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1999 Senate Roll Calls
SS HS HB 427 (09/16/1999): Senate vote to override the governor's veto of the bill to ban partial-birth abortions.
CCS SB 19 (05/14/1999): Final Senate vote on the conference version of a bill to extend auto license periods and impose restricted driving rights on teenage drivers.
CCS HB 852 (05/14/1999): Final Senate 3rd reading vote of a bill to allow the seek civil commitment of prior sex offenders who have been released from prison.
CCS SB 308 (05/14/1999): Final Senate 3rd reading of a bill to boost the retirement benefits of state workers and legislators without the extra benefits for senior legislators.
CCS SB 326 (05/13/1999): Final Senate vote on the conference report for a bill that would allow use of the sales tax to protect homes from decling resale values.
CCS HB 490 (05/13/1999): Senate 3rd reading of the final conference version of the bill to require registration and background checks of daycare center workers.
CCS SB 294 (05/12/1999): Senate final 3rd reading vote on a bill to repeal the requirement for motorcycle riders above the age 20 to wear helmets.
SA 2 SS HCS HB 889 (05/12/1999): Amendment to a school-reading program bill to prohibit social promotion in school, requiring minimum reading skills for promotion.
SA 1 SSA 1 SA 33 SS HS HB 516 (05/12/1999): Amendment to the tax-cut bill to provide a tax exemption for the costs paid for the costs of public or private school, up to $2,500 per kid.
CCS SB 65 (05/11/1999): Final Senate 3rd reading of a bill to boost the retirement benefits of state workers and legislators.
SCS HCS HB 60 (05/07/1999): Senate 3rd reading of a special license plate bill that includes a "Respect Life" license plate for those who contribute to abortion alternatives.
SA 9 SS HCS HB 516 (05/10/1999): Amendment to the House-passed tax-cut bill to provide a tax credit for contributions to pay the scholarship for a private or parochical school.
SA 3 SS HCS HB 516 (05/10/1999): Amendment to the House-passed tax-cut bill to provide a credit for costs to parents for meeting a school dress code.
SS HB 65 (05/05/1999): Senate 3rd read of a retirement bill that includes retirement increases for legislators and cuts the number of years service required for legislative retirement pay.
SA 4 SS HB 65 (05/05/1999): Senate amendment to a retirement bill that would stop awarding pensions to future legislators.
CCS HB 348 (05/05/1999): Senate 3rd reading of the final conference version of a bill to require registration of child sex offenders.
SS HS HB 427 (05/04/1999): Senate 3rd reading of a bill to ban partial birth abortions, a vote held after the conclusion of a 50-hour filibuster.
SA SS SS HCS HB 427 (05/03/1999): Senate amendment to the House-passed bill to ban partial birth abortion that would exempt from the ban cases involving the health of the mother -- an exemption demanded by the governor.
SSA 1 SA 1 SS HCS HB 427 (04/29/1999): Senate amendment to give the physican more discretion in the bill banning partial birth abortion.
SCS HCS HB 814 (04/27/1999): Senate 3rd read of a bill to impose a special fee to sell cigarettes in Missouri by any firm that has not entered the national tobacco settlement agreement.
SA 2 HCS SCS HB 814 (04/28/1999): Senate amendment that would prohibit private attorneys hired by the attorney general to get any funds resulting from the tobacco settlement unless approved by the legislature.
SCS SB 392 (04/26/1999): S 3rd read a bill to provide restricted driving licenses for those between the ages of 15 to 18.
SCS SB 328 (04/20/1999): Expand the state's hate crime to cover sexual orientation and disabilities, imposing stronger penalties for violence against selected categories of people.
SSA 2 SA 2 SCS HCS HB 10 (04/19/1999): Toughen the language in the Health Department budget to further restrict Planned Parenthood from getting state family planing funds.
SA 2 SSA 2 SA 2 SCS HCS 10 (04/19/1999): Toughen the language in an amendment to the Health Department budget to further restrict Planned Parenthood from getting state family planing funds.
SA 1 SCS HCS HB 2 (04/14/1999): Senate amendment to the education budget to require the Education Dept. establish a transitional school district in St. Louis in order to get a $13 million funding item.
SS SB 373 (04/14/1999): Senate 3rd read of a bill to legalize off-track betting parlors on horse races.
SS SB 19 (04/13/1999): Senate 3rd read of a substitute bill that would allow auto registration and safety inspections be done every two years rather than every year.
SS SB 373 (03/31/1999): Senate 3rd reading of a bill to legalize off-track, paramutuel betting on horse races.
SCS SB 322 (03/25/1999): Senate 3rd reading of a bill to expand enforcement of daycare center regulations.
SA 2 SSA 2 SA 3 SB 288 (03/24/1999): An amendment to let Missouri voters decide whether government keeps the tobacco settlement money or whether it is covered by the Hancock refund provisions.
SS SB 335 (03/22/1999): Senate 3rd read of a bill that would judges more discretion in drug and other offense sentences.
SB 20 (03/09/1999): Senate 3rd read a bill to allow use of the property tax to protect the re-sale value of homes.
SCS SB 308 (03/03/1999): Senate 3rd read a bill to boost the retirement pay of government workers including legislators.
SB 294 (03/02/1999): Senate 3rd read of a bill to exempt those over age 20 from the state law requiring motorcycle riders to wear helmets.
SS SB 266 (03/01/1999): Senate 3rd Reading of a bill to reinforce the state's ban on same-sex marriages that had been struck down by the courts.
HCS HCR 6 (01/28/1999): Senate adoption of an amendment resolution to reject the Salary Commission's proposal for judicial pay hikes.
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