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2018

SB 553
Dixon;
Modifies various provisions regarding local ordinances for dangerous buildings, requiring certain companies who own property to file an affidavit with the city clerk, municipal courts, and municipal and minor traffic violations
Oppose
2018-05-01, Senate: Defeated on S Third ReadingPerfected
2018

SB 748
Emery;
Allows courts to depart from a statutorily required minimum prison term when sentencing a defendant
Support
2018-03-12, Senate: SCS Voted Do Pass S Judiciary and Civil and Criminal Jurisprudence Committee (4753S.05C)Introduced
2018

HB 1358
Davis, Charlie;
Clem Smith;
Steven Roberts;
Jerome Barnes;
Brandon Ellington;
Creates new provisions relating to password protection
Support
2018-04-18, Senate: Executive Session Held (S) - Voted do passPerfected
2018

HB 1433
Berry, T.J.;
Gina Mitten;
Peter Merideth;
Abolishes the death penalty in Missouri
Support
2018-05-07, House: Referred: Crime Prevention and Public Safety(H)Introduced
2018

HB 1383
Miller, Rocky;
Sara Walsh;
Tom Hurst;
Mike Moon;
Tim Remole;
Changes the laws regarding consent for a minor to obtain an abortion
Oppose
2018-04-05, Senate: Executive Session Held (S) - Voted do passPerfected
2018

HB 1434
Berry, T.J.;
Modifies provisions relating to marriage and replaces marriage licenses with contracts of domestic union
Oppose
2018-05-18, House: Referred: Children and Families(H)Introduced
2018

HB 1497
Dogan, Shamed;
Requires law enforcement agencies to adopt a written investigation policy for officer-involved deaths
Support
2018-05-18, House: Referred: Crime Prevention and Public Safety(H)Introduced
2018

HB 1283
Conway, Pat;
Gina Mitten;
Richard Brown;
Allows any registered voter who is eligible to vote in a particular election to do so by absentee ballot without being required to state a reason
Support
2018-05-18, House: Referred: Elections and Elected Officials(H)Introduced
2018

HB 1402
DeGroot, Bruce;
Modifies provisions relating to arbitration agreements
Oppose
2018-01-04, House: Referred: Special Committee on Litigation Reform(H)Introduced
2018

SB 724
Sater;
Prohibits certain selective abortions relating to sex, race, or Down Syndrome
Oppose
2018-01-31, Senate: Voted Do Pass S Seniors, Families and Children CommitteeIntroduced
2018

SB 690
Emery;
Requires that all school shower rooms, locker rooms, and restrooms accessible for use by multiple students shall be designated for and used by male or female students only
Oppose
2018-01-10, Senate: Second Read and Referred S Education CommitteeIntroduced
2018

SB 714
Koenig;
Requires the use of a fetal heartbeat detection test prior to an abortion and prohibits an abortion if a fetal heartbeat is detected
Oppose
2018-01-16, Senate: Second Read and Referred S Seniors, Families and Children CommitteeIntroduced
2018

SB 671
Schupp;
Repeals the 72-hour waiting period prior to an abortion
Support
2018-01-10, Senate: Second Read and Referred S Seniors, Families and Children CommitteeIntroduced
2018

HB 1360
Hannegan, Tom;
Gina Mitten;
Sarah Unsicker;
Greg Razer;
Michael Butler;
Modifies provisions relating to unlawful discriminatory practices
Support
2018-05-18, House: Referred: Rules - Legislative Oversight(H)Committee
2018

HB 1323
Roberts, Steven;
Gina Mitten;
Richard Brown;
Prohibits the practice of requiring peace officers to issue a specific number of citations within a designated period of time
Support
2018-05-18, House: Referred: Crime Prevention and Public Safety(H)Introduced
2018

HB 1448
May, Karla;
Establishes provisions regarding the legalization of marijuana and establishes certain licensing requirements
Support
2018-04-10, House: Public Hearing Completed (H)Introduced
2018

HB 1255
Schroer, Nick;
Gina Mitten;
Phil Christofanelli;
Tom Hannegan;
Holly Rehder;
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
Support
2018-04-12, House: Referred: Rules - Legislative Oversight(H)Committee
2018

HB 1266
Lichtenegger, Donna;
Chrissy Sommer;
Sara Walsh;
Tom Hurst;
Nick Schroer;
Establishes the "Pain Capable Unborn Child Protection Act"
Oppose
2018-04-25, Senate: Executive Session Held (S) - SCS voted do passPerfected
2018

HB 1501
Dogan, Shamed;
Cora Faith Walker;
Prohibits law enforcement agencies from transferring seized property to a federal agency in forfeiture litigation except if the seized property is $100,000 or more in currency
Support
2018-02-06, House: Action Postponed (H)Introduced
2018

