Topical Index

Last Generated: 9/27/2021 12:09 PM

Abortion (11)

SB 41 - Wallingford - Provides protection for alternatives-to-abortion agencies

SB 67 - Onder - Modifies provisions of law relating to abortion, including donation of fetal tissue, tissue reports, abortion reports, employee disclosure policies, and abortion facility inspections

SB 71 - Schupp - Modifies several provisions relating to abortion, including the 72-hour waiting period, physician privileges, and ambulatory surgical center requirements

SB 96 - Sater - Prohibits certain selective abortions relating to sex, race, or Down Syndrome

SB 196 - Koenig - Grants the Attorney General concurrent original jurisdiction to enforce the state's abortion laws

SB 230 - Riddle - Requires referrals for out of state abortions to be accompanied by specified printed materials

SB 375 - Hoskins - Changes the law regarding consent for a minor to obtain an abortion

SB 408 - Koenig - Requires the use of a fetal heartbeat detection test prior to an abortion and prohibits an abortion if a fetal heartbeat is detected

SCR 10 - Wieland - Urges the City of St. Louis Board of Aldermen to defeat Board Bill 203 and protect the religious liberty and right of conscience of Missouri citizens

HB 174 - Hubrecht - Preempts political subdivision authority regarding abortion in specified scenarios

HB 194 - Franklin - Modifies provisions of law relating to abortion

Administration, Office of (17)

SB 35 - Cunningham - Modifies public notice and hearing requirements for certain land purchases made by the Department of Natural Resources or the Commissioner of Administration on behalf of state departments

SB 122 - Munzlinger - Creates new provisions relating to the Missouri Accountability Portal

SB 166 - Schaaf - Transfers powers of the Missouri Consolidated Health Care Plan Board to the Office of Administration

SB 175 - Schaaf - Requires that all state-owned data centers become consolidated to the State Data Center

SB 182 - Onder - Modifies provisions of law relating to project labor agreements

SB 211 - Wasson - Creates the Office of Resilience and Recovery within the Office of Administration

SB 291 - Rowden - Creates new provisions granting paid parental leave to state employees

SB 421 - Rizzo - Modifies provisions relating to the conveyance of state property

SB 473 - Rowden - Establishes the Social Innovation Grant Program

SB 486 - Kehoe - Authorizes the conveyance of a certain state property located in Cole County to the City of Jefferson

SB 488 - Kehoe - Modifies provisions relating to the conveyance of state property

SB 506 - Silvey - Creates new provisions relating to the internal operations of state government

HB 258 - Pfautsch - Creates new provisions relating to the accountability of public funds

HB 884 - Trent - Establishes the State Capitol Complex Commission

HB 956 - Kidd - Authorizes the conveyance of certain state properties to certain municipalities

HB 960 - Mathews - Establishes the Social Innovation Grant Program

HCB 3 - Fitzpatrick - Modifies provisions relating to funds for vulnerable senior citizens

Administrative Law (2)

SB 130 - Kraus - Requires the Department of Revenue to pay the taxpayers' attorneys' fees in income and sales and use tax cases when the taxpayer receives a favorable judgement

SB 448 - Emery - Modifies provisions regarding insurance coverage of the cost to defend a claim in an administrative proceeding, proposed administrative rules affecting real property, and procedures for judicial review of action by a state agency

Administrative Rules (12)

SB 28 - Sater - Requires the Department of Social Services to apply for a global waiver for MO HealthNet

SB 47 - Libla - Allows legally required notice to be published on a website to be established and maintained by the Secretary of State

SB 120 - Schaaf - Allows those licensed by the Department of Agriculture to grow and handle industrial hemp

SB 125 - Wasson - Modifies provisions relating to the regulation of certain professions

SB 190 - Emery - Modifies provisions relating to ratemaking for public utilities

SB 214 - Emery - Modifies provisions relating to ratemaking for public utilities

SB 218 - Nasheed - Establishes the Missouri Emergency Solutions Grants Program to address the problem of homelessness in Missouri

SB 448 - Emery - Modifies provisions regarding insurance coverage of the cost to defend a claim in an administrative proceeding, proposed administrative rules affecting real property, and procedures for judicial review of action by a state agency

SB 468 - Hegeman - Modifies the process for promulgation of an emergency rule by a state agency

SB 489 - Schatz - Requires the Missouri Hazardous Waste Commission to promulgate rules and regulation for coal combustion residual units in lieu of federal solid waste regulations by June 1, 2018

SB 518 - Emery - Modifies provisions relating to hospital licensure

SB 544 - Rowden - Requires the Secretary of State, rather than the Department of Economic Development, to provide staff support to the Small Business Regulatory Fairness Board

Adoption (3)

SB 200 - Libla - Modifies provisions relating to expert witnesses

SB 343 - Libla - Changes the period after which a foster parent may adopt a foster child from nine months to six months

HB 153 - Corlew - Modifies provisions relating to expert witnesses

Advertising and Signs (3)

SB 224 - Schatz - Permits sales and discounts by alcohol retailers and direct advertisement of discounted prices

SB 225 - Schatz - Modifies provisions relating to transportation

SB 355 - Romine - Enacts provisions relating to higher education

Agriculture (19)

SB 7 - Munzlinger - Creates programs for beginning farmers

SB 8 - Munzlinger - Enacts provisions relating to transportation

SB 9 - Munzlinger - Allows those licensed by the Department of Agriculture to grow and handle industrial hemp

SB 55 - Holsman - Establishes the Empowerment Microgrants Program and Board to provide grants to persons living in impoverished areas who engage in urban agriculture

SB 77 - Munzlinger - Prohibits political subdivisions from adopting ordinances relating to the labeling, cultivation, or use of seed, fertilizers, or soil conditioners

SB 120 - Schaaf - Allows those licensed by the Department of Agriculture to grow and handle industrial hemp

SB 123 - Munzlinger - Modifies provisions relating to captive cervids

SB 164 - Romine - Modifies the crime of animal trespass

SB 214 - Emery - Modifies provisions relating to ratemaking for public utilities

SB 222 - Riddle - Modifies provisions relating to motorized vehicles

SB 307 - Munzlinger - Modifies the definition of livestock by adding the word "bison"

SB 364 - Munzlinger - Prohibits the State Tax Commission from raising agricultural land productive values under certain circumstances

SB 472 - Hoskins - Modifies the definition of "livestock" to include honey bees for the purposes of the state sales tax law

SB 502 - Munzlinger - Repeals the exemption for certain insurance holding companies involved in agricultural operations from certain reporting and examination requirements

HB 170 - Curtman - Legalizes the growth of industrial hemp and creates a program for its licensure and monitoring

HB 175 - Reiboldt - Prohibits political subdivisions from adopting ordinances relating to the labeling, cultivation, or use of seed, fertilizers, or soil conditioners

HB 647 - Fitzpatrick - Enacts provisions relating to county roads

HB 662 - Rone - Allows the Department of Agriculture to assess civil penalties for the use of a herbicide for a crop for which the herbicide was not labeled for use

HB 719 - Rhoads - Classifies sawmills and planning mills as agricultural property for property zoning purposes

Agriculture, Department of (11)

SB 7 - Munzlinger - Creates programs for beginning farmers

SB 9 - Munzlinger - Allows those licensed by the Department of Agriculture to grow and handle industrial hemp

SB 55 - Holsman - Establishes the Empowerment Microgrants Program and Board to provide grants to persons living in impoverished areas who engage in urban agriculture

SB 79 - Wasson - Creates the Show Me Rural Jobs Act

SB 120 - Schaaf - Allows those licensed by the Department of Agriculture to grow and handle industrial hemp

SB 123 - Munzlinger - Modifies provisions relating to captive cervids

SB 156 - Munzlinger - Modifies provisions relating to animals

SB 307 - Munzlinger - Modifies the definition of livestock by adding the word "bison"

SB 372 - Hegeman - Repeals a number of state administrative entities and transfers the duties of certain such entities to other existing administrative boards or commissions

HB 170 - Curtman - Legalizes the growth of industrial hemp and creates a program for its licensure and monitoring

HB 662 - Rone - Allows the Department of Agriculture to assess civil penalties for the use of a herbicide for a crop for which the herbicide was not labeled for use

Aircraft and Airports (6)

SB 26 - Curls - Allows Kansas City to employ airport police officers

SB 280 - Hoskins - Requires the Department of Revenue to issue both REAL ID compliant and noncompliant driver's licenses and identification cards

SB 361 - Hummel - Requires the Department of Revenue to issue REAL ID compliant driver's licenses and identification cards

HB 29 - Pike - Modifies provisions of law relating to intoxicating liquor

HB 115 - Shull - Modifies provisions relating to intoxicating liquor

HB 302 - Hill - Modifies provisions relating to emergency responders

Alcohol (16)

SB 101 - Cunningham - Increases penalties for knowingly allowing a minor to drink or possess alcohol or failing to stop a minor from drinking or possessing alcohol

SB 142 - Emery - Requires a person who has been found guilty of driving while intoxicated to complete a victim impact program approved by the court

SB 224 - Schatz - Permits sales and discounts by alcohol retailers and direct advertisement of discounted prices

SB 239 - Rowden - Modifies certain provisions relating to licensure for the distribution and sale of alcohol

SB 271 - Wasson - Allows operators of recreational resorts to distill and sell liquor produced near those resorts without purchasing that liquor from a distributor

SB 359 - Hoskins - Modifies provisions relating to the promotion and sale of alcoholic beverages

SB 392 - Holsman - Changes the business hours of distilleries who offer drinks at retail on their premises

SB 404 - Hegeman - Repeals certain provisions relating to the shipment and sale of wine for personal use

SB 474 - Schatz - Specifies circumstances under which an employment variance may be granted to an ignition interlock device requirement

SB 480 - Kraus - Allows retailers of intoxicating liquors to transport products to and from a central warehouse

SB 499 - Onder - Defines the offense of driving with prohibited blood alcohol or drug content

HB 29 - Pike - Modifies provisions of law relating to intoxicating liquor

HB 35 - Plocher - Modifies admissibility of chemical test results in intoxication related proceedings

HB 115 - Shull - Modifies provisions relating to intoxicating liquor

HB 191 - Conway - Modifies provisions relating to the use of moneys in the Alcohol and Tobacco Control Fund

HB 433 - Cornejo - Modifies provisions relating to intoxicating liquor

Ambulances and Ambulance Districts (2)

SB 235 - Eigel - Creates a process for selecting a single service provider for ambulance services in certain home rule cities

SB 405 - Hegeman - Modifies provisions relating to public safety

Animals (14)

SB 123 - Munzlinger - Modifies provisions relating to captive cervids

SB 156 - Munzlinger - Modifies provisions relating to animals

SB 164 - Romine - Modifies the crime of animal trespass

SB 241 - Schatz - Provides that any person convicted of poaching a turkey, white-tailed deer, black bear, or elk illegally may be required to provide restitution to the state

SB 307 - Munzlinger - Modifies the definition of livestock by adding the word "bison"

SB 331 - Hegeman - Modifies provisions relating to the confiscation of animals

SB 335 - Hoskins - Modifies the definition of a service dog

SB 370 - Munzlinger - Allows nonresidents who own at least 80 acres of real property in Missouri to only be assessed 50% of the fee for any nonresident hunting, fishing, or trapping permit

SB 374 - Hummel - Modifies the penalties for any person whose animal chases, harasses, or otherwise prevents a service dog from carrying out its duties

SB 376 - Hoskins - Designates "Old Drum" as the historical dog of the state of Missouri and "Jim the Wonder Dog" as Missouri's wonder dog

SB 446 - Rowden - Nullifies any existing local government regulations relating to specific breeds of dogs, and prohibits local governments from enacting ordinances specific to breed

HB 159 - McGaugh - Establishes a two year statute of limitation for claims of malpractice or negligence against veterinarians

HB 262 - Sommer - Modifies the definition of a service dog

HB 384 - Anderson - Modifies provisions relating to the confiscation of animals

Annexation (1)

SB 411 - Schatz - Authorizes the addition of Franklin County to the interstate compact creating the Bi-State Metropolitan Development District

Appropriations (25)

SB 22 - Chappelle-Nadal - Modifies provisions relating to contaminated homes

SB 55 - Holsman - Establishes the Empowerment Microgrants Program and Board to provide grants to persons living in impoverished areas who engage in urban agriculture

SB 79 - Wasson - Creates the Show Me Rural Jobs Act

SB 346 - Schaaf - Requires all tax credits to receive an appropriation

SB 440 - Brown - Extends the expiration date for equipment grants for engineering programs at the University of Missouri

SRM 1 - Wallingford - Remonstrates against the $2.5 million reduction in state funding for Centers for Independent Living

HB 1 - Fitzpatrick - Appropriates money to the Board of Fund Commissioners

HB 2 - Fitzpatrick - Appropriates money for the expenses, grants, refunds, and distributions of the State Board of Education and Department of Elementary and Secondary Education

HB 3 - Fitzpatrick - Appropriates money for the expenses, grants, refunds, and distributions of the Department of Higher Education

HB 4 - Fitzpatrick - Appropriates money for the expenses, grants, refunds, and distributions of the Department of Revenue and Department of Transportation

HB 5 - Fitzpatrick - Appropriates money for the expenses, grants, refunds, and distributions of the Office of Administration, Department of Transportation, and Department of Public Safety

HB 6 - Fitzpatrick - Appropriates money for the expenses, grants, refunds, and distributions of the Department of Agriculture, Department of Natural Resources, and Department of Conservation

HB 7 - Fitzpatrick - Appropriates money for the departments of Economic Development; Insurance, Financial Institutions and Professional Registration; and Labor and Industrial Relations

HB 8 - Fitzpatrick - Appropriates money for the expenses, grants, refunds, and distributions of the Department of Public Safety

HB 9 - Fitzpatrick - Appropriates money for the expenses, grants, refunds, and distributions of the Department of Corrections

HB 10 - Fitzpatrick - Appropriates money for the expenses, grants, refunds, and distributions of the Department of Mental Health, Board of Public Buildings, and Department of Health and Senior Services

HB 11 - Fitzpatrick - Appropriates money for the expenses, grants, and distributions of the Department of Social Services

HB 12 - Fitzpatrick - Appropriates money for the expenses, grants, refunds, and distributions of statewide elected officials, the Judiciary, Office of the State Public Defender, and General Assembly

HB 13 - Fitzpatrick - Appropriates money for real property leases and related services

HB 14 - Fitzpatrick - To appropriate money for supplemental purposes for the several departments and offices of state government

HB 17 - Fitzpatrick - To appropriate money for capital improvement and other purposes for the several departments of state government

HB 18 - Fitzpatrick - To appropriate money for purposes for the several departments and offices of state government; for projects involving the maintenance, repair, replacement, and improvement of state buildings and facilities

HB 19 - Fitzpatrick - To appropriate money for purposes for the several departments and offices of state government; for planning and capital improvements

HB 469 - Gannon - Modifies provisions relating to high school graduation requirements

HCR 19 - Shull - Authorizes the issuance of public bonds for half of the financing of a new conservatory building at UMKC

Arts and Humanities (1)

HCR 19 - Shull - Authorizes the issuance of public bonds for half of the financing of a new conservatory building at UMKC

Attorney General (29)

SB 3 - Schaaf - Modifies provisions relating to the waiting period before certain public officials can become lobbyists

SB 24 - Chappelle-Nadal - Modifies provisions relating to racial profiling in policing

SB 59 - Sifton - Imposes a gift ban for the members of the General Assembly and their candidate committees

SB 128 - Dixon - Modifies various provisions regarding criminal offenses, the Attorney General, the Department of Revenue, child support and custody, trusts and estates, guardianships, judges, court surcharges, court reporter fees, and victims of crime

SB 141 - Emery - Modifies retirement benefits for newly elected members of the General Assembly and statewide elected officials

SB 182 - Onder - Modifies provisions of law relating to project labor agreements

SB 196 - Koenig - Grants the Attorney General concurrent original jurisdiction to enforce the state's abortion laws

SB 228 - Koenig - Modifies the Year 2000 Retirement Plan for state employees, members of the General Assembly, and statewide elected officials employed after January 1, 2018

SB 246 - Kraus - Modifies provisions of the Net Metering and Easy Connection Act

SB 268 - Schupp - Creates a right to unpaid leave for employees that are affected by domestic violence

SB 287 - Nasheed - Creates a process for reducing bias in policing

SB 367 - Rowden - Applies all current motorcycle and all-terrain vehicle franchise practice provisions to "powersport vehicles"

SB 396 - Wallingford - Repeals the requirement that the Attorney General reside at the seat of government

SB 419 - Riddle - Requires inclusion of information on traffic stops and constitutional rights in driver training programs and information provided to first-time license recipients

SB 421 - Rizzo - Modifies provisions relating to the conveyance of state property

SB 433 - Sater - Modifies and creates provisions relating to the MO HealthNet pharmacy program

SB 448 - Emery - Modifies provisions regarding insurance coverage of the cost to defend a claim in an administrative proceeding, proposed administrative rules affecting real property, and procedures for judicial review of action by a state agency

SB 486 - Kehoe - Authorizes the conveyance of a certain state property located in Cole County to the City of Jefferson

SB 488 - Kehoe - Modifies provisions relating to the conveyance of state property

SB 506 - Silvey - Creates new provisions relating to the internal operations of state government

SB 542 - Schatz - Modifies the civil penalty for violating certain underground facility safety standards

SJR 14 - Kraus - Enacts term limits for all statewide elected officials

HB 174 - Hubrecht - Preempts political subdivision authority regarding abortion in specified scenarios

HB 255 - Rhoads - Modifies provisions relating to ticket selling practices

HB 340 - Fitzwater - Modifies provisions relating to the regulation of utilities

HB 598 - Cornejo - Limits contingency fees a private attorney may receive from contingency fee contracts with the state

HB 956 - Kidd - Authorizes the conveyance of certain state properties to certain municipalities

HCB 1 - McGaugh - Modifies various provisions regarding criminal offenses, the Attorney General, the Department of Revenue, child support and custody, trusts and estates, guardianships, judges, court surcharges, court reporter fees, and victim's of crime

HCB 7 - Fitzwater - Requires the Attorney General to submit a monthly report detailing all activity concerning lawsuits filed against the Department of Corrections and the State Legal Expense Fund

Attorneys (17)

SB 100 - Emery - Modifies Supreme Court Rule 55.03 regarding sanctions against lawyers, law firms, or parties for certain conduct

SB 129 - Dixon - Establishes the Missouri Fiduciary Access to Digital Assets Act, which allows fiduciaries to access electronic records of the account holder

SB 130 - Kraus - Requires the Department of Revenue to pay the taxpayers' attorneys' fees in income and sales and use tax cases when the taxpayer receives a favorable judgement

SB 162 - Romine - Establishes the Consumer Legal Funding Model Act

SB 170 - Dixon - Modifies provisions regarding qualified spousal trusts

SB 171 - Dixon - Modifies provisions relating to trust protectors and adds circumstances in which a no-contest clause in an irrevocable trust is not enforceable

SB 195 - Koenig - Establishes the Supporting and Strengthening Families Act relating to guardianships and modifies provisions regarding child abuse and neglect and foster care

SB 213 - Rowden - Establishes requirements for certain settlement offers of tort claims which must be accepted within a specified period of time

SB 309 - Walsh - Modifies provisions of various retirement systems and allows single noncharter county judicial circuits to collect a court surcharge

SB 347 - Kraus - Establishes procedures for a claimant in an action for damages due to asbestos exposure to disclose additional claims the claimant has filed with an asbestos trust

SB 394 - Romine - Modifies provisions relating to public employee retirement systems

SB 448 - Emery - Modifies provisions regarding insurance coverage of the cost to defend a claim in an administrative proceeding, proposed administrative rules affecting real property, and procedures for judicial review of action by a state agency

SB 493 - Hegeman - Authorizes a health care decision-maker to make health care decisions for an incapacitated patient

HB 339 - DeGroot - Modifies provisions relating to settlement agreements in tort claims

HB 573 - McGaugh - Establishes requirements for certain settlement offers of tort claims which must be accepted within a specified period of time

HB 598 - Cornejo - Limits contingency fees a private attorney may receive from contingency fee contracts with the state

HB 831 - Baringer - Modifies provisions relating to public retirement

Auditor, State (18)

SB 3 - Schaaf - Modifies provisions relating to the waiting period before certain public officials can become lobbyists

SB 59 - Sifton - Imposes a gift ban for the members of the General Assembly and their candidate committees

SB 81 - Dixon - Repeals provisions stating that community service alternatives used by municipal courts must be offered at no cost to the defendant

SB 114 - Schatz - Modifies provisions relating to political subdivisions

SB 122 - Munzlinger - Creates new provisions relating to the Missouri Accountability Portal

SB 128 - Dixon - Modifies various provisions regarding criminal offenses, the Attorney General, the Department of Revenue, child support and custody, trusts and estates, guardianships, judges, court surcharges, court reporter fees, and victims of crime

SB 141 - Emery - Modifies retirement benefits for newly elected members of the General Assembly and statewide elected officials

SB 228 - Koenig - Modifies the Year 2000 Retirement Plan for state employees, members of the General Assembly, and statewide elected officials employed after January 1, 2018

SB 381 - Riddle - Modifies provisions relating to reports on audits issued by the State Auditor

SB 478 - Silvey - Modifies provisions relating to educational institutions

SB 506 - Silvey - Creates new provisions relating to the internal operations of state government

SB 527 - Brown - Modifies provisions of law relating to MO HealthNet managed care

SCR 26 - Kehoe - Authorizes independent certified public accountant or certified public accounting firm to conduct an audit of State Auditor's office

SJR 14 - Kraus - Enacts term limits for all statewide elected officials

HB 169 - Curtman - Requires a committee of the House of Representatives to review and issue reports on the audits of any state agency or department conducted by the State Auditor's Office.

HB 258 - Pfautsch - Creates new provisions relating to the accountability of public funds

HB 843 - McGaugh - Repeals an expiration date relating to county budgets and modifies provisions relating to electronic communications between county governments and the State Auditor

HB 849 - Pfautsch - Modifies provisions regarding financial transaction reporting so that certain requirements of transportation development districts also apply to political subdivisions

Banks and Financial Institutions (9)

SB 18 - Kraus - Modifies provisions relating to the collection of money by public entities

SB 27 - Curls - Modifies residential property receivership

SB 102 - Cunningham - Modifies provisions relating to powers of certain financial institutions

SB 151 - Schupp - Modifies the law relating to consumer credit interest rates

SB 162 - Romine - Establishes the Consumer Legal Funding Model Act

SB 430 - Cunningham - Creates new provisions establishing family trust companies

SB 502 - Munzlinger - Repeals the exemption for certain insurance holding companies involved in agricultural operations from certain reporting and examination requirements

HB 292 - Crawford - Modifies provisions relating to banks, trust companies, and other financial institutions

HB 427 - Cornejo - Modifies provisions relating to trust instruments

Bingo (4)

SB 147 - Romine - Reduces the time period after which new members of an organization are allowed to manage a bingo game

SJR 9 - Romine - Reduces the time period after which new members of an organization are allowed to manage a bingo game

HB 348 - Brown - Changes the laws regarding the requirements for the operation of a bingo game

HJR 10 - Brown - Proposes a constitutional amendment to reduce the amount of time a person is required to be a member of an organization in order to participate in the management of a bingo game

Boards, Commissions, Committees, and Councils (52)

SB 28 - Sater - Requires the Department of Social Services to apply for a global waiver for MO HealthNet

SB 38 - Silvey - Modifies control and maintenance of the supplementary state highway system

SB 55 - Holsman - Establishes the Empowerment Microgrants Program and Board to provide grants to persons living in impoverished areas who engage in urban agriculture

SB 82 - Dixon - Modifies the duties and functions of the Joint Committee on Legislative Research

SB 87 - Brown - Modifies the law relating to collective bargaining representatives

SB 112 - Schatz - Modifies provisions relating to political subdivisions

SB 118 - Schaaf - Voids any authority for the Missouri Development Finance Board to expend public moneys

SB 120 - Schaaf - Allows those licensed by the Department of Agriculture to grow and handle industrial hemp

SB 125 - Wasson - Modifies provisions relating to the regulation of certain professions

SB 134 - Chappelle-Nadal - Enacts various provisions relating to political subdivisions

SB 160 - Sater - Modifies provisions relating to child protection

SB 161 - Sater - Establishes the Ozark Exploration Bicentennial Commission

SB 185 - Onder - Enacts provisions relating to transportation network companies

SB 216 - Cunningham - Creates provisions relating to the registering of roofing contractors

SB 222 - Riddle - Modifies provisions relating to motorized vehicles

SB 240 - Schatz - Creates a statewide license for electrical contractors

SB 241 - Schatz - Provides that any person convicted of poaching a turkey, white-tailed deer, black bear, or elk illegally may be required to provide restitution to the state

SB 246 - Kraus - Modifies provisions of the Net Metering and Easy Connection Act

SB 281 - Hegeman - Requires board members of public water supply districts to complete training in each elected or appointed term of office

SB 283 - Hegeman - Enacts provisions relating to political subdivisions

SB 368 - Rowden - Prohibits financial information submitted to the Department of Natural Resources from being subject to public disclosure

SB 372 - Hegeman - Repeals a number of state administrative entities and transfers the duties of certain such entities to other existing administrative boards or commissions

SB 380 - Riddle - Requires that the Department of Transportation utility corridor be 12 feet wide with the location determined by the State Highways and Transportation Commission

SB 387 - Curls - Modifies provisions of law relating to long-term care certificates of need

SB 399 - Romine - Modifies provisions relating to transportation

SB 407 - Riddle - Licenses persons performing radiologic imaging or administering radiation therapy and establishes the Missouri Radiologic Imaging and Radiation Therapy Board of Examiners

SB 449 - Wieland - Specifies who is eligible to be a member of a board of port authority commissioners

SB 452 - Hoskins - Creates the Missouri Video Lottery Control Act

SB 457 - Eigel - Removes certain roads from the responsibility of the state highways and transportation commission and directs certain sales and use tax funds into the state road fund

SB 463 - Kehoe - Modifies provisions relating to the Missouri Ethics Commission

SB 489 - Schatz - Requires the Missouri Hazardous Waste Commission to promulgate rules and regulation for coal combustion residual units in lieu of federal solid waste regulations by June 1, 2018

SB 501 - Sater - Modifies provisions relating to health care

SB 508 - Nasheed - Specifies that the Regional Taxicab Commission shall not have the authority to regulate medical transportation

SB 515 - Munzlinger - Extends the period during which an annual fee shall be collected from businesses dealing in petroleum products

SB 544 - Rowden - Requires the Secretary of State, rather than the Department of Economic Development, to provide staff support to the Small Business Regulatory Fairness Board

SCR 5 - Romine - Urges the City of DeSoto and Jefferson County to establish a Joachim Creek Joint Task Force

SCR 19 - Emery - Establishes the Task Force on Retail Electric Competition and the Restructuring of the Electric Utility Industry

SCR 21 - Wallingford - Supports the adoption of the rules and procedures adopted by the Assembly of State Legislatures

SCR 25 - Cunningham - Establishes the State Innovation Waiver Task Force

SR 4 - Richard - Modifies the composition of the Senate's standing committees

HB 130 - Mathews - Enacts provisions relating to transportation network companies

HB 324 - Neely - Provides that no school board shall suspend a pupil out of school for an act or acts of truancy

HB 353 - Eggleston - Modifies provisions relating to elections

HB 542 - Korman - Modifies provisions relating to compliance with federal transportation laws

HB 568 - Tate - Modifies provisions relating to actions of county commissions

HB 569 - Frederick - Establishes the Show-Me Compassionate Medical Education Day and authorizes a multicenter study into the root causes of depression among medical students

HB 610 - Justus - Modifies the membership of the Taney County 911 board

HB 697 - Trent - Modifies the law regarding the Amber Alert System and establishes Hailey's Law

HB 815 - Basye - Modifies provisions relating to the regulation of certain professions

HB 884 - Trent - Establishes the State Capitol Complex Commission

HB 1158 - Franklin - Modifies provisions relating to child abuse

HCR 9 - Gannon - Urges the City of DeSoto and Jefferson County to establish a Joachim Creek Joint Task Force

Boats and Watercraft (5)

SB 65 - Schatz - Exempts vessels propelled by outboard jet motors and vessels not originally manufactured with adequate guards or railing from the provisions prohibiting passengers from riding in certain areas of a boat

SB 111 - Hegeman - Modifies various provisions regarding bonds issued by a political subdivision, qualifications for candidates of public office, limited liability companies who own property in certain cities, public administrators, and guardianships

SB 297 - Hummel - Establishes the "Alexandra and Brayden Anderson Electric Shock Drowning Prevention Act"

SB 324 - Silvey - Expands the requirement for children to wear personal flotation devices

HB 558 - Ross - Enacts provisions relating to water safety

Bonds - General Obligation and Revenue (7)

SB 11 - Wasson - Modifies provisions relating to political subdivisions

SB 118 - Schaaf - Voids any authority for the Missouri Development Finance Board to expend public moneys

SB 119 - Schaaf - Requires certain sports complex authorities to receive legislative or voter approval prior to extending existing bonds

SB 145 - Wallingford - Modifies provisions relating to very small water and sewer corporations

SB 146 - Romine - Modifies several provisions relating to political subdivisions

SB 492 - Hegeman - Modifies provisions relating to motor vehicle dealers

SJR 2 - Schaaf - Requires legislative or voter approval prior to the extension of bonds or the offering of tax incentives by a county sports authority

Bonds - Surety (8)

SB 8 - Munzlinger - Enacts provisions relating to transportation

SB 111 - Hegeman - Modifies various provisions regarding bonds issued by a political subdivision, qualifications for candidates of public office, limited liability companies who own property in certain cities, public administrators, and guardianships

SB 162 - Romine - Establishes the Consumer Legal Funding Model Act

SB 300 - Sater - Modifies provisions relating to elementary and secondary education

SB 306 - Hegeman - Authorizes the treasurer of a seven-director school district to use one or more sureties when entering into a bond to the state

SB 331 - Hegeman - Modifies provisions relating to the confiscation of animals

HB 384 - Anderson - Modifies provisions relating to the confiscation of animals

HB 587 - Redmon - Modifies provisions relating to governing bodies of schools districts

Buses (5)

SB 222 - Riddle - Modifies provisions relating to motorized vehicles

SB 225 - Schatz - Modifies provisions relating to transportation

SB 243 - Hegeman - Modifies provisions relating to following distance for vehicles using a connected braking system

SB 522 - Sifton - Requires school buses to be equipped with safety belts

HB 256 - Rhoads - Removes restrictions on when amber or white lights may be used on motor vehicles and equipment performing work for the department of transportation

Business and Commerce (38)

SB 4 - Richard - Repeals certain provisions relating to venue and jurisdiction in products liability claims

SB 18 - Kraus - Modifies provisions relating to the collection of money by public entities

SB 55 - Holsman - Establishes the Empowerment Microgrants Program and Board to provide grants to persons living in impoverished areas who engage in urban agriculture

SB 57 - Holsman - Modifies the definition of "customer-generator" in the Net Metering and Easy Connection Act

SB 90 - Chappelle-Nadal - Requires St. Louis City and St. Louis County to increase the number of contracts awarded to women and minority business enterprises

SB 123 - Munzlinger - Modifies provisions relating to captive cervids

SB 151 - Schupp - Modifies the law relating to consumer credit interest rates

SB 162 - Romine - Establishes the Consumer Legal Funding Model Act

SB 185 - Onder - Enacts provisions relating to transportation network companies

SB 186 - Emery - Modifies the authority of local governments to offer certain communications services

SB 190 - Emery - Modifies provisions relating to ratemaking for public utilities

SB 201 - Onder - Creates new provisions relating to joint employers

SB 214 - Emery - Modifies provisions relating to ratemaking for public utilities

SB 273 - Wasson - Allows municipalities to enter into loan agreements, or sell, lease, or mortgage municipal property for a technology business facility project

SB 292 - Rowden - Modifies provisions relating to ticket selling practices

SB 304 - Wieland - Enacts provisions relating to disclosure of insurance companies' corporate governance structure

SB 329 - Kehoe - Modifies provisions relating to motor vehicle franchise practices

SB 367 - Rowden - Applies all current motorcycle and all-terrain vehicle franchise practice provisions to "powersport vehicles"

SB 370 - Munzlinger - Allows nonresidents who own at least 80 acres of real property in Missouri to only be assessed 50% of the fee for any nonresident hunting, fishing, or trapping permit

SB 384 - Rowden - Modifies how the Public Service Commission assesses public utilities for the costs of regulation

SB 386 - Wieland - Exempts certain types of commercial insurance lines from filing requirements with respect to rates and policy forms

SB 392 - Holsman - Changes the business hours of distilleries who offer drinks at retail on their premises

SB 411 - Schatz - Authorizes the addition of Franklin County to the interstate compact creating the Bi-State Metropolitan Development District

SB 412 - Schupp - Modifies provisions of the Missouri Energy Efficiency Investment Act

SB 427 - Wasson - Requires certain insurers and insurance groups to establish an internal audit function

SB 492 - Hegeman - Modifies provisions relating to motor vehicle dealers

SB 502 - Munzlinger - Repeals the exemption for certain insurance holding companies involved in agricultural operations from certain reporting and examination requirements

SCR 19 - Emery - Establishes the Task Force on Retail Electric Competition and the Restructuring of the Electric Utility Industry

HB 29 - Pike - Modifies provisions of law relating to intoxicating liquor

HB 34 - Plocher - Changes the laws regarding the Uniform Commercial Code to adopt the current version of Articles 1 and 7

HB 130 - Mathews - Enacts provisions relating to transportation network companies

HB 255 - Rhoads - Modifies provisions relating to ticket selling practices

HB 337 - Shull - Establishes procedures relating to financial accreditation standards for insurance companies

HB 433 - Cornejo - Modifies provisions relating to intoxicating liquor

HB 656 - Rhoads - Modifies provisions relating to wireless communications infrastructure

HB 661 - Bondon - Modifies provisions relating to energy

HB 741 - Engler - Exempts certain types of commercial insurance lines from filing requirements with respect to rates, rate plans, modifications, and manuals

HCR 47 - Corlew - Establishes the 21st Century Missouri Transportation System Task Force

Campaign Finance (6)

SB 1 - Schaaf - Creates new provisions permitting taxpayers to claim a tax credit for making certain campaign contributions

SB 73 - Schaaf - Creates new provisions of law relating to financial disclosure under campaign finance laws

SB 305 - Kehoe - Modifies provisions relating to lobbyist expenditures

SB 339 - Schupp - Modifies the provisions of law relating to campaign finance

SCR 9 - Holsman - Calls for an Article V Convention for the purpose of regulating elections

SJR 1 - Schaaf - Modifies and creates constitutional provisions relating to campaign finance

Cemeteries (4)

SB 284 - Hegeman - Authorizes county commissions that are trustees for a cemetery trust fund to utilize investment managers to invest, reinvest, and manage fund assets

HB 51 - Andrews - Authorizes county commissions that are trustees for a cemetery trust fund to utilize investment managers to invest, reinvest, and manage fund assets

HB 568 - Tate - Modifies provisions relating to actions of county commissions

HB 909 - Fraker - Allows the next-of-kin to delegate the final disposition of human remains

Certificate of Need (1)

SB 387 - Curls - Modifies provisions of law relating to long-term care certificates of need

Charities (1)

HB 655 - Engler - Extends the expiration date of tax credits for donations to pregnancy centers

Children and Minors (33)

SB 25 - Curls - Modifies provisions relating to public safety

SB 40 - Wallingford - Requires children under the age of 18 to be prosecuted for most criminal offenses in juvenile courts unless the child is certified as an adult

SB 50 - Walsh - Modifies several provisions relating to health care

SB 89 - 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 101 - Cunningham - Increases penalties for knowingly allowing a minor to drink or possess alcohol or failing to stop a minor from drinking or possessing alcohol

SB 115 - Schupp - Modifies provisions relating to child care facilities

SB 128 - Dixon - Modifies various provisions regarding criminal offenses, the Attorney General, the Department of Revenue, child support and custody, trusts and estates, guardianships, judges, court surcharges, court reporter fees, and victims of crime

SB 160 - Sater - Modifies provisions relating to child protection

SB 174 - Schaaf - Creates a voluntary replacement alternative program for children's vaccines that do not contain human DNA content

SB 195 - Koenig - Establishes the Supporting and Strengthening Families Act relating to guardianships and modifies provisions regarding child abuse and neglect and foster care

SB 200 - Libla - Modifies provisions relating to expert witnesses

SB 341 - Nasheed - Modifies provisions relating to offenses involving prostitution when those offenses involve children or persons under the influence of an agent

SB 343 - Libla - Changes the period after which a foster parent may adopt a foster child from nine months to six months

SB 352 - Sifton - Removes the statutes of limitations on civil actions and prosecutions involving offenses against children

SB 375 - Hoskins - Changes the law regarding consent for a minor to obtain an abortion

SB 377 - Wallingford - Adds a rebuttable presumption that equal or approximately equal parenting time with each parent is in the best interests of the child

SB 432 - Koenig - Modifies provisions of law relating to custody of in vitro human embryos

SB 456 - Rowden - Enacts provisions relating to health care for individuals with physical, cognitive, emotional, mental, or developmental disabilities

SB 477 - Riddle - Modifies the Statewide Telecommunications Equipment Distribution Program to provide financial assistance for hearing aids as well as support service providers for deaf-blind children and adults

SB 522 - Sifton - Requires school buses to be equipped with safety belts

SB 523 - Sater - Modifies provisions relating to criminal background checks for child care providers

SB 535 - Wallingford - Modifies provisions relating to child abuse investigations

SB 538 - Chappelle-Nadal - Prohibits the use of a vaccine containing mercury as administered to a child or adult in Missouri

HB 58 - Haefner - Requires the Department of Health and Senior Services to establish criteria for levels of maternal and neonatal care designations

HB 66 - Ruth - Expands the newborn screening requirements to include spinal muscular atrophy and Hunter syndrome

HB 153 - Corlew - Modifies provisions relating to expert witnesses

HB 183 - Franks Jr. - Designates every June 7th as "Christopher Harris Day"

HB 260 - Brown - Modifies provisions relating to the protection of certain vulnerable persons

HB 270 - Evans - Modifies the law regarding the age of individuals entering a marriage

HB 697 - Trent - Modifies the law regarding the Amber Alert System and establishes Hailey's Law

HB 960 - Mathews - Establishes the Social Innovation Grant Program

HB 1158 - Franklin - Modifies provisions relating to child abuse

HCR 17 - Hubrecht - Urges the Department of Higher Education and Department of Health and Senior Services to encourage the dissemination of information about meningococcal disease and its vaccines

Children's Division (8)

SB 128 - Dixon - Modifies various provisions regarding criminal offenses, the Attorney General, the Department of Revenue, child support and custody, trusts and estates, guardianships, judges, court surcharges, court reporter fees, and victims of crime

SB 160 - Sater - Modifies provisions relating to child protection

SB 195 - Koenig - Establishes the Supporting and Strengthening Families Act relating to guardianships and modifies provisions regarding child abuse and neglect and foster care

SB 341 - Nasheed - Modifies provisions relating to offenses involving prostitution when those offenses involve children or persons under the influence of an agent

SB 343 - Libla - Changes the period after which a foster parent may adopt a foster child from nine months to six months

SB 535 - Wallingford - Modifies provisions relating to child abuse investigations

HB 260 - Brown - Modifies provisions relating to the protection of certain vulnerable persons

HB 1158 - Franklin - Modifies provisions relating to child abuse

Chiropractors (2)

SB 263 - Riddle - Requires licensed chiropractors to be reimbursed for the provision of MO HealthNet services

HB 209 - Wiemann - Requires licensed chiropractors to be reimbursed for the provision of MO HealthNet services

Cities, Towns, and Villages (40)

SB 11 - Wasson - Modifies provisions relating to political subdivisions

SB 81 - Dixon - Repeals provisions stating that community service alternatives used by municipal courts must be offered at no cost to the defendant

SB 95 - Sater - Extends the expiration dates on certain provisions relating to public funds

SB 110 - Holsman - Modifies provisions relating to vacant nuisance properties in Kansas City

SB 124 - Wasson - Modifies provisions relating to political subdivisions

SB 137 - Curls - Specifies that Kansas City may require the registration of certain properties

SB 186 - Emery - Modifies the authority of local governments to offer certain communications services

SB 191 - Wallingford - Authorizes the City of Jackson to impose a sales tax for public safety purposes

SB 199 - Wasson - Exempts certain projects from the Tax Increment Allocation Redevelopment Act annual appropriation cap

SB 209 - Wallingford - Modifies how fourth class cities may proceed with road improvements

SB 233 - Wallingford - Creates and modifies certain laws relating to emergency communication services

SB 235 - Eigel - Creates a process for selecting a single service provider for ambulance services in certain home rule cities

SB 267 - Schatz - Allows the City of Eureka to adopt a sales tax for improved public safety

SB 282 - Hegeman - Modifies provisions relating to public safety

SB 299 - Curls - Allows certain people to enter abandoned property to secure it, remove trash and graffiti, and maintain the grounds, and provides immunity from civil and criminal liability

SB 308 - Chappelle-Nadal - Modifies the law relating to the investment policies of the state

SB 310 - Wasson - Modifies the authority of political subdivisions to enact or enforce restrictions on residential dwelling rentals

SB 315 - Eigel - Requires in-person notice of most traffic violations, and prohibits automated traffic enforcement and fine collection

SB 319 - Hummel - Provides that the governing body of the City of St. Louis will administer the provision of sales taxes for emergency services

