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EDUCATION BILLS 2018
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HB 1236  

Stacy, Dan(R) Changes the laws regarding tax increment financing districts.
Bill History: 03-14-18 H Public hearing completed


HB 1238  

Stacy, Dan(R) Changes the laws regarding tax credits by placing a sunset clause on every credit.
Bill History: 02-28-18 H Referred to House Committee on House-Ways and Means


HB 1239  

Stacy, Dan(R) Changes the laws regarding the historical preservation tax credit.
Bill History: 01-04-18 H Read second time


HB 1244  

Bangert, Gretchen(D) Requires driver's license examiners to demonstrate to applicants what he or she is likely to experience during a traffic stop and requires driver's education providers to include curriculum on traffic stops
Bill History: 01-04-18 H Read second time


HB 1245  

Bangert, Gretchen(D) Establishes a Career Readiness Task Force.
Bill History: 03-15-18 H Referred to House Committee on House-Rules-Administrative Oversight


HB 1251  

Plocher, Dean(R) Changes the laws regarding foreclosure proceeds
Bill History: 03-13-18 S Voted do pass as substitute from committee on Senate-Insurance and Banking


HB 1255  

Schroer, Nick(R) 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
Bill History: 03-27-18 H Meeting set for 5:00 PM or upon conclusion of afternoon sess - House-Judiciary


HB 1263  

Schroer, Nick(R) Proposes mandatory placement of first aid trauma kits in public buildings
Bill History: 02-14-18 H Referred to House Committee on House-Rules-Administrative Oversight


HB 1267  

Lichtenegger, Donna(R) Changes the laws by adding virtual institutions to the "Access Missouri Financial Assistance Program"
Bill History: 03-27-18 S Meeting set for 1:00 PM, SCR 1 - Senate-Education


HB 1270  

Lant, Bill(R) Allows any county to vote to exempt political subdivisions and public institutions of higher education engaged in the construction of public works wholly within the county from the prevailing wage law
Bill History: 01-30-18 H Public hearing completed


HB 1271  

Lant, Bill(R) Establishes the School Construction Act, which exempts construction and maintenance work done for certain school districts from the prevailing wage requirement upon the school board's approval
Bill History: 01-30-18 H Public hearing completed


HB 1272  

Lant, Bill(R) Allows public bodies to opt out of prevailing wage laws for the construction of public works projects that are $750,000 or less
Bill History: 01-23-18 H Not heard in committee House-Economic Development


HB 1279  

Beck, Doug(D) Changes the laws regarding the safekeeping of personal information
Bill History: 01-04-18 H Read second time


HB 1280  

Beck, Doug(D) Changes the laws regarding tax increment financing districts
Bill History: 01-04-18 H Read second time


HB 1293  

Reisch, Cheri(R) Repeals provisions relating to prevailing wages on public works
Bill History: 01-04-18 H Referred to House Committee on House-Economic Development


HB 1294  

Reisch, Cheri(R) Specifies that parental liberty to direct the upbringing, education, and care of his or her children is a fundamental right
Bill History: 02-21-18 H Referred to House Committee on House-Judiciary


HB 1303  

Alferman, Justin(R)
Rowden, Caleb(R)
Changes the laws regarding lobbyist expenditures
Bill History: 03-21-18 S Set on the Senate Calendar


HB 1315  

Baringer, Donna(D) Allows students to apply sunscreen at school
Bill History: 01-04-18 H Referred to House Committee on House-Elementary and Secondary Education


HB 1321  

Roberts, Steve(D) Requires the establishment of the "Missouri Youth Challenge Academy"
Bill History: 03-08-18 H Referred to House Committee on House-Rules-Legislative Oversight


HB 1334  

Walker, Cora Faith(D) Specifies that if federal funds are not appropriated for the Children's Health Insurance Program (CHIP), the General Assembly shall fund the program.
Bill History: 01-04-18 H Read second time


HB 1339  

Newman, Stacey(D) Creates the offense of making a threat to the security of a public building or public school.
Bill History: 01-04-18 H Read second time


HB 1348  

Black, Rusty(R) Specifies that the department of elementary and secondary education handles funds from career and technical student organizations.
Bill History: 03-07-18 H Referred to House Committee on House-Rules-Administrative Oversight


HB 1357  

Kelley, Mike(R) Authorizes an earned income tax credit in Missouri.
Bill History: 03-15-18 H Committee hearing cancelled House-Rules-Administrative Oversight


HB 1358  

Davis, Charlie(R) Establishes the Password Privacy Protection Act.
Bill History: 03-15-18 S Referred to Senate Committee on Senate-General Laws


HB 1362  

Kidd, Bill E.(R) Authorizes a tax credit for senior citizen property owners.
Bill History: 02-28-18 H Referred to House Committee on House-Ways and Means


HB 1363  

Kidd, Bill E.(R) Requires teachers and principals to complete two hours of suicide prevention education each school year.
Bill History: 03-26-18 H Meeting set for 5:00 PM or Upon Adj., whichever is later, HR - House-Rules-Administrative Oversight


HB 1365  

Gannon, Elaine(R) Creates an advisory council to make recommendations to the state board of education regarding standards and testing for certain students.
Bill History: 01-04-18 H Read second time


HB 1366  

Basye, Chuck(R) Modifies provisions relating to school bus drivers.
Bill History: 03-08-18 S Referred to Senate Committee on Senate-Education


HB 1369  

Sommer, Chrissy(R) Revises the definition of "service dog" to include animals that provide support or therapeutic functions for individuals with psychiatric or mental disabilities
Bill History: 03-23-18 H Set on the House Calendar


HB 1370  

Sommer, Chrissy(R) Requires public schools to post certain financial information online for public access
Bill History: 03-13-18 S Hearing conducted


HB 1371  

Sommer, Chrissy(R) 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
Bill History: 03-13-18 S Hearing conducted


HB 1373  

Ruth, Becky(R) Specifies that a teacher representative shall be appointed to the state board of education.
Bill History: 01-04-18 H Read second time


HB 1377  

Walsh, Sara(R) Extends the expiration date of the Champion for Children Tax Credit.
Bill History: 01-30-18 H Superseded by - see HB 1288


HB 1385  

Spencer, Bryan(R) Establishes the Student Accountability Act that gives those students with certain scores on an assessment a notation on their high school diploma.
Bill History: 03-14-18 H Voted do pass as amended from committee on House-Elementary and Secondary Education


HB 1387  

Spencer, Bryan(R) Allows school districts to be excused from compliance with certain statutes in the event of withholding of funds by the governor.
Bill History: 02-26-18 H Public hearing completed


HB 1408  

Spencer, Bryan(R) Modifies provisions relating to virtual education
Bill History: 03-13-18 S Committee hearing cancelled Senate-Education


HB 1412  

Taylor, Jered(R) Requires administration of a statewide assessment test for five years before any revisions to the test may be made.
Bill History: 01-24-18 H Referred to House Committee on House-Elementary and Secondary Education


HB 1413  

Taylor, Jered(R)
Onder, Bob(R)
Requires authorization for certain labor unions to use dues and fees to make political contributions and requires consent for withholding earnings from paychecks.
Bill History: 03-21-18 S Set on the Senate Calendar


HB 1415  

Lauer, Jeanie(R) Allows teachers to count hours spent in externships with local businesses as professional development hours.
Bill History: 03-13-18 S Hearing conducted


HB 1416  

Davis, Charlie(R) Changes the laws regarding tax refunds so that certain senior citizen taxpayers may file a refund claim within five years instead of three years.
Bill History: 02-12-18 H Public hearing completed


HB 1417  

Kelley, Mike(R) Establishes a reading intervention program for K-3 students with reading deficiencies.
Bill History: 01-11-18 H Referred to House Committee on House-Elementary and Secondary Education


HB 1419  

Haefner, Marsha(R) Requires certain health care professionals to complete two hours of suicide prevention training as a condition of licensure.
Bill History: 03-23-18 H Set on the House Calendar


HB 1420  

Pfautsch, Donna(R) Extends the sunset on the early learning quality assurance report program.
Bill History: 03-13-18 S Hearing conducted


HB 1421  

Pfautsch, Donna(R) Requires each school district to establish a policy on acceleration and districts with gifted education programs to establish appeal procedures.
Bill History: 03-13-18 S Hearing conducted


HB 1423  

Roeber, Rebecca(R) Changes the law relating to the prohibition on expenditure of public funds to support or oppose candidates and certain measures.
Bill History: 03-01-18 H Referred to House Committee on House-Rules-Administrative Oversight


HB 1424  

Roeber, Rebecca(R) Changes election procedures for school board members.
Bill History: 03-15-18 H Reported do pass House-Rules-Administrative Oversight


HB 1429  

Muntzel, Dave(R) Authorizes a tax credit for donations to a homeless shelter.
Bill History: 03-23-18 H Set on the House Calendar


HB 1435  

Sommer, Chrissy(R) Modifies provisions relating to services and programs for gifted children.
Bill History: 03-15-18 H Reported do pass House-Rules-Administrative Oversight


HB 1436  

Love, Warren(R) Repeals provisions relating to prevailing wages on public works
Bill History: 02-13-18 H Superseded by - see HB 1729


HB 1438  

Evans, Jean(R) Changes the laws regarding the Sporting Event Sports Contract Tax Credit and extends its sunset date.
Bill History: 03-13-18 H Public hearing completed


HB 1446  

Eggleston, J.(R) Modifies provisions relating to non-election successions in certain political subdivisions.
Bill History: 03-01-18 S Voted do pass as substitute from committee on Senate-Local Government and Elections


HB 1449  

May, Karla(D) Establishes the Family Education Leave Act.
Bill History: 01-04-18 H Read second time


HB 1453  

May, Karla(D) Requires the state board of education to terminate the transitional school board under certain circumstances.
Bill History: 01-04-18 H Read second time


HB 1455  

Lauer, Jeanie(R) Requires high schools and public institutions of higher education to provide information related to careers and salaries to students.
Bill History: 03-13-18 S Hearing conducted


HB 1457  

Lauer, Jeanie(R) Requires school districts to offer a course on computer programming to high school students.
Bill History: 03-23-18 H Set on the House Calendar


HB 1461  

Anderson, Sonya(R) Modifies provisions relating to the Address Confidentiality Program.
Bill History: 03-15-18 S Referred to Senate Committee on Senate-Seniors/Families and Children


HB 1464  

Berry, T.J.(R) Authorizes telephone companies to elect to have their tangible personal property assessed in accordance with a depreciation schedule.
Bill History: 03-13-18 S Voted do pass from committee on Senate-Ways and Means


HB 1479  

Brattin, Rick(R) Implements the Streamlined Sales and Use Tax Agreement and dedicates the resulting revenue to the State Road Fund
Bill History: 02-28-18 H Referred to House Committee on House-Ways and Means


HB 1482  

Davis, Charlie(R) Changes the laws regarding real property assessments to require presumptions in favor of the property owner in valuation hearings.
Bill History: 01-04-18 H Read second time


HB 1493  

Wood, David(R) Requires school districts to recognize certain graduate and undergraduate hours as equivalent to a master's degree on the salary schedule.
Bill History: 03-14-18 H Voted do pass as amended from committee on House-Elementary and Secondary Education


