Tracking List: All Education-Related Bills 

 


HB1256 - Modifies provisions relating to personal property tax obligations and motor vehicle, trailer, and boat registration

Sponsor - Rep. Sara  Walsh (R)

 


HB1258 - Changes the law regarding primary elections

Sponsor - Rep. Dan  Stacy (R)

 


HB1262 - Requires school districts to provide instruction in cursive writing

Sponsor - Rep. Gretchen  Bangert (D)

 


HB1263 - Modifies provisions relating to workers' compensation

Sponsor - Rep. Gretchen  Bangert (D)

 


HB1264 - Requires driverŐs license examiners to demonstrate to applicants what the applicant is likely to experience during a traffic stop and requires driver's education providers to include curriculum on traffic stops

Sponsor - Rep. Gretchen  Bangert (D)

 


HB1268 - Authorizes a tax credit for providing child care in a child care desert

Sponsor - Rep. Gretchen  Bangert (D)

 


HB1275 - Changes the laws regarding school reporting requirements to law enforcement

Sponsor - Rep. Sarah  Unsicker (D)

 


HB1279 - Requires school districts to implement policies requiring accommodations for breast-feeding mothers

Sponsor - Rep. Paula  Brown (D)

 


HB1280 - Creates new provisions relating to the Missouri school improvement program

Sponsor - Rep. Paula  Brown (D)

 


HB1281 - Modifies provisions relating to school suspensions

Sponsor - Rep. Paula  Brown (D)

 


HB1284 - Changes the laws regarding taxation of aircraft

Sponsor - Rep. Patricia  Pike (R)

 


HB1289 - Modifies provisions relating to sexual offenders

Sponsor - Rep. David  Evans (R)

 


HB1293 - Modifies a provision relating to sexual offenders who are Tier I sexual offenders

Sponsor - Rep. Chris  Dinkins (R)

 


HB1294 - Enacts requirements relating to display of and instruction about the national motto of the United States, "In God We Trust"

Sponsor - Rep. Chris  Dinkins (R)

 


HB1295 - Creates new provisions related to firearm safety instruction

Sponsor - Rep. Chris  Dinkins (R)

 


HB1298 - Modifies provisions relating to school teacher and employee retirement allowances

Sponsor - Rep. Chris  Dinkins (R)

 


HB1301 - Modifies provisions relating to school protection officers

Sponsor - Rep. Chris  Dinkins (R)

 


HB1304 - Prohibits the use of a hand-held wireless communication device within a school zone

Sponsor - Rep. Chris  Dinkins (R)

 


HB1305 - Modifies provisions relating to epinephrine auto-injectors

Sponsor - Rep. James  Neely (R)

 


HB1308 - Modifies provisions relating to certain tax credits

Sponsor - Rep. Noel  Shull (R)

 


HB1310 - Changes the tax rate for promotional play gross receipts received from gambling games

Sponsor - Rep. Noel  Shull (R)

 


HB1311 - Modifies provisions relating to workplace retirement savings plans

Sponsor - Rep. Noel  Shull (R)

 


HB1316 - Modifies provisions and creates new programs relating to military families

Sponsor - Rep. Chrissy  Sommer (R)

 


HB1317 - Modifies provisions relating to elementary and secondary education

Sponsor - Rep. Chrissy  Sommer (R)

 


HB1318 - Allows school districts to install and operate school bus safety cameras to detect violations that require a driver to stop for a school bus that is receiving or discharging students

Sponsor - Rep. Chrissy  Sommer (R)

 


HB1319 - Modifies provisions relating to service dogs

Sponsor - Rep. Chrissy  Sommer (R)

 


HB1336 - Requires each local school district and charter school to have on file a policy for reading success plans for certain students

Sponsor - Rep. Ann  Kelley (R)

 


HB1337 - Requires insurance companies to cover hearing aids

Sponsor - Rep. Ann  Kelley (R)

 


HB1338 - Establishes a tax deduction for educator expenses

Sponsor - Rep. Ann  Kelley (R)

 


HB1344 - Prohibits public bodies from entering into certain contracts

Sponsor - Rep. Ben  Baker (R)

 


HB1345 - Allows school districts to offer elective social studies courses on the Hebrew Scriptures and the New Testament

Sponsor - Rep. Ben  Baker (R)

 


HB1346 - Requires school districts to display "In God We Trust" in prominent locations in all schools

Sponsor - Rep. Ben  Baker (R)

 


HB1347 - Changes the law relating to the prohibition on expenditure of public funds to support or oppose candidates and certain measures

Sponsor - Rep. Ben  Baker (R)

 


HB1349 - Requires all students attending public high schools to complete a Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) before graduating

Sponsor - Rep. Ben  Baker (R)

 


HB1350 - Specifies that a school board may vote to remove its operating levy from a certain definition related to tax increment financing for redevelopment projects

Sponsor - Rep. Bill  Kidd (R)

 


HB1357 - Directs fines from certain municipal ordinances to be distributed annually to the schools of the county in the same manner that proceeds of all penalties, forfeitures, and fines collected for the breach of the penal laws of the state are distributed

Sponsor - Rep. Mark  Ellebracht (D)

 


HB1363 - Modifies provisions of sunshine laws relating to data exchanged on government-issued cell phones

Sponsor - Rep. Mark  Ellebracht (D)

 


HB1366 - Modifies provision for closed meetings of governmental bodies

Sponsor - Rep. Mark  Ellebracht (D)

 


HB1369 - Authorizes a waiver for certain property tax penalties

Sponsor - Rep. Mark  Ellebracht (D)

 


HB1370 - Modifies the computation of heritage value in condemnation proceedings

Sponsor - Rep. Mark  Ellebracht (D)

 


HB1372 - Modifies provisions relating to ethics

Sponsor - Rep. Mark  Ellebracht (D)

 


HB1375 - Allows certain persons or agencies to request an audit if there is an investigation of an offense of theft or fraud by a public servant or an offense of official misconduct

Sponsor - Rep. Mark  Ellebracht (D)

 


HB1380 - Modifies provisions regarding property tax relief

Sponsor - Rep. Barbara  Washington (D)

 


HB1385 - Requires the court to expunge certain marijuana offenses

Sponsor - Rep. Barbara  Washington (D)

 


HB1401 - Prohibits employment discrimination on the basis of home address status

Sponsor - Rep. Wiley  Price (D)

 


HB1402 - Establishes the "Joint Committee on Media Literacy"

Sponsor - Rep. Jim  Murphy (R)

 


HB1409 - Modifies provisions relating to property tax assessments

Sponsor - Rep. Robert  Sauls (D)

 


HB1412 - Requires attorney's fees and costs to be paid to the property owner in any condemnation proceeding

Sponsor - Rep. Sheila  Solon (R)

 


HB1414 - Modifies provisions relating to the protection of children

Sponsor - Rep. Sheila  Solon (R)

 


HB1431 - Modifies provisions relating to campaign finance

Sponsor - Rep. Kip  Kendrick (D)

 


HB1432 - Establishes the "Missouri Secure Choice Savings Program Act"

Sponsor - Rep. Kip  Kendrick (D)

 


HB1436 - Creates provisions for instant runoff voting

Sponsor - Rep. Dan  Stacy (R)

 


HB1448 - Establishes new provisions allowing for the creation of benefit corporations

Sponsor - Rep. Rocky  Miller (R)

 


HB1449 - Modifies provisions relating to the state income tax rates

Sponsor - Rep. Nick  Schroer (R)

 


HB1452 - Modifies provisions relating to professional licensing reciprocity

Sponsor - Rep. Nick  Schroer (R)

 