SB 332 - Hegeman - Modifies provisions relating to taxation

SB 345 - Nasheed - Creates certain policies relating to police-worn cameras, funding, and stored data

SB 354 - Rowden - Modifies provisions relating to wireless communications infrastructure and the Uniform Wireless Communications Infrastructure Deployment Act

SB 391 - Munzlinger - Specifies that a commercial motor vehicle's use of a specially-designated route shall not be deemed a nuisance or evidence of a nuisance

SB 393 - Dixon - Adds the City of Springfield to the list of political subdivisions subject to certain provisions relating to property

SB 446 - Rowden - Nullifies any existing local government regulations relating to specific breeds of dogs, and prohibits local governments from enacting ordinances specific to breed

SB 460 - Holsman - Modifies provisions relating to the selection of chairpersons for zoning or planning commissions

SB 482 - Sifton - Prohibits discrimination by certain public officials between licensed professional counselors and other mental health professionals

SB 511 - Dixon - Creates domestic violence fatality review panels to investigate homicides involving domestic violence

SB 514 - Onder - Modifies the duties and powers of municipal governments in relation to utility services

SB 520 - Emery - Modifies provisions regarding the revenue collected from certain municipal ordinance violations and municipal court procedure

SCR 5 - Romine - Urges the City of DeSoto and Jefferson County to establish a Joachim Creek Joint Task Force

HB 174 - Hubrecht - Preempts political subdivision authority regarding abortion in specified scenarios

HB 247 - Alferman - Modifies provisions relating to voter approval for municipally-offered services

HB 275 - Spencer - Enacts provisions relating to transportation regulations

HB 334 - Lauer - Creates and modifies certain laws relating to emergency communication services

HB 380 - Plocher - Modifies provisions relating to traffic violations, municipal judges, and court reporter fees

HB 451 - Austin - Provides that a change in population shall not remove a city, county, or political subdivision from the operation of a law

HB 608 - Anderson - Modifies provisions relating to residential dwelling rentals

HB 656 - Rhoads - Modifies provisions relating to wireless communications infrastructure

HCR 9 - Gannon - Urges the City of DeSoto and Jefferson County to establish a Joachim Creek Joint Task Force

Civil Penalties (12)

SB 135 - Curls - Repeals provisions regarding nonjudicial foreclosure proceedings and requires all foreclosure proceedings to be handled judicially

SB 205 - Sifton - Modifies provisions relating to employee wages

SB 213 - Rowden - Establishes requirements for certain settlement offers of tort claims which must be accepted within a specified period of time

SB 234 - Libla - Repeals provisions requiring a landlord to keep security deposits in a trust

SB 241 - Schatz - Provides that any person convicted of poaching a turkey, white-tailed deer, black bear, or elk illegally may be required to provide restitution to the state

SB 287 - Nasheed - Creates a process for reducing bias in policing

SB 288 - Nasheed - Allows the circuit court in St. Louis City to collect a fee not to exceed twenty dollars, rather than fifteen, to go toward the law library

SB 519 - Emery - Limits the acquisition of land in Missouri by the U.S. Government and requires statutory authorization for such land acquisitions

SB 542 - Schatz - Modifies the civil penalty for violating certain underground facility safety standards

SB 543 - Schatz - Modifies the civil penalty for violating federally mandated natural gas safety standards

HB 255 - Rhoads - Modifies provisions relating to ticket selling practices

HB 662 - Rone - Allows the Department of Agriculture to assess civil penalties for the use of a herbicide for a crop for which the herbicide was not labeled for use

Civil Procedure (57)

SB 4 - Richard - Repeals certain provisions relating to venue and jurisdiction in products liability claims

SB 5 - Richard - Modifies provisions relating to tort actions specifically unlawful merchandising practices, products liability claims, and venue requirements

SB 24 - Chappelle-Nadal - Modifies provisions relating to racial profiling in policing

SB 27 - Curls - Modifies residential property receivership

SB 31 - Emery - Modifies provisions relating to the collateral source rule and provides that parties may introduce evidence of the actual cost, rather than the value, of the medical care rendered

SB 45 - Romine - Modifies laws regarding arbitration agreements between employers and at-will employees

SB 76 - Munzlinger - Prohibits private nuisance actions from being brought when the property owner has a related government issued permit

SB 81 - Dixon - Repeals provisions stating that community service alternatives used by municipal courts must be offered at no cost to the defendant

SB 83 - Dixon - Allows any single noncharter county judicial circuit to collect a court surcharge to be used towards the construction and maintenance of judicial facilities

SB 88 - Brown - Establishes a two year statute of limitation for claims of malpractice or negligence against veterinarians

SB 94 - Curls - Changes the required notice to a tenant living in a foreclosed property from ten days to ninety days

SB 100 - Emery - Modifies Supreme Court Rule 55.03 regarding sanctions against lawyers, law firms, or parties for certain conduct

SB 104 - Wallingford - Modifies procedures in guardianship and conservator proceedings for incapacitated or disabled persons

SB 128 - Dixon - Modifies various provisions regarding criminal offenses, the Attorney General, the Department of Revenue, child support and custody, trusts and estates, guardianships, judges, court surcharges, court reporter fees, and victims of crime

SB 129 - Dixon - Establishes the Missouri Fiduciary Access to Digital Assets Act, which allows fiduciaries to access electronic records of the account holder

SB 135 - Curls - Repeals provisions regarding nonjudicial foreclosure proceedings and requires all foreclosure proceedings to be handled judicially

SB 169 - Dixon - Modifies provisions relating to court reporter fees for the preparation of transcripts

SB 170 - Dixon - Modifies provisions regarding qualified spousal trusts

SB 171 - Dixon - Modifies provisions relating to trust protectors and adds circumstances in which a no-contest clause in an irrevocable trust is not enforceable

SB 196 - Koenig - Grants the Attorney General concurrent original jurisdiction to enforce the state's abortion laws

SB 200 - Libla - Modifies provisions relating to expert witnesses

SB 220 - Riddle - Provides that a person who is injured by a product has 10 years after the sale or lease of the product to bring a suit for damages

SB 221 - Riddle - Authorizes legal counsel for the Department of Mental Health to have standing in certain hearings involving a person unable to stand trial due to lack of mental fitness

SB 237 - Rowden - Modifies definitions of "employee" and "physician employee" as used in provisions relating to actions against health care providers for personal injury or death

SB 258 - Munzlinger - Modifies civil procedure for joinder, intervention, and venue in civil actions

SB 259 - Munzlinger - Amends Supreme Court Rule 52.12 to prohibit intervention in a tort action when jurisdiction and venue cannot be independently established

SB 260 - Munzlinger - Amends Supreme Court Rule 51.01 to require the independent establishment of venue and jurisdiction for joinder or intervention

SB 261 - Munzlinger - Amends Supreme Court Rule 52.05 to modify procedures for joinder in tort actions

SB 262 - Munzlinger - Modifies Supreme Court Rule 52.06 relating to the dismissal of a claim due to misjoinder where venue does not exist

SB 289 - Nasheed - Allows tenants to terminate their lease or change the locks on the premises in certain situations of domestic violence, stalking, or sexual assault

SB 299 - Curls - Allows certain people to enter abandoned property to secure it, remove trash and graffiti, and maintain the grounds, and provides immunity from civil and criminal liability

SB 303 - Wieland - Provides that insurers have the right to defend an insured without reservation before a claimant can contract to limit recovery to certain assets or insurance policies

SB 309 - Walsh - Modifies provisions of various retirement systems and allows single noncharter county judicial circuits to collect a court surcharge

SB 321 - Hegeman - Allows evidence of failure to wear a seatbelt for comparative negligence or to mitigate damages in actions for damages

SB 347 - Kraus - Establishes procedures for a claimant in an action for damages due to asbestos exposure to disclose additional claims the claimant has filed with an asbestos trust

SB 352 - Sifton - Removes the statutes of limitations on civil actions and prosecutions involving offenses against children

SB 356 - Romine - Adds circumstances in which a no-contest clause in an irrevocable trust is not enforceable

SB 383 - Eigel - Provides that defendants in tort actions shall only be held severally liable and not jointly

SB 422 - Cunningham - Modifies provisions relating to residential mortgage loan brokers

SB 448 - Emery - Modifies provisions regarding insurance coverage of the cost to defend a claim in an administrative proceeding, proposed administrative rules affecting real property, and procedures for judicial review of action by a state agency

SB 465 - Emery - Modifies various provisions relating to guardianships and conservatorships

SB 512 - Dixon - Modifies various criminal offenses including assault, harassment, acceding to corruption, and driving while intoxicated and provides for a court surcharge in certain cases

SB 520 - Emery - Modifies provisions regarding the revenue collected from certain municipal ordinance violations and municipal court procedure

SB 524 - Koenig - Requires a defendant served after the expiration of the statute of limitations for a wrongful death or a medical negligence claim to be served within one hundred twenty days after a petition has been filed

SJR 6 - Emery - Delineates procedures a court must follow when assessing a claim that the government has enforced a law that limits a person's constitutional rights

HB 95 - McGaugh - Modifies provisions relating to the collateral source rule and provides that parties may introduce evidence of the actual cost, rather than the value, of the medical care rendered

HB 153 - Corlew - Modifies provisions relating to expert witnesses

HB 159 - McGaugh - Establishes a two year statute of limitation for claims of malpractice or negligence against veterinarians

HB 339 - DeGroot - Modifies provisions relating to settlement agreements in tort claims

HB 422 - Cornejo - Adds an engagement ring, interest in a 401(k), and interest in any type of IRA to the list of exemptions in bankruptcy proceedings, and increases the value amount of property that may be exempt

HB 452 - Austin - Modifies provisions regarding the liability of a health care provider for the actions of an employee

HB 460 - Kolkmeyer - Modifies provisions relating to civil procedure for joinder, intervention, and venue in civil actions

HB 461 - Kolkmeyer - Amends Supreme Court Rules 52.05 and 52.06 for the purpose of severing parties who are misjoined in a civil action

HB 462 - Kolkmeyer - Amends Supreme Court Rule 52.12 for the purpose of prohibiting a person from intervening in a tort action if jurisdiction and venue cannot be established independently

HB 573 - McGaugh - Establishes requirements for certain settlement offers of tort claims which must be accepted within a specified period of time

HCB 1 - McGaugh - Modifies various provisions regarding criminal offenses, the Attorney General, the Department of Revenue, child support and custody, trusts and estates, guardianships, judges, court surcharges, court reporter fees, and victim's of crime

HCB 7 - Fitzwater - Requires the Attorney General to submit a monthly report detailing all activity concerning lawsuits filed against the Department of Corrections and the State Legal Expense Fund

Civil Rights (8)

SB 43 - Romine - Modifies the law relating to unlawful discrimination

SB 252 - Dixon - Modifies exemption for certain religious entities under the Missouri Human Rights Act

SB 287 - Nasheed - Creates a process for reducing bias in policing

SB 419 - Riddle - Requires inclusion of information on traffic stops and constitutional rights in driver training programs and information provided to first-time license recipients

SCR 10 - Wieland - Urges the City of St. Louis Board of Aldermen to defeat Board Bill 203 and protect the religious liberty and right of conscience of Missouri citizens

SJR 6 - Emery - Delineates procedures a court must follow when assessing a claim that the government has enforced a law that limits a person's constitutional rights

HB 355 - Bahr - Prohibits a property owners' association from preventing a property owner from placing political signs on his or her property

HB 441 - Corlew - Establishes the Cronkite New Voices Act

Compacts (7)

SB 13 - Dixon - Adopts the Compact for a Balanced Budget

SB 125 - Wasson - Modifies provisions relating to the regulation of certain professions

SB 358 - Wieland - Creates new provisions relating to collective bargaining within the Bi-State Development Agency

SB 462 - Sifton - Establishes the Psychology Interjurisdictional Compact

SB 466 - Emery - Adopts the Prosperity States Compact

HB 34 - Plocher - Changes the laws regarding the Uniform Commercial Code to adopt the current version of Articles 1 and 7

HB 227 - Hubrecht - Establishes the Psychology Interjurisdictional Compact

Conservation, Department of (10)

SB 123 - Munzlinger - Modifies provisions relating to captive cervids

SB 128 - Dixon - Modifies various provisions regarding criminal offenses, the Attorney General, the Department of Revenue, child support and custody, trusts and estates, guardianships, judges, court surcharges, court reporter fees, and victims of crime

SB 241 - Schatz - Provides that any person convicted of poaching a turkey, white-tailed deer, black bear, or elk illegally may be required to provide restitution to the state

SB 370 - Munzlinger - Allows nonresidents who own at least 80 acres of real property in Missouri to only be assessed 50% of the fee for any nonresident hunting, fishing, or trapping permit

SB 512 - Dixon - Modifies various criminal offenses including assault, harassment, acceding to corruption, and driving while intoxicated and provides for a court surcharge in certain cases

SB 519 - Emery - Limits the acquisition of land in Missouri by the U.S. Government and requires statutory authorization for such land acquisitions

SJR 16 - Munzlinger - Amends the Constitution to require that the sales tax dedicated to conservation purposes be resubmitted to the voters for approval every 10 years

HB 181 - Phillips - Permits agents of the Conservation Commission and water patrol to enforce certain laws relating to littering and abandoning motor vehicles, and requires law enforcement officers to enforce those laws

HB 302 - Hill - Modifies provisions relating to emergency responders

HCB 1 - McGaugh - Modifies various provisions regarding criminal offenses, the Attorney General, the Department of Revenue, child support and custody, trusts and estates, guardianships, judges, court surcharges, court reporter fees, and victim's of crime

Constitutional Amendments (23)

SB 13 - Dixon - Adopts the Compact for a Balanced Budget

SCR 4 - Kehoe - Applies to Congress for the calling of an Article V convention of states to propose certain amendments to the United States Constitution which place limits on the federal government

SCR 9 - Holsman - Calls for an Article V Convention for the purpose of regulating elections

SCR 22 - Schupp - Urges ratification of the Equal Rights Amendment to the United States Constitution

SJR 1 - Schaaf - Modifies and creates constitutional provisions relating to campaign finance

SJR 2 - Schaaf - Requires legislative or voter approval prior to the extension of bonds or the offering of tax incentives by a county sports authority

SJR 3 - Schaaf - Amends the Constitution to modify state highway maintenance by instituting a motor fuel tax and restoring certain state highways to local control

SJR 4 - Chappelle-Nadal - Requires the question of whether to recall the county executive to be submitted to voters in St. Louis County

SJR 5 - Emery - Requires the Senate, beginning January 1, 2019, 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 6 - Emery - Delineates procedures a court must follow when assessing a claim that the government has enforced a law that limits a person's constitutional rights

SJR 7 - Silvey - Modifies the number of members of the General Assembly and limits service in the General Assembly to sixteen years in any proportion between the House and Senate

SJR 8 - Romine - Exempts disabled veterans from real and personal property taxes

SJR 9 - Romine - Reduces the time period after which new members of an organization are allowed to manage a bingo game

SJR 10 - Holsman - Modifies certain constitutional amendments relating to members of the General Assembly

SJR 11 - Hegeman - Provides that a nonpartisan judicial commission shall submit to the governor a list of names, rather than a list of three names, to fill a judicial vacancy in a court under the nonpartisan court plan

SJR 12 - Eigel - Places a cap on annual appropriations and reduces income tax rates based on revenue growth

SJR 13 - Emery - Eliminates income taxes and replaces them with an expanded sales and use tax and creates a property tax relief credit

SJR 14 - Kraus - Enacts term limits for all statewide elected officials

SJR 15 - Rizzo - Requires the legislature to appropriate all funds to which public school districts are entitled under the funding formula established by law

SJR 16 - Munzlinger - Amends the Constitution to require that the sales tax dedicated to conservation purposes be resubmitted to the voters for approval every 10 years

SJR 17 - Kraus - Requires the Jackson County assessor to be an elected officer

SJR 18 - Curls - Requires certain statewide elected officials, members of the General Assembly, and judges to receive cost-of-living adjustments if such adjustments are provided to all state employees

HJR 10 - Brown - Proposes a constitutional amendment to reduce the amount of time a person is required to be a member of an organization in order to participate in the management of a bingo game

Construction and Building Codes (4)

SB 109 - Holsman - Modifies provisions relating to solar energy systems in certain planned communities

SB 110 - Holsman - Modifies provisions relating to vacant nuisance properties in Kansas City

SB 145 - Wallingford - Modifies provisions relating to very small water and sewer corporations

SB 184 - Emery - Modifies provisions relating to water and sewer corporations

Consumer Protection (20)

SB 151 - Schupp - Modifies the law relating to consumer credit interest rates

SB 162 - Romine - Establishes the Consumer Legal Funding Model Act

SB 185 - Onder - Enacts provisions relating to transportation network companies

SB 190 - Emery - Modifies provisions relating to ratemaking for public utilities

SB 193 - Wallingford - Requires health insurers to update their electronic and paper dental services provider materials available to plan members and potential members

SB 194 - Wallingford - Provides that a managed care plan's network is adequate if the health carrier is accredited by the Accreditation Association for Ambulatory Health Care

SB 214 - Emery - Modifies provisions relating to ratemaking for public utilities

SB 270 - Schaaf - Modifies provisions relating to public utilities

SB 292 - Rowden - Modifies provisions relating to ticket selling practices

SB 336 - Wieland - Provides that the interest rate an insurance company pays upon a claim, refund, or payment under certain regulatory actions shall be the annual adjusted prime rate of interest, not to exceed 9 percent

SB 367 - Rowden - Applies all current motorcycle and all-terrain vehicle franchise practice provisions to "powersport vehicles"

SB 386 - Wieland - Exempts certain types of commercial insurance lines from filing requirements with respect to rates and policy forms

SB 398 - Romine - Enacts provisions relating to homeowners' associations

SB 417 - Chappelle-Nadal - Creates the Missouri Radon Awareness Act

SB 450 - Wieland - Modifies provisions of the Missouri Preneed Funeral Contract Act

SB 502 - Munzlinger - Repeals the exemption for certain insurance holding companies involved in agricultural operations from certain reporting and examination requirements

HB 130 - Mathews - Enacts provisions relating to transportation network companies

HB 255 - Rhoads - Modifies provisions relating to ticket selling practices

HB 340 - Fitzwater - Modifies provisions relating to the regulation of utilities

HB 741 - Engler - Exempts certain types of commercial insurance lines from filing requirements with respect to rates, rate plans, modifications, and manuals

Contracts and Contractors (20)

SB 45 - Romine - Modifies laws regarding arbitration agreements between employers and at-will employees

SB 90 - Chappelle-Nadal - Requires St. Louis City and St. Louis County to increase the number of contracts awarded to women and minority business enterprises

SB 162 - Romine - Establishes the Consumer Legal Funding Model Act

SB 182 - Onder - Modifies provisions of law relating to project labor agreements

SB 185 - Onder - Enacts provisions relating to transportation network companies

SB 190 - Emery - Modifies provisions relating to ratemaking for public utilities

SB 214 - Emery - Modifies provisions relating to ratemaking for public utilities

SB 216 - Cunningham - Creates provisions relating to the registering of roofing contractors

SB 242 - Emery - Establishes the Rate Case Modernization Act

SB 303 - Wieland - Provides that insurers have the right to defend an insured without reservation before a claimant can contract to limit recovery to certain assets or insurance policies

SB 368 - Rowden - Prohibits financial information submitted to the Department of Natural Resources from being subject to public disclosure

SB 398 - Romine - Enacts provisions relating to homeowners' associations

SB 450 - Wieland - Modifies provisions of the Missouri Preneed Funeral Contract Act

SB 459 - Holsman - Creates the Missouri Energy Freedom Act

SB 527 - Brown - Modifies provisions of law relating to MO HealthNet managed care

HB 34 - Plocher - Changes the laws regarding the Uniform Commercial Code to adopt the current version of Articles 1 and 7

HB 130 - Mathews - Enacts provisions relating to transportation network companies

HB 573 - McGaugh - Establishes requirements for certain settlement offers of tort claims which must be accepted within a specified period of time

HB 598 - Cornejo - Limits contingency fees a private attorney may receive from contingency fee contracts with the state

HB 661 - Bondon - Modifies provisions relating to energy

Cooperatives (8)

SB 18 - Kraus - Modifies provisions relating to the collection of money by public entities

SB 57 - Holsman - Modifies the definition of "customer-generator" in the Net Metering and Easy Connection Act

SB 246 - Kraus - Modifies provisions of the Net Metering and Easy Connection Act

SB 398 - Romine - Enacts provisions relating to homeowners' associations

SB 421 - Rizzo - Modifies provisions relating to the conveyance of state property

SB 459 - Holsman - Creates the Missouri Energy Freedom Act

SB 488 - Kehoe - Modifies provisions relating to the conveyance of state property

HB 340 - Fitzwater - Modifies provisions relating to the regulation of utilities

Corporations (31)

SB 17 - Kraus - Phases out corporate income tax over 3 years

SB 18 - Kraus - Modifies provisions relating to the collection of money by public entities

SB 57 - Holsman - Modifies the definition of "customer-generator" in the Net Metering and Easy Connection Act

SB 73 - Schaaf - Creates new provisions of law relating to financial disclosure under campaign finance laws

SB 145 - Wallingford - Modifies provisions relating to very small water and sewer corporations

SB 184 - Emery - Modifies provisions relating to water and sewer corporations

SB 190 - Emery - Modifies provisions relating to ratemaking for public utilities

SB 214 - Emery - Modifies provisions relating to ratemaking for public utilities

SB 232 - Schatz - Adds a provision relating to population changes in St. Louis County for purposes of water corporations collecting an infrastructure system replacement surcharge

SB 242 - Emery - Establishes the Rate Case Modernization Act

SB 286 - Rizzo - Modifies provisions requiring LLC's owning rental or unoccupied property in Kansas City and Independence to list a property manager with the city clerk

SB 304 - Wieland - Enacts provisions relating to disclosure of insurance companies' corporate governance structure

SB 326 - Kraus - Creates new provisions relating to low-profit limited liability corporations

SB 332 - Hegeman - Modifies provisions relating to taxation

SB 339 - Schupp - Modifies the provisions of law relating to campaign finance

SB 348 - Wasson - Extends the sunset provisions for fees to be credited to the technology trust fund

SB 365 - Curls - Modifies provisions requiring LLC's owning rental or unoccupied property in Kansas City to list a property manager with the city clerk

SB 384 - Rowden - Modifies how the Public Service Commission assesses public utilities for the costs of regulation

SB 412 - Schupp - Modifies provisions of the Missouri Energy Efficiency Investment Act

SB 427 - Wasson - Requires certain insurers and insurance groups to establish an internal audit function

SB 430 - Cunningham - Creates new provisions establishing family trust companies

SB 458 - Holsman - Modifies provisions of the Missouri Energy Efficiency and Investment Act

SB 459 - Holsman - Creates the Missouri Energy Freedom Act

SB 467 - Schupp - Creates new provisions allowing for the creation of benefit corporations

SB 541 - Schupp - Modifies requirements for water corporations collecting an infrastructure system replacement surcharge (ISRS) in St. Louis County

SB 543 - Schatz - Modifies the civil penalty for violating federally mandated natural gas safety standards

HB 292 - Crawford - Modifies provisions relating to banks, trust companies, and other financial institutions

HB 337 - Shull - Establishes procedures relating to financial accreditation standards for insurance companies

HB 340 - Fitzwater - Modifies provisions relating to the regulation of utilities

HB 661 - Bondon - Modifies provisions relating to energy

HB 1045 - Haahr - Extends the sunset provisions for fees credited to the technology trust fund

Corrections, Department of (9)

SB 99 - 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 163 - Romine - Prohibits two-way telecommunications devices and their component parts in correctional centers and jails

SB 277 - Wieland - Repeals the death penalty

SB 400 - Hegeman - Establishes a process for the parole of elderly offenders

SB 413 - Munzlinger - Provides that after July 1, 2018, the amount paid to counties for the local incarceration of prisoners shall not be less than one half of the amount paid to the Department of Corrections

SB 436 - Curls - Provides a process for the Parole Board to review the case histories of offenders serving more than 25 years in prison and recommend clemency or allow release on parole

HB 207 - Fitzwater - Prohibits two-way telecommunications devices and their component parts in correctional centers and jails

HB 219 - Hill - Modifies provisions relating to diversionary courts and private probation services

HCB 7 - Fitzwater - Requires the Attorney General to submit a monthly report detailing all activity concerning lawsuits filed against the Department of Corrections and the State Legal Expense Fund

Cosmetology (3)

SB 227 - Koenig - Provides that the practice of cosmetology and the practice of the occupation of a barber does not include hair braiding

HB 230 - Dogan - Provides that the practice of cosmetology and the occupation of a barber does not include hair braiding

HB 813 - Basye - Modifies provisions relating to the regulation of certain professions

Counseling (2)

SB 482 - Sifton - Prohibits discrimination by certain public officials between licensed professional counselors and other mental health professionals

SB 490 - Schupp - Requires certain health care professionals to complete two hours of suicide prevention training as a condition of initial licensure and as a condition of license renewal

Counties (52)

SB 27 - Curls - Modifies residential property receivership

SB 30 - Sater - Enacts provisions to political subdivisions

SB 38 - Silvey - Modifies control and maintenance of the supplementary state highway system

SB 49 - Walsh - Modifies several provisions relating to local sales taxes

SB 62 - Hegeman - Modifies provisions regarding various pension systems and forfeiture of a pension benefit due to a felony conviction

SB 81 - Dixon - Repeals provisions stating that community service alternatives used by municipal courts must be offered at no cost to the defendant

SB 95 - Sater - Extends the expiration dates on certain provisions relating to public funds

SB 111 - Hegeman - Modifies various provisions regarding bonds issued by a political subdivision, qualifications for candidates of public office, limited liability companies who own property in certain cities, public administrators, and guardianships

SB 114 - Schatz - Modifies provisions relating to political subdivisions

SB 119 - Schaaf - Requires certain sports complex authorities to receive legislative or voter approval prior to extending existing bonds

SB 124 - Wasson - Modifies provisions relating to political subdivisions

SB 136 - Curls - Allows a charter county to submit to voters a proposal for a $5 user fee on instruments recorded with the Recorder of Deeds for an assistance program for homeless persons

SB 146 - Romine - Modifies several provisions relating to political subdivisions

SB 199 - Wasson - Exempts certain projects from the Tax Increment Allocation Redevelopment Act annual appropriation cap

SB 233 - Wallingford - Creates and modifies certain laws relating to emergency communication services

SB 276 - Wieland - Repeals provisions of law requiring the licensing and taxation of peddlers by counties

SB 284 - Hegeman - Authorizes county commissions that are trustees for a cemetery trust fund to utilize investment managers to invest, reinvest, and manage fund assets

SB 295 - Schaaf - Increases various existing fees that are deposited in the county employees' retirement fund and creates a new fee to be paid into the fund

SB 308 - Chappelle-Nadal - Modifies the law relating to the investment policies of the state

SB 309 - Walsh - Modifies provisions of various retirement systems and allows single noncharter county judicial circuits to collect a court surcharge

SB 310 - Wasson - Modifies the authority of political subdivisions to enact or enforce restrictions on residential dwelling rentals

SB 315 - Eigel - Requires in-person notice of most traffic violations, and prohibits automated traffic enforcement and fine collection

SB 332 - Hegeman - Modifies provisions relating to taxation

SB 345 - Nasheed - Creates certain policies relating to police-worn cameras, funding, and stored data

SB 394 - Romine - Modifies provisions relating to public employee retirement systems

SB 411 - Schatz - Authorizes the addition of Franklin County to the interstate compact creating the Bi-State Metropolitan Development District

SB 457 - Eigel - Removes certain roads from the responsibility of the state highways and transportation commission and directs certain sales and use tax funds into the state road fund

SB 482 - Sifton - Prohibits discrimination by certain public officials between licensed professional counselors and other mental health professionals

SB 509 - Dixon - Sets a maximum of fourteen days of state reimbursement to county governments who hold certain prisoners who are not charged with dangerous felonies or murder

SB 520 - Emery - Modifies provisions regarding the revenue collected from certain municipal ordinance violations and municipal court procedure

SB 529 - Hegeman - WITHDRAWN

SCR 5 - Romine - Urges the City of DeSoto and Jefferson County to establish a Joachim Creek Joint Task Force

SJR 2 - Schaaf - Requires legislative or voter approval prior to the extension of bonds or the offering of tax incentives by a county sports authority

SJR 3 - Schaaf - Amends the Constitution to modify state highway maintenance by instituting a motor fuel tax and restoring certain state highways to local control

SJR 4 - Chappelle-Nadal - Requires the question of whether to recall the county executive to be submitted to voters in St. Louis County

HB 51 - Andrews - Authorizes county commissions that are trustees for a cemetery trust fund to utilize investment managers to invest, reinvest, and manage fund assets

HB 52 - Andrews - Modifies provisions relating to special road district commissioner elections

HB 87 - Henderson - Corrects the description of St. Francois County in a provision of law regarding expenditures from a county’s special road and bridge tax

HB 162 - Eggleston - Modifies the penalty for a willfully or knowingly causing excess drainage onto public roads

HB 200 - Fraker - Extends an expiration date for provisions allowing counties to amend their budgets

HB 281 - Rowland - Adds St. Francois and Taney counties to a list of counties authorized to enact certain nuisance abatement ordinances

HB 303 - Mathews - Creates the offense of filing false documents

HB 334 - Lauer - Creates and modifies certain laws relating to emergency communication services

HB 380 - Plocher - Modifies provisions relating to traffic violations, municipal judges, and court reporter fees

HB 451 - Austin - Provides that a change in population shall not remove a city, county, or political subdivision from the operation of a law

HB 568 - Tate - Modifies provisions relating to actions of county commissions

HB 608 - Anderson - Modifies provisions relating to residential dwelling rentals

HB 647 - Fitzpatrick - Enacts provisions relating to county roads

HB 831 - Baringer - Modifies provisions relating to public retirement

HB 849 - Pfautsch - Modifies provisions regarding financial transaction reporting so that certain requirements of transportation development districts also apply to political subdivisions

HB 935 - Haefner - Modifies provisions relating to county sales taxes for zoological organizations

HCR 9 - Gannon - Urges the City of DeSoto and Jefferson County to establish a Joachim Creek Joint Task Force

County Government (33)

SB 30 - Sater - Enacts provisions to political subdivisions

SB 38 - Silvey - Modifies control and maintenance of the supplementary state highway system

SB 75 - Munzlinger - Modifies provisions relating to vacancies in county elected offices

SB 95 - Sater - Extends the expiration dates on certain provisions relating to public funds

SB 111 - Hegeman - Modifies various provisions regarding bonds issued by a political subdivision, qualifications for candidates of public office, limited liability companies who own property in certain cities, public administrators, and guardianships

SB 114 - Schatz - Modifies provisions relating to political subdivisions

SB 134 - Chappelle-Nadal - Enacts various provisions relating to political subdivisions

SB 233 - Wallingford - Creates and modifies certain laws relating to emergency communication services

SB 284 - Hegeman - Authorizes county commissions that are trustees for a cemetery trust fund to utilize investment managers to invest, reinvest, and manage fund assets

SB 295 - Schaaf - Increases various existing fees that are deposited in the county employees' retirement fund and creates a new fee to be paid into the fund

SB 308 - Chappelle-Nadal - Modifies the law relating to the investment policies of the state

SB 310 - Wasson - Modifies the authority of political subdivisions to enact or enforce restrictions on residential dwelling rentals

SB 332 - Hegeman - Modifies provisions relating to taxation

SB 405 - Hegeman - Modifies provisions relating to public safety

SB 413 - Munzlinger - Provides that after July 1, 2018, the amount paid to counties for the local incarceration of prisoners shall not be less than one half of the amount paid to the Department of Corrections

SB 453 - Sater - Modifies certain provisions relating to county recording fees

SB 529 - Hegeman - WITHDRAWN

SJR 3 - Schaaf - Amends the Constitution to modify state highway maintenance by instituting a motor fuel tax and restoring certain state highways to local control

SJR 17 - Kraus - Requires the Jackson County assessor to be an elected officer

HB 51 - Andrews - Authorizes county commissions that are trustees for a cemetery trust fund to utilize investment managers to invest, reinvest, and manage fund assets

HB 52 - Andrews - Modifies provisions relating to special road district commissioner elections

HB 54 - Muntzel - Modifies provisions relating to vacancies in certain elected offices

HB 174 - Hubrecht - Preempts political subdivision authority regarding abortion in specified scenarios

HB 199 - Fraker - Repeals a provision stating that certain officials are ineligible for the office of county treasurer and creates bonding requirements for candidates for public administrator

HB 200 - Fraker - Extends an expiration date for provisions allowing counties to amend their budgets

HB 281 - Rowland - Adds St. Francois and Taney counties to a list of counties authorized to enact certain nuisance abatement ordinances

HB 334 - Lauer - Creates and modifies certain laws relating to emergency communication services

HB 353 - Eggleston - Modifies provisions relating to elections

HB 568 - Tate - Modifies provisions relating to actions of county commissions

HB 610 - Justus - Modifies the membership of the Taney County 911 board

HB 647 - Fitzpatrick - Enacts provisions relating to county roads

HB 843 - McGaugh - Repeals an expiration date relating to county budgets and modifies provisions relating to electronic communications between county governments and the State Auditor

HB 849 - Pfautsch - Modifies provisions regarding financial transaction reporting so that certain requirements of transportation development districts also apply to political subdivisions

County Officials (21)

SB 35 - Cunningham - Modifies public notice and hearing requirements for certain land purchases made by the Department of Natural Resources or the Commissioner of Administration on behalf of state departments

SB 62 - Hegeman - Modifies provisions regarding various pension systems and forfeiture of a pension benefit due to a felony conviction

SB 75 - Munzlinger - Modifies provisions relating to vacancies in county elected offices

SB 111 - Hegeman - Modifies various provisions regarding bonds issued by a political subdivision, qualifications for candidates of public office, limited liability companies who own property in certain cities, public administrators, and guardianships

SB 114 - Schatz - Modifies provisions relating to political subdivisions

SB 134 - Chappelle-Nadal - Enacts various provisions relating to political subdivisions

SB 136 - Curls - Allows a charter county to submit to voters a proposal for a $5 user fee on instruments recorded with the Recorder of Deeds for an assistance program for homeless persons

SB 140 - Sater - Creates new provisions relating to ranked-choice voting

SB 182 - Onder - Modifies provisions of law relating to project labor agreements

SB 283 - Hegeman - Enacts provisions relating to political subdivisions

SB 295 - Schaaf - Increases various existing fees that are deposited in the county employees' retirement fund and creates a new fee to be paid into the fund

SB 309 - Walsh - Modifies provisions of various retirement systems and allows single noncharter county judicial circuits to collect a court surcharge

SB 405 - Hegeman - Modifies provisions relating to public safety

SB 529 - Hegeman - WITHDRAWN

SJR 4 - Chappelle-Nadal - Requires the question of whether to recall the county executive to be submitted to voters in St. Louis County

SJR 17 - Kraus - Requires the Jackson County assessor to be an elected officer

HB 54 - Muntzel - Modifies provisions relating to vacancies in certain elected offices

HB 199 - Fraker - Repeals a provision stating that certain officials are ineligible for the office of county treasurer and creates bonding requirements for candidates for public administrator

HB 353 - Eggleston - Modifies provisions relating to elections

HB 831 - Baringer - Modifies provisions relating to public retirement

HB 843 - McGaugh - Repeals an expiration date relating to county budgets and modifies provisions relating to electronic communications between county governments and the State Auditor

Courts (98)

SB 4 - Richard - Repeals certain provisions relating to venue and jurisdiction in products liability claims

SB 5 - Richard - Modifies provisions relating to tort actions specifically unlawful merchandising practices, products liability claims, and venue requirements

SB 27 - Curls - Modifies residential property receivership

SB 31 - Emery - Modifies provisions relating to the collateral source rule and provides that parties may introduce evidence of the actual cost, rather than the value, of the medical care rendered

SB 40 - Wallingford - Requires children under the age of 18 to be prosecuted for most criminal offenses in juvenile courts unless the child is certified as an adult

SB 45 - Romine - Modifies laws regarding arbitration agreements between employers and at-will employees

SB 62 - Hegeman - Modifies provisions regarding various pension systems and forfeiture of a pension benefit due to a felony conviction

SB 76 - Munzlinger - Prohibits private nuisance actions from being brought when the property owner has a related government issued permit

SB 81 - Dixon - Repeals provisions stating that community service alternatives used by municipal courts must be offered at no cost to the defendant

SB 83 - Dixon - Allows any single noncharter county judicial circuit to collect a court surcharge to be used towards the construction and maintenance of judicial facilities

SB 84 - Kraus - Restricts the use of cell site simulator devices

SB 88 - Brown - Establishes a two year statute of limitation for claims of malpractice or negligence against veterinarians

SB 89 - 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 99 - 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 100 - Emery - Modifies Supreme Court Rule 55.03 regarding sanctions against lawyers, law firms, or parties for certain conduct

SB 101 - Cunningham - Increases penalties for knowingly allowing a minor to drink or possess alcohol or failing to stop a minor from drinking or possessing alcohol

SB 104 - Wallingford - Modifies procedures in guardianship and conservator proceedings for incapacitated or disabled persons

SB 110 - Holsman - Modifies provisions relating to vacant nuisance properties in Kansas City

SB 111 - Hegeman - Modifies various provisions regarding bonds issued by a political subdivision, qualifications for candidates of public office, limited liability companies who own property in certain cities, public administrators, and guardianships

SB 124 - Wasson - Modifies provisions relating to political subdivisions

SB 126 - Wasson - Allows certain offenses to be prosecuted in the county in which the victim resides or conducts business or where stolen property was located

SB 128 - Dixon - Modifies various provisions regarding criminal offenses, the Attorney General, the Department of Revenue, child support and custody, trusts and estates, guardianships, judges, court surcharges, court reporter fees, and victims of crime

SB 130 - Kraus - Requires the Department of Revenue to pay the taxpayers' attorneys' fees in income and sales and use tax cases when the taxpayer receives a favorable judgement

SB 135 - Curls - Repeals provisions regarding nonjudicial foreclosure proceedings and requires all foreclosure proceedings to be handled judicially

SB 142 - Emery - Requires a person who has been found guilty of driving while intoxicated to complete a victim impact program approved by the court

SB 143 - 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 154 - Schaaf - Establishes and defines restorative justice conferences

SB 157 - Dixon - Adds language to jury instructions regarding lesser included offenses

SB 158 - Dixon - Modifies admissibility of chemical test results in intoxication-related proceedings for a certain time period

SB 160 - Sater - Modifies provisions relating to child protection

SB 164 - Romine - Modifies the crime of animal trespass

SB 169 - Dixon - Modifies provisions relating to court reporter fees for the preparation of transcripts

SB 170 - Dixon - Modifies provisions regarding qualified spousal trusts

SB 171 - Dixon - Modifies provisions relating to trust protectors and adds circumstances in which a no-contest clause in an irrevocable trust is not enforceable

SB 177 - Dixon - Makes offenders who owe court costs or restitution, or have not fulfilled certain other conditions, ineligible for early release for earned compliance credits

SB 178 - Dixon - Creates a process to determine whether criminal offenders are predatory sexual offenders and increases penalties against predatory, prior, and persistent sexual offenders

SB 180 - Nasheed - Limits the use of physical restraints on pregnant or postpartum offenders

SB 200 - Libla - Modifies provisions relating to expert witnesses

SB 204 - Sifton - Requires every individual who is 17 years or older and is arrested for a felony offense to provide a biological sample for DNA profiling

SB 213 - Rowden - Establishes requirements for certain settlement offers of tort claims which must be accepted within a specified period of time

SB 220 - Riddle - Provides that a person who is injured by a product has 10 years after the sale or lease of the product to bring a suit for damages

SB 221 - Riddle - Authorizes legal counsel for the Department of Mental Health to have standing in certain hearings involving a person unable to stand trial due to lack of mental fitness

SB 237 - Rowden - Modifies definitions of "employee" and "physician employee" as used in provisions relating to actions against health care providers for personal injury or death

SB 258 - Munzlinger - Modifies civil procedure for joinder, intervention, and venue in civil actions

SB 259 - Munzlinger - Amends Supreme Court Rule 52.12 to prohibit intervention in a tort action when jurisdiction and venue cannot be independently established

SB 260 - Munzlinger - Amends Supreme Court Rule 51.01 to require the independent establishment of venue and jurisdiction for joinder or intervention

SB 261 - Munzlinger - Amends Supreme Court Rule 52.05 to modify procedures for joinder in tort actions

SB 262 - Munzlinger - Modifies Supreme Court Rule 52.06 relating to the dismissal of a claim due to misjoinder where venue does not exist

SB 277 - Wieland - Repeals the death penalty

SB 288 - Nasheed - Allows the circuit court in St. Louis City to collect a fee not to exceed twenty dollars, rather than fifteen, to go toward the law library

SB 299 - Curls - Allows certain people to enter abandoned property to secure it, remove trash and graffiti, and maintain the grounds, and provides immunity from civil and criminal liability

SB 309 - Walsh - Modifies provisions of various retirement systems and allows single noncharter county judicial circuits to collect a court surcharge

SB 321 - Hegeman - Allows evidence of failure to wear a seatbelt for comparative negligence or to mitigate damages in actions for damages

SB 331 - Hegeman - Modifies provisions relating to the confiscation of animals

SB 341 - Nasheed - Modifies provisions relating to offenses involving prostitution when those offenses involve children or persons under the influence of an agent

SB 345 - Nasheed - Creates certain policies relating to police-worn cameras, funding, and stored data

SB 347 - Kraus - Establishes procedures for a claimant in an action for damages due to asbestos exposure to disclose additional claims the claimant has filed with an asbestos trust

