Missouri State Senate

Bills Sponsored by Senator Schaaf


SB 502 - Modifies provisions relating to breast-feeding
SB 503 - Exempts users of enclosed three wheel vehicles that contain manufacturer-installed seat belts with shoulder restraints from the requirement to wear helmets
SB 611 - 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 - Modifies provisions relating to taxation
SB 628 - 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 669 - Designates "jumping jacks" as the official exercise of the state of Missouri
SB 804 - 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 811 - Allows for the use of investigational drugs by those with terminal illnesses
SB 828 - Modifies provisions relating to safety provisions in mental health facilities
SB 847 - Modifies provisions relating to health care
SB 864 - Modifies provision relating to health care facility infection reporting
SB 910 - Modifies provisions relating to health care facility infection reporting
SB 921 - Establishes a Prescription Drug Monitoring Program
SB 922 - Modifies the caps on Low-Income Housing and Historic Preservation tax credits
SB 934 - Requires health plans to offer coverage for childhood obesity and allows public and charter schools to conduct assessments of students' body mass index
SB 956 - Modifies provisions relating to health care transparency
SCR 32 - Provides that Missouri join with national and state stroke awareness and prevention organizations in the month of May to observe Stroke Awareness Month
SJR 27 - Provides that the people shall be secure in their electronic communications and data
HB 1237 - Extends allocation of tax revenues from the nonresident entertainers and athletes until December 31, 2020
HB 1430 - Provides for the conscience rights of individuals who provide medical services
HB 1603 - Designates "jumping jacks" as the official state exercise
HB 1685 - Allows for the use of investigational drugs by those with terminal illnesses
HB 1779 - Allows APRNs under collaboration with a physician to order certain safety measures in mental health facilities

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