HB1460 - Modifies provisions relating to authorized uses of automated external defibrillators

Sponsor - Rep. Dan  Shaul (R)

 


HB1469 - Establishes a sales tax exemption for livestock and agricultural trailers

Sponsor - Rep. Cheri  Toalson Reisch (R)

 


HB1470 - Requires teachers and principals to complete two hours of suicide prevention education each school year

Sponsor - Rep. LaDonna  Appelbaum (D)

 


HB1479 - Modifies provisions relating to charter schools

Sponsor - Rep. Crystal  Quade (D)

 


HB1480 - Authorizes Greene County and any city within the county to, upon voter approval, levy a sales tax dedicated to early childhood education programs

Sponsor - Rep. Crystal  Quade (D)

 


HB1483 - Requires adult students to undergo background checks before attending certain classes in public schools

Sponsor - Rep. Holly  Rehder (R)

 


HB1485 - Authorizes the issuance of residential care vouchers to certain veterans

Sponsor - Rep. Holly  Rehder (R)

 


HB1487 - Allows for the opening of recovery charter high schools

Sponsor - Rep. Holly  Rehder (R)

 


HB1490 - Requires school districts to implement policies requiring accommodations for breast-feeding mothers

Sponsor - Rep. Doug  Beck (D)

 


HB1493 - Changes the laws regarding tax increment financing districts

Sponsor - Rep. Doug  Beck (D)

 


HB1494 - Creates preference for bidders who are residents of Missouri when bidding on projects for the state, its agencies, and political subdivisions

Sponsor - Rep. Doug  Beck (D)

 


HB1495 - Authorizes a tax credit for the establishment of a grocery store in a food desert

Sponsor - Rep. Doug  Beck (D)

 


HB1497 - Modifies provisions relating to project labor agreements

Sponsor - Rep. Doug  Beck (D)

 


HB1498 - Prohibits employers from inquiring about an employee or applicant's salary history information

Sponsor - Rep. Doug  Beck (D)

 


HB1499 - Changes the laws regarding the safekeeping of personal information

Sponsor - Rep. Doug  Beck (D)

 


HB1500 - Establishes employees' right to compensation for unused vacation leave at end of employment

Sponsor - Rep. Doug  Beck (D)

 


HB1506 - Requires driver's license applicants eighteen years of age and younger who have never held a driver's license to complete a driver's education program approved by the Missouri highways and transportation commission

Sponsor - Rep. Mark  Ellebracht (D)

 


HB1508 - Requires in-state public educational institutions to grant undergraduate course credit for students who score 3 or higher on advance placement examinations

Sponsor - Rep. Mark  Ellebracht (D)

 


HB1510 - Modifies definitions for certain statutes governing urban rehabilitation projects

Sponsor - Rep. Steven  Lynch (R)

 


HB1511 - Modifies provisions relating to professional licensing reciprocity

Sponsor - Rep. Steven  Lynch (R)

 


HB1512 - Establishes a sales tax exemption for certain purchases

Sponsor - Rep. Jeffrey  Messenger (R)

 


HB1516 - Establishes the "Retirees Experiencing a Better Living Initiative Fund" to advertise Missouri to retirees in other states

Sponsor - Rep. Jeffrey  Messenger (R)

 


HB1518 - Places a sunset provision on tax credits without a sunset provision

Sponsor - Rep. Jeffrey  Messenger (R)

 


HB1522 - Modifies provisions relating to taxation

Sponsor - Rep. Jeff  Shawan (R)

 


HB1527 - Modifies provisions relating to complaints filed with the Missouri Commission on Human Rights regarding discrimination based upon a person's sexual orientation or gender identity

Sponsor - Rep. Greg  Razer (D)

 


HB1528 - Modifies provisions relating to insurance coverage for mental health conditions

Sponsor - Rep. Greg  Razer (D)

 


HB1537 - Modifies provisions relating to prefilled epinephrine auto syringes in schools

Sponsor - Rep. Barbara  Washington (D)

 


HB1540 - Permits recording of IEP or Section 504 meetings by a student's parent or legal guardian

Sponsor - Rep. Chuck  Basye (R)

 


HB1542 - Modifies provisions relating to workers' compensation law

Sponsor - Rep. Rudy  Veit (R)

 


HB1559 - Exempts certain schools from the state minimum wage law requirements

Sponsor - Rep. Tim  Remole (R)

 


HB1561 - Allows students to apply sunscreen at school

Sponsor - Rep. Donna  Baringer (D)

 


HB1562 - Removes the miles driven restriction on historic motor vehicle license plates

Sponsor - Rep. Jay  Mosley (D)

 


HB1565 - Modifies provisions governing school district course materials or instruction on human sexuality or sexually transmitted diseases

Sponsor - Rep. Chuck  Basye (R)

 


HB1567 - Prohibits an employer from terminating an employee for having a firearm in the employee's vehicle on the employer's premises

Sponsor - Rep. Hardy  Billington (R)

 


HB1568 - Modifies provisions relating to seclusion and restraint policies in public schools

Sponsor - Rep. Dottie  Bailey (R)

 


HB1569 - Modifies provisions relating to seclusion and restraint policies in public schools

Sponsor - Rep. Ian  Mackey (D)

 


HB1570 - Expands the definition of special victim to include sports officials at a sporting event

Sponsor - Rep. Jerome  Barnes (D)

 


HB1571 - Requires child care facilities to report liability insurance coverage to the Department of Health and Senior Services

Sponsor - Rep. Jerome  Barnes (D)

 


HB1575 - Requires children in the City of St. Louis and Kansas City school districts to enroll in a school by the age of five

Sponsor - Rep. Judy  Morgan (D)

 


HB1577 - Modifies provisions relating to the reporting of child abuse and neglect

Sponsor - Rep. Keri  Ingle (D)

 


HB1581 - Modifies provisions relating to parental consent for vaccinations

Sponsor - Rep. Keri  Ingle (D)

 


HB1585 - Changes the laws regarding tax increment financing

Sponsor - Rep. Barbara  Washington (D)

 


HB1586 - Authorizes a tax credit for producing an urban agriculture product in a food desert

Sponsor - Rep. Barbara  Washington (D)

 


HB1587 - Authorizes a tax credit for providers of services to homeless individuals

Sponsor - Rep. Barbara  Washington (D)

 


HB1588 - Creates a new tax credit for first time purchasers of homes in a blighted area that will be used for owner occupancy

Sponsor - Rep. Barbara  Washington (D)

 


HB1589 - Authorizes a tax credit for certain residential property owners

Sponsor - Rep. Barbara  Washington (D)

 


HB1590 - Changes the laws regarding the regulation of certain companies

Sponsor - Rep. Bill  Falkner (R)

 


HB1592 - Changes offenses not eligible for expungement

Sponsor - Rep. Ashley  Bland Manlove (D)

 


HB1605 - Creates the "Fourth Amendment Rights Protection Act"

Sponsor - Rep. Ron  Hicks (R)

 


HB1608 - Enacts provisions relating to the use of public funds for lobbying activities

Sponsor - Rep. Mary Elizabeth  Coleman (R)

 


HB1609 - Adds provisions relating to insurance coverage for pregnant persons

Sponsor - Rep. Mary Elizabeth  Coleman (R)

 


HB1612 - Changes the laws regarding tax increment financing districts

Sponsor - Rep. Mary Elizabeth  Coleman (R)

 


HB1615 - Requires dealers to collect and remit sales tax on motor vehicle sales

Sponsor - Rep. Donna  Baringer (D)

 


HB1618 - Adds provisions relating to funding agreements in the business of insurance

Sponsor - Rep. Noel  Shull (R)