HB 1496  

Dogan, Shamed(R) Prohibits lobbyists from giving gifts to local government officials, with an exception for group gifts.
Bill History: 03-06-18 H Public hearing completed


HB 1506  

Kelley, Mike(R) Allows school districts to implement alternative instruction plans to avoid make-up days.
Bill History: 02-07-18 H Referred to House Committee on House-Elementary and Secondary Education


HB 1507  

Cross, Gary(R) Allows an enrolled agent or certified public accountant to represent a client before the Administrative Hearing Commission in matters relating to an assessment or reassessment of tax.
Bill History: 01-04-18 H Read second time


HB 1508  

Cross, Gary(R) Provides that no person or entity that rents or leases real property shall be required to obtain a business license by any political subdivision.
Bill History: 01-04-18 H Read second time


HB 1511  

Berry, T.J.(R) Authorizes a sales tax exemption for items used in the production or transmission of electricity to customers.
Bill History: 01-24-18 H Referred to House Committee on House-Ways and Means


HB 1513  

Corlew, Kevin(R) Establishes a limit on residential property assessment increases for the elderly and disabled who own and live in their principal residence proportional to the increase of their Social Security benefit.
Bill History: 01-24-18 H Referred to House Committee on House-Local Government


HB 1515  

McCann Beatty, Gail(D) Modifies provisions related to protections for whistleblowers and payments out of the state legal expense fund.
Bill History: 01-04-18 H Read second time


HB 1517  

McCann Beatty, Gail(D) Requires the attorney general and the commissioner of administration to submit to the general assembly a monthly report of all settlements and judgments paid from the state legal expense fund.
Bill History: 03-13-18 S Reported to the Senate and first read


HB 1520  

Cookson, Steve(R) Raises the minimum teacher salary for the 2019-20 school year, subject to appropriation.
Bill History: 03-07-18 H Referred to House Committee on House-Rules-Administrative Oversight


HB 1521  

Cookson, Steve(R) Requires any statewide athletic organization with a public school district as a member to report to the joint committee on education during the legislative interim.
Bill History: 01-11-18 H Referred to House Committee on House-Elementary and Secondary Education


HB 1529  

Davis, Charlie(R) Authorizes a tax deduction for firefighters who complete training during the year.
Bill History: 01-04-18 H Read second time


HB 1532  

Butler, Michael(D) Modifies the Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics Fund.
Bill History: 01-04-18 H Read second time


HB 1533  

Butler, Michael(D) Establishes the Economic Education Partnership Act that allows certain small businesses to retain withholding taxes.
Bill History: 01-04-18 H Read second time


HB 1534  

Butler, Michael(D) Establishes the Missouri Parent/Teacher Involvement Act.
Bill History: 01-04-18 H Read second time


HB 1535  

Butler, Michael(D) Authorizes a tax credit for a contributions to certain public school foundations.
Bill History: 01-04-18 H Read second time


HB 1549  

Alferman, Justin(R) Allows certain motor vehicle purchasers an allowance against sales tax for any agricultural products produced by such purchaser.
Bill History: 03-12-18 H Reported do pass House-Rules-Legislative Oversight


HB 1551  

Newman, Stacey(D) Modifies provisions relating to human sexuality and sexually transmitted disease education.
Bill History: 01-04-18 H Read second time


HB 1553  

Neely, James(R) Modifies provisions relating to guardianship and conservatorship proceedings.
Bill History: 03-15-18 H Referred to House Committee on House-Rules-Legislative Oversight


HB 1558  

Neely, James(R) Creates the offense of nonconsensual dissemination of private sexual images.
Bill History: 03-08-18 S Referred to Senate Committee on Senate-General Laws


HB 1560  

Morris, Lynn(R) Prohibits discrimination against children who are not immunized.
Bill History: 01-04-18 H Read second time


HB 1561  

Andrews, Allen(R) Exempts counties of the third and fourth classification from the prevailing wage laws.
Bill History: 01-04-18 H Referred to House Committee on House-Economic Development


HB 1562  

Andrews, Allen(R) Exempts counties of the third and fourth classification from prevailing wage laws for the construction of public works that are less than $500,000.
Bill History: 01-04-18 H Referred to House Committee on House-Economic Development


HB 1564  

Davis, Charlie(R) Modifies provisions relating to the housing of a convicted sex offender in a homeless shelter that was in existence prior to a school or child care facility being built within 1000 feet of it.
Bill History: 01-02-18 H Withdrawn


HB 1565  

Christofanelli, Phil(R) Changes the vote required to pass a statewide ballot measure from a majority vote to sixty percent of the votes cast.
Bill History: 02-28-18 H Referred to House Committee on House-Rules-Legislative Oversight


HB 1567  

Christofanelli, Phil(R) Changes the law regarding municipal elections
Bill History: 02-21-18 H Referred to House Committee on House-Elementary and Secondary Education


HB 1568  

Christofanelli, Phil(R) Changes the laws regarding tax increment financing districts so that cities must hold a thirty-day comment period before passing an ordinance
Bill History: 01-04-18 H Read second time


HB 1569  

Christofanelli, Phil(R) Allows excused absences for students whose parents were deployed to a combat zone.
Bill History: 03-15-18 H Reported do pass House-Rules-Administrative Oversight


HB 1573  

Rowland-155, Lyle(R) Allows a school district to use a calendar based on hours of attendance rather than hours and days of attendance, if the minimum number of hours is at least 1,044 hours of actual pupil attendance.
Bill History: 03-13-18 S Reported to the Senate and first read


HB 1575  

Berry, T.J.(R) Modifies provisions relating to public utilities.
Bill History: 01-11-18 H Referred to House Committee on House-Utilities


HB 1576  

Wiemann, John D.(R) Modifies provisions relating to administrative proceedings.
Bill History: 02-21-18 H Referred to House Committee on House-Rules-Legislative Oversight


HB 1577  

Wiemann, John D.(R) Changes the laws relating to labor organizations.
Bill History: 03-07-18 H Voted do pass from committee on House-Rules-Legislative Oversight


HB 1580  

Franks, Bruce(D) Modifies provisions relating to charter schools.
Bill History: 01-04-18 H Read second time


HB 1582  

Franks, Bruce(D) Requires the state board of education to terminate the transitional school board under certain circumstances.
Bill History: 01-04-18 H Read second time


HB 1593  

Davis, Charlie(R) Creates a definition of secondary school to include grades not lower than fifth grade nor higher than twelfth grade.
Bill History: 01-04-18 H Read second time


HB 1599  

Fraker, Lyndall(R) Changes the laws regarding local use taxes by modifying the ballot language for voter approval.
Bill History: 02-28-18 H Public hearing completed


HB 1601  

Merideth, Peter(D) Changes the laws regarding taxation by reducing the amount businesses and employers may retain for timely remitting sales and withholding taxes and directing the savings created to certain funds.
Bill History: 02-28-18 H Referred to House Committee on House-Ways and Means


HB 1606  

Gannon, Elaine(R) Modifies provisions relating to elementary and secondary education.
Bill History: 03-13-18 S Voted do pass from committee on Senate-Education


HB 1610  

Franklin, Diane(R) Modifies provisions relating to reports of child abuse or neglect.
Bill History: 01-16-18 H Public hearing completed


HB 1617  

Barnes-60, Jason(R) Modifies provisions relating to telehealth.
Bill History: 03-14-18 S Voted do pass as substitute from committee on Senate-General Laws


HB 1621  

Rehder, Holly(R) Repeals provisions relating to prevailing wages on public works
Bill History: 02-13-18 H Superseded by - see HB 1729


HB 1623  

Fitzwater-49, Travis(R) Establishes a statewide STEM career awareness program and enacts new provisions of law related to computer science.
Bill History: 03-15-18 S Referred to Senate Committee on Senate-Economic Development


HB 1639  

Stacy, Dan(R) Establishes the Missouri Empowerment Scholarship Accounts Program.
Bill History: 01-04-18 H Read second time


HB 1643  

Berry, T.J.(R) Establishes the "Power Purchasing and Resale Act".
Bill History: 01-04-18 H Read second time


HB 1648  

Cornejo, Robert(R) Changes the laws regarding property that may be exempt from execution.
Bill History: 01-04-18 H Referred to House Committee on House-Judiciary


HB 1651  

Cornejo, Robert(R) Modifies provisions relating to the publication of electronic notice of the sale of real property.
Bill History: 03-14-18 H Voted do pass from committee on House-Rules-Legislative Oversight


HB 1656  

Cornejo, Robert(R) Establishes the "Professional Employer Organization Act".
Bill History: 03-15-18 S Reported to the Senate and first read


HB 1660  

Swan, Kathy(R) Modifies provisions relating to career and technical education.
Bill History: 03-08-18 S Referred to Senate Committee on Senate-Education


HB 1663  

Swan, Kathy(R) Allows school districts to establish comprehensive school counseling programs for students attending school in the district.
Bill History: 03-08-18 S Referred to Senate Committee on Senate-Education


HB 1664  

Swan, Kathy(R) Allows children who attend early childhood education programs that are under contracts with districts or charter schools to be included in the average daily attendance of the district or charter school.
Bill History: 03-15-18 H Referred to House Committee on House-Rules-Administrative Oversight


HB 1665  

Swan, Kathy(R)
Rowden, Caleb(R)
Establishes a visiting scholars certificate of license to teach.
Bill History: 03-14-18 S Truly Agreed to and Finally Passed


HB 1666  

Swan, Kathy(R) Specifies that all new and existing tax credits shall be approved by the General Assembly as part of the budget process.
Bill History: 02-28-18 H Referred to House Committee on House-Ways and Means


HB 1668  

Swan, Kathy(R) Creates an educational savings plan for K-12 educational expenses.
Bill History: 01-04-18 H Read second time


HB 1669  

Swan, Kathy(R) Excludes funds designated by taxpayers in an urban district as local early childhood education funds from the local tax revenue calculation used to provide funding to charter schools.
Bill History: 03-08-18 H Committee hearing cancelled House-Elementary and Secondary Education


HB 1670  

Swan, Kathy(R) Changes the laws regarding teacher compensation.
Bill History: 01-24-18 H Referred to House Committee on House-Elementary and Secondary Education


HB 1671  

Swan, Kathy(R) Changes the laws regarding the champion for children tax credit by making certain additional organizations eligible to receive donations.
Bill History: 01-17-18 H Referred to House Committee on House-Ways and Means


HB 1672  

Kendrick, Kip(D) Establishes the Missouri Secure Choice Savings Program Act.
Bill History: 01-04-18 H Read second time


HB 1675  

Redmon, Craig(R) Modifies medical endorsement requirements for school bus drivers.
Bill History: 03-08-18 S Referred to Senate Committee on Senate-Education


HB 1676  

Redmon, Craig(R) Requires school bus drivers who are seventy years of age or older to complete the CDL Skills Test and the Driving Test on an annual basis.
Bill History: 03-08-18 S Referred to Senate Committee on Senate-Education


HB 1677  

Lauer, Jeanie(R) Allows students to take the ACT WorkKeys assessments instead of the ACT Plus Writing assessment.
Bill History: 02-26-18 H Set on the House Calendar


HB 1678  

Chipman, Jason(R) Establishes the "Curriculum Transparency Act".
Bill History: 01-09-18 H Committee hearing cancelled House-Higher Education


