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Session / Bill # Calendar / Sponsors Description Last Action Full Text / Next Hearing
2019
SB 19
Libla;
Creates penalty enhancements for certain crimes against emergency service providers
2019-05-17, Senate: Informal Calendar S Bills for Perfection--SB 19-Libla, with SA 1 (pending)Introduced
2019
HB 46
Burnett, Ingrid;
Martha Stevens;
Modifies provisions relating to higher education tuition.
2019-05-17, House: Referred: Higher Education(H)Introduced
2019
SB 64
Burlison;
Modifies provisions relating to sanctuary policies for municipalities
2019-02-19, Senate: SCS Voted Do Pass S General Laws Committee (0458S.02C)Introduced
2019
HJR 5
Merideth, Peter;
Ashley Blandmanlove;
Modifies voter eligibility and creates provisions for early voting and automatic voter registration
2019-05-17, House: Referred: Elections and Elected Officials(H)Introduced
2019
SB 171
Schupp;
Establishes no-excuse absentee voting
2019-01-31, Senate: Second Read and Referred S Local Government and Elections CommitteeIntroduced
2019
HB 282
Anderson, Sonya;
Ann Kelley;
Ben Baker;
Dottie Bailey;
Requires referrals for out-of-state abortions to be accompanied by specified printed materials.
2019-03-28, House: Reported Do Pass (H) - AYES: 5 NOES: 2 PRESENT: 0Introduced
2019
HB 126
Schroer, Nick;
Hardy Billington;
Ben Baker;
Warren Love;
Jim Hansen;
To establish the "Missouri Stands for the Unborn Act" that places new limits on abortion
2019-05-24, House: Delivered to Secretary of State (G)Truly Agreed
2019
SB 170
Schupp;
Repeals the 72-hour waiting period prior to an abortion
2019-01-31, Senate: Second Read and Referred S Health and Pensions CommitteeIntroduced
2019
HB 444
Dogan, Shamed;
Tony Lovasco;
Cheri Toalson-Reisch;
Lynn Morris;
Establishes provisions relating to asset forfeiture
2019-02-21, House: Referred: Rules - Administrative Oversight(H)Committee
2019
HB 236
Franks Jr., Bruce;
Modifies provisions relating to arrests made by law enforcement officers.
2019-05-17, House: Referred: Crime Prevention and Public Safety(H)Introduced
2019
HB 288
Schroer, Nick;
Establishes the crime of unlawful traffic interference.
2019-05-17, House: Referred: Crime Prevention and Public Safety(H)Introduced
2019
HB 484
Dogan, Shamed;
Barbara Washington;
Establishes "The John Ashcroft Fourth Amendment Affirmation Act"
2019-05-17, House: Referred: Crime Prevention and Public Safety(H)Introduced
2019
SB 106
Hoskins;
Changes the law regarding consent for a minor to obtain an abortion
2019-02-13, Senate: Voted Do Pass S Seniors, Families and Children CommitteeIntroduced
2019
HB 238
Schroer, Nick;
Brandon Ellington;
Dottie Bailey;
This bill prevents the state government from sharing medical marijuana user or registry info with the federal government.
2019-05-02, House: Referred: Rules - Legislative Oversight(H)Introduced
2019
HB 113
Smith, Cody;
Peter Merideth;
Kip Kendrick;
Phil Christofanelli;
Tom Hannegan;
Allows the court to depart from minimum sentencing provisions in certain circumstances.
2019-05-17, Senate: Third Read and Passed with Amendments (S) - SA 1, SA 2, SA 3, SA 4, SA 5Senate Sub
2019
SB 139
Koenig;
Ed Emery;
Modifies provisions of law relating to abortion
2019-03-13, Senate: Bill Combined (w/SCS SBs 279, 139 & 345)Introduced
2019
SB 110
Koenig;
Modifies provisions relating to abortion
2019-01-23, Senate: Second Read and Referred S Health and Pensions CommitteeIntroduced
2019
HB 350
Hannegan, Tom;
Greg Razer;
Kip Kendrick;
LaDonna Appelbaum;
Crystal Quade;
Modifies provisions relating to unlawful discriminatory practices
2019-05-08, House: Public Hearing Completed (H)Introduced
2019
SB 136
Sifton;
Requires every individual who is 17 years or older and is arrested for a felony offense to provide a biological sample for DNA profiling. Creates a procedure for certain persons who have had their samples collected to request expungement.
2019-01-24, Senate: Second Read and Referred S Judiciary and Civil and Criminal Jurisprudence CommitteeIntroduced
2019
HB 166
McCreery, Tracy;
Judy Morgan;
Changes the laws regarding unlawful actions by persons knowingly infected with communicable diseases
2019-04-16, House: HCS Reported Do Pass (H)Introduced
2019
HB 167
Rehder, Holly;
Phil Christofanelli;
Modifies provisions regarding unlawful actions by persons knowingly infected with communicable diseases.
2019-05-06, House: Placed on the Informal Third Reading Calendar (H)Perfected
2019
HB 127
Miller, Rocky;
Warren Love;
Phil Christofanelli;
Jack Bondon;
Dave Muntzel;
Changes the laws regarding the parental notification required for a minor to obtain an abortion.
2019-02-14, House: Reported Do Pass (H) - AYES: 7 NOES: 2 PRESENT: 0Introduced
2019
HB 208
Razer, Greg;
Tom Hannegan;
Kip Kendrick;
Martha Stevens;
Matt Sain;
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.
2019-05-08, House: Public Hearing Completed (H)Introduced
2019
HB 339
Schnelting, Adam;
Ben Baker;
Doug Richey;
Jeff Shawan;
Randy Pietzman;
Establishes the "Pain Capable Unborn Child Protection Act"
2019-02-19, House: HCS Reported Do Pass (H)Introduced
2019
SB 172
Schupp;
Jamilah Nasheed;
Bars discrimination based on sexual orientation or gender identity
2019-01-31, Senate: Second Read and Referred S Small Business and Industry CommitteeIntroduced
2019
HB 147
Ellington, Brandon;
Repeals provisions that prohibit students who are unlawfully present in the United States from receiving postsecondary education public benefits.
2019-05-17, House: Referred: Higher Education(H)Introduced
2019
HB 202
Shull, Noel J;
Allows individuals age 60 and over to vote absentee without providing a reason.
2019-04-18, House: Referred: Rules - Legislative Oversight(H)Introduced