 


HB1624 - Establishes a "Council for Community Education" within the Department of Elementary and Secondary Education

Sponsor - Rep. Alan  Gray (D)

 


HB1625 - Creates subdistricts within certain school districts

Sponsor - Rep. Alan  Gray (D)

 


HB1630 - Changes the law regarding concealed carry permits by lowering the age requirement to eighteen or older

Sponsor - Rep. Dirk  Deaton (R)

 


HB1634 - Adds provisions relating to property and casualty insurance products

Sponsor - Rep. Jeff  Porter (R)

 


HB1636 - Allows schools with a four-day school week to set an opening date more than fourteen days before the first Monday in September

Sponsor - Rep. Jeff  Porter (R)

 


HB1637 - Establishes the "Second Amendment Preservation Act," which creates additional protections to the right to bear arms

Sponsor - Rep. Jered  Taylor (R)

 


HB1642 - Requires administration of a statewide assessment test for five years before any revisions to the test may be made

Sponsor - Rep. Jered  Taylor (R)

 


HB1656 - Exempts state legislators from paying labor costs associated with responding to sunshine law requests

Sponsor - Rep. Raychel  Proudie (D)

 


HB1659 - Enacts provisions relating to the "Missouri Urban Rural Renewal Workforce Act"

Sponsor - Rep. Raychel  Proudie (D)

 


HB1660 - Creates new provisions related to serving meals to students

Sponsor - Rep. Raychel  Proudie (D)

 


HB1661 - Creates subdistricts within certain school districts

Sponsor - Rep. Raychel  Proudie (D)

 


HB1663 - Authorizes the development of a program allowing reimbursement for certain tuition costs incurred by teachers

Sponsor - Rep. Doug  Richey (R)

 


HB1664 - Changes provisions related to funding for charter schools

Sponsor - Rep. Doug  Richey (R)

 


HB1671 - Extends and relocates the trauma-informed schools pilot program

Sponsor - Rep. Sarah  Unsicker (D)

 


HB1682 - Prohibits vapor product usage in indoor areas of public schools or on school buses

Sponsor - Rep. David  Wood (R)

 


HB1688 - Establishes the "Expanded Workforce Access Act of 2020"

Sponsor - Rep. Derek  Grier (R)

 


HB1695 - Establishes the Targeted Industrial Manufacturing Enhancement Zones Act

Sponsor - Rep. John  Black (R)

 


HB1703 - Creates the "Missouri Electricity Bill Reduction Assistance Act"

Sponsor - Rep. Michael  O'Donnell (R)

 


HB1710 - Modifies provisions relating to taxation of property

Sponsor - Rep. John  Eggleston (R)

 


HB1712 - Requires the display of the national motto on public buildings

Sponsor - Rep. Rick  Francis (R)

 


HB1713 - Establishes the Capitol Complex Tax Credit Act

Sponsor - Rep. David  Griffith (R)

 


HB1717 - Requires any legislation originating in the House that adds a new requirement for public schools to include provisions that reduce an existing requirement for public schools

Sponsor - Rep. Herman  Morse (R)

 


HB1722 - Allows concealed carrying of firearms on public transportation systems and transporting nonfunctional or unloaded firearms on public buses

Sponsor - Rep. Adam  Schnelting (R)

 


HB1729 - Modifies provisions relating to school bus registration fees

Sponsor - Rep. Dan  Shaul (R)

 


HB1732 - Modifies provisions relating to elementary and secondary education

Sponsor - Rep. Phil  Christofanelli (R)

 


HB1733 - Establishes the "Missouri Empowerment Scholarship Accounts Program."

Sponsor - Rep. Phil  Christofanelli (R)

 


HB1734 - Modifies provisions relating to the taxation of partners and partnerships

Sponsor - Rep. Phil  Christofanelli (R)

 


HB1738 - Prohibits public bodies from entering into certain contracts

Sponsor - Rep. Ron  Hicks (R)

 


HB1739 - Adds provisions relating to occupational diseases diagnosed in first responders

Sponsor - Rep. Ron  Hicks (R)

 


HB1749 - Modifies the state income tax brackets

Sponsor - Rep. Vic  Allred (R)

 


HB1750 - Requires community improvement districts to include more than one property owner

Sponsor - Rep. Vic  Allred (R)

 


HB1752 - Modifies provisions relating to working animals

Sponsor - Rep. Bryan  Spencer (R)

 


HB1760 - Requires certain public officials to vote in meetings and not electronically or by proxy

Sponsor - Rep. Bryan  Spencer (R)

 


HB1762 - Allows the Public Service Commission to authorize a low income rate for water and sewer service

Sponsor - Rep. Jeff  Knight (R)

 


HB1763 - Modifies provisions relating to unlawful discriminatory practices

Sponsor - Rep. Tom  Hannegan (R)

 


HB1764 - Modifies requirements for written offers in condemnation proceedings

Sponsor - Rep. Kathy  Swan (R)

 


HB1767 - Authorizes a tax credit for qualified film projects

Sponsor - Rep. Kathy  Swan (R)

 


HB1771 - Requires the department of revenue to issue income tax refunds to the estates or families of certain terrorist attack first responders

Sponsor - Rep. Brenda  Shields (R)

 


HB1776 - Establishes provisions relating to asset forfeiture

Sponsor - Rep. Tony  Lovasco (R)

 


HB1777 - Modifies provisions for expenditure of public funds on printed matter

Sponsor - Rep. Tony  Lovasco (R)

 


HB1781 - Authorizes a tax credit for establishing a new business in a distressed community

Sponsor - Rep. Rasheen  Aldridge (D)

 


HB1784 - Allows electrical corporations to charge for services based on the costs of certain construction work in progress

Sponsor - Rep. John  Black (R)

 


HB1787 - Changes the requirements to run for certain public office

Sponsor - Rep. Jason  Chipman (R)

 


HB1794 - Requires only one motor vehicle license plate for certain motor vehicles

Sponsor - Rep. Wes  Rogers (D)

 


HB1796 - Modifies provisions relating to the "Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics Initiative" (STEM)

Sponsor - Rep. Ron  Hicks (R)

 


HB1801 - Prohibits the enforcement of any federal rule or regulation promulgated by the United States Environmental Protection Agency unless the rule or regulation is approved by the General Assembly

Sponsor - Rep. Lynn  Morris (R)

 


HB1803 - Establishes the offenses of harassment of a school or recreation athletic official and entry or remaining on site of a school or recreation athletic contest after being forbidden.

