791 - Parson - Exempts sales of motorcycles in Platte and Jackson counties from criminal penalties for Sunday sales
SB 792 - Parson - Raises the amount the Crime Victims' Compensation Fund can pay to eligible victims and provides that the Public Safety Department can negotiate costs on behalf of victims
SB 793 - Dixon - Modifies provisions relating to criminal procedure
SB 794 - Chappelle-Nadal - Allows certain financial institutions to transfer fiduciary obligations and modifies the law relating to insurance producers and holding companies
SB 795 - Lager - Modifies the prohibition on a quality rating system for early childhood education that is not established through Missouri statute
SB 796 - Parson - Establishes a procedure to obtain a marriage license for the incarcerated or military persons who are out of the state
SB 797 - Nieves - Prohibits voluntary roadside checkpoints established by law enforcement for the collection of breath, blood, or saliva samples except for sobriety checkpoints
SB 798 - Emery - Modifies provisions relating to elementary and secondary education standards and assessments
SB 799 - Emery - Provides that parties may introduce evidence of the cost, rather than the value, of the medical treatment rendered for the purpose of calculating damages
SB 800 - Romine - Authorizes the Governor to convey state property to the City of Farmington
SB 801 - Holsman - Modifies provisions relating to the Renewable Energy Standard
SB 802 - Dixon - Extends certain time periods for when child abuse and neglect investigations and determinations shall be made by the Children's Division
SB 803 - Justus - Allows third and fourth class counties to adopt building codes upon voter approval and exempts agricultural structures from county building codes
SB 804 - Schaaf - Modifies rulemaking provisions relating to executions, prohibits use of paper money to buy execution drugs, and bars certain people from being members of execution teams
SB 805 - Justus - Allows foster children to contract for automobile insurance
SB 806 - LeVota - Eliminates the deduction for federal income tax liability and raises the personal exemption from $2,100 to $21,100
SB 807 - LeVota - Expands the list of criminal offenses eligible for expungement and specifies that courts close petitions and hearings for expungements of certain suspended sentences
SB 808 - Wasson - Modifies provisions of law relating to the licensure and scope of practice for certain professions
SB 809 - Wasson - Modifies provisions of law regarding licensing of architects, professional engineers, professional land surveyors, and professional landscape architects
SB 810 - Holsman - Exempts railroad crew members of a locomotive or train being operated upon rails from Missouri's driver's license law
SB 811 - Schaaf - Allows for the use of investigational drugs by those with terminal illnesses
SB 812 - Parson - Requires the Department of Economic Development to open an office in Israel
SB 813 - LeVota - Modifies the membership and functions of the Ethics Commission and imposes campaign contribution limits
SB 814 - Brown - Reauthorizes the wood energy producers tax credit and caps the amount of tax credits available under the program each fiscal year
SB 815 - Pearce - Modifies the duties of the State Board of Education and requires the board to promulgate rules regarding student data accessibility
SB 816 - Sater - Provides that the Volunteer Health Services Act shall not apply to health care providers responding to a state of emergency declared by the Governor
SB 817 - Sifton - Establishes the Missouri Immunization Registry
SB 818 - Kehoe - Expands allowable uses for aviation trust fund moneys and modifies requirements for specified limited uses
SB 819 - Wallingford - Enacts multiple provisions to protect the use of student data and teacher data
SB 820 - 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 821 - Schaefer - Adds a motorcycle registration surcharge of five dollars to be deposited in the motorcycle safety trust fund
SB 822 - Parson - Designates the bridge on Missouri Highway 5 over Interstate 44 in Laclede county as the "James R. Ledbetter Memorial Bridge"
SB 823 - Dixon - Provides that public employees are ineligible for retirement benefits if found guilty of certain crimes
SB 824 - Dixon - Modifies provisions relating to prosecutors, political subdivisions, law enforcement, courts, and funerals
SB 825 - Chappelle-Nadal - Modifies the calculation of local effort and free and reduced lunch pupil count used in the elementary and secondary education funding formula
SB 826 - Brown - Provides that corrections officers are to receive hazardous duty pay in addition to their regular pay