SB 351 - Sifton - Increases penalties for the distribution of heroin

SB 352 - Sifton - Removes the statutes of limitations on civil actions and prosecutions involving offenses against children

SB 356 - Romine - Adds circumstances in which a no-contest clause in an irrevocable trust is not enforceable

SB 376 - Hoskins - Designates "Old Drum" as the historical dog of the state of Missouri and "Jim the Wonder Dog" as Missouri's wonder dog

SB 377 - Wallingford - Adds a rebuttable presumption that equal or approximately equal parenting time with each parent is in the best interests of the child

SB 383 - Eigel - Provides that defendants in tort actions shall only be held severally liable and not jointly

SB 390 - Emery - Authorizes an additional circuit judge for the 17th Judicial Circuit

SB 400 - Hegeman - Establishes a process for the parole of elderly offenders

SB 448 - Emery - Modifies provisions regarding insurance coverage of the cost to defend a claim in an administrative proceeding, proposed administrative rules affecting real property, and procedures for judicial review of action by a state agency

SB 465 - Emery - Modifies various provisions relating to guardianships and conservatorships

SB 475 - Schatz - Repeals the requirement for the Department of Transportation to participate in arbitration as a defendant at the request of the plaintiff in a tort claim

SB 484 - Koenig - Requires the judges of the twenty-second judicial circuit to appoint the sheriff of the City of St. Louis

SB 493 - Hegeman - Authorizes a health care decision-maker to make health care decisions for an incapacitated patient

SB 496 - Nasheed - Creates a procedure for creating and monitoring certificates of exemplary conduct and good moral character to certain criminal offenders

SB 497 - Nasheed - Requires courts to instruct defendants of certain consequences of a plea of guilty

SB 507 - Nasheed - Allows the sheriff of the City of St. Louis to appoint deputies and assistants without the approval of a majority of circuit court judges of the City of St. Louis

SB 512 - Dixon - Modifies various criminal offenses including assault, harassment, acceding to corruption, and driving while intoxicated and provides for a court surcharge in certain cases

SB 513 - Dixon - Modifies certain provisions relating to the testimony of victims and witnesses

SB 520 - Emery - Modifies provisions regarding the revenue collected from certain municipal ordinance violations and municipal court procedure

SB 524 - Koenig - Requires a defendant served after the expiration of the statute of limitations for a wrongful death or a medical negligence claim to be served within one hundred twenty days after a petition has been filed

SB 537 - Chappelle-Nadal - Requires courts to explain certain consequences of pleading guilty before such a plea may be accepted

SB 539 - Chappelle-Nadal - Creates a process by which courts may issue a certificate of exemplary conduct and good moral character to certain offenders

SJR 5 - Emery - Requires the Senate, beginning January 1, 2019, 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 6 - Emery - Delineates procedures a court must follow when assessing a claim that the government has enforced a law that limits a person's constitutional rights

SJR 11 - Hegeman - Provides that a nonpartisan judicial commission shall submit to the governor a list of names, rather than a list of three names, to fill a judicial vacancy in a court under the nonpartisan court plan

HB 50 - Roeber - Provides that Division Twelve of the Sixteenth Judicial Circuit shall sit at the City of Independence

HB 57 - Haefner - Modifies provisions relating to law enforcement

HB 95 - McGaugh - Modifies provisions relating to the collateral source rule and provides that parties may introduce evidence of the actual cost, rather than the value, of the medical care rendered

HB 144 - McGaugh - Authorizes a health care decision-maker to make health care decisions for an incapacitated patient, changes the fees for the retrieval of health care records, and allows the disclosure of such records to certain persons

HB 153 - Corlew - Modifies provisions relating to expert witnesses

HB 275 - Spencer - Enacts provisions relating to transportation regulations

HB 303 - Mathews - Creates the offense of filing false documents

HB 339 - DeGroot - Modifies provisions relating to settlement agreements in tort claims

HB 380 - Plocher - Modifies provisions relating to traffic violations, municipal judges, and court reporter fees

HB 384 - Anderson - Modifies provisions relating to the confiscation of animals

HB 460 - Kolkmeyer - Modifies provisions relating to civil procedure for joinder, intervention, and venue in civil actions

HB 461 - Kolkmeyer - Amends Supreme Court Rules 52.05 and 52.06 for the purpose of severing parties who are misjoined in a civil action

HB 462 - Kolkmeyer - Amends Supreme Court Rule 52.12 for the purpose of prohibiting a person from intervening in a tort action if jurisdiction and venue cannot be established independently

HB 573 - McGaugh - Establishes requirements for certain settlement offers of tort claims which must be accepted within a specified period of time

HB 743 - Conway - Modifies provisions relating to compensation for victims of crime

HCB 1 - McGaugh - Modifies various provisions regarding criminal offenses, the Attorney General, the Department of Revenue, child support and custody, trusts and estates, guardianships, judges, court surcharges, court reporter fees, and victim's of crime

Courts, Juvenile (3)

SB 40 - Wallingford - Requires children under the age of 18 to be prosecuted for most criminal offenses in juvenile courts unless the child is certified as an adult

SB 160 - Sater - Modifies provisions relating to child protection

SB 200 - Libla - Modifies provisions relating to expert witnesses

Credit and Bankruptcy (7)

SB 128 - Dixon - Modifies various provisions regarding criminal offenses, the Attorney General, the Department of Revenue, child support and custody, trusts and estates, guardianships, judges, court surcharges, court reporter fees, and victims of crime

SB 135 - Curls - Repeals provisions regarding nonjudicial foreclosure proceedings and requires all foreclosure proceedings to be handled judicially

SB 162 - Romine - Establishes the Consumer Legal Funding Model Act

SB 170 - Dixon - Modifies provisions regarding qualified spousal trusts

SB 299 - Curls - Allows certain people to enter abandoned property to secure it, remove trash and graffiti, and maintain the grounds, and provides immunity from civil and criminal liability

HB 422 - Cornejo - Adds an engagement ring, interest in a 401(k), and interest in any type of IRA to the list of exemptions in bankruptcy proceedings, and increases the value amount of property that may be exempt

HCB 1 - McGaugh - Modifies various provisions regarding criminal offenses, the Attorney General, the Department of Revenue, child support and custody, trusts and estates, guardianships, judges, court surcharges, court reporter fees, and victim's of crime

Crimes and Punishment (84)

SB 9 - Munzlinger - Allows those licensed by the Department of Agriculture to grow and handle industrial hemp

SB 22 - Chappelle-Nadal - Modifies provisions relating to contaminated homes

SB 24 - Chappelle-Nadal - Modifies provisions relating to racial profiling in policing

SB 34 - Cunningham - Modifies and creates new provisions relating to criminal offenses

SB 40 - Wallingford - Requires children under the age of 18 to be prosecuted for most criminal offenses in juvenile courts unless the child is certified as an adult

SB 46 - Libla - Modifies provisions relating to certain crimes against emergency service providers and creates the Blue Alert System

SB 53 - Nasheed - Requires higher education institutions to inform students and employees about affirmative consent to sexual activity

SB 56 - Holsman - Allows marijuana to be produced, distributed, and consumed for medicinal purposes

SB 62 - Hegeman - Modifies provisions regarding various pension systems and forfeiture of a pension benefit due to a felony conviction

SB 68 - Onder - Modifies provisions relating to victims of crime

SB 81 - Dixon - Repeals provisions stating that community service alternatives used by municipal courts must be offered at no cost to the defendant

SB 84 - Kraus - Restricts the use of cell site simulator devices

SB 89 - 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 99 - 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 101 - Cunningham - Increases penalties for knowingly allowing a minor to drink or possess alcohol or failing to stop a minor from drinking or possessing alcohol

SB 111 - Hegeman - Modifies various provisions regarding bonds issued by a political subdivision, qualifications for candidates of public office, limited liability companies who own property in certain cities, public administrators, and guardianships

SB 120 - Schaaf - Allows those licensed by the Department of Agriculture to grow and handle industrial hemp

SB 126 - Wasson - Allows certain offenses to be prosecuted in the county in which the victim resides or conducts business or where stolen property was located

SB 128 - Dixon - Modifies various provisions regarding criminal offenses, the Attorney General, the Department of Revenue, child support and custody, trusts and estates, guardianships, judges, court surcharges, court reporter fees, and victims of crime

SB 142 - Emery - Requires a person who has been found guilty of driving while intoxicated to complete a victim impact program approved by the court

SB 152 - Schupp - Modifies provisions relating to the sale of firearms by licensed dealers

SB 153 - Schaaf - Permits the use of medical marijuana for the treatment of certain impairments

SB 154 - Schaaf - Establishes and defines restorative justice conferences

SB 156 - Munzlinger - Modifies provisions relating to animals

SB 157 - Dixon - Adds language to jury instructions regarding lesser included offenses

SB 158 - Dixon - Modifies admissibility of chemical test results in intoxication-related proceedings for a certain time period

SB 163 - Romine - Prohibits two-way telecommunications devices and their component parts in correctional centers and jails

SB 164 - Romine - Modifies the crime of animal trespass

SB 165 - Schupp - Applies ban on using cell phones for text messaging while driving a motor vehicle to all drivers

SB 176 - Dixon - Defines official misconduct and creates penalties

SB 177 - Dixon - Makes offenders who owe court costs or restitution, or have not fulfilled certain other conditions, ineligible for early release for earned compliance credits

SB 178 - Dixon - Creates a process to determine whether criminal offenders are predatory sexual offenders and increases penalties against predatory, prior, and persistent sexual offenders

SB 180 - Nasheed - Limits the use of physical restraints on pregnant or postpartum offenders

SB 181 - Nasheed - Requires the reporting of lost or stolen firearms

SB 195 - Koenig - Establishes the Supporting and Strengthening Families Act relating to guardianships and modifies provisions regarding child abuse and neglect and foster care

SB 204 - Sifton - Requires every individual who is 17 years or older and is arrested for a felony offense to provide a biological sample for DNA profiling

SB 221 - Riddle - Authorizes legal counsel for the Department of Mental Health to have standing in certain hearings involving a person unable to stand trial due to lack of mental fitness

SB 241 - Schatz - Provides that any person convicted of poaching a turkey, white-tailed deer, black bear, or elk illegally may be required to provide restitution to the state

SB 246 - Kraus - Modifies provisions of the Net Metering and Easy Connection Act

SB 253 - Nasheed - Modifies the prohibition on certain use of electronic wireless communication devices while operating a motor vehicle

SB 256 - Sater - Designates "Law Enforcement Recognition Week"

SB 277 - Wieland - Repeals the death penalty

SB 287 - Nasheed - Creates a process for reducing bias in policing

SB 315 - Eigel - Requires in-person notice of most traffic violations, and prohibits automated traffic enforcement and fine collection

SB 318 - Sifton - Applies the offense of unlawful possession of firearms to certain additional categories of individuals in possession of firearms

SB 331 - Hegeman - Modifies provisions relating to the confiscation of animals

SB 332 - Hegeman - Modifies provisions relating to taxation

SB 341 - Nasheed - Modifies provisions relating to offenses involving prostitution when those offenses involve children or persons under the influence of an agent

SB 344 - Nasheed - Creates a procedure for the expungement of criminal records relating to prostitution

SB 345 - Nasheed - Creates certain policies relating to police-worn cameras, funding, and stored data

SB 351 - Sifton - Increases penalties for the distribution of heroin

SB 352 - Sifton - Removes the statutes of limitations on civil actions and prosecutions involving offenses against children

SB 400 - Hegeman - Establishes a process for the parole of elderly offenders

SB 414 - Riddle - Modifies several provisions relating to the administration of public safety

SB 436 - Curls - Provides a process for the Parole Board to review the case histories of offenders serving more than 25 years in prison and recommend clemency or allow release on parole

SB 470 - Cunningham - Creates new provisions relating to unclaimed property

SB 474 - Schatz - Specifies circumstances under which an employment variance may be granted to an ignition interlock device requirement

SB 496 - Nasheed - Creates a procedure for creating and monitoring certificates of exemplary conduct and good moral character to certain criminal offenders

SB 497 - Nasheed - Requires courts to instruct defendants of certain consequences of a plea of guilty

SB 499 - Onder - Defines the offense of driving with prohibited blood alcohol or drug content

SB 509 - Dixon - Sets a maximum of fourteen days of state reimbursement to county governments who hold certain prisoners who are not charged with dangerous felonies or murder

SB 510 - Dixon - Modifies provisions relating to operation of motor vehicles

SB 511 - Dixon - Creates domestic violence fatality review panels to investigate homicides involving domestic violence

SB 512 - Dixon - Modifies various criminal offenses including assault, harassment, acceding to corruption, and driving while intoxicated and provides for a court surcharge in certain cases

SB 513 - Dixon - Modifies certain provisions relating to the testimony of victims and witnesses

SB 519 - Emery - Limits the acquisition of land in Missouri by the U.S. Government and requires statutory authorization for such land acquisitions

SB 520 - Emery - Modifies provisions regarding the revenue collected from certain municipal ordinance violations and municipal court procedure

SB 537 - Chappelle-Nadal - Requires courts to explain certain consequences of pleading guilty before such a plea may be accepted

SB 539 - Chappelle-Nadal - Creates a process by which courts may issue a certificate of exemplary conduct and good moral character to certain offenders

HB 35 - Plocher - Modifies admissibility of chemical test results in intoxication related proceedings

HB 57 - Haefner - Modifies provisions relating to law enforcement

HB 170 - Curtman - Legalizes the growth of industrial hemp and creates a program for its licensure and monitoring

HB 207 - Fitzwater - Prohibits two-way telecommunications devices and their component parts in correctional centers and jails

HB 255 - Rhoads - Modifies provisions relating to ticket selling practices

HB 261 - Brown - Requires certain facilities to display a poster relating to human trafficking

HB 275 - Spencer - Enacts provisions relating to transportation regulations

HB 294 - Lynch - Provides certain immunities for persons seeking medical assistance for a drug or alcohol overdose

HB 303 - Mathews - Creates the offense of filing false documents

HB 380 - Plocher - Modifies provisions relating to traffic violations, municipal judges, and court reporter fees

HB 384 - Anderson - Modifies provisions relating to the confiscation of animals

HB 576 - McCaherty - Enacts provisions relating to the operation of motorcycles and motortricycles

HB 697 - Trent - Modifies the law regarding the Amber Alert System and establishes Hailey's Law

HB 743 - Conway - Modifies provisions relating to compensation for victims of crime

HCB 1 - McGaugh - Modifies various provisions regarding criminal offenses, the Attorney General, the Department of Revenue, child support and custody, trusts and estates, guardianships, judges, court surcharges, court reporter fees, and victim's of crime

Criminal Procedure (27)

SB 47 - Libla - Allows legally required notice to be published on a website to be established and maintained by the Secretary of State

SB 81 - Dixon - Repeals provisions stating that community service alternatives used by municipal courts must be offered at no cost to the defendant

SB 83 - Dixon - Allows any single noncharter county judicial circuit to collect a court surcharge to be used towards the construction and maintenance of judicial facilities

SB 99 - 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 128 - Dixon - Modifies various provisions regarding criminal offenses, the Attorney General, the Department of Revenue, child support and custody, trusts and estates, guardianships, judges, court surcharges, court reporter fees, and victims of crime

SB 157 - Dixon - Adds language to jury instructions regarding lesser included offenses

SB 158 - Dixon - Modifies admissibility of chemical test results in intoxication-related proceedings for a certain time period

SB 169 - Dixon - Modifies provisions relating to court reporter fees for the preparation of transcripts

SB 180 - Nasheed - Limits the use of physical restraints on pregnant or postpartum offenders

SB 195 - Koenig - Establishes the Supporting and Strengthening Families Act relating to guardianships and modifies provisions regarding child abuse and neglect and foster care

SB 196 - Koenig - Grants the Attorney General concurrent original jurisdiction to enforce the state's abortion laws

SB 200 - Libla - Modifies provisions relating to expert witnesses

SB 221 - Riddle - Authorizes legal counsel for the Department of Mental Health to have standing in certain hearings involving a person unable to stand trial due to lack of mental fitness

SB 309 - Walsh - Modifies provisions of various retirement systems and allows single noncharter county judicial circuits to collect a court surcharge

SB 315 - Eigel - Requires in-person notice of most traffic violations, and prohibits automated traffic enforcement and fine collection

SB 345 - Nasheed - Creates certain policies relating to police-worn cameras, funding, and stored data

SB 352 - Sifton - Removes the statutes of limitations on civil actions and prosecutions involving offenses against children

SB 422 - Cunningham - Modifies provisions relating to residential mortgage loan brokers

SB 512 - Dixon - Modifies various criminal offenses including assault, harassment, acceding to corruption, and driving while intoxicated and provides for a court surcharge in certain cases

SB 513 - Dixon - Modifies certain provisions relating to the testimony of victims and witnesses

SB 520 - Emery - Modifies provisions regarding the revenue collected from certain municipal ordinance violations and municipal court procedure

HB 35 - Plocher - Modifies admissibility of chemical test results in intoxication related proceedings

HB 95 - McGaugh - Modifies provisions relating to the collateral source rule and provides that parties may introduce evidence of the actual cost, rather than the value, of the medical care rendered

HB 294 - Lynch - Provides certain immunities for persons seeking medical assistance for a drug or alcohol overdose

HB 302 - Hill - Modifies provisions relating to emergency responders

HB 380 - Plocher - Modifies provisions relating to traffic violations, municipal judges, and court reporter fees

HCB 1 - McGaugh - Modifies various provisions regarding criminal offenses, the Attorney General, the Department of Revenue, child support and custody, trusts and estates, guardianships, judges, court surcharges, court reporter fees, and victim's of crime

Dentists (10)

SB 50 - Walsh - Modifies several provisions relating to health care

SB 72 - Schaaf - Provides that certain health care providers may have their professional licenses disciplined for failure to follow the CDC Guideline for Prescribing Opioids

SB 125 - Wasson - Modifies provisions relating to the regulation of certain professions

SB 193 - Wallingford - Requires health insurers to update their electronic and paper dental services provider materials available to plan members and potential members

SB 353 - Wallingford - Specifies that royalty payments to a dental franchisor by a licensee of the Dental Board operating a franchised dental office is not unlawful

SB 388 - Curls - Allows the Missouri Dental Board to create and issue dental faculty permits

SB 410 - Schatz - Permits hospitals to employ dentists, oral and maxillofacial surgeons, and maxillofacial prosthodontists to treat certain patient conditions

SB 501 - Sater - Modifies provisions relating to health care

HB 813 - Basye - Modifies provisions relating to the regulation of certain professions

HB 815 - Basye - Modifies provisions relating to the regulation of certain professions

Disabilities (24)

SB 51 - Walsh - Establishes a language assessment program for children who are deaf or hard of hearing from birth through the age of eight

SB 139 - Sater - Modifies provisions relating to health care

SB 203 - Sifton - Creates the MO HealthNet Buy-In for Workers with Disabilities program

SB 287 - Nasheed - Creates a process for reducing bias in policing

SB 334 - Sater - Modifies provisions relating to public health and insurance

SB 335 - Hoskins - Modifies the definition of a service dog

SB 338 - Schupp - Bars discrimination based on sexual orientation or gender identity

SB 363 - Chappelle-Nadal - Modifies provisions relating to long-term care facilities

SB 373 - Curls - Modifies provisions of law relating to the elderly

SB 374 - Hummel - Modifies the penalties for any person whose animal chases, harasses, or otherwise prevents a service dog from carrying out its duties

SB 387 - Curls - Modifies provisions of law relating to long-term care certificates of need

SB 423 - Sater - Removes the termination date for the MO Rx Prescription Drug Program

SB 437 - Holsman - Modifies provisions of law relating to voting machines for persons who are blind or visually-impaired

SB 439 - Riddle - Provides that certain applicants need only furnish proof of their disability one time to receive or renew a disabled veteran license plate bearing a wheelchair accessibility symbol

SB 456 - Rowden - Enacts provisions relating to health care for individuals with physical, cognitive, emotional, mental, or developmental disabilities

SB 477 - Riddle - Modifies the Statewide Telecommunications Equipment Distribution Program to provide financial assistance for hearing aids as well as support service providers for deaf-blind children and adults

SB 526 - Brown - Modifies provisions relating to consumer-directed services in the MO HealthNet program

SRM 1 - Wallingford - Remonstrates against the $2.5 million reduction in state funding for Centers for Independent Living

SCR 17 - Curls - Urges a commitment to equal rights for people with cognitive disabilities to access technology and information

SCR 20 - Rizzo - Reaffirms support for Missouri's sheltered workshops

SR 305 - Rowden - Reaffirms support for Missouri sheltered workshops

HB 262 - Sommer - Modifies the definition of a service dog

HCB 3 - Fitzpatrick - Modifies provisions relating to funds for vulnerable senior citizens

HCR 28 - Rowland - Reaffirms Missouri's support of the services of the sheltered workshops of our state

Domestic Relations (10)

SB 99 - 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 128 - Dixon - Modifies various provisions regarding criminal offenses, the Attorney General, the Department of Revenue, child support and custody, trusts and estates, guardianships, judges, court surcharges, court reporter fees, and victims of crime

SB 195 - Koenig - Establishes the Supporting and Strengthening Families Act relating to guardianships and modifies provisions regarding child abuse and neglect and foster care

SB 268 - Schupp - Creates a right to unpaid leave for employees that are affected by domestic violence

SB 289 - Nasheed - Allows tenants to terminate their lease or change the locks on the premises in certain situations of domestic violence, stalking, or sexual assault

SB 411 - Schatz - Authorizes the addition of Franklin County to the interstate compact creating the Bi-State Metropolitan Development District

SB 432 - Koenig - Modifies provisions of law relating to custody of in vitro human embryos

SB 511 - Dixon - Creates domestic violence fatality review panels to investigate homicides involving domestic violence

SB 512 - Dixon - Modifies various criminal offenses including assault, harassment, acceding to corruption, and driving while intoxicated and provides for a court surcharge in certain cases

HB 270 - Evans - Modifies the law regarding the age of individuals entering a marriage

Drugs and Controlled Substances (25)

SB 9 - Munzlinger - Allows those licensed by the Department of Agriculture to grow and handle industrial hemp

SB 42 - Wallingford - Enacts provisions relating to advanced practice registered nurses

SB 56 - Holsman - Allows marijuana to be produced, distributed, and consumed for medicinal purposes

SB 72 - Schaaf - Provides that certain health care providers may have their professional licenses disciplined for failure to follow the CDC Guideline for Prescribing Opioids

SB 74 - Schaaf - Establishes a Prescription Drug Monitoring Act

SB 120 - Schaaf - Allows those licensed by the Department of Agriculture to grow and handle industrial hemp

SB 128 - Dixon - Modifies various provisions regarding criminal offenses, the Attorney General, the Department of Revenue, child support and custody, trusts and estates, guardianships, judges, court surcharges, court reporter fees, and victims of crime

SB 139 - Sater - Modifies provisions relating to health care

SB 153 - Schaaf - Permits the use of medical marijuana for the treatment of certain impairments

SB 231 - Schatz - Establishes the Narcotics Control Act

SB 312 - Wasson - Modifies a provision relating to maintenance medication filled by pharmacists

SB 314 - Schatz - Establishes the Narcotics Control Act

SB 340 - Schupp - Establishes the Narcotics Control Act

SB 351 - Sifton - Increases penalties for the distribution of heroin

SB 371 - Schaaf - Permits the use of hemp oil for the treatment of certain impairments

SB 433 - Sater - Modifies and creates provisions relating to the MO HealthNet pharmacy program

SB 499 - Onder - Defines the offense of driving with prohibited blood alcohol or drug content

SB 501 - Sater - Modifies provisions relating to health care

SB 512 - Dixon - Modifies various criminal offenses including assault, harassment, acceding to corruption, and driving while intoxicated and provides for a court surcharge in certain cases

SB 516 - Munzlinger - Makes a technical change to the law relating to controlled substance schedules

SB 533 - Eigel - Modifies a provision relating to maintenance medication filled by pharmacists

HB 90 - Rehder - Establishes the Narcotics Control Act

HB 170 - Curtman - Legalizes the growth of industrial hemp and creates a program for its licensure and monitoring

HB 219 - Hill - Modifies provisions relating to diversionary courts and private probation services

HB 294 - Lynch - Provides certain immunities for persons seeking medical assistance for a drug or alcohol overdose

Drunk Driving/Boating (7)

SB 128 - Dixon - Modifies various provisions regarding criminal offenses, the Attorney General, the Department of Revenue, child support and custody, trusts and estates, guardianships, judges, court surcharges, court reporter fees, and victims of crime

SB 225 - Schatz - Modifies provisions relating to transportation

SB 474 - Schatz - Specifies circumstances under which an employment variance may be granted to an ignition interlock device requirement

SB 499 - Onder - Defines the offense of driving with prohibited blood alcohol or drug content

SB 512 - Dixon - Modifies various criminal offenses including assault, harassment, acceding to corruption, and driving while intoxicated and provides for a court surcharge in certain cases

HB 35 - Plocher - Modifies admissibility of chemical test results in intoxication related proceedings

HB 256 - Rhoads - Removes restrictions on when amber or white lights may be used on motor vehicles and equipment performing work for the department of transportation

Easements and Conveyances (8)

SB 148 - Romine - Expands the authority of the Governor to convey easements without the approval of the General Assembly and expands the rights granted by the easements

SB 250 - Kehoe - Exempts from property tax land that is an out-of-service rail corridor being used as a trail under federal law

SB 398 - Romine - Enacts provisions relating to homeowners' associations

SB 421 - Rizzo - Modifies provisions relating to the conveyance of state property

SB 486 - Kehoe - Authorizes the conveyance of a certain state property located in Cole County to the City of Jefferson

SB 488 - Kehoe - Modifies provisions relating to the conveyance of state property

HB 647 - Fitzpatrick - Enacts provisions relating to county roads

HB 956 - Kidd - Authorizes the conveyance of certain state properties to certain municipalities

Economic Development (23)

SB 10 - Wasson - Modifies the Missouri Works and Missouri Works Training programs

SB 78 - Wasson - Establishes the Missouri Angel Investment Incentive Act

SB 79 - Wasson - Creates the Show Me Rural Jobs Act

SB 118 - Schaaf - Voids any authority for the Missouri Development Finance Board to expend public moneys

SB 121 - Munzlinger - Creates the Manufacturing Infrastructure Investment Act

SB 190 - Emery - Modifies provisions relating to ratemaking for public utilities

SB 199 - Wasson - Exempts certain projects from the Tax Increment Allocation Redevelopment Act annual appropriation cap

SB 214 - Emery - Modifies provisions relating to ratemaking for public utilities

SB 242 - Emery - Establishes the Rate Case Modernization Act

SB 273 - Wasson - Allows municipalities to enter into loan agreements, or sell, lease, or mortgage municipal property for a technology business facility project

SB 278 - Emery - Requires that the comprehensive state energy plan be reviewed by the Division of Energy by January 1, 2019, and biennially thereafter, and updated if necessary

SB 302 - Wieland - Modifies provisions relating to certain local districts

SB 349 - Wasson - Modifies the Missouri Works program

SB 372 - Hegeman - Repeals a number of state administrative entities and transfers the duties of certain such entities to other existing administrative boards or commissions

SB 411 - Schatz - Authorizes the addition of Franklin County to the interstate compact creating the Bi-State Metropolitan Development District

SB 469 - Schatz - Allows for an appropriation to cooperate with political subdivisions on land clearance projects related to tourism infrastructure facilities

SCR 7 - Hoskins - Expresses support for the people of Israel

SCR 19 - Emery - Establishes the Task Force on Retail Electric Competition and the Restructuring of the Electric Utility Industry

HB 93 - Lauer - Modifies several provisions relating to job training

HB 661 - Bondon - Modifies provisions relating to energy

HB 680 - Fitzwater - Modifies provisions relating to financial incentives for job creation

HB 811 - Ruth - Allows a port authority to establish an advanced industrial manufacturing zone in an area within the port authority's ownership or control, and allows a port authority to expand or contract the area of an AIM zone by resolution

HCB 4 - Lauer - Modifies provisions relating to workforce development

Economic Development, Department of (13)

SB 10 - Wasson - Modifies the Missouri Works and Missouri Works Training programs

SB 44 - Romine - Enacts certain provisions relating to career and technical education

SB 79 - Wasson - Creates the Show Me Rural Jobs Act

SB 121 - Munzlinger - Creates the Manufacturing Infrastructure Investment Act

SB 278 - Emery - Requires that the comprehensive state energy plan be reviewed by the Division of Energy by January 1, 2019, and biennially thereafter, and updated if necessary

SB 349 - Wasson - Modifies the Missouri Works program

SCR 7 - Hoskins - Expresses support for the people of Israel

HB 93 - Lauer - Modifies several provisions relating to job training

HB 340 - Fitzwater - Modifies provisions relating to the regulation of utilities

HB 661 - Bondon - Modifies provisions relating to energy

HB 680 - Fitzwater - Modifies provisions relating to financial incentives for job creation

HCR 12 - Grier - Expresses support for the people of Israel

HCR 47 - Corlew - Establishes the 21st Century Missouri Transportation System Task Force

Education, Elementary and Secondary (67)

SB 23 - Chappelle-Nadal - Modifies several provisions relating to elementary and secondary education

SB 32 - Emery - Establishes the Missouri Empowerment Scholarship Accounts Program

SB 33 - Emery - Requires the State Board of Education to develop a simplified annual school report card for each school attendance center

SB 44 - Romine - Enacts certain provisions relating to career and technical education

SB 51 - Walsh - Establishes a language assessment program for children who are deaf or hard of hearing from birth through the age of eight

SB 58 - Sifton - Modifies several provisions relating to elementary and secondary education

SB 63 - Hegeman - Provides that each school district may rely on technical coursework and skills assessments developed for industry-recognized certificates and credentials when establishing career and technical education offerings

SB 93 - Curls - Modifies the length of terms of office for certain members of the Kansas City Public School board of directors to ensure terms are staggered

SB 98 - Emery - Requires that all school restrooms, locker rooms, and shower rooms accessible for use by multiple students shall be designated for and use by male or female students only

SB 106 - Romine - Creates the Access Missouri Dual Enrollment Program and the Missouri Dual Enrollment Scholarship Act

SB 107 - Romine - Subject to appropriations, requires the Department of Elementary and Secondary Education to subsidize the exam fee for first-time takers of the high school equivalency degree exam

SB 122 - Munzlinger - Creates new provisions relating to the Missouri Accountability Portal

SB 127 - Dixon - Allows Greene County and any city within the county to propose a sales tax for the purpose of early childhood education programs

SB 133 - Chappelle-Nadal - Creates new subdistricts in certain school districts

SB 173 - Schaaf - Requires schools and school district to provide home school students the opportunity to participate in extracurricular activities

SB 206 - Sifton - Modifies the requirements for school anti-bullying policies

SB 219 - Nasheed - Creates the Missouri Care Counts Program to provide funding to school districts and public charter schools in St. Louis to purchase washing machines and dryers

SB 238 - Onder - Modifies provisions relating to virtual education

SB 241 - Schatz - Provides that any person convicted of poaching a turkey, white-tailed deer, black bear, or elk illegally may be required to provide restitution to the state

SB 249 - Kehoe - Authorizes the Gasconade R-II school district, which crosses county boundaries, to use the county that yields the highest dollar value modifier under the school foundation formula

SB 255 - 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 264 - Dixon - Allows Greene County and any city within the county to propose a sales tax for the purpose of early childhood education programs

SB 272 - Wasson - Modifies school districts' local effort figures

SB 300 - Sater - Modifies provisions relating to elementary and secondary education

SB 306 - Hegeman - Authorizes the treasurer of a seven-director school district to use one or more sureties when entering into a bond to the state

SB 313 - Koenig - Modifies provisions relating to elementary and secondary education

SB 327 - Romine - Modifies provisions relating to course access in education

SB 360 - Hoskins - Modifies provisions relating to virtual public schools

SB 362 - Hummel - Requires a student to receive instruction in Braille reading and writing as part of his or her individualized education plan unless instruction in Braille is determined not appropriate for the child

SB 369 - Rowden - Modifies provisions relating to school bus drivers

SB 378 - Wallingford - Modifies provisions relating to early childhood education

SB 401 - Rowden - Authorizes the granting of a visiting scholars certificate to teachers in public schools

SB 406 - Wasson - Requires the creation of adult high schools

SB 428 - Eigel - Authorizes charter schools to be operated in any school district of the state

SB 434 - Sater - Modifies provisions relating to elementary and secondary education

SB 464 - Emery - Modifies provisions relating to the Early Childhood Special Education Program

SB 476 - Schatz - Modifies the process by which travel hardships are granted to public school pupils

SB 478 - Silvey - Modifies provisions relating to educational institutions

SB 485 - Hoskins - Excludes funds designated by taxpayers in an urban district as early childhood education funds from the local tax revenue calculation used to provide funding to charter schools that declared themselves as a local education agency

SB 491 - Silvey - Allows high school students to fulfill one unit of academic credit with a computer science course for any required science unit

SB 498 - Nasheed - Establishes a partnership between the St. Louis school district, the city of St. Louis, and nonprofit organizations to allow students who are picked up by a law enforcement officer or safety officer for being absent from school to be taken to the nonprofit organization

SB 500 - Emery - Provides that a statewide athletic association shall not prohibit a home school student from participating in any event or activity offered by a public school in the school district in which the student resides

SB 522 - Sifton - Requires school buses to be equipped with safety belts

SB 534 - Eigel - Establishes an opt-out procedure for student participation in statewide assessments

SCR 6 - Walsh - Urges the Department of Higher Education and Department of Health and Senior Services to encourage the dissemination of information about meningococcal disease and its vaccines

SJR 15 - Rizzo - Requires the legislature to appropriate all funds to which public school districts are entitled under the funding formula established by law

HB 93 - Lauer - Modifies several provisions relating to job training

HB 94 - Lauer - Allows students to take the ACT WorkKeys assessments instead of the ACT Plus Writing assessment

HB 97 - Swan - Authorizes the granting of a visiting scholars certificate to teachers in public schools

HB 118 - Wood - Modifies several provisions relating to elementary and secondary education

HB 138 - Spencer - Modifies provisions relating to course access in education

HB 248 - Fitzwater - Establishes the STEM Career Awareness Program

HB 253 - Swan - Enacts certain provisions relating to career and technical education

HB 258 - Pfautsch - Creates new provisions relating to the accountability of public funds

HB 324 - Neely - Provides that no school board shall suspend a pupil out of school for an act or acts of truancy

HB 353 - Eggleston - Modifies provisions relating to elections

HB 441 - Corlew - Establishes the Cronkite New Voices Act

HB 469 - Gannon - Modifies provisions relating to high school graduation requirements

HB 587 - Redmon - Modifies provisions relating to governing bodies of schools districts

HB 599 - Hansen - Modifies the A+ Schools Program by removing the requirement that the student's attendance of public high school occur in the three years immediately prior to graduation

HB 634 - Roeber - Changes provisions related to charter schools

HB 662 - Rone - Allows the Department of Agriculture to assess civil penalties for the use of a herbicide for a crop for which the herbicide was not labeled for use

HB 670 - Sommer - Requires any district with a state-approved gifted education program to have a process that allows parents or guardians to appeal a determination that their child does not qualify for gifted services

HB 680 - Fitzwater - Modifies provisions relating to financial incentives for job creation

HCB 4 - Lauer - Modifies provisions relating to workforce development

HCB 5 - Lauer - Requires school districts to offer a course on computer programming to high school students

HCR 17 - Hubrecht - Urges the Department of Higher Education and Department of Health and Senior Services to encourage the dissemination of information about meningococcal disease and its vaccines

Education, Higher (30)

SB 7 - Munzlinger - Creates programs for beginning farmers

SB 32 - Emery - Establishes the Missouri Empowerment Scholarship Accounts Program

SB 52 - Nasheed - Creates several provisions relating to suicide awareness and prevention

SB 53 - Nasheed - Requires higher education institutions to inform students and employees about affirmative consent to sexual activity

SB 62 - Hegeman - Modifies provisions regarding various pension systems and forfeiture of a pension benefit due to a felony conviction

SB 120 - Schaaf - Allows those licensed by the Department of Agriculture to grow and handle industrial hemp

SB 122 - Munzlinger - Creates new provisions relating to the Missouri Accountability Portal

SB 188 - Munzlinger - Allows students enrolled in virtual institutions to participate in the Access Missouri Financial Assistance Program

SB 313 - Koenig - Modifies provisions relating to elementary and secondary education

SB 316 - Rowden - Creates new provisions relating to password protection

SB 328 - Romine - Modifies provisions relating to higher education

SB 355 - Romine - Enacts provisions relating to higher education

SB 388 - Curls - Allows the Missouri Dental Board to create and issue dental faculty permits

SB 402 - Wieland - Allows any taxpayer of the state of Missouri to initiate an action pursuant to grievance procedures at any state college or university in the state of Missouri

SB 431 - Emery - Creates the "Academic Freedom and Whistleblower Act"

SB 440 - Brown - Extends the expiration date for equipment grants for engineering programs at the University of Missouri

SB 471 - Hummel - Modifies the Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics Fund

SCR 6 - Walsh - Urges the Department of Higher Education and Department of Health and Senior Services to encourage the dissemination of information about meningococcal disease and its vaccines

HB 121 - Frederick - Modifies the Health Professional Student Loan and Loan Repayment Program regarding primary care physicians

HB 190 - Conway - Allows community college police officers to establish regulations to control vehicular traffic on any thoroughfare owned or maintained by the college

HB 411 - Lichtenegger - Allows students enrolled in virtual institutions to participate in the Access Missouri Financial Assistance Program

HB 441 - Corlew - Establishes the Cronkite New Voices Act

HB 569 - Frederick - Establishes the Show-Me Compassionate Medical Education Day and authorizes a multicenter study into the root causes of depression among medical students

HB 599 - Hansen - Modifies the A+ Schools Program by removing the requirement that the student's attendance of public high school occur in the three years immediately prior to graduation

HB 758 - Cookson - Modifies provisions relating to higher education

HB 805 - Basye - Modifies provisions relating to combat decoration license plate recognition

HB 831 - Baringer - Modifies provisions relating to public retirement

HB 886 - Black - Changes the employer contribution for the College and University Retirement Plan and requires employees to contribute to the plan

HCR 17 - Hubrecht - Urges the Department of Higher Education and Department of Health and Senior Services to encourage the dissemination of information about meningococcal disease and its vaccines

HCR 19 - Shull - Authorizes the issuance of public bonds for half of the financing of a new conservatory building at UMKC

Elderly (14)

SB 50 - Walsh - Modifies several provisions relating to health care

SB 103 - Wallingford - Requires elder abuse investigators to provide specified written materials to alleged perpetrators

SB 104 - Wallingford - Modifies procedures in guardianship and conservator proceedings for incapacitated or disabled persons

SB 139 - Sater - Modifies provisions relating to health care

SB 192 - Wallingford - Establishes the Senior Services Growth and Development Program

SB 301 - Wallingford - Modifies mandated reporting requirements for sexual assault victims in long-term care facilities

SB 334 - Sater - Modifies provisions relating to public health and insurance

SB 363 - Chappelle-Nadal - Modifies provisions relating to long-term care facilities

SB 373 - Curls - Modifies provisions of law relating to the elderly

SB 387 - Curls - Modifies provisions of law relating to long-term care certificates of need

SB 423 - Sater - Removes the termination date for the MO Rx Prescription Drug Program

SB 526 - Brown - Modifies provisions relating to consumer-directed services in the MO HealthNet program

HB 327 - Morris - Establishes the Missouri Senior Farmers' Market Nutrition Program

HCB 3 - Fitzpatrick - Modifies provisions relating to funds for vulnerable senior citizens

Elections (26)

SB 48 - Libla - WITHDRAWN

SB 75 - Munzlinger - Modifies provisions relating to vacancies in county elected offices

SB 111 - Hegeman - Modifies various provisions regarding bonds issued by a political subdivision, qualifications for candidates of public office, limited liability companies who own property in certain cities, public administrators, and guardianships

SB 114 - Schatz - Modifies provisions relating to political subdivisions

SB 133 - Chappelle-Nadal - Creates new subdistricts in certain school districts

SB 134 - Chappelle-Nadal - Enacts various provisions relating to political subdivisions

SB 140 - Sater - Creates new provisions relating to ranked-choice voting

SB 167 - Schaaf - Modifies provisions of law relating to the right of suffrage for former felons

SB 207 - Sifton - Allows emergency workers to request, receive and submit absentee ballots

SB 208 - Sifton - Modifies class one election offenses

SB 281 - Hegeman - Requires board members of public water supply districts to complete training in each elected or appointed term of office

SB 283 - Hegeman - Enacts provisions relating to political subdivisions

SB 339 - Schupp - Modifies the provisions of law relating to campaign finance

SB 389 - Sater - Modifies provisions relating to initiative petitions

SB 437 - Holsman - Modifies provisions of law relating to voting machines for persons who are blind or visually-impaired

SB 529 - Hegeman - WITHDRAWN

SCR 9 - Holsman - Calls for an Article V Convention for the purpose of regulating elections

SJR 4 - Chappelle-Nadal - Requires the question of whether to recall the county executive to be submitted to voters in St. Louis County

SJR 14 - Kraus - Enacts term limits for all statewide elected officials

SJR 16 - Munzlinger - Amends the Constitution to require that the sales tax dedicated to conservation purposes be resubmitted to the voters for approval every 10 years

HB 52 - Andrews - Modifies provisions relating to special road district commissioner elections

HB 54 - Muntzel - Modifies provisions relating to vacancies in certain elected offices