Sponsor - Rep. Jerome  Barnes (D)

 


HB1806 - Modifies provisions relating to refunds of certain tax payments

Sponsor - Rep. Mike  Moon (R)

 


HB1808 - Requires school districts to include instruction on the use and effects of vapor products

Sponsor - Rep. David  Wood (R)

 


HB1817 - Excludes certain administrative penalties from the calculation of local effort in Iron County

Sponsor - Rep. Chris  Dinkins (R)

 


HB1818 - Removes increases in the amount received from fines for school purposes from the calculation of local effort for school districts

Sponsor - Rep. Chris  Dinkins (R)

 


HB1820 - Enacts requirements relating to suicide prevention education and information

Sponsor - Rep. Ann  Kelley (R)

 


HB1834 - Changes the laws regarding tax increment financing districts

Sponsor - Rep. Alan  Green (D)

 


HB1840 - Creates a tort cause of action for injuries that result from harassment in the workplace

Sponsor - Rep. Alan  Green (D)

 


HB1845 - Establishes the "First-Time Business Owner Savings Account" and authorizes a tax deduction for contributions to a savings account dedicated to starting a new business

Sponsor - Rep. Alan  Green (D)

 


HB1849 - Creates new provisions related to the display of posters containing representations of the Missouri state flag and other items in public schools

Sponsor - Rep. Mike  Moon (R)

 


HB1854 - Modifies provisions relating to political subdivisions

Sponsor - Rep. Donna  Pfautsch (R)

 


HB1858 - Establishes a minimum biodiesel fuel content mandate for diesel fuel sold or offered for sale in Missouri

Sponsor - Rep. Mike  Haffner (R)

 


HB1860 - Modifies provisions relating to property tax increases

Sponsor - Rep. Jeff  Coleman (R)

 


HB1862 - Extends the duration of unemployment benefits

Sponsor - Rep. Judy  Morgan (D)

 


HB1866 - Allows local educational agencies to create school-community partnerships

Sponsor - Rep. Kathy  Swan (R)

 


HB1867 - Modifies provisions relating to the powers of superintendents regarding the suspension of students

Sponsor - Rep. Kathy  Swan (R)

 


HB1868 - Requires the state board of education to develop a statewide plan for minimum requirements for career and technical education (CTE) certificates

Sponsor - Rep. Kathy  Swan (R)

 


HB1884 - Modifies provisions relating to employment security

Sponsor - Rep. Steven  Lynch (R)

 


HB1894 - Modifies provisions relating to property assessments

Sponsor - Rep. Nick  Schroer (R)

 


HB1895 - Modifies provisions relating to use taxes

Sponsor - Rep. Bill  Falkner (R)

 


HB1897 - Allows school districts to exceed the limitation on debt for certain capital projects

Sponsor - Rep. Lynn  Morris (R)

 


HB1902 - Allows students who earned an associate's degree or the equivalent to apply unused A+ scholarship funds toward earning a bachelor's degree

Sponsor - Rep. Brenda  Shields (R)

 


HB1903 - Allows school districts that share superintendents to receive additional state aid.

Sponsor - Rep. Brenda  Shields (R)

 


HB1905 - Changes provisions governing residency of pupils registering for school

Sponsor - Rep. Patricia  Pike (R)

 


HB1906 - Modifies provisions governing the authorization of the deduction of moneys from the paychecks of public employees for the benefit of public labor organizations

Sponsor - Rep. Phil  Christofanelli (R)

 


HB1907 - Modifies provisions relating to property tax

Sponsor - Rep. Phil  Christofanelli (R)

 


HB1908 - Modifies provisions relating to sales tax

Sponsor - Rep. Phil  Christofanelli (R)

 


HB1914 - Modifies provisions relating to taxation of certain energy-producing property

Sponsor - Rep. Jeff  Porter (R)

 


HB1917 - Modifies provisions relating to charter schools

Sponsor - Rep. Michael  O'Donnell (R)

 


HB1920 - Modifies provisions relating to the misclassification of workers

Sponsor - Rep. Justin  Hill (R)

 


HB1921 - Modifies the duration of unemployment compensation, modifies the method to pay federal advances, and raises the fund trigger causing contribution rate reductions

Sponsor - Rep. Justin  Hill (R)

 


HB1922 - Modifies provisions relating to health insurance policies sold in the state of Missouri

Sponsor - Rep. Justin  Hill (R)

 


HB1931 - Requires certain public schools to offer breakfast after the bell

Sponsor - Rep. Chris  Carter (D)

 


HB1933 - Establishes the "Missouri Local Government Expenditure Database"

Sponsor - Rep. John  Wiemann (R)

 


HB1934 - Modifies provisions relating to the Public School Retirement System of Missouri

Sponsor - Rep. John  Wiemann (R)

 


HB1936 - Establishes new provisions allowing for the creation of benefit corporations

Sponsor - Rep. Rocky  Miller (R)

 


HB1941 - Modifies provisions relating to the "A+ Schools Program."

Sponsor - Rep. Kevin  Windham (D)

 


HB1942 - Creates criminal penalties for certain offenses committed against a body of the General Assembly

Sponsor - Rep. Rob  Vescovo (R)

 


HB1948 - Modifies provisions relating to the state sales tax rate

Sponsor - Rep. Dottie  Bailey (R)

 


HB1954 - Requires school districts to provide "period products" at no cost in middle schools and high schools and charter schools

Sponsor - Rep. Martha  Stevens (D)

 


HB1957 - Modifies provisions relating to taxation

Sponsor - Rep. John  Eggleston (R)

 


HB1960 - Simplifies the application form for certain public assistance benefit programs and allows certain periodic eligibility review forms to be submitted as an attachment to a recipient's state tax return

Sponsor - Rep. Mary Elizabeth  Coleman (R)

 


HB1961 - Establishes the "Keep Our Schools Safe Act"

Sponsor - Rep. Nick  Schroer (R)

 


HB1965 - Creates new provisions relating to occupational diseases diagnosed in first respondersCreates new provisions relating to occupational diseases diagnosed in first responders

Sponsor - Rep. Nick  Schroer (R)

 


HB1966 - Changes the process by which public notice is required to be published

Sponsor - Rep. Steven  Lynch (R)

 


HB1967 - Implements the Streamlined Sales and Use Tax Agreement

Sponsor - Rep. Warren  Love (R)

 


HB1968 - Modifies provisions relating to local elections

Sponsor - Rep. Mary Elizabeth  Coleman (R)

 


HB1974 - Establishes the "Missouri Any Willing Provider Act"

Sponsor - Rep. Lynn  Morris (R)

 


HB1979 - Establishes the "Missouri Care Plan"

Sponsor - Rep. Peter  Merideth (D)

 


HB1984 - Requires employers to allow for break time for nursing mothers

Sponsor - Rep. Peter  Merideth (D)

 


HB1985 - Authorizes the "Community Police Tax Credit" for law enforcement officers who live in high-crime areas

Sponsor - Rep. Peter  Merideth (D)

 


HB1986 - Authorizes tax credits for health care professionals and EMTs serving in rural areas

Sponsor - Rep. Peter  Merideth (D)

 


HB1990 - Raises minimum teacher's salaries by $1,000 per year for 7 consecutive years

Sponsor - Rep. Brenda  Shields (R)

 


HB1991 - Requires bleeding control kits in all public school and charter school classrooms

Sponsor - Rep. Brenda  Shields (R)

 


HB1992 - Modifies provisions for utility projects

Sponsor - Rep. Bill  Kidd (R)

 


HB1994 - Establishes the Students' Right to Know Act

Sponsor - Rep. Chuck  Basye (R)

 


HB1995 - Modifies provisions relating to continuing education requirements for certain professionals

Sponsor - Rep. Lynn  Morris (R)

 


HB1999 - Modifies provisions relating to retirement systems

Sponsor - Rep. Rusty  Black (R)

 


HB2000 - Modifies provisions relating to professional registration

Sponsor - Rep. Derek  Grier (R)

 


HB2027 - Authorizes a tax credit for qualified film projects

Sponsor - Rep. Vic  Allred (R)

 


HB2029 - Allows school districts to divide into subdistricts

Sponsor - Rep. Rudy  Veit (R)

 


HB2030 - Establishes the Missouri Video Lottery Control Act

Sponsor - Rep. Dan  Houx (R)

 


HB2035 - Modifies provisions relating to the electronic transfer of workers' compensation benefits

Sponsor - Rep. Mike  Henderson (R)

 


HB2036 - Authorizes a tax credit for certain physicians providing preceptorships

Sponsor - Rep. Jon  Patterson (R)

 


HB2039 - Modifies provisions relating to employment security benefits

Sponsor - Rep. Jon  Patterson (R)

 