HB 1687  

Quade, Crystal(D) Authorizes Greene County and any city within the county to, upon voter approval, levy a sales tax dedicated to early childhood education programs
Bill History: 01-04-18 H Read second time


HB 1693  

DeGroot, Bruce(R) Modifies provisions relating to workers' compensation.
Bill History: 01-04-18 H Read second time


HB 1700  

Green, Alan(D) Changes the laws regarding tax increment financing districts.
Bill History: 01-04-18 H Read second time


HB 1701  

Green, Alan(D) Changes the laws regarding purchases to be made on competitive bids.
Bill History: 01-04-18 H Read second time


HB 1703  

Green, Alan(D) Establishes the Bonding Review Board to determine whether sufficient financial assets exist to back individual sureties and to rate providers of individual sureties.
Bill History: 01-04-18 H Read second time


HB 1712  

Pfautsch, Donna(R) Requires teacher training institutions to implement certain graduation requirements for elementary education students aimed at improving literacy in schools.
Bill History: 03-26-18 H Meeting set for 5:00 PM or Upon Adj., whichever is later, HR - House-Elementary and Secondary Education


HB 1721  

Black, Rusty(R) Prohibits the State Tax Commission from raising agricultural land productive values under certain circumstances.
Bill History: 02-13-18 H Referred to House Committee on House-Rules-Administrative Oversight


HB 1722  

Moon, Mike(R) Authorizes a sales tax refund for businesses that were assessed higher taxes without notice as a result of the Department of Revenue changing its interpretation of taxable items before August 28, 2015.
Bill History: 03-01-18 H Referred to House Committee on House-Rules-Legislative Oversight


HB 1725  

Barnes-28, Jerome(D) Expands the definition of special victim to include sports officials at a sporting event.
Bill History: 03-27-18 H Meeting set for 5:00 PM or upon conclusion of afternoon sess - House-Judiciary


HB 1729  

Justus, Jeff(R) Repeals provisions relating to prevailing wages on public works.
Bill History: 03-15-18 S Referred to Senate Committee on Senate-General Laws


HB 1730  

Justus, Jeff(R) Changes the laws regarding tax credits so that if the income tax rate is lowered, all tax credits are reduced proportionally.
Bill History: 02-28-18 H Referred to House Committee on House-Ways and Means


HB 1734  

Merideth, Peter(D) Authorizes the Community Police Tax Credit for law enforcement officers who live in a high-crime area
Bill History: 01-31-18 H Referred to House Committee on House-Ways and Means


HB 1736  

Merideth, Peter(D) Authorizes an earned income tax credit in Missouri
Bill History: 01-04-18 H Read second time


HB 1743  

Davis, Charlie(R) Changes the laws regarding sexual offenders residing near schools by specifying the 1,000 foot required distance be measured from the school property line.
Bill History: 03-27-18 H Meeting set for 8:00 AM, HR 5 - House-Crime Prevention and Public Safety


HB 1744  

Hansen, Jim(R) 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.
Bill History: 03-13-18 S Voted do pass from committee on Senate-Education


HB 1755  

Pogue, Jeffrey(R) Requires all public restrooms, other than single occupancy restrooms, to be gender-divided.
Bill History: 01-04-18 H Read second time


HB 1758  

Pogue, Jeffrey(R) Changes the laws regarding income tax so that tax rates are reduced if tax revenues exceed the revenues of any of the three previous years.
Bill History: 02-28-18 H Referred to House Committee on House-Ways and Means


HB 1761  

Pogue, Jeffrey(R) Prohibits school districts from collecting biometric information on students without the express written consent of parents or legal guardians.
Bill History: 01-04-18 H Read second time


HB 1767  

Arthur, Lauren(D) Modifies provisions relating to assessment and treatment services for children entering foster care.
Bill History: 03-23-18 H Set on the House Calendar


HB 1768  

Moon, Mike(R) Eliminates the criminal penalty for carrying a concealed weapon into any area where firearms are restricted under Section 571.107, RSMo.
Bill History: 01-24-18 H Referred to House Committee on House-General Laws


HB 1770  

Morgan, Judy(D) Requires children in the City of St. Louis and Kansas City school districts to enroll in a school by the age of five.
Bill History: 01-04-18 H Read second time


HB 1774  

Morgan, Judy(D) Extends the duration of unemployment benefits.
Bill History: 01-04-18 H Read second time


HB 1775  

Franks, Bruce(D) Authorizes a tax credit for establishing a new business in a distressed community.
Bill History: 02-28-18 H Referred to House Committee on House-Ways and Means


HB 1781  

Ellington, Brandon(D) Requires the Department of Revenue to include in the Missouri Driver Guide educational material on vehicular stops and searches by law enforcement.
Bill History: 03-06-18 H Referred to House Committee on House-Crime Prevention and Public Safety


HB 1785  

Ellington, Brandon(D) Allows certain small businesses to be eligible to claim any state tax incentive that certain corporations may claim.
Bill History: 01-04-18 H Read second time


HB 1788  

Ellington, Brandon(D) Specifies that students shall take a world history course in order to graduate from high school.
Bill History: 01-04-18 H Read second time


HB 1789  

Ellington, Brandon(D) Allows school districts to create magnet schools and changes provisions regarding the powers of superintendents.
Bill History: 02-27-18 H Referred to House Committee on House-Elementary and Secondary Education


HB 1791  

Ellington, Brandon(D) Establishes the Missouri DREAM Trust Fund and the Missouri Dream Trust Fund Commission.
Bill History: 01-04-18 H Read second time


HB 1796  

Ruth, Becky(R) Establishes the First-Time Home Buyer Savings Account Act and authorizes a tax deduction for contributions to a savings account dedicated to buying a first home.
Bill History: 03-13-18 S Hearing conducted


HB 1798  

Fitzwater-49, Travis(R) Establishes an advisory committee to monitor the tracking of language development milestones of children who are deaf or hard of hearing.
Bill History: 01-23-18 H Public hearing completed


HB 1799  

DeGroot, Bruce(R) Modifies provisions relating to notices on workers' compensation requirements.
Bill History: 02-27-18 H Referred to House Committee on House-Rules-Administrative Oversight


HB 1802  

Miller, Rocky(R) Changes the law regarding exemptions of sale taxes by clarifying a definition to exempt the production of communication services.
Bill History: 03-15-18 H Returned to committee without amendment House-General Laws


HB 1803  

Matthiesen, Mark(R) Changes the laws regarding school reporting requirements to law enforcement.
Bill History: 03-13-18 H Reported do pass House-Rules-Administrative Oversight


HB 1806  

Matthiesen, Mark(R) Changes the law regarding property assessments of certain airports.
Bill History: 02-08-18 H Referred to House Committee on House-Rules-Administrative Oversight


HB 1812  

Smith-85, Clem(D) Changes the laws regarding school accreditation and student transfers.
Bill History: 01-04-18 H Read second time


HB 1817  

Mitten, Gina(D) Prohibits members and employees of public governmental bodies from using software designed to send encrypted messages that automatically self-destruct to conduct public business.
Bill History: 01-04-18 H Read second time


HB 1818  

Lavender, Deb(D) Prohibits elected officials from accepting lobbyist gifts and prohibits lobbyists from providing gifts to such elected officials.
Bill History: 01-04-18 H Read second time


HB 1823  

Ellebracht, Mark(D) Modifies provisions relating to ethics.
Bill History: 01-04-18 H Read second time


HB 1824  

Fitzwater-49, Travis(R) Changes the laws regarding taxation.
Bill History: 02-28-18 H Referred to House Committee on House-Ways and Means


HB 1825  

Grier, Derek(R) Changes the law regarding the historic preservation tax credit by limiting its use to blighted areas and prohibiting its use on certain residential property.
Bill History: 03-08-18 H Referred to House Committee on House-Ways and Means


HB 1826  

Houghton, Jay(R) Prohibits local school districts from setting an opening date for the school term that is more than ten calendar days prior to the first Monday in September
Bill History: 01-04-18 H Referred to House Committee on House-Elementary and Secondary Education


HB 1828  

Houghton, Jay(R) Creates a certification process for individuals and organizations engaged in animal care training
Bill History: 03-15-18 S Reported to the Senate and first read


HB 1830  

Ruth, Becky(R) Changes provisions relating to teacher salaries
Bill History: 02-12-18 H Public hearing completed


HB 1836  

Adams, Joe(D) Implements the Streamlined Sales and Use Tax Agreement
Bill History: 02-28-18 H Referred to House Committee on House-Ways and Means


HB 1839  

Houghton, Jay(R) Requires any statewide athletic organization with a public school district as a member to provide coaches for practices at the state fair.
Bill History: 02-06-18 H Referred to House Committee on House-Rules-Legislative Oversight


HB 1842  

Houghton, Jay(R) Changes the law regarding initiative petitions.
Bill History: 01-24-18 H Public hearing completed


HB 1844  

Cornejo, Robert(R) Modifies provisions relating to powers of appointment.
Bill History: 03-14-18 H Referred to House Committee on House-Rules-Legislative Oversight


HB 1847  

Kidd, Bill E.(R) Specifies that a school board may vote to remove its operating levy from a certain definition related to tax increment financing for redevelopment projects.
Bill History: 03-26-18 H Meeting set for 5:00 PM or Upon Adj., whichever is later, HR - House-Elementary and Secondary Education


HB 1855  

Trent, Curtis(R) Repeals a provision preempting political subdivisions from passing any tax increase on cigarettes or tobacco.
Bill History: 02-28-18 H Referred to House Committee on House-Ways and Means


HB 1857  

Shaul, Dan(R) Modifies provisions relating to elections.
Bill History: 03-13-18 H Reported do pass House-Rules-Administrative Oversight


HB 1860  

Dohrman, Dean(R) Reduces terms of office for members of the state board of education from eight years to four years and prohibits members from serving more than eight years on the board.
Bill History: 01-24-18 H Referred to House Committee on House-Elementary and Secondary Education


HB 1861  

Dohrman, Dean(R) Requires superintendents and assistant superintendents to be employed by school districts only by written contracts.
Bill History: 02-26-18 H Public hearing completed


HB 1862  

Christofanelli, Phil(R) Modifies provisions relating to child abuse and neglect reports.
Bill History: 02-15-18 H Referred to House Committee on House-Rules-Administrative Oversight


HB 1865  

Hill, Justin(R) Specifies that lawful owners of firearms may transport or store the firearms in locked, privately-owned motor vehicles.
Bill History: 03-14-18 H Voted do pass from committee on House-Rules-Legislative Oversight


HB 1868  

Kelley, Mike(R) Establishes a statewide hearing aid distribution program for low-come individuals.
Bill History: 03-15-18 S Referred to Senate Committee on Senate-Seniors/Families and Children


HB 1872  

Johnson, Delus(R) Establishes the Missouri Rural Broadband Development Fund.
Bill History: 03-15-18 S Reported to the Senate and first read


HB 1878  

Miller, Rocky(R) Establishes the Rate Case Modernization Act, relating to rate making for gas corporations.
Bill History: 03-15-18 H Referred to House Committee on House-Rules-Administrative Oversight


HB 1879  

Fraker, Lyndall(R) Changes the laws regarding financial transactions by public entities.
Bill History: 03-13-18 S Voted do pass as substitute from committee on Senate-Insurance and Banking