HB 151 - Corlew - Allows the Department of Revenue to issue REAL ID compliant driver's licenses and identification cards

HB 247 - Alferman - Modifies provisions relating to voter approval for municipally-offered services

HB 353 - Eggleston - Modifies provisions relating to elections

HB 610 - Justus - Modifies the membership of the Taney County 911 board

Elementary and Secondary Education, Department of (36)

SB 23 - Chappelle-Nadal - Modifies several provisions relating to elementary and secondary education

SB 58 - Sifton - Modifies several provisions relating to elementary and secondary education

SB 107 - Romine - Subject to appropriations, requires the Department of Elementary and Secondary Education to subsidize the exam fee for first-time takers of the high school equivalency degree exam

SB 122 - Munzlinger - Creates new provisions relating to the Missouri Accountability Portal

SB 219 - Nasheed - Creates the Missouri Care Counts Program to provide funding to school districts and public charter schools in St. Louis to purchase washing machines and dryers

SB 238 - Onder - Modifies provisions relating to virtual education

SB 249 - Kehoe - Authorizes the Gasconade R-II school district, which crosses county boundaries, to use the county that yields the highest dollar value modifier under the school foundation formula

SB 255 - 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 272 - Wasson - Modifies school districts' local effort figures

SB 300 - Sater - Modifies provisions relating to elementary and secondary education

SB 313 - Koenig - Modifies provisions relating to elementary and secondary education

SB 327 - Romine - Modifies provisions relating to course access in education

SB 360 - Hoskins - Modifies provisions relating to virtual public schools

SB 362 - Hummel - Requires a student to receive instruction in Braille reading and writing as part of his or her individualized education plan unless instruction in Braille is determined not appropriate for the child

SB 369 - Rowden - Modifies provisions relating to school bus drivers

SB 378 - Wallingford - Modifies provisions relating to early childhood education

SB 401 - Rowden - Authorizes the granting of a visiting scholars certificate to teachers in public schools

SB 406 - Wasson - Requires the creation of adult high schools

SB 428 - Eigel - Authorizes charter schools to be operated in any school district of the state

SB 434 - Sater - Modifies provisions relating to elementary and secondary education

SB 464 - Emery - Modifies provisions relating to the Early Childhood Special Education Program

SB 476 - Schatz - Modifies the process by which travel hardships are granted to public school pupils

SB 478 - Silvey - Modifies provisions relating to educational institutions

SB 485 - Hoskins - Excludes funds designated by taxpayers in an urban district as early childhood education funds from the local tax revenue calculation used to provide funding to charter schools that declared themselves as a local education agency

SB 491 - Silvey - Allows high school students to fulfill one unit of academic credit with a computer science course for any required science unit

SB 534 - Eigel - Establishes an opt-out procedure for student participation in statewide assessments

HB 94 - Lauer - Allows students to take the ACT WorkKeys assessments instead of the ACT Plus Writing assessment

HB 118 - Wood - Modifies several provisions relating to elementary and secondary education

HB 138 - Spencer - Modifies provisions relating to course access in education

HB 248 - Fitzwater - Establishes the STEM Career Awareness Program

HB 253 - Swan - Enacts certain provisions relating to career and technical education

HB 258 - Pfautsch - Creates new provisions relating to the accountability of public funds

HB 469 - Gannon - Modifies provisions relating to high school graduation requirements

HB 631 - Redmon - Modifies medical endorsement requirements for school bus drivers

HCB 4 - Lauer - Modifies provisions relating to workforce development

HCB 5 - Lauer - Requires school districts to offer a course on computer programming to high school students

Emblems (2)

SB 376 - Hoskins - Designates "Old Drum" as the historical dog of the state of Missouri and "Jim the Wonder Dog" as Missouri's wonder dog

HCR 32 - Francis - Designates August 21, 2017, as "Total Eclipse Day" in the state of Missouri

Emergencies (31)

SB 8 - Munzlinger - Enacts provisions relating to transportation

SB 46 - Libla - Modifies provisions relating to certain crimes against emergency service providers and creates the Blue Alert System

SB 61 - Hegeman - Modifies provisions regulating the use of flashing lights by certain stationary vehicles on roads

SB 124 - Wasson - Modifies provisions relating to political subdivisions

SB 187 - Hegeman - Adds stationary utility vehicles to the list of vehicles requiring drivers of motor vehicles to proceed with caution upon approach

SB 207 - Sifton - Allows emergency workers to request, receive and submit absentee ballots

SB 211 - Wasson - Creates the Office of Resilience and Recovery within the Office of Administration

SB 225 - Schatz - Modifies provisions relating to transportation

SB 233 - Wallingford - Creates and modifies certain laws relating to emergency communication services

SB 235 - Eigel - Creates a process for selecting a single service provider for ambulance services in certain home rule cities

SB 319 - Hummel - Provides that the governing body of the City of St. Louis will administer the provision of sales taxes for emergency services

SB 385 - Rowden - Prohibits peer support specialists from disclosing sensitive information in most circumstances

SB 403 - Wieland - Modifies Universal Service Fund eligibility requirements for wireless telecommunications providers providing lifeline service

SB 405 - Hegeman - Modifies provisions relating to public safety

SB 417 - Chappelle-Nadal - Creates the Missouri Radon Awareness Act

SB 418 - Hegeman - Modifies certain provisions relating to emergency medical services

SB 438 - Holsman - Designates the month of February as “Earthquake Awareness Month”

SB 495 - Riddle - Modifies provisions relating to trauma, STEMI, and stroke centers and medical emergencies

SB 503 - Munzlinger - Requires the Committee for 911 Oversight to designate a state 911 coordinator

SB 515 - Munzlinger - Extends the period during which an annual fee shall be collected from businesses dealing in petroleum products

SCR 5 - Romine - Urges the City of DeSoto and Jefferson County to establish a Joachim Creek Joint Task Force

HB 57 - Haefner - Modifies provisions relating to law enforcement

HB 85 - Redmon - Adds utility vehicles to the list of vehicles covered under the "Move Over Law"

HB 294 - Lynch - Provides certain immunities for persons seeking medical assistance for a drug or alcohol overdose

HB 302 - Hill - Modifies provisions relating to emergency responders

HB 334 - Lauer - Creates and modifies certain laws relating to emergency communication services

HB 586 - Rhoads - Prohibits peer support specialists from disclosing any confidential communication properly entrusted to the counselor by law enforcement and emergency personnel while receiving counseling

HB 610 - Justus - Modifies the membership of the Taney County 911 board

HB 645 - Phillips - Allows retired police officers to return to work when a disaster or emergency has been proclaimed by the governor or there is a national disaster

HB 1009 - Lauer - Requires the Committee for 911 Oversight to designate a State 911 Coordinator

HCR 9 - Gannon - Urges the City of DeSoto and Jefferson County to establish a Joachim Creek Joint Task Force

Employees - Employers (46)

SB 19 - Brown - Creates new provisions of law relating to labor organizations

SB 20 - Brown - Repeals the law pertaining to prevailing wage

SB 21 - Brown - Creates new provisions of law relating to labor organizations

SB 29 - Sater - Modifies the law relating to prevailing wage

SB 43 - Romine - Modifies the law relating to unlawful discrimination

SB 45 - Romine - Modifies laws regarding arbitration agreements between employers and at-will employees

SB 54 - Nasheed - Creates new provisions of law relating to leave from employment

SB 66 - Schatz - Modifies provisions of law relating to workers' compensation

SB 69 - Schupp - Creates new provisions of law relating to leave from employment

SB 87 - Brown - Modifies the law relating to collective bargaining representatives

SB 91 - Chappelle-Nadal - Modifies the minimum wage laws

SB 108 - Romine - Grants reemployment rights to members of the military

SB 150 - Schupp - Modifies provisions of law relating to wages paid to employees

SB 168 - Schaaf - Modifies provisions relating to health insurance discrimination

SB 185 - Onder - Enacts provisions relating to transportation network companies

SB 189 - Kehoe - Modifies provisions relating to employment security

SB 201 - Onder - Creates new provisions relating to joint employers

SB 205 - Sifton - Modifies provisions relating to employee wages

SB 210 - Onder - Modifies provisions relating to collective bargaining representation for public employees

SB 229 - Riddle - Modifies the law relating to working hours for employees at certain mental health facilities

SB 236 - Schatz - Establishes a workers' compensation claims database

SB 252 - Dixon - Modifies exemption for certain religious entities under the Missouri Human Rights Act

SB 254 - Nasheed - Modifies the minimum wage laws

SB 266 - Schatz - Enacts new provisions of law relating to professional employer organizations

SB 268 - Schupp - Creates a right to unpaid leave for employees that are affected by domestic violence

SB 282 - Hegeman - Modifies provisions relating to public safety

SB 290 - Schatz - Modifies provisions relating to workers' compensation

SB 291 - Rowden - Creates new provisions granting paid parental leave to state employees

SB 316 - Rowden - Creates new provisions relating to password protection

SB 330 - Munzlinger - Modifies provisions relating to workers' compensation liability

SB 338 - Schupp - Bars discrimination based on sexual orientation or gender identity

SB 350 - Walsh - Modifies provisions relating to employee wages

SB 358 - Wieland - Creates new provisions relating to collective bargaining within the Bi-State Development Agency

SB 415 - Hummel - Modifies provisions relating to occupational diseases for firefighters under workers' compensation laws

SB 481 - Sifton - Modifies provisions relating to occupational diseases under workers' compensation laws

SB 530 - Hegeman - Modifies provisions relating to the prohibition of local minimum wage laws

SR 85 - Kehoe - Establishes the rates of pay for Senate employees

HB 91 - Rehder - Specifies that a person cannot be required to become or refrain from becoming a member of or paying dues to a labor organization as a condition or continuation of employment

HB 104 - Love - Repeals provisions relating to prevailing wages on public works

HB 130 - Mathews - Enacts provisions relating to transportation network companies

HB 194 - Franklin - Modifies provisions of law relating to abortion

HB 251 - Taylor - Creates new provisions relating to public labor organizations

HB 288 - Fitzpatrick - Modifies the duration of unemployment compensation, modifies the method to pay federal advances, and raises the fund trigger causing contribution rate reductions

HB 452 - Austin - Modifies provisions regarding the liability of a health care provider for the actions of an employee

HB 1194 - Chipman - Prohibits political subdivisions from requiring a minimum wage that exceeds the requirements of state law

HCR 28 - Rowland - Reaffirms Missouri's support of the services of the sheltered workshops of our state

Employment Security (2)

SB 108 - Romine - Grants reemployment rights to members of the military

SB 189 - Kehoe - Modifies provisions relating to employment security

Energy (20)

SB 57 - Holsman - Modifies the definition of "customer-generator" in the Net Metering and Easy Connection Act

SB 109 - Holsman - Modifies provisions relating to solar energy systems in certain planned communities

SB 190 - Emery - Modifies provisions relating to ratemaking for public utilities

SB 214 - Emery - Modifies provisions relating to ratemaking for public utilities

SB 215 - Emery - Allows the Missouri Public Service Commission to utilize rate adjustment mechanisms otherwise not specifically authorized by statute to promote modernization and replacement of electrical corporation infrastructure

SB 242 - Emery - Establishes the Rate Case Modernization Act

SB 246 - Kraus - Modifies provisions of the Net Metering and Easy Connection Act

SB 270 - Schaaf - Modifies provisions relating to public utilities

SB 278 - Emery - Requires that the comprehensive state energy plan be reviewed by the Division of Energy by January 1, 2019, and biennially thereafter, and updated if necessary

SB 384 - Rowden - Modifies how the Public Service Commission assesses public utilities for the costs of regulation

SB 405 - Hegeman - Modifies provisions relating to public safety

SB 412 - Schupp - Modifies provisions of the Missouri Energy Efficiency Investment Act

SB 458 - Holsman - Modifies provisions of the Missouri Energy Efficiency and Investment Act

SB 459 - Holsman - Creates the Missouri Energy Freedom Act

SB 489 - Schatz - Requires the Missouri Hazardous Waste Commission to promulgate rules and regulation for coal combustion residual units in lieu of federal solid waste regulations by June 1, 2018

SB 542 - Schatz - Modifies the civil penalty for violating certain underground facility safety standards

SB 543 - Schatz - Modifies the civil penalty for violating federally mandated natural gas safety standards

SCR 19 - Emery - Establishes the Task Force on Retail Electric Competition and the Restructuring of the Electric Utility Industry

HB 571 - Engler - Modifies provisions relating to natural resources

HB 661 - Bondon - Modifies provisions relating to energy

Enterprise Zones (3)

SB 302 - Wieland - Modifies provisions relating to certain local districts

SB 426 - Wasson - Modifies property tax exemptions for property located in enhanced enterprise zones

SB 466 - Emery - Adopts the Prosperity States Compact

Entertainment, Sports and Amusements (3)

SB 292 - Rowden - Modifies provisions relating to ticket selling practices

SJR 2 - Schaaf - Requires legislative or voter approval prior to the extension of bonds or the offering of tax incentives by a county sports authority

HB 255 - Rhoads - Modifies provisions relating to ticket selling practices

Environmental Protection (11)

SB 22 - Chappelle-Nadal - Modifies provisions relating to contaminated homes

SB 57 - Holsman - Modifies the definition of "customer-generator" in the Net Metering and Easy Connection Act

SB 109 - Holsman - Modifies provisions relating to solar energy systems in certain planned communities

SB 190 - Emery - Modifies provisions relating to ratemaking for public utilities

SB 246 - Kraus - Modifies provisions of the Net Metering and Easy Connection Act

SB 412 - Schupp - Modifies provisions of the Missouri Energy Efficiency Investment Act

SB 417 - Chappelle-Nadal - Creates the Missouri Radon Awareness Act

SB 459 - Holsman - Creates the Missouri Energy Freedom Act

SB 489 - Schatz - Requires the Missouri Hazardous Waste Commission to promulgate rules and regulation for coal combustion residual units in lieu of federal solid waste regulations by June 1, 2018

SB 515 - Munzlinger - Extends the period during which an annual fee shall be collected from businesses dealing in petroleum products

SR 28 - Romine - Urges the United States Senate to confirm Scott Pruitt as Administrator of the Environmental Protection Agency

Estates, Wills and Trusts (16)

SB 104 - Wallingford - Modifies procedures in guardianship and conservator proceedings for incapacitated or disabled persons

SB 111 - Hegeman - Modifies various provisions regarding bonds issued by a political subdivision, qualifications for candidates of public office, limited liability companies who own property in certain cities, public administrators, and guardianships

SB 128 - Dixon - Modifies various provisions regarding criminal offenses, the Attorney General, the Department of Revenue, child support and custody, trusts and estates, guardianships, judges, court surcharges, court reporter fees, and victims of crime

SB 129 - Dixon - Establishes the Missouri Fiduciary Access to Digital Assets Act, which allows fiduciaries to access electronic records of the account holder

SB 170 - Dixon - Modifies provisions regarding qualified spousal trusts

SB 171 - Dixon - Modifies provisions relating to trust protectors and adds circumstances in which a no-contest clause in an irrevocable trust is not enforceable

SB 234 - Libla - Repeals provisions requiring a landlord to keep security deposits in a trust

SB 356 - Romine - Adds circumstances in which a no-contest clause in an irrevocable trust is not enforceable

SB 450 - Wieland - Modifies provisions of the Missouri Preneed Funeral Contract Act

SB 465 - Emery - Modifies various provisions relating to guardianships and conservatorships

SB 493 - Hegeman - Authorizes a health care decision-maker to make health care decisions for an incapacitated patient

HB 144 - McGaugh - Authorizes a health care decision-maker to make health care decisions for an incapacitated patient, changes the fees for the retrieval of health care records, and allows the disclosure of such records to certain persons

HB 153 - Corlew - Modifies provisions relating to expert witnesses

HB 427 - Cornejo - Modifies provisions relating to trust instruments

HB 909 - Fraker - Allows the next-of-kin to delegate the final disposition of human remains

HCB 1 - McGaugh - Modifies various provisions regarding criminal offenses, the Attorney General, the Department of Revenue, child support and custody, trusts and estates, guardianships, judges, court surcharges, court reporter fees, and victim's of crime

Ethics (7)

SB 2 - Schaaf - Modifies provisions relating to lobbyists

SB 3 - Schaaf - Modifies provisions relating to the waiting period before certain public officials can become lobbyists

SB 59 - Sifton - Imposes a gift ban for the members of the General Assembly and their candidate committees

SB 202 - Rowden - Modifies provisions relating to lobbyist expenditures

SB 305 - Kehoe - Modifies provisions relating to lobbyist expenditures

SB 463 - Kehoe - Modifies provisions relating to the Missouri Ethics Commission

HB 229 - Dogan - Prohibits lobbyists from giving gifts to local government officials, with an exception for group gifts

Evidence (12)

SB 5 - Richard - Modifies provisions relating to tort actions specifically unlawful merchandising practices, products liability claims, and venue requirements

SB 31 - Emery - Modifies provisions relating to the collateral source rule and provides that parties may introduce evidence of the actual cost, rather than the value, of the medical care rendered

SB 84 - Kraus - Restricts the use of cell site simulator devices

SB 85 - Kraus - Restricts the storage and use as evidence of data collected through automated license plate reader systems by government entities

SB 158 - Dixon - Modifies admissibility of chemical test results in intoxication-related proceedings for a certain time period

SB 200 - Libla - Modifies provisions relating to expert witnesses

SB 213 - Rowden - Establishes requirements for certain settlement offers of tort claims which must be accepted within a specified period of time

SB 304 - Wieland - Enacts provisions relating to disclosure of insurance companies' corporate governance structure

SB 315 - Eigel - Requires in-person notice of most traffic violations, and prohibits automated traffic enforcement and fine collection

SB 345 - Nasheed - Creates certain policies relating to police-worn cameras, funding, and stored data

SB 391 - Munzlinger - Specifies that a commercial motor vehicle's use of a specially-designated route shall not be deemed a nuisance or evidence of a nuisance

HB 95 - McGaugh - Modifies provisions relating to the collateral source rule and provides that parties may introduce evidence of the actual cost, rather than the value, of the medical care rendered

Excavation (5)

SB 293 - Romine - Modifies the per ton fee that is paid to the Division of Fire Safety for the use of explosives under the Missouri Blasting Safety Act

SB 380 - Riddle - Requires that the Department of Transportation utility corridor be 12 feet wide with the location determined by the State Highways and Transportation Commission

SB 542 - Schatz - Modifies the civil penalty for violating certain underground facility safety standards

SB 543 - Schatz - Modifies the civil penalty for violating federally mandated natural gas safety standards

HB 571 - Engler - Modifies provisions relating to natural resources

Family Law (10)

SB 128 - Dixon - Modifies various provisions regarding criminal offenses, the Attorney General, the Department of Revenue, child support and custody, trusts and estates, guardianships, judges, court surcharges, court reporter fees, and victims of crime

SB 160 - Sater - Modifies provisions relating to child protection

SB 195 - Koenig - Establishes the Supporting and Strengthening Families Act relating to guardianships and modifies provisions regarding child abuse and neglect and foster care

SB 200 - Libla - Modifies provisions relating to expert witnesses

SB 343 - Libla - Changes the period after which a foster parent may adopt a foster child from nine months to six months

SB 375 - Hoskins - Changes the law regarding consent for a minor to obtain an abortion

SB 377 - Wallingford - Adds a rebuttable presumption that equal or approximately equal parenting time with each parent is in the best interests of the child

SB 432 - Koenig - Modifies provisions of law relating to custody of in vitro human embryos

HB 260 - Brown - Modifies provisions relating to the protection of certain vulnerable persons

HB 1158 - Franklin - Modifies provisions relating to child abuse

Federal - State Relations (42)

SB 5 - Richard - Modifies provisions relating to tort actions specifically unlawful merchandising practices, products liability claims, and venue requirements

SB 8 - Munzlinger - Enacts provisions relating to transportation

SB 13 - Dixon - Adopts the Compact for a Balanced Budget

SB 37 - Silvey - Allows the Department of Revenue to issue REAL ID compliant driver's licenses and identification cards

SB 85 - Kraus - Restricts the storage and use as evidence of data collected through automated license plate reader systems by government entities

SB 122 - Munzlinger - Creates new provisions relating to the Missouri Accountability Portal

SB 123 - Munzlinger - Modifies provisions relating to captive cervids

SB 225 - Schatz - Modifies provisions relating to transportation

SB 244 - Rowden - Allows the Department of Revenue to issue REAL ID compliant driver's licenses and identification cards

SB 280 - Hoskins - Requires the Department of Revenue to issue both REAL ID compliant and noncompliant driver's licenses and identification cards

SB 361 - Hummel - Requires the Department of Revenue to issue REAL ID compliant driver's licenses and identification cards

SB 399 - Romine - Modifies provisions relating to transportation

SB 457 - Eigel - Removes certain roads from the responsibility of the state highways and transportation commission and directs certain sales and use tax funds into the state road fund

SB 474 - Schatz - Specifies circumstances under which an employment variance may be granted to an ignition interlock device requirement

SB 489 - Schatz - Requires the Missouri Hazardous Waste Commission to promulgate rules and regulation for coal combustion residual units in lieu of federal solid waste regulations by June 1, 2018

SB 515 - Munzlinger - Extends the period during which an annual fee shall be collected from businesses dealing in petroleum products

SB 519 - Emery - Limits the acquisition of land in Missouri by the U.S. Government and requires statutory authorization for such land acquisitions

SCR 2 - Emery - Urges the federal government to return certain lands to western states where such lands are located

SCR 3 - Emery - Urges the United States Congress to propose the Regulation Freedom Amendment to the U.S. Constitution

SCR 4 - Kehoe - Applies to Congress for the calling of an Article V convention of states to propose certain amendments to the United States Constitution which place limits on the federal government

SCR 5 - Romine - Urges the City of DeSoto and Jefferson County to establish a Joachim Creek Joint Task Force

SCR 7 - Hoskins - Expresses support for the people of Israel

SCR 8 - Schupp - Calls for the end of organ harvesting practices in China and for the Chinese Government to end the persecution of Falun Gong

SCR 9 - Holsman - Calls for an Article V Convention for the purpose of regulating elections

SCR 11 - Wieland - Urges the United States Congress to support U.S. Senate Bill S. 89

SCR 14 - Hoskins - Applies to Congress for the calling of an Article V convention of states to propose an amendment to the United States Constitution regarding term limits for members of Congress

SCR 18 - Wallingford - Urges the Defense POW/MIA Accounting Agency to prioritze resolving the cases of 15 Missourians from the Vietnam War whose status is presumptive finding of death

SCR 21 - Wallingford - Supports the adoption of the rules and procedures adopted by the Assembly of State Legislatures

SCR 22 - Schupp - Urges ratification of the Equal Rights Amendment to the United States Constitution

SCR 25 - Cunningham - Establishes the State Innovation Waiver Task Force

SR 28 - Romine - Urges the United States Senate to confirm Scott Pruitt as Administrator of the Environmental Protection Agency

SR 270 - Kraus - Urges Congress to repeal the REAL ID Act of 2005

HB 29 - Pike - Modifies provisions of law relating to intoxicating liquor

HB 151 - Corlew - Allows the Department of Revenue to issue REAL ID compliant driver's licenses and identification cards

HB 256 - Rhoads - Removes restrictions on when amber or white lights may be used on motor vehicles and equipment performing work for the department of transportation

HB 258 - Pfautsch - Creates new provisions relating to the accountability of public funds

HB 542 - Korman - Modifies provisions relating to compliance with federal transportation laws

HB 780 - Hill - Establishes the State Innovation Waiver Task Force

HCR 7 - Morris - Calls for the end of organ harvesting practices in China and for the Chinese Government to end the persecution of Falun Gong

HCR 9 - Gannon - Urges the City of DeSoto and Jefferson County to establish a Joachim Creek Joint Task Force

HCR 12 - Grier - Expresses support for the people of Israel

HCR 35 - Hurst - Urges the Defense POW/MIA Accounting Agency to prioritize the cases of the 15 Missourians from the Vietnam War whose status remains presumptive finding of death

Fees (29)

SB 18 - Kraus - Modifies provisions relating to the collection of money by public entities

SB 136 - Curls - Allows a charter county to submit to voters a proposal for a $5 user fee on instruments recorded with the Recorder of Deeds for an assistance program for homeless persons

SB 162 - Romine - Establishes the Consumer Legal Funding Model Act

SB 183 - Hoskins - Extends the Big Government Get Off My Back Act and modifies several provisions relating to the collection of money by public entities

SB 185 - Onder - Enacts provisions relating to transportation network companies

SB 269 - Cunningham - Creates and funds the Department of Revenue Technology Fund through an administrative fee for notice of lien processing

SB 293 - Romine - Modifies the per ton fee that is paid to the Division of Fire Safety for the use of explosives under the Missouri Blasting Safety Act

SB 295 - Schaaf - Increases various existing fees that are deposited in the county employees' retirement fund and creates a new fee to be paid into the fund

SB 315 - Eigel - Requires in-person notice of most traffic violations, and prohibits automated traffic enforcement and fine collection

SB 345 - Nasheed - Creates certain policies relating to police-worn cameras, funding, and stored data

SB 348 - Wasson - Extends the sunset provisions for fees to be credited to the technology trust fund

SB 354 - Rowden - Modifies provisions relating to wireless communications infrastructure and the Uniform Wireless Communications Infrastructure Deployment Act

SB 370 - Munzlinger - Allows nonresidents who own at least 80 acres of real property in Missouri to only be assessed 50% of the fee for any nonresident hunting, fishing, or trapping permit

SB 405 - Hegeman - Modifies provisions relating to public safety

SB 453 - Sater - Modifies certain provisions relating to county recording fees

SB 467 - Schupp - Creates new provisions allowing for the creation of benefit corporations

SB 515 - Munzlinger - Extends the period during which an annual fee shall be collected from businesses dealing in petroleum products

SB 525 - Riddle - Extends the expiration of the lead-acid battery fee from December 31, 2018 to December 31, 2023

HB 66 - Ruth - Expands the newborn screening requirements to include spinal muscular atrophy and Hunter syndrome

HB 130 - Mathews - Enacts provisions relating to transportation network companies

HB 144 - McGaugh - Authorizes a health care decision-maker to make health care decisions for an incapacitated patient, changes the fees for the retrieval of health care records, and allows the disclosure of such records to certain persons

HB 251 - Taylor - Creates new provisions relating to public labor organizations

HB 340 - Fitzwater - Modifies provisions relating to the regulation of utilities

HB 381 - Evans - Modifies provisions relating to health care records

HB 469 - Gannon - Modifies provisions relating to high school graduation requirements

HB 571 - Engler - Modifies provisions relating to natural resources

HB 656 - Rhoads - Modifies provisions relating to wireless communications infrastructure

HB 805 - Basye - Modifies provisions relating to combat decoration license plate recognition

HB 1045 - Haahr - Extends the sunset provisions for fees credited to the technology trust fund

Fences and Enclosures (1)

SB 251 - Kehoe - Requires the Division of State Parks to maintain the fence coinciding with the boundary between individual landowner property and the historic Missouri Rock Island Railroad Corridor

Fire Protection (7)

SB 235 - Eigel - Creates a process for selecting a single service provider for ambulance services in certain home rule cities

SB 282 - Hegeman - Modifies provisions relating to public safety

SB 293 - Romine - Modifies the per ton fee that is paid to the Division of Fire Safety for the use of explosives under the Missouri Blasting Safety Act

SB 297 - Hummel - Establishes the "Alexandra and Brayden Anderson Electric Shock Drowning Prevention Act"

SB 415 - Hummel - Modifies provisions relating to occupational diseases for firefighters under workers' compensation laws

HB 558 - Ross - Enacts provisions relating to water safety

HB 571 - Engler - Modifies provisions relating to natural resources

Firearms (7)

SB 26 - Curls - Allows Kansas City to employ airport police officers

SB 46 - Libla - Modifies provisions relating to certain crimes against emergency service providers and creates the Blue Alert System

SB 89 - 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 152 - Schupp - Modifies provisions relating to the sale of firearms by licensed dealers

SB 181 - Nasheed - Requires the reporting of lost or stolen firearms

SB 318 - Sifton - Applies the offense of unlawful possession of firearms to certain additional categories of individuals in possession of firearms

HB 57 - Haefner - Modifies provisions relating to law enforcement

Fishing and Hunting (3)

SB 123 - Munzlinger - Modifies provisions relating to captive cervids

SB 241 - Schatz - Provides that any person convicted of poaching a turkey, white-tailed deer, black bear, or elk illegally may be required to provide restitution to the state

SB 370 - Munzlinger - Allows nonresidents who own at least 80 acres of real property in Missouri to only be assessed 50% of the fee for any nonresident hunting, fishing, or trapping permit

Food (5)

SB 55 - Holsman - Establishes the Empowerment Microgrants Program and Board to provide grants to persons living in impoverished areas who engage in urban agriculture

SB 217 - Nasheed - Adds donations to soup kitchens or homeless shelters to current tax credit for donations to food pantries

SB 373 - Curls - Modifies provisions of law relating to the elderly

HB 327 - Morris - Establishes the Missouri Senior Farmers' Market Nutrition Program

HB 662 - Rone - Allows the Department of Agriculture to assess civil penalties for the use of a herbicide for a crop for which the herbicide was not labeled for use

Funerals and Funeral Directors (4)

SB 111 - Hegeman - Modifies various provisions regarding bonds issued by a political subdivision, qualifications for candidates of public office, limited liability companies who own property in certain cities, public administrators, and guardianships

SB 450 - Wieland - Modifies provisions of the Missouri Preneed Funeral Contract Act

HB 743 - Conway - Modifies provisions relating to compensation for victims of crime

HB 909 - Fraker - Allows the next-of-kin to delegate the final disposition of human remains

Gambling (3)

SB 445 - Rowden - Modifies several provisions relating to fantasy sports

SB 452 - Hoskins - Creates the Missouri Video Lottery Control Act

HB 502 - Fitzpatrick - Modifies several provisions relating to fantasy sports

General Assembly (53)

SB 3 - Schaaf - Modifies provisions relating to the waiting period before certain public officials can become lobbyists

SB 28 - Sater - Requires the Department of Social Services to apply for a global waiver for MO HealthNet

SB 35 - Cunningham - Modifies public notice and hearing requirements for certain land purchases made by the Department of Natural Resources or the Commissioner of Administration on behalf of state departments

SB 59 - Sifton - Imposes a gift ban for the members of the General Assembly and their candidate committees

SB 82 - Dixon - Modifies the duties and functions of the Joint Committee on Legislative Research

SB 141 - Emery - Modifies retirement benefits for newly elected members of the General Assembly and statewide elected officials

SB 143 - 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 148 - Romine - Expands the authority of the Governor to convey easements without the approval of the General Assembly and expands the rights granted by the easements

SB 184 - Emery - Modifies provisions relating to water and sewer corporations

SB 190 - Emery - Modifies provisions relating to ratemaking for public utilities

SB 214 - Emery - Modifies provisions relating to ratemaking for public utilities

SB 228 - Koenig - Modifies the Year 2000 Retirement Plan for state employees, members of the General Assembly, and statewide elected officials employed after January 1, 2018

SB 305 - Kehoe - Modifies provisions relating to lobbyist expenditures

SB 421 - Rizzo - Modifies provisions relating to the conveyance of state property

SB 429 - Rowden - Establishes legislative procedures for regulating previously unregulated professions

SB 447 - Rowden - Establishes legislative procedures for regulating previously unregulated professions

SB 486 - Kehoe - Authorizes the conveyance of a certain state property located in Cole County to the City of Jefferson

SB 487 - Curls - Designates each month of April as "Parliamentary Law Month"

SB 488 - Kehoe - Modifies provisions relating to the conveyance of state property

SB 506 - Silvey - Creates new provisions relating to the internal operations of state government

SB 519 - Emery - Limits the acquisition of land in Missouri by the U.S. Government and requires statutory authorization for such land acquisitions

SRM 1 - Wallingford - Remonstrates against the $2.5 million reduction in state funding for Centers for Independent Living

SCR 1 - Richard - Appoints members of the General Assembly to the Inauguration Committee

SCR 17 - Curls - Urges a commitment to equal rights for people with cognitive disabilities to access technology and information

SCR 19 - Emery - Establishes the Task Force on Retail Electric Competition and the Restructuring of the Electric Utility Industry

SCR 20 - Rizzo - Reaffirms support for Missouri's sheltered workshops

SCR 21 - Wallingford - Supports the adoption of the rules and procedures adopted by the Assembly of State Legislatures

SCR 22 - Schupp - Urges ratification of the Equal Rights Amendment to the United States Constitution

SCR 23 - Curls - Designates each month of April as "Parliamentary Law Month"

SCR 24 - Hegeman - Designates November 2017 as Diabetes and Cardiovascular Awareness Month

SCR 26 - Kehoe - Authorizes independent certified public accountant or certified public accounting firm to conduct an audit of State Auditor's office

SJR 5 - Emery - Requires the Senate, beginning January 1, 2019, 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 7 - Silvey - Modifies the number of members of the General Assembly and limits service in the General Assembly to sixteen years in any proportion between the House and Senate

SJR 10 - Holsman - Modifies certain constitutional amendments relating to members of the General Assembly

SJR 18 - Curls - Requires certain statewide elected officials, members of the General Assembly, and judges to receive cost-of-living adjustments if such adjustments are provided to all state employees

SR 4 - Richard - Modifies the composition of the Senate's standing committees

SR 85 - Kehoe - Establishes the rates of pay for Senate employees

SR 197 - Richard - Proposes changes to Senate Rules 3 & 4 regarding order of Senate business

SR 305 - Rowden - Reaffirms support for Missouri sheltered workshops

SR 891 - Romine - Amends Senate Rule 44 and 50

SR 917 - Silvey - Notice of Proposed Rule Change - Senate Rule 10

HB 49 - Roeber - Designates each month of April as "Parliamentary Law Month"

HB 60 - Alferman - Changes the laws regarding lobbyist expenditures

HB 169 - Curtman - Requires a committee of the House of Representatives to review and issue reports on the audits of any state agency or department conducted by the State Auditor's Office.

HB 174 - Hubrecht - Preempts political subdivision authority regarding abortion in specified scenarios

HB 480 - Ross - Establishes guidelines for the regulation of occupations and professions not regulated by the Division of Professional Registration

HB 661 - Bondon - Modifies provisions relating to energy

HB 884 - Trent - Establishes the State Capitol Complex Commission

HB 956 - Kidd - Authorizes the conveyance of certain state properties to certain municipalities

HCB 7 - Fitzwater - Requires the Attorney General to submit a monthly report detailing all activity concerning lawsuits filed against the Department of Corrections and the State Legal Expense Fund

HCR 4 - Bernskoetter - Disapproves the salary recommendations of the Missouri Citizens Commission on Compensation for Elected Officials

HCR 28 - Rowland - Reaffirms Missouri's support of the services of the sheltered workshops of our state

HCR 47 - Corlew - Establishes the 21st Century Missouri Transportation System Task Force

Governor and Lt. Governor (22)

SB 3 - Schaaf - Modifies provisions relating to the waiting period before certain public officials can become lobbyists

SB 59 - Sifton - Imposes a gift ban for the members of the General Assembly and their candidate committees

SB 120 - Schaaf - Allows those licensed by the Department of Agriculture to grow and handle industrial hemp

SB 122 - Munzlinger - Creates new provisions relating to the Missouri Accountability Portal

SB 141 - Emery - Modifies retirement benefits for newly elected members of the General Assembly and statewide elected officials

SB 143 - 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 148 - Romine - Expands the authority of the Governor to convey easements without the approval of the General Assembly and expands the rights granted by the easements

SB 228 - Koenig - Modifies the Year 2000 Retirement Plan for state employees, members of the General Assembly, and statewide elected officials employed after January 1, 2018

SB 421 - Rizzo - Modifies provisions relating to the conveyance of state property

SB 436 - Curls - Provides a process for the Parole Board to review the case histories of offenders serving more than 25 years in prison and recommend clemency or allow release on parole

SB 486 - Kehoe - Authorizes the conveyance of a certain state property located in Cole County to the City of Jefferson

SB 488 - Kehoe - Modifies provisions relating to the conveyance of state property

SB 506 - Silvey - Creates new provisions relating to the internal operations of state government

SJR 5 - Emery - Requires the Senate, beginning January 1, 2019, 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 11 - Hegeman - Provides that a nonpartisan judicial commission shall submit to the governor a list of names, rather than a list of three names, to fill a judicial vacancy in a court under the nonpartisan court plan

SJR 14 - Kraus - Enacts term limits for all statewide elected officials

SJR 16 - Munzlinger - Amends the Constitution to require that the sales tax dedicated to conservation purposes be resubmitted to the voters for approval every 10 years

HB 258 - Pfautsch - Creates new provisions relating to the accountability of public funds

HB 850 - Davis - Modifies the complaint process for members of the state military forces

HB 871 - Davis - Renames the Missouri reserve military force the Missouri state defense force

HB 956 - Kidd - Authorizes the conveyance of certain state properties to certain municipalities

HCR 47 - Corlew - Establishes the 21st Century Missouri Transportation System Task Force

Guardians (11)

SB 104 - Wallingford - Modifies procedures in guardianship and conservator proceedings for incapacitated or disabled persons

SB 111 - Hegeman - Modifies various provisions regarding bonds issued by a political subdivision, qualifications for candidates of public office, limited liability companies who own property in certain cities, public administrators, and guardianships

SB 114 - Schatz - Modifies provisions relating to political subdivisions

SB 128 - Dixon - Modifies various provisions regarding criminal offenses, the Attorney General, the Department of Revenue, child support and custody, trusts and estates, guardianships, judges, court surcharges, court reporter fees, and victims of crime

SB 129 - Dixon - Establishes the Missouri Fiduciary Access to Digital Assets Act, which allows fiduciaries to access electronic records of the account holder

SB 195 - Koenig - Establishes the Supporting and Strengthening Families Act relating to guardianships and modifies provisions regarding child abuse and neglect and foster care

SB 375 - Hoskins - Changes the law regarding consent for a minor to obtain an abortion

SB 465 - Emery - Modifies various provisions relating to guardianships and conservatorships

SB 493 - Hegeman - Authorizes a health care decision-maker to make health care decisions for an incapacitated patient

HB 144 - McGaugh - Authorizes a health care decision-maker to make health care decisions for an incapacitated patient, changes the fees for the retrieval of health care records, and allows the disclosure of such records to certain persons

HCB 1 - McGaugh - Modifies various provisions regarding criminal offenses, the Attorney General, the Department of Revenue, child support and custody, trusts and estates, guardianships, judges, court surcharges, court reporter fees, and victim's of crime

Health and Senior Services, Department of (40)

SB 50 - Walsh - Modifies several provisions relating to health care

SB 51 - Walsh - Establishes a language assessment program for children who are deaf or hard of hearing from birth through the age of eight

SB 67 - Onder - Modifies provisions of law relating to abortion, including donation of fetal tissue, tissue reports, abortion reports, employee disclosure policies, and abortion facility inspections

SB 74 - Schaaf - Establishes a Prescription Drug Monitoring Act

SB 97 - Sater - Requires hospitals to adopt and implement evidence-based sepsis protocols

SB 103 - Wallingford - Requires elder abuse investigators to provide specified written materials to alleged perpetrators

SB 104 - Wallingford - Modifies procedures in guardianship and conservator proceedings for incapacitated or disabled persons

SB 115 - Schupp - Modifies provisions relating to child care facilities

SB 116 - Schupp - Allows a tax credit for certain long-term care facilities for a portion of the costs of upgrading emergency generators

SB 117 - Schupp - Requires employee and volunteers of specified public and private institutions to receive an influenza vaccination every year

SB 123 - Munzlinger - Modifies provisions relating to captive cervids

SB 139 - Sater - Modifies provisions relating to health care

SB 153 - Schaaf - Permits the use of medical marijuana for the treatment of certain impairments

SB 174 - Schaaf - Creates a voluntary replacement alternative program for children's vaccines that do not contain human DNA content

SB 192 - Wallingford - Establishes the Senior Services Growth and Development Program

SB 212 - Sater - Provides that inspections of certain x-ray systems shall not be required more frequently than every six years

SB 230 - Riddle - Requires referrals for out of state abortions to be accompanied by specified printed materials

SB 231 - Schatz - Establishes the Narcotics Control Act

SB 314 - Schatz - Establishes the Narcotics Control Act

SB 340 - Schupp - Establishes the Narcotics Control Act

SB 363 - Chappelle-Nadal - Modifies provisions relating to long-term care facilities

SB 371 - Schaaf - Permits the use of hemp oil for the treatment of certain impairments

SB 373 - Curls - Modifies provisions of law relating to the elderly

SB 387 - Curls - Modifies provisions of law relating to long-term care certificates of need

SB 408 - Koenig - Requires the use of a fetal heartbeat detection test prior to an abortion and prohibits an abortion if a fetal heartbeat is detected

SB 495 - Riddle - Modifies provisions relating to trauma, STEMI, and stroke centers and medical emergencies

SB 501 - Sater - Modifies provisions relating to health care

SB 516 - Munzlinger - Makes a technical change to the law relating to controlled substance schedules

SB 518 - Emery - Modifies provisions relating to hospital licensure

SB 523 - Sater - Modifies provisions relating to criminal background checks for child care providers

SB 526 - Brown - Modifies provisions relating to consumer-directed services in the MO HealthNet program

SB 538 - Chappelle-Nadal - Prohibits the use of a vaccine containing mercury as administered to a child or adult in Missouri

SCR 6 - Walsh - Urges the Department of Higher Education and Department of Health and Senior Services to encourage the dissemination of information about meningococcal disease and its vaccines