HB2043 - Establishes the Adoption Protection Act

Sponsor - Rep. Ben  Baker (R)

 


HB2044 - Establishes the "Parental Oversight of Public Libraries Act"

Sponsor - Rep. Ben  Baker (R)

 


HB2046 - Modifies provisions relating to professional license reciprocity

Sponsor - Rep. Derek  Grier (R)

 


HB2047 - Sets the burden of proof on the county assessor for proving the market value of certain property on certain appeals

Sponsor - Rep. Chrissy  Sommer (R)

 


HB2053 - Changes provisions governing local school district procedures for setting school starting dates

Sponsor - Rep. Matt  Sain (D)

 


HB2056 - Modifies and removes provisions relating to concealed firearms

Sponsor - Rep. Bryan  Spencer (R)

 


HB2067 - Modifies provisions relating to unlawful discriminatory practices

Sponsor - Rep. Gina  Mitten (D)

 


HB2068 - Establishes the "Show Me a Brighter Future Scholarship Program"

Sponsor - Rep. Travis  Fitzwater (R)

 


HB2069 - Modifies provisions relating to ethics and the sunshine law

Sponsor - Rep. Shamed  Dogan (R)

 


HB2070 - Establishes "The John Ashcroft Fourth Amendment Affirmation Act"

Sponsor - Rep. Shamed  Dogan (R)

 


HB2071 - Modifies provisions relating to the classification of workers

Sponsor - Rep. Allen  Andrews (R)

 


HB2072 - Modifies provisions relating to employment security

Sponsor - Rep. Allen  Andrews (R)

 


HB2074 - Subjects public employers to the state minimum wage law

Sponsor - Rep. Jon  Carpenter (D)

 


HB2075 - Modifies provisions relating to ethics

Sponsor - Rep. Jon  Carpenter (D)

 


HB2076 - Modifies provisions relating to when employees are to be paid for their labor

Sponsor - Rep. Jon  Carpenter (D)

 


HB2078 - Requires the Department of Elementary and Secondary Education to transfer any excess foundation formula funding to the School Transportation Fund

Sponsor - Rep. Karla  Eslinger (R)

 


HB2084 - Modifies provisions relating to transfer of students within districts and between districts

Sponsor - Rep. Mike  Moon (R)

 


HB2088 - Modifies provisions related to gaming

Sponsor - Rep. Dan  Shaul (R)

 


HB2091 - Modifies provisions relating to video service providers

Sponsor - Rep. Jack  Bondon (R)

 


HB2095 - Modifies provisions relating to the licensing of speech pathologists and audiologists

Sponsor - Rep. Jeff  Shawan (R)

 


HB2560 - Creates new provisions related to student data privacy

Sponsor - Rep. Curtis  Trent (R)

 


HB2561 - Provides a state supplement for public schools to hire a school nurse and a mental health professional

Sponsor - Rep. Yolanda  Young (D)

 


HB2564 - Changes provisions governing school superintendent salaries and residency requirements

Sponsor - Rep. Jered  Taylor (R)

 


HB2569 - Establishes new procedures for annexation of school districts to special school districts

Sponsor - Rep. Shamed  Dogan (R)

 


HB2588 - Enacts "Will's Law" providing for individualized health care plans for students with epilepsy or a seizure disorder

Sponsor - Rep. Doug  Beck (D)

 


HB2591 - Provides for new school board subdistricts and member elections in certain cities

Sponsor - Rep. Craig  Fishel (R)

 


HB2596 - Requires the state board of education to convene a work group about an eighth grade course on career readiness

Sponsor - Rep. Gretchen  Bangert (D)

 


HB2603 - Modifies provisions for the sunshine law

Sponsor - Rep. Bruce  DeGroot (R)

 


HB2607 - Modifies provisions relating to workers' compensation

Sponsor - Rep. Curtis  Trent (R)

 


HB2609 - Establishes new procedures for annexation of school districts to special school districts

Sponsor - Rep. Sarah  Unsicker (D)

 


HB2618 - Requires school districts to provide all qualified students with a free ACT test

Sponsor - Rep. Brenda  Shields (R)

 


HB2621 - Modifies provisions relating to home school education

Sponsor - Rep. Ben  Baker (R)

 


HB2623 - Requires schools to allow students to leave school to vote

Sponsor - Rep. Trish  Gunby (D)

 


HB2630 - Modifies provisions regarding the expungement of records

Sponsor - Rep. Ron  Hicks (R)

 


HB2638 - Requires school districts to provide "period products" at no cost in charter schools and public middle and high schools

Sponsor - Rep. Dottie  Bailey (R)

 


HB2643 - Reduces public assistance benefits of individuals whose children do not meet school attendance requirements

Sponsor - Rep. Jeff  Porter (R)

 


HB2644 - Requires school districts to provide "period products" at no cost in charter schools and public middle and high schools

Sponsor - Rep. Martha  Stevens (D)

 


HB2650 - Changes provisions governing literacy and reading deficiencies

Sponsor - Rep. Ann  Kelley (R)

 


HB2658 - Authorizes a sales and use tax exemption for purchases of solar photovoltaic installations and improvements

Sponsor - Rep. Louis  Riggs (R)

 


HB2667 - Requires insurance providers to offer an online service portal

Sponsor - Rep. Trish  Gunby (D)

 


HB2671 - Changes provisions governing literacy and reading deficiencies

Sponsor - Rep. Mike  Henderson (R)

 


HB2687 - Requires certain school buildings to be fitted with filters to reduce lead concentration levels in drinking water

Sponsor - Rep. Mary Elizabeth  Coleman (R)

 


HB2691 - Enacts provisions related to sports wagering

Sponsor - Rep. Wes  Rogers (D)

 


HB2701 - Prohibits increases in the assessed valuations of certain residential real property

Sponsor - Rep. Barbara  Washington (D)

 


HB2707 - Modifies provisions relating to electronic public records

Sponsor - Rep. Gina  Mitten (D)

 


HB2711 - Establishes a tax deduction for employers relating to criminal justice reform

Sponsor - Rep. Steven  Roberts (D)

 


HB2714 - Changes the law regarding the right to keep and bear arms

Sponsor - Rep. John  Black (R)

 


HB2717 - Allows school districts that share superintendents and operational functions to receive additional state aid

Sponsor - Rep. Brenda  Shields (R)

 


HB2718 - Establishes guidelines for public school student participation in athletic contests organized by sex

Sponsor - Rep. Robert  Ross (R)

 


HB2720 - Modifies provisions relating to taxation

Sponsor - Rep. Jeff  Shawan (R)

 


HB2725 - Modifies provisions for the sunshine law

Sponsor - Rep. Mary Elizabeth  Coleman (R)

 


HB2727 - Establishes qualifications for substitute teachers

Sponsor - Rep. Gretchen  Bangert (D)

 


HB2728 - Modifies provisions relating to retirement systems

Sponsor - Rep. Steven  Roberts (D)

 


HB2732 - Changes provisions governing A+ schools

Sponsor - Rep. Andrew  McDaniel (R)

 


HB2736 - Authorizes an income tax deduction for certain teachers and paraprofessionals

Sponsor - Rep. Cody  Smith (R)

 


HB2737 - Changes provisions governing teacher education programs

Sponsor - Rep. John  Black (R)

 


HB2749 - Changes the laws regarding the safekeeping of personal information

Sponsor - Rep. Aaron  Griesheimer (R)

 


HB2750 - Modifies provisions relating to elementary and secondary education

Sponsor - Rep. Chuck  Basye (R)

 


HB2753 - Requires all public restrooms, other than single occupancy restrooms, to be gender-divided