HB 1886  

Bahr, Kurt(R) Allows taxpayers to classify individuals as independent contractors under certain circumstances.
Bill History: 01-09-18 H Withdrawn


HB 1888  

Bahr, Kurt(R) Requires State Board of Education meetings to be recorded by video and posted on the website of the Department of Elementary and Secondary Education.
Bill History: 03-13-18 H Reported do pass House-Rules-Administrative Oversight


HB 1894  

Cornejo, Robert(R) Prohibits state and political subdivision licensing authorities from compensating lobbyists to lobby on their behalf.
Bill History: 01-04-18 H Read second time


HB 1899  

Swan, Kathy(R) Allows local educational agencies to create school-community partnerships.
Bill History: 03-14-18 H Meeting set for 5:00 PM, HR 7 - House-Elementary and Secondary Education


HB 1900  

Swan, Kathy(R) Provides that music therapists who have completed certain education and training requirements shall be deemed certified music therapists by the department of elementary and secondary education for the purpose of providing certain services.
Bill History: 02-12-18 H Not heard in committee House-Elementary and Secondary Education


HB 1902  

Walker, Nate(R) Modifies provisions relating to development of utilities and eminent domain for utility purposes.
Bill History: 01-04-18 H Read second time


HB 1903  

Walker, Nate(R) Modifies provisions relating to development of utilities and eminent domain.
Bill History: 01-04-18 H Read second time


HB 1906  

Higdon Jr., Galen(R) Establishes the Senior Services Growth and Development Program to provide additional funding for senior services.
Bill History: 03-01-18 H Reported do pass House-Rules-Legislative Oversight


HB 1907  

Spencer, Bryan(R) Guarantees the right to utilize working animals for the mutual benefit and welfare of the animals and those they serve.
Bill History: 03-13-18 H Returned to committee without amendment House-Agriculture Policy


HB 1908  

Brattin, Rick(R) Changes the law regarding sanctuary policies for municipalities and other political subdivisions.
Bill History: 02-21-18 H Referred to House Committee on House-General Laws


HB 1909  

Brattin, Rick(R) Requires candidates in political subdivision and special district elections to declare a political party.
Bill History: 02-28-18 H Public hearing completed


HB 1912  

Brattin, Rick(R) Changes the laws regarding tax increment financing and transportation development districts.
Bill History: 01-04-18 H Read second time


HB 1923  

Hill, Justin(R) Changes the laws relating to labor organizations.
Bill History: 02-13-18 H Not heard in committee House-Economic Development


HB 1925  

Roeber, Rebecca(R) Modifies provisions relating to elementary and secondary education.
Bill History: 01-24-18 H Referred to House Committee on House-Elementary and Secondary Education


HB 1926  

Henderson, Mike(R) Modifies provisions relating to public contracts.
Bill History: 01-11-18 H Referred to House Committee on House-Economic Development


HB 1936  

Taylor, Jered(R) Modifies provisions relating to the concealed carrying of firearms
Bill History: 02-28-18 H Referred to House Committee on House-Rules-Legislative Oversight


HB 1937  

Taylor, Jered(R) Prohibits political subdivisions from regulating the open carry of firearms
Bill History: 03-14-18 H Voted do pass from committee on House-Rules-Legislative Oversight


HB 1939  

Quade, Crystal(D) Creates new provisions of law related to serving meals to students.
Bill History: 01-08-18 H Read second time


HB 1940  

Corlew, Kevin(R) Establishes the Cronkite New Voices Act.
Bill History: 03-27-18 S Meeting set for 1:00 PM, SCR 1 - Senate-Education


HB 1941  

Dohrman, Dean(R) Modifies provisions related to training of school board members.
Bill History: 01-08-18 H Read second time


HB 1943  

Redmon, Craig(R) Authorizes a sales tax exemption for utilities used in commercial food preparation.
Bill History: 02-22-18 H Referred to House Committee on House-Rules-Administrative Oversight


HB 1948  

Rhoads, Shawn(R) Changes the law regarding the uniform wireless communication infrastructure deployment act.
Bill History: 01-17-18 H Referred to House Committee on House-Utilities


HB 1956  

McCreery, Tracy(D) Establishes the Missouri Earned Family and Medical Leave Act.
Bill History: 01-09-18 H Read second time


HB 1957  

Butler, Michael(D) Requires districts with a sufficient number of children determined to be gifted to establish special programs for the gifted children.
Bill History: 01-09-18 H Read second time


HB 1964  

Eggleston, J.(R) Changes the laws regarding income tax.
Bill History: 02-28-18 H Referred to House Committee on House-Ways and Means


HB 1966  

Cornejo, Robert(R) Modifies provisions relating to records pertaining to foster homes.
Bill History: 03-23-18 H Set on the House Calendar


HB 1974  

Kelly, Hannah(R) Establishes the Missouri Earned Family and Medical Leave Act.
Bill History: 01-18-18 H Withdrawn


HB 1976  

Franklin, Diane(R) Modifies definitions relating to child abuse to specify that persons responsible for the care, custody, and control of a child shall include school personnel
Bill History: 02-12-18 H Meeting set for 12:00 PM, HR 7 - House-Spec. Com./Improve Care of Young People


HB 1978  

Gray, Alan(D) Changes the laws regarding street light maintenance district elections
Bill History: 02-21-18 H Public hearing completed


HB 1979  

Gray, Alan(D) Creates subdistricts within certain school districts
Bill History: 01-10-18 H Read second time


HB 1991  

Rhoads, Shawn(R) Modifies provisions relating to wireless facilities and related infrastructure.
Bill History: 03-15-18 S Referred to Senate Committee on Senate-Commerce/Consumer Prot./Energy/Environ


HB 1999  

Bondon, Jack(R) Modifies provisions for public utility rate adjustment.
Bill History: 03-13-18 H Reported do pass House-Rules-Administrative Oversight


HB 2029  

Beck, Doug(D) Creates preference for bidders who are residents of Missouri when bidding on projects for the state, its agencies, and political subdivisions.
Bill History: 01-10-18 H Read second time


HB 2031  

Sommer, Chrissy(R) Modifies provisions regarding service dogs.
Bill History: 03-23-18 H Set on the House Calendar


HB 2032  

Curtman, Paul(R) Modifies the process by which travel hardships are granted to public school pupils.
Bill History: 02-07-18 H Referred to House Committee on House-Rules-Legislative Oversight


HB 2035  

Trent, Curtis(R) Creates a fund dedicated to transportation projects from the revenue saved through lower tax credit redemptions.
Bill History: 03-08-18 H Referred to House Committee on House-Ways and Means


HB 2036  

Trent, Curtis(R) Requires certain charities that partner with government entities to disclose financial records.
Bill History: 01-10-18 H Read second time


HB 2040  

Kelly, Hannah(R) Modifies provisions relating to child abuse investigations.
Bill History: 03-07-18 H Referred to House Committee on House-Rules-Administrative Oversight


HB 2042  

Bahr, Kurt(R) Modifies provisions relating to sexual offenders
Bill History: 03-15-18 S Referred to Senate Committee on Senate-Judiciary/Civil/Criminal Jurisprudence


HB 2046  

Nichols, Mary(D) Changes the laws regarding tax increment financing so that requirements regarding project approval apply equally throughout the state.
Bill History: 01-10-18 H Read second time


HB 2050  

Austin, Kevin(R) Modifies provisions relating to the Champion for Children Tax Credit.
Bill History: 01-30-18 H Superseded by - see HB 1288


HB 2059  

Ellebracht, Mark(D) Modifies provisions of sunshine laws relating to data exchanged on government-issued cell phones.
Bill History: 01-11-18 H Read second time


HB 2073  

Kelly, Hannah(R) Allows school districts to display on school property scenes or symbols associated with traditional winter and spring celebrations.
Bill History: 03-13-18 H Public hearing completed


HB 2091  

Reiboldt, Bill(R) Authorizes, upon voter approval, a ten-cent tax increase on motor fuel.
Bill History: 03-14-18 H Public hearing completed


HB 2092  

Reiboldt, Bill(R) Authorizes, upon voter approval, a ten-cent tax increase on motor fuel and twelve-cent tax increase on diesel fuel.
Bill History: 03-14-18 H Public hearing completed


HB 2098  

Meredith, Sue(D) Repeals statutory provisions relating to the Missouri Children's Services Commission.
Bill History: 02-12-18 H Voted do pass from committee on House-Spec. Com./Improve Care of Young People


HB 2102  

Rhoads, Shawn(R) Changes the laws regarding property classifications for zoning so that sawmills are classified as agricultural property.
Bill History: 03-15-18 S Referred to Senate Committee on Senate-Agri./Food Prod./Outdoor Resources


HB 2103  

Berry, T.J.(R) Establishes the State Technology Modernization Fund.
Bill History: 01-25-18 H Referred to House Committee on House-Special Committee/Innovation/Technology


HB 2114  

Korman, Bart(R) Authorizes the General Assembly to remove any department director or deputy director if it determines that the removal is necessary for the betterment of public service.
Bill History: 01-16-18 H Read second time


HB 2115  

Bernskoetter, Mike(R) Modifies provisions of the Missouri Higher Education Savings Program
Bill History: 03-26-18 H Meeting set for 5:00 PM or Upon Adj., whichever is later, HR - House-Rules-Administrative Oversight


HB 2124  

Kelley, Mike(R) Specifies that no defendant shall be allowed a change of venue as a matter of right.
Bill History: 01-17-18 H Read second time


HB 2128  

Cookson, Steve(R) Creates certain provisions relating to computer science.
Bill History: 01-31-18 H Public hearing completed


HB 2129  

Cookson, Steve(R) Requires thirty minutes of instruction regarding decisions on organ donation during high school.
Bill History: 03-15-18 H Reported do pass House-Rules-Administrative Oversight


HB 2134  

Walker, Cora Faith(D) Requires certain public schools to offer breakfast after the bell.
Bill History: 01-18-18 H Read second time


HB 2137  

Matthiesen, Mark(R) Establishes the creative classroom act.
Bill History: 02-19-18 H Public hearing completed


HB 2138  

Fitzwater-49, Travis(R) Establishes a statewide STEM career awareness program.
Bill History: 01-31-18 H Not heard in committee House-Workforce Development


HB 2139  

Morris, Lynn(R) Allows additional time for children who are homeless or in Children's Division custody to comply with immunization requirements.
Bill History: 03-23-18 H Set on the House Calendar


HB 2140  

Haefner, Marsha(R) Modifies provisions for public contracts for purchasing supplies.
Bill History: 03-23-18 H Set on the House Calendar


HB 2142  

Marshall, Nick(R) Specifies that any issue to increase any tax, license, fee, or levy requiring voter approval under Article X of the Missouri Constitution must be placed on the ballot only on the general election day.
Bill History: 01-18-18 H Read second time


HB 2146  

Bangert, Gretchen(D) Authorizes a tax deduction for teachers who receive income as student loan forgiveness.
Bill History: 02-13-18 H Referred to House Committee on House-Ways and Means


HB 2147  

Korman, Bart(R) Changes the law regarding taxation so that the top income tax rate is reduced over several years and the motor fuel tax is increased by a proportional amount to be revenue neutral.
Bill History: 03-08-18 H Referred to House Committee on House-Ways and Means