SB 827 - Keaveny - Prohibits the use of corporal punishment and the use of spanking to discipline students in public and private schools
SB 828 - Schaaf - Modifies provisions relating to safety provisions in mental health facilities
SB 829 - Kraus - Modifies provisions relating to burden of proof in tax liability cases
SB 830 - Parson - Provides that defendants in tort actions shall only be held severally liable and not jointly
SB 831 - Wallingford - Establishes the Missouri Good Samaritan Law for when emergency services are called for drug overdoses
SB 832 - Walsh - Establishes a Health Care Directives Registry
SB 833 - Walsh - Modifies homeowner's insurance premium rate calculation factors and requires an insurer to pay for structural damage to property in certain instances
SB 834 - Walsh - Requires bidders on public works projects to be responsible bidders
SB 835 - Munzlinger - Requires county salary commissions to provide pay increases to sheriffs to be paid for from a fund in which certain fees received by the sheriff are deposited
SB 836 - Munzlinger - Allows the Governor to convey certain state properties
SB 837 - Sifton - Modifies provisions relating to self-service storage facilities
SB 838 - Emery - Creates the Equal Opportunity Scholarship Program to grant scholarships to students from unaccredited school districts for certain educational costs
SB 839 - Sater - Modifies provisions relating to the eminent domain power of utilities
SB 840 - Pearce - Expands ban on using cell phones while driving to all drivers and to include telephone calls
SB 841 - Wasson - Modifies provisions relating to alternative nicotine or vapor products
SB 842 - Parson - Modifies the authority of the Director of the Department of Revenue to conduct diesel fuel inspections
SB 843 - Schaefer - Modifies provisions of the Missouri Sunshine Law
SB 844 - Dixon - Modifies the shared work unemployment compensation program
SB 845 - Chappelle-Nadal - Requires regular courses of driver education and training be offered at all high schools with funding provided through additional fees for driver's licenses
SB 846 - Richard - Provides that an attorney shall not collect a contingency of more than a specified percentage of damages
SB 847 - Schaaf - Modifies provisions relating to health care
SB 848 - LeVota - Requires the Department of Higher Education to establish a reimbursement procedure through the A+ Program for a student's portion of fees for dual credit courses
SB 849 - Walsh - Enacts various regulations pertaining to contract carriers that transport railroad employees
SB 850 - Munzlinger - Modifies provisions relating to agriculture including farmers' markets
SB 851 - Munzlinger - Creates additional requirements for tow truck businesses and penalties for tow trucks responding to accidents in violation of the provisions of the act
SB 852 - Schmitt - Modifies provisions relating to emergency service providers, corporate security advisors, child abuse, the Department of Mental Health, and funerals
SB 853 - Wasson - Provides that a degree in a program accredited by the Psychological Clinical Science Accreditation System meets various psychologist licensure requirements
SB 854 - Wasson - Modifies provisions relating to prosecutors, political subdivisions, law enforcement, courts and funerals
SB 855 - Schaefer - Allows fire protection district boards to meet without public notice in order to authorize the disbursement of funds for the deployment of certain emergency task forces
SB 856 - Emery - Requires the State Board of Education to classify the public schools of the state as either unaccredited, provisionally accredited, accredited, or accredited with distinction
SB 857 - Holsman - Requires electrical corporations to make solar rebates available to certain retail customers
SB 858 - Kraus - Modifies provisions relating to income taxes
SB 859 - Brown - Modifies provisions relating to agriculture
SB 860 - Cunningham - Modifies provisions relating to taxation
SB 861 - Schaefer - Establishes certain protections and remedies for consumers who purchase new motorcycles
SB 862 - Lager - Modifies provisions relating to infrastructure system replacement surcharges for water corporations
SB 863 - Emery - Grants sheriffs, deputy sheriffs, and their administrative employees civil immunity when acting in compliance with a court order
SB 864 - Schaaf - Modifies provision relating to health care facility infection reporting
SB 865 - Nieves - Modifies provisions relating to dogs
SB 866 - Wasson - Preempts local laws that would modify current law governing the manner in which traditional installment loan lenders are allowed to make loans
SB 867 - Wasson - Modifies requirements for a franchisor to own a minority ownership in an entity that owns motor vehicle dealership and warranty reimbursement rates for motor vehicle franchises