HB 1359
Hannegan, Tom;
Tracy McCreery;
Authorizes the early parole of certain offenders over the age of seventy
Support
2018-04-25, House: Reported Do Pass (H) - AYES: 11 NOES: 1 PRESENT: 0Committee
2018

HB 1478
Brattin, Rick;
Requires all employers and business entities to enroll and actively participate in a federal work authorization program and imposes stricter penalties for employing an unauthorized alien
Oppose
2018-05-18, House: Referred: Workforce Development(H)Introduced
2018

HB 1372
Moon, Mike;
Jeff Pogue;
Modifies provisions relating to unborn children
Oppose
2018-05-18, House: Referred: Children and Families(H)Introduced
2018

HB 1316
Mitten, Gina;
Requires a peace officer to provide an oral advisement and obtain written consent for a voluntary search of a person not under arrest or the person's effects or vehicle
Support
2018-05-18, House: Referred: Crime Prevention and Public Safety(H)Introduced
2018

HB 1333
Pietzman, Randy;
Prohibits abortions except in the case of a medical emergency
Oppose
2018-02-21, House: Referred: Children and Families(H)Introduced
2018

HB 1512
Corlew, Kevin;
Changes the Uniform Arbitration Act regarding agreements between employers and at-will employees
Oppose
2018-02-26, House: Dropped from Calendar - Pursuant to House Rules (H)Introduced
2018

HB 1476
Brattin, Rick;
Requires all inmates receiving an on-site non-emergency medical examination or treatment from correctional center personnel to be charged fifty cents per visit
Oppose
2018-02-01, House: Referred: Rules - Legislative Oversight(H)Introduced
2018

HB 1537
Butler, Michael;
Creates the Quality Policing Act that establishes reporting and conduct guidelines for law enforcement agencies
Support
2018-05-18, House: Referred: Crime Prevention and Public Safety(H)Introduced
2018

HB 1550
Newman, Stacey;
Changes the law relating to absentee voting and advanced voting in Missouri.
Support
2018-05-18, House: Referred: Elections and Elected Officials(H)Introduced
2018

HB 1556
Neely, Jim;
Jim Hansen;
Chris Dinkins;
Allows any local governing agency to establish a work for restitution program and requires certain nonviolent offenders to participate in and complete the program
Support
2018-04-26, House: Referred: Rules - Legislative Oversight(H)Introduced
2018

HB 1554
Neely, Jim;
Gina Mitten;
Nick Schroer;
Jean Evans;
Bryan Spencer;
Allows persons with certain serious medical conditions to use medical cannabis
Support
2018-05-09, Senate: Hearing Cancelled (S)Perfected
2018

HB 1584
Franks Jr., Bruce;
Doug Beck;
Peter Merideth;
Requires the secretary of state to establish a system for automatic voter registration
Support
2018-05-18, House: Referred: Elections and Elected Officials(H)Introduced
2018

HB 1579
Franks Jr., Bruce;
Modifies provisions relating to good time credit for offenders committed to the department of corrections
Support
2018-04-26, House: Referred: Rules - Legislative Oversight(H)Introduced
2018

HB 1586
Franks Jr., Bruce;
Peter Merideth;
Establishes the "Protestors' Bill of Rights"
Support
2018-05-18, House: Referred: Crime Prevention and Public Safety(H)Introduced
2018

HB 1583
Franks Jr., Bruce;
Peter Merideth;
Requires the director of the department of public safety to initiate disciplinary action when the director is presented with any information demonstrating cause to discipline a peace officer licensee
Support
2018-05-18, House: Referred: Crime Prevention and Public Safety(H)Introduced
2018

SB 793
Wallingford;
Modifies provisions relating to court proceedings
Support
2018-06-01, executive: Signed by GovernorTruly Agreed To and Finally Passed
2018

HB 1596
Higdon, Galen;
Bruce Franks Jr;
Peter Merideth;
Provides that certain mandatory minimum sentences may be discretionary and creates provisions when a person is eligible for a parole hearing
Support
2018-02-07, House: Referred: Crime Prevention and Public Safety(H)Introduced
2018

SB 803
Nasheed;
Regulates the use of physical restraints on pregnant or postpartum offenders
Support
2018-02-15, Senate: SCS Voted Do Pass S Transportation, Infrastructure and Public Safety Committee (4533S.06C)Introduced
2018

HB 1627
Evans, Jean;
Shamed Dogan;
Establishes protections for pregnant offenders and offenders who are in postpartum recovery while in custody at a correctional center or county or city jail
Support
2018-04-26, House: Motion to Do Pass Failed (H)Introduced
2018

HB 1695
Unsicker, Sarah;
Abolishes the death penalty and specifies that any person sentenced to death before August 28, 2018, must be sentenced to life imprisonment without parole
Support
2018-05-18, House: Referred: Crime Prevention and Public Safety(H)Introduced
2018