HB 58 - Haefner - Requires the Department of Health and Senior Services to establish criteria for levels of maternal and neonatal care designations

HB 66 - Ruth - Expands the newborn screening requirements to include spinal muscular atrophy and Hunter syndrome

HB 90 - Rehder - Establishes the Narcotics Control Act

HB 121 - Frederick - Modifies the Health Professional Student Loan and Loan Repayment Program regarding primary care physicians

HB 194 - Franklin - Modifies provisions of law relating to abortion

HB 327 - Morris - Establishes the Missouri Senior Farmers' Market Nutrition Program

HCR 17 - Hubrecht - Urges the Department of Higher Education and Department of Health and Senior Services to encourage the dissemination of information about meningococcal disease and its vaccines

Health Care (66)

SB 25 - Curls - Modifies provisions relating to public safety

SB 28 - Sater - Requires the Department of Social Services to apply for a global waiver for MO HealthNet

SB 31 - Emery - Modifies provisions relating to the collateral source rule and provides that parties may introduce evidence of the actual cost, rather than the value, of the medical care rendered

SB 42 - Wallingford - Enacts provisions relating to advanced practice registered nurses

SB 50 - Walsh - Modifies several provisions relating to health care

SB 67 - Onder - Modifies provisions of law relating to abortion, including donation of fetal tissue, tissue reports, abortion reports, employee disclosure policies, and abortion facility inspections

SB 70 - Schupp - Provides for the expansion of MO HealthNet services beginning January 1, 2018

SB 71 - Schupp - Modifies several provisions relating to abortion, including the 72-hour waiting period, physician privileges, and ambulatory surgical center requirements

SB 74 - Schaaf - Establishes a Prescription Drug Monitoring Act

SB 96 - Sater - Prohibits certain selective abortions relating to sex, race, or Down Syndrome

SB 97 - Sater - Requires hospitals to adopt and implement evidence-based sepsis protocols

SB 117 - Schupp - Requires employee and volunteers of specified public and private institutions to receive an influenza vaccination every year

SB 138 - Sater - Creates standards for predetermination of health care benefits requests and responses

SB 139 - Sater - Modifies provisions relating to health care

SB 153 - Schaaf - Permits the use of medical marijuana for the treatment of certain impairments

SB 174 - Schaaf - Creates a voluntary replacement alternative program for children's vaccines that do not contain human DNA content

SB 194 - Wallingford - Provides that a managed care plan's network is adequate if the health carrier is accredited by the Accreditation Association for Ambulatory Health Care

SB 203 - Sifton - Creates the MO HealthNet Buy-In for Workers with Disabilities program

SB 212 - Sater - Provides that inspections of certain x-ray systems shall not be required more frequently than every six years

SB 237 - Rowden - Modifies definitions of "employee" and "physician employee" as used in provisions relating to actions against health care providers for personal injury or death

SB 245 - Sater - Requires health carriers and health care providers to establish and participate in shared savings incentive programs

SB 263 - Riddle - Requires licensed chiropractors to be reimbursed for the provision of MO HealthNet services

SB 268 - Schupp - Creates a right to unpaid leave for employees that are affected by domestic violence

SB 274 - Wieland - Allows enrollment in a health benefit plan by a pregnant person under certain circumstances

SB 312 - Wasson - Modifies a provision relating to maintenance medication filled by pharmacists

SB 317 - Sater - Modifies provisions relating to physician referral to physical therapists

SB 334 - Sater - Modifies provisions relating to public health and insurance

SB 371 - Schaaf - Permits the use of hemp oil for the treatment of certain impairments

SB 372 - Hegeman - Repeals a number of state administrative entities and transfers the duties of certain such entities to other existing administrative boards or commissions

SB 387 - Curls - Modifies provisions of law relating to long-term care certificates of need

SB 407 - Riddle - Licenses persons performing radiologic imaging or administering radiation therapy and establishes the Missouri Radiologic Imaging and Radiation Therapy Board of Examiners

SB 410 - Schatz - Permits hospitals to employ dentists, oral and maxillofacial surgeons, and maxillofacial prosthodontists to treat certain patient conditions

SB 423 - Sater - Removes the termination date for the MO Rx Prescription Drug Program

SB 433 - Sater - Modifies and creates provisions relating to the MO HealthNet pharmacy program

SB 455 - Rowden - Modifies provisions relating to dispensing authority of physician assistants

SB 477 - Riddle - Modifies the Statewide Telecommunications Equipment Distribution Program to provide financial assistance for hearing aids as well as support service providers for deaf-blind children and adults

SB 493 - Hegeman - Authorizes a health care decision-maker to make health care decisions for an incapacitated patient

SB 494 - Riddle - Modifies provisions relating to out-of-state physicians providing sports medicine services in Missouri

SB 495 - Riddle - Modifies provisions relating to trauma, STEMI, and stroke centers and medical emergencies

SB 501 - Sater - Modifies provisions relating to health care

SB 508 - Nasheed - Specifies that the Regional Taxicab Commission shall not have the authority to regulate medical transportation

SB 526 - Brown - Modifies provisions relating to consumer-directed services in the MO HealthNet program

SB 527 - Brown - Modifies provisions of law relating to MO HealthNet managed care

SB 538 - Chappelle-Nadal - Prohibits the use of a vaccine containing mercury as administered to a child or adult in Missouri

SCR 6 - Walsh - Urges the Department of Higher Education and Department of Health and Senior Services to encourage the dissemination of information about meningococcal disease and its vaccines

SCR 24 - Hegeman - Designates November 2017 as Diabetes and Cardiovascular Awareness Month

HB 28 - Pike - Designates each November as "Diabetes Awareness Month" in Missouri

HB 58 - Haefner - Requires the Department of Health and Senior Services to establish criteria for levels of maternal and neonatal care designations

HB 66 - Ruth - Expands the newborn screening requirements to include spinal muscular atrophy and Hunter syndrome

HB 90 - Rehder - Establishes the Narcotics Control Act

HB 95 - McGaugh - Modifies provisions relating to the collateral source rule and provides that parties may introduce evidence of the actual cost, rather than the value, of the medical care rendered

HB 105 - Love - Repeals the expiration date for tax refund contributions to the Organ Donor Program Fund

HB 122 - Frederick - Modifies provisions relating to out-of-state physicians providing sports medicine services in Missouri

HB 144 - McGaugh - Authorizes a health care decision-maker to make health care decisions for an incapacitated patient, changes the fees for the retrieval of health care records, and allows the disclosure of such records to certain persons

HB 174 - Hubrecht - Preempts political subdivision authority regarding abortion in specified scenarios

HB 194 - Franklin - Modifies provisions of law relating to abortion

HB 209 - Wiemann - Requires licensed chiropractors to be reimbursed for the provision of MO HealthNet services

HB 294 - Lynch - Provides certain immunities for persons seeking medical assistance for a drug or alcohol overdose

HB 349 - Brown - Provides that inspections of certain x-ray systems shall not be required more frequently than every four years

HB 381 - Evans - Modifies provisions relating to health care records

HB 390 - Vescovo - Designates each March as "Von Willebrand Awareness Month"

HB 452 - Austin - Modifies provisions regarding the liability of a health care provider for the actions of an employee

HB 569 - Frederick - Establishes the Show-Me Compassionate Medical Education Day and authorizes a multicenter study into the root causes of depression among medical students

HB 780 - Hill - Establishes the State Innovation Waiver Task Force

HB 915 - Ruth - Designates June 27 of each year as "Post Traumatic Stress Awareness Day" in Missouri

HCR 17 - Hubrecht - Urges the Department of Higher Education and Department of Health and Senior Services to encourage the dissemination of information about meningococcal disease and its vaccines

Health Care Professionals (47)

SB 31 - Emery - Modifies provisions relating to the collateral source rule and provides that parties may introduce evidence of the actual cost, rather than the value, of the medical care rendered

SB 42 - Wallingford - Enacts provisions relating to advanced practice registered nurses

SB 52 - Nasheed - Creates several provisions relating to suicide awareness and prevention

SB 71 - Schupp - Modifies several provisions relating to abortion, including the 72-hour waiting period, physician privileges, and ambulatory surgical center requirements

SB 72 - Schaaf - Provides that certain health care providers may have their professional licenses disciplined for failure to follow the CDC Guideline for Prescribing Opioids

SB 74 - Schaaf - Establishes a Prescription Drug Monitoring Act

SB 125 - Wasson - Modifies provisions relating to the regulation of certain professions

SB 138 - Sater - Creates standards for predetermination of health care benefits requests and responses

SB 153 - Schaaf - Permits the use of medical marijuana for the treatment of certain impairments

SB 229 - Riddle - Modifies the law relating to working hours for employees at certain mental health facilities

SB 231 - Schatz - Establishes the Narcotics Control Act

SB 237 - Rowden - Modifies definitions of "employee" and "physician employee" as used in provisions relating to actions against health care providers for personal injury or death

SB 245 - Sater - Requires health carriers and health care providers to establish and participate in shared savings incentive programs

SB 263 - Riddle - Requires licensed chiropractors to be reimbursed for the provision of MO HealthNet services

SB 312 - Wasson - Modifies a provision relating to maintenance medication filled by pharmacists

SB 314 - Schatz - Establishes the Narcotics Control Act

SB 317 - Sater - Modifies provisions relating to physician referral to physical therapists

SB 340 - Schupp - Establishes the Narcotics Control Act

SB 366 - Koenig - Provides that a doctoral degree from programs accredited or provisionally accredited by the Psychological Clinical Science Accreditation System are acceptable for licensure as a psychologist if the program meets certain requirements

SB 371 - Schaaf - Permits the use of hemp oil for the treatment of certain impairments

SB 397 - Wallingford - Changes the requirements for initial licensure as a psychologist

SB 407 - Riddle - Licenses persons performing radiologic imaging or administering radiation therapy and establishes the Missouri Radiologic Imaging and Radiation Therapy Board of Examiners

SB 408 - Koenig - Requires the use of a fetal heartbeat detection test prior to an abortion and prohibits an abortion if a fetal heartbeat is detected

SB 410 - Schatz - Permits hospitals to employ dentists, oral and maxillofacial surgeons, and maxillofacial prosthodontists to treat certain patient conditions

SB 433 - Sater - Modifies and creates provisions relating to the MO HealthNet pharmacy program

SB 455 - Rowden - Modifies provisions relating to dispensing authority of physician assistants

SB 462 - Sifton - Establishes the Psychology Interjurisdictional Compact

SB 490 - Schupp - Requires certain health care professionals to complete two hours of suicide prevention training as a condition of initial licensure and as a condition of license renewal

SB 493 - Hegeman - Authorizes a health care decision-maker to make health care decisions for an incapacitated patient

SB 494 - Riddle - Modifies provisions relating to out-of-state physicians providing sports medicine services in Missouri

SB 501 - Sater - Modifies provisions relating to health care

SB 524 - Koenig - Requires a defendant served after the expiration of the statute of limitations for a wrongful death or a medical negligence claim to be served within one hundred twenty days after a petition has been filed

SB 526 - Brown - Modifies provisions relating to consumer-directed services in the MO HealthNet program

SB 527 - Brown - Modifies provisions of law relating to MO HealthNet managed care

SB 536 - Wallingford - Modifies membership of the Missouri State Board of Nursing

HB 90 - Rehder - Establishes the Narcotics Control Act

HB 95 - McGaugh - Modifies provisions relating to the collateral source rule and provides that parties may introduce evidence of the actual cost, rather than the value, of the medical care rendered

HB 121 - Frederick - Modifies the Health Professional Student Loan and Loan Repayment Program regarding primary care physicians

HB 144 - McGaugh - Authorizes a health care decision-maker to make health care decisions for an incapacitated patient, changes the fees for the retrieval of health care records, and allows the disclosure of such records to certain persons

HB 174 - Hubrecht - Preempts political subdivision authority regarding abortion in specified scenarios

HB 209 - Wiemann - Requires licensed chiropractors to be reimbursed for the provision of MO HealthNet services

HB 227 - Hubrecht - Establishes the Psychology Interjurisdictional Compact

HB 316 - Pike - Modifies the requirements for initial licensure as a psychologist

HB 381 - Evans - Modifies provisions relating to health care records

HB 452 - Austin - Modifies provisions regarding the liability of a health care provider for the actions of an employee

HB 815 - Basye - Modifies provisions relating to the regulation of certain professions

HB 915 - Ruth - Designates June 27 of each year as "Post Traumatic Stress Awareness Day" in Missouri

Health, Public (15)

SB 52 - Nasheed - Creates several provisions relating to suicide awareness and prevention

SB 117 - Schupp - Requires employee and volunteers of specified public and private institutions to receive an influenza vaccination every year

SB 123 - Munzlinger - Modifies provisions relating to captive cervids

SB 174 - Schaaf - Creates a voluntary replacement alternative program for children's vaccines that do not contain human DNA content

SB 297 - Hummel - Establishes the "Alexandra and Brayden Anderson Electric Shock Drowning Prevention Act"

SB 334 - Sater - Modifies provisions relating to public health and insurance

SB 417 - Chappelle-Nadal - Creates the Missouri Radon Awareness Act

SB 538 - Chappelle-Nadal - Prohibits the use of a vaccine containing mercury as administered to a child or adult in Missouri

SB 541 - Schupp - Modifies requirements for water corporations collecting an infrastructure system replacement surcharge (ISRS) in St. Louis County

SCR 6 - Walsh - Urges the Department of Higher Education and Department of Health and Senior Services to encourage the dissemination of information about meningococcal disease and its vaccines

SCR 24 - Hegeman - Designates November 2017 as Diabetes and Cardiovascular Awareness Month

HB 28 - Pike - Designates each November as "Diabetes Awareness Month" in Missouri

HB 390 - Vescovo - Designates each March as "Von Willebrand Awareness Month"

HB 558 - Ross - Enacts provisions relating to water safety

HCR 17 - Hubrecht - Urges the Department of Higher Education and Department of Health and Senior Services to encourage the dissemination of information about meningococcal disease and its vaccines

Higher Education, Department of (6)

SB 328 - Romine - Modifies provisions relating to higher education

SB 402 - Wieland - Allows any taxpayer of the state of Missouri to initiate an action pursuant to grievance procedures at any state college or university in the state of Missouri

SB 431 - Emery - Creates the "Academic Freedom and Whistleblower Act"

SB 471 - Hummel - Modifies the Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics Fund

SCR 6 - Walsh - Urges the Department of Higher Education and Department of Health and Senior Services to encourage the dissemination of information about meningococcal disease and its vaccines

HB 758 - Cookson - Modifies provisions relating to higher education

Highway Patrol (14)

SB 9 - Munzlinger - Allows those licensed by the Department of Agriculture to grow and handle industrial hemp

SB 85 - Kraus - Restricts the storage and use as evidence of data collected through automated license plate reader systems by government entities

SB 99 - 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 120 - Schaaf - Allows those licensed by the Department of Agriculture to grow and handle industrial hemp

SB 165 - Schupp - Applies ban on using cell phones for text messaging while driving a motor vehicle to all drivers

SB 198 - Schaaf - Enacts a regulatory scheme for weigh station and inspection site bypass services

SB 256 - Sater - Designates "Law Enforcement Recognition Week"

SB 297 - Hummel - Establishes the "Alexandra and Brayden Anderson Electric Shock Drowning Prevention Act"

SB 419 - Riddle - Requires inclusion of information on traffic stops and constitutional rights in driver training programs and information provided to first-time license recipients

SB 424 - Holsman - Defines "motorcycle profiling" and creates regulations to eliminate motorcycle profiling

SCR 12 - Sater - Designates the second Saturday in June as Law Enforcement Recognition Week in Missouri

HB 181 - Phillips - Permits agents of the Conservation Commission and water patrol to enforce certain laws relating to littering and abandoning motor vehicles, and requires law enforcement officers to enforce those laws

HB 256 - Rhoads - Removes restrictions on when amber or white lights may be used on motor vehicles and equipment performing work for the department of transportation

HB 558 - Ross - Enacts provisions relating to water safety

Historic Preservation (4)

SB 6 - Richard - Changes the aggregate cap on tax credits for the rehabilitation of historic structures to $120 million annually, and allows for tax credits for donations to the Capitol Complex Fund

SB 412 - Schupp - Modifies provisions of the Missouri Energy Efficiency Investment Act

SB 425 - Sifton - Indexes the Historic Preservation tax credit cap to inflation

SB 458 - Holsman - Modifies provisions of the Missouri Energy Efficiency and Investment Act

Holidays and Observances (15)

SB 256 - Sater - Designates "Law Enforcement Recognition Week"

SB 438 - Holsman - Designates the month of February as “Earthquake Awareness Month”

SB 487 - Curls - Designates each month of April as "Parliamentary Law Month"

SCR 12 - Sater - Designates the second Saturday in June as Law Enforcement Recognition Week in Missouri

SCR 13 - Sater - Declares every February 6th as Ronald Reagan Day in Missouri

SCR 15 - Hoskins - Designates August 21, 2017, as "Total Eclipse Day" in the state of Missouri

SCR 23 - Curls - Designates each month of April as "Parliamentary Law Month"

SCR 24 - Hegeman - Designates November 2017 as Diabetes and Cardiovascular Awareness Month

HB 28 - Pike - Designates each November as "Diabetes Awareness Month" in Missouri

HB 49 - Roeber - Designates each month of April as "Parliamentary Law Month"

HB 183 - Franks Jr. - Designates every June 7th as "Christopher Harris Day"

HB 390 - Vescovo - Designates each March as "Von Willebrand Awareness Month"

HB 569 - Frederick - Establishes the Show-Me Compassionate Medical Education Day and authorizes a multicenter study into the root causes of depression among medical students

HB 915 - Ruth - Designates June 27 of each year as "Post Traumatic Stress Awareness Day" in Missouri

HCR 32 - Francis - Designates August 21, 2017, as "Total Eclipse Day" in the state of Missouri

Homeland Security (3)

SB 280 - Hoskins - Requires the Department of Revenue to issue both REAL ID compliant and noncompliant driver's licenses and identification cards

SB 361 - Hummel - Requires the Department of Revenue to issue REAL ID compliant driver's licenses and identification cards

HB 151 - Corlew - Allows the Department of Revenue to issue REAL ID compliant driver's licenses and identification cards

Hospitals (21)

SB 42 - Wallingford - Enacts provisions relating to advanced practice registered nurses

SB 50 - Walsh - Modifies several provisions relating to health care

SB 67 - Onder - Modifies provisions of law relating to abortion, including donation of fetal tissue, tissue reports, abortion reports, employee disclosure policies, and abortion facility inspections

SB 97 - Sater - Requires hospitals to adopt and implement evidence-based sepsis protocols

SB 117 - Schupp - Requires employee and volunteers of specified public and private institutions to receive an influenza vaccination every year

SB 125 - Wasson - Modifies provisions relating to the regulation of certain professions

SB 138 - Sater - Creates standards for predetermination of health care benefits requests and responses

SB 229 - Riddle - Modifies the law relating to working hours for employees at certain mental health facilities

SB 245 - Sater - Requires health carriers and health care providers to establish and participate in shared savings incentive programs

SB 387 - Curls - Modifies provisions of law relating to long-term care certificates of need

SB 410 - Schatz - Permits hospitals to employ dentists, oral and maxillofacial surgeons, and maxillofacial prosthodontists to treat certain patient conditions

SB 455 - Rowden - Modifies provisions relating to dispensing authority of physician assistants

SB 495 - Riddle - Modifies provisions relating to trauma, STEMI, and stroke centers and medical emergencies

SB 501 - Sater - Modifies provisions relating to health care

SB 518 - Emery - Modifies provisions relating to hospital licensure

SB 527 - Brown - Modifies provisions of law relating to MO HealthNet managed care

HB 58 - Haefner - Requires the Department of Health and Senior Services to establish criteria for levels of maternal and neonatal care designations

HB 193 - Kelley - Permits third class counties to repeal a property tax and impose a sales tax to fund the hospital district

HB 194 - Franklin - Modifies provisions of law relating to abortion

HB 452 - Austin - Modifies provisions regarding the liability of a health care provider for the actions of an employee

HB 780 - Hill - Establishes the State Innovation Waiver Task Force

Housing (11)

SB 22 - Chappelle-Nadal - Modifies provisions relating to contaminated homes

SB 27 - Curls - Modifies residential property receivership

SB 43 - Romine - Modifies the law relating to unlawful discrimination

SB 92 - Curls - Creates a new tax credit for first time purchasers of homes in a blighted area that will be used for owner occupancy

SB 94 - Curls - Changes the required notice to a tenant living in a foreclosed property from ten days to ninety days

SB 109 - Holsman - Modifies provisions relating to solar energy systems in certain planned communities

SB 218 - Nasheed - Establishes the Missouri Emergency Solutions Grants Program to address the problem of homelessness in Missouri

SB 338 - Schupp - Bars discrimination based on sexual orientation or gender identity

SB 398 - Romine - Enacts provisions relating to homeowners' associations

SB 417 - Chappelle-Nadal - Creates the Missouri Radon Awareness Act

HB 355 - Bahr - Prohibits a property owners' association from preventing a property owner from placing political signs on his or her property

Identity Theft and Protection (2)

SB 141 - Emery - Modifies retirement benefits for newly elected members of the General Assembly and statewide elected officials

HB 151 - Corlew - Allows the Department of Revenue to issue REAL ID compliant driver's licenses and identification cards

Immigration (1)

SB 34 - Cunningham - Modifies and creates new provisions relating to criminal offenses

Insurance - Automobile (2)

SB 223 - Schatz - Increases the minimum motor vehicle liability coverage a driver must carry for others' property when operating a motor vehicle

HB 256 - Rhoads - Removes restrictions on when amber or white lights may be used on motor vehicles and equipment performing work for the department of transportation

Insurance - General (22)

SB 192 - Wallingford - Establishes the Senior Services Growth and Development Program

SB 193 - Wallingford - Requires health insurers to update their electronic and paper dental services provider materials available to plan members and potential members

SB 213 - Rowden - Establishes requirements for certain settlement offers of tort claims which must be accepted within a specified period of time

SB 246 - Kraus - Modifies provisions of the Net Metering and Easy Connection Act

SB 303 - Wieland - Provides that insurers have the right to defend an insured without reservation before a claimant can contract to limit recovery to certain assets or insurance policies

SB 304 - Wieland - Enacts provisions relating to disclosure of insurance companies' corporate governance structure

SB 323 - Brown - Specifies when persons operating or riding a motorcycle or motortricycle must wear protective headgear

SB 336 - Wieland - Provides that the interest rate an insurance company pays upon a claim, refund, or payment under certain regulatory actions shall be the annual adjusted prime rate of interest, not to exceed 9 percent

SB 386 - Wieland - Exempts certain types of commercial insurance lines from filing requirements with respect to rates and policy forms

SB 398 - Romine - Enacts provisions relating to homeowners' associations

SB 427 - Wasson - Requires certain insurers and insurance groups to establish an internal audit function

SB 448 - Emery - Modifies provisions regarding insurance coverage of the cost to defend a claim in an administrative proceeding, proposed administrative rules affecting real property, and procedures for judicial review of action by a state agency

SB 450 - Wieland - Modifies provisions of the Missouri Preneed Funeral Contract Act

SB 502 - Munzlinger - Repeals the exemption for certain insurance holding companies involved in agricultural operations from certain reporting and examination requirements

HB 292 - Crawford - Modifies provisions relating to banks, trust companies, and other financial institutions

HB 337 - Shull - Establishes procedures relating to financial accreditation standards for insurance companies

HB 339 - DeGroot - Modifies provisions relating to settlement agreements in tort claims

HB 452 - Austin - Modifies provisions regarding the liability of a health care provider for the actions of an employee

HB 573 - McGaugh - Establishes requirements for certain settlement offers of tort claims which must be accepted within a specified period of time

HB 576 - McCaherty - Enacts provisions relating to the operation of motorcycles and motortricycles

HB 741 - Engler - Exempts certain types of commercial insurance lines from filing requirements with respect to rates, rate plans, modifications, and manuals

HCB 10 - Engler - Modifies provisions relating to insurance proceedings

Insurance - Health (18)

SB 31 - Emery - Modifies provisions relating to the collateral source rule and provides that parties may introduce evidence of the actual cost, rather than the value, of the medical care rendered

SB 138 - Sater - Creates standards for predetermination of health care benefits requests and responses

SB 141 - Emery - Modifies retirement benefits for newly elected members of the General Assembly and statewide elected officials

SB 155 - Schaaf - Modifies provisions relating to prescription drug co-payments

SB 166 - Schaaf - Transfers powers of the Missouri Consolidated Health Care Plan Board to the Office of Administration

SB 168 - Schaaf - Modifies provisions relating to health insurance discrimination

SB 192 - Wallingford - Establishes the Senior Services Growth and Development Program

SB 193 - Wallingford - Requires health insurers to update their electronic and paper dental services provider materials available to plan members and potential members

SB 194 - Wallingford - Provides that a managed care plan's network is adequate if the health carrier is accredited by the Accreditation Association for Ambulatory Health Care

SB 203 - Sifton - Creates the MO HealthNet Buy-In for Workers with Disabilities program

SB 274 - Wieland - Allows enrollment in a health benefit plan by a pregnant person under certain circumstances

SB 456 - Rowden - Enacts provisions relating to health care for individuals with physical, cognitive, emotional, mental, or developmental disabilities

SB 527 - Brown - Modifies provisions of law relating to MO HealthNet managed care

SCR 25 - Cunningham - Establishes the State Innovation Waiver Task Force

HB 95 - McGaugh - Modifies provisions relating to the collateral source rule and provides that parties may introduce evidence of the actual cost, rather than the value, of the medical care rendered

HB 174 - Hubrecht - Preempts political subdivision authority regarding abortion in specified scenarios

HB 576 - McCaherty - Enacts provisions relating to the operation of motorcycles and motortricycles

HB 780 - Hill - Establishes the State Innovation Waiver Task Force

Insurance - Life (5)

SB 141 - Emery - Modifies retirement benefits for newly elected members of the General Assembly and statewide elected officials

SB 275 - Wieland - Provides that life insurance providers may exclude coverage for suicides occurring within one year of issuance of the coverage

SB 450 - Wieland - Modifies provisions of the Missouri Preneed Funeral Contract Act

HB 336 - Shull - Provides that life insurance providers may exclude coverage for suicides occurring within one year of issuance of the coverage

HCB 10 - Engler - Modifies provisions relating to insurance proceedings

Insurance - Property (1)

SB 337 - Wieland - Allows insurers to depreciate the value of insured property by the cost expended to repair it

Insurance, Financial Institutions and Professional Registration, Department of (21)

SB 125 - Wasson - Modifies provisions relating to the regulation of certain professions

SB 138 - Sater - Creates standards for predetermination of health care benefits requests and responses

SB 162 - Romine - Establishes the Consumer Legal Funding Model Act

SB 193 - Wallingford - Requires health insurers to update their electronic and paper dental services provider materials available to plan members and potential members

SB 194 - Wallingford - Provides that a managed care plan's network is adequate if the health carrier is accredited by the Accreditation Association for Ambulatory Health Care

SB 216 - Cunningham - Creates provisions relating to the registering of roofing contractors

SB 245 - Sater - Requires health carriers and health care providers to establish and participate in shared savings incentive programs

SB 266 - Schatz - Enacts new provisions of law relating to professional employer organizations

SB 304 - Wieland - Enacts provisions relating to disclosure of insurance companies' corporate governance structure

SB 353 - Wallingford - Specifies that royalty payments to a dental franchisor by a licensee of the Dental Board operating a franchised dental office is not unlawful

SB 407 - Riddle - Licenses persons performing radiologic imaging or administering radiation therapy and establishes the Missouri Radiologic Imaging and Radiation Therapy Board of Examiners

SB 427 - Wasson - Requires certain insurers and insurance groups to establish an internal audit function

SB 429 - Rowden - Establishes legislative procedures for regulating previously unregulated professions

SB 447 - Rowden - Establishes legislative procedures for regulating previously unregulated professions

SB 501 - Sater - Modifies provisions relating to health care

SB 540 - Curls - Establishes notice procedures for potential adverse action against a State Board of Registration for the Healing Arts licensee who is delinquent on state taxes or has failed to file state income tax returns in the last three years

HB 337 - Shull - Establishes procedures relating to financial accreditation standards for insurance companies

HB 480 - Ross - Establishes guidelines for the regulation of occupations and professions not regulated by the Division of Professional Registration

HB 741 - Engler - Exempts certain types of commercial insurance lines from filing requirements with respect to rates, rate plans, modifications, and manuals

HB 780 - Hill - Establishes the State Innovation Waiver Task Force

HB 815 - Basye - Modifies provisions relating to the regulation of certain professions

Internet and E-mail (9)

SB 35 - Cunningham - Modifies public notice and hearing requirements for certain land purchases made by the Department of Natural Resources or the Commissioner of Administration on behalf of state departments

SB 159 - Dixon - Modifies provisions relating to the publication of notice of the sale of real estate

SB 175 - Schaaf - Requires that all state-owned data centers become consolidated to the State Data Center

SB 186 - Emery - Modifies the authority of local governments to offer certain communications services

SB 253 - Nasheed - Modifies the prohibition on certain use of electronic wireless communication devices while operating a motor vehicle

SB 292 - Rowden - Modifies provisions relating to ticket selling practices

SB 316 - Rowden - Creates new provisions relating to password protection

HB 247 - Alferman - Modifies provisions relating to voter approval for municipally-offered services

HB 255 - Rhoads - Modifies provisions relating to ticket selling practices

Interstate Cooperation (5)

SB 105 - Wallingford - Requires the Department of Revenue to enter into the Streamlined Sales and Use Tax Agreement

SB 280 - Hoskins - Requires the Department of Revenue to issue both REAL ID compliant and noncompliant driver's licenses and identification cards

SB 358 - Wieland - Creates new provisions relating to collective bargaining within the Bi-State Development Agency

SB 361 - Hummel - Requires the Department of Revenue to issue REAL ID compliant driver's licenses and identification cards

SB 411 - Schatz - Authorizes the addition of Franklin County to the interstate compact creating the Bi-State Metropolitan Development District

Jackson County (4)

SB 421 - Rizzo - Modifies provisions relating to the conveyance of state property

SB 488 - Kehoe - Modifies provisions relating to the conveyance of state property

SJR 17 - Kraus - Requires the Jackson County assessor to be an elected officer

HB 956 - Kidd - Authorizes the conveyance of certain state properties to certain municipalities

Judges (24)

SB 81 - Dixon - Repeals provisions stating that community service alternatives used by municipal courts must be offered at no cost to the defendant

SB 100 - Emery - Modifies Supreme Court Rule 55.03 regarding sanctions against lawyers, law firms, or parties for certain conduct

SB 128 - Dixon - Modifies various provisions regarding criminal offenses, the Attorney General, the Department of Revenue, child support and custody, trusts and estates, guardianships, judges, court surcharges, court reporter fees, and victims of crime

SB 154 - Schaaf - Establishes and defines restorative justice conferences

SB 156 - Munzlinger - Modifies provisions relating to animals

SB 157 - Dixon - Adds language to jury instructions regarding lesser included offenses

SB 158 - Dixon - Modifies admissibility of chemical test results in intoxication-related proceedings for a certain time period

SB 178 - Dixon - Creates a process to determine whether criminal offenders are predatory sexual offenders and increases penalties against predatory, prior, and persistent sexual offenders

SB 200 - Libla - Modifies provisions relating to expert witnesses

SB 221 - Riddle - Authorizes legal counsel for the Department of Mental Health to have standing in certain hearings involving a person unable to stand trial due to lack of mental fitness

SB 288 - Nasheed - Allows the circuit court in St. Louis City to collect a fee not to exceed twenty dollars, rather than fifteen, to go toward the law library

SB 289 - Nasheed - Allows tenants to terminate their lease or change the locks on the premises in certain situations of domestic violence, stalking, or sexual assault

SB 383 - Eigel - Provides that defendants in tort actions shall only be held severally liable and not jointly

SB 390 - Emery - Authorizes an additional circuit judge for the 17th Judicial Circuit

SB 465 - Emery - Modifies various provisions relating to guardianships and conservatorships

SB 512 - Dixon - Modifies various criminal offenses including assault, harassment, acceding to corruption, and driving while intoxicated and provides for a court surcharge in certain cases

SB 524 - Koenig - Requires a defendant served after the expiration of the statute of limitations for a wrongful death or a medical negligence claim to be served within one hundred twenty days after a petition has been filed

SJR 6 - Emery - Delineates procedures a court must follow when assessing a claim that the government has enforced a law that limits a person's constitutional rights

SJR 11 - Hegeman - Provides that a nonpartisan judicial commission shall submit to the governor a list of names, rather than a list of three names, to fill a judicial vacancy in a court under the nonpartisan court plan

HB 50 - Roeber - Provides that Division Twelve of the Sixteenth Judicial Circuit shall sit at the City of Independence

HB 153 - Corlew - Modifies provisions relating to expert witnesses

HB 275 - Spencer - Enacts provisions relating to transportation regulations

HB 380 - Plocher - Modifies provisions relating to traffic violations, municipal judges, and court reporter fees

HCB 1 - McGaugh - Modifies various provisions regarding criminal offenses, the Attorney General, the Department of Revenue, child support and custody, trusts and estates, guardianships, judges, court surcharges, court reporter fees, and victim's of crime

Juries (6)

SB 156 - Munzlinger - Modifies provisions relating to animals

SB 157 - Dixon - Adds language to jury instructions regarding lesser included offenses

SB 178 - Dixon - Creates a process to determine whether criminal offenders are predatory sexual offenders and increases penalties against predatory, prior, and persistent sexual offenders

SB 200 - Libla - Modifies provisions relating to expert witnesses

SB 383 - Eigel - Provides that defendants in tort actions shall only be held severally liable and not jointly

HB 153 - Corlew - Modifies provisions relating to expert witnesses

Kansas City (26)

SB 25 - Curls - Modifies provisions relating to public safety

SB 26 - Curls - Allows Kansas City to employ airport police officers

SB 62 - Hegeman - Modifies provisions regarding various pension systems and forfeiture of a pension benefit due to a felony conviction

SB 93 - Curls - Modifies the length of terms of office for certain members of the Kansas City Public School board of directors to ensure terms are staggered

SB 110 - Holsman - Modifies provisions relating to vacant nuisance properties in Kansas City

SB 111 - Hegeman - Modifies various provisions regarding bonds issued by a political subdivision, qualifications for candidates of public office, limited liability companies who own property in certain cities, public administrators, and guardianships

SB 128 - Dixon - Modifies various provisions regarding criminal offenses, the Attorney General, the Department of Revenue, child support and custody, trusts and estates, guardianships, judges, court surcharges, court reporter fees, and victims of crime

SB 137 - Curls - Specifies that Kansas City may require the registration of certain properties

SB 185 - Onder - Enacts provisions relating to transportation network companies

SB 286 - Rizzo - Modifies provisions requiring LLC's owning rental or unoccupied property in Kansas City and Independence to list a property manager with the city clerk

SB 298 - Curls - Modifies nuisance action procedures for deteriorated properties in certain cities and counties

SB 299 - Curls - Allows certain people to enter abandoned property to secure it, remove trash and graffiti, and maintain the grounds, and provides immunity from civil and criminal liability

SB 300 - Sater - Modifies provisions relating to elementary and secondary education

SB 309 - Walsh - Modifies provisions of various retirement systems and allows single noncharter county judicial circuits to collect a court surcharge

SB 365 - Curls - Modifies provisions requiring LLC's owning rental or unoccupied property in Kansas City to list a property manager with the city clerk

SB 434 - Sater - Modifies provisions relating to elementary and secondary education

SB 519 - Emery - Limits the acquisition of land in Missouri by the U.S. Government and requires statutory authorization for such land acquisitions

HB 29 - Pike - Modifies provisions of law relating to intoxicating liquor

HB 50 - Roeber - Provides that Division Twelve of the Sixteenth Judicial Circuit shall sit at the City of Independence

HB 115 - Shull - Modifies provisions relating to intoxicating liquor

HB 130 - Mathews - Enacts provisions relating to transportation network companies

HB 302 - Hill - Modifies provisions relating to emergency responders

HB 353 - Eggleston - Modifies provisions relating to elections

HB 493 - Bondon - Modifies provisions requiring LLC's owning rental or unoccupied property in certain cities

HB 587 - Redmon - Modifies provisions relating to governing bodies of schools districts

HCB 1 - McGaugh - Modifies various provisions regarding criminal offenses, the Attorney General, the Department of Revenue, child support and custody, trusts and estates, guardianships, judges, court surcharges, court reporter fees, and victim's of crime

Labor and Industrial Relations, Department of (12)

SB 20 - Brown - Repeals the law pertaining to prevailing wage

SB 29 - Sater - Modifies the law relating to prevailing wage

SB 54 - Nasheed - Creates new provisions of law relating to leave from employment

SB 69 - Schupp - Creates new provisions of law relating to leave from employment

SB 91 - Chappelle-Nadal - Modifies the minimum wage laws

SB 150 - Schupp - Modifies provisions of law relating to wages paid to employees

SB 210 - Onder - Modifies provisions relating to collective bargaining representation for public employees

SB 254 - Nasheed - Modifies the minimum wage laws

SB 268 - Schupp - Creates a right to unpaid leave for employees that are affected by domestic violence

SB 530 - Hegeman - Modifies provisions relating to the prohibition of local minimum wage laws

HB 104 - Love - Repeals provisions relating to prevailing wages on public works

HB 251 - Taylor - Creates new provisions relating to public labor organizations

Labor and Management (17)

SB 19 - Brown - Creates new provisions of law relating to labor organizations

SB 20 - Brown - Repeals the law pertaining to prevailing wage

SB 21 - Brown - Creates new provisions of law relating to labor organizations

SB 29 - Sater - Modifies the law relating to prevailing wage

SB 87 - Brown - Modifies the law relating to collective bargaining representatives

SB 91 - Chappelle-Nadal - Modifies the minimum wage laws

SB 150 - Schupp - Modifies provisions of law relating to wages paid to employees

SB 182 - Onder - Modifies provisions of law relating to project labor agreements

SB 210 - Onder - Modifies provisions relating to collective bargaining representation for public employees

SB 254 - Nasheed - Modifies the minimum wage laws

SB 358 - Wieland - Creates new provisions relating to collective bargaining within the Bi-State Development Agency

HB 91 - Rehder - Specifies that a person cannot be required to become or refrain from becoming a member of or paying dues to a labor organization as a condition or continuation of employment

HB 104 - Love - Repeals provisions relating to prevailing wages on public works

HB 111 - Mathews - Specifies the representation that collective bargaining units can provide within the bi-state development agency

HB 126 - Vescovo - Modifies provisions relating to fairness in public construction

HB 251 - Taylor - Creates new provisions relating to public labor organizations

HCR 28 - Rowland - Reaffirms Missouri's support of the services of the sheltered workshops of our state

Lakes, Rivers and Waterways (5)

SB 65 - Schatz - Exempts vessels propelled by outboard jet motors and vessels not originally manufactured with adequate guards or railing from the provisions prohibiting passengers from riding in certain areas of a boat

SB 297 - Hummel - Establishes the "Alexandra and Brayden Anderson Electric Shock Drowning Prevention Act"

SB 324 - Silvey - Expands the requirement for children to wear personal flotation devices

SB 449 - Wieland - Specifies who is eligible to be a member of a board of port authority commissioners

HB 558 - Ross - Enacts provisions relating to water safety

Landlords and Tenants (7)

SB 94 - Curls - Changes the required notice to a tenant living in a foreclosed property from ten days to ninety days

SB 234 - Libla - Repeals provisions requiring a landlord to keep security deposits in a trust

SB 286 - Rizzo - Modifies provisions requiring LLC's owning rental or unoccupied property in Kansas City and Independence to list a property manager with the city clerk

SB 289 - Nasheed - Allows tenants to terminate their lease or change the locks on the premises in certain situations of domestic violence, stalking, or sexual assault

SB 316 - Rowden - Creates new provisions relating to password protection

SB 365 - Curls - Modifies provisions requiring LLC's owning rental or unoccupied property in Kansas City to list a property manager with the city clerk

HB 493 - Bondon - Modifies provisions requiring LLC's owning rental or unoccupied property in certain cities

Law Enforcement Officers and Agencies (50)

SB 24 - Chappelle-Nadal - Modifies provisions relating to racial profiling in policing

SB 25 - Curls - Modifies provisions relating to public safety

SB 26 - Curls - Allows Kansas City to employ airport police officers

SB 34 - Cunningham - Modifies and creates new provisions relating to criminal offenses

SB 46 - Libla - Modifies provisions relating to certain crimes against emergency service providers and creates the Blue Alert System

SB 66 - Schatz - Modifies provisions of law relating to workers' compensation

SB 84 - Kraus - Restricts the use of cell site simulator devices

SB 99 - 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 124 - Wasson - Modifies provisions relating to political subdivisions

SB 156 - Munzlinger - Modifies provisions relating to animals

SB 181 - Nasheed - Requires the reporting of lost or stolen firearms

SB 198 - Schaaf - Enacts a regulatory scheme for weigh station and inspection site bypass services

SB 253 - Nasheed - Modifies the prohibition on certain use of electronic wireless communication devices while operating a motor vehicle

SB 256 - Sater - Designates "Law Enforcement Recognition Week"

SB 265 - Schatz - Creates the "Blue Alert System" for notifying the public when law enforcement officers are seriously injured or killed

SB 282 - Hegeman - Modifies provisions relating to public safety

SB 287 - Nasheed - Creates a process for reducing bias in policing

SB 289 - Nasheed - Allows tenants to terminate their lease or change the locks on the premises in certain situations of domestic violence, stalking, or sexual assault