HB 2148  

Korman, Bart(R) Changes the law regarding motor fuel fees.
Bill History: 03-14-18 H Public hearing completed


HB 2149  

Korman, Bart(R) Changes the law regarding taxation to modify sales and use tax definitions and to increase the motor fuel tax by seventeen cents.
Bill History: 03-08-18 H Referred to House Committee on House-Transportation


HB 2153  

Korman, Bart(R) Creates the Emergency Bridge Repair and Replacement Fund.
Bill History: 03-15-18 H Referred to House Committee on House-Rules-Administrative Oversight


HB 2154  

Korman, Bart(R) Changes the laws regarding sales and use tax so that a percentage of revenue collected is dedicated to the state road fund.
Bill History: 03-08-18 H Referred to House Committee on House-Transportation


HB 2157  

Bahr, Kurt(R) Establishes the State Technology Modernization Fund.
Bill History: 03-23-18 H Set on the House Calendar


HB 2162  

Brown, Richard(D) Implements the Streamlined Sales and Use Tax Agreement.
Bill History: 02-28-18 H Referred to House Committee on House-Ways and Means


HB 2165  

Arthur, Lauren(D) Changes the laws regarding the interest on tax payments.
Bill History: 01-18-18 H Read second time


HB 2168  

Christofanelli, Phil(R) Changes the laws regarding local sales taxes so that no political subdivision may raise the rates above twelve percent.
Bill History: 03-26-18 H Meeting set for 2:30 PM, HR 1 - House-Ways and Means


HB 2169  

Redmon, Craig(R) Modifies provisions relating to tax rates of school districts.
Bill History: 02-28-18 H Referred to House Committee on House-Ways and Means


HB 2170  

Curtman, Paul(R) Enacts provisions relating to the use of public funds for lobbying activities.
Bill History: 01-18-18 H Read second time


HB 2177  

Brattin, Rick(R) Requires the State Board of Mediation to conduct an election to certify the exclusive bargaining representatives of an appropriate collective bargaining unit for certain public employees every two years.
Bill History: 01-18-18 H Read second time


HB 2179  

Richardson, Todd(R) Prohibits public bodies from entering into certain contracts.
Bill History: 03-23-18 H Set on the House Calendar


HB 2184  

Bondon, Jack(R) Modifies provisions relating to the Public School Retirement System of Kansas City.
Bill History: 03-06-18 H Reported do pass House-Rules-Administrative Oversight


HB 2188  

Matthiesen, Mark(R) Establishes the Show Me Opportunity Scholarship Program.
Bill History: 02-28-18 H Referred to House Committee on House-Rules-Administrative Oversight


HB 2190  

Ellington, Brandon(D) Prohibits employers from discriminating in providing compensation based on gender for the same work.
Bill History: 01-23-18 H Read second time


HB 2192  

Redmon, Craig(R) Modifies the bonding requirement for the treasurer of a seven-director school district.
Bill History: 03-23-18 H Set on the House Calendar


HB 2200  

Rhoads, Shawn(R) Modifies provisions relating to elementary and secondary education.
Bill History: 02-27-18 H Reported do pass House-Rules-Administrative Oversight


HB 2201  

Redmon, Craig(R) Establishes the Show Me Rural Jobs Fund.
Bill History: 03-06-18 H Public hearing completed


HB 2210  

Christofanelli, Phil(R) Creates new provisions related to school finance.
Bill History: 03-06-18 H Reported do pass House-Rules-Administrative Oversight


HB 2214  

Plocher, Dean(R) Modifies provisions of the "Property Assessment Clean Energy Act"
Bill History: 02-13-18 H Public hearing completed


HB 2217  

Walker, Cora Faith(D) Establishes the "Trauma-Informed Care for Children and Families Board".
Bill History: 01-24-18 H Read second time


HB 2220  

Cookson, Steve(R) Caps school superintendent salaries and requires publication of school employee salaries in local newspapers.
Bill History: 02-21-18 H Referred to House Committee on House-Elementary and Secondary Education


HB 2228  

Ross, Robert(R) Allows an individual to deduct income earned through active military duty, the National Guard, or reserve components of the Armed Forces of the United States from their Missouri adjusted gross income.
Bill History: 02-21-18 H Referred to House Committee on House-Ways and Means


HB 2229  

Ross, Robert(R) Prohibits the use of public funds for lobbying purposes.
Bill History: 01-24-18 H Read second time


HB 2232  

Ross, Robert(R) Establishes the Safe Schools Act.
Bill History: 03-26-18 H Meeting set for 12:00 PM, HR 4 - House-General Laws


HB 2234  

Rehder, Holly(R) Requires course materials and instruction relating to human sexuality and sexually transmitted diseases to contain information about sexual harassment, sexual violence, and consent.
Bill History: 03-14-18 H Voted do pass from committee on House-Rules-Legislative Oversight


HB 2238  

Mathews, Kirk(R) Establishes the "Social Innovation Grant Program" to find alternative solutions for serving the state's vulnerable populations.
Bill History: 03-15-18 S Referred to Senate Committee on Senate-Education


HB 2241  

Miller, Rocky(R) Exempts certain projects from the Tax Increment Allocation Redevelopment Act annual appropriation cap
Bill History: 01-24-18 H Read second time


HB 2242  

Wiemann, John D.(R) Establishes the Missouri Municipality Government Expenditure Database.
Bill History: 02-07-18 H Public hearing completed


HB 2246  

Swan, Kathy(R) Changes the law regarding charter schools.
Bill History: 01-25-18 H Referred to House Committee on House-Elementary and Secondary Education


HB 2247  

Roeber, Rebecca(R) Changes provisions relating to charter schools.
Bill History: 03-13-18 H Reported do pass House-Rules-Administrative Oversight


HB 2249  

Wood, David(R) Modifies provisions relating to background checks for child care facilities.
Bill History: 03-15-18 S Reported to the Senate and first read


HB 2250  

Christofanelli, Phil(R) Changes the law regarding local development incentives by requiring certain development entities to receive voter approval every ten years.
Bill History: 01-24-18 H Read second time


HB 2252  

Moon, Mike(R) Modifies provisions relating to transfer of students within districts and between districts.
Bill History: 01-31-18 H Referred to House Committee on House-Elementary and Secondary Education


HB 2253  

Stephens, Mike(R) Modifies provisions relating to complaints filed with the Missouri Commission on Human Rights regarding discrimination based upon a person's sexual orientation.
Bill History: 02-27-18 H Withdrawn


HB 2255  

Korman, Bart(R) Modifies provisions relating to the Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics Initiative.
Bill History: 03-23-18 H Set on the House Calendar


HB 2256  

Johnson, Delus(R) Establishes a grant program for the installation of broadband internet service.
Bill History: 02-21-18 H Referred to House Committee on House-Special Committee/Innovation/Technology


HB 2265  

Berry, T.J.(R) Modifies provisions for public utilities.
Bill History: 03-15-18 S Reported to the Senate and first read


HB 2269  

Love, Warren(R) Implements the Streamlined Sales and Use Tax Agreement.
Bill History: 02-28-18 H Referred to House Committee on House-Ways and Means


HB 2275  

Walker, Cora Faith(D) Creates the "Evidence-Based Policy Making Commission."
Bill History: 01-29-18 H Read second time


HB 2276  

Lichtenegger, Donna(R) Modifies the offense of unlawful possession of a firearm.
Bill History: 03-15-18 H Referred to House Committee on House-Rules-Legislative Oversight


HB 2282  

Fitzwater-49, Travis(R) Creates new provisions of law related to computer science.
Bill History: 01-29-18 H Read second time


HB 2283  

Bahr, Kurt(R) Establishes the Missouri Empowerment Scholarships Accounts Program.
Bill History: 01-31-18 H Referred to House Committee on House-Elementary and Secondary Education


HB 2285  

Quade, Crystal(D) Requires course materials and instruction relating to human sexuality and sexually transmitted diseases to contain information about sexual harassment, sexual violence, and consent.
Bill History: 01-31-18 H Referred to House Committee on House-Children and Families


HB 2290  

Christofanelli, Phil(R) Modifies provisions relating to financial interest statements.
Bill History: 02-13-18 H Referred to House Committee on House-Judiciary


HB 2292  

Gregory, David(R) Allows high school students to fulfill one unit of academic credit with a computer science course for any required math or science unit
Bill History: 01-29-18 H Read second time


HB 2294  

Rowland-155, Lyle(R) Allows school boards to provide certain information on influenza disease to parents and guardians of students.
Bill History: 01-31-18 H Referred to House Committee on House-Elementary and Secondary Education


HB 2301  

Washington, Barbara Anne(D) 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.
Bill History: 02-07-18 H Referred to House Committee on House-Judiciary


HB 2305  

Carpenter, Jon(D) Authorizes a tax deduction for certain veterans who receive income through student loan forgiveness.
Bill History: 02-26-18 H Public hearing completed


HB 2313  

Dogan, Shamed(R) Modifies provisions for notice of elections in political subdivisions and special districts.
Bill History: 02-28-18 H Public hearing completed


HB 2314  

Matthiesen, Mark(R) Changes the laws regarding the interest on tax payments.
Bill History: 02-28-18 H Referred to House Committee on House-Ways and Means


HB 2315  

Barnes-60, Jason(R) Establishes a child tax credit.
Bill History: 02-26-18 H Public hearing completed


HB 2316  

Barnes-60, Jason(R) Establishes a child tax credit.
Bill History: 02-26-18 H Public hearing completed


HB 2324  

Korman, Bart(R) Authorizes a sales tax holiday for products made in the USA.
Bill History: 03-12-18 H Referred to House Committee on House-Rules-Administrative Oversight


HB 2332  

Corlew, Kevin(R) Modifies provisions relating to bidding on construction projects authorized by school districts.
Bill History: 03-14-18 H Public hearing completed


HB 2333  

Shaul, Dan(R) Modifies provisions for the election authority's right to designate polling places.
Bill History: 03-07-18 H Meeting set for 5:00 PM or Upon Adj., whichever is later, HR - House-Elections and Elected Officials


HB 2335  

Black, Rusty(R) Modifies provisions relating to school employee retirement systems.
Bill History: 02-27-18 H Referred to House Committee on House-Rules-Administrative Oversight


HB 2340  

Reiboldt, Bill(R) Authorizes a tax credit for taxpayers who spend certain amounts at a sheltered workshop.
Bill History: 02-28-18 H Referred to House Committee on House-Ways and Means


HB 2358  

McGee, DaRon(D) Modifies provisions for the election authority's right to designate polling places.
Bill History: 03-07-18 H Meeting set for 5:00 PM or Upon Adj., whichever is later, HR - House-Elections and Elected Officials


HB 2363  

Rowland-29, Rory(D) Prohibits certain settlement agreements that contain confidentiality agreements.
Bill History: 02-05-18 H Read second time


HB 2365  

Berry, T.J.(R) Modifies the definition of "electric plant."
Bill History: 02-05-18 H Read second time


HB 2371  

Curtis, Courtney Allen(D) Specifies penalties for school superintendents who fail to attend hearings of the general assembly after receiving official invitations.
Bill History: 02-06-18 H Read second time