SB 868 - Sater - Establishes requirements for authorized entities to stock epinephrine (EPI) auto-injectors for use in emergencies
SB 869 - Schmitt - Modifies provisions relating to children
SB 870 - Holsman - Reauthorizes the Missouri Homestead Preservation credit program and modifies certain provisions relating to it
SB 871 - Holsman - Requires that retail electric suppliers credit customer-generators for net excess energy
SB 872 - Wallingford - Modifies provisions relating to emergency communication services
SB 873 - Brown - Modifies provisions relating children
SB 874 - Wasson - Modifies regulatory examination of health maintenance organizations and title insurance law
SB 875 - Sater - Modifies the notice required to public assistance recipients regarding appeals of adverse actions
SB 876 - LeVota - Designates the bridge on East Stadium Drive over Interstate 435 in Jackson county as the "Len Dawson Bridge"
SB 877 - Kraus - Redefines "misconduct" and "good cause" for the purposes of disqualification from unemployment benefits
SB 878 - Lamping - Creates the Competitive Energy for Missouri Jobs Act
SB 879 - Sifton - Requires every individual who is 17 years old or older and arrested for any felony offense to provide a biological sample for DNA profiling
SB 880 - Sifton - Authorizes the Department of Revenue to enter into reciprocal agreements with the federal government and other states to recover debts from vendor payments and refunds
SB 881 - Sifton - Modifies provisions relating to taxation
SB 882 - Brown - Allows Camden county to prosecute violations of its county orders in either the circuit court or a county municipal court if one is created
SB 883 - Wasson - Modifies provisions of the Missouri Preneed Funeral Contract Act
SB 884 - Wallingford - Establishes contractual provisions for entities engaged in the provision of dental services
SB 885 - Pearce - Modifies provisions of law relating to licensing and certification for speech-language pathologists and audiologists
SB 886 - Schaefer - Provides that civil actions between a landlord and tenant are appealable
SB 887 - Schaefer - Requires each public institution of higher education to annually report the institution's administrative costs as a percent of its operating budget
SB 888 - Parson - Modifies provisions relating to evidence of financial responsibility for certified commercial pesticide applicators
SB 889 - Parson - Requires the state to pay the cost of incarceration and electronic monitoring of criminal defendants found guilty of felony offenses
SB 890 - Kehoe - Creates a rule for determining proper venue in cases alleging a tort in which the plaintiff was first injured in connection with any railroad operations outside the state of Missouri
SB 891 - Kehoe - Repeals provisions of law mandating that a funeral procession be identified by an identifying insignia
SB 892 - Kraus - Changes the presidential primary election date from February to March
SB 893 - Kraus - Moves the date of the State primary election from August to June
SB 894 - Munzlinger - Modifies the interest rate applied to pre and post-judgment money ordered in tort and nontort actions
SB 895 - Sater - Modifies provisions relating to pharmacy benefit managers
SB 896 - Wallingford - Modifies provisions relating to county governance
SB 897 - Wallingford - Extends the authority for regional jail districts to impose a sales tax from September 30, 2015, to September 30, 2027
SB 898 - Schaefer - Allows the Department of Corrections to determine the manner of executions rather than requiring executions be by lethal gas or injection
SB 899 - Justus - Requires MO HealthNet reimbursement to hospitals for donor milk provided to infants
SB 900 - Lamping - Changes the vision examination requirements for Blind Pension recipients
SB 901 - Holsman - Creates a method for publicly financing election campaigns for legislative and statewide candidates and caps contributions to political party committees
SB 902 - Munzlinger - Modifies the laws regarding certain private nuisance actions
SB 903 - Silvey - Allows a property owner to authorize a collector to assign a property tax lien to a third party
SB 904 - Sifton - Specifies notice requirements for zoning hearings on planned developments in unincorporated St. Louis County and requires the county to create an email notification system
SB 905 - Sater - Modifies requirements for an insurance producer to be exempt from certain continuing education requirements
SB 906 - Holsman - Modifies the contract period for fee offices awarded to nonprofits or political subdivisions