SB 296 - Hummel - Modifies provisions relating to membership of the Police Retirement System of St. Louis as a condition of employment

SB 297 - Hummel - Establishes the "Alexandra and Brayden Anderson Electric Shock Drowning Prevention Act"

SB 301 - Wallingford - Modifies mandated reporting requirements for sexual assault victims in long-term care facilities

SB 315 - Eigel - Requires in-person notice of most traffic violations, and prohibits automated traffic enforcement and fine collection

SB 331 - Hegeman - Modifies provisions relating to the confiscation of animals

SB 332 - Hegeman - Modifies provisions relating to taxation

SB 345 - Nasheed - Creates certain policies relating to police-worn cameras, funding, and stored data

SB 363 - Chappelle-Nadal - Modifies provisions relating to long-term care facilities

SB 373 - Curls - Modifies provisions of law relating to the elderly

SB 385 - Rowden - Prohibits peer support specialists from disclosing sensitive information in most circumstances

SB 414 - Riddle - Modifies several provisions relating to the administration of public safety

SB 419 - Riddle - Requires inclusion of information on traffic stops and constitutional rights in driver training programs and information provided to first-time license recipients

SB 424 - Holsman - Defines "motorcycle profiling" and creates regulations to eliminate motorcycle profiling

SB 451 - Nasheed - Designates the Sheriff of the City of St. Louis and deputies as law enforcement officers eligible for certain training and licensure

SB 484 - Koenig - Requires the judges of the twenty-second judicial circuit to appoint the sheriff of the City of St. Louis

SB 507 - Nasheed - Allows the sheriff of the City of St. Louis to appoint deputies and assistants without the approval of a majority of circuit court judges of the City of St. Louis

SB 511 - Dixon - Creates domestic violence fatality review panels to investigate homicides involving domestic violence

SCR 12 - Sater - Designates the second Saturday in June as Law Enforcement Recognition Week in Missouri

HB 57 - Haefner - Modifies provisions relating to law enforcement

HB 181 - Phillips - Permits agents of the Conservation Commission and water patrol to enforce certain laws relating to littering and abandoning motor vehicles, and requires law enforcement officers to enforce those laws

HB 190 - Conway - Allows community college police officers to establish regulations to control vehicular traffic on any thoroughfare owned or maintained by the college

HB 199 - Fraker - Repeals a provision stating that certain officials are ineligible for the office of county treasurer and creates bonding requirements for candidates for public administrator

HB 275 - Spencer - Enacts provisions relating to transportation regulations

HB 294 - Lynch - Provides certain immunities for persons seeking medical assistance for a drug or alcohol overdose

HB 302 - Hill - Modifies provisions relating to emergency responders

HB 384 - Anderson - Modifies provisions relating to the confiscation of animals

HB 558 - Ross - Enacts provisions relating to water safety

HB 586 - Rhoads - Prohibits peer support specialists from disclosing any confidential communication properly entrusted to the counselor by law enforcement and emergency personnel while receiving counseling

HB 645 - Phillips - Allows retired police officers to return to work when a disaster or emergency has been proclaimed by the governor or there is a national disaster

HB 697 - Trent - Modifies the law regarding the Amber Alert System and establishes Hailey's Law

HB 743 - Conway - Modifies provisions relating to compensation for victims of crime

HB 831 - Baringer - Modifies provisions relating to public retirement

Liability (31)

SB 4 - Richard - Repeals certain provisions relating to venue and jurisdiction in products liability claims

SB 31 - Emery - Modifies provisions relating to the collateral source rule and provides that parties may introduce evidence of the actual cost, rather than the value, of the medical care rendered

SB 76 - Munzlinger - Prohibits private nuisance actions from being brought when the property owner has a related government issued permit

SB 88 - Brown - Establishes a two year statute of limitation for claims of malpractice or negligence against veterinarians

SB 128 - Dixon - Modifies various provisions regarding criminal offenses, the Attorney General, the Department of Revenue, child support and custody, trusts and estates, guardianships, judges, court surcharges, court reporter fees, and victims of crime

SB 171 - Dixon - Modifies provisions relating to trust protectors and adds circumstances in which a no-contest clause in an irrevocable trust is not enforceable

SB 213 - Rowden - Establishes requirements for certain settlement offers of tort claims which must be accepted within a specified period of time

SB 220 - Riddle - Provides that a person who is injured by a product has 10 years after the sale or lease of the product to bring a suit for damages

SB 237 - Rowden - Modifies definitions of "employee" and "physician employee" as used in provisions relating to actions against health care providers for personal injury or death

SB 259 - Munzlinger - Amends Supreme Court Rule 52.12 to prohibit intervention in a tort action when jurisdiction and venue cannot be independently established

SB 289 - Nasheed - Allows tenants to terminate their lease or change the locks on the premises in certain situations of domestic violence, stalking, or sexual assault

SB 298 - Curls - Modifies nuisance action procedures for deteriorated properties in certain cities and counties

SB 303 - Wieland - Provides that insurers have the right to defend an insured without reservation before a claimant can contract to limit recovery to certain assets or insurance policies

SB 321 - Hegeman - Allows evidence of failure to wear a seatbelt for comparative negligence or to mitigate damages in actions for damages

SB 347 - Kraus - Establishes procedures for a claimant in an action for damages due to asbestos exposure to disclose additional claims the claimant has filed with an asbestos trust

SB 383 - Eigel - Provides that defendants in tort actions shall only be held severally liable and not jointly

SB 391 - Munzlinger - Specifies that a commercial motor vehicle's use of a specially-designated route shall not be deemed a nuisance or evidence of a nuisance

SB 493 - Hegeman - Authorizes a health care decision-maker to make health care decisions for an incapacitated patient

SB 524 - Koenig - Requires a defendant served after the expiration of the statute of limitations for a wrongful death or a medical negligence claim to be served within one hundred twenty days after a petition has been filed

HB 95 - McGaugh - Modifies provisions relating to the collateral source rule and provides that parties may introduce evidence of the actual cost, rather than the value, of the medical care rendered

HB 144 - McGaugh - Authorizes a health care decision-maker to make health care decisions for an incapacitated patient, changes the fees for the retrieval of health care records, and allows the disclosure of such records to certain persons

HB 159 - McGaugh - Establishes a two year statute of limitation for claims of malpractice or negligence against veterinarians

HB 227 - Hubrecht - Establishes the Psychology Interjurisdictional Compact

HB 294 - Lynch - Provides certain immunities for persons seeking medical assistance for a drug or alcohol overdose

HB 339 - DeGroot - Modifies provisions relating to settlement agreements in tort claims

HB 452 - Austin - Modifies provisions regarding the liability of a health care provider for the actions of an employee

HB 460 - Kolkmeyer - Modifies provisions relating to civil procedure for joinder, intervention, and venue in civil actions

HB 571 - Engler - Modifies provisions relating to natural resources

HB 573 - McGaugh - Establishes requirements for certain settlement offers of tort claims which must be accepted within a specified period of time

HB 662 - Rone - Allows the Department of Agriculture to assess civil penalties for the use of a herbicide for a crop for which the herbicide was not labeled for use

HCB 1 - McGaugh - Modifies various provisions regarding criminal offenses, the Attorney General, the Department of Revenue, child support and custody, trusts and estates, guardianships, judges, court surcharges, court reporter fees, and victim's of crime

Libraries and Archives (2)

SB 112 - Schatz - Modifies provisions relating to political subdivisions

HB 568 - Tate - Modifies provisions relating to actions of county commissions

Licenses - Driver's (10)

SB 37 - Silvey - Allows the Department of Revenue to issue REAL ID compliant driver's licenses and identification cards

SB 244 - Rowden - Allows the Department of Revenue to issue REAL ID compliant driver's licenses and identification cards

SB 279 - Kraus - Adds certain forms to the list of documents sufficient to demonstrate eligibility for a veteran designation on an applicant's driver's license or non-driver identification card

SB 280 - Hoskins - Requires the Department of Revenue to issue both REAL ID compliant and noncompliant driver's licenses and identification cards

SB 361 - Hummel - Requires the Department of Revenue to issue REAL ID compliant driver's licenses and identification cards

SB 474 - Schatz - Specifies circumstances under which an employment variance may be granted to an ignition interlock device requirement

SR 270 - Kraus - Urges Congress to repeal the REAL ID Act of 2005

HB 35 - Plocher - Modifies admissibility of chemical test results in intoxication related proceedings

HB 151 - Corlew - Allows the Department of Revenue to issue REAL ID compliant driver's licenses and identification cards

HB 576 - McCaherty - Enacts provisions relating to the operation of motorcycles and motortricycles

Licenses - Liquor and Beer (3)

SB 239 - Rowden - Modifies certain provisions relating to licensure for the distribution and sale of alcohol

SB 271 - Wasson - Allows operators of recreational resorts to distill and sell liquor produced near those resorts without purchasing that liquor from a distributor

SB 359 - Hoskins - Modifies provisions relating to the promotion and sale of alcoholic beverages

Licenses - Miscellaneous (17)

SB 9 - Munzlinger - Allows those licensed by the Department of Agriculture to grow and handle industrial hemp

SB 37 - Silvey - Allows the Department of Revenue to issue REAL ID compliant driver's licenses and identification cards

SB 76 - Munzlinger - Prohibits private nuisance actions from being brought when the property owner has a related government issued permit

SB 120 - Schaaf - Allows those licensed by the Department of Agriculture to grow and handle industrial hemp

SB 152 - Schupp - Modifies provisions relating to the sale of firearms by licensed dealers

SB 153 - Schaaf - Permits the use of medical marijuana for the treatment of certain impairments

SB 185 - Onder - Enacts provisions relating to transportation network companies

SB 244 - Rowden - Allows the Department of Revenue to issue REAL ID compliant driver's licenses and identification cards

SB 280 - Hoskins - Requires the Department of Revenue to issue both REAL ID compliant and noncompliant driver's licenses and identification cards

SB 361 - Hummel - Requires the Department of Revenue to issue REAL ID compliant driver's licenses and identification cards

SB 371 - Schaaf - Permits the use of hemp oil for the treatment of certain impairments

SB 492 - Hegeman - Modifies provisions relating to motor vehicle dealers

SB 539 - Chappelle-Nadal - Creates a process by which courts may issue a certificate of exemplary conduct and good moral character to certain offenders

HB 130 - Mathews - Enacts provisions relating to transportation network companies

HB 151 - Corlew - Allows the Department of Revenue to issue REAL ID compliant driver's licenses and identification cards

HB 662 - Rone - Allows the Department of Agriculture to assess civil penalties for the use of a herbicide for a crop for which the herbicide was not labeled for use

HB 746 - Crawford - Changes the laws regarding residential mortgage loan brokers

Licenses - Motor Vehicle (10)

SB 85 - Kraus - Restricts the storage and use as evidence of data collected through automated license plate reader systems by government entities

SB 131 - Kraus - Requires only one motor vehicle license plate unless the owner is eligible to receive a second plate

SB 172 - Romine - Modifies titles that may be issued for motor vehicles previously issued a junking certificate

SB 222 - Riddle - Modifies provisions relating to motorized vehicles

SB 225 - Schatz - Modifies provisions relating to transportation

SB 323 - Brown - Specifies when persons operating or riding a motorcycle or motortricycle must wear protective headgear

SB 419 - Riddle - Requires inclusion of information on traffic stops and constitutional rights in driver training programs and information provided to first-time license recipients

SB 439 - Riddle - Provides that certain applicants need only furnish proof of their disability one time to receive or renew a disabled veteran license plate bearing a wheelchair accessibility symbol

HB 225 - Shumake - Allows camping trailers more than twenty-five years old to be permanently registered and be issued historic trailer license plates

HB 805 - Basye - Modifies provisions relating to combat decoration license plate recognition

Liens (3)

SB 27 - Curls - Modifies residential property receivership

SB 269 - Cunningham - Creates and funds the Department of Revenue Technology Fund through an administrative fee for notice of lien processing

SB 398 - Romine - Enacts provisions relating to homeowners' associations

Lobbying (7)

SB 2 - Schaaf - Modifies provisions relating to lobbyists

SB 3 - Schaaf - Modifies provisions relating to the waiting period before certain public officials can become lobbyists

SB 59 - Sifton - Imposes a gift ban for the members of the General Assembly and their candidate committees

SB 202 - Rowden - Modifies provisions relating to lobbyist expenditures

SB 305 - Kehoe - Modifies provisions relating to lobbyist expenditures

HB 60 - Alferman - Changes the laws regarding lobbyist expenditures

HB 229 - Dogan - Prohibits lobbyists from giving gifts to local government officials, with an exception for group gifts

Lotteries (1)

SB 452 - Hoskins - Creates the Missouri Video Lottery Control Act

Manufactured Housing (1)

SB 479 - Kraus - Modifies provisions relating to sales taxes on manufactured homes

Marriage and Divorce (5)

SB 124 - Wasson - Modifies provisions relating to political subdivisions

SB 170 - Dixon - Modifies provisions regarding qualified spousal trusts

SB 200 - Libla - Modifies provisions relating to expert witnesses

HB 153 - Corlew - Modifies provisions relating to expert witnesses

HB 270 - Evans - Modifies the law regarding the age of individuals entering a marriage

Medicaid/MO Healthnet (8)

SB 28 - Sater - Requires the Department of Social Services to apply for a global waiver for MO HealthNet

SB 70 - Schupp - Provides for the expansion of MO HealthNet services beginning January 1, 2018

SB 203 - Sifton - Creates the MO HealthNet Buy-In for Workers with Disabilities program

SB 263 - Riddle - Requires licensed chiropractors to be reimbursed for the provision of MO HealthNet services

SB 433 - Sater - Modifies and creates provisions relating to the MO HealthNet pharmacy program

SB 526 - Brown - Modifies provisions relating to consumer-directed services in the MO HealthNet program

SB 527 - Brown - Modifies provisions of law relating to MO HealthNet managed care

HB 209 - Wiemann - Requires licensed chiropractors to be reimbursed for the provision of MO HealthNet services

Medical Procedures and Personnel (18)

SB 42 - Wallingford - Enacts provisions relating to advanced practice registered nurses

SB 67 - Onder - Modifies provisions of law relating to abortion, including donation of fetal tissue, tissue reports, abortion reports, employee disclosure policies, and abortion facility inspections

SB 71 - Schupp - Modifies several provisions relating to abortion, including the 72-hour waiting period, physician privileges, and ambulatory surgical center requirements

SB 96 - Sater - Prohibits certain selective abortions relating to sex, race, or Down Syndrome

SB 245 - Sater - Requires health carriers and health care providers to establish and participate in shared savings incentive programs

SB 263 - Riddle - Requires licensed chiropractors to be reimbursed for the provision of MO HealthNet services

SB 408 - Koenig - Requires the use of a fetal heartbeat detection test prior to an abortion and prohibits an abortion if a fetal heartbeat is detected

SB 410 - Schatz - Permits hospitals to employ dentists, oral and maxillofacial surgeons, and maxillofacial prosthodontists to treat certain patient conditions

SB 418 - Hegeman - Modifies certain provisions relating to emergency medical services

SB 432 - Koenig - Modifies provisions of law relating to custody of in vitro human embryos

SB 455 - Rowden - Modifies provisions relating to dispensing authority of physician assistants

SB 508 - Nasheed - Specifies that the Regional Taxicab Commission shall not have the authority to regulate medical transportation

SB 538 - Chappelle-Nadal - Prohibits the use of a vaccine containing mercury as administered to a child or adult in Missouri

HB 66 - Ruth - Expands the newborn screening requirements to include spinal muscular atrophy and Hunter syndrome

HB 121 - Frederick - Modifies the Health Professional Student Loan and Loan Repayment Program regarding primary care physicians

HB 194 - Franklin - Modifies provisions of law relating to abortion

HB 209 - Wiemann - Requires licensed chiropractors to be reimbursed for the provision of MO HealthNet services

HB 302 - Hill - Modifies provisions relating to emergency responders

Mental Health (17)

SB 52 - Nasheed - Creates several provisions relating to suicide awareness and prevention

SB 104 - Wallingford - Modifies procedures in guardianship and conservator proceedings for incapacitated or disabled persons

SB 221 - Riddle - Authorizes legal counsel for the Department of Mental Health to have standing in certain hearings involving a person unable to stand trial due to lack of mental fitness

SB 229 - Riddle - Modifies the law relating to working hours for employees at certain mental health facilities

SB 335 - Hoskins - Modifies the definition of a service dog

SB 374 - Hummel - Modifies the penalties for any person whose animal chases, harasses, or otherwise prevents a service dog from carrying out its duties

SB 456 - Rowden - Enacts provisions relating to health care for individuals with physical, cognitive, emotional, mental, or developmental disabilities

SB 462 - Sifton - Establishes the Psychology Interjurisdictional Compact

SB 482 - Sifton - Prohibits discrimination by certain public officials between licensed professional counselors and other mental health professionals

SB 490 - Schupp - Requires certain health care professionals to complete two hours of suicide prevention training as a condition of initial licensure and as a condition of license renewal

SB 531 - Hoskins - Provides for patient due process for persons receiving services from the Division of Developmental Disabilities

SB 532 - Hoskins - Modifies provisions relating to Department of Mental Health inspections

SCR 17 - Curls - Urges a commitment to equal rights for people with cognitive disabilities to access technology and information

HB 227 - Hubrecht - Establishes the Psychology Interjurisdictional Compact

HB 262 - Sommer - Modifies the definition of a service dog

HB 569 - Frederick - Establishes the Show-Me Compassionate Medical Education Day and authorizes a multicenter study into the root causes of depression among medical students

HB 915 - Ruth - Designates June 27 of each year as "Post Traumatic Stress Awareness Day" in Missouri

Mental Health, Department of (6)

SB 128 - Dixon - Modifies various provisions regarding criminal offenses, the Attorney General, the Department of Revenue, child support and custody, trusts and estates, guardianships, judges, court surcharges, court reporter fees, and victims of crime

SB 221 - Riddle - Authorizes legal counsel for the Department of Mental Health to have standing in certain hearings involving a person unable to stand trial due to lack of mental fitness

SB 229 - Riddle - Modifies the law relating to working hours for employees at certain mental health facilities

SB 531 - Hoskins - Provides for patient due process for persons receiving services from the Division of Developmental Disabilities

SB 532 - Hoskins - Modifies provisions relating to Department of Mental Health inspections

HCB 1 - McGaugh - Modifies various provisions regarding criminal offenses, the Attorney General, the Department of Revenue, child support and custody, trusts and estates, guardianships, judges, court surcharges, court reporter fees, and victim's of crime

Merchandising Practices (7)

SB 4 - Richard - Repeals certain provisions relating to venue and jurisdiction in products liability claims

SB 5 - Richard - Modifies provisions relating to tort actions specifically unlawful merchandising practices, products liability claims, and venue requirements

SB 162 - Romine - Establishes the Consumer Legal Funding Model Act

SB 329 - Kehoe - Modifies provisions relating to motor vehicle franchise practices

SB 367 - Rowden - Applies all current motorcycle and all-terrain vehicle franchise practice provisions to "powersport vehicles"

HB 255 - Rhoads - Modifies provisions relating to ticket selling practices

HB 433 - Cornejo - Modifies provisions relating to intoxicating liquor

Military Affairs (8)

SB 108 - Romine - Grants reemployment rights to members of the military

SCR 2 - Emery - Urges the federal government to return certain lands to western states where such lands are located

SCR 16 - Sater - Recognizes the Gold Star Families Memorial Monument on the College of the Ozarks campus as the official Gold Star Families Memorial Monument of Missouri

SCR 18 - Wallingford - Urges the Defense POW/MIA Accounting Agency to prioritze resolving the cases of 15 Missourians from the Vietnam War whose status is presumptive finding of death

HB 805 - Basye - Modifies provisions relating to combat decoration license plate recognition

HB 850 - Davis - Modifies the complaint process for members of the state military forces

HB 871 - Davis - Renames the Missouri reserve military force the Missouri state defense force

HCR 35 - Hurst - Urges the Defense POW/MIA Accounting Agency to prioritize the cases of the 15 Missourians from the Vietnam War whose status remains presumptive finding of death

Mining and Oil and Gas Production (2)

SB 293 - Romine - Modifies the per ton fee that is paid to the Division of Fire Safety for the use of explosives under the Missouri Blasting Safety Act

SB 515 - Munzlinger - Extends the period during which an annual fee shall be collected from businesses dealing in petroleum products

Minorities (2)

SB 24 - Chappelle-Nadal - Modifies provisions relating to racial profiling in policing

SB 287 - Nasheed - Creates a process for reducing bias in policing

Mortgages and Deeds (9)

SB 109 - Holsman - Modifies provisions relating to solar energy systems in certain planned communities

SB 135 - Curls - Repeals provisions regarding nonjudicial foreclosure proceedings and requires all foreclosure proceedings to be handled judicially

SB 159 - Dixon - Modifies provisions relating to the publication of notice of the sale of real estate

SB 398 - Romine - Enacts provisions relating to homeowners' associations

SB 422 - Cunningham - Modifies provisions relating to residential mortgage loan brokers

SB 444 - Rowden - Establishes the First-Time Home Buyer Savings Account Act and a corresponding income tax deduction

HB 292 - Crawford - Modifies provisions relating to banks, trust companies, and other financial institutions

HB 303 - Mathews - Creates the offense of filing false documents

HB 746 - Crawford - Changes the laws regarding residential mortgage loan brokers

Motels and Hotels (1)

HB 608 - Anderson - Modifies provisions relating to residential dwelling rentals

Motor Carriers (11)

SB 8 - Munzlinger - Enacts provisions relating to transportation

SB 185 - Onder - Enacts provisions relating to transportation network companies

SB 198 - Schaaf - Enacts a regulatory scheme for weigh station and inspection site bypass services

SB 225 - Schatz - Modifies provisions relating to transportation

SB 243 - Hegeman - Modifies provisions relating to following distance for vehicles using a connected braking system

SB 391 - Munzlinger - Specifies that a commercial motor vehicle's use of a specially-designated route shall not be deemed a nuisance or evidence of a nuisance

SB 399 - Romine - Modifies provisions relating to transportation

HB 130 - Mathews - Enacts provisions relating to transportation network companies

HB 256 - Rhoads - Removes restrictions on when amber or white lights may be used on motor vehicles and equipment performing work for the department of transportation

HB 293 - Higdon - Prohibits use of hand-held electronic wireless communications devices by persons transporting passengers in motor vehicles for compensation

HB 542 - Korman - Modifies provisions relating to compliance with federal transportation laws

Motor Fuel (7)

SB 8 - Munzlinger - Enacts provisions relating to transportation

SB 399 - Romine - Modifies provisions relating to transportation

SB 435 - Cunningham - Establishes a motor fuel tax on propane fuel used to propel motor vehicles

SB 461 - Holsman - Extends the sunset on the Alternative Fuel Vehicle Refueling Property and Electric Vehicle Recharging Property tax credit

SB 515 - Munzlinger - Extends the period during which an annual fee shall be collected from businesses dealing in petroleum products

SJR 3 - Schaaf - Amends the Constitution to modify state highway maintenance by instituting a motor fuel tax and restoring certain state highways to local control

HB 694 - Redmon - Establishes a motor fuel tax on propane fuel used to propel motor vehicles

Motor Vehicles (41)

SB 8 - Munzlinger - Enacts provisions relating to transportation

SB 61 - Hegeman - Modifies provisions regulating the use of flashing lights by certain stationary vehicles on roads

SB 85 - Kraus - Restricts the storage and use as evidence of data collected through automated license plate reader systems by government entities

SB 131 - Kraus - Requires only one motor vehicle license plate unless the owner is eligible to receive a second plate

SB 165 - Schupp - Applies ban on using cell phones for text messaging while driving a motor vehicle to all drivers

SB 172 - Romine - Modifies titles that may be issued for motor vehicles previously issued a junking certificate

SB 187 - Hegeman - Adds stationary utility vehicles to the list of vehicles requiring drivers of motor vehicles to proceed with caution upon approach

SB 198 - Schaaf - Enacts a regulatory scheme for weigh station and inspection site bypass services

SB 222 - Riddle - Modifies provisions relating to motorized vehicles

SB 223 - Schatz - Increases the minimum motor vehicle liability coverage a driver must carry for others' property when operating a motor vehicle

SB 225 - Schatz - Modifies provisions relating to transportation

SB 243 - Hegeman - Modifies provisions relating to following distance for vehicles using a connected braking system

SB 253 - Nasheed - Modifies the prohibition on certain use of electronic wireless communication devices while operating a motor vehicle

SB 269 - Cunningham - Creates and funds the Department of Revenue Technology Fund through an administrative fee for notice of lien processing

SB 315 - Eigel - Requires in-person notice of most traffic violations, and prohibits automated traffic enforcement and fine collection

SB 323 - Brown - Specifies when persons operating or riding a motorcycle or motortricycle must wear protective headgear

SB 329 - Kehoe - Modifies provisions relating to motor vehicle franchise practices

SB 367 - Rowden - Applies all current motorcycle and all-terrain vehicle franchise practice provisions to "powersport vehicles"

SB 379 - Schatz - Modifies the definition of "autocycle" and modifies certain safety requirements for autocycles

SB 391 - Munzlinger - Specifies that a commercial motor vehicle's use of a specially-designated route shall not be deemed a nuisance or evidence of a nuisance

SB 399 - Romine - Modifies provisions relating to transportation

SB 419 - Riddle - Requires inclusion of information on traffic stops and constitutional rights in driver training programs and information provided to first-time license recipients

SB 420 - Riddle - Provides that a motorcycle, motortricycle, or motorized bicycle may be operated on the shoulder of a roadway under certain circumstances

SB 474 - Schatz - Specifies circumstances under which an employment variance may be granted to an ignition interlock device requirement

SB 483 - Holsman - Adds a requirement for motor vehicles to stop at railroad tracks when on-track equipment other than a train is approaching

SB 492 - Hegeman - Modifies provisions relating to motor vehicle dealers

SB 508 - Nasheed - Specifies that the Regional Taxicab Commission shall not have the authority to regulate medical transportation

SB 510 - Dixon - Modifies provisions relating to operation of motor vehicles

SB 522 - Sifton - Requires school buses to be equipped with safety belts

HB 35 - Plocher - Modifies admissibility of chemical test results in intoxication related proceedings

HB 85 - Redmon - Adds utility vehicles to the list of vehicles covered under the "Move Over Law"

HB 225 - Shumake - Allows camping trailers more than twenty-five years old to be permanently registered and be issued historic trailer license plates

HB 256 - Rhoads - Removes restrictions on when amber or white lights may be used on motor vehicles and equipment performing work for the department of transportation

HB 275 - Spencer - Enacts provisions relating to transportation regulations

HB 293 - Higdon - Prohibits use of hand-held electronic wireless communications devices by persons transporting passengers in motor vehicles for compensation

HB 542 - Korman - Modifies provisions relating to compliance with federal transportation laws

HB 576 - McCaherty - Enacts provisions relating to the operation of motorcycles and motortricycles

HB 631 - Redmon - Modifies medical endorsement requirements for school bus drivers

HB 664 - Korman - Modifies provisions relating to vehicle lighting equipment

HB 805 - Basye - Modifies provisions relating to combat decoration license plate recognition

HB 824 - Reiboldt - Modifies the definition of autocycle

National Guard (4)

SB 108 - Romine - Grants reemployment rights to members of the military

SB 144 - Wallingford - Allows members of the National Guard and reserve components of the Armed Forces to deduct military income from their Missouri adjusted gross income

SB 225 - Schatz - Modifies provisions relating to transportation

SB 279 - Kraus - Adds certain forms to the list of documents sufficient to demonstrate eligibility for a veteran designation on an applicant's driver's license or non-driver identification card

Natural Resources, Department of (17)

SB 22 - Chappelle-Nadal - Modifies provisions relating to contaminated homes

SB 35 - Cunningham - Modifies public notice and hearing requirements for certain land purchases made by the Department of Natural Resources or the Commissioner of Administration on behalf of state departments

SB 36 - Cunningham - Removes a property tax exemption for real property belonging to the Missouri Department of Natural Resources

SB 76 - Munzlinger - Prohibits private nuisance actions from being brought when the property owner has a related government issued permit

SB 145 - Wallingford - Modifies provisions relating to very small water and sewer corporations

SB 184 - Emery - Modifies provisions relating to water and sewer corporations

SB 251 - Kehoe - Requires the Division of State Parks to maintain the fence coinciding with the boundary between individual landowner property and the historic Missouri Rock Island Railroad Corridor

SB 294 - Romine - Renames "Jay Nixon State Park" to "Proffitt Mountain State Park"

SB 368 - Rowden - Prohibits financial information submitted to the Department of Natural Resources from being subject to public disclosure

SB 382 - Riddle - Modifies provisions relating to state parks

SB 438 - Holsman - Designates the month of February as “Earthquake Awareness Month”

SB 489 - Schatz - Requires the Missouri Hazardous Waste Commission to promulgate rules and regulation for coal combustion residual units in lieu of federal solid waste regulations by June 1, 2018

SB 525 - Riddle - Extends the expiration of the lead-acid battery fee from December 31, 2018 to December 31, 2023

SB 528 - Hegeman - Changes the maximum amount of a grant that may be issued by the Department of Natural Resources for financing certain utility projects from $1,400 per connection to $3,000 per connection

HB 571 - Engler - Modifies provisions relating to natural resources

HB 698 - Pietzman - Modifies provisions relating to maintaining state parks

HB 956 - Kidd - Authorizes the conveyance of certain state properties to certain municipalities

Newspapers and Publications (3)

SB 35 - Cunningham - Modifies public notice and hearing requirements for certain land purchases made by the Department of Natural Resources or the Commissioner of Administration on behalf of state departments

SB 47 - Libla - Allows legally required notice to be published on a website to be established and maintained by the Secretary of State

SB 159 - Dixon - Modifies provisions relating to the publication of notice of the sale of real estate

Nurses (6)

SB 42 - Wallingford - Enacts provisions relating to advanced practice registered nurses

SB 72 - Schaaf - Provides that certain health care providers may have their professional licenses disciplined for failure to follow the CDC Guideline for Prescribing Opioids

SB 125 - Wasson - Modifies provisions relating to the regulation of certain professions

SB 501 - Sater - Modifies provisions relating to health care

SB 536 - Wallingford - Modifies membership of the Missouri State Board of Nursing

HB 815 - Basye - Modifies provisions relating to the regulation of certain professions

Nursing Homes and Long-term Care Facilities (10)

SB 103 - Wallingford - Requires elder abuse investigators to provide specified written materials to alleged perpetrators

SB 116 - Schupp - Allows a tax credit for certain long-term care facilities for a portion of the costs of upgrading emergency generators

SB 117 - Schupp - Requires employee and volunteers of specified public and private institutions to receive an influenza vaccination every year

SB 301 - Wallingford - Modifies mandated reporting requirements for sexual assault victims in long-term care facilities

SB 334 - Sater - Modifies provisions relating to public health and insurance

SB 363 - Chappelle-Nadal - Modifies provisions relating to long-term care facilities

SB 373 - Curls - Modifies provisions of law relating to the elderly

SB 387 - Curls - Modifies provisions of law relating to long-term care certificates of need

SB 501 - Sater - Modifies provisions relating to health care

HB 815 - Basye - Modifies provisions relating to the regulation of certain professions

Parks and Recreation (6)

SB 251 - Kehoe - Requires the Division of State Parks to maintain the fence coinciding with the boundary between individual landowner property and the historic Missouri Rock Island Railroad Corridor

SB 294 - Romine - Renames "Jay Nixon State Park" to "Proffitt Mountain State Park"

SB 382 - Riddle - Modifies provisions relating to state parks

SB 519 - Emery - Limits the acquisition of land in Missouri by the U.S. Government and requires statutory authorization for such land acquisitions

SCR 2 - Emery - Urges the federal government to return certain lands to western states where such lands are located

HB 698 - Pietzman - Modifies provisions relating to maintaining state parks

Pharmacy (14)

SB 56 - Holsman - Allows marijuana to be produced, distributed, and consumed for medicinal purposes

SB 74 - Schaaf - Establishes a Prescription Drug Monitoring Act

SB 139 - Sater - Modifies provisions relating to health care

SB 153 - Schaaf - Permits the use of medical marijuana for the treatment of certain impairments

SB 155 - Schaaf - Modifies provisions relating to prescription drug co-payments

SB 231 - Schatz - Establishes the Narcotics Control Act

SB 312 - Wasson - Modifies a provision relating to maintenance medication filled by pharmacists

SB 314 - Schatz - Establishes the Narcotics Control Act

SB 340 - Schupp - Establishes the Narcotics Control Act

SB 371 - Schaaf - Permits the use of hemp oil for the treatment of certain impairments

SB 433 - Sater - Modifies and creates provisions relating to the MO HealthNet pharmacy program

SB 501 - Sater - Modifies provisions relating to health care

SB 533 - Eigel - Modifies a provision relating to maintenance medication filled by pharmacists

HB 90 - Rehder - Establishes the Narcotics Control Act

Physicians (32)

SB 25 - Curls - Modifies provisions relating to public safety

SB 50 - Walsh - Modifies several provisions relating to health care

SB 67 - Onder - Modifies provisions of law relating to abortion, including donation of fetal tissue, tissue reports, abortion reports, employee disclosure policies, and abortion facility inspections

SB 71 - Schupp - Modifies several provisions relating to abortion, including the 72-hour waiting period, physician privileges, and ambulatory surgical center requirements

SB 72 - Schaaf - Provides that certain health care providers may have their professional licenses disciplined for failure to follow the CDC Guideline for Prescribing Opioids

SB 74 - Schaaf - Establishes a Prescription Drug Monitoring Act

SB 96 - Sater - Prohibits certain selective abortions relating to sex, race, or Down Syndrome

SB 125 - Wasson - Modifies provisions relating to the regulation of certain professions

SB 139 - Sater - Modifies provisions relating to health care

SB 153 - Schaaf - Permits the use of medical marijuana for the treatment of certain impairments

SB 231 - Schatz - Establishes the Narcotics Control Act

SB 263 - Riddle - Requires licensed chiropractors to be reimbursed for the provision of MO HealthNet services

SB 312 - Wasson - Modifies a provision relating to maintenance medication filled by pharmacists

SB 314 - Schatz - Establishes the Narcotics Control Act

SB 317 - Sater - Modifies provisions relating to physician referral to physical therapists

SB 340 - Schupp - Establishes the Narcotics Control Act

SB 371 - Schaaf - Permits the use of hemp oil for the treatment of certain impairments

SB 375 - Hoskins - Changes the law regarding consent for a minor to obtain an abortion

SB 407 - Riddle - Licenses persons performing radiologic imaging or administering radiation therapy and establishes the Missouri Radiologic Imaging and Radiation Therapy Board of Examiners

SB 455 - Rowden - Modifies provisions relating to dispensing authority of physician assistants

SB 456 - Rowden - Enacts provisions relating to health care for individuals with physical, cognitive, emotional, mental, or developmental disabilities

SB 490 - Schupp - Requires certain health care professionals to complete two hours of suicide prevention training as a condition of initial licensure and as a condition of license renewal

SB 494 - Riddle - Modifies provisions relating to out-of-state physicians providing sports medicine services in Missouri

SB 501 - Sater - Modifies provisions relating to health care

SB 527 - Brown - Modifies provisions of law relating to MO HealthNet managed care

SB 533 - Eigel - Modifies a provision relating to maintenance medication filled by pharmacists

HB 90 - Rehder - Establishes the Narcotics Control Act

HB 121 - Frederick - Modifies the Health Professional Student Loan and Loan Repayment Program regarding primary care physicians

HB 122 - Frederick - Modifies provisions relating to out-of-state physicians providing sports medicine services in Missouri

HB 330 - Morris - Modifies the definition of "assistant physician"

HB 569 - Frederick - Establishes the Show-Me Compassionate Medical Education Day and authorizes a multicenter study into the root causes of depression among medical students

HB 815 - Basye - Modifies provisions relating to the regulation of certain professions

Planning and Zoning (6)

SB 355 - Romine - Enacts provisions relating to higher education

SB 398 - Romine - Enacts provisions relating to homeowners' associations

SB 460 - Holsman - Modifies provisions relating to the selection of chairpersons for zoning or planning commissions

SB 529 - Hegeman - WITHDRAWN

HB 647 - Fitzpatrick - Enacts provisions relating to county roads

HB 719 - Rhoads - Classifies sawmills and planning mills as agricultural property for property zoning purposes

Political Parties (1)

SB 48 - Libla - WITHDRAWN

Political Subdivisions (47)

SB 8 - Munzlinger - Enacts provisions relating to transportation

SB 30 - Sater - Enacts provisions to political subdivisions

SB 77 - Munzlinger - Prohibits political subdivisions from adopting ordinances relating to the labeling, cultivation, or use of seed, fertilizers, or soil conditioners

SB 81 - Dixon - Repeals provisions stating that community service alternatives used by municipal courts must be offered at no cost to the defendant

SB 111 - Hegeman - Modifies various provisions regarding bonds issued by a political subdivision, qualifications for candidates of public office, limited liability companies who own property in certain cities, public administrators, and guardianships

SB 112 - Schatz - Modifies provisions relating to political subdivisions

SB 114 - Schatz - Modifies provisions relating to political subdivisions

SB 124 - Wasson - Modifies provisions relating to political subdivisions

SB 134 - Chappelle-Nadal - Enacts various provisions relating to political subdivisions

SB 146 - Romine - Modifies several provisions relating to political subdivisions

SB 149 - Schatz - Requires a political subdivision to notify voters that a proposed increase in the property tax rate ceiling may be adjusted if there is a subsequent decrease in the amount of assessed valuation from the previous assessment

SB 182 - Onder - Modifies provisions of law relating to project labor agreements

SB 240 - Schatz - Creates a statewide license for electrical contractors

SB 273 - Wasson - Allows municipalities to enter into loan agreements, or sell, lease, or mortgage municipal property for a technology business facility project

SB 283 - Hegeman - Enacts provisions relating to political subdivisions

SB 310 - Wasson - Modifies the authority of political subdivisions to enact or enforce restrictions on residential dwelling rentals

SB 315 - Eigel - Requires in-person notice of most traffic violations, and prohibits automated traffic enforcement and fine collection

SB 320 - Hummel - Creates a statewide certificate for electrical contractors

SB 332 - Hegeman - Modifies provisions relating to taxation

SB 354 - Rowden - Modifies provisions relating to wireless communications infrastructure and the Uniform Wireless Communications Infrastructure Deployment Act

SB 357 - Wieland - Requires a tax rate ceiling adjustment after the expiration of a temporary levy increase

SB 381 - Riddle - Modifies provisions relating to reports on audits issued by the State Auditor

SB 391 - Munzlinger - Specifies that a commercial motor vehicle's use of a specially-designated route shall not be deemed a nuisance or evidence of a nuisance

SB 411 - Schatz - Authorizes the addition of Franklin County to the interstate compact creating the Bi-State Metropolitan Development District

SB 442 - Hegeman - Makes technical corrections to certain statutes relating to political subdivisions

SB 446 - Rowden - Nullifies any existing local government regulations relating to specific breeds of dogs, and prohibits local governments from enacting ordinances specific to breed

SB 449 - Wieland - Specifies who is eligible to be a member of a board of port authority commissioners

SB 469 - Schatz - Allows for an appropriation to cooperate with political subdivisions on land clearance projects related to tourism infrastructure facilities

SB 482 - Sifton - Prohibits discrimination by certain public officials between licensed professional counselors and other mental health professionals

SB 504 - Rowden - Makes technical corrections to certain statutes relating to political subdivisions

SB 530 - Hegeman - Modifies provisions relating to the prohibition of local minimum wage laws

SJR 3 - Schaaf - Amends the Constitution to modify state highway maintenance by instituting a motor fuel tax and restoring certain state highways to local control

HB 52 - Andrews - Modifies provisions relating to special road district commissioner elections

HB 126 - Vescovo - Modifies provisions relating to fairness in public construction

HB 175 - Reiboldt - Prohibits political subdivisions from adopting ordinances relating to the labeling, cultivation, or use of seed, fertilizers, or soil conditioners

HB 193 - Kelley - Permits third class counties to repeal a property tax and impose a sales tax to fund the hospital district

HB 229 - Dogan - Prohibits lobbyists from giving gifts to local government officials, with an exception for group gifts

HB 258 - Pfautsch - Creates new provisions relating to the accountability of public funds

HB 281 - Rowland - Adds St. Francois and Taney counties to a list of counties authorized to enact certain nuisance abatement ordinances

HB 353 - Eggleston - Modifies provisions relating to elections

HB 380 - Plocher - Modifies provisions relating to traffic violations, municipal judges, and court reporter fees

HB 451 - Austin - Provides that a change in population shall not remove a city, county, or political subdivision from the operation of a law

HB 608 - Anderson - Modifies provisions relating to residential dwelling rentals

HB 647 - Fitzpatrick - Enacts provisions relating to county roads

HB 656 - Rhoads - Modifies provisions relating to wireless communications infrastructure

HB 811 - Ruth - Allows a port authority to establish an advanced industrial manufacturing zone in an area within the port authority's ownership or control, and allows a port authority to expand or contract the area of an AIM zone by resolution

HB 1194 - Chipman - Prohibits political subdivisions from requiring a minimum wage that exceeds the requirements of state law

Prisons and Jails (9)

SB 163 - Romine - Prohibits two-way telecommunications devices and their component parts in correctional centers and jails

SB 180 - Nasheed - Limits the use of physical restraints on pregnant or postpartum offenders