HB 2373  

Christofanelli, Phil(R) Modifies provisions relating to funding for elementary and secondary education.
Bill History: 02-06-18 H Read second time


HB 2377  

Houghton, Jay(R) Allows taxpayers to designate another person to receive the taxpayer's property tax statements.
Bill History: 02-28-18 H Referred to House Committee on House-Ways and Means


HB 2378  

Walker, Cora Faith(D) Requires teacher-training institutions in this state receiving state aid to require students to demonstrate proficiency on the concepts of trauma-informed approach and trauma-specific interventions.
Bill History: 02-07-18 H Read second time


HB 2379  

Walker, Cora Faith(D) Requires certain health care professionals to complete two hours of cultural competency training as a condition of licensure.
Bill History: 02-07-18 H Read second time


HB 2382  

Dogan, Shamed(R) Modifies provisions relating to age attainment for school entry.
Bill History: 02-07-18 H Read second time


HB 2385  

Reiboldt, Bill(R) Modifies provisions relating to commercial zones.
Bill History: 02-07-18 H Read second time


HB 2387  

Rehder, Holly(R) Changes the laws regarding the recovery of costs and attorney fees by the prevailing party in certain civil actions.
Bill History: 02-07-18 H Read second time


HB 2390  

McCann Beatty, Gail(D) Requires certain out-of-state sellers to remit sales tax.
Bill History: 02-28-18 H Referred to House Committee on House-Ways and Means


HB 2399  

Trent, Curtis(R) Creates new provisions of law related to student data privacy.
Bill History: 02-07-18 H Read second time


HB 2401  

Redmon, Craig(R) Modifies provisions for eminent domain by utility entities.
Bill History: 02-08-18 H Read second time


HB 2402  

Brattin, Rick(R) Establishes the "Fourth Amendment Rights Protection Act."
Bill History: 02-08-18 H Read second time


HB 2405  

Unsicker, Sarah(D) Requires private schools to provide parents with certain information about federal special education laws.
Bill History: 02-08-18 H Read second time


HB 2408  

Fitzpatrick, Scott(R) Establishes the "Bright Flight Promise Program" and phases out the Missouri Higher Education Academic Scholarship Program
Bill History: 03-06-18 H Committee hearing cancelled House-Higher Education


HB 2411  

Pike, Patricia(R) Creates new provisions relating to school librarians.
Bill History: 03-07-18 H Referred to House Committee on House-Rules-Administrative Oversight


HB 2412  

Corlew, Kevin(R) Modifies provisions relating to the A+ schools program.
Bill History: 03-12-18 H Committee hearing cancelled House-Higher Education


HB 2414  

Redmon, Craig(R) Changes the laws regarding eminent domain for electric transmission projects.
Bill History: 02-08-18 H Read second time


HB 2417  

Swan, Kathy(R) Authorizes a tax credit for contributions to school foundations
Bill History: 02-12-18 H Read second time


HB 2419  

Fitzpatrick, Scott(R) Creates the Missouri Electricity Bill Reduction Assistance Act.
Bill History: 02-19-18 H Committee hearing cancelled House-Financial Institutions


HB 2421  

Pfautsch, Donna(R) Modifies provisions relating to methods of self-insurance for workers' compensation.
Bill History: 03-14-18 H Voted do pass from committee on House-Rules-Legislative Oversight


HB 2431  

Unsicker, Sarah(D) Creates new provisions related to payment for compensatory special education by charter schools.
Bill History: 02-12-18 H Read second time


HB 2435  

Butler, Michael(D) Requires the state board of education to terminate the transitional school district under certain circumstances.
Bill History: 02-13-18 H Read second time


HB 2436  

Moon, Mike(R) Creates new provisions related to the display of posters containing representations of the Missouri state flag and other items in public schools.
Bill History: 02-21-18 H Referred to House Committee on House-Elementary and Secondary Education


HB 2439  

Messenger, Jeff(R) Establishes the Retirees Experiencing a Better Living Initiative Fund to advertise Missouri to retirees in other states.
Bill History: 03-07-18 H Public hearing completed


HB 2440  

Walker, Cora Faith(D) Authorizes a tax credit for donations to a diaper bank.
Bill History: 03-15-18 H Referred to House Committee on House-Children and Families


HB 2442  

Cookson, Steve(R) Requires school financial audits to contain certain information relating to extracurricular activities within the school district.
Bill History: 02-21-18 H Referred to House Committee on House-Elementary and Secondary Education


HB 2443  

Cookson, Steve(R) Requires school districts with students who earn industry-recognized certifications to transfer moneys for certain purposes.
Bill History: 02-14-18 H Read second time


HB 2444  

Cookson, Steve(R) Increases funding under the school funding formula for school districts with an assessed valuation per student that fell within the lowest 10% of all school districts in the 2004-05 school year.
Bill History: 02-14-18 H Read second time


HB 2445  

Cookson, Steve(R) Establishes the public school parental choice act.
Bill History: 02-21-18 H Referred to House Committee on House-Elementary and Secondary Education


HB 2446  

Cookson, Steve(R) Modifies provisions relating to elementary and secondary education.
Bill History: 02-14-18 H Read second time


HB 2447  

Korman, Bart(R) Modifies provisions for construction of new facilities by utility companies.
Bill History: 02-14-18 H Read second time


HB 2448  

Korman, Bart(R) Allows a property owner to present evidence and argue the value of the future use of the property to be taken in a condemnation proceeding.
Bill History: 02-14-18 H Read second time


HB 2449  

Redmon, Craig(R) Modifies provisions for construction of new facilities by utility companies.
Bill History: 02-14-18 H Read second time


HB 2457  

Anderson, Sonya(R) Changes the laws regarding residential dwelling rentals.
Bill History: 03-12-18 H Referred to House Committee on House-Rules-Legislative Oversight


HB 2458  

Christofanelli, Phil(R) Modifies provisions relating to virtual public schools and career and technical education.
Bill History: 03-15-18 H Referred to House Committee on House-Elementary and Secondary Education


HB 2465  

Curtis, Courtney Allen(D) Changes the definition of the state adequacy target in the school foundation formula.
Bill History: 02-15-18 H Read second time


HB 2467  

Kelly, Hannah(R) Modifies provisions relating to home school education.
Bill History: 02-19-18 H Read second time


HB 2472  

Mitten, Gina(D) Changes the laws regarding income tax rates.
Bill History: 02-19-18 H Read second time


HB 2474  

Curtis, Courtney Allen(D) Establishes the Urban Education Institute.
Bill History: 02-19-18 H Read second time


HB 2475  

Curtis, Courtney Allen(D) Authorizes a tax credit for taxpayers whose pensions are reduced for certain reasons.
Bill History: 02-19-18 H Read second time


HB 2476  

Curtis, Courtney Allen(D) Modifies provisions relating to the sunshine law.
Bill History: 02-19-18 H Read second time


HB 2477  

Curtis, Courtney Allen(D) Modifies provisions relating to the children's services funds.
Bill History: 03-15-18 H Referred to House Committee on House-Children and Families


HB 2478  

Curtis, Courtney Allen(D) Modifies provision for municipal and school board elections.
Bill History: 02-19-18 H Read second time


HB 2480  

Rhoads, Shawn(R) Repeals the yield tax on certain forestry products.
Bill History: 03-13-18 H Committee hearing cancelled House-Conservation and Natural Resources


HB 2494  

Dogan, Shamed(R) Requires the department of elementary and secondary education to conduct a study related to calculations performed for purposes of federal education laws.
Bill History: 03-15-18 H Referred to House Committee on House-Elementary and Secondary Education


HB 2501  

Shaul, Dan(R) Authorizes a sales tax exemption on initiation fees and dues paid to 501(c)(7) nonprofit social clubs.
Bill History: 02-21-18 H Read second time


HB 2502  

Carpenter, Jon(D) Changes the laws regarding taxation.
Bill History: 02-21-18 H Read second time


HB 2505  

Plocher, Dean(R) Modifies provisions relating to defined benefit plans.
Bill History: 02-27-18 H Referred to House Committee on House-Pensions


HB 2523  

Gregory, David(R) Modifies provisions for the sunshine law and creates the transparency division within the attorney general to monitor sunshine law violations by state agencies.
Bill History: 03-26-18 H Meeting set for 12:00 PM, HR 4 - House-General Laws


HB 2524  

Evans, Jean(R) Modifies provisions for the sunshine law and creates the transparency division within the attorney general to monitor sunshine law violations by state agencies.
Bill History: 03-26-18 H Meeting set for 12:00 PM, HR 4 - House-General Laws


HB 2528  

McDaniel, Andrew(R) Allows school districts to implement alternative instruction plans to avoid make-up days
Bill History: 02-27-18 H Referred to House Committee on House-Elementary and Secondary Education


HB 2529  

Morse, Herman(R) Modifies the definition of average daily attendance in the school foundation formula.
Bill History: 03-14-18 H Public hearing completed


HB 2531  

Swan, Kathy(R) Establishes a charter schools task force.
Bill History: 02-22-18 H Read second time


HB 2534  

Morgan, Judy(D) Requires school districts to offer instruction relating to human sexuality.
Bill History: 02-22-18 H Read second time


HB 2540  

Haahr, Elijah(R) Changes the laws regarding the collection of state moneys.
Bill History: 03-15-18 H Reported do pass House-Rules-Administrative Oversight


HB 2541  

Rowland-29, Rory(D) Modifies provisions relating to sheltered workshop payments.
Bill History: 03-05-18 H Referred to House Committee on House-Workforce Development


HB 2547  

Sommer, Chrissy(R) Requires elections to increase or impose a tax, license, fee, or levy in any political subdivision shall only be placed on the ballot on the general election day or the primary election day.
Bill History: 02-26-18 H Read second time


HB 2548  

Taylor, Jered(R) Consolidates and eliminates certain boards and commissions.
Bill History: 03-13-18 H Public hearing completed


HB 2553  

Justus, Jeff(R) Changes the laws regarding real property tax assessments by expanding a provision allowing the reassessment of residential property destroyed by natural disaster to include commercial property.
Bill History: 02-26-18 H Read second time


HB 2554  

Newman, Stacey(D) Establishes the "Save Our Kids Act".
Bill History: 02-26-18 H Read second time


HB 2555  

Ruth, Becky(R) 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.
Bill History: 03-26-18 H Meeting set for 5:00 PM or Upon Adj., whichever is later, HR - House-Elementary and Secondary Education


HB 2556  

Pogue, Jeffrey(R) Modifies provisions relating to school funding
Bill History: 02-27-18 H Read second time


HB 2557  

Pogue, Jeffrey(R) Modifies provisions relating to school funding
Bill History: 02-27-18 H Read second time


HB 2561  

Pike, Patricia(R) Changes the laws regarding taxation of aircraft.
Bill History: 03-07-18 H Referred to House Committee on House-Ways and Means


HB 2565  

Morse, Herman(R) Modifies provisions relating to school funding.
Bill History: 02-27-18 H Read second time


HB 2567  

Sommer, Chrissy(R) Creates new provisions related to security measures for public schools.
Bill History: 03-15-18 H Public hearing completed


HB 2569  

Frederick, Keith(R) Changes the laws regarding residential dwelling rentals.
Bill History: 03-15-18 H Referred to House Committee on House-General Laws