SB 907 - Richard - Allows the Carthage School District to transfer unrestricted funds from the incidental to the capital projects funds in the 2014-2015 school year to complete student safety-related projects
SB 908 - Schaefer - Modifies the composition of the University of Missouri Board of Curators
SB 909 - Parson - Allows electrical corporations to recover depreciation expenses and return for electric plants placed in service
SB 910 - Schaaf - Modifies provisions relating to health care facility infection reporting
SB 911 - Libla - Prohibits tenants who willfully damage rental property from being able to raise the defense of claim of right in cases involving certain property crimes
SB 912 - Wasson - Modifies provisions relating to the Missouri Technology Corporation and creates a tax credit for donations to it
SB 913 - Wasson - Modifies regulations on collection of delinquent assessments on a condominium
SB 914 - Munzlinger - Creates the crime of unlawful placement of sediment
SB 915 - Dixon - Provides that a surcharge may be collected in criminal proceedings filed in the Thirty-First Judicial Circuit
SB 916 - Wallingford - Prohibits the government from burdening a person's free exercise of religion unless acting in furtherance of a compelling government interest
SB 917 - Richard - Raises the fee that the Department of Economic Development may charge for issuing certain tax credits from 2.5% to 5%
SB 918 - Holsman - Modifies provisions relating to communicable diseases
SB 919 - Justus - Modifies the time after which a person may bring a civil action under the Human Rights Act
SB 920 - Munzlinger - Allows the Department of Agriculture's Weights, Measures and Consumer Protection Division to inspect certain additional devices used for fueling vehicles
SB 921 - Schaaf - Establishes a Prescription Drug Monitoring Program
SB 922 - Schaaf - Modifies the caps on Low-Income Housing and Historic Preservation tax credits
SB 923 - Emery - Modifies the caps on Low-Income Housing and Historic Preservation tax credits
SB 924 - Emery - Requires persons who submit petitions for political subdivision audits to reside or own property in the subdivision and allows for signatures to be rescinded
SB 925 - Emery - Modifies retirement benefits for newly elected members of the General Assembly and statewide elected officials
SB 926 - Sater - Specifies that members of municipal planning commissions must be residents of the municipality
SB 927 - Lamping - Imposes a 2 year cooling off period before General Assembly members may become lobbyists
SB 928 - Lamping - Provides that members of the General Assembly shall not be eligible for retirement benefits and other employee benefits
SB 929 - Lamping - Provides that statewide elected officials shall participate in a defined contribution plan
SB 930 - Lamping - Requires the joint election of the Governor and Lieutenant Governor
SB 931 - Nieves - Requires that members of the State Board of Education be elected instead of appointed
SB 932 - Nieves - Modifies how the Department of Elementary and Secondary Education provides the high school equivalency examination
SB 933 - Nieves - Modifies provisions relating to the management and maintenance of museums
SB 934 - Schaaf - Requires health plans to offer coverage for childhood obesity and allows public and charter schools to conduct assessments of students' body mass index
SB 935 - Holsman - Modifies the definition of "demand-side program" within the Missouri Energy Efficiency Investment Act to include solar rebates
SB 936 - 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 937 - Schaefer - Provides for the county counselor of Boone County to receive state money for performing duties related to mental health and mental heath facilities
SB 938 - Pearce - Removes the expiration date on the authority of certain public higher education institutions to transfer real property, except in fee simple, without General Assembly authorization
SB 939 - Curls - Provides that current law regarding registration fees for vacant properties does not preempt Kansas City from adopting certain property-related ordinances
SB 940 - Curls - Extends the expiration of the Kansas City transportation sales tax to 2020
SB 941 - Curls - Requires the Department of Higher Education to develop a program to offer information technology certification through technical course work
SB 942 - Sater - Modifies provisions of law relating to pharmacy licensure
SB 943 - Justus - Modifies provisions relating to adoption and parental rights
SB 944 - Brown - Modifies provisions relating to the regulation of a corporation's rate of return on equity by the Public Service Commission
SB 945 - Brown - Modifies procedures in death penalty cases in which the defendant kidnapped the victim before causing the victim's death