SB 813
Riddle;
Modifies the offense of peace disturbance and allows a civil action against a person who commits the offense of peace disturbance and obstructs a highway or access to emergency medical services
Oppose
2018-05-18, Senate: Informal Calendar S Bills for Perfection--SB 813-Riddle, with SCS & SA 1 (pending)Senate Committee Substitute
2018

HB 1739
Smith, Cody;
Peter Merideth;
Steven Roberts;
Clem Smith;
Brandon Ellington;
Allows the court to depart from minimum sentencing provisions in certain circumstances
Support
2018-05-08, Senate: Second read and referred: Senate Judiciary and Civil and Criminal Jurisprudence(S)Perfected
2018

HB 1761
Pogue, Jeff;
Prohibits school districts from collecting biometric information on students without the express written consent of parents or legal guardians
Support
2018-05-18, House: Referred: Elementary and Secondary Education(H)Introduced
2018

HB 1777
Ellington, Brandon;
Modifies when a person may be eligible for parole if such person was under 21 years of age when the offense was committed and was sentenced after January 1, 1976
Support
2018-05-18, House: Referred: Corrections and Public Institutions(H)Introduced
2018

HB 1754
Pogue, Jeff;
Forbids the placement of refugees without the approval of the Missouri General Assembly
Oppose
2018-05-18, House: Referred: Special Committee on Homeland Security(H)Introduced
2018

HB 1772
Morgan, Judy;
Stacey Newman;
Establishes the "Respect Women's Abortion Decisions Act"
Support
2018-05-18, House: Referred: Children and Families(H)Introduced
2018

HB 1751
Pogue, Jeff;
Changes the laws regarding abortion
Oppose
2018-05-18, House: Referred: Children and Families(H)Introduced
2018

HB 1755
Pogue, Jeff;
Requires all public restrooms, other than single occupancy restrooms, to be gender-divided
Oppose
2018-05-18, House: Referred: General Laws(H)Introduced
2018

HB 1763
Pogue, Jeff;
Allows a person authorized to solemnize marriages to refuse to solemnize a marriage which is contrary to the religious beliefs or sincerely held moral convictions of such person
Oppose
2018-05-18, House: Referred: Children and Families(H)Introduced
2018

SB 828
Nasheed;
Modifies provisions relating to racial profiling in policing
Support
2018-03-26, Senate: Hearing Scheduled But Not Heard S Judiciary and Civil and Criminal Jurisprudence CommitteeIntroduced
2018

HB 1908
Brattin, Rick;
Changes the law regarding sanctuary policies for municipalities and other political subdivisions
Oppose
2018-02-21, House: Referred: General Laws(H)Introduced
2018

HB 1854
Newman, Stacey;
Repeals the provision requiring abortion facility physicians to have staff privileges at a hospital
Support
2018-05-18, House: Referred: Children and Families(H)Introduced
2018

HB 1852
Newman, Stacey;
Changes the laws regarding abortion
Support
2018-05-18, House: Referred: Children and Families(H)Introduced
2018

HB 1867
Dogan, Shamed;
Sara Walsh;
Prohibits certain selective abortions relating to sex, race, or Down Syndrome
Oppose
2018-04-11, House: Referred: Rules - Legislative Oversight(H)Introduced
2018

HB 1853
Newman, Stacey;
Modifies provisions relating to abortion
Support
2018-05-18, House: Referred: Children and Families(H)Introduced
2018

HB 1946
Anderson, Sonya;
Sara Walsh;
Requires referrals for out-of-state abortions to be accompanied by specified printed materials
Oppose
2018-01-11, House: Referred: Children and Families(H)Introduced
2018

HB 1935
McCann Beatty, Gail;
Establishes provisions for lifetime parole supervision for offenders serving sentences of life without parole after a minimum of twenty-five years of confinement
Support
2018-05-18, House: Referred: Corrections and Public Institutions(H)Introduced
2018

HB 1994
Ellebracht, Mark;
Richard Brown;
Establishes provisions for net neutrality
Support
2018-05-18, House: Referred: Utilities(H)Introduced
2018

HB 2100
Razer, Greg;
Bruce Franks Jr;
Martha Stevens;
Crystal Quade;
Gina Mitten;
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
Support
2018-05-18, House: HCS Reported Do Pass (H)Introduced
2018

SB 899
Rowden;
Creates new provisions relating to password protection
Support
2018-04-18, Senate: SCS Voted Do Pass S General Laws Committee (5837S.03C)Introduced
2018

HB 2074
Kelly, Hannah;
Sara Walsh;
Prohibits public institutions of higher learning from discriminating against a religious student organization or denying a religious student association any benefit available to any other student association
Oppose
2018-01-17, House: Referred: General Laws(H)Introduced
2018

HB 2172
Dogan, Shamed;
Peter Merideth;
Establishes the "Fourth Amendment Affirmation Act"
Support
2018-03-27, House: Referred: Rules - Legislative Oversight(H)Introduced