Sponsor - Rep. Jeffrey  Pogue (R)

 


HB2759 - Establishes the Missouri Teachers Classroom Supply Assistance Program

Sponsor - Rep. Gretchen  Bangert (D)

 


HB2760 - Prohibits the state, a state agency, or a political subdivision from disclosing personal information without consent

Sponsor - Rep. Jeffrey  Pogue (R)

 


HB2761 - Restricts the use of vapor products

Sponsor - Rep. Doug  Beck (D)

 


HCR90 - Urges inclusion of Black history celebrations and perspectives in K-12 lesson plans

Sponsor - Rep. Tommie  Pierson, Jr. (D)

 


HJR61 - Introduces constitutional provisions relating to a tax exemption for certain senior citizen property owners

Sponsor - Rep. Bill  Kidd (R)

 


HJR62 - Proposes an amendment to the Constitution of Missouri relating to property tax

Sponsor - Rep. Randy  Pietzman (R)

 


HJR64 - Authorizes a real property tax rate freeze for certain individuals

Sponsor - Rep. Mark  Ellebracht (D)

 


HJR67 - Proposes a constitutional amendment exempting from taxation certain real and personal property owned by certain disabled veterans

Sponsor - Rep. Sonya  Anderson (R)

 


HJR73 - Proposes a constitutional amendment entitling all students to an adequate and equitable education and increasing the percentage of state revenue set aside for public schools

Sponsor - Rep. Judy  Morgan (D)

 


HJR74 - Calls for a referendum on the Constitution of Missouri, relating to the assessment of real property values

Sponsor - Rep. Barbara  Washington (D)

 


HJR77 - Proposes an amendment to the Constitution of Missouri relating to property tax

Sponsor - Rep. John  Eggleston (R)

 


HJR81 - Prohibits the increase of residential property assessments by more than three percent per year

Sponsor - Rep. Mark  Ellebracht (D)

 


HJR82 - Proposes a constitutional amendment to protect the integrity of interscholastic athletic contests

Sponsor - Rep. Robert  Ross (R)

 


HJR84 - Proposes an amendment to the Constitution of Missouri relating to a sales tax exemption on firearms and ammunition

Sponsor - Rep. Andrew  McDaniel (R)

 


HJR85 - Proposes an amendment to the Constitution of Missouri relating to property tax assessments

Sponsor - Rep. Jeff  Coleman (R)

 


HJR86 - Proposes a constitutional amendment authorizing school districts to exceed the limitation on indebtedness if approved by the state school board and upon a vote of the people

Sponsor - Rep. Lynn  Morris (R)

 


HJR88 - Limits the growth of property tax assessments

Sponsor - Rep. Nick  Schroer (R)

 


HJR116 - Proposes an amendment to the Constitution of Missouri relating to a property tax freeze for certain seniors

Sponsor - Rep. Rory  Rowland (D)

 


HJR123 - Proposes an amendment to the Constitution of Missouri relating to property tax assessments

Sponsor - Rep. Barbara  Washington (D)

 


HRB2 - Repeals obsolete, expired, sunset, and terminated statutory sections and portions of sections

Sponsor - Rep. Dan  Shaul (R)

 


SB519 - Modifies provisions regarding the expungement of records

Sponsor - Sen. Shalonn (Kiki)  Curls (Resigned) (D)

 


SB525 - Provides that recovery charter high schools may be operated in Kansas City for students in recovery from substance use disorder or dependency

Sponsor - Sen. Ed  Emery (R)

 


SB527 - Modifies provisions related to charter schools

Sponsor - Sen. Ed  Emery (R)

 


SB528 - Requires the Department of Elementary and Secondary Education to transfer any excess foundation formula funding to the School Transportation Fund

Sponsor - Sen. Mike  Cunningham (R)

 


SB529 - Modifies provisions relating to use taxes

Sponsor - Sen. Mike  Cunningham (R)

 


SB530 - Modifies provisions relating to illegal gambling

Sponsor - Sen. Mike  Cunningham (R)

 


SB534 - Modifies provisions relating to charter schools

Sponsor - Sen. Lincoln  Hough (R)

 


SB535 - Requires assessors to use an income-based approach to assess mining properties

Sponsor - Sen. Gary  Romine (Resigned) (R)

 


SB536 - Requires the State Board of Education and the Career and Technical Advisory Committee to establish a statewide plan for career and technical education certificates

Sponsor - Sen. Gary  Romine (Resigned) (R)

 


SB545 - Relating to occupational diseases under workers' compensation laws

Sponsor - Sen. Scott  Sifton (D)

 


SB547 - Modifies provisions relating to property tax assessments

Sponsor - Sen. Scott  Sifton (D)

 


SB549 - Relating to low-income housing tax credits

Sponsor - Sen. Dan  Hegeman (R)

 


SB550 - Relating to the assessment of certain properties that are exempt from ad valorem taxes

Sponsor - Sen. Dan  Hegeman (R)

 


SB557 - Modifies provisions relating to illegal gambling

Sponsor - Sen. Dave  Schatz (R)

 


SB565 - Creates new provisions of law relating to leave from employment

Sponsor - Sen. Jill  Schupp (D)

 


SB566 - Establishes the Missouri Video Lottery Control Act

Sponsor - Sen. Denny  Hoskins (R)

 


SB567 - Authorizes sports wagering

Sponsor - Sen. Denny  Hoskins (R)

 


SB570 - Modifies provisions relating to tax increment financing

Sponsor - Sen. Andrew  Koenig (R)

 


SB573 - Imposes a petroleum products surcharge and reduces the income tax rate

Sponsor - Sen. Bill  Eigel (R)

 


SB574 - Modifies provisions relating to taxation

Sponsor - Sen. Bill  Eigel (R)

 


SB577 - Modifies provisions relating to property assessment contracts for energy efficiency

Sponsor - Sen. Sandy  Crawford (R)

 


SB579 - Modifies provisions relating to property tax assessments

Sponsor - Sen. Mike  Cierpiot (R)

 


SB580 - Establishes the "Long-Term Dignity Act"

Sponsor - Sen. Mike  Cierpiot (R)

 


SB581 - Establishes the "Show Me a Brighter Future Scholarship Act"

Sponsor - Sen. Mike  Cierpiot (R)

 


SB582 - Allows school districts and charter schools to receive state school funding under the foundation formula for high school students who are taking competency-based credit

Sponsor - Sen. Lauren  Arthur (D)

 


SB583 - Allows for an income tax deduction for educator expenses

Sponsor - Sen. Lauren  Arthur (D)

 


SB591 - Modifies provisions relating to civil actions, including punitive damages and unlawful merchandising practices

Sponsor - Sen. Bill  White (R)

 


SB594 - Establishes the Targeted Industrial Manufacturing Enhancement Zones Act

Sponsor - Sen. Lincoln  Hough (R)

 


SB603 - Modifies provisions relating to charter schools

Sponsor - Sen. Cindy  O'Laughlin (R)

 


SB613 - Modifies provisions regarding fees for access to public records and authorizes closure of certain constituent and legislative records of members of the General Assembly

Sponsor - Sen. Ed  Emery (R)

 


SB614 - Modifies provisions relating to teacher employment

Sponsor - Sen. Ed  Emery (R)

 


SB618 - Modifies provisions of law relating to an infrastructure system replacement surcharge for gas corporations

Sponsor - Sen. Wayne  Wallingford (R)

 


SB622 - Establishes the Students' Right to Know Act

Sponsor - Sen. Gary  Romine (Resigned) (R)

 


SB626 - Requires every school in the St. Louis City school district to use a response-to-intervention tiered approach to reading instruction for students struggling to read