SB 946 - Dixon - Allows certain non-profits to be included as minority business enterprises and women's business enterprises for public contract bidding preferences
SB 947 - Dixon - Allows Greene County, or any city within the county, to impose a sales tax, upon voter approval, to fund early childhood education
SB 948 - Wallingford - Allows certain payments to be continued to be paid on an ongoing basis out of the Second Injury Fund
SB 949 - Munzlinger - Requires the department of revenue to remit service fees collected through the online license renewal system to the fee office in the county in which the motor vehicle is registered
SB 950 - Holsman - Modifies the power of municipal housing authorities to include certain requirements in contracts relating to housing projects
SB 951 - Holsman - Allows medical marijuana for medical use and provides that it shall be taxed at 8 percent of the purchase price
SB 952 - Dixon - Modifies MO HealthNet fraud provisions as to statute of limitations
SB 953 - Nasheed - Raises the fiscal year cap for the Maternity Home Tax Credit from $2 million to $2.5 million
SB 954 - Cunningham - Requires lienholders to release liens on motor vehicles and trailers by electronic means upon satisfaction of the lien
SB 955 - Cunningham - Modifies various provisions of the Missouri Certified and Licensed Real Estate Appraisers and Appraisal Management Company Regulation Act
SB 956 - Schaaf - Modifies provisions relating to health care transparency
SB 957 - Holsman - Prohibits the indiscriminate gathering of intelligence about a person and contains provisions regarding the ownership and investigation of garbage awaiting collection
SB 958 - Nieves - Creates an exemption for sales of aircraft to nonresidents
SB 959 - Curls - Creates the "Center for the Neighborhoods Fund" in the state treasury to establish a center for the neighborhoods to conduct applied urban research and outreach programs
SB 960 - Munzlinger - Allows Marion County to collect a county licensing fee for lodging establishments upon voter approval
SB 961 - Nasheed - Authorizes certain tax increment financing projects in St. Louis City to have a longer project period
SB 962 - Justus - Bars discrimination based on sexual orientation or gender identity
SB 963 - Justus - Prohibits discrimination based on a person's status as a veteran
SB 964 - Lager - Adds captive cervids to the definition of livestock
SB 965 - Lager - Requires the Air Conservation Commission to establish standards of performance for carbon dioxide emissions from existing fossil fuel-fired electric generating units
SB 966 - Lager - Modifies the law relating to the ethical behavior of public officials and lobbyists
SB 967 - Lager - Allows voters in all municipalities to propose ordinances via initiative petition and provides a procedure for voters to protest the passage of ordinances
SB 968 - Lager - Modifies provisions relating to the Department of Natural Resources
SB 969 - Kehoe - Modifies provisions regarding disputes in medical charges in workers' compensation cases and subrogation rights in toxic exposure cases
SB 970 - Kehoe - Modifies measurement standards and tax rates for compressed and liquefied natural gas as a motor fuel
SB 971 - Kehoe - Modifies mandated reporting requirements for sexual assault victims in a long-term care facility
SB 972 - Kehoe - Allows a court to enter a remittitur order or increase the jury award in an action against a health care provider for medical malpractice
SB 973 - Brown - Allows the office of the Child Advocate to intervene on behalf of a child during judicial proceedings
SB 974 - Rupp - Creates reporting requirements for managed care organizations
SB 975 - Emery - Modifies provisions relating to expert witnesses
SB 976 - Emery - Requires the Senate to try all impeachments except for the impeachment of the Governor, which shall be tried by the Chief Justice of the Missouri Supreme Court
SB 977 - Schmitt - Allows for managed care organizations to offer incentives for the use of primary care of preventive care services
SB 978 - Schmitt - Allows certain corporations to waive rights to judicial dissolution
SB 979 - Schaefer - Modifies the eligibility for line of duty compensation for emergency personnel
SB 980 - Schaefer - Allows retired members of MOSERS and MPERS who are rehired and reimburse the system for benefits received to recalculate credible service
SB 981 - Schaefer - Modifies the law relating to state contracting
SB 982 - Schaefer - Modifies penalties for certain sex offenses
SB 983 - Pearce - Creates a procedure to allow employers who hire certain student interns to transfer a portion of their state tax liability to the Missouri Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics Fund
