SRB 216
Repeals expired, ineffective, and obsolete statutory provisions
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Last Action:
3/4/2021 - Voted Do Pass S Governmental Accountability and Fiscal Oversight Committee
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Effective Date:
August 28, 2021

Current Bill Summary

SRB 216 - This act repeals specified expired, terminated, sunset and obsolete statutory provisions, including the following:

1. Report required to be completed by January 1, 1996, by the Office of Administration regarding the state legal expense fund (105.721);

2. Expired provision regarding campaign contributions received by committees (130.034);

3. Report required to be completed by December 31, 2016, by the Joint Committee on Education regarding charter schools (160.405);

4. Obsolete intersectional reference in provision creating Outstanding Schools Trust Fund (160.500);

5. Career Readiness Course Task Force that was dissolved on December 1, 2019 (167.910);

6. Report required to be completed by December 1, 2017, in the 15 to Finish Act (173.2510);

7. Expired provision regarding certain education and screening programs (178.697);

8. Expired provision regarding the waiver of the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) work requirements (208.244);

9. Report required to be completed by November 1, 2005, by the Dental Hygienist Distance Learning Committee (332.304);

10. Report required to be completed by January 1, 2002, by the Department of Natural Resources regarding the use of alternative fuels (414.407);

11. Obsolete intersectional references in child support provisions (454.433 to 454.490);

12. Expired court fee in Franklin County (488.426);

13. Obsolete provision regarding the Missouri Training and Employment Council (620.570);

14. Report required to be completed by January 1, 1983, by the Department of Mental Health regarding alcohol and drug abuse facilities (630.717);

15. The repeal of the following expired, sunset, or obsolete sections:

- The Missouri Task Force on Fair, Nondiscriminatory Local Taxation Concerning Motor Vehicles, Trailers, Boats, and Outboard Motors (32.088);

- Department of Revenue report on local government revenue from communication service providers (67.5125);

- Distressed Areas Land Assemblage Tax Credit Act (99.1205);

- Obsolete reports by Missouri Consolidated Health Care Plan board (103.175 and 103.178);

- Obsolete retirement provisions as determined by the Missouri State Employees' Retirement System (104.403 and 104.404);

- Tax credit for charcoal producers (135.313);

- Alternative fuel vehicle refueling property and electric vehicle recharging property tax credit (135.710);

- Film production tax credit (135.750);

- Prohibition on ballot measures imposing restrictions on public financial incentives in St. Louis City (135.980);

- Study Commission on State Tax Policy (136.450);

- Tax deduction for job creation by small businesses (143.173);

- Tax refund contribution for after-school retreat reading and assessment grant program fund (143.1008);

- Tax refund contribution for breast cancer awareness trust fund (143.1009);

- Tax refund contribution for American Red Cross trust fund (143.1013);

- Tax refund contribution for puppy protection trust fund (143.1014);

- Tax refund contribution for developmental disabilities waiting list equity trust fund (143.1017);

- Master list of autism spectrum disorder resources known as "Bryce's Law" (161.825);

- Trauma-Informed Schools Pilot Program (161.1055);

- Money from environmental violations to not be included in school local effort calculations (163.024);

- Provision regarding providing food service in schools eligible to reduce make-up days (171.034);

- Engineering college grant program appropriation (172.287);

- Vietnam veterans' survivors grant program (173.236);

- Department of Higher Education study on technology industry certifications (173.680);

- Obsolete reference in St. Louis Metropolitan Park and Museum District statute (184.384);

- Department of Public Safety study of public safety answering points (190.450);

- Women's heart health program (191.425);

- Obsolete reference to Perinatal Substance Abuse Program (191.743);

- Obsolete section regarding expired perinatal substance abuse program (191.950);

- Money follows the person demonstration program (192.926);

- Expired provisions regarding residence of officers at the Missouri Rehabilitation Center (199.020);

- Low-Wage Trap Elimination Act (208.053);

- Reimbursement rates for nursing care services (208.169);

- Report on case management services for the elderly (208.627);

- Missouri Task Force on the Prevention of Infant Abuse and Neglect (210.154);

-Trauma-Informed Care for Children and Families Task Force (210.1030);

- Obsolete affording housing definition (215.263);

- Sentencing and Corrections Oversight Commission (217.147);

- Dry-cleaning facilities (260.900 to 260.965);

- Contingent renewal for provision regarding extended unemployment compensation benefits under federal act did not occur (288.501);

- Task Force on the Petroleum Storage Tank Insurance Fund (319.140);

- Tax credit for purchase of dry fire hydrant (320.093);

- Intervention pain management by physicians (334.153);

- Missouri Electronic Prior Authorization Committee (338.320);

- RX Cares for Missouri Program (338.700 to 338.710);

- Task Force on Wind Energy (393.1073);

- Obsolete section regarding already repealed Uniform Interstate Family Support Act (454.849);

- Provision regarding electronic court filings (476.1000);

- Three-year pilot project for a mental health assessment process (559.117);

- Manufacturing Jobs Act (620.1910);

- Ozark Exploration Bicentennial Commission (620.2100);

- Legislative Task Force on Dyslexia (633.420);

- Interagency plan between the Department of Natural Resources and the Department of Conservation (640.030); and

- Obsolete rulemaking authority provision for Department of Social Services (660.512).



No Amendments Found.