SB 400 - Hegeman - Establishes a process for the parole of elderly offenders

SB 413 - Munzlinger - Provides that after July 1, 2018, the amount paid to counties for the local incarceration of prisoners shall not be less than one half of the amount paid to the Department of Corrections

SB 436 - Curls - Provides a process for the Parole Board to review the case histories of offenders serving more than 25 years in prison and recommend clemency or allow release on parole

SB 496 - Nasheed - Creates a procedure for creating and monitoring certificates of exemplary conduct and good moral character to certain criminal offenders

SB 509 - Dixon - Sets a maximum of fourteen days of state reimbursement to county governments who hold certain prisoners who are not charged with dangerous felonies or murder

SB 539 - Chappelle-Nadal - Creates a process by which courts may issue a certificate of exemplary conduct and good moral character to certain offenders

HB 207 - Fitzwater - Prohibits two-way telecommunications devices and their component parts in correctional centers and jails

Probation and Parole (5)

SB 177 - Dixon - Makes offenders who owe court costs or restitution, or have not fulfilled certain other conditions, ineligible for early release for earned compliance credits

SB 400 - Hegeman - Establishes a process for the parole of elderly offenders

SB 436 - Curls - Provides a process for the Parole Board to review the case histories of offenders serving more than 25 years in prison and recommend clemency or allow release on parole

SB 474 - Schatz - Specifies circumstances under which an employment variance may be granted to an ignition interlock device requirement

HB 219 - Hill - Modifies provisions relating to diversionary courts and private probation services

Professional Registration and Licensing (32)

SB 72 - Schaaf - Provides that certain health care providers may have their professional licenses disciplined for failure to follow the CDC Guideline for Prescribing Opioids

SB 125 - Wasson - Modifies provisions relating to the regulation of certain professions

SB 193 - Wallingford - Requires health insurers to update their electronic and paper dental services provider materials available to plan members and potential members

SB 216 - Cunningham - Creates provisions relating to the registering of roofing contractors

SB 227 - Koenig - Provides that the practice of cosmetology and the practice of the occupation of a barber does not include hair braiding

SB 240 - Schatz - Creates a statewide license for electrical contractors

SB 266 - Schatz - Enacts new provisions of law relating to professional employer organizations

SB 320 - Hummel - Creates a statewide certificate for electrical contractors

SB 336 - Wieland - Provides that the interest rate an insurance company pays upon a claim, refund, or payment under certain regulatory actions shall be the annual adjusted prime rate of interest, not to exceed 9 percent

SB 353 - Wallingford - Specifies that royalty payments to a dental franchisor by a licensee of the Dental Board operating a franchised dental office is not unlawful

SB 366 - Koenig - Provides that a doctoral degree from programs accredited or provisionally accredited by the Psychological Clinical Science Accreditation System are acceptable for licensure as a psychologist if the program meets certain requirements

SB 372 - Hegeman - Repeals a number of state administrative entities and transfers the duties of certain such entities to other existing administrative boards or commissions

SB 386 - Wieland - Exempts certain types of commercial insurance lines from filing requirements with respect to rates and policy forms

SB 388 - Curls - Allows the Missouri Dental Board to create and issue dental faculty permits

SB 395 - Hoskins - Modifies provisions relating to the practice of public accounting

SB 397 - Wallingford - Changes the requirements for initial licensure as a psychologist

SB 407 - Riddle - Licenses persons performing radiologic imaging or administering radiation therapy and establishes the Missouri Radiologic Imaging and Radiation Therapy Board of Examiners

SB 418 - Hegeman - Modifies certain provisions relating to emergency medical services

SB 429 - Rowden - Establishes legislative procedures for regulating previously unregulated professions

SB 447 - Rowden - Establishes legislative procedures for regulating previously unregulated professions

SB 454 - Hoskins - Modifies provisions of the Missouri Athletic Trainer Practice Act

SB 482 - Sifton - Prohibits discrimination by certain public officials between licensed professional counselors and other mental health professionals

SB 490 - Schupp - Requires certain health care professionals to complete two hours of suicide prevention training as a condition of initial licensure and as a condition of license renewal

SB 501 - Sater - Modifies provisions relating to health care

SB 540 - Curls - Establishes notice procedures for potential adverse action against a State Board of Registration for the Healing Arts licensee who is delinquent on state taxes or has failed to file state income tax returns in the last three years

HB 230 - Dogan - Provides that the practice of cosmetology and the occupation of a barber does not include hair braiding

HB 316 - Pike - Modifies the requirements for initial licensure as a psychologist

HB 330 - Morris - Modifies the definition of "assistant physician"

HB 480 - Ross - Establishes guidelines for the regulation of occupations and professions not regulated by the Division of Professional Registration

HB 557 - Ross - Removes certain application requirements for enrolling as a land surveyor-in-training and licensure as a professional land surveyor

HB 813 - Basye - Modifies provisions relating to the regulation of certain professions

HB 815 - Basye - Modifies provisions relating to the regulation of certain professions

Property, Real and Personal (52)

SB 22 - Chappelle-Nadal - Modifies provisions relating to contaminated homes

SB 27 - Curls - Modifies residential property receivership

SB 35 - Cunningham - Modifies public notice and hearing requirements for certain land purchases made by the Department of Natural Resources or the Commissioner of Administration on behalf of state departments

SB 36 - Cunningham - Removes a property tax exemption for real property belonging to the Missouri Department of Natural Resources

SB 76 - Munzlinger - Prohibits private nuisance actions from being brought when the property owner has a related government issued permit

SB 94 - Curls - Changes the required notice to a tenant living in a foreclosed property from ten days to ninety days

SB 104 - Wallingford - Modifies procedures in guardianship and conservator proceedings for incapacitated or disabled persons

SB 109 - Holsman - Modifies provisions relating to solar energy systems in certain planned communities

SB 110 - Holsman - Modifies provisions relating to vacant nuisance properties in Kansas City

SB 111 - Hegeman - Modifies various provisions regarding bonds issued by a political subdivision, qualifications for candidates of public office, limited liability companies who own property in certain cities, public administrators, and guardianships

SB 114 - Schatz - Modifies provisions relating to political subdivisions

SB 129 - Dixon - Establishes the Missouri Fiduciary Access to Digital Assets Act, which allows fiduciaries to access electronic records of the account holder

SB 135 - Curls - Repeals provisions regarding nonjudicial foreclosure proceedings and requires all foreclosure proceedings to be handled judicially

SB 137 - Curls - Specifies that Kansas City may require the registration of certain properties

SB 148 - Romine - Expands the authority of the Governor to convey easements without the approval of the General Assembly and expands the rights granted by the easements

SB 164 - Romine - Modifies the crime of animal trespass

SB 170 - Dixon - Modifies provisions regarding qualified spousal trusts

SB 171 - Dixon - Modifies provisions relating to trust protectors and adds circumstances in which a no-contest clause in an irrevocable trust is not enforceable

SB 200 - Libla - Modifies provisions relating to expert witnesses

SB 234 - Libla - Repeals provisions requiring a landlord to keep security deposits in a trust

SB 286 - Rizzo - Modifies provisions requiring LLC's owning rental or unoccupied property in Kansas City and Independence to list a property manager with the city clerk

SB 289 - Nasheed - Allows tenants to terminate their lease or change the locks on the premises in certain situations of domestic violence, stalking, or sexual assault

SB 298 - Curls - Modifies nuisance action procedures for deteriorated properties in certain cities and counties

SB 299 - Curls - Allows certain people to enter abandoned property to secure it, remove trash and graffiti, and maintain the grounds, and provides immunity from civil and criminal liability

SB 310 - Wasson - Modifies the authority of political subdivisions to enact or enforce restrictions on residential dwelling rentals

SB 332 - Hegeman - Modifies provisions relating to taxation

SB 337 - Wieland - Allows insurers to depreciate the value of insured property by the cost expended to repair it

SB 354 - Rowden - Modifies provisions relating to wireless communications infrastructure and the Uniform Wireless Communications Infrastructure Deployment Act

SB 365 - Curls - Modifies provisions requiring LLC's owning rental or unoccupied property in Kansas City to list a property manager with the city clerk

SB 370 - Munzlinger - Allows nonresidents who own at least 80 acres of real property in Missouri to only be assessed 50% of the fee for any nonresident hunting, fishing, or trapping permit

SB 382 - Riddle - Modifies provisions relating to state parks

SB 393 - Dixon - Adds the City of Springfield to the list of political subdivisions subject to certain provisions relating to property

SB 398 - Romine - Enacts provisions relating to homeowners' associations

SB 417 - Chappelle-Nadal - Creates the Missouri Radon Awareness Act

SB 421 - Rizzo - Modifies provisions relating to the conveyance of state property

SB 448 - Emery - Modifies provisions regarding insurance coverage of the cost to defend a claim in an administrative proceeding, proposed administrative rules affecting real property, and procedures for judicial review of action by a state agency

SB 465 - Emery - Modifies various provisions relating to guardianships and conservatorships

SB 470 - Cunningham - Creates new provisions relating to unclaimed property

SB 486 - Kehoe - Authorizes the conveyance of a certain state property located in Cole County to the City of Jefferson

SB 488 - Kehoe - Modifies provisions relating to the conveyance of state property

SCR 2 - Emery - Urges the federal government to return certain lands to western states where such lands are located

HB 142 - Berry - Allows telephone companies to select an alternate method of property tax assessment

HB 153 - Corlew - Modifies provisions relating to expert witnesses

HB 162 - Eggleston - Modifies the penalty for a willfully or knowingly causing excess drainage onto public roads

HB 174 - Hubrecht - Preempts political subdivision authority regarding abortion in specified scenarios

HB 355 - Bahr - Prohibits a property owners' association from preventing a property owner from placing political signs on his or her property

HB 422 - Cornejo - Adds an engagement ring, interest in a 401(k), and interest in any type of IRA to the list of exemptions in bankruptcy proceedings, and increases the value amount of property that may be exempt

HB 493 - Bondon - Modifies provisions requiring LLC's owning rental or unoccupied property in certain cities

HB 608 - Anderson - Modifies provisions relating to residential dwelling rentals

HB 719 - Rhoads - Classifies sawmills and planning mills as agricultural property for property zoning purposes

HB 956 - Kidd - Authorizes the conveyance of certain state properties to certain municipalities

HCB 1 - McGaugh - Modifies various provisions regarding criminal offenses, the Attorney General, the Department of Revenue, child support and custody, trusts and estates, guardianships, judges, court surcharges, court reporter fees, and victim's of crime

Psychologists (8)

SB 125 - Wasson - Modifies provisions relating to the regulation of certain professions

SB 366 - Koenig - Provides that a doctoral degree from programs accredited or provisionally accredited by the Psychological Clinical Science Accreditation System are acceptable for licensure as a psychologist if the program meets certain requirements

SB 397 - Wallingford - Changes the requirements for initial licensure as a psychologist

SB 456 - Rowden - Enacts provisions relating to health care for individuals with physical, cognitive, emotional, mental, or developmental disabilities

SB 462 - Sifton - Establishes the Psychology Interjurisdictional Compact

SB 482 - Sifton - Prohibits discrimination by certain public officials between licensed professional counselors and other mental health professionals

HB 227 - Hubrecht - Establishes the Psychology Interjurisdictional Compact

HB 815 - Basye - Modifies provisions relating to the regulation of certain professions

Public Assistance (13)

SB 28 - Sater - Requires the Department of Social Services to apply for a global waiver for MO HealthNet

SB 70 - Schupp - Provides for the expansion of MO HealthNet services beginning January 1, 2018

SB 139 - Sater - Modifies provisions relating to health care

SB 203 - Sifton - Creates the MO HealthNet Buy-In for Workers with Disabilities program

SB 218 - Nasheed - Establishes the Missouri Emergency Solutions Grants Program to address the problem of homelessness in Missouri

SB 373 - Curls - Modifies provisions of law relating to the elderly

SB 423 - Sater - Removes the termination date for the MO Rx Prescription Drug Program

SB 433 - Sater - Modifies and creates provisions relating to the MO HealthNet pharmacy program

SB 477 - Riddle - Modifies the Statewide Telecommunications Equipment Distribution Program to provide financial assistance for hearing aids as well as support service providers for deaf-blind children and adults

SB 526 - Brown - Modifies provisions relating to consumer-directed services in the MO HealthNet program

SCR 25 - Cunningham - Establishes the State Innovation Waiver Task Force

HB 327 - Morris - Establishes the Missouri Senior Farmers' Market Nutrition Program

HB 960 - Mathews - Establishes the Social Innovation Grant Program

Public Buildings (8)

SB 43 - Romine - Modifies the law relating to unlawful discrimination

SB 338 - Schupp - Bars discrimination based on sexual orientation or gender identity

SB 421 - Rizzo - Modifies provisions relating to the conveyance of state property

SB 486 - Kehoe - Authorizes the conveyance of a certain state property located in Cole County to the City of Jefferson

SB 488 - Kehoe - Modifies provisions relating to the conveyance of state property

HB 884 - Trent - Establishes the State Capitol Complex Commission

HB 956 - Kidd - Authorizes the conveyance of certain state properties to certain municipalities

HCR 19 - Shull - Authorizes the issuance of public bonds for half of the financing of a new conservatory building at UMKC

Public Officers (12)

SB 2 - Schaaf - Modifies provisions relating to lobbyists

SB 3 - Schaaf - Modifies provisions relating to the waiting period before certain public officials can become lobbyists

SB 111 - Hegeman - Modifies various provisions regarding bonds issued by a political subdivision, qualifications for candidates of public office, limited liability companies who own property in certain cities, public administrators, and guardianships

SB 114 - Schatz - Modifies provisions relating to political subdivisions

SB 141 - Emery - Modifies retirement benefits for newly elected members of the General Assembly and statewide elected officials

SB 143 - 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 176 - Dixon - Defines official misconduct and creates penalties

SB 202 - Rowden - Modifies provisions relating to lobbyist expenditures

SB 305 - Kehoe - Modifies provisions relating to lobbyist expenditures

SJR 5 - Emery - Requires the Senate, beginning January 1, 2019, to try all impeachments except for the impeachment of the Governor, which shall be tried by the Chief Justice of the Missouri Supreme Court

HB 229 - Dogan - Prohibits lobbyists from giving gifts to local government officials, with an exception for group gifts

HCR 4 - Bernskoetter - Disapproves the salary recommendations of the Missouri Citizens Commission on Compensation for Elected Officials

Public Records, Public Meetings (4)

SB 35 - Cunningham - Modifies public notice and hearing requirements for certain land purchases made by the Department of Natural Resources or the Commissioner of Administration on behalf of state departments

SB 345 - Nasheed - Creates certain policies relating to police-worn cameras, funding, and stored data

SB 368 - Rowden - Prohibits financial information submitted to the Department of Natural Resources from being subject to public disclosure

HB 258 - Pfautsch - Creates new provisions relating to the accountability of public funds

Public Safety, Department of (21)

SB 25 - Curls - Modifies provisions relating to public safety

SB 68 - Onder - Modifies provisions relating to victims of crime

SB 85 - Kraus - Restricts the storage and use as evidence of data collected through automated license plate reader systems by government entities

SB 211 - Wasson - Creates the Office of Resilience and Recovery within the Office of Administration

SB 265 - Schatz - Creates the "Blue Alert System" for notifying the public when law enforcement officers are seriously injured or killed

SB 293 - Romine - Modifies the per ton fee that is paid to the Division of Fire Safety for the use of explosives under the Missouri Blasting Safety Act

SB 297 - Hummel - Establishes the "Alexandra and Brayden Anderson Electric Shock Drowning Prevention Act"

SB 345 - Nasheed - Creates certain policies relating to police-worn cameras, funding, and stored data

SB 414 - Riddle - Modifies several provisions relating to the administration of public safety

SB 417 - Chappelle-Nadal - Creates the Missouri Radon Awareness Act

SB 424 - Holsman - Defines "motorcycle profiling" and creates regulations to eliminate motorcycle profiling

SB 438 - Holsman - Designates the month of February as “Earthquake Awareness Month”

HB 29 - Pike - Modifies provisions of law relating to intoxicating liquor

HB 115 - Shull - Modifies provisions relating to intoxicating liquor

HB 261 - Brown - Requires certain facilities to display a poster relating to human trafficking

HB 302 - Hill - Modifies provisions relating to emergency responders

HB 433 - Cornejo - Modifies provisions relating to intoxicating liquor

HB 558 - Ross - Enacts provisions relating to water safety

HB 571 - Engler - Modifies provisions relating to natural resources

HB 697 - Trent - Modifies the law regarding the Amber Alert System and establishes Hailey's Law

HB 1009 - Lauer - Requires the Committee for 911 Oversight to designate a State 911 Coordinator

Public Service Commission (23)

SB 57 - Holsman - Modifies the definition of "customer-generator" in the Net Metering and Easy Connection Act

SB 145 - Wallingford - Modifies provisions relating to very small water and sewer corporations

SB 184 - Emery - Modifies provisions relating to water and sewer corporations

SB 190 - Emery - Modifies provisions relating to ratemaking for public utilities

SB 214 - Emery - Modifies provisions relating to ratemaking for public utilities

SB 215 - Emery - Allows the Missouri Public Service Commission to utilize rate adjustment mechanisms otherwise not specifically authorized by statute to promote modernization and replacement of electrical corporation infrastructure

SB 232 - Schatz - Adds a provision relating to population changes in St. Louis County for purposes of water corporations collecting an infrastructure system replacement surcharge

SB 242 - Emery - Establishes the Rate Case Modernization Act

SB 246 - Kraus - Modifies provisions of the Net Metering and Easy Connection Act

SB 270 - Schaaf - Modifies provisions relating to public utilities

SB 278 - Emery - Requires that the comprehensive state energy plan be reviewed by the Division of Energy by January 1, 2019, and biennially thereafter, and updated if necessary

SB 384 - Rowden - Modifies how the Public Service Commission assesses public utilities for the costs of regulation

SB 403 - Wieland - Modifies Universal Service Fund eligibility requirements for wireless telecommunications providers providing lifeline service

SB 412 - Schupp - Modifies provisions of the Missouri Energy Efficiency Investment Act

SB 458 - Holsman - Modifies provisions of the Missouri Energy Efficiency and Investment Act

SB 459 - Holsman - Creates the Missouri Energy Freedom Act

SB 477 - Riddle - Modifies the Statewide Telecommunications Equipment Distribution Program to provide financial assistance for hearing aids as well as support service providers for deaf-blind children and adults

SB 541 - Schupp - Modifies requirements for water corporations collecting an infrastructure system replacement surcharge (ISRS) in St. Louis County

SB 542 - Schatz - Modifies the civil penalty for violating certain underground facility safety standards

SB 543 - Schatz - Modifies the civil penalty for violating federally mandated natural gas safety standards

SCR 19 - Emery - Establishes the Task Force on Retail Electric Competition and the Restructuring of the Electric Utility Industry

HB 340 - Fitzwater - Modifies provisions relating to the regulation of utilities

HB 661 - Bondon - Modifies provisions relating to energy

Railroads (5)

SB 250 - Kehoe - Exempts from property tax land that is an out-of-service rail corridor being used as a trail under federal law

SB 251 - Kehoe - Requires the Division of State Parks to maintain the fence coinciding with the boundary between individual landowner property and the historic Missouri Rock Island Railroad Corridor

SB 421 - Rizzo - Modifies provisions relating to the conveyance of state property

SB 483 - Holsman - Adds a requirement for motor vehicles to stop at railroad tracks when on-track equipment other than a train is approaching

SB 488 - Kehoe - Modifies provisions relating to the conveyance of state property

Redistricting (1)

SJR 7 - Silvey - Modifies the number of members of the General Assembly and limits service in the General Assembly to sixteen years in any proportion between the House and Senate

Religion (4)

SB 41 - Wallingford - Provides protection for alternatives-to-abortion agencies

SB 252 - Dixon - Modifies exemption for certain religious entities under the Missouri Human Rights Act

SCR 10 - Wieland - Urges the City of St. Louis Board of Aldermen to defeat Board Bill 203 and protect the religious liberty and right of conscience of Missouri citizens

HB 174 - Hubrecht - Preempts political subdivision authority regarding abortion in specified scenarios

Retirement - Local Government (10)

SB 34 - Cunningham - Modifies and creates new provisions relating to criminal offenses

SB 62 - Hegeman - Modifies provisions regarding various pension systems and forfeiture of a pension benefit due to a felony conviction

SB 114 - Schatz - Modifies provisions relating to political subdivisions

SB 124 - Wasson - Modifies provisions relating to political subdivisions

SB 295 - Schaaf - Increases various existing fees that are deposited in the county employees' retirement fund and creates a new fee to be paid into the fund

SB 296 - Hummel - Modifies provisions relating to membership of the Police Retirement System of St. Louis as a condition of employment

SB 309 - Walsh - Modifies provisions of various retirement systems and allows single noncharter county judicial circuits to collect a court surcharge

SB 394 - Romine - Modifies provisions relating to public employee retirement systems

HB 645 - Phillips - Allows retired police officers to return to work when a disaster or emergency has been proclaimed by the governor or there is a national disaster

HB 831 - Baringer - Modifies provisions relating to public retirement

Retirement - Schools (11)

SB 34 - Cunningham - Modifies and creates new provisions relating to criminal offenses

SB 62 - Hegeman - Modifies provisions regarding various pension systems and forfeiture of a pension benefit due to a felony conviction

SB 309 - Walsh - Modifies provisions of various retirement systems and allows single noncharter county judicial circuits to collect a court surcharge

SB 394 - Romine - Modifies provisions relating to public employee retirement systems

SB 409 - Koenig - Modifies provisions relating to the public school retirement system of the City of St. Louis

SB 441 - Hegeman - Modifies school employee retirement systems provisions relating to retired teachers working part-time

HB 304 - Pike - Modifies provisions relating to the Public School Teacher Retirement System, the Public Education Employees Retirement System, and the St. Louis Public School Retirement System.

HB 619 - Dogan - Modifies provisions relating to the St. Louis Public School Retirement System

HB 758 - Cookson - Modifies provisions relating to higher education

HB 831 - Baringer - Modifies provisions relating to public retirement

HB 886 - Black - Changes the employer contribution for the College and University Retirement Plan and requires employees to contribute to the plan

Retirement - State (9)

SB 34 - Cunningham - Modifies and creates new provisions relating to criminal offenses

SB 62 - Hegeman - Modifies provisions regarding various pension systems and forfeiture of a pension benefit due to a felony conviction

SB 141 - Emery - Modifies retirement benefits for newly elected members of the General Assembly and statewide elected officials

SB 228 - Koenig - Modifies the Year 2000 Retirement Plan for state employees, members of the General Assembly, and statewide elected officials employed after January 1, 2018

SB 333 - Schaaf - Changes the vesting requirement for members of the state retirement plan known as MSEP 2011 and modifies the benefits of such members who have vested, but are no longer state employees

SB 394 - Romine - Modifies provisions relating to public employee retirement systems

HB 729 - Bernskoetter - Changes the vesting requirements for certain members of the Year 2000 Retirement Plan and allows certain former state employees to receive a lump sum payment instead of a deferred annuity

HB 758 - Cookson - Modifies provisions relating to higher education

HB 831 - Baringer - Modifies provisions relating to public retirement

Retirement Systems and Benefits - General (16)

SB 34 - Cunningham - Modifies and creates new provisions relating to criminal offenses

SB 62 - Hegeman - Modifies provisions regarding various pension systems and forfeiture of a pension benefit due to a felony conviction

SB 141 - Emery - Modifies retirement benefits for newly elected members of the General Assembly and statewide elected officials

SB 228 - Koenig - Modifies the Year 2000 Retirement Plan for state employees, members of the General Assembly, and statewide elected officials employed after January 1, 2018

SB 245 - Sater - Requires health carriers and health care providers to establish and participate in shared savings incentive programs

SB 295 - Schaaf - Increases various existing fees that are deposited in the county employees' retirement fund and creates a new fee to be paid into the fund

SB 296 - Hummel - Modifies provisions relating to membership of the Police Retirement System of St. Louis as a condition of employment

SB 309 - Walsh - Modifies provisions of various retirement systems and allows single noncharter county judicial circuits to collect a court surcharge

SB 333 - Schaaf - Changes the vesting requirement for members of the state retirement plan known as MSEP 2011 and modifies the benefits of such members who have vested, but are no longer state employees

HB 302 - Hill - Modifies provisions relating to emergency responders

HB 304 - Pike - Modifies provisions relating to the Public School Teacher Retirement System, the Public Education Employees Retirement System, and the St. Louis Public School Retirement System.

HB 422 - Cornejo - Adds an engagement ring, interest in a 401(k), and interest in any type of IRA to the list of exemptions in bankruptcy proceedings, and increases the value amount of property that may be exempt

HB 619 - Dogan - Modifies provisions relating to the St. Louis Public School Retirement System

HB 729 - Bernskoetter - Changes the vesting requirements for certain members of the Year 2000 Retirement Plan and allows certain former state employees to receive a lump sum payment instead of a deferred annuity

HB 831 - Baringer - Modifies provisions relating to public retirement

HB 886 - Black - Changes the employer contribution for the College and University Retirement Plan and requires employees to contribute to the plan

Revenue, Department of (27)

SB 8 - Munzlinger - Enacts provisions relating to transportation

SB 16 - Kraus - Exempts delivery charges from sales and use taxes

SB 37 - Silvey - Allows the Department of Revenue to issue REAL ID compliant driver's licenses and identification cards

SB 79 - Wasson - Creates the Show Me Rural Jobs Act

SB 128 - Dixon - Modifies various provisions regarding criminal offenses, the Attorney General, the Department of Revenue, child support and custody, trusts and estates, guardianships, judges, court surcharges, court reporter fees, and victims of crime

SB 130 - Kraus - Requires the Department of Revenue to pay the taxpayers' attorneys' fees in income and sales and use tax cases when the taxpayer receives a favorable judgement

SB 131 - Kraus - Requires only one motor vehicle license plate unless the owner is eligible to receive a second plate

SB 172 - Romine - Modifies titles that may be issued for motor vehicles previously issued a junking certificate

SB 185 - Onder - Enacts provisions relating to transportation network companies

SB 192 - Wallingford - Establishes the Senior Services Growth and Development Program

SB 197 - Rowden - Establishes the Missouri Earned Income Tax Credit Act

SB 244 - Rowden - Allows the Department of Revenue to issue REAL ID compliant driver's licenses and identification cards

SB 269 - Cunningham - Creates and funds the Department of Revenue Technology Fund through an administrative fee for notice of lien processing

SB 279 - Kraus - Adds certain forms to the list of documents sufficient to demonstrate eligibility for a veteran designation on an applicant's driver's license or non-driver identification card

SB 280 - Hoskins - Requires the Department of Revenue to issue both REAL ID compliant and noncompliant driver's licenses and identification cards

SB 361 - Hummel - Requires the Department of Revenue to issue REAL ID compliant driver's licenses and identification cards

SB 419 - Riddle - Requires inclusion of information on traffic stops and constitutional rights in driver training programs and information provided to first-time license recipients

SB 439 - Riddle - Provides that certain applicants need only furnish proof of their disability one time to receive or renew a disabled veteran license plate bearing a wheelchair accessibility symbol

SB 492 - Hegeman - Modifies provisions relating to motor vehicle dealers

SB 525 - Riddle - Extends the expiration of the lead-acid battery fee from December 31, 2018 to December 31, 2023

SB 540 - Curls - Establishes notice procedures for potential adverse action against a State Board of Registration for the Healing Arts licensee who is delinquent on state taxes or has failed to file state income tax returns in the last three years

HB 105 - Love - Repeals the expiration date for tax refund contributions to the Organ Donor Program Fund

HB 130 - Mathews - Enacts provisions relating to transportation network companies

HB 151 - Corlew - Allows the Department of Revenue to issue REAL ID compliant driver's licenses and identification cards

HB 256 - Rhoads - Removes restrictions on when amber or white lights may be used on motor vehicles and equipment performing work for the department of transportation

HB 655 - Engler - Extends the expiration date of tax credits for donations to pregnancy centers

HCB 1 - McGaugh - Modifies various provisions regarding criminal offenses, the Attorney General, the Department of Revenue, child support and custody, trusts and estates, guardianships, judges, court surcharges, court reporter fees, and victim's of crime

Roads and Highways (55)

SB 8 - Munzlinger - Enacts provisions relating to transportation

SB 30 - Sater - Enacts provisions to political subdivisions

SB 38 - Silvey - Modifies control and maintenance of the supplementary state highway system

SB 61 - Hegeman - Modifies provisions regulating the use of flashing lights by certain stationary vehicles on roads

SB 64 - Schatz - Gives designation to certain infrastructure

SB 134 - Chappelle-Nadal - Enacts various provisions relating to political subdivisions

SB 146 - Romine - Modifies several provisions relating to political subdivisions

SB 165 - Schupp - Applies ban on using cell phones for text messaging while driving a motor vehicle to all drivers

SB 185 - Onder - Enacts provisions relating to transportation network companies

SB 187 - Hegeman - Adds stationary utility vehicles to the list of vehicles requiring drivers of motor vehicles to proceed with caution upon approach

SB 198 - Schaaf - Enacts a regulatory scheme for weigh station and inspection site bypass services

SB 209 - Wallingford - Modifies how fourth class cities may proceed with road improvements

SB 222 - Riddle - Modifies provisions relating to motorized vehicles

SB 223 - Schatz - Increases the minimum motor vehicle liability coverage a driver must carry for others' property when operating a motor vehicle

SB 225 - Schatz - Modifies provisions relating to transportation

SB 243 - Hegeman - Modifies provisions relating to following distance for vehicles using a connected braking system

SB 253 - Nasheed - Modifies the prohibition on certain use of electronic wireless communication devices while operating a motor vehicle

SB 283 - Hegeman - Enacts provisions relating to political subdivisions

SB 315 - Eigel - Requires in-person notice of most traffic violations, and prohibits automated traffic enforcement and fine collection

SB 322 - Wieland - Designates certain memorial infrastructure

SB 323 - Brown - Specifies when persons operating or riding a motorcycle or motortricycle must wear protective headgear

SB 355 - Romine - Enacts provisions relating to higher education

SB 380 - Riddle - Requires that the Department of Transportation utility corridor be 12 feet wide with the location determined by the State Highways and Transportation Commission

SB 391 - Munzlinger - Specifies that a commercial motor vehicle's use of a specially-designated route shall not be deemed a nuisance or evidence of a nuisance

SB 399 - Romine - Modifies provisions relating to transportation

SB 420 - Riddle - Provides that a motorcycle, motortricycle, or motorized bicycle may be operated on the shoulder of a roadway under certain circumstances

SB 457 - Eigel - Removes certain roads from the responsibility of the state highways and transportation commission and directs certain sales and use tax funds into the state road fund

SB 474 - Schatz - Specifies circumstances under which an employment variance may be granted to an ignition interlock device requirement

SB 483 - Holsman - Adds a requirement for motor vehicles to stop at railroad tracks when on-track equipment other than a train is approaching

SB 508 - Nasheed - Specifies that the Regional Taxicab Commission shall not have the authority to regulate medical transportation

SB 510 - Dixon - Modifies provisions relating to operation of motor vehicles

SJR 3 - Schaaf - Amends the Constitution to modify state highway maintenance by instituting a motor fuel tax and restoring certain state highways to local control

HB 52 - Andrews - Modifies provisions relating to special road district commissioner elections

HB 61 - Alferman - Designates a bridge on a portion of State Highway 100 in Franklin County as the "Lyndon Ebker Memorial Bridge".

HB 85 - Redmon - Adds utility vehicles to the list of vehicles covered under the "Move Over Law"

HB 87 - Henderson - Corrects the description of St. Francois County in a provision of law regarding expenditures from a county’s special road and bridge tax

HB 128 - Davis - Designates several memorial highways

HB 130 - Mathews - Enacts provisions relating to transportation network companies

HB 162 - Eggleston - Modifies the penalty for a willfully or knowingly causing excess drainage onto public roads

HB 190 - Conway - Allows community college police officers to establish regulations to control vehicular traffic on any thoroughfare owned or maintained by the college

HB 256 - Rhoads - Removes restrictions on when amber or white lights may be used on motor vehicles and equipment performing work for the department of transportation

HB 275 - Spencer - Enacts provisions relating to transportation regulations

HB 293 - Higdon - Prohibits use of hand-held electronic wireless communications devices by persons transporting passengers in motor vehicles for compensation

HB 353 - Eggleston - Modifies provisions relating to elections

HB 542 - Korman - Modifies provisions relating to compliance with federal transportation laws

HB 576 - McCaherty - Enacts provisions relating to the operation of motorcycles and motortricycles

HB 647 - Fitzpatrick - Enacts provisions relating to county roads

HB 664 - Korman - Modifies provisions relating to vehicle lighting equipment

HB 678 - Gannon - Designates the USMA Cadet Thomas M. Surdyke Memorial Highway, the Sherman Brown Jr. Memorial Highway, the Edward F. Dixon The Third Memorial Highway, the Lyndon Ebker Memorial Bridge, and the Veterans-Heroes Highway

HB 700 - Cookson - Designates the Narvel Felts Highway, the Lyndon Ebker Memorial Bridge, and the USMA Cadet Thomas M. Surdyke Memorial Highway

HB 701 - Burns - Designates a portion of State Highway 231 in St. Louis as the "Veterans-Heroes Highway"

HB 805 - Basye - Modifies provisions relating to combat decoration license plate recognition

HB 824 - Reiboldt - Modifies the definition of autocycle

HB 964 - Kendrick - Designates the Sherman Brown Jr. Memorial Highway

HCR 47 - Corlew - Establishes the 21st Century Missouri Transportation System Task Force

Saint Louis City (27)

SB 25 - Curls - Modifies provisions relating to public safety

SB 49 - Walsh - Modifies several provisions relating to local sales taxes

SB 62 - Hegeman - Modifies provisions regarding various pension systems and forfeiture of a pension benefit due to a felony conviction

SB 90 - Chappelle-Nadal - Requires St. Louis City and St. Louis County to increase the number of contracts awarded to women and minority business enterprises

SB 119 - Schaaf - Requires certain sports complex authorities to receive legislative or voter approval prior to extending existing bonds

SB 282 - Hegeman - Modifies provisions relating to public safety

SB 288 - Nasheed - Allows the circuit court in St. Louis City to collect a fee not to exceed twenty dollars, rather than fifteen, to go toward the law library

SB 296 - Hummel - Modifies provisions relating to membership of the Police Retirement System of St. Louis as a condition of employment

SB 298 - Curls - Modifies nuisance action procedures for deteriorated properties in certain cities and counties

SB 309 - Walsh - Modifies provisions of various retirement systems and allows single noncharter county judicial circuits to collect a court surcharge

SB 319 - Hummel - Provides that the governing body of the City of St. Louis will administer the provision of sales taxes for emergency services

SB 405 - Hegeman - Modifies provisions relating to public safety

SB 409 - Koenig - Modifies provisions relating to the public school retirement system of the City of St. Louis

SB 451 - Nasheed - Designates the Sheriff of the City of St. Louis and deputies as law enforcement officers eligible for certain training and licensure

SB 484 - Koenig - Requires the judges of the twenty-second judicial circuit to appoint the sheriff of the City of St. Louis

SB 488 - Kehoe - Modifies provisions relating to the conveyance of state property

SB 498 - Nasheed - Establishes a partnership between the St. Louis school district, the city of St. Louis, and nonprofit organizations to allow students who are picked up by a law enforcement officer or safety officer for being absent from school to be taken to the nonprofit organization

SB 507 - Nasheed - Allows the sheriff of the City of St. Louis to appoint deputies and assistants without the approval of a majority of circuit court judges of the City of St. Louis

SB 519 - Emery - Limits the acquisition of land in Missouri by the U.S. Government and requires statutory authorization for such land acquisitions

SCR 10 - Wieland - Urges the City of St. Louis Board of Aldermen to defeat Board Bill 203 and protect the religious liberty and right of conscience of Missouri citizens

SJR 2 - Schaaf - Requires legislative or voter approval prior to the extension of bonds or the offering of tax incentives by a county sports authority

HB 57 - Haefner - Modifies provisions relating to law enforcement

HB 302 - Hill - Modifies provisions relating to emergency responders

HB 493 - Bondon - Modifies provisions requiring LLC's owning rental or unoccupied property in certain cities

HB 619 - Dogan - Modifies provisions relating to the St. Louis Public School Retirement System

HB 831 - Baringer - Modifies provisions relating to public retirement

HB 935 - Haefner - Modifies provisions relating to county sales taxes for zoological organizations

Saint Louis County (11)

SB 49 - Walsh - Modifies several provisions relating to local sales taxes

SB 90 - Chappelle-Nadal - Requires St. Louis City and St. Louis County to increase the number of contracts awarded to women and minority business enterprises

SB 232 - Schatz - Adds a provision relating to population changes in St. Louis County for purposes of water corporations collecting an infrastructure system replacement surcharge

SB 520 - Emery - Modifies provisions regarding the revenue collected from certain municipal ordinance violations and municipal court procedure

SB 541 - Schupp - Modifies requirements for water corporations collecting an infrastructure system replacement surcharge (ISRS) in St. Louis County

SJR 4 - Chappelle-Nadal - Requires the question of whether to recall the county executive to be submitted to voters in St. Louis County

HB 29 - Pike - Modifies provisions of law relating to intoxicating liquor

HB 57 - Haefner - Modifies provisions relating to law enforcement

HB 115 - Shull - Modifies provisions relating to intoxicating liquor

HB 302 - Hill - Modifies provisions relating to emergency responders

HB 935 - Haefner - Modifies provisions relating to county sales taxes for zoological organizations

Salaries (1)

HCR 4 - Bernskoetter - Disapproves the salary recommendations of the Missouri Citizens Commission on Compensation for Elected Officials

Science and Technology (5)

SB 417 - Chappelle-Nadal - Creates the Missouri Radon Awareness Act

SB 432 - Koenig - Modifies provisions of law relating to custody of in vitro human embryos

SB 438 - Holsman - Designates the month of February as “Earthquake Awareness Month”

SCR 17 - Curls - Urges a commitment to equal rights for people with cognitive disabilities to access technology and information

HCB 5 - Lauer - Requires school districts to offer a course on computer programming to high school students

Search and Seizure (4)

SB 84 - Kraus - Restricts the use of cell site simulator devices

SB 331 - Hegeman - Modifies provisions relating to the confiscation of animals

SB 419 - Riddle - Requires inclusion of information on traffic stops and constitutional rights in driver training programs and information provided to first-time license recipients

HB 384 - Anderson - Modifies provisions relating to the confiscation of animals

Secretary of State (22)

SB 3 - Schaaf - Modifies provisions relating to the waiting period before certain public officials can become lobbyists

SB 12 - Wasson - Creates new provisions relating to the regulation of securities

SB 18 - Kraus - Modifies provisions relating to the collection of money by public entities

SB 34 - Cunningham - Modifies and creates new provisions relating to criminal offenses

SB 47 - Libla - Allows legally required notice to be published on a website to be established and maintained by the Secretary of State

SB 59 - Sifton - Imposes a gift ban for the members of the General Assembly and their candidate committees

SB 68 - Onder - Modifies provisions relating to victims of crime

SB 95 - Sater - Extends the expiration dates on certain provisions relating to public funds

SB 141 - Emery - Modifies retirement benefits for newly elected members of the General Assembly and statewide elected officials

SB 207 - Sifton - Allows emergency workers to request, receive and submit absentee ballots

SB 208 - Sifton - Modifies class one election offenses

SB 228 - Koenig - Modifies the Year 2000 Retirement Plan for state employees, members of the General Assembly, and statewide elected officials employed after January 1, 2018

SB 326 - Kraus - Creates new provisions relating to low-profit limited liability corporations

SB 348 - Wasson - Extends the sunset provisions for fees to be credited to the technology trust fund

SB 389 - Sater - Modifies provisions relating to initiative petitions

SB 422 - Cunningham - Modifies provisions relating to residential mortgage loan brokers

SB 430 - Cunningham - Creates new provisions establishing family trust companies

SB 467 - Schupp - Creates new provisions allowing for the creation of benefit corporations

SB 544 - Rowden - Requires the Secretary of State, rather than the Department of Economic Development, to provide staff support to the Small Business Regulatory Fairness Board

SJR 14 - Kraus - Enacts term limits for all statewide elected officials

HB 292 - Crawford - Modifies provisions relating to banks, trust companies, and other financial institutions

HB 1045 - Haahr - Extends the sunset provisions for fees credited to the technology trust fund

Securities (1)

SB 12 - Wasson - Creates new provisions relating to the regulation of securities

Sewers and Sewer Districts (4)

SB 145 - Wallingford - Modifies provisions relating to very small water and sewer corporations

SB 184 - Emery - Modifies provisions relating to water and sewer corporations

SB 528 - Hegeman - Changes the maximum amount of a grant that may be issued by the Department of Natural Resources for financing certain utility projects from $1,400 per connection to $3,000 per connection

HB 247 - Alferman - Modifies provisions relating to voter approval for municipally-offered services

Sexual Offenses (6)

SB 53 - Nasheed - Requires higher education institutions to inform students and employees about affirmative consent to sexual activity

SB 178 - Dixon - Creates a process to determine whether criminal offenders are predatory sexual offenders and increases penalties against predatory, prior, and persistent sexual offenders

SB 195 - Koenig - Establishes the Supporting and Strengthening Families Act relating to guardianships and modifies provisions regarding child abuse and neglect and foster care

SB 289 - Nasheed - Allows tenants to terminate their lease or change the locks on the premises in certain situations of domestic violence, stalking, or sexual assault

SB 301 - Wallingford - Modifies mandated reporting requirements for sexual assault victims in long-term care facilities