SB 984 - Sifton - Modifies provisions relating to the management of dyslexia in elementary and secondary schools
SB 985 - Sifton - Grants St. Louis County and Christian County an additional associate circuit judge and circuit judge
SB 986 - Sifton - Decreases the membership of the Missouri Commission on Human Rights
SB 987 - Lamping - Requires a portion of sales and use taxes collected to be deposited into the State Road Fund
SB 988 - Lamping - Requires board members of homeowners associations to be certified by the Commission of Homeowners Association
SB 989 - Lamping - Modifies provisions relating to school facilities
SB 990 - Lamping - Modifies provisions relating to adoption and parental rights
SB 991 - Kraus - Provides procedures for law enforcement officers in nine counties on the Kansas-Missouri border that respond to lawful requests for aid in any of the nine specified counties
SB 992 - Dempsey - Creates the State Capitol Complex Subcommittee of the Board of Public Buildings
SB 993 - Dempsey - Modifies provisions relating to elementary and secondary education
SB 994 - Dixon - Creates a new program for disbursing grants through Early Stage Business Development Corporations
SB 995 - Sifton - Exempts certain items from qualifying as unclaimed property
SRM 1 - Chappelle-Nadal - Remonstrates against the Commissioner of Education
SCR 17 - Wallingford - Establishes the Joint Committee on Solid Waste Management District Operations
SCR 18 - Schmitt - Disapproves and suspends the final order of rulemaking for a proposed amendment to the Quality Standards of Motor Fuels section in the Code of State Regulations
SCR 19 - Romine - Establishes the Missouri Lead Industry Employment, Economic Development and Environmental Remediation Task Force
SCR 20 - Walsh - Recognizes every September 26th as Mesothelioma Awareness Day
SCR 21 - Pearce - Urges the Air Force not to eliminate or reduce the A-10 Thunderbolt II aircraft fleet
SCR 22 - Cunningham - Urges the National Park Service to not take action on the Ozark National Scenic Riverways general management plan, and for the Department of the Interior to negotiate the return of the Ozark National Scenic Riverways to the state
SCR 23 - Chappelle-Nadal - Urges the United States Congress to transfer authority for the remediation of the West Lake Landfill radioactive wastes from the EPA to the Corps of Engineers' Formerly Utilized Sites Remedial Action Program
SCR 24 - LeVota - Encourages the State Board of Education to take certain actions to address struggling school districts
SCR 25 - Sifton - Urges the Department of Natural Resources to require groundwater monitoring of new and existing coal ash ponds and require clean-up of leaking coal ash ponds
SCR 26 - Chappelle-Nadal - Urges Congress to treat immigrants with dignity and respect in changing federal immigration policy
SCR 27 - Keaveny - Requires the Oversight Division of the Committee on Legislative Research to study the costs of death penalty cases
SCR 28 - Pearce - Supports the Taiwan Relations Act and the Trade and Investment Framework Agreement
SCR 29 - Wallingford - Establishes a Juvenile Justice Task Force
SCR 30 - Justus - Relating to the ratification of the Equal Rights Amendment to the United States Constitution
SCR 31 - Parson - Urges the United States Congress and the President of the United States to reauthorize the Terrorism Risk Insurance Program
SCR 32 - Schaaf - Provides that Missouri join with national and state stroke awareness and prevention organizations in the month of May to observe Stroke Awareness Month
SCR 33 - Wallingford - Recognizes the month of February as "Oral Health Awareness Month" and supports health policies which promote oral health
SCR 34 - LeVota - Urges the National Football League to award an upcoming Super Bowl to Kansas City
SCR 35 - Holsman - Establishes the Joint Committee on Missouri's Energy Future and Fuel Sources
SCR 36 - Wasson - Establishes a Multiple Sclerosis Task Force
SCR 37 - Kehoe - Recognizes the first Tuesday of every September as American Red Cross Blood Donation Day
SCR 38 - Lamping - Urges Congress to adopt the State Repeal Amendment (SRA)
SCR 39 - Parson - Authorizes the issuance of bonds for certain state and university projects
SCR 40 - Lager - Urges the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency to rely on state regulators to develop carbon dioxide emissions standards
SCR 41 - Pearce - Designates November 2014 as Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD) awareness month in Missouri
SCR 42 - LeVota - Urges commitment to people with cognitive disabilities to obtain technology and information access