Sponsor - Sen. Jamilah  Nasheed (D)

 


SB627 - Creates seven subdistricts within the St. Louis City school district

Sponsor - Sen. Jamilah  Nasheed (D)

 


SB628 - Modifies provisions relating to employee wages

Sponsor - Sen. Scott  Sifton (D)

 


SB636 - Extends the authorization of AIM Zones until 2030

Sponsor - Sen. Paul  Wieland (R)

 


SB638 - Prohibits certain offenders of sex crimes from being near athletic facilities used primarily by children

Sponsor - Sen. Jeanie  Riddle (R)

 


SB640 - Increases the amount of the personal income tax cut and the business income deduction in current law

Sponsor - Sen. Bob  Onder (R)

 


SB641 - Requires a portion of sales and use tax revenue to be deposited into the State Road Fund

Sponsor - Sen. Bob  Onder (R)

 


SB643 - Modifies provisions relating to gaming

Sponsor - Sen. Denny  Hoskins (R)

 


SB644 - Modifies law regarding service animals

Sponsor - Sen. Denny  Hoskins (R)

 


SB645 - Modifies provisions relating to services for certain students

Sponsor - Sen. Denny  Hoskins (R)

 


SB646 - Modifies provisions relating to certain special taxing districts

Sponsor - Sen. Andrew  Koenig (R)

 


SB647 - Establishes the Fresh Start Act of 2020

Sponsor - Sen. Andrew  Koenig (R)

 


SB648 - Modifies several provisions relating to taxation

Sponsor - Sen. Andrew  Koenig (R)

 


SB649 - Modifies provisions relating to charter schools

Sponsor - Sen. Bill  Eigel (R)

 


SB652 - Modifies language to be placed on a ballot for the approval of a local use tax

Sponsor - Sen. Sandy  Crawford (R)

 


SB655 - Modifies provisions relating to appeals of property tax assessments

Sponsor - Sen. Mike  Cierpiot (R)

 


SB659 - Modifies provisions relating to taxation

Sponsor - Sen. Lauren  Arthur (D)

 


SB660 - Authorizes the Gasconade R-II school district, which crosses county boundaries, to use the county that yields the highest dollar value modifier under the school foundation formula

Sponsor - Sen. Mike  Bernskoetter (R)

 


SB670 - Modifies provisions relating to athletic trainers

Sponsor - Sen. Lincoln  Hough (R)

 


SB672 - Modifies provisions relating to workers' compensation premiums

Sponsor - Sen. Justin  Brown (R)

 


SB674 - Reauthorizes the Wood Energy Tax Credit until June 30, 2026

Sponsor - Sen. Justin  Brown (R)

 


SB675 - Places a limit on the growth in assessments of residential real property

Sponsor - Sen. Tony  Luetkemeyer (R)

 


SB676 - Modifies several deadlines relating to the assessment and appeals of assessments for property taxes

Sponsor - Sen. Tony  Luetkemeyer (R)

 


SB680 - Modifies provisions relating to employment security

Sponsor - Sen. Cindy  O'Laughlin (R)

 


SB682 - Modifies provisions relating to employment practices based on gender

Sponsor - Sen. Karla  May (D)

 


SB685 - Increases the budget base for the "Division of Tourism Supplemental Revenue Fund"

Sponsor - Sen. David  Sater (R)

 


SB690 - Modifies provisions relating to employment security

Sponsor - Sen. Mike  Cunningham (R)

 


SB691 - Modifies provisions relating to automation adjustments paid by employers subject to the unemployment compensation laws

Sponsor - Sen. Mike  Cunningham (R)

 


SB692 - Modifies provisions of the Public Access to Automated External Defibrillator Act

Sponsor - Sen. Mike  Cunningham (R)

 


SB693 - Creates new provisions relating to workers' compensation proceedings

Sponsor - Sen. Wayne  Wallingford (R)

 


SB694 - Creates new provisions relating to unemployment benefits probationary periods

Sponsor - Sen. Wayne  Wallingford (R)

 


SB700 - Allows the concealed carry of firearms on public transportation systems and the transporting of non-functioning or unloaded firearms on public buses

Sponsor - Sen. Bob  Onder (R)

 


SB701 - Modifies provisions governing the authorization of the deduction of moneys from the paychecks of public employees for the benefit of public labor organizations

Sponsor - Sen. Bob  Onder (R)

 


SB704 - Modifies provisions relating to the taxation of partnerships

Sponsor - Sen. Denny  Hoskins (R)

 


SB705 - Places a limit on the growth in assessments of residential real property

Sponsor - Sen. Andrew  Koenig (R)

 


SB707 - Establishes the Missouri Empowerment Scholarship Accounts Program

Sponsor - Sen. Andrew  Koenig (R)

 


SB713 - Establishes the Missouri Sales Tax Fairness Tax Credit Act

Sponsor - Sen. Lauren  Arthur (D)

 


SB715 - Prohibits the enforcement of any federal rule or regulation promulgated by the United States Environmental Protection Agency unless the rule or regulation is approved by the General Assembly

Sponsor - Sen. Eric  Burlison (R)

 


SB718 - Modifies provisions relating to military affairs

Sponsor - Sen. Bill  White (R)

 


SB721 - Modifies requirements for guaranteed energy cost savings contracts

Sponsor - Sen. Lincoln  Hough (R)

 


SB722 - Repeals provisions authorizing regional economic development districts

Sponsor - Sen. Lincoln  Hough (R)

 


SB724 - Establishes the Missouri Rural Workforce Development Act

Sponsor - Sen. Justin  Brown (R)

 


SB732 - Modifies provisions relating to the misclassification of workers

Sponsor - Sen. Ed  Emery (R)

 


SB734 - Modifies provisions related to funding for charter schools

Sponsor - Sen. Ed  Emery (R)

 


SB735 - Requires certain disclosures to be made by entities entering into contracts with public entities

Sponsor - Sen. Scott  Sifton (D)

 


SB741 - Modifies the filing periods for the remittance of sales taxes

Sponsor - Sen. Andrew  Koenig (R)

 


SB742 - Provides income tax relief for victims of certain terrorist attacks

Sponsor - Sen. Andrew  Koenig (R)

 


SB749 - Requires health insurance policies to provide coverage for hearing instruments and related services for enrollees under the age of 18

Sponsor - Sen. Bill  White (R)

 


SB750 - Modifies law regarding service animals

Sponsor - Sen. Bill  White (R)

 


SB751 - Prohibits any rule or regulation from requiring authorized common carriers to provide restroom facilities unless the length of the trip exceeds the length of the school district's longest bus route

Sponsor - Sen. Lincoln  Hough (R)

 


SB754 - Authorizes sports wagering

Sponsor - Sen. Tony  Luetkemeyer (R)

 


SB755 - Exempts information pertaining to the salaries and benefits of certain members of the Board of the Public School Retirement System (PSRS) from confidentiality

Sponsor - Sen. David  Sater (R)

 


SB757 - Provides a sales tax exemption for the production of electricity

Sponsor - Sen. Bob  Onder (R)

 


SB769 - Modifies provisions relating to multiple employer self-insured health plans

Sponsor - Sen. Eric  Burlison (R)

 


SB770 - Authorizes the City of Springfield to impose a transient guest tax

Sponsor - Sen. Lincoln  Hough (R)

 


SB780 - Modifies provisions relating to transportation

Sponsor - Sen. Lincoln  Hough (R)

 


SB785 - Modifies provisions relating to the classification of certain property

Sponsor - Sen. Andrew  Koenig (R)

 


