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1998 House Roll Calls
(05/15/1998): House 3rd read to establish a presidential primary in Missouri.
SS HCS HB 1038
(05/15/1998): House 3rd read legislation to restrict utility companies from selling appliance sales or services.
SS HCS 1891
(05/15/1998): House 3rd read the final version of legislation to hold a statewide vote on concealed weapons.
HS SB 619
(05/15/1998): House 3rd read the final version of legislation to allow requiring reformulated gasoline in the St. Louis area.
SCS HCS HB 1536
(05/15/1998): House 3rd read a bill to facilitate revoking or restricting the driving licenses of physically impaired persons.
HS SS SB 596
(05/15/1998): House 3rd read a bill to toughen the penalties for animal abuse.
CCS SB 781
(05/15/1998): House 3rd read the St. Louis and Kansas City school desegregation bill to assure continuation of some desegregation funds after the court orders are terminated.
CCS SB 632
(05/14/1998): House 3rd read the final conference report on the proposal to expand Medicaid coverage for children.
HS SS SB 781
(05/11/1998): House 3rd read the St. Louis and Kansas City school desegregation bill to assure continuation of some desegregation funds after the court orders are terminated.
CCS HB 1011
(05/07/1998): Adoption of the conference report for the Social Services budget that includes funds for family planning that could go to Planned Parenthood.
HS SCS SB 722
(05/06/1998): House 3rd read a Senate bill to require insurance companies cover the losses in domestic violence cases.
SS HCS HB 1519
(05/05/1998): House 3rd read and send the governor a bill to establish funding for public schools to provide day care services.
HS SS SB 632
(05/04/1998): House 3rd read of a Senate bill to expand Medicaid coverage for children to parents with incomes up to 300% of the federal poverty limit.
HSA 1 HA 1 HS SS SB 632
(04/30/1998): Amendment to the child health bill to allow Medicaid coverage for children of parents up to 300% of poverity.
HCS HB 1891
(04/29/1998): House 3rd read of a bill to allow a statewide vote on letting private citizens carry concealed weapons.
(04/29/1998): House 3rd read a bill to give the Health Department more power over food posioning emergencies.
(04/28/1998): H 3rd read a bill to provide tax credits to parents for costs of daycare and tax credits to businesses providing daycare services.
HCS HB 1736
(04/27/1998): H 3rd read of a bill that would allow private organizations manage the financial accounts of welfare recipients.
(04/21/1998): House 3rd read of bill to set up a pilot Internet voting project for voting in some areas by military overseas (after defeat of the bill a few days earlier was reconsidered).
HCS HB 1684
(04/21/1998): H 3rd read a bill to provide a means for parents to get background checks on daycare workers.
HCS HB 1536
(04/20/1998): House 3rd read of a bill to make it easier to suspend or restrict the license of a physically impaired driver.
HCS HB 998
(04/16/1998): House 3rd read a bill to require parental permission to tattoo or body-pierce a minor.
(04/16/1998): House 3rd read of a pilot project to allow Internet voting in a fed selected areas by military serving outside the state.
HS HB 1405
(04/16/1998): House 3rd read of the bill to allow indefinite civil commitment of violent sexual offenders.
HA 13 HS HB 1674
(04/15/1998): A House amendment to a business tax-cut bill that would exclude retail stores from the TIF tax-break law.
HS HB 1441
(04/08/1998): House 3rd read of a bill to ban partial birth abortions.
HCS HB 1038
(04/07/1998): House 3rd read a bill to restrict utility companies from selling or leasing applicances or providing appliance repair services.
HS HB 1070
(04/01/1998): House 3rd read of a bill to require health insurance to cover up to 48 hours of hospital after a mastectomy.
HCS HB 1143
(04/01/1998): House 3rd read of a bill to impose an extra tax on cell phone use to finance a 911 service for cell phones.
HA 1 HS HB 1441
(04/01/1998): Amendment to the partial-birth abortion ban bill to make an exemption to the ban for cases involving the health of the mother.
HS HB 1441
(04/01/1998): House perfection of a bill to ban partial-birth abortions.
(03/26/1998): House 3rd read of a bill to raise the penalty for violation of a zoning ordinance.
(03/26/1998): House 3rd read of a bill to let local government to exempt groceries from any local tax.
(03/26/1998): House 3rd read of a bill to allow state funds to be appropriated for Head Start.
HS HB 1412
(03/25/1998): House 3rd read of a bill to have the state open its managed health care system to small businesses and farmers.
HCS HB 1315
(03/12/1998): House 3rd read of a bill to require health coverage plans to cover annual pap smears, prostate, pelvic and colorectal exams.
(03/12/1998): House 3rd read of a bill to impose an extra tax on Missouri wine to fund programs to promote Missouri wine.
HSA 1 HA 4 HCS HB 1010
(03/11/1998): House Amendment to provide $14 million for family planning infrastructure development by local government health agencies.
HS HB 1095
(03/05/1998): House perfection of a bill to expand the state's Sunshine Law requiring government meetings & documents be open to the public.
HS HB 1147
(03/03/1998): House 3rd reading of a bill to impose tougher penalties for possession and sale of methamphetamine.
HCS HB 1519
(03/02/1998): House 3rd reading of legislation to earmark some riverboat gambling tax money for daycare services by local public schools.
HCS HB 1519
(02/17/1998): Perfection vote on legislation to provide gambling tax money to finance daycare services by local public schools.
(01/19/1998): Resolution to repeal the Tax Commission's action raising the assessment levels for agricultural property.
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