SCR 43 - Sater - Designates the Vietnam Veterans Memorial which is to be built on the College of the Ozarks Campus in Point Lookout, Missouri as the official Vietnam War Memorial of the State of Missouri
SJR 25 - Lager - Grants the General Assembly the power to limit by statute jury awards of noneconomic damages
SJR 26 - Lager - Amends the Constitution to limit general revenue appropriations and mandate state income tax rate reductions in certain situations
SJR 27 - Schaaf - Provides that the people shall be secure in their electronic communications and data
SJR 28 - Munzlinger - Creates the right to hunt, fish, and harvest wildlife
SJR 29 - Munzlinger - Modifies the membership composition and terms of service of the commissioners on the Conservation Commission
SJR 30 - Dixon - Modifies the gubernatorial appointment process
SJR 31 - Kraus - Allows for photographic identification for voting
SJR 32 - Chappelle-Nadal - Allows the Senate to remove the Commissioner of Education by a vote of two-thirds of its members
SJR 33 - Chappelle-Nadal - Makes St. Louis city a part of St. Louis county
SJR 34 - Emery - Requires the Senate to try all impeachments except for the impeachment of the Governor, which shall be tried by the Chief Justice of the Missouri Supreme Court
SJR 35 - Nasheed - Limits the total service in the General Assembly to sixteen years in any proportion between the Senate and the House of Representative
SJR 36 - Schaefer - Modifies constitutional provisions regarding the right to keep and bear arms
SJR 37 - Dixon - Removes language which appoints judicial officers to serve as a legislative district reapportionment commission
SJR 38 - Nieves - Prohibits Missouri state government from recognizing, enforcing, or acting in furtherance of certain actions of the federal government
SJR 39 - Dixon - Changes the procedures for the redistricting of the state Senate and House of Representatives districts
SJR 40 - Curls - Authorizes the creation of Show-Me Small Business Districts
SJR 41 - 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 42 - Schmitt - Establishes a permanent Joint Committee on Administrative Rules to review the promulgation of rules by state agencies
SJR 43 - Lamping - Requires a portion of sales and use taxes collected to be deposited into the State Road Fund
SJR 44 - Schaefer - Requires revenues received by the state in excess of what is appropriated be refunded to taxpayers in the form of a tax credit
SJR 45 - Silvey - Prohibits the Governor from controlling the rate of expenditures of, and withholding funds from, the Department of Elementary and Secondary Education and the payment of public debt
SJR 46 - Emery - Eliminates income taxes and replaces them with an expanded sales and use tax and creates a property tax relief credit
SJR 47 - Lager - Proposes a constitutional amendment to create term limits for all statewide elected officials
SJR 48 - Kehoe - Imposes a temporary one cent sales and use tax for transportation purposes
SJR 49 - Cunningham - Requires the development of a Veterans Lottery Ticket with proceeds going to the Veterans' Commission Capital Improvements Trust Fund
SJR 50 - Lamping - Requires the joint election of the Governor and Lieutenant Governor beginning in the year 2016
SJR 51 - Lamping - Limits the total service in the General Assembly to fourteen years in any proportion between the Senate and the House of Representatives
SJR 52 - Lamping - Lowers the number of State Representatives from 163 to 102
SJR 53 - Lamping - Requires the legislative session to end in late March rather than mid-May, beginning with the 99th General Assembly in 2017
SJR 54 - Lamping - Requires the General Assembly to study and revise the statutory method of funding public elementary and secondary education every ten years
SJR 55 - Nieves - Requires that members of the State Board of Education be elected instead of appointed
SJR 56 - Dixon - Authorizes the issuance of $950 million in general obligation bonds to fund infrastructure improvements
SJR 57 - Lager - Limits the amount of tax credits that may be issued in a fiscal year to $200 million and reduces the rate of tax on income
SR 1168 - Parson - Urges the United States Department of Justice to investigate the price increase of propane, the price disparity of propane among storage facilities, and the supply shortage of propane available to consumers
SR 1205 - Richard - Employee Resolution
SR 1712 - Chappelle-Nadal - Use of the Chamber/21st Century Leadership Academy
SR 1749 - Schmitt - Use of the Chamber/Youth with Disabilities
SR 1982 - Kehoe - Use of the Chamber/YMCA Youth in Government
SR 2090 - Kehoe - Use of the Chamber/Silver Haired Legislature
Senate Bills: 511
Senate Concurrent Resolutions: 27
Senate Joint Resolutions: 33
Senate Resolutions: 6

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