Missouri State Senate
Bills assigned to Rules, Joint Rules, Resolutions and Ethics

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 507 - Dixon - Modifies the gubernatorial appointment process for acting directors and the process for filling vacancies in certain state public offices
SB 512 - Lamping - Modifies the law relating to campaign finance, lobbying, and public official conflicts of interest
SB 536 - Sifton - Institutes a lobbyist gift ban for the members of the General Assembly and their candidate committees
SB 555 - Nasheed - Imposes campaign contribution limits and bans certain lobbyist gifts
SB 627 - LeVota - Establishes campaign contribution limits
SB 629 - Kraus - Modifies the law relating to ethics
SB 667 - Schmitt - Modifies the gubernatorial appointment process for acting directors and members of boards and commissions
SB 737 - Walsh - Creates the crime of obstruction of an ethics investigation
SB 738 - Walsh - Modifies numerous provisions relating to campaign finance
SB 752 - LeVota - Provides that appointed officers shall only hold office until their term ends
SB 813 - LeVota - Modifies the membership and functions of the Ethics Commission and imposes campaign contribution limits
SB 925 - Emery - Modifies retirement benefits for newly elected members of the General Assembly and statewide elected officials
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 966 - Lager - Modifies the law relating to the ethical behavior of public officials and lobbyists
SB 992 - Dempsey - Creates the State Capitol Complex Subcommittee of the Board of Public Buildings
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 30 - Dixon - Modifies the gubernatorial appointment process
SJR 42 - Schmitt - Establishes a permanent Joint Committee on Administrative Rules to review the promulgation of rules by state agencies
SJR 47 - Lager - Proposes a constitutional amendment to create term limits for all statewide elected officials
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 54 - Lamping - Requires the General Assembly to study and revise the statutory method of funding public elementary and secondary education every ten years
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
HB 1792 - Fitzwater - Modifies the Governor's authority to convey easements and allows the Governor to convey certain state property to the City of Farmington
HB 1883 - Flanigan - Modifies and repeals certain committees and provisions of law associated with the General Assembly
HCR 4 - English - Calls upon President Obama to support the TransCanada Keystone XL pipeline and the permitting for oil production off the northern coast of Alaska
HCR 5 - English - Urges Congress to support importation of Canadian oil sands and ask for the approval of the TransCanada Keystone Coast Expansion pipeline
HCR 7 - Curtman - Urges Congress to pass the Federal Reserve Transparency Act requiring a complete audit of the Federal Reserve Bank
HCR 9 - Cookson - Urges the National Park Service to not take action on the Ozark National Scenic Riverways general management plan
HCR 11 - Walton Gray - Encourages the Missouri Veterans Commission to work with the Center for Women Veterans to reach out to women veterans
HCR 13 - Dohrman - Urges the United States Air Force to retain the A-10 Thunderbolt II aircraft fleet
HCR 18 - Houghton - Urges the United States Department of Justice to investigate the price increase of propane gas
HCR 19 - Gannon - Designates September 2014 as "Missouri Whole Child Month"
HCR 20 - Reiboldt - Requests that Congress to urge the USDA and EPA to quickly approve 2,4-D and dicamba tolerant crops
HCR 22 - Wieland - Urges the United States Congress and the President of the United States to reauthorize the Terrorism Risk Insurance Program
HCR 25 - Lichtenegger - Recognizes the month of February as "Oral Health Awareness Month" and that good oral health is critical to good overall health
HCR 29 - Scharnhorst - Requests a federal balanced budget Amendment to the U.S. Constitution and requests the U.S. Congress to submit the proposed Amendment to the states for ratification
HCR 30 - Franklin - Urges the Environmental Protection Agency to reject any federal fossil fuel emission regulations that would have the effect of removing coal as a viable fuel source
HCR 38 - Phillips - Urges Congress to decrease the Environmental Protection Agency's authority to regulate water quality and the use of coal and wood as energy sources
HCR 45 - Bernskoetter - Reauthorizes the Joint Interim Committee on State Employee Wages
HCR 48 - McGaugh - Urges the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers to take certain actions with regard to shallow water habitat modifications
HCR 49 - Phillips - Designates the week of May 17th - 23rd as "Missouri Safe Boating Week"
HJR 72 - Richardson - Proposes a constitutional amendment prohibiting the Governor from reducing any payment of public debt and requiring notification to the General Assembly when he or she makes specified payment changes of appropriations

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