SB 344 - Nasheed - Creates a procedure for the expungement of criminal records relating to prostitution

Social Services, Department of (19)

SB 28 - Sater - Requires the Department of Social Services to apply for a global waiver for MO HealthNet

SB 70 - Schupp - Provides for the expansion of MO HealthNet services beginning January 1, 2018

SB 160 - Sater - Modifies provisions relating to child protection

SB 195 - Koenig - Establishes the Supporting and Strengthening Families Act relating to guardianships and modifies provisions regarding child abuse and neglect and foster care

SB 203 - Sifton - Creates the MO HealthNet Buy-In for Workers with Disabilities program

SB 218 - Nasheed - Establishes the Missouri Emergency Solutions Grants Program to address the problem of homelessness in Missouri

SB 263 - Riddle - Requires licensed chiropractors to be reimbursed for the provision of MO HealthNet services

SB 343 - Libla - Changes the period after which a foster parent may adopt a foster child from nine months to six months

SB 423 - Sater - Removes the termination date for the MO Rx Prescription Drug Program

SB 433 - Sater - Modifies and creates provisions relating to the MO HealthNet pharmacy program

SB 523 - Sater - Modifies provisions relating to criminal background checks for child care providers

SB 526 - Brown - Modifies provisions relating to consumer-directed services in the MO HealthNet program

SB 527 - Brown - Modifies provisions of law relating to MO HealthNet managed care

SB 535 - Wallingford - Modifies provisions relating to child abuse investigations

SCR 25 - Cunningham - Establishes the State Innovation Waiver Task Force

HB 209 - Wiemann - Requires licensed chiropractors to be reimbursed for the provision of MO HealthNet services

HB 260 - Brown - Modifies provisions relating to the protection of certain vulnerable persons

HB 960 - Mathews - Establishes the Social Innovation Grant Program

HB 1158 - Franklin - Modifies provisions relating to child abuse

Social Workers (2)

SB 482 - Sifton - Prohibits discrimination by certain public officials between licensed professional counselors and other mental health professionals

SB 490 - Schupp - Requires certain health care professionals to complete two hours of suicide prevention training as a condition of initial licensure and as a condition of license renewal

Soil Conservation (2)

SB 77 - Munzlinger - Prohibits political subdivisions from adopting ordinances relating to the labeling, cultivation, or use of seed, fertilizers, or soil conditioners

HB 175 - Reiboldt - Prohibits political subdivisions from adopting ordinances relating to the labeling, cultivation, or use of seed, fertilizers, or soil conditioners

State Departments (11)

SB 35 - Cunningham - Modifies public notice and hearing requirements for certain land purchases made by the Department of Natural Resources or the Commissioner of Administration on behalf of state departments

SB 122 - Munzlinger - Creates new provisions relating to the Missouri Accountability Portal

SB 166 - Schaaf - Transfers powers of the Missouri Consolidated Health Care Plan Board to the Office of Administration

SB 175 - Schaaf - Requires that all state-owned data centers become consolidated to the State Data Center

SB 182 - Onder - Modifies provisions of law relating to project labor agreements

SB 210 - Onder - Modifies provisions relating to collective bargaining representation for public employees

SB 448 - Emery - Modifies provisions regarding insurance coverage of the cost to defend a claim in an administrative proceeding, proposed administrative rules affecting real property, and procedures for judicial review of action by a state agency

SB 468 - Hegeman - Modifies the process for promulgation of an emergency rule by a state agency

HB 258 - Pfautsch - Creates new provisions relating to the accountability of public funds

HB 598 - Cornejo - Limits contingency fees a private attorney may receive from contingency fee contracts with the state

HCB 7 - Fitzwater - Requires the Attorney General to submit a monthly report detailing all activity concerning lawsuits filed against the Department of Corrections and the State Legal Expense Fund

State Employees (10)

SB 62 - Hegeman - Modifies provisions regarding various pension systems and forfeiture of a pension benefit due to a felony conviction

SB 87 - Brown - Modifies the law relating to collective bargaining representatives

SB 166 - Schaaf - Transfers powers of the Missouri Consolidated Health Care Plan Board to the Office of Administration

SB 210 - Onder - Modifies provisions relating to collective bargaining representation for public employees

SB 228 - Koenig - Modifies the Year 2000 Retirement Plan for state employees, members of the General Assembly, and statewide elected officials employed after January 1, 2018

SB 245 - Sater - Requires health carriers and health care providers to establish and participate in shared savings incentive programs

SB 291 - Rowden - Creates new provisions granting paid parental leave to state employees

SB 333 - Schaaf - Changes the vesting requirement for members of the state retirement plan known as MSEP 2011 and modifies the benefits of such members who have vested, but are no longer state employees

HB 729 - Bernskoetter - Changes the vesting requirements for certain members of the Year 2000 Retirement Plan and allows certain former state employees to receive a lump sum payment instead of a deferred annuity

HCB 7 - Fitzwater - Requires the Attorney General to submit a monthly report detailing all activity concerning lawsuits filed against the Department of Corrections and the State Legal Expense Fund

Suicide (4)

SB 52 - Nasheed - Creates several provisions relating to suicide awareness and prevention

SB 275 - Wieland - Provides that life insurance providers may exclude coverage for suicides occurring within one year of issuance of the coverage

SB 490 - Schupp - Requires certain health care professionals to complete two hours of suicide prevention training as a condition of initial licensure and as a condition of license renewal

HB 336 - Shull - Provides that life insurance providers may exclude coverage for suicides occurring within one year of issuance of the coverage

Surveyors (2)

SB 125 - Wasson - Modifies provisions relating to the regulation of certain professions

HB 557 - Ross - Removes certain application requirements for enrolling as a land surveyor-in-training and licensure as a professional land surveyor

Tax Credits (29)

SB 1 - Schaaf - Creates new provisions permitting taxpayers to claim a tax credit for making certain campaign contributions

SB 6 - Richard - Changes the aggregate cap on tax credits for the rehabilitation of historic structures to $120 million annually, and allows for tax credits for donations to the Capitol Complex Fund

SB 7 - Munzlinger - Creates programs for beginning farmers

SB 10 - Wasson - Modifies the Missouri Works and Missouri Works Training programs

SB 15 - Dixon - Reauthorizes tax credits for contributions to maternity homes and pregnancy resource centers

SB 32 - Emery - Establishes the Missouri Empowerment Scholarship Accounts Program

SB 39 - Silvey - Places a cap on the annual cumulative amount of tax credits authorized

SB 60 - Sifton - Reauthorizes the Missouri Homestead Preservation tax credit program

SB 78 - Wasson - Establishes the Missouri Angel Investment Incentive Act

SB 79 - Wasson - Creates the Show Me Rural Jobs Act

SB 92 - Curls - Creates a new tax credit for first time purchasers of homes in a blighted area that will be used for owner occupancy

SB 106 - Romine - Creates the Access Missouri Dual Enrollment Program and the Missouri Dual Enrollment Scholarship Act

SB 116 - Schupp - Allows a tax credit for certain long-term care facilities for a portion of the costs of upgrading emergency generators

SB 118 - Schaaf - Voids any authority for the Missouri Development Finance Board to expend public moneys

SB 179 - Brown - Creates a tax credit for contributions to certain charitable organizations

SB 197 - Rowden - Establishes the Missouri Earned Income Tax Credit Act

SB 217 - Nasheed - Adds donations to soup kitchens or homeless shelters to current tax credit for donations to food pantries

SB 226 - Koenig - Allows for the transferability of certain tax credits

SB 285 - Koenig - Reduces the corporate income tax and makes modifications to several tax credit programs

SB 313 - Koenig - Modifies provisions relating to elementary and secondary education

SB 342 - Holsman - Establishes a Missouri Earned Income Tax Credit

SB 346 - Schaaf - Requires all tax credits to receive an appropriation

SB 349 - Wasson - Modifies the Missouri Works program

SB 412 - Schupp - Modifies provisions of the Missouri Energy Efficiency Investment Act

SB 425 - Sifton - Indexes the Historic Preservation tax credit cap to inflation

SB 458 - Holsman - Modifies provisions of the Missouri Energy Efficiency and Investment Act

SB 461 - Holsman - Extends the sunset on the Alternative Fuel Vehicle Refueling Property and Electric Vehicle Recharging Property tax credit

SB 517 - Wasson - Creates a tax credit for contributions to certain benevolent organizations

HB 655 - Engler - Extends the expiration date of tax credits for donations to pregnancy centers

Tax Incentives (7)

SB 10 - Wasson - Modifies the Missouri Works and Missouri Works Training programs

SB 18 - Kraus - Modifies provisions relating to the collection of money by public entities

SB 121 - Munzlinger - Creates the Manufacturing Infrastructure Investment Act

SB 183 - Hoskins - Extends the Big Government Get Off My Back Act and modifies several provisions relating to the collection of money by public entities

SB 349 - Wasson - Modifies the Missouri Works program

SB 444 - Rowden - Establishes the First-Time Home Buyer Savings Account Act and a corresponding income tax deduction

HB 694 - Redmon - Establishes a motor fuel tax on propane fuel used to propel motor vehicles

Taxation and Revenue - General (27)

SB 18 - Kraus - Modifies provisions relating to the collection of money by public entities

SB 25 - Curls - Modifies provisions relating to public safety

SB 146 - Romine - Modifies several provisions relating to political subdivisions

SB 183 - Hoskins - Extends the Big Government Get Off My Back Act and modifies several provisions relating to the collection of money by public entities

SB 199 - Wasson - Exempts certain projects from the Tax Increment Allocation Redevelopment Act annual appropriation cap

SB 217 - Nasheed - Adds donations to soup kitchens or homeless shelters to current tax credit for donations to food pantries

SB 233 - Wallingford - Creates and modifies certain laws relating to emergency communication services

SB 235 - Eigel - Creates a process for selecting a single service provider for ambulance services in certain home rule cities

SB 248 - Kraus - Repeals the expiration date for tax refund contributions to the Organ Donor Program Fund

SB 276 - Wieland - Repeals provisions of law requiring the licensing and taxation of peddlers by counties

SB 332 - Hegeman - Modifies provisions relating to taxation

SB 357 - Wieland - Requires a tax rate ceiling adjustment after the expiration of a temporary levy increase

SB 418 - Hegeman - Modifies certain provisions relating to emergency medical services

SB 435 - Cunningham - Establishes a motor fuel tax on propane fuel used to propel motor vehicles

SB 505 - Rowden - Makes technical corrections to language relating to the taxation of nonresident income

SB 520 - Emery - Modifies provisions regarding the revenue collected from certain municipal ordinance violations and municipal court procedure

SJR 3 - Schaaf - Amends the Constitution to modify state highway maintenance by instituting a motor fuel tax and restoring certain state highways to local control

SJR 12 - Eigel - Places a cap on annual appropriations and reduces income tax rates based on revenue growth

SJR 13 - Emery - Eliminates income taxes and replaces them with an expanded sales and use tax and creates a property tax relief credit

HB 87 - Henderson - Corrects the description of St. Francois County in a provision of law regarding expenditures from a county’s special road and bridge tax

HB 105 - Love - Repeals the expiration date for tax refund contributions to the Organ Donor Program Fund

HB 193 - Kelley - Permits third class counties to repeal a property tax and impose a sales tax to fund the hospital district

HB 334 - Lauer - Creates and modifies certain laws relating to emergency communication services

HB 502 - Fitzpatrick - Modifies several provisions relating to fantasy sports

HB 694 - Redmon - Establishes a motor fuel tax on propane fuel used to propel motor vehicles

HB 703 - Crawford - Changes the laws regarding tax payments so that a collector may use discretion in determining the date of unreadable postmarks on mailed tax payments

HCR 47 - Corlew - Establishes the 21st Century Missouri Transportation System Task Force

Taxation and Revenue - Income (15)

SB 7 - Munzlinger - Creates programs for beginning farmers

SB 17 - Kraus - Phases out corporate income tax over 3 years

SB 130 - Kraus - Requires the Department of Revenue to pay the taxpayers' attorneys' fees in income and sales and use tax cases when the taxpayer receives a favorable judgement

SB 132 - Kraus - Lowers the income tax rate

SB 144 - Wallingford - Allows members of the National Guard and reserve components of the Armed Forces to deduct military income from their Missouri adjusted gross income

SB 183 - Hoskins - Extends the Big Government Get Off My Back Act and modifies several provisions relating to the collection of money by public entities

SB 217 - Nasheed - Adds donations to soup kitchens or homeless shelters to current tax credit for donations to food pantries

SB 285 - Koenig - Reduces the corporate income tax and makes modifications to several tax credit programs

SB 342 - Holsman - Establishes a Missouri Earned Income Tax Credit

SB 444 - Rowden - Establishes the First-Time Home Buyer Savings Account Act and a corresponding income tax deduction

SB 521 - Kraus - Modifies provisions relating to the taxation of certain partnerships

SJR 12 - Eigel - Places a cap on annual appropriations and reduces income tax rates based on revenue growth

SJR 13 - Emery - Eliminates income taxes and replaces them with an expanded sales and use tax and creates a property tax relief credit

HB 105 - Love - Repeals the expiration date for tax refund contributions to the Organ Donor Program Fund

HB 655 - Engler - Extends the expiration date of tax credits for donations to pregnancy centers

Taxation and Revenue - Property (20)

SB 36 - Cunningham - Removes a property tax exemption for real property belonging to the Missouri Department of Natural Resources

SB 60 - Sifton - Reauthorizes the Missouri Homestead Preservation tax credit program

SB 86 - Kraus - Adds the real property of a vineyard and related buildings to the definition of "agricultural and horticultural property" for property tax purposes

SB 111 - Hegeman - Modifies various provisions regarding bonds issued by a political subdivision, qualifications for candidates of public office, limited liability companies who own property in certain cities, public administrators, and guardianships

SB 149 - Schatz - Requires a political subdivision to notify voters that a proposed increase in the property tax rate ceiling may be adjusted if there is a subsequent decrease in the amount of assessed valuation from the previous assessment

SB 250 - Kehoe - Exempts from property tax land that is an out-of-service rail corridor being used as a trail under federal law

SB 257 - Hoskins - Allows telephone companies to select an alternate method of property tax assessment

SB 283 - Hegeman - Enacts provisions relating to political subdivisions

SB 311 - Wasson - Allows the assessed valuation of any tractor or trailer used in inter-jurisdictional commerce to be apportioned to Missouri based on the average per vehicle distance chart provided under the International Registration Plan

SB 332 - Hegeman - Modifies provisions relating to taxation

SB 364 - Munzlinger - Prohibits the State Tax Commission from raising agricultural land productive values under certain circumstances

SB 426 - Wasson - Modifies property tax exemptions for property located in enhanced enterprise zones

SB 519 - Emery - Limits the acquisition of land in Missouri by the U.S. Government and requires statutory authorization for such land acquisitions

SJR 8 - Romine - Exempts disabled veterans from real and personal property taxes

SJR 13 - Emery - Eliminates income taxes and replaces them with an expanded sales and use tax and creates a property tax relief credit

HB 142 - Berry - Allows telephone companies to select an alternate method of property tax assessment

HB 193 - Kelley - Permits third class counties to repeal a property tax and impose a sales tax to fund the hospital district

HB 353 - Eggleston - Modifies provisions relating to elections

HB 703 - Crawford - Changes the laws regarding tax payments so that a collector may use discretion in determining the date of unreadable postmarks on mailed tax payments

HB 719 - Rhoads - Classifies sawmills and planning mills as agricultural property for property zoning purposes

Taxation and Revenue - Sales and Use (33)

SB 8 - Munzlinger - Enacts provisions relating to transportation

SB 14 - Dixon - Makes corrections to several intersectional references relating to sales and use tax exemptions

SB 16 - Kraus - Exempts delivery charges from sales and use taxes

SB 18 - Kraus - Modifies provisions relating to the collection of money by public entities

SB 49 - Walsh - Modifies several provisions relating to local sales taxes

SB 80 - Wasson - Exempts certain nonprofit organizations from sales and use taxes on charges for initiation fees or dues

SB 105 - Wallingford - Requires the Department of Revenue to enter into the Streamlined Sales and Use Tax Agreement

SB 114 - Schatz - Modifies provisions relating to political subdivisions

SB 123 - Munzlinger - Modifies provisions relating to captive cervids

SB 127 - Dixon - Allows Greene County and any city within the county to propose a sales tax for the purpose of early childhood education programs

SB 191 - Wallingford - Authorizes the City of Jackson to impose a sales tax for public safety purposes

SB 233 - Wallingford - Creates and modifies certain laws relating to emergency communication services

SB 247 - Kraus - Modifies certain definitions for sales and use tax exemptions

SB 264 - Dixon - Allows Greene County and any city within the county to propose a sales tax for the purpose of early childhood education programs

SB 267 - Schatz - Allows the City of Eureka to adopt a sales tax for improved public safety

SB 273 - Wasson - Allows municipalities to enter into loan agreements, or sell, lease, or mortgage municipal property for a technology business facility project

SB 283 - Hegeman - Enacts provisions relating to political subdivisions

SB 307 - Munzlinger - Modifies the definition of livestock by adding the word "bison"

SB 319 - Hummel - Provides that the governing body of the City of St. Louis will administer the provision of sales taxes for emergency services

SB 325 - Kraus - Abrogates the findings in IBM Corporation v. Director of Revenue 491 S.W.3d 535 (Mo. banc 2016)

SB 332 - Hegeman - Modifies provisions relating to taxation

SB 416 - Hoskins - Exempts the purchase of utilities for certain food preparation uses from state sales and use taxes

SB 457 - Eigel - Removes certain roads from the responsibility of the state highways and transportation commission and directs certain sales and use tax funds into the state road fund

SB 472 - Hoskins - Modifies the definition of "livestock" to include honey bees for the purposes of the state sales tax law

SB 479 - Kraus - Modifies provisions relating to sales taxes on manufactured homes

SJR 13 - Emery - Eliminates income taxes and replaces them with an expanded sales and use tax and creates a property tax relief credit

SJR 16 - Munzlinger - Amends the Constitution to require that the sales tax dedicated to conservation purposes be resubmitted to the voters for approval every 10 years

HB 193 - Kelley - Permits third class counties to repeal a property tax and impose a sales tax to fund the hospital district

HB 245 - Rowland - Provides for sales tax relief for certain purchases

HB 334 - Lauer - Creates and modifies certain laws relating to emergency communication services

HB 608 - Anderson - Modifies provisions relating to residential dwelling rentals

HB 694 - Redmon - Establishes a motor fuel tax on propane fuel used to propel motor vehicles

HB 935 - Haefner - Modifies provisions relating to county sales taxes for zoological organizations

Teachers (7)

SB 255 - 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 394 - Romine - Modifies provisions relating to public employee retirement systems

SB 401 - Rowden - Authorizes the granting of a visiting scholars certificate to teachers in public schools

SB 409 - Koenig - Modifies provisions relating to the public school retirement system of the City of St. Louis

SB 441 - Hegeman - Modifies school employee retirement systems provisions relating to retired teachers working part-time

HB 97 - Swan - Authorizes the granting of a visiting scholars certificate to teachers in public schools

HCB 4 - Lauer - Modifies provisions relating to workforce development

Telecommunications (16)

SB 163 - Romine - Prohibits two-way telecommunications devices and their component parts in correctional centers and jails

SB 165 - Schupp - Applies ban on using cell phones for text messaging while driving a motor vehicle to all drivers

SB 186 - Emery - Modifies the authority of local governments to offer certain communications services

SB 233 - Wallingford - Creates and modifies certain laws relating to emergency communication services

SB 253 - Nasheed - Modifies the prohibition on certain use of electronic wireless communication devices while operating a motor vehicle

SB 354 - Rowden - Modifies provisions relating to wireless communications infrastructure and the Uniform Wireless Communications Infrastructure Deployment Act

SB 384 - Rowden - Modifies how the Public Service Commission assesses public utilities for the costs of regulation

SB 403 - Wieland - Modifies Universal Service Fund eligibility requirements for wireless telecommunications providers providing lifeline service

SB 421 - Rizzo - Modifies provisions relating to the conveyance of state property

SB 477 - Riddle - Modifies the Statewide Telecommunications Equipment Distribution Program to provide financial assistance for hearing aids as well as support service providers for deaf-blind children and adults

SB 488 - Kehoe - Modifies provisions relating to the conveyance of state property

SB 510 - Dixon - Modifies provisions relating to operation of motor vehicles

HB 207 - Fitzwater - Prohibits two-way telecommunications devices and their component parts in correctional centers and jails

HB 247 - Alferman - Modifies provisions relating to voter approval for municipally-offered services

HB 334 - Lauer - Creates and modifies certain laws relating to emergency communication services

HB 656 - Rhoads - Modifies provisions relating to wireless communications infrastructure

Tobacco Products (1)

HB 191 - Conway - Modifies provisions relating to the use of moneys in the Alcohol and Tobacco Control Fund

Tourism (4)

SB 161 - Sater - Establishes the Ozark Exploration Bicentennial Commission

SB 283 - Hegeman - Enacts provisions relating to political subdivisions

SCR 15 - Hoskins - Designates August 21, 2017, as "Total Eclipse Day" in the state of Missouri

HCR 32 - Francis - Designates August 21, 2017, as "Total Eclipse Day" in the state of Missouri

Transportation (44)

SB 8 - Munzlinger - Enacts provisions relating to transportation

SB 26 - Curls - Allows Kansas City to employ airport police officers

SB 38 - Silvey - Modifies control and maintenance of the supplementary state highway system

SB 61 - Hegeman - Modifies provisions regulating the use of flashing lights by certain stationary vehicles on roads

SB 131 - Kraus - Requires only one motor vehicle license plate unless the owner is eligible to receive a second plate

SB 165 - Schupp - Applies ban on using cell phones for text messaging while driving a motor vehicle to all drivers

SB 185 - Onder - Enacts provisions relating to transportation network companies

SB 187 - Hegeman - Adds stationary utility vehicles to the list of vehicles requiring drivers of motor vehicles to proceed with caution upon approach

SB 198 - Schaaf - Enacts a regulatory scheme for weigh station and inspection site bypass services

SB 222 - Riddle - Modifies provisions relating to motorized vehicles

SB 223 - Schatz - Increases the minimum motor vehicle liability coverage a driver must carry for others' property when operating a motor vehicle

SB 225 - Schatz - Modifies provisions relating to transportation

SB 243 - Hegeman - Modifies provisions relating to following distance for vehicles using a connected braking system

SB 253 - Nasheed - Modifies the prohibition on certain use of electronic wireless communication devices while operating a motor vehicle

SB 283 - Hegeman - Enacts provisions relating to political subdivisions

SB 321 - Hegeman - Allows evidence of failure to wear a seatbelt for comparative negligence or to mitigate damages in actions for damages

SB 323 - Brown - Specifies when persons operating or riding a motorcycle or motortricycle must wear protective headgear

SB 379 - Schatz - Modifies the definition of "autocycle" and modifies certain safety requirements for autocycles

SB 399 - Romine - Modifies provisions relating to transportation

SB 420 - Riddle - Provides that a motorcycle, motortricycle, or motorized bicycle may be operated on the shoulder of a roadway under certain circumstances

SB 449 - Wieland - Specifies who is eligible to be a member of a board of port authority commissioners

SB 457 - Eigel - Removes certain roads from the responsibility of the state highways and transportation commission and directs certain sales and use tax funds into the state road fund

SB 476 - Schatz - Modifies the process by which travel hardships are granted to public school pupils

SB 483 - Holsman - Adds a requirement for motor vehicles to stop at railroad tracks when on-track equipment other than a train is approaching

SB 508 - Nasheed - Specifies that the Regional Taxicab Commission shall not have the authority to regulate medical transportation

SB 510 - Dixon - Modifies provisions relating to operation of motor vehicles

SB 515 - Munzlinger - Extends the period during which an annual fee shall be collected from businesses dealing in petroleum products

SB 522 - Sifton - Requires school buses to be equipped with safety belts

HB 52 - Andrews - Modifies provisions relating to special road district commissioner elections

HB 85 - Redmon - Adds utility vehicles to the list of vehicles covered under the "Move Over Law"

HB 111 - Mathews - Specifies the representation that collective bargaining units can provide within the bi-state development agency

HB 128 - Davis - Designates several memorial highways

HB 130 - Mathews - Enacts provisions relating to transportation network companies

HB 256 - Rhoads - Removes restrictions on when amber or white lights may be used on motor vehicles and equipment performing work for the department of transportation

HB 275 - Spencer - Enacts provisions relating to transportation regulations

HB 293 - Higdon - Prohibits use of hand-held electronic wireless communications devices by persons transporting passengers in motor vehicles for compensation

HB 353 - Eggleston - Modifies provisions relating to elections

HB 542 - Korman - Modifies provisions relating to compliance with federal transportation laws

HB 576 - McCaherty - Enacts provisions relating to the operation of motorcycles and motortricycles

HB 631 - Redmon - Modifies medical endorsement requirements for school bus drivers

HB 694 - Redmon - Establishes a motor fuel tax on propane fuel used to propel motor vehicles

HB 805 - Basye - Modifies provisions relating to combat decoration license plate recognition

HB 964 - Kendrick - Designates the Sherman Brown Jr. Memorial Highway

HCR 47 - Corlew - Establishes the 21st Century Missouri Transportation System Task Force

Transportation, Department of (25)

SB 8 - Munzlinger - Enacts provisions relating to transportation

SB 38 - Silvey - Modifies control and maintenance of the supplementary state highway system

SB 61 - Hegeman - Modifies provisions regulating the use of flashing lights by certain stationary vehicles on roads

SB 64 - Schatz - Gives designation to certain infrastructure

SB 198 - Schaaf - Enacts a regulatory scheme for weigh station and inspection site bypass services

SB 222 - Riddle - Modifies provisions relating to motorized vehicles

SB 322 - Wieland - Designates certain memorial infrastructure

SB 355 - Romine - Enacts provisions relating to higher education

SB 369 - Rowden - Modifies provisions relating to school bus drivers

SB 379 - Schatz - Modifies the definition of "autocycle" and modifies certain safety requirements for autocycles

SB 380 - Riddle - Requires that the Department of Transportation utility corridor be 12 feet wide with the location determined by the State Highways and Transportation Commission

SB 399 - Romine - Modifies provisions relating to transportation

SB 475 - Schatz - Repeals the requirement for the Department of Transportation to participate in arbitration as a defendant at the request of the plaintiff in a tort claim

SCR 16 - Sater - Recognizes the Gold Star Families Memorial Monument on the College of the Ozarks campus as the official Gold Star Families Memorial Monument of Missouri

SJR 3 - Schaaf - Amends the Constitution to modify state highway maintenance by instituting a motor fuel tax and restoring certain state highways to local control

HB 61 - Alferman - Designates a bridge on a portion of State Highway 100 in Franklin County as the "Lyndon Ebker Memorial Bridge".

HB 256 - Rhoads - Removes restrictions on when amber or white lights may be used on motor vehicles and equipment performing work for the department of transportation

HB 275 - Spencer - Enacts provisions relating to transportation regulations

HB 542 - Korman - Modifies provisions relating to compliance with federal transportation laws

HB 631 - Redmon - Modifies medical endorsement requirements for school bus drivers

HB 678 - Gannon - Designates the USMA Cadet Thomas M. Surdyke Memorial Highway, the Sherman Brown Jr. Memorial Highway, the Edward F. Dixon The Third Memorial Highway, the Lyndon Ebker Memorial Bridge, and the Veterans-Heroes Highway

HB 700 - Cookson - Designates the Narvel Felts Highway, the Lyndon Ebker Memorial Bridge, and the USMA Cadet Thomas M. Surdyke Memorial Highway

HB 701 - Burns - Designates a portion of State Highway 231 in St. Louis as the "Veterans-Heroes Highway"

HB 964 - Kendrick - Designates the Sherman Brown Jr. Memorial Highway

HCR 6 - Justus - Recognizes the Gold Star Families Memorial Monument at the College of the Ozarks campus as the official Gold Star Families Memorial Monument of Missouri

Treasurer, State (13)

SB 3 - Schaaf - Modifies provisions relating to the waiting period before certain public officials can become lobbyists

SB 59 - Sifton - Imposes a gift ban for the members of the General Assembly and their candidate committees

SB 141 - Emery - Modifies retirement benefits for newly elected members of the General Assembly and statewide elected officials

SB 192 - Wallingford - Establishes the Senior Services Growth and Development Program

SB 223 - Schatz - Increases the minimum motor vehicle liability coverage a driver must carry for others' property when operating a motor vehicle

SB 228 - Koenig - Modifies the Year 2000 Retirement Plan for state employees, members of the General Assembly, and statewide elected officials employed after January 1, 2018

SB 308 - Chappelle-Nadal - Modifies the law relating to the investment policies of the state

SB 313 - Koenig - Modifies provisions relating to elementary and secondary education

SB 345 - Nasheed - Creates certain policies relating to police-worn cameras, funding, and stored data

SB 457 - Eigel - Removes certain roads from the responsibility of the state highways and transportation commission and directs certain sales and use tax funds into the state road fund

SB 470 - Cunningham - Creates new provisions relating to unclaimed property

SB 506 - Silvey - Creates new provisions relating to the internal operations of state government

HCB 3 - Fitzpatrick - Modifies provisions relating to funds for vulnerable senior citizens

Unemployment Compensation (1)

HB 288 - Fitzpatrick - Modifies the duration of unemployment compensation, modifies the method to pay federal advances, and raises the fund trigger causing contribution rate reductions

Uniform Laws (1)

HCB 1 - McGaugh - Modifies various provisions regarding criminal offenses, the Attorney General, the Department of Revenue, child support and custody, trusts and estates, guardianships, judges, court surcharges, court reporter fees, and victim's of crime

Urban Redevelopment (1)

SB 92 - Curls - Creates a new tax credit for first time purchasers of homes in a blighted area that will be used for owner occupancy

Utilities (36)

SB 57 - Holsman - Modifies the definition of "customer-generator" in the Net Metering and Easy Connection Act

SB 109 - Holsman - Modifies provisions relating to solar energy systems in certain planned communities

SB 187 - Hegeman - Adds stationary utility vehicles to the list of vehicles requiring drivers of motor vehicles to proceed with caution upon approach

SB 190 - Emery - Modifies provisions relating to ratemaking for public utilities

SB 214 - Emery - Modifies provisions relating to ratemaking for public utilities

SB 215 - Emery - Allows the Missouri Public Service Commission to utilize rate adjustment mechanisms otherwise not specifically authorized by statute to promote modernization and replacement of electrical corporation infrastructure

SB 232 - Schatz - Adds a provision relating to population changes in St. Louis County for purposes of water corporations collecting an infrastructure system replacement surcharge

SB 242 - Emery - Establishes the Rate Case Modernization Act

SB 246 - Kraus - Modifies provisions of the Net Metering and Easy Connection Act

SB 257 - Hoskins - Allows telephone companies to select an alternate method of property tax assessment

SB 270 - Schaaf - Modifies provisions relating to public utilities

SB 278 - Emery - Requires that the comprehensive state energy plan be reviewed by the Division of Energy by January 1, 2019, and biennially thereafter, and updated if necessary

SB 281 - Hegeman - Requires board members of public water supply districts to complete training in each elected or appointed term of office

SB 354 - Rowden - Modifies provisions relating to wireless communications infrastructure and the Uniform Wireless Communications Infrastructure Deployment Act

SB 380 - Riddle - Requires that the Department of Transportation utility corridor be 12 feet wide with the location determined by the State Highways and Transportation Commission

SB 384 - Rowden - Modifies how the Public Service Commission assesses public utilities for the costs of regulation

SB 403 - Wieland - Modifies Universal Service Fund eligibility requirements for wireless telecommunications providers providing lifeline service

SB 412 - Schupp - Modifies provisions of the Missouri Energy Efficiency Investment Act

SB 421 - Rizzo - Modifies provisions relating to the conveyance of state property

SB 458 - Holsman - Modifies provisions of the Missouri Energy Efficiency and Investment Act

SB 459 - Holsman - Creates the Missouri Energy Freedom Act

SB 488 - Kehoe - Modifies provisions relating to the conveyance of state property

SB 489 - Schatz - Requires the Missouri Hazardous Waste Commission to promulgate rules and regulation for coal combustion residual units in lieu of federal solid waste regulations by June 1, 2018

SB 514 - Onder - Modifies the duties and powers of municipal governments in relation to utility services

SB 528 - Hegeman - Changes the maximum amount of a grant that may be issued by the Department of Natural Resources for financing certain utility projects from $1,400 per connection to $3,000 per connection

SB 541 - Schupp - Modifies requirements for water corporations collecting an infrastructure system replacement surcharge (ISRS) in St. Louis County

SB 542 - Schatz - Modifies the civil penalty for violating certain underground facility safety standards

SB 543 - Schatz - Modifies the civil penalty for violating federally mandated natural gas safety standards

SCR 19 - Emery - Establishes the Task Force on Retail Electric Competition and the Restructuring of the Electric Utility Industry

HB 85 - Redmon - Adds utility vehicles to the list of vehicles covered under the "Move Over Law"

HB 142 - Berry - Allows telephone companies to select an alternate method of property tax assessment

HB 247 - Alferman - Modifies provisions relating to voter approval for municipally-offered services

HB 340 - Fitzwater - Modifies provisions relating to the regulation of utilities

HB 571 - Engler - Modifies provisions relating to natural resources

HB 656 - Rhoads - Modifies provisions relating to wireless communications infrastructure

HB 661 - Bondon - Modifies provisions relating to energy

Veterans (14)

SB 18 - Kraus - Modifies provisions relating to the collection of money by public entities

SB 108 - Romine - Grants reemployment rights to members of the military

SB 144 - Wallingford - Allows members of the National Guard and reserve components of the Armed Forces to deduct military income from their Missouri adjusted gross income

SB 279 - Kraus - Adds certain forms to the list of documents sufficient to demonstrate eligibility for a veteran designation on an applicant's driver's license or non-driver identification card

SB 439 - Riddle - Provides that certain applicants need only furnish proof of their disability one time to receive or renew a disabled veteran license plate bearing a wheelchair accessibility symbol

SB 452 - Hoskins - Creates the Missouri Video Lottery Control Act

SCR 16 - Sater - Recognizes the Gold Star Families Memorial Monument on the College of the Ozarks campus as the official Gold Star Families Memorial Monument of Missouri

SCR 18 - Wallingford - Urges the Defense POW/MIA Accounting Agency to prioritze resolving the cases of 15 Missourians from the Vietnam War whose status is presumptive finding of death

SJR 8 - Romine - Exempts disabled veterans from real and personal property taxes

HB 151 - Corlew - Allows the Department of Revenue to issue REAL ID compliant driver's licenses and identification cards

HB 219 - Hill - Modifies provisions relating to diversionary courts and private probation services

HB 805 - Basye - Modifies provisions relating to combat decoration license plate recognition

HCR 6 - Justus - Recognizes the Gold Star Families Memorial Monument at the College of the Ozarks campus as the official Gold Star Families Memorial Monument of Missouri

HCR 35 - Hurst - Urges the Defense POW/MIA Accounting Agency to prioritize the cases of the 15 Missourians from the Vietnam War whose status remains presumptive finding of death

Veterinarians (9)

SB 50 - Walsh - Modifies several provisions relating to health care

SB 88 - Brown - Establishes a two year statute of limitation for claims of malpractice or negligence against veterinarians

SB 125 - Wasson - Modifies provisions relating to the regulation of certain professions

SB 156 - Munzlinger - Modifies provisions relating to animals

SB 331 - Hegeman - Modifies provisions relating to the confiscation of animals

HB 159 - McGaugh - Establishes a two year statute of limitation for claims of malpractice or negligence against veterinarians

HB 349 - Brown - Provides that inspections of certain x-ray systems shall not be required more frequently than every four years

HB 384 - Anderson - Modifies provisions relating to the confiscation of animals

HB 815 - Basye - Modifies provisions relating to the regulation of certain professions

Victims of Crime (16)

SB 46 - Libla - Modifies provisions relating to certain crimes against emergency service providers and creates the Blue Alert System

SB 68 - Onder - Modifies provisions relating to victims of crime

SB 128 - Dixon - Modifies various provisions regarding criminal offenses, the Attorney General, the Department of Revenue, child support and custody, trusts and estates, guardianships, judges, court surcharges, court reporter fees, and victims of crime

SB 142 - Emery - Requires a person who has been found guilty of driving while intoxicated to complete a victim impact program approved by the court

SB 154 - Schaaf - Establishes and defines restorative justice conferences

SB 160 - Sater - Modifies provisions relating to child protection

SB 265 - Schatz - Creates the "Blue Alert System" for notifying the public when law enforcement officers are seriously injured or killed

SB 289 - Nasheed - Allows tenants to terminate their lease or change the locks on the premises in certain situations of domestic violence, stalking, or sexual assault

SB 512 - Dixon - Modifies various criminal offenses including assault, harassment, acceding to corruption, and driving while intoxicated and provides for a court surcharge in certain cases

SB 513 - Dixon - Modifies certain provisions relating to the testimony of victims and witnesses

HB 260 - Brown - Modifies provisions relating to the protection of certain vulnerable persons

HB 261 - Brown - Requires certain facilities to display a poster relating to human trafficking

HB 302 - Hill - Modifies provisions relating to emergency responders

HB 743 - Conway - Modifies provisions relating to compensation for victims of crime

HB 1158 - Franklin - Modifies provisions relating to child abuse

HCB 1 - McGaugh - Modifies various provisions regarding criminal offenses, the Attorney General, the Department of Revenue, child support and custody, trusts and estates, guardianships, judges, court surcharges, court reporter fees, and victim's of crime

Vital Statistics (1)

HB 381 - Evans - Modifies provisions relating to health care records

Waste - Hazardous (6)

SB 22 - Chappelle-Nadal - Modifies provisions relating to contaminated homes

SB 76 - Munzlinger - Prohibits private nuisance actions from being brought when the property owner has a related government issued permit

SB 405 - Hegeman - Modifies provisions relating to public safety

SB 489 - Schatz - Requires the Missouri Hazardous Waste Commission to promulgate rules and regulation for coal combustion residual units in lieu of federal solid waste regulations by June 1, 2018

SB 525 - Riddle - Extends the expiration of the lead-acid battery fee from December 31, 2018 to December 31, 2023

HB 571 - Engler - Modifies provisions relating to natural resources

Waste - Radioactive (3)

SB 22 - Chappelle-Nadal - Modifies provisions relating to contaminated homes

SB 76 - Munzlinger - Prohibits private nuisance actions from being brought when the property owner has a related government issued permit

HB 571 - Engler - Modifies provisions relating to natural resources

Waste - Solid (4)

SB 22 - Chappelle-Nadal - Modifies provisions relating to contaminated homes

SB 76 - Munzlinger - Prohibits private nuisance actions from being brought when the property owner has a related government issued permit

SB 489 - Schatz - Requires the Missouri Hazardous Waste Commission to promulgate rules and regulation for coal combustion residual units in lieu of federal solid waste regulations by June 1, 2018

HB 571 - Engler - Modifies provisions relating to natural resources

Water Patrol (3)

SB 297 - Hummel - Establishes the "Alexandra and Brayden Anderson Electric Shock Drowning Prevention Act"

HB 181 - Phillips - Permits agents of the Conservation Commission and water patrol to enforce certain laws relating to littering and abandoning motor vehicles, and requires law enforcement officers to enforce those laws

HB 558 - Ross - Enacts provisions relating to water safety

Water Resources and Water Districts (9)

SB 30 - Sater - Enacts provisions to political subdivisions

SB 145 - Wallingford - Modifies provisions relating to very small water and sewer corporations

SB 184 - Emery - Modifies provisions relating to water and sewer corporations

SB 232 - Schatz - Adds a provision relating to population changes in St. Louis County for purposes of water corporations collecting an infrastructure system replacement surcharge

SB 281 - Hegeman - Requires board members of public water supply districts to complete training in each elected or appointed term of office

SB 528 - Hegeman - Changes the maximum amount of a grant that may be issued by the Department of Natural Resources for financing certain utility projects from $1,400 per connection to $3,000 per connection

SB 541 - Schupp - Modifies requirements for water corporations collecting an infrastructure system replacement surcharge (ISRS) in St. Louis County

HB 247 - Alferman - Modifies provisions relating to voter approval for municipally-offered services

HCR 9 - Gannon - Urges the City of DeSoto and Jefferson County to establish a Joachim Creek Joint Task Force

Weapons (4)

SB 89 - 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 152 - Schupp - Modifies provisions relating to the sale of firearms by licensed dealers

SB 181 - Nasheed - Requires the reporting of lost or stolen firearms

SB 318 - Sifton - Applies the offense of unlawful possession of firearms to certain additional categories of individuals in possession of firearms

Workers Compensation (12)

SB 66 - Schatz - Modifies provisions of law relating to workers' compensation

SB 113 - Schatz - Modifies the law relating to discharge of employees under workers' compensation statutes

SB 124 - Wasson - Modifies provisions relating to political subdivisions

SB 236 - Schatz - Establishes a workers' compensation claims database

SB 266 - Schatz - Enacts new provisions of law relating to professional employer organizations

SB 282 - Hegeman - Modifies provisions relating to public safety

SB 290 - Schatz - Modifies provisions relating to workers' compensation

SB 330 - Munzlinger - Modifies provisions relating to workers' compensation liability

SB 415 - Hummel - Modifies provisions relating to occupational diseases for firefighters under workers' compensation laws

SB 443 - Chappelle-Nadal - Modifies the statute of limitations for certain claims under workers' compensation

SB 481 - Sifton - Modifies provisions relating to occupational diseases under workers' compensation laws

HB 289 - Fitzpatrick - Modifies provisions relating to workers' compensation