HB 2571  

Green, Alan(D) Establishes the First-Time Business Owner Savings Account Act and authorizes a tax deduction for contributions to a savings account dedicated to starting a new business.
Bill History: 02-28-18 H Read second time


HB 2576  

Johnson, Delus(R) Reduces the corporate income tax rate for a company that creates a specified number of jobs.
Bill History: 02-28-18 H Referred to House Committee on House-Ways and Means


HB 2577  

Kolkmeyer, Glen(R) Changes the law regarding local taxes by authorizing all political subdivisions in the state to levy a transient guest tax instead of only those political subdivisions previously authorized.
Bill History: 02-28-18 H Read second time


HB 2578  

Washington, Barbara Anne(D) Modifies provisions regarding property tax relief for senior citizens.
Bill History: 02-28-18 H Read second time


HB 2589  

Rehder, Holly(R) Provides that no political subdivision shall enact an ordinance that infringes on a person exercising his or her First Amendment rights in a public place.
Bill History: 03-07-18 H Referred to House Committee on House-Children and Families


HB 2613  

Helms, Steve(R) Authorizes a tax credit for donations to a diaper bank
Bill History: 03-07-18 H Referred to House Committee on House-Children and Families


HB 2614  

Bangert, Gretchen(D) Requires school districts to provide instruction in cursive writing
Bill History: 03-01-18 H Read second time


HB 2619  

Brattin, Rick(R) Modifies provisions related to substitute teaching by retired teachers.
Bill History: 03-01-18 H Read second time


HB 2625  

Rowland-155, Lyle(R) Creates new provisions relating to educational services for neglected or delinquent children.
Bill History: 03-14-18 H Public hearing completed


HB 2629  

Cookson, Steve(R) Requires every public school building to have an armed security officer and video cameras with live feed of the entrances and exits.
Bill History: 03-01-18 H Read second time


HB 2630  

Cookson, Steve(R) Modifies provisions relating to school funding.
Bill History: 03-01-18 H Read second time


HB 2631  

Dinkins, Chris(R) Prohibits the use of a hand-held wireless communications device within a school zone.
Bill History: 03-01-18 H Read second time


HB 2633  

Dinkins, Chris(R) Modifies provisions relating to school teacher and employee retirement allowances.
Bill History: 03-01-18 H Read second time


HB 2638  

Smith-163, Cody(R) Changes the laws regarding the taxable income of corporations.
Bill History: 03-26-18 H Meeting set for 2:30 PM, HR 1 - House-Ways and Means


HB 2641  

Hurst, Tom(R) Authorizes one income tax rate and terminates all tax deductions and tax credits for individuals.
Bill History: 03-07-18 H Referred to House Committee on House-Ways and Means


HB 2643  

Miller, Rocky(R) Requires potable water in certain elementary school buildings to be tested for lead.
Bill History: 03-07-18 H Referred to House Committee on House-Conservation and Natural Resources


HB 2644  

Rowland-29, Rory(D) Creates new provisions relating to sheltered workshops.
Bill History: 03-15-18 H Referred to House Committee on House-Rules-Administrative Oversight


HB 2646  

Davis, Charlie(R) Modifies provisions relating to school protection officers.
Bill History: 03-07-18 H Referred to House Committee on House-General Laws


HB 2654  

Bangert, Gretchen(D) Authorizes a tax credit for certain employers who offer child care to employees.
Bill History: 03-01-18 H Read second time


HB 2660  

Miller, Rocky(R) Modifies provisions relating to the public school retirement system.
Bill History: 03-05-18 H Read second time


HB 2662  

Brattin, Rick(R) Modifies provisions relating to school protection officers.
Bill History: 03-07-18 H Referred to House Committee on House-General Laws


HB 2663  

Anders, Ira(D) Modifies provisions regarding property values of property under real property tax increment allocation redevelopment projects.
Bill History: 03-05-18 H Read second time


HB 2669  

Austin, Kevin(R) Creates new provisions allowing for the creation of benefit corporations.
Bill History: 03-14-18 H Committee hearing cancelled House-Special Committee/Innovation/Technology


HB 2682  

Bangert, Gretchen(D) Authorizes a tax credit for providing child care in a child-care desert.
Bill History: 03-05-18 H Read second time


HB 2688  

Rowland-29, Rory(D) Requires public school buses to be operated by human drivers.
Bill History: 03-05-18 H Read second time


HB 2691  

Messenger, Jeff(R) Changes the laws regarding taxation.
Bill History: 03-08-18 H Referred to House Committee on House-Ways and Means


HB 2692  

Ellebracht, Mark(D) Modifies provision for closed meetings of governmental bodies.
Bill History: 03-05-18 H Read second time


HB 2694  

Green, Alan(D) Establishes a Council for Community Education within the Department of Elementary and Secondary Education.
Bill History: 03-05-18 H Read second time


HB 2695  

Green, Alan(D) Establishes in the Department of Public Safety a "Task Force on Police Officer Presence in Schools and Communities".
Bill History: 03-05-18 H Read second time


HB 2704  

Green, Alan(D) Establishes a program on police officer presence in schools and communities within the Department of Public Safety.
Bill History: 03-05-18 H Read second time


HB 2705  

Rone, Don(R) Enacts certain provisions relating to alternative special needs services for elementary and secondary education students.
Bill History: 03-05-18 H Read second time


HB 2711  

Wilson, Kenneth(R) Authorizes political subdivisions to levy, upon voter approval, an excise tax on residential property that is developed and partitioned into tracts for individual sale.
Bill History: 03-05-18 H Read second time


HB 2714  

Butler, Michael(D) Establishes the Education and Job Training Television Broadcasting District Act.
Bill History: 03-05-18 H Read second time


HB 2717  

Fraker, Lyndall(R) Modifies provisions for tax credits for historic facilities.
Bill History: 03-05-18 H Read second time


HB 2719  

Washington, Barbara Anne(D) Creates a new tax credit for first time purchasers of homes in a blighted area that will be used for owner occupancy.
Bill History: 03-05-18 H Read second time


HB 2721  

Korman, Bart(R) Creates various funds dedicated to transportation.
Bill History: 03-08-18 H Referred to House Committee on House-Transportation


HB 2728  

Arthur, Lauren(D) Modifies provisions relating to substitute teaching by retired teachers.
Bill History: 03-05-18 H Read second time


HB 2730  

Andrews, Allen(R) Changes the law regarding public works contracts.
Bill History: 03-05-18 H Read second time


HB 2733  

Pogue, Jeffrey(R) Requires Missouri taxable income rates be adjusted for inflation.
Bill History: 03-08-18 H Referred to House Committee on House-Ways and Means


HB 2734  

Morgan, Judy(D) Changes the laws regarding the Missouri individual income tax.
Bill History: 03-05-18 H Read second time


HB 2736  

Washington, Barbara Anne(D) Changes the laws regarding tax increment financing.
Bill History: 03-05-18 H Read second time


HB 2737  

Pogue, Jeffrey(R) Prohibits the appropriation or expenditure of state revenues for the purpose of creating a gender-neutral environment, unless required by a federal or state court order.
Bill History: 03-05-18 H Read second time


HB 2738  

Pogue, Jeffrey(R) Changes the highest income tax rate for individuals to five percent and changes the income tax rate for corporations to five percent.
Bill History: 03-08-18 H Referred to House Committee on House-Ways and Means


HB 2744  

Curtis, Courtney Allen(D) Changes the law regarding the consolidation of certain political subdivisions.
Bill History: 03-05-18 H Read second time


HCB 12  

Franklin, Diane(R) Modifies provisions relating to the protection of vulnerable persons.
Bill History: 03-27-18 H Meeting set for 5:00 PM, HR 7 - House-Children and Families


HCB 17  

Houghton, Jay(R) Modifies provisions relating to agriculture education.
Bill History: 03-13-18 H Public hearing completed


HCB 18  

Rehder, Holly(R) Modifies provisions relating to tax credits.
Bill History: 03-27-18 H Meeting set for 8:00 AM, HR 7 - House-Economic Development


HCB 23  

Dogan, Shamed(R) Modifies provisions relating to political subdivisions.
Bill History: 03-14-18 H Meeting set for 12:00 PM or upon conclusion of morning sessi - House-Local Government


HCR 58  

Spencer, Bryan(R) Urges public schools to institute JROTC in their schools.
Bill History: 03-14-18 H Voted do pass from committee on House-Rules-Legislative Oversight


HCR 70  

Franks, Bruce(D) Declares youth violence as a public health epidemic and declares June 7th as "Christopher Harris Day" in Missouri.
Bill History: 03-23-18 H Set on the House Calendar


HCR 90  

Pogue, Jeffrey(R) Calls for a special session for the purpose of eliminating property taxes
Bill History: 02-27-18 H Read second time


HCR 95  

Pogue, Jeffrey(R) Encourages Congress to reauthorize the Secure Rural Schools Act
Bill History: 02-27-18 H Read second time


HCR 101  

Walsh, Sara(R) Creates the school violence task force.
Bill History: 03-01-18 H Read second time


HCR 109  

Curtis, Courtney Allen(D) Encourages the United States Department of Education to provide certain federal funding to the states.
Bill History: 03-05-18 H Read second time


HJR 54  

Hill, Justin(R) Proposes a constitutional amendment to extend the due date of personal property taxes to the last day of February
Bill History: 02-22-18 H Committee hearing cancelled House-Ways and Means


HJR 55  

Shumake, Lindell(R) Proposes a constitutional amendment eliminating the prohibition on the use of public funds for the benefit of any religious or sectarian educational purpose.
Bill History: 01-04-18 H Read second time


HJR 57  

Carpenter, Jon(D) Proposes a constitutional amendment exempting from taxation certain real and personal property owned by a veteran with a total service-connected disability.
Bill History: 01-04-18 H Read second time


HJR 58  

Brattin, Rick(R) Authorizes a property tax exemption for individuals who have owned real property for thirty years and individuals who have owned personal property for ten years
Bill History: 01-04-18 H Read second time


HJR 60  

Cross, Gary(R) Proposes a constitutional amendment to eliminate taxation on personal property.
Bill History: 01-04-18 H Read second time


HJR 63  

Gregory, David(R) Modifies provisions relating to property taxes for veterans.
Bill History: 01-04-18 H Read second time


HJR 65  

Ellington, Brandon(D) Proposes a constitutional amendment to require public approval in the relevant county before authorizing tax increment financing.
Bill History: 01-04-18 H Read second time


HJR 66  

Dohrman, Dean(R) Proposes a constitutional amendment to reduce the terms of office for members of the state board of education from eight-year terms to four-year terms.
Bill History: 01-04-18 H Read second time


HJR 68  

Swan, Kathy(R) Changes the law regarding Governor-appointed board members and their powers before Senate confirmation.
Bill History: 01-04-18 H Read second time


HJR 69  

Sommer, Chrissy(R) Proposes a constitutional amendment to extend the due date of real and personal property taxes to the last weekday of February.
Bill History: 01-04-18 H Read second time


HJR 73  

Messenger, Jeff(R) Proposes a constitutional amendment to make state revenue deposited into the state road fund subject to appropriation by the general assembly.
Bill History: 03-08-18 H Referred to House Committee on House-Transportation