SB786 - Modifies provisions governing school district and charter school course materials and instruction on human sexuality and sexually transmitted diseases

Sponsor - Sen. Cindy  O'Laughlin (R)

 


SB787 - Requires all public and charter schools, and institutions of higher education to print the telephone number for the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline on either side of student identification cards

Sponsor - Sen. David  Sater (R)

 


SB788 - Establishes the "Postpartum Depression Care Act"

Sponsor - Sen. Jill  Schupp (D)

 


SB791 - Modifies provisions relating to the issuance of local bonds

Sponsor - Sen. Bill  Eigel (R)

 


SB798 - Authorizes sports wagering and sports lottery games

Sponsor - Sen. Denny  Hoskins (R)

 


SB800 - Establishes the Personal Period Products and Diaper Sales Tax Relief Act

Sponsor - Sen. Jill  Schupp (D)

 


SB801 - Modifies definitions relating to corporate income taxes

Sponsor - Sen. Andrew  Koenig (R)

 


SB802 - Modifies provisions relating to the use of public funds by school districts or district employees in elections

Sponsor - Sen. Dan  Hegeman (R)

 


SB805 - Modifies provisions relating to sales taxes

Sponsor - Sen. Denny  Hoskins (R)

 


SB806 - Modifies provisions relating to the licensing of speech pathologists and audiologists

Sponsor - Sen. Andrew  Koenig (R)

 


SB812 - Establishes the "Sexual Assault Survivors' Bill of Rights" and the "Missouri Rights of Victims of Sexual Assault Task Force"

Sponsor - Sen. David  Sater (R)

 


SB817 - Modifies provisions relating to rural electric cooperatives

Sponsor - Sen. Sandy  Crawford (R)

 


SB826 - Modifies provisions relating to child protection

Sponsor - Sen. Bill  White (R)

 


SB830 - Modifies provisions related to workforce development in elementary and secondary education

Sponsor - Sen. Mike  Cunningham (R)

 


SB832 - Modifies provisions relating to construction costs for certain new electric generation facilities

Sponsor - Sen. Mike  Cunningham (R)

 


SB834 - Establishes a tax credit for certain alternative fuel refueling properties

Sponsor - Sen. Justin  Brown (R)

 


SB839 - Establishes the "Workforce Diploma Program" to assist students in obtaining a high school diploma and in developing employability and career and technical skills

Sponsor - Sen. Wayne  Wallingford (R)

 


SB966 - Requires each local school district and charter school to have a policy for reading success plans for certain pupils in grades kindergarten through four

Sponsor - Sen. Cindy  O'Laughlin (R)

 


SB973 - Creates the Missouri Early Childhood Cabinet

Sponsor - Sen. Wayne  Wallingford (R)

 


SB977 - Modifies provisions relating to the science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) initiative

Sponsor - Sen. Wayne  Wallingford (R)

 


SB983 - Prohibits the State Tax Commission from raising agricultural land productive values over certain amounts

Sponsor - Sen. Justin  Brown (R)

 


SB988 - Defines the term "sex" for purposes of the Missouri Human Rights Act

Sponsor - Sen. Ed  Emery (R)

 


SB997 - Permits any seven-director school district, or any urban school district, to divide into subdistricts and provide for the election of subdistrict board members

Sponsor - Sen. Mike  Bernskoetter (R)

 


SB998 - Prohibits gifts from lobbyists to members of the General Assembly

Sponsor - Sen. Scott  Sifton (D)

 


SB1005 - Establishes the Affordable Child Care for Families Tax Credit Act

Sponsor - Sen. Jill  Schupp (D)

 


SB1020 - Requires assessors to use an income-based approach to assess mining properties

Sponsor - Sen. John  Rizzo (D)

 


SB1021 - Requires the Department of Elementary and Secondary Education to annually publish on the Department's website a list of schools in the state that have been performing within the bottom 5% of schools for more than three years

Sponsor - Sen. Cindy  O'Laughlin (R)

 


SB1022 - Permits recording certain meetings by a student's parent or legal guardian

Sponsor - Sen. Cindy  O'Laughlin (R)

 


SB1025 - Relating to educational scholarship accounts

Sponsor - Sen. Ed  Emery (R)

 


SB1042 - Prohibits educational institutions from discriminating on the basis of race, including certain hair textures and styles

Sponsor - Sen. Jamilah  Nasheed (D)

 


SB1052 - Modifies provisions governing workers' compensation laws

Sponsor - Sen. Bill  Eigel (R)

 


SB1055 - Modifies provisions relating to elementary and secondary education

Sponsor - Sen. Caleb  Rowden (R)

 


SB1057 - Modifies provisions relating to the Missouri Works program

Sponsor - Sen. Dan  Hegeman (R)

 


SB1058 - Modifies provisions relating to fleet vehicle registration

Sponsor - Sen. Justin  Brown (R)

 


SB1060 - Modifies provisions relating to the taxation of solar energy property

Sponsor - Sen. Lincoln  Hough (R)

 


SB1061 - This act modifies current law regarding reading success plans, formerly known as reading intervention plans

Sponsor - Sen. Doug  Libla (R)

 


SB1071 - Requires each school district to ensure that the elementary and secondary schools provide instruction in cursive writing

Sponsor - Sen. Brian  Williams (D)

 


SB1075 - Requires the State Board of Education to develop a simplified annual school report card for each school attendance center

Sponsor - Sen. Ed  Emery (R)

 


SB1079 - Modifies the process for the delivery of workers' compensation benefits

Sponsor - Sen. Eric  Burlison (R)

 


SB1080 - Allows school districts to exclude such district's operating levy from tax increment financing districts

Sponsor - Sen. John  Rizzo (D)

 


SB1081 - Extends the sunset on the rolling stock tax credit

Sponsor - Sen. John  Rizzo (D)

 


SJR36 - Exempts personal property over ten years old from property tax

Sponsor - Sen. Jason  Holsman (Resigned) (D)

 


SJR40 - Modifies several provisions relating to taxation

Sponsor - Sen. Andrew  Koenig (R)

 


SJR41 - Allows the growth in assessed values to be limited by law

Sponsor - Sen. Andrew  Koenig (R)

 


SJR42 - Places a cap on annual appropriations and reduces income tax rates based on revenue growth

Sponsor - Sen. Bill  Eigel (R)

 


SJR43 - Limits the growth of property tax assessments

Sponsor - Sen. Bill  Eigel (R)

 


SJR44 - Prohibits the levying and collecting of a tax on tangible personal property

Sponsor - Sen. Bill  Eigel (R)

 


SJR45 - Prohibits overlapping political subdivisions from levying multiple taxes for the same service

Sponsor - Sen. Mike  Cierpiot (R)

 


SJR46 - Modifies voter turnout thresholds for tax increase elections

Sponsor - Sen. Mike  Cierpiot (R)

 


SJR48 - Allows the growth in assessed values to be limited by law

Sponsor - Sen. Tony  Luetkemeyer (R)

 


SJR50 - Requires students participating in any single-gender event or activity organized by a statewide activity association to participate in the event corresponding to the student's biological sex

Sponsor - Sen. Cindy  O'Laughlin (R)

 


SJR52 - Modifies voter turnout thresholds for tax increase elections

Sponsor - Sen. Bill  Eigel (R)

 


SJR53 - Prohibits implementation of any program providing a public benefit without an appropriation

Sponsor - Sen. Bill  Eigel (R)

 


SJR55 - Provides for parents' exclusive right to control the upbringing of their children

Sponsor - Sen. Bill  Eigel (R)

 


SJR63 - Provides an exemption for the real property of certain taxpayers

Sponsor - Sen. John  Rizzo (D)