Bills Sponsored by Senator Nasheed

SB 42 - Modifies the provision allowing law enforcement officers to use deadly force in certain circumstances
SB 43 - Requires law enforcement agencies to adopt written policies regarding officer-involved deaths and allows the Attorney General to investigate officer-involved deaths
SB 44 - Prohibits employers from inquiring into or considering the criminal records of applicants before offering a conditional offer of employment
SB 72 - Disincorporates all villages in St. Louis County beginning January 1, 2015, and provides that the area comprising the former villages may not be incorporated or annexed by a city
SB 155 - Creates the Neighborhood Watch Fund for the creation of neighborhood watch organizations throughout the state
SB 156 - Designates certain highways and bridges in the state
SB 161 - Modifies requirements for school antibullying policies and modifies provisions relating to reading instruction and student promotion in certain school districts
SB 162 - Authorizes certain tax increment financing projects in St. Louis City to have a longer project period
SB 163 - Creates a tax credit for adoption of dogs or cats from a shelter
SB 165 - Creates a petition process for the expungement of records relating to certain criminal offenses
SB 166 - Changes the name of the "I Have a Dream" specialty license plate to the "Dare to Dream" specialty license plate
SB 215 - Modifies the minimum wage laws
SB 269 - Prohibits the use of restraints on children under the age of 17 during court proceedings except in certain circumstances
SB 270 - Modifies public retirement systems
SB 332 - Establishes the Missouri Senior Farmers' Market Nutrition Program
SB 333 - Allows the family or next of kin of a deceased crime victim to designate a funeral home as a claimant eligible for compensation from the Crime Victims' Compensation Fund
SB 334 - Modifies provisions relating to the boards of regents of state colleges and universities and broadens the degree-granting authority of Harris-Stowe State University
SB 356 - Requires law enforcement agencies in certain cities to require their officers to wear a camera while on duty and in uniform and record all contacts with people
SB 357 - Requires each law enforcement agency in St. Louis County to be accredited by a certain commission by January 1, 2017
SCR 1 - Designates January as Sex Trafficking Awareness Month in Missouri
SCR 2 - Designates the month of November as Pica Awareness Month in Missouri

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