HJR 77  

Marshall, Nick(R) Specifies that any issue to increase any tax, license, fee, or levy requiring voter approval under Article X of the Missouri Constitution must be placed on the ballot only on the general election day
Bill History: 01-24-18 H Read second time


HJR 88  

McDaniel, Andrew(R) Proposes a constitutional amendment specifying 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.
Bill History: 02-22-18 H Read second time


HJR 103  

Taylor, Jered(R) Proposes a constitutional amendment to prohibit individuals from being required to join labor organizations as a condition of employment.
Bill History: 03-05-18 H Read second time


HJR 104  

Pogue, Jeffrey(R) Proposes a constitutional amendment to limit general revenue appropriations and mandate state income tax rate reductions in certain situations.
Bill History: 03-05-18 H Read second time


HR 4894  

Franks, Bruce(D) Declares youth violence as a public health epidemic and supports the establishment of statewide trauma-informed education.
Bill History: 01-31-18 H Referred to House Committee on House-Crime Prevention and Public Safety


HR 5358  

Curtis, Courtney Allen(D) Urges a commitment to ensuring adequate and equitable funding of public schools.
Bill History: 02-14-18 H Introduced and read first time


SB 548  

Munzlinger, Brian(R) Prohibits the State Tax Commission from raising agricultural land productive values under certain circumstances.
Bill History: 01-30-18 S Voted do pass as substitute from committee on Senate-Ways and Means


SB 549  

Wasson, Jay(R) Reauthorizes the Missouri Works Training Program and Missouri Works programs
Bill History: 03-27-18 H Meeting set for 8:00 AM, HR 7 - House-Economic Development


SB 550  

Wasson, Jay(R) Reauthorizes the Missouri Works Program and Missouri Works Training programs
Bill History: 03-21-18 S Set on the Senate Calendar


SB 551  

Wasson, Jay(R) Relating to financial incentives for job creation.
Bill History: 01-08-18 S Referred to Senate Committee on Senate-Economic Development


SB 552  

Dixon, Bob(R) Allows law enforcement agencies and prosecutors to request an audit by the State Auditor, and modifies the punishment for violating lobbying and conflict of interest provisions and the offense of official misconduct
Bill History: 03-21-18 S Set on the Senate Calendar


SB 555  

Brown, Dan(R) Repeals the law pertaining to prevailing wage.
Bill History: 03-21-18 S Set on the Senate Calendar


SB 557  

Brown, Dan(R) Creates a tax credit for contributions to certain charitable organizations
Bill History: 01-08-18 S Referred to Senate Committee on Senate-Economic Development


SB 559  

Chappelle-Nadal, Maria(D) Modifies several provisions relating to elementary and secondary education
Bill History: 01-08-18 S Referred to Senate Committee on Senate-Education


SB 564  

Emery, Ed(R) Modifies provisions relating to public utilities
Bill History: 03-26-18 H Meeting set for 5:00 PM or Upon Adj., whichever is later, HR - House-Rules-Administrative Oversight


SB 565  

Emery, Ed(R) Establishes the Missouri Empowerment Scholarship Accounts Program
Bill History: 01-08-18 S Referred to Senate Committee on Senate-Education


SB 567  

Cunningham, Mike(R) Modifies provisions relating to tax credits and funds for vulnerable populations
Bill History: 03-21-18 S Set on the Senate Calendar


SB 571  

Silvey, Ryan(R) Allows high school students to fulfill one unit of academic credit with a computer science course for any required math or science unit
Bill History: 01-08-18 S Referred to Senate Committee on Senate-Education


SB 573  

Wallingford, Wayne(R) Allows an income tax deduction for certain military personnel
Bill History: 03-07-18 H Referred to House Committee on House-Rules-Legislative Oversight


SB 576  

Romine, Gary(R) Modifies provisions relating to course access in education
Bill History: 02-06-18 S Superseded by - see SB 603, SB 898


SB 582  

Walsh, Gina(D) Requires school districts to report breaches of data containing personal information of students to parents, the Department of Elementary and Secondary Education, and the State Auditor.
Bill History: 02-06-18 S Voted do pass from committee on Senate-Education


SB 585  

Nasheed, Jamilah(D) Modifies provisions relating to unlawful discriminatory practices
Bill History: 01-30-18 S Hearing conducted


SB 587  

Sifton, Scott(D) Modifies several provisions relating to elementary and secondary education
Bill History: 02-06-18 S Hearing conducted


SB 588  

Sifton, Scott(D) Imposes a gift ban for the members of the General Assembly and their candidate committees
Bill History: 01-08-18 S Referred to Senate Committee on Senate-Rules/Joint Rules/Resolutions/Ethics


SB 590  

Hegeman, Dan(R) Modifies the Historic Preservation Tax Credit
Bill History: 03-21-18 S Set on the Senate Calendar


SB 591  

Hegeman, Dan(R) Implements a cap on the Low Income Housing Tax Credit
Bill History: 03-21-18 S Set on the Senate Calendar


SB 592  

Hegeman, Dan(R) Modifies several provisions relating to elections.
Bill History: 03-12-18 H Read second time


SB 599  

Schatz, Dave(R) Modifies the law pertaining to prevailing wage
Bill History: 03-21-18 S Set on the Senate Calendar


SB 600  

Schatz, Dave(R) Enacts new provisions relating to professional employer organizations
Bill History: 03-12-18 H Read second time


SB 602  

Onder, Bob(R) Creates new provisions relating to public sector collective bargaining
Bill History: 03-21-18 S Set on the Senate Calendar


SB 603  

Onder, Bob(R) Modifies provisions relating to course access in virtual education.
Bill History: 03-15-18 H Reported to the House and first read


SB 608  

Hoskins, Denny(R) Modifies provisions regarding the liability of property owners when criminal conduct occurs on the property
Bill History: 03-26-18 H Meeting set for 1:00 PM, HR 6 - House-Special Committee/Litigation Reform


SB 609  

Hoskins, Denny(R) Repeals the law pertaining to prevailing wage
Bill History: 01-31-18 S Superseded by - see SB 555


SB 611  

Koenig, Andrew(R) Modifies several provisions relating to taxation
Bill History: 02-13-18 S Superseded by - see SB 617, SB 667


SB 612  

Koenig, Andrew(R) Creates provisions relating to alternative education options for elementary and secondary education students
Bill History: 03-21-18 S Set on the Senate Calendar


SB 614  

Rowden, Caleb(R) Modifies provisions relating to lobbyist expenditures.
Bill History: 01-09-18 S Referred to Senate Committee on Senate-Rules/Joint Rules/Resolutions/Ethics


SB 615  

Rowden, Caleb(R) Establishes the Missouri Earned Income Tax Credit Act.
Bill History: 01-23-18 S Hearing conducted


SB 617  

Eigel, Bill(R) Modifies several provisions relating to taxation
Bill History: 03-21-18 S Set on the Senate Calendar


SB 618  

Eigel, Bill(R) Modifies provisions related to charter schools.
Bill History: 01-09-18 S Referred to Senate Committee on Senate-Education


SB 620  

Hummel, Jacob(D) Modifies and creates new provisions relating to unlawful discriminatory practices
Bill History: 01-30-18 S Hearing conducted


SB 623  

Crawford, Sandy(R) Changes the laws regarding foreclosure proceeds.
Bill History: 03-14-18 H Referred to House Committee on House-Rules-Legislative Oversight


SB 625  

Cierpiot, Mike(R) Modifies certain sales and use tax exemptions
Bill History: 03-26-18 H Meeting set for 12:00 PM, HR 4 - House-General Laws


SB 629  

Wasson, Jay(R) Modifies provisions relating to tax increment financing
Bill History: 03-13-18 H Public hearing completed


SB 630  

Wasson, Jay(R) Modifies the language relating to agreements that may be entered into by municipalities who participate in industrial development projects
Bill History: 01-09-18 S Referred to Senate Committee on Senate-Economic Development


SB 631  

Wasson, Jay(R) Creates a tax credit for contributions to certain benevolent organizations
Bill History: 03-13-18 H Read second time


SB 632  

Dixon, Bob(R) Modifies provisions relating to tax credits for contributions to certain benevolent organizations.
Bill History: 03-12-18 H Read second time


SB 634  

Dixon, Bob(R) Allows Greene County and any city within the county to propose a sales tax for the purpose of early childhood education programs.
Bill History: 01-09-18 S Referred to Senate Committee on Senate-Local Government and Elections


SB 637  

Chappelle-Nadal, Maria(D) Modifies the minimum wage laws.
Bill History: 02-27-18 S Hearing conducted


SB 640  

Sater, David(R) Allows students to possess and self-apply sunscreen at school without a parent or physician's approval.
Bill History: 02-27-18 S Hearing conducted


SB 643  

Emery, Ed(R) Requires the State Board of Education to develop a simplified annual school report card for each school attendance center.
Bill History: 01-09-18 S Referred to Senate Committee on Senate-Education


SB 648  

Romine, Gary(R) Requires certain school districts to have a process that allows parents to appeal a determination that their child does not qualify for a gifted education program and to establish a policy for acceleration for certain students
Bill History: 01-10-18 S Referred to Senate Committee on Senate-Education


SB 667  

Onder, Bob(R) Increases the amount of the personal income tax cut and the business income deduction in current law
Bill History: 02-13-18 S Superseded by - see SB 617


SB 668  

Onder, Bob(R) Requires the Department of Elementary and Secondary Education to report certain information relating to virtual education
Bill History: 01-22-18 S Committee hearing cancelled Senate-Education


SB 672  

Koenig, Andrew(R) Establishes the Supporting and Strengthening Families Act relating to guardianship's using a power of attorney
Bill History: 03-21-18 S Set on the Senate Calendar


SB 673  

Koenig, Andrew(R) Creates new provisions relating to lobbying activities of educational professionals
Bill History: 01-10-18 S Referred to Senate Committee on Senate-Government Reform


SB 674  

Koenig, Andrew(R) Requires modification of the income tax tables when an income bracket is eliminated
Bill History: 03-21-18 S Set on the Senate Calendar


SB 675  

Rowden, Caleb(R) Relating to the champion for children tax credit
Bill History: 01-30-18 S Hearing conducted


SB 676  

Eigel, Bill(R) Requires not for profit entities and nonprofit corporations to make their financial statements available to the public if the entity enters into a contract or agreement with the state or any political subdivision
Bill History: 01-10-18 S Referred to Senate Committee on Senate-Government Reform


SB 679  

Hummel, Jacob(D) Reduces the allowance given to certain taxpayers for the timely remittance of sales and withholding taxes
Bill History: 02-06-18 S Hearing conducted


SB 680  

Hummel, Jacob(D) Modifies provisions relating to the minimum wage
Bill History: 02-27-18 S Hearing conducted


SB 681  

Hummel, Jacob(D) 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.
Bill History: 03-26-18 H Meeting set for 5:00 PM or Upon Adj., whichever is later, HR - House-Elementary and Secondary Education


SB 682  

Munzlinger, Brian(R) Allows students enrolled in virtual institutions to participate in the Access Missouri Financial Assistance Program
Bill History: 02-27-18 S Voted do pass from committee on Senate-Education


SB 684  

Chappelle-Nadal, Maria(D) Creates new sub-districts in certain school districts
Bill History: 02-27-18 S Not heard in committee Senate-Education


SB 687