Missouri State Senate
Bills assigned to Seniors, Families and Pensions

SB 518 - Sater - Extends MO HealthNet managed care statewide for only the current managed care populations
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 532 - Nasheed - Modifies provisions relating to educational and medical consent provided by relative caregivers
SB 552 - Sater - Modifies provisions regarding the termination of alimony and maintenance payments
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 567 - Chappelle-Nadal - Modifies provisions relating to public health
SB 570 - Chappelle-Nadal - Repeals provisions relating to unauthorized and unlawfully present aliens
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 660 - Wallingford - Modifies provisions relating to reproductive health care
SB 675 - Kehoe - Allows political subdivisions to assign operation of a retirement plan to the Missouri Local Government Employees' Retirement system
SB 679 - Curls - Modifies laws regarding educational parental support for higher education
SB 685 - LeVota - Creates procedures for an adopted person to obtain a copy of an original birth certificate
SB 712 - Walsh - Creates a right to unpaid leave for employees that are affected by domestic violence who are involved in legal proceedings
SB 720 - Justus - Adds new requirements for state-funded child care providers
SB 754 - Sater - Modifies provisions relating to health care
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 796 - Parson - Establishes a procedure to obtain a marriage license for the incarcerated or military persons who are out of the state
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 805 - Justus - Allows foster children to contract for automobile insurance
SB 823 - Dixon - Provides that public employees are ineligible for retirement benefits if found guilty of certain crimes
SB 844 - Dixon - Modifies the shared work unemployment compensation program
SB 869 - Schmitt - Modifies provisions relating to children
SB 873 - Brown - Modifies provisions relating children
SB 875 - Sater - Modifies the notice required to public assistance recipients regarding appeals of adverse actions
SB 900 - Lamping - Changes the vision examination requirements for Blind Pension recipients
SB 943 - Justus - Modifies provisions relating to adoption and parental rights
SB 973 - Brown - Allows the office of the Child Advocate to intervene on behalf of a child during judicial proceedings
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 990 - Lamping - Modifies provisions relating to adoption and parental rights
HB 1044 - Leara - Allows political subdivisions to assign operation of a retirement plan to LAGERS and modifies various provisions relating to the administration of public retirement plans
HB 1064 - Grisamore - Removes references to the phrases "mentally retarded" and "mental retardation" from statute and replaces them with "intellectually disabled" and "intellectual disability"
HB 1092 - Lant - Modifies provisions relating to foster children and child abuse and neglect investigations
HB 1156 - Lair - Establishes a committee to assess the Money Follows the Person Demonstration Program regarding senior and disabled persons
HB 1184 - Grisamore - Modifies provisions relating to children and minors
HB 1217 - Dugger - Prohibits a person from assigning or transferring a pension benefit and provides that public employees are ineligible for retirement benefits if found guilty of certain crimes
HB 1301 - Neth - Modifies intersectional references relating to the Kansas City Police Retirement System
HB 1380 - Peters - Removes the words "mental retardation" and "mentally retarded" from the statutes, except for references to a clinical diagnosis
HB 1514 - Rhoads - Establishes a procedure to obtain a marriage license for incarcerated persons or military persons who are out of the state or country
HB 1713 - Lauer - Modifies the shared work unemployment compensation program
HB 1835 - Haahr - Changes the vision examination requirements for Blind Pension recipients
HB 1882 - Leara - Modifies provisions of law relating to the Joint Committee on Public Retirement and the administrative requirements of public employee retirement plans
HJR 56 - Richardson - Proposes a constitutional amendment guaranteeing parents the fundamental right to control the care, custody, upbringing, and